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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Alexon Group LSE:AXN London Ordinary Share GB00B28Y7M80 ORD 12.5P
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00 +0.00% 2.83 0.00 0.00 - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 135.9 0.1 0.6 5.0 4.13

Alexon Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/10/2011
20:35
Can't disagree Bob, the outcome wasn't unexpected, but it wasn't tidy either.touch2002
29/9/2011
18:46
Goodnight Midnight.dugganjoe
29/9/2011
12:41
There goes Alexon - now a private company.bobcomins2
29/9/2011
08:26
Looks like Sun European going to Buy the company.bobcomins2
29/9/2011
08:04
Is that it then - someone will get the good brands very cheaply. Cant understand why they havnt negotiated reduced payments or installments for rents etc earlier in the year. Also why spend money on new offices?bobcomins2
28/9/2011
00:27
quarter rent day on 29th septdugganjoe
22/9/2011
14:02
never went. Whichever you choose...hillwalker2005
22/9/2011
13:47
hillwalker...you're back inside knowledge? Or do you mean some analysis?fiftha
21/9/2011
12:08
A lesson in how not to run a business.Was a holder but could see what was coming so took the loss.Check out how recently a fund raising was arranged,how the funds were spent and the current status.addict
21/9/2011
12:06
As per usual looks like some inside knowledge...hillwalker2005
21/9/2011
11:54
anotheronebitesthedust....deanroberthunt
20/9/2011
07:45
Formal sales process? And pray, who will pay the wages and the quarterly rent on the 29th of September? The only onese who buy this kind of thing are Hillco and they come in after administration - check out Woolworths, ripdugganjoe
20/9/2011
06:58
Missed this bit "Indicative proposals to acquire the issued share capital of the Company were requested by Friday 16 September and as at that date one such proposal was received which the Board is currently reviewing before determining the next stage of the sale process. This proposal is at a significant discount to the current share price".fiftha
20/9/2011
06:39
After the market closed yesterday, Alexon put out a depressing statement, which essentially means 'we are bust'. "the Group is currently operating with limited headroom against its existing facilities and accordingly there is a clear requirement for additional funding in the short term as it enters the seasonal peak in working capital requirements. In the light of this, the Company has also invited and received indicative proposals to acquire one or more of the Group's brands or provide alternative debt financing from a number of trade and financial parties. These proposals are currently being considered by the Board and the Company's advisers". So, no Rights issue and no help from Barclays.fiftha
11/9/2011
18:58
I see that the Independent, who broke the story recently I think, have listed the potential bidders for Alexon. All the private equity firms listed are outfits which buy assets from banks at a discount. There will be nothing left for ordinary shareholders. The shares are worthless I reckon.fiftha
05/9/2011
11:45
Yes, a real shame. All that money raised has not helped enough. You make an interesting point on the joint staffing - Eastex is the only business with a decent franchise - but split out it would be less profitable than I had thought.fiftha
05/9/2011
11:32
FifthA, it will certainly be tough for Jane and the team to pull a deal off, not least since their concessions are often jointly-staffed (making splitting out one of the better brands, Eastex perhaps, much harder). Shame really given the heritage.touch2002
05/9/2011
07:18
Profit warning...new funds or bust. Can't see anything other than a nominal price for the shares being paidfiftha
02/9/2011
13:25
Are'nt the rents due this month on all their shops etc? or is it October? Could be interesting.bobcomins2
21/8/2011
23:03
FifthA - would agree with you. Holding stock over 1yr old at a blended 35% discount feels too light regardless of the market climate. Assuming there is little value to their stock over 18 months old (its been through two 'sales'), they would seem to be placing only a very slight discount on the 12month old element. Also feel the risk for this business is in the stock figure - too large a requirement for cash out each season vis a vis the amount of 'profit' they make. Not a holder, but would short if I could. touchtouch2002
21/7/2011
08:35
not impossible that its been caused by the dumping of 5m shares by the Pru. Either way, agree 5p placing looks like on the cards. May even have to be lower.hillwalker2005
21/7/2011
08:14
looking like a 5p placingdeanroberthunt
13/7/2011
11:43
Agree, but it requires investment, so can't go it alone. And they have been de-listed, or many of their brands have, from important Wholseale internet players such as John Lewis. No escape through the virtual portal I'm afraid.fiftha
13/7/2011
10:10
AXN have a lot of retail business in Ireland and Irish retail is still in the middle of a mud slide. Can't be good. I was looking/waiting for a turnarond story here but it doesn't look like it's going to happen imo. They should push the internet harder!simon42
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