Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Choicesuk Plc LSE:CHUK London Ordinary Share GB0030842495 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 0.09

Choicesuk Share Discussion Threads

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03/4/2009
09:34
JTCOD is a genius.
topgunns
29/8/2007
12:39
The company is split into three parts -- retail, local distribution and direct, which includes ChoicesUK.com. I am optimistic that we will be able to find a buyer for the business." Does anyone know which business unit is the loss maker.. Most probably the retail unit... close that and keep the local distribution and choicesuk.com up and running would do the trick... eitherway, its the end of the road for the public company as it stands.
powwow
21/8/2007
08:34
what debts did this one have ?
cyberpost
21/8/2007
08:33
glad I got out too. Pretty bad they didn't issue a further warning to give people a further chance to get out - the chairman's statement on their investors section of website I remember was relatively positive/optimistic so I was almost tempted to get back in... Note to self: absolutely avoid any company with debts and declining business !
mister md
21/8/2007
08:27
Richard Ratner, retail analyst at Seymour Pierce, said he wasn't totally surprised by ChoicesUK's demise although he had thought the dismal summer weather would have assisted the business. "We wrote on one occasion that ChoicesUK's mnemonic (CHUK) gave a good indication of what we would do with the shares, we had rated it as a 'sell' but now alas it is too late," he said.
cyberpost
21/8/2007
07:41
Well it's all over. A sad end. I got out previously; glad I did. Peter Gyllenhammer must have lost a few quid on this one.
topvest
24/7/2007
09:08
if choice carn't turn a profit in this rubbish of a summer we are having then throw away the key and never give any of the managers a job again. lets see if all this rain picks them up else they are all out of weather excuses.
delphiman
21/6/2007
15:53
T&G have till year end in july to find a buyer allegedly
sporticus
13/5/2007
09:36
i saw a deal from blockbusters which was pay £5 a month and have all dvds sent free in post, as many as you want. against that this is a dead duck
wasbenson
09/5/2007
12:00
changed my mind on this one - debts way too high, finance director leaving...sold up and moved into hmv instead, bit of takeover speculation there and not going bust Could still come right here, but now very risky
mister md
04/5/2007
20:40
I don't think you see a cup and handle, delphiman - may be a reverse one though! All I see is a long term downward trend.
scumdog
03/5/2007
14:45
Just to confirm how tough the sector is at the moment, Blockbuster posted a loss yesterday and is down about 15% since then (BBI on the NYSE). CHUK is now in the sort of position where it's a pure gambling stock IMO. You could double your money or you could lose the lot. I think I'll just watch from the sidelines, but best of luck to those who want to try their luck...
bletherer
03/5/2007
14:18
Delphiman If the trades are above the Normal Market Size (NMS) which is 1000 for CHUK they are reported later
s50cam
02/5/2007
10:34
This'll go under, the good parts will be sold and the shareholders will be left with nothing.
arthur_lame_stocks
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