Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bwa Group LSE:BWA London Ordinary Share GB0004368980 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p - - - - - - - - -
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 0.00

Bwa Group Share Discussion Threads

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23/3/2012
08:10
...is this the BWA associated with ZYZ?
haff1
06/4/2010
17:40
Listing was delayed but finally opened on 31st March @ 0.75p. No trades to date so can't say what the future holds. We just wait and see
osammyboy2
21/1/2010
19:44
Funding to list on Plus. Open Offer 2 new shares for every 1 held. An excess aspplication also available and can apply for as many a s you like subject to scaleback. All at 0.5p per share. Apply by 1st Feb to be approved at AGM on 4 Feb. Anybody got any details what the new investment is?
osammyboy2
21/1/2010
19:44
Funding to list on Plus. Open Offer 2 new shares for every 1 held. An excess aspplication also available and can apply for as many a s you like subject to scaleback. All at 0.5p per share. Apply by 1st Feb to be approved at AGM on 4 Feb. Anybody got any details what the new investment is?
osammyboy2
21/1/2010
19:42
Funding to list on Plus. Open Offer 2 new shares for every 1 held. An excess aspplication also available and can apply for as many a s you like subject to scaleback. All at 0.5p per share. Apply by 1st Feb to be approved at AGM on 4 Feb. Anybody got any details what the new investment is?
osammyboy2
02/6/2004
07:40
Am I wrong in thinking that they were to be buying into a much larger company (reversing) and changing their name?
giwalker
01/6/2004
16:54
They have been amalgamating shares and I believe will go for a listing on one of the smaller exchanges soon. I have got the precise details somewhere, but that is the general gist of it.
marquis
01/6/2004
09:04
Anyone any information on what the latest position is on this one? Gordon
giwalker
31/12/2001
09:28
Indeed Blair and his Chancellor of lean mind are both hell bent on destroying this country. As if stealth taxes (not least the very punitive IR35) and some mis-guided social agenda are not enough, they both then set about giving assurances which simply fail to translate into anything tangible. So I agree, get these useless incompetents out of office. Now IDS has the reins of opposition, I know where my vote will be going. I now bitterly regret voting for "New" Labour and will not repeat my mistake. I sincerely hope others follow. Has anyone any news on BWA? Any likely bidders, even? Will the break-up value exceed it's debts? If so, I wonder what the per-share settlement will be?
nscooper
20/12/2001
10:43
GLMORRIS, Unfortunately, these days you may be right.
marquis
20/12/2001
00:49
Marquis, BWA's problems went far deeper than the direct effect of Sept 11th.
kblux
20/12/2001
00:44
The collapse of British World Airlines shows to everybody who has any sense that Tony Blair and the Labour party are hypocrites. Whilst in the United States, President Bush has backed his words with money and helped save the airline industry from a short term problem caused by September 11, Tony Blair's words are cheap. Words are cheap in the House of Commons Tony. You can look tall and talk big in there. This airline has been going for over 40 years, struggling along the best it can do and it has a short term funding problem caused by two businesses going broke creating £1 million bad debt it can't handle. (see there own press release). The Government announces that it is going to helpthe airline industry as British World Airlines goes into receivership. TONY BLAIR: "Listen to my words but don't watch my hands as I don't give the money to help." TONY BLAIR YOU ARE A HYPOCRITE AND A CHEAP SKATE.
marquis
20/12/2001
00:43
The collapse of British World Airlines shows to everybody who has any sense that Tony Blair and the Labour party are hypocrites. Whilst in the United States, President Bush has backed his words with money and helped save the airline industry from a short term problem caused by September 11, Tony Blair's words are cheap. Words are cheap in the House of Commons Tony. You can look tall and talk big in there. This airline has been going for over 40 years, struggling along the best it can do and it has a short term funding problem caused by two businesses going broke creating £1 million bad debt it can't handle. (see there own press release). The Government announces that it is going to helpthe airline industry as British World Airlines goes into receivership. TONY BLAIR: "Listen to my words but don't watch my hands as I don't give the money to help." TONY BLAIR YOU ARE A HYPOCRITE AND A CHEAP SKATE.
marquis
19/12/2001
19:42
Tory Blair plays in the longest runing farce in the west end. But it has taken four and a half years for a lot of people to realise the facts. Better late than never I suppose! The only honest politician is a dead one.
glmorris
19/12/2001
19:29
Never heard of BWA, where did they fly from/to? Andy.
ahkeen
19/12/2001
13:03
Yes they had problems, but if you read the press release you will see that a short term cash flow problem, caused by September 11, creating £1 million bad debt through two customers going to the wall, wasthe last straw. It annoys me that a washed upGovernment can waste £ 1 billion on that Dome and a airline that has been going and struggling for over 40 years has gone to the wall, when Tony and his Cronies throw more money to save the Dome, but can't spare a few million to help British World Airlines and save 340 jobs.
marquis
06/8/2001
15:41
Interesting development. On the 3rd August somebody sold 6000 BWA shares at 1.325p. That is nearly a 7% rise in the share price. So those of who took up the rights issue are showing a 'theoretical' small profit! Comments? http://www.888options.com/store/free_lit.jsp http://www.ricegroup.com
marquis
25/7/2001
12:07
The rights issue has taken place. Will BWA start showing a profit? Will BWA Group shares reach the 'heady' heights of 12p a share that they were when the shares were subscribed for approximately two years ago? Any comments?
marquis
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