Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Challenger Acquisitions LSE:CHAL London Ordinary Share GG00BV0LCK35 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 13.375p 13.25p 13.50p 13.375p 13.375p 13.375p 75,000.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure - - - - 2.90

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03/12/2016
08:20
Challenger Daily Update: Challenger Acquisitions is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CHAL. The last closing price for Challenger was 13.38p.
Challenger Acquisitions has a 4 week average price of 14.79p and a 12 week average price of 16.48p.
The 1 year high share price is 56.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 13.13p.
There are currently 21,708,403 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 65,620 shares. The market capitalisation of Challenger Acquisitions is £2,903,498.90.
20/7/2016
06:06
dice1950: #CHAL #Challenger Acquisitions Limited US$1 Million Received and New York Wheel Update http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/challenger-CHAL/share-news/Challenger-Acquisitions-Limited-US-1-Million-Recei/72005749
04/3/2015
14:34
andrbea: The new IPO began trading on February 19 on the London Stock Exchange’s main market. The subscription shares were priced at 10p and the early signs of investor appetite look promising. The shares traded at 12p – 14p within the first hour. The strategy is to acquire target companies or businesses in the entertainment and leisure sectors with particular focus on the “attractions” sector. Not finding and funding a suitable acquisition provides the key risk. A look at the board’s CVs provides optimism that they will be successful. They have a proven track record of raising money for listed entities, making substantial acquisitions and operating and growing a wide diversity of businesses. They are also aligned with shareholders having subscribed for 700,000 shares themselves at 10p. The equity at the subscription price is valued at £1.1mln with the estimated net proceeds from the founder subscription and subscription being around £930,000. If the experienced board can execute their strategy successfully it may be that early investors, ahead of any deals, benefit. With only around 11mln shares in issue and a limited free float any investor interest and buying could have a positive impact on the share price. hTTp://goo.gl/Xznjvt
29/6/2001
17:54
indieman: I remember the Nifty Fifty, and the boom in electics stocks and electronics and biotechs and secondary banks and property in the UK. These all sound like something from the distant past don't they? Imagine, if you will, a company making a product that Americans consume in large quantities. You might think of putting a premium on the share price, but not so large a premium that you are discounting them having a total monopoly of the market. Well some Americans think differently. A doughnut company is on a rating so high that it would require them to sell more than the total USA annual consumption of doughnuts each year to justify it. It's madness and it's happening now. Indieman
28/6/2001
13:14
indieman: Chris, Thought you'd disappeared from the face of the earth! BATS is still staying within its triangle and exploring both boundaries; hardly suprising given the apex is so close. When triangles move out this far into the apex, they become unreliable and the end move is apt to be a gentle line gradually assuming a mild slope in the ultimate direction. It ought to be upward for BATS, but I've got £5K on it already and will stick at that. The chartists are getting the usual slagging off on the threads I read. It always seems odd to me that those who rely on Fundamental Analysis feel free to slag off the Chartist/TA people, but would be amazed if the tables were turned. Presumably they actually believe several demonstrably false things:- * The price of a share is determined by what the fundamentals can justify. * It is possible to calculate the final profit/cash flow/discounted cash flow sufficiently accurately to calculate that share price. * Accounting procedures do not affect the values determined above. The problems with Cedar were due to concerns over the way orders won but not executed or paid for were included in P & L accounts. This affected the share price very quickly. How many other companies, especially techs, will have done the same thing? None of this is new. Apparently, years ago, Wellcome used to ship large quantities of drugs to warehouses just before year-end so that, in accounting terms, they had left the site. This increased materials shipped and decreased stocks in accounting terms. It made no difference at all in reality, except that we had to pay for additional warehousing, but the books looked better. I have no first-hand knowledge of this, but it wasn't a secret. BAY is looking good for that bounce, but I am concerned that the 200d EMA is around 350p (from memory). This should provide a short term resistance, so there's less to go for. BGY bounced strongly and on cue from the support offered by the triangle. At least one chartist is fairly keen on them, but I suspect that 258p, the level of the original ascending triangle will prove to be a substantial barrier. BLND is down almost at the top boundary of a triangle formed after it rose from another, bigger triangle. Hopefully it will bounce up from that. Alexon is a pain. I should have bought at 85/90p and now look at them; makes you weep. Indie
11/6/2001
10:17
taximania: Peter - you old killjoy you, just a little test ie if you accept the premis that charts can predict a falling share price they should also be able to predict one that will rise, the results are there for you to see , you can draw your own conclusions.I wouldn't know a chart from a map of buried treasure but there you go.
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