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Ivanhoe Energy Inc T.IE

Sector: Energy | Sub-Sector: Oil & Gas E&P
Alternate Symbol(s):  IVAN | T.IE.DB

Ivanhoe Energy, Inc., is an international heavy oil development and production company. It is focused on pursuing long term growth in its reserve base and production using advanced technologies, including its HTL Technology.
Price: $0.70 Volume: 61,647
Change: $-0.06 % Change: -7.89%
Day High/Low: 0.73/0.63 52 Week High/Low: 6.09/0.52
Last Traded: December 19, 2014 10:36 Transaction Volume: 47
Open: 0.70 Previous Close: 0.76
Bid: 0.66 Ask: 0.74
Bid Size: 1000 Ask Size: 6500
Market Cap: 11.5m Shares Out: 16.4m
PE Ratio: N/A Dividend Yield: N/A

Latest Bullboard Posts

  • RE:The Financing and the potential Bankruptcy

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    When I brought up a max chart I see it goes to minus 25 cents a shares Does this mean shareholders can end up owing money?

    2.5 stars


  • The Financing and the potential Bankruptcy

    5 stars

    Some posters here claim that Ivanhoe will go broke, but this might not happen if the oil price turns upward soon, according to this...

    2.5 stars


  • liquid

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    I doubt it goes bankrupt, however maybe Freidland picks it up for the money he is owed .. All assets are his except Ecuador..

    2.5 stars


  • Liquidation

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    Wonder how much bond holders will get.  I bought some around 17. Hopefully get around 10. See they are halted now

    1.5 stars


  • It's bankrupt!

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    This type of announcement is always the first bit of communications leading to the end of a company. Next step, it violates the covenant,...

    3 stars