Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
B.S.D Crown Di LSE:BSD London Ordinary Share IL0010830219 ORD NIS0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.75p -6.86% 23.75p 23.00p 24.50p 23.00p 23.00p 23.00p 5,000 16:35:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 37.6 -3.0 -3.2 - 26.12

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B.S.D Crown Di Daily Update: B.S.D Crown Di is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BSD. The last closing price for B.S.D Crown Di was 25.50p.
B.S.D Crown Di has a 4 week average price of 23p and a 12 week average price of 23p.
The 1 year high share price is 25.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 23p.
There are currently 109,990,252 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 28,657 shares. The market capitalisation of B.S.D Crown Di is £26,122,684.85.
jimboyce: Willi has an $84m market cap. BSD also has cash that hasn't been taken. I think BSD OWNS 60% of Willi.So say $84m at 60%= $50m @ 1.34 exchange rate = £37m, plus cash, lets just say £20m = £57m. BSD market cap is today £27m. Therefore on this calculation the BSD share are valued at roughly half of what they could be.
ragewarrior: Great the new director was previously with the Titanic, should be at home here looking at the Share Price...
gclark: One of the things you need to consider is that people try to take 'control' of this company, and its cash, or not its cash, or whatever assets there are, or whatever protection they may seek from being asked to return cash, or ..... with 50% of the company, or sometimes less, normally through other companies. Ownership and control is very difficult to follow. Somebody appears to have been able to make use of the cash with less than 50% voting rights, perhaps, allegedly. So when people multiply up and say at this share price the company is worth amount 'X' you do need to ask yourself, OK, so why isn't this person paying X for the full company? Perhaps they want 'control' of the above at a lower price, and you need to ask how the company can actually be worth X. But I have sold, so we shall see what happens. The one thing that I can understand is the desire of Willi people to get Willi Foods clear of all the shenanigans, perhaps, allegedly, and confusion of BSD, so that is why they wanted the shares. IMHO
grahamburn: Bit late in the day, but hardly unexpected! Anyone who has joined the tender offer has my sympathies if the company are successful.
gclark: in the left column on that page - it says 'search BSD' and then 'share price information ... etc ' - click the last on the list 'Tender Offer'
jimboyce: Sorry, forgot to mention that the share price of willi foods international owned by BSD is at an all time high. This also has not been taken into account. My view is the shares in BDS are currently worth at least £1.40 a share.
cjohn: Hi Landsker, You are right. The perception is that something fraudulent must have occurred. But unfortunately, it's just as likely that cretinous banking decisions were made. The recent resignation of the FD is compatible with either possiblity. Ironcially, BSD's holding of the Willi-Food business should underpin BSD's share Price.
waterloo01: Does this free the share up/underpin price? Limits what Gurtovoy can do with the company (good thing?). Also makes it more likely that they will find a way to free up the cash as a divi (he retains ownership and as such any dividends). Note: "Unless otherwise agreed upon and/or determined by way of a binding court ruling, BGI and BG Alpha will be able to sell the Company Shares, in whole or in part, and the Trustee will be required fully and immediately to co-operate in the necessary fashion to effect this, provided always that (i) the price of the proposed sale is not less than the average share price of the Company for the preceding 30 days trading and (ii) the net consideration received from the sale is directly transferred to the account of the Trustee and used to repay the Secured Amounts.
hugepants: I think this is potentially a good move for BSD shareholders. Willi-Food International (WFI) is stuffed full of cash and investments and the value of WFI is certainly not being reflected in the BSD share price. So WFI making an acquisition using its cash or shares may be no bad thing. And remember BSD still has approx 35p a share in net cash as well as WFI.
sladdjo: Interesting situation - balance sheet too difficult for me to read but looking at shareholders equity, our value has decreased from $137.5m at 30/6/14 to $127.4m at 30/9/14 (including above mentioned goodwill - whether it is worth that value of not, I'm not sure.) However, most of this is due to adverse affects on ILS/USD x-rate, as its down ~10% over the period. Since then its down another 5%, so should see worse results again at full yr. We know the underlying WILC still trading profitably, and mgmt making an effort to buy back shrs there, which they believe are undervalued. So we can see that mgmt are concerned about the share price and generating returns for the end shareholders, which are two companies above us. Hopefully with the annual report we'll get a split of the consolidated statements and the company statements and can get a better view of the cash that BSD directly owns. Our direct owner, BGI, share price is down by ~2/3's over the past yr as, iirc, they've got a mountain of debt that needs to be serviced and BSD is their main asset, so they must be concerned about our share price but even more about our ability to pay dividends and let them service their debt. Always the chance that they may need to sell a few shares to service the debt in the absence of divi's, but doubt that they'd sell them at ~ 20p after buying them at 75p less than 1yr ago. AS others have said, Eyal mentioned that BSD doesn't want to buy back shares at present as it would require BGI to make a bid for all the company and I'm not sure that they have the cash to do so (always a chance of a shrhlder loan to them from Granovsky, but with Ukraine in its current state he might not have much spare cash or, if he does, presumably there are lots of cheap assets in Ukraine?) However, there must be a strong likelihood that we start to get divis relatively soon, for BGI's sake if nothing else.
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