|18 Nov 2014||exel||in some haste, del:
- even a token dividend re-introduction would naturally be most welcome;
- but possibly even more important, a clear statement of broader intent towards divs going forwards, something they have so badly mis-managed to this point;
- some commentary on the likelihood of hitting of the CGH deal guarantee (2 year period ends 31/12/14);
- solid financial progress in ALL the... read more...|
|18 Nov 2014||gwatson56||Anything north of 1p EPS will be a cracking result. I am unsure on how the Bluesky full year monies (I believe paid in this reporting period) are reflected in the accounts. I suppose I am looking for the mists to clear and an easily understood report, and I hope that a small interim divi (does not have to be much) is declared. Odds are though sub 1p EPS, a report that I find complex yet... read more...|
|18 Nov 2014||del44||So, anybody care to have a guess at what may come out with next week's results?
Anybody expecting an interim dividend?
Anybody got any ideas as to what we should look out for?
What would be a positive for you guys/gals? read more...|
|Fri 08:41||del44||hTTp://www.aastocks.com/en/stocks/news/aafn-news/NOW.639132/1 read more...|
|Fri 16:21||del44||In June the World Bank said China was undergoing structural changes as the "drivers of economic growth continued to shift from manufacturing to services on the supply side, and from investment to consumption on the demand side." read more...|
|18 Nov 2014||txi||Excel
May all your wishes come true!!
I've got the same list! read more...|
|17 Nov 2014||lexus880||hope we get something to give us hope before 6p is insight read more...|
|16 Nov 2014||del44||This was the projections for FGIH prior to the sale...
Fortune's gas assets posted a pre-tax profit of £7 million (HK$87.73 million) in this year's first half and £18 million last year.
Fortune has agreed to compensate China Gas on a dollar-for-dollar basis if the net profit of the gas assets is less than HK$200 million next year (2013), or if it is less than HK$400 million in 2014. This... read more...|