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Tullow Oil Share Price (TLW)

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Price 231.00on 20-04-2018 at 16:30:00
Change -0.60 -0.26%
Buy 231.60
Sell 231.30
Buy / Sell TLW Shares
Last Trade: Sell 66,218 at 229.935p
Day's Volume: 11,709,538
Last Close: 231.60p
Open: 232.00p
ISIN: GB0001500809
Day's Range 227.80p - 232.90p
52wk Range: 142.30p - 236.60p
Market Capitalisation: £3,210m
VWAP: 230.542p
Shares in Issue: 1,390m

Recent Trades History Tullow Oil (TLW)

Buy/Sell Volume Trade Prc Trade Type Trade Time
Delayed publication
17:57:10 - 20-Apr-18
Delayed publication
17:51:28 - 20-Apr-18
Delayed publication
17:54:56 - 20-Apr-18
Sell*59,526231.0017:15:21 - 20-Apr-18
Sell*6,595230.9918:38:20 - 20-Apr-18
Sell*6,332231.35417:43:06 - 20-Apr-18
Sell*60,328230.61217:41:24 - 20-Apr-18
Sell*48,925230.83317:37:31 - 20-Apr-18
Sell*9,814231.37717:37:27 - 20-Apr-18
Sell*329,674230.27117:24:46 - 20-Apr-18

Share Price History for Tullow Oil

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Date Open High Low Close Volume
6th Apr 2018 (Fri)203.10204.90200.20204.506,240,130
5th Apr 2018 (Thu)197.85205.40196.80193.159,143,969
4th Apr 2018 (Wed)191.60194.90187.600.007,505,509
3rd Apr 2018 (Tue)192.95195.40189.60196.006,179,212
2nd Apr 2018 (Mon)
30th Mar 2018 (Fri)190.55194.50190.15189.102,177,640
29th Mar 2018 (Thu)190.55194.50190.15189.102,177,640
28th Mar 2018 (Wed)194.00194.00188.60195.857,996,203
27th Mar 2018 (Tue)195.60200.20193.20191.807,027,250
26th Mar 2018 (Mon)195.60197.75191.20195.056,414,289
23rd Mar 2018 (Fri)188.65195.35185.30189.757,883,703
22nd Mar 2018 (Thu)193.95198.95186.85194.7011,277,465
21st Mar 2018 (Wed)187.50194.85185.80187.3510,541,045
20th Mar 2018 (Tue)183.60188.15183.00182.558,520,342

TLW - Tullow Oil Investor Summary

Tullow Oil PLC is easily one of the largest independent exploration and production companies in Europe with numerous global operations under their control – including those in Europe, South America, South Africa and Asia. As a whole, the Tullow Group holds over 90 operating licences in 23 countries and produces the equivalent of 70,000 barrels of top quality oil per day. Their aim for the near future is to expand their operations and as such they have recently drilled and explored over 100 wells, many of which are in the countries of Uganda and Ghana. 2007 saw the companies biggest discovery to date in Ghana which helped to increase their sales revenue by 10% and their operating cash flow by 6%.

Tullow Oil PLC also has a vested interest in the gas market and used 2008 to explore the gas-field developments of India. They are hoping to expand their operations in this field over the coming years and this can only help to benefit shareholders. The company currently has a good balance of gas and oil assets in both established and developing markets and they plan to expand their exploration efforts at the same time as increasing their production output. The first half of 2008 saw a sales revenue increase of 33% when compared to the first half of 2007 and similarly the profit before tax increased by over 180%. This all means that the share price of Tullow Oil PLC has stayed stable and healthy even with the unpredictable oil market.

News about Tullow Oil (TLW)

UK Shares Trending Higher

News - Friday, March 17, 2017

The FTSE 100 continued to trend upwards on Friday, putting the FTSE 100 on track to close at a new record high - although it is still short of Thursday’s intraday high. The biggest rise was RBS, who gained 2.3 percent, following upbeat comments from Natixis....

FTSE Hits 3 Week Low on Weak Chinese Data

News - Tuesday, May 03, 2016

The FTSE 100 fell to a three week low after Chinese factories shrank for what was the 14th consecutive month, leading investors to lose faith in the health of the global markets. Jasper Lawler, of CMC Markets, noted that UK investors have once again followed the mantra of “Sell in May and Go Away”, coming back from the Bank Holiday Weekend to shed assets. The markets have just recovered from the weak start to the year, but that recovery is now halting because of the seasonal weakness that tends to happen in May....

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