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|Decided to start a thread under the new name, feel free to join and comment:-
I guess the sort of things that I mentioned in post 325. Oil rigs are still being laid off across the world and there appears to be a possibility of morer consolidation in the oil services industry.
|Anybody know why the share price is going down every day lately? Is there any news that I am not aware of?|
|Good call Linhur - If I didn't work full time I would go to small stock AGM like Carrs. The stock price is weak but a decent business imo|
I attended AGM couple of weeks ago.
Board seemed they could cope with all the twists and turns that could happen in the near future like dairy industry turmoil, oil prices dropping for their oil deliveries and general oil malaise affecting their engineering side with the latest acquisition solely in that area. Fortunately they only paid 50% of purchase price (£2.75m)upfront. Also moving site to new factory north of Newcastle this year.
Rumour in Sunday papers about Sellafield management being changed next year which might delay orders for Bendalls.
I think I will wait for interims before thinking about further investment.
|Very short video. Looking for a decent entry point on CRM
|and the share split was meant to make shares more liquid!
Maybe something to do with the current press that farmers are getting about low prices from supermarkets which could cause paymemnt issues ?
Just sector malaise?
Maybe the MM's are marking down to get some stock in before good news comes through?
Nothing obvious though as a bit of cold weather will be good for them so lomng as it doesn't become snowbound|
|Does anyone know what's going on? The results weren't bad....|
As outlined in the Notice of Annual General Meeting posted to shareholders on 27 November 2014 and following the passing of Resolution 9 at today's Annual General Meeting, it is expected that the share subdivision will become effective on 14 January 2015 (the "Effective Date"). On that date, the Official List of the UKLA will be amended and each of the Company's ordinary shares of 25.0 pence each will be subdivided into ten ordinary shares of 2.5 pence each ("New Ordinary Shares").
New share certificates in respect of each shareholder's holding of New Ordinary Shares will be sent to the holders of certificated shares as soon as practicable after the Effective Date. Shareholders who hold their shares in uncertificated form will have their CREST accounts credited on the Effective Date.
The New Ordinary Shares have the ISIN code: GB00BRK01058.|
|another today- fault must lie with the broker ?|
|Is it unusual for so many RNS corrections being issued? Seems like they're not really paying attention...|
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|all looking good and share split tomorrow so should move some shares|
|10 for 1 share split being proposed at AGM on Tuesday which will make the shares more liquid . A good thing to do IMO and divi increase to 17p.|
|Competitor NWF down today on profit warning about commodity prices|
|No news I can see.
They said in the recent IMS that all divisions were performing well.
The chart looks like its at support and now with the CEO and the company secretary buying it looks very tempting to add.|
|Has there been any news I've missed? This hasn't been performing so well recently|
|Re - rating.|
|Questor on our side.Very positive article.
|Yes very positive statement. Particularly l like the increased pressure vessel order (good repeat business) and their ambition to be the leader in dairy feed.|
|Very satisfactory results this morning. No weak links that I can see.|
|Yep agree shauney.
Almost back to those all time highs.|
|Good recovery from 14 quid.Even shrugged off the interim dividend from last week.
Wish all my shares were this boring.|
|Fruitninja, depreciation is a non-cash event, hence it has to be added back onto the operating profit in order to get the cash flow. The cash event was when the capex (or goodwill or whatever it was) was purchased.|