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|Bought a few of these this mornIng. Financials, business and short term outlook seem favourable to me and better share liquidity may encourage more people in when the full year results are announced. British Bulls have them as a buy on the charts this morning.|
|Cabot Aviation renamed Air Partner - HTTP://www.airpartner.com/en/press-releases/cabot-aviation-renamed-air-partner/
Cabot Aviation, a division of Air Partner plc and a leading aircraft remarketing agent, will be renamed Air Partner with immediate effect.
Air Partner acquired Cabot Aviation in May 2015 and the re-branding is a natural progression in the integration process, reflecting the success to date. Post acquisition, Cabot has been able to offer its clients the benefits of Air Partner’s PLC status (the group is fully listed on the London Stock Exchange), financial strength, culture of best practice corporate governance, financial transparency, international office infrastructure and global supplier network.
Cabot Aviation will become part of Air Partner’s newly-formed Aircraft Remarketing division, holding responsibility for all Aircraft Remarketing (commercial and private), Dry Leasing and ACMI within the Air Partner group globally. The division will continue to operate out of Air Partner’s head office in Gatwick along with its offices in the USA and Singapore, and there will be no change to day-to-day activities.
Commenting on the re-branding of Cabot Aviation to Air Partner, Tony Whitty, Managing Director at Cabot Aviation, said: “The integration of Cabot into the Air Partner group has gone extremely well, and we believe the time is now right to take the Air Partner name and brand. Since the acquisition, we have gone from strength to strength, winning a number of blue-chip customers, and we are now looking to further build on this as Air Partner.”
Mark Briffa, CEO of Air Partner plc, added: “We have been pleased with Cabot’s performance since they came on board back in 2015, and they have become an integral part of the Air Partner family. This move is the next logical step for us as we grow our brand and extend our customer offering in line with our strategy to build a world-class aviation services group.”|
|Just more irrelevant and dull inanity!|
|"You better cut the pizza into four pieces because I'm not hungry enough to eat six".
That seems to be the most relevant old saying here, Masurenguy.|
|Stop bickering you too please!! I keep getting alerts to read it all!
Things are running well here, let's just enjoy it.
|Just another piece of irrelevant nonsense. For every Buy there has to be a Sell on any stock that is listed. The purpose of the split was to improve liquidity and subsequent trading volumes have demonstrated that this objective has been very successfully achieved, as I originally pointed out in post #166.
There is an old saying that when you have dug yourself deeply into a pit then you should stop digging but commonsense like that obviously passes right over your head !|
|M - taking the information in your posts:
The average daily volume prior to the split was 9,489 but over the past week it has increased by 1240% to 117,660
No. of shares sold daily prior to the split 9489/2 = 4,745
No. after the split = 117,660/2 = 58,830
Ergo, more of your fellow holders are selling post split than pre split.
Perhaps you could explain the irrationality and incoherence. The previous lack of substantiation was because it seemed bleeding obvious.|
|You evidently belong to the Trump school of epistemology. You make an irrational statement which, when challenged, cannot be substantiated and so you just respond with obfuscation or denial. You clearly have a very incoherent perspective on things!|
|M - all the evidence you need is in your posts. Wake up man.|
|http://www.warrenbuffett.com/the-reason-buffett-hasnt-split-berkshire-hathaway-stock/For many years, Warren Buffett has argued that lower share prices would bring about a lot of short-term, speculative trading to the stock of his company. In a Warren Buffett biography titled The Snowball, Alice Schroeder, the author, chronicled why Warren Buffett the Oracle of Omaha was strongly against splitting the stock."I don't want anybody buying Berkshire thinking that they can make a lot of fast money," said Buffett to Alice Schroeder. "They're not going to do it, in the first place. And some of them will blame themselves, and some of them will blame me. They'll all be disappointed. I don't want disappointed people. The idea of giving people crazy expectations has terrified me from the moment I started selling stocks."|
|Obfuscation instead of evidence. Daily volumes relate to both Buys and Sells. Once again - please substantiate your claim that "More of your fellow holders decided to sell since the split M."|
|M - ?
You quoted the daily volumes - I took you at your word.|
|"More of your fellow holders decided to sell since the split M."
Really - please provide the actual evidence to substantiate that claim!|
|More of your fellow holders decided to sell since the split M. This is good? Why?
Buffett refuses to split Berkshire shares as he wants long term holders. He knows what he's talking about.|
|As expected, the share split has had a very substantial impact on liquidity after the completion of the first week of trading. The average daily volume prior to the split was 9,489 but over the past week it has increased by 1240% to 117,660 and the spread is also smaller. A very good decision by the BoD.|
|Hardly a morsel of meat on the bones of that Trading Statement. Was it worth them bothering? At least they did say results will be 'in line'.|
|RNS Number : 8103V
2 February 2017
Air Partner plc
Air Partner, the global aviation services group, is today releasing a Trading Statement following its financial year end. Trading in the second half of its financial year ended 31 January 2017 has remained in line with expectations. The acquisition of Clockwork Research Limited, a leading fatigue risk management consultancy, announced on 13 December 2016, has been well received by clients and the integration is progressing well. The Group continues to assess investment opportunities, both organic and acquisitions, in line with its stated strategic objective to become a world class global aviation services group. A detailed update on business performance will be provided with the full year results which are expected to be released on 27 April 2017.|
|RNS Number : 5079V
Air Partner PLC
31 January 2017
COMPLETION OF SHARE SPLIT
Further to the announcement on 27 January 2017, Air Partner plc ("the Company") confirms that the share split of the share capital of the Company (the "Share Split") where each ordinary share of 5p each in the share capital of the Company is split into five new ordinary shares of 1p each ("New Ordinary Shares") has become effective and that the Official List of the UKLA has been amended to reflect the Share Split.
Following the Share Split, the share capital of the Company consists of 52,217,565 ordinary shares of 1p each. The total number of voting rights in the Company is therefore 52,217,565 which is the figure that should be used by shareholders as the denominator for calculations to determine whether they are required to notify their interest in the Company under the FCA's Disclosure and Transparency Rules.|
|on 12.1.17 they had them at £3.92m EPS 37.53p
Now as you say £5.06m but assume havn't updated EPS which I make should be 48.467p
which would bring the P/e ratio to just over 10|
|Anyone any ideas on what their PBT and EPS likely to be this coming y/e?|
|LBO - I make that 10.|
|At least the Company has performed well enough to be able to do a stock split! I think its a good move as well.|
|I think the stock split is a good move by the company. The lower price will make the shares appear more affordable to private investors, there will be more available to buy and sell and it will reduce the actual financial spread which can put people off from investing in a company. The directors would not bother to do this if they did not think it would be a good move for the company.|