Highlights
KLSE : CLIQ-WA       CLIQ ENERGY BERHAD-WA 13/16
Last Price Today's Change   Day's Range   Trading Volume
0.12   0.00 (0.00%)  0.115 - 0.12  4,518,300

Overview

Board:Main Market
Sector:SPAC
Avg Volume (4 weeks):5,515,645
4 Weeks Range:0.115 - 0.16
52 Weeks Range:0.095 - 0.375
Average Price Target:-

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angct1028 TP 0.20
27/03/2015 23:19
aliimam good luck
28/03/2015 06:24
seanteoh Depressed Crude Oil Prices Keep the Oil Rig Count Down
WTI crude oil price and rig counts
Although the current rig count indicates a production lag, it’s important to keep in mind that the number of active oil rigs loosely follows prices. Oil producers tend to only increase the number of active rigs if crude oil prices make production profitable.
When prices increase, rig additions may accelerate. When prices fall, rig additions may slow down. For the number of oil rigs to fall or show a clear downward trend, crude oil prices need to fall to levels that make drilling unprofitable. Although this kind of fall rarely happens, it does occur, as we saw following the 2008 financial crisis.
29/03/2015 12:49
seanteoh Yellen in SF, oil trade gets messy & biotechs hit a bump: What to watch
The sudden bump higher in crude-oil prices (CLK15.NYM) in response to air strikes in Yemen and generally growing strike in the Middle East gave only the mildest lift yesterday to energy stocks.
This is partly because the sector had outperformed nicely the day before in a weak tape. But it also suggests that stock investors surveying this sector refuse to extrapolate a geopolitically driven price hike as a real recovery trend for oil.
The Market Vectors Oil Services ETF (OIH) is just about the rawest nerve in the stock market when it comes to responding to signals about crude oil prospects. It has lost a third of its value over six months, but zooming in more recently it has stabilized.
The oil-services trade remains a messy one. Everyone well knows the abundance of oil hunting for storage, the soft demand picture in the emerging world, the fragile finances of many leveraged North American producers, the steady stream of secondary stock offerings from cash-strapped energy companies and the headwind of a stronger dollar.
And yet the stocks are trying to find their footing. They’ve incorrectly front-run a sustainable recovery in crude prices before in recent months. At some point they’ll probably get it right.
29/03/2015 12:52
kt888 88 Drop till 0.135sen. buy or sell?
31/03/2015 16:26
camel buy at 0.13
01/04/2015 19:45
CLIQmanagement getting lower and lower.. 0.125..
im disappointed.
03/04/2015 10:25
Kah Kit Putt stop wasting time in this counter, better to shift your money to other counters
05/04/2015 23:13
Kah Kit Putt going back to 0.110 soon, regret that didn't give up the whole lot last month when trading at >0.170
07/04/2015 21:58
albert63 better sell off and change to orther counter
10/04/2015 08:50


 

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