Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bateman Litwin N.V. LSE:BNLN London Ordinary Share NL0000683829 EUR0.10
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 2.90p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil Equipment Services & Distribution 409.3 -31.7 -32.3 - 3.31

Bateman Litwin Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/10/2010
10:07
any holder here, results end of the year
m w
04/11/2009
18:47
Its not all doom and gloom we still get a dividend
m w
04/11/2009
10:23
match bargain - bargain if your buying i guess
bottompicker
03/11/2009
19:40
That's it then, all over. Kept hold of mine as selling them would of only just covered the broker charges. Shafted yet again as a PI. Is there a chance they will trade again on the LSE in the future. There is always the match bargain, 100p each if anyone wants them :(
spudders
30/10/2009
13:52
If i had any money i would be topping up
m w
28/10/2009
15:05
Anyone still holding ???
spudders
25/10/2009
10:40
Got mine but didn't vote,
m w
23/10/2009
15:16
just read that 99% shareholders agree to delist ?? I did not see my voting papers,held by crest , anyone else in the same position ? how do they make it 99% ??
broshm
15/10/2009
14:40
its basically saying, well we will own 75% so we are going to delist. Everyone else can kick and scream, but if we get 75% of the vote, then so long suckers. Its going to deliberately drive down the price of the shares so that other share holders may only leave at a very low price. Meanwhile, it intends to keep a hold of all the remaining shares, which it believes is worth much more, and buy up the remaining shares from other people at knock down prices. Dont like that? tough! I just wonder if I can keep a hold of these for a very very long time? But i suppose they will use other methods to dilute my shareholding and steal the company off the current shareholders.
bottompicker
15/10/2009
14:05
Very poor advert for AIM I agree
pelleeds1980
15/10/2009
13:13
This an effing disgrace and the Stock Exchange as the appropriate regulatory authority for AIM stocks should be doing something about it. Reasons are stated by others above. The majority shareholder has proposed the "delisting", so will that majority shareholder vote its shares in favour of that "delisting" ? There is case law stating that an independent vote should take place and the majority shareholder cannot "steamroller" the resolution through by using its votes. Cannot remember the name of the case, but it was a Scheme of Reconstruction under the old section 206 Companies Act. Lord Templeman (then a High Court judge) ruled that the majority shareholder could not vote in the same meeting as the other, independent shareholders. Why isn't this applicable here - I bet the resolution would be passed on that basis and the majority shareholder should act responsibly and offer a fair price, instead of this "squeeze" of all us mugs left as remaining shareholders. Where is the Stock Exchange doing (or nor doing) its job ?
ivyeileen
14/10/2009
10:54
The morticians are busy in the background :-)
simon gordon
14/10/2009
10:32
well no movement today, no trades either - all quiet before the storm and all that. Wonder which way this is going.
bottompicker
13/10/2009
09:47
Agree BP I thought this was dead and buried still holding onto mine to see whats in store
pelleeds1980
13/10/2009
09:45
This is wierd. It has trebled in a week? I am getting suspiciuous that a) the company will change its mind about the delisting b) a bid will be made at around the 15p level. Either way, the handy fall in the shares gave some the chance to buy at daft prices.
barnetpeter
11/10/2009
18:21
I'm new to this stock. Can someone explain what has happened with this stock, why hasn't it recovered during 2009? Most businesses have recovered in part. Has it lost substantial business during 2008? Obviously its turnover doubled in 2008. Cash flow looks depressing and will remain critical!! What are its chances of recovering? Thanks
bicc
11/10/2009
16:41
BP - Still in & down 80+%, held since 2006. Like you sitting and waiting but feel well shafted. Good luck with your other investments :)
spudders
09/10/2009
12:01
Im still in, down over 50% so ive written it off, now I am sitting back waiting to see what happens next.
bottompicker
08/10/2009
15:58
Some real scope for a quickish 100% return on these. I shall not be taking part in this gambling venture. Good Luck to whoever is suicidal enough. P
phatprofit
07/10/2009
20:00
You need a lot of shares to buy the coffin in the header. This company is dead and buried, any paper held is going to be entombed for good.
simon gordon
07/10/2009
19:20
"I think if you can afford to buy now and leave for a few years, you should make a tidy return." andypace - I think you have lost the plot.
drewz
07/10/2009
17:35
If you buy now and leave for a few years , you will be left with paper , so why not just go out and buy as many rolls of Andrex as you can afford.
jotoha2
07/10/2009
15:11
I think if you can afford to buy now and leave for a few years, you should make a tidy return. I've bought a few in a SIPP which I'll leave. I feel sorry for existing holders though, they have been well and truely shafted and the exit price doesn't represent any sort of realistic value.
andypace
07/10/2009
15:08
Disgraceful eh, lets see how low this can actually go
pelleeds1980
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