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Chairman interview 

On the back of a recent client request our IGTV team sat down with Jamie Boyton, chairman of Capital Drilling, to discuss recent earnings and their longer term business plans, dividend strategy, and future outlooks. Jeremy also takes a look at recent price action and any potential trading opportunity, whether you think that's a buy, hold, or sell.

 

Fundamentals and Financials

You can also review important financials for Capital Drilling, as well as things like IG client sentiment, trade activity, and future events on our Market Analysis pages. You need to have an IG account (or demo) and be logged in to see these up to date figures, along with relevant Reuters news stories. You can see a snippet of these below. 
 


BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 31 December 2018, Capital Drilling Ltd revenues decreased 3% to $116M. Net income increased 48% to $7.7M. Revenues reflect a decrease in demand for the Company's products and services due to unfavorable market conditions. Net income reflects FV Adjustments of Financial Investments decrease of 87% to $47K (expense), Interest Income increase from $200K to $401K (income), G/L on Invest. HFS.


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2019-03-28 10_33_42-Trade Capital Drilling Shares _ Capital Drilling Share Price _ Capital Drilling.png

 

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