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Southern Pacific Resource Corp T.STP

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas E&P
Primary Symbol: STPJF

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Volume: 0 | Day High/Low: N/A/N/A | 52 Week High/Low: 0.38/0.005
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Account Close out

It still trades as STPJF on the otc, check level II above. must be brokers closing out accounts for clients but not sure who or how the buy side is set up. Anyone out there that could explain. more
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RE:RE:RE:Tax loss

I agree and I will change the book value to $0.00 till the bank removes from my account after the Courts sell the final piece.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Tax loss

birdie, how can it not be done? There is no other option, I'm claiming a loss as well....  rate and reply
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RE:Tax loss

I`m just going to claim the loss, CRA can see it is delisted so unable to sell .Change the book value in your brokerage account to $0.00 ( at April 30 or when you file ) and if for some reason it more
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RE:Tax loss

Seems to me you have to get a statement/letter from your broker to the effect that the company is defunct.  rate and reply
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Tax loss

Just wondering if I have to take any steps to claim a capital loss on Southern Pacific. Appreciate any thots.  Thanx  rate and reply
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WTI vs. Brent spread

Are you guys seeing this? I never thought that I'd ever see Brent get as clobbered over the past couple of weeks.  rate and reply
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RE:its done.

How is TD Securities boost the price target for STP ?....  rate and reply
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its done.

I will be very ticked if Koch oil sands comes out ahead by picking up the debris.............  rate and reply
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RE:RE:pwc update

Senlac is only doing 600 BPD, so I don't think CNQ offered very much in their October 20th proposal. The only good thing I see is that 5 guys at McKay get to keep their jobs. Two shifts of more
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RE:pwc update

Look at Page 3 item 1.7 it`s done, take the loss.  rate and reply
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pwc update

Looks like they sold Senlac and there will definitely be no money for unsecured or even 2nd lien holders.  McKay is still hibernating so who knows if and when they'll be able to sell more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:from price waterhouse

Everything will be fine if your expectations have been lowered to zero return and a capital loss available -- assuming you don't have it in a registered account.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:from price waterhouse

they should get what they can and then pay out equal percentage to everyone...I think all we need to do is pray, and everything is gonna be just fine.... :(  rate and reply
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RE:RE:from price waterhouse

nothing said re:debs, but shareholders last on long list . But only small pile of money :(  rate and reply
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RE:from price waterhouse

Did he happen to say anything about the debentures?   rate and reply
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from price waterhouse

Regarding your inquiry on Southern Pacific, unfortunately I don't have a whole lot to report back to you. The company is still in receivership with PwC as the Receiver Manager. We expect more
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Byron Lutes

Looks like good old Byron found himself a VP job at Koch, and coincidently enough he's incharge of acquisitions and divestitures.  5 bucks says they were the highest bidder for STP and more
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RE:RE:RE:account shows money ...?

there was a big sale/purchase in July as well (lol not that this one was big ;))... just curious, those are just mistakes?...  rate and reply
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RE:RE:account shows money ...?

who would be interested in buying shares of STP at 0.01...even if it's only a 100....  rate and reply