Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Basepoint Plc LSE:BNT London Ordinary Share GB0007381295 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 14.75p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate - - - - 0.00

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Basepoint Daily Update: Basepoint Plc is listed in the Real Estate sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BNT. The last closing price for Basepoint was 14.75p.
Basepoint Plc has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
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sandbank: TOPVEST: Certainly hope you are right about the company coming back up. I'm not so sure about the "veiled profit warning". If you believe BNT's directors this problem at Farnham seems to have come upon them fairly suddenly On June 28th I could see the share price slipping and asked the company what was going on. David Boakes Director of Finance & Operations told me "I am not aware of any particular factor which is influencing the share price". On July 15th BNT's chairman Lord Lifford told the AGM "I believe that we are moving ahead satisfactorily with our strategy on all fronts and whilst uncertainty still exists on timing of new centre development contracts I am confident that prospects for the medium and longer term remain highly positive" The CEO Rob Cleaver says this is the first time they've lost a significant sum in pre-contract expenditure. They try to balance risk and cost but say that waiting until a contract is actually signed before before they spend any money is often just not practicable in many cases. On this occasion BNT considers it was let down at the worst point of cost exposure. Anyway the share price has recovered a bit today so hopefully the bad news is now history.
sandbank: I think today's debacle is very much a personal kick in the teeth for the BNT CEO who'd had a lot to do with setting up the Fareham deal. When this gets aired again in the papers tomorrow morning it'll put more downward pressure on an already weak share price. Seems to me the management have brought this on themselves by writing big development cheques before having the title deeds to the land. They need a more professional approach rather thana "let's wing it and hope for the best" attitude.
mainsail: This must make BNT vulnerable to takeover . It's got all the classic ingredients. A naff board, plenty of assets and a depressed share price.
sandbank: £400k written off because the plug was pulled on the Farnham development plus loss of revenue etc. The weak share price for the last month and the sales on Friday were straws in the wind - someone knew! This disaster ought to be weatherable for BNT as part of the risks of the game - just so long as they took every step they could to protect the company against such losses and took action to mitigate them when they became inevitable. Whether they did is open to question. They should certainly not get this far into any project without having guarantees to protect the company against potential losses. After all this isn't roulette. There must be a head to roll at BNT for this. Someone somewhere at the negotiating end has failed to keep the sellers sweet and allowed another party to creep in with a better offer - no doubt gazumping BNT. The RNS is a bit delphic - we could do with more detail - and some resignations. Meanwhile NAV per share is still around 180p so long term this will climb back.
sandbank: BIG FARMER: Far from dipping my toe - I think I've stubbed my toe on this one. I can only conclude there must be something nasty in the woodshed for the decline to continue like this. I was told by the company today that the Chairman will issue a statement on 15 July when the AGM is to be held but that they are "not aware of any particular factor which is influencing the share price". What's your guess - if I may ask?
simonevans: Basepoint are looking strong following strong results. Innovation centre concept seems to be successful and company making slow, but steady progress. With net assets over £1.60 the share price probably has relatively little downside. Any views on this company for the rest of the year?
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