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Mosman Oil & Gas – are the Kangaroo shagging rampers insolvent yet?

Tom Winnifrith Wednesday 28 January 2015

 

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Aussie based AIM casino listed Mosman Oil & Gas (MSMN) shares were at one stage last year ramped up to 45p on the back of some fairly “aggressive” claims about drilling success. They are now just 4.875p after interim results beg the question of whether this business is insolvent yet? 

The Nomad who signed off on the preposterous claims made by Mosman last year is ZAI Corporate Finance which normally specialises in backing China frauds like Naibu (NBU) but I guess it also has time for Mosman.

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