Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cable&Wire Com LSE:CWC London Ordinary Share GB00B5KKT968 ORD USD0.05
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 74.60p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Fixed Line Telecommunications 1,181.9 -0.7 6.5 9.8 3,258.87

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31/5/2016
11:21
sharw: goodman - if you did not sell your CWC shares before they were delisted and if you did not elect for one of the alternatives you will receive the standard which is: for each CWC Share: 0.00830064 New Liberty Global Class A Ordinary Shares and 0.02032149 New Liberty Global Class C Ordinary Shares and the Special Dividend. As I pointed out before you cannot receive a fraction of a share and brokers vary as to whether they keep any compensation for a fraction or pass it on to you. The 'A' and 'C' shares are traded on NASDAQ under tickers LBTYA and LBTYK and last closed at $37.31 and $36.13 So, if you had 1000 CWC you will now have 8 LBTYA and 20 LBTK worth $1021.08 (about 70p per old CWC share). You can check the latest price here: http://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/lbtya hTtp://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/lbtyk
30/5/2016
19:24
goodman: sharw your 1594 post, 234 pages of ifs and buts that has got my mind going around and have now to admit defeat, so the question is what was the $ price arrived at and the price of the cwc share,if you accept the offer of A & C shares.
31/3/2016
14:11
sharw: Like djwr100 I sold out last year as I did not want to wait 6 months for non-LSE traded shares. Since then the CWC share price has tracked the shares it will convert into, usually one or two pence below. I see that the scheme document has now been published and so, as promised, the equivalent value of a CWC share is being published on a daily basis (78.53p for the basic offer as at last night's close).
23/11/2015
07:46
skinny: Offer Update Recommended Acquisition of Cable & Wireless Communications Plc ("CWC") by Liberty Global plc ("Liberty Global") On 16 November, 2015 the Liberty Global Directors and the CWC Directors announced that they had reached agreement regarding the terms of a recommended acquisition through which Liberty Global will acquire the entire issued and to be issued share capital of CWC (the "Offer Announcement"). Illustrative calculations of Exchange Ratio and Alternative Exchange Ratio CWC intends to provide CWC Shareholders with illustrative calculations of the Exchange Ratio and the Alternative Exchange Ratio on a weekly basis until the Scheme Document is posted to CWC Shareholders, and on a daily basis (on business days only) thereafter, in each case until the Exchange Ratio Calculation Time. Accordingly, CWC announces today details of the Exchange Ratio and the Alternative Exchange Ratio as if the Exchange Ratio Calculation Time were 23 November 2015. CWC Shareholders should note that this is for illustrative purposes only and that the Exchange Ratio Calculation Time is not, and will not be, 23 November 2015. The Exchange Ratio Calculation Time, and accordingly the Exchange Ratio and the Alternative Exchange Ratio, will be determined as described in the Offer Announcement and as will be set out in the Scheme Document. CWC Shareholders are advised to read the Scheme Document carefully once it has been despatched, which is currently expected to be within 4 months of the date of the Offer Announcement. Illustrative calculations as at 23 November 2015 If the Exchange Ratio Calculation Time were 23 November 2015 (being the date of this announcement), under the terms of the Transaction, the Exchange Ratio and the Alternative Exchange Ratio would be calculated such that: · under the Recommended Offer, CWC Shareholders would be entitled to receive, for each CWC Share, 0.008301 New Liberty Global Class A Ordinary Shares and 0.020321 New Liberty Global Class C Ordinary Shares, as well as the Special Dividend; · under the First Dual Share Alternative, CWC Shareholders would be entitled to receive, for each CWC Share, 0.005593 New Liberty Global Class A Ordinary Shares, 0.013693 New Liberty Global Class C Ordinary Shares, 0.002343 New LiLAC Class A Ordinary Shares and 0.005739 New LiLAC Class C Ordinary Shares, as well as the Special Dividend; and · under the Second Dual Share Alternative, CWC Shareholders would be entitled to receive, for each CWC Share 0.004601 New Liberty Global Class A Ordinary Shares, 0.011265 New Liberty Global Class C Ordinary Shares, 0.002343 New LiLAC Class A Ordinary Shares and 0.005739 New LiLAC Class C Ordinary Shares, as well as the Special Dividend. At such illustrative Exchange Ratio and Alternative Exchange Ratio: · the consideration under the Recommended Offer would represent an indicative value of 81.03 pence per CWC Share (including the Special Dividend and using the Closing Price of Liberty Global Shares on 20 November 2015); · the consideration under the First Dual Share Alternative would represent an indicative value of 75.86 pence per CWC Share (including the Special Dividend and using the Closing Price of Liberty Global Shares on 20 November 2015); and · the consideration under the Second Dual Share Alternative would represent an indicative value of 66.54 pence per CWC Share (including the Special Dividend and using the Closing Price of Liberty Global Shares on 20 November 2015), based on the following: · the Closing Price of $42.79 per Liberty Global Class A Ordinary Share on 20 November 2015; · the Closing Price of $40.86 per Liberty Global Class C Ordinary Share on 20 November 2015; · the Closing Price of $37.81 per LiLAC Class A Ordinary Share on 20 November 2015; · the Closing Price of $38.27 per LiLAC Class C Ordinary Share on 20 November 2015; · a volume weighted average price of $43.86 per Liberty Global Class A Ordinary Share over the 10-day period ending on and including 20 November 2015; · a volume weighted average price of $42.08 per Liberty Global Class C Ordinary Share over the 10-day period ending on and including 20 November 2015; · an exchange rate of 1.5194 USD per 1 GBP; · as at the close of business on 20 November 2015, CWC had 4,438,594,233 shares in issue and outstanding on a fully diluted basis; · the assumption that no CWC Shareholders who elect for the Recommended Offer also elect for the LiLAC Alternative. Capitalised terms used but not otherwise defined in this announcement shall have the meanings given to them in this Announcement.
18/11/2015
10:41
loganair: I hope I haven't missed the boat, as I was out yesterday morning I put a 'Limit' Sell of 80p. The price reached 79.8p which I would have been extremely happy to have sold out at. I can only keep my fingers crossed there will be a spike up in the share price for me to get out as well.
17/11/2015
08:09
loganair: Currently the CWC share price is the take-over price without the 3p Special Dividend.
17/11/2015
00:05
sharw: This is going to get complicated folks: "Under the Recommended Offer, which shall be subject to the Conditions and certain further terms set out in Appendix I to this announcement and to be set out in the Scheme Document, CWC Shareholders shall be entitled to receive, for each CWC Share: • a number of New Liberty Global Class A Ordinary Shares as determined by the Exchange Ratio, such number not to be lower than 0.007921 and not to exceed 0.008301; and • a number of New Liberty Global Class C Ordinary Shares as determined by the Exchange Ratio, such number not to be lower than 0.019391 and not to exceed 0.020321. CWC Shareholders who validly elect to receive the Recommended Offer and who are on the register of members of CWC at 6 p.m. (London time) on the Business Day immediately prior to the Effective Date will also be entitled to receive the Special Dividend". "As part of the Recommended Offer, Liberty will propose a LiLAC Alternative which will allow CWC Shareholders who are entitled to the Recommended Offer to elect to receive New LiLAC Ordinary Shares by reference to the LiLAC Exchange Ratio up to their pro rata entitlement (against their/ holdings of CWC Shares) of the New Liberty Global Ordinary Shares to which they would be entitled under the Recommended Offer. Any such election will be subject to being scaled down a nearly as reasonably practicable pro rata to the size of such elections for the LiLAC Alternative an the size of elections made for either of the Dual Share Alternatives. If any such valid elections for the LiLAC Alternative are made, the entitlement to receive LiLAC Ordinary Shares under the Dual Share Alternatives will be scaled down as nearly as reasonably practicable pro rata to the size of such elections for the LiLAC Alternative and the size of election made for either of the Dual Share Alternatives, such that those CWC Shareholders electing for the Dual Share Alternatives would receive fewer New LiLAC Ordinary Shares and a greater number of New Liberty Global Ordinary Shares, by reference to the LiLAC Exchange Ratio. The LiLAC Alternative will not be available to shareholders who elect for the First Dual Share Alternative or the Second Dual Share Alternative". Can I plead (probably falling on deaf ears but there is always hope) that this board is not overwhelmed by multiple "what does it all mean" or "what if I elect for X" posts. If you don't want to receive Liberty Global class A or C shares and/or LiLAC shares then just sell CWC before the deadline.
16/11/2015
21:39
darias: The Liberty Global Directors and the CWC Directors are pleased to announce that they have reached agreement regarding the terms of a recommended acquisition through which Liberty Global will acquire the entire issued and to be issued share capital of CWC. -- Under the terms of the Transaction, the consideration for CWC will comprise up to approximately 31.7 million Liberty Global Class A Ordinary Shares, 77.5 million Liberty Global Class C Ordinary Shares, 3.6 million LiLAC Class A Ordinary Shares and 8.9 million LiLAC Class C Ordinary Shares. In addition, CWC will pay a special dividend in the amount of 3.00 pence per CWC Share upon closing (the "Special Dividend"). -- The aggregate consideration under the Transaction, taking into account the Special Dividend, represents a value for CWC's entire issued and to be issued share capital, as at 13 November 2015, being the last practicable date prior to this announcement, of approximately GBP3.60 billion,(1) based on 4,438,594,233 CWC Shares in issue and to be issued on 13 November 2015, being the last practicable date prior to the date of this announcement, and the Exchange Rate. The aggregate consideration implies a value of 81.04 pence per CWC Share, representing a premium of approximately 40 per cent. to the Closing Price of 58.00 pence per CWC Share on the 21 October 2015 (being the day immediately prior to the Announcement of a possible offer by Liberty Global for CWC). The actual value received by each CWC Shareholder will depend upon whether CWC Shareholders elect for the Recommended Offer, the LiLAC Alternative or one of the Dual Share Alternatives (details of which are set out in this announcement) and the relevant price of Liberty Global Shares.
03/11/2015
15:41
loganair: I'm still here from the original Cable and Wireless days, just after the share price collapse from £12 odd to just under £2.
20/7/2012
07:38
billytkid2: Deutsche Bank take: Q1 trading in line with FY outlook CWC group trading in the quarter to June is in line with the outlook indicated at FY 11/12 results (i.e FY 13 EBITDA similar to FY 12 and c$60m lower capex). We expect no changes to DB/consensus estimates. This is reassuring and should help CWC shares consolidate and improve upon recent strong performance (+20% since end-May). We reiterate our Buy rating and TP (60p). Commentary now more holistic than prescriptive on individual businesses CWC now guides at group rather than on individual business units. As highlighted in our preview note, this substantially reduces the prospect for a numeric or commentary surprise given the diverse portfolio of CWC assets. Observations around trading are less wordy than usual but not unhelpfully so. Clear positives (Macao, Bahamas, M&I and Jamaica) Macao continues to trade strongly. Though not immune, CWC has likely seen limited impact from slowing visitor growth and commentary may indicate higher elasticity post recent inter-operator tariff cuts. BTC (Bahamas) is running ahead of plan with solid progress in financial performance. Regulatory change in Jamaica is described as a 'breakthrough' and CWC has seen an 'early pickup' in mobile customers. M&I is trading in line on an underlying basis. Less supportive (tough Caribbean and Panama markets) CWC flags continuation of voice declines across the group (no surprise) and is working to mitigate through cost reduction especially in the Caribbean and Panama where market conditions 'remain tough'. Panama lost 571k or 26% of mobile customers in the quarter due to promotional activity but maintained revenues. We note that the Co lost similar subs (c500k) in Q1 last year. There may have been a margin impact but likely offset by higher margin data growth. The Enterprise pipeline is still 'healthy' but remains slow to produce new deals. Unhelpful (forex impact at M&I) M&I headline performance (underlying is in line) is impacted by euro weakness (-2% vs USD since FY results, impacting 9% and 46% of Group and M&I revenues respectively). We further note that the Seychelles currency (7% of M&I) has depreciated by 5%. GBP (24% of M&I) has been broadly flat. Conditions for further stock appreciation remain in place Our note on 16 June post a US roadshow with mgt flagged that more (and perhaps sufficient) conditions for better CWC share price performance were now in place. No change in outlook is reassuring given Caribbean macro and competitive pressures elsewhere. Continuation of 'no change' should be positive for CWC shares which look cheap (
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