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IFN, INFIGEN ENERGY
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In Reply To: grahamj's post @ Jun 20 2011, 08:36 AM

wow, nearly a decade since people sensibly didn't comment on this plaything.
Takeover offer at 80c may put it away, or even a second bidder emerge?




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In Reply To: goann's post @ Jun 20 2011, 07:26 AM

English I believe. At least that is where their main activity is. I can only assume they see the potential for renewables in to the future. Disappointing IFN didn't make the Solar Flagship grants final stage. A bit of a set back. However they may be best served by not over reaching on the spending front and consolidating with the sale of the German wind farms & debt reduction.



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The children's fund increased their percentage last week.....still think they have something up their sleeve to continue buying in.... are they an American organisation?

 
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In Reply To: hungry's post @ Apr 12 2011, 05:43 AM

There is also the solar flagship project that is to be announced for final funding in July that may add to momentum when the time comes. When funding was pulled IFN fell to as low as 28c. To move through to the next level beyond the 50c some good news and results are required for buyers to get excited.
Separately all renewable energy producers are hampered by the wait for carbon pricing. Threats by LIB/NATS to trash it if in government only damages investment and value to renewable investment.
All movement towards the carbon price should n theory at least lever IFN in the right direction.



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It has strong resis at the 49/50 lev.
That is the first target for me. The next lev can't be determined, untill that first has had a chance for reaction.

 
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Yes Interesting & how far will it go??



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Childrens fund News today....buying more....ah, they definately did not pull out as was thought,again interesting indeed


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hungry
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It's looking good now for a bounce.
Huge vol Friday with follow through today.
Strong buy depth. No strong resis till the 50c area.

 
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Think something is going on single large buyers in today.... at the moment someone happy to buy 500,000 at 31c...and tha market is happy to sell

 
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In Reply To: goann's post @ Mar 14 2011, 02:44 PM

He has been at that post filling in & is now regular. interesting in usa after the Japan earthquake renewables rising . It is a logical result no doubt. Meanwhile it is less dramatic but While Polluters can go on unchecked then renewables like IFN are less able to compete. Burning coal is cheap and nasty & the real cost is not direct. The sooner the consequences are accepted the govs. & people & action is taken the sooner investment will flow to that sector.



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