Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Atlas Estates LSE:ATLS London Ordinary Share GB00B0WDBP88 ORD EUR0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 86.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 37.5 -50.6 -92.2 - 40.53

Atlas Estates Share Discussion Threads

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18/5/2010
15:41
This smells a bit. An offer at less than 50% nav from a company connected with the property management company. The board consider it a fair offer and unanimously recommend it to shareholders, yet the only director who owns any shares is not intending to accept the offer himself. I have never seen that before even on AIM. They have got 63% acceptances so far (56% plus 7% committed). They always had 26% and acquired 14% from CVW (7% plus 7% committed), which equals 40%. It looks to me as if the other 23% was held by two Cypriot companies, Lockerfield and Finiman that are connected with each other. Probably just coincidence that Fragiolig is also a Cypriot co. I wonder what Livermore (21%) are going to do. If they sell then us poor squeezed PI's may as well give up as well.
steve36
19/4/2010
22:33
Yes as you say. Apparently: "The Offer provides Atlas Shareholders with an opportunity to realise their investment in Atlas for cash at a price that fully reflects the future prospects of the business." 90p - there is no way that 90p fully reflects the future prospects! The board better put up a fight.
sammu
15/4/2010
11:23
Has the feeling of a typical AIM major shareholder steal to me.
spectoacc
14/4/2010
21:25
90p my ar*e! With a non adjusted NAV of about 213p. Adjusted NAV is 260p. They might have had a chance if they had gone for say 130p. (still too cheap) I assume it is Livermore, but there are a few other significant shareholders. Maybe this is an opening salvo. Or maybe they want to put it into play to see if anyone will turf up to pick it up for a decent price. Livermore valued Atlas at an impaired rate of euro2.07 in their interim results, since when things have usefully improved: http://www.livermore-inv.com/documents/Final_Interim_statements_June_09.pdf
sammu
14/4/2010
14:27
LIV trying to get them on the cheap I presume.
spectoacc
15/3/2010
13:46
Great move up, anyone in?
qs9
17/9/2009
08:44
off topic but take a look at wner (Warner Estate) Also news today... http://www.propertyweek.com/story.asp?sectioncode=297&storycode=3148891&c=1
scruffydave
07/1/2009
07:38
i am confussed by the egm statement that was posted after the market close. can anyone tell me what the rns means??
gekko3
17/11/2008
16:46
i think the 9 month report gives some ground for optimism for those prepared to wait but the share price decline is major concern
cnx
08/10/2008
14:13
i imagine the problems are (1)the due dates or roll overdates for the bank loans. anybody got a feel for what is due in next 12 months? (2) vacant sites/voids as tenants fail do they have a realisation plan or are we looking at rental income and "ad hoc" sales
cnx
08/10/2008
09:10
charlatan - there is your 75p - last figures show NAV of over £200m , and it has a cap of £30m at this level - if they survive the credit problems they must be a real bargain - any chance they will not?
sscrabble
24/8/2008
17:17
The graph here is indicating a fast nosedive to 120p, i will be a heavy buyer at 75pence, once i have aquired my shares i shall let you no hopers know so as you can share in my success.
charlatan7
24/8/2008
17:15
cash outflow and passed divi... bad news.... "As a result, the Board has decided not to declare any dividend for 2008, believing that it is more prudent to invest" .Strange way of showing confidence imo. George
meadow50
15/8/2008
01:03
interim results seem sound and there is air of confidence for the future
cnx
18/5/2008
13:50
their ability to refinance and obtain additional funds for current plans is essential anyone has thoughts on recent 1/4ly report
cnx
18/5/2008
13:50
their ability to refinance and obtain additional funds for current plans is essential anyone has thoughts on recent 1/4ly report
cnx
29/3/2008
01:12
yes i hold ddc and dtr as well it was the very positive content and detailed report i really liked
cnx
28/3/2008
10:49
ddc yields 13.5%
isa23
28/3/2008
02:05
i consider the detailed annual report positive and it indicates a sound base for future income and asset growth.the yield at todays rate of exchange is 7.8%
cnx
03/3/2008
11:33
Editted - Wrong thread.
aleman
03/3/2008
09:04
Yes fine results though not any buyers.. maybe the spread's putting them off.
hectorp
03/3/2008
08:11
Nice results today excellent increase in NAV.
rogerbridge
14/2/2008
13:48
Adjusted Nav £4.29 as at 30.06.07. Results in April I think, should update NAV, hopefully a bit higher. There may be some clues in the Warsaw prospectus that is available on their website. At 490 pages I haven't had a proper look at it yet.
sammu
12/2/2008
20:11
Looks good so far, big blip today, still a discount to NAV is it not?
qs9
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