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88 Energy Ltd (LON:88E, ASX:88E) needs investors to be patient as it waits to get back to business at Project Icewine in Alaska. (1-0)
88 Energy Limited (LON:88E, ASX:88E) has updated investors on the Icewine project, in Alaska, as it released its most recent quarterly activity report. (1-0)
88 Energy Ltd (ASX:88E,LON:88E) is one of the most active stocks on the ASX this morning with 15 million shares changing hands. (1-0)
88 Energy Ltd (LON:88E, ASX:88E) has shut-in the Icewine-2 well for the winter, anticipating a new programme starting in April or May 2018. (1-0)
88 Energy Ltd (ASX:88E,AIM:88E) is the most active stock on the ASX in morning trade, and within the first 45 minutes, 46 million shares have changed hands. (1-0)
88 Energy Limited (LON:88E, ASX:88E) said it is ready re-start flow testing its latest well on Alaska’s North Slope as it confirmed it had increased its landholding in the area.
88 Energy Ltd’s (LON:88E, ASX:88E) interim results statement give investors very little in terms of new information as the operational hiatus in Alaska continues.
88 Energy Limited (ASX: 88E; AIM: 88E) ("88 Energy" or "the Company") is pleased to announce its interim results for the half year ended 30 June 2017.
Coming mid-way through a thoroughly communicated hiatus in the Icewine-2 well programme, 88 Energy Ltd’s (LON:88E, ASX:88E) quarterly activity report was largely an obligatory box-ticking exercise – nonetheless, the explorer was able to remind investors of its notable cash buffer.
As 88 Energy Ltd’s (LON:88E,ASX:88E) Icewine-2 well programme is undergoing a six-week hiatus, the explorer is now undertaking an analysis to determine what the findings-to-date mean for the chance of success in the HRZ shale play.
The ASX 200 resisted the pull higher from Asia as it eased 2.7 points to 5,762.40 with the rise of the Aussie dollar to a two-year high holding back the big export-led stocks.
The ASX 200 was down 9.6 points at 5,775.5 at midday with large-cap Telstra Corp (ASX:TLS) falling 1.5%, continuing last week’s slide.
The ASX 200 built on Thursday’s impressive gains to open 9.2 points to the good at 5,746, defying predictions that it would in fact lose ground.
The ASX 200 (XJO) rebounded early on, tracking Wall Street, which was heartened by dovish comments by US Federal Reserve chair, Janet Yellen in testimony to Congress.
The ASX 200 opened the session in negative territory (down 15.8 points 5713.10), tracking the US market, which was unsettled by the unfolding Trump junior email scandal.
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