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|jbarcroftr: 6.5 m market cap reflects the past.The recent spate of RNS,s seem to indicate a much brighter future.It doesnt seem to far fetched to imagine a market cap of 20m 3x the current share price.|
|xzaq111: A MULTI MILLION CREDIT FACILITY HAS BEEN PASSED DOWN ON THE BALANCE SHEET
Scoot.com was the darling of the internet boom
Combination of internet bust and bad direction
Scoot went to something like 0.25 per share
British telecom paid scoot £6.5 mil for the scoot name, its directories and its 118 enquiry number
£6.5 mil to be paid back to shareholders unless they came up with a better alternative
the next best alternative for shareholders was timeload a complete waste of space
timeload traded at something like 0.25 to 0.85
the next best alternative for shareholders was coe
you could cash in your timeload shares for 0.75 or have your shares / by 50 for 1 coe share worth 42 pence
this great company with London conjestion charge completed and lots of others in the pipeline
well from then the 42p share price went to something like 9 pence
then the next best alternative for shareholders was to / your shares in one of these complicated ways like if you had 10,000 shares at 9 pence you would now have 1000 shares at 9 pence
to say that it is fair to shareholders to give directors shares at bargain prices well
What's this got to do with coe ?
Columbia Equity buys Md. office building
WASHINGTON (AFX) - Real estate investment trust Columbia Equity Trust Inc.
said Tuesday that it acquired a multi-tenant office building in Gaithersburg,
Md., for $26.7 million.
The three-story 101 Orchard Ridge Drive is located next to the 350 acre
Kentlands mixed-use, new urbanism development and the headquarters of MedImmune
The property is currently 100 percent leased to six tenants.
In conjunction with the purchase, Columbia assumed an existing financing of
$15.5 million at a fixed interest rate of 6.06 percent which matures in January
2014. The balance of the acquisition was funded with proceeds from the company's
revolving credit facility.
Shares of Columbia Equity Trust added 9 cents to $16 in afternoon trading on
the New York Stock Exchange.|
|guru11: RBonnier - A wrong statement it would appear.
But in theory prior to today announcement it would appear that is would move down. However the share price could still after today rise fall back as short term it looks like a long hard slog. The company says it is in line with its plan and to break even, which is the good new, however the share price is just rising on a dead cat bounce, is is still too high at present with a rise which is not justified today, also based on very thin trading. The MM could be playing games hoping punters will chase the share price up, but buyers could find that they are sitting on a loss next week after it falls back.|
|liveit2: k123 - Given the amount of overheads they've taken out and the increasing revenues (and new contracts, quite a few if rumours are to be believed) then it wouldn't surprise me if they picked this one up for very very cheap
Good luck to you and Muji for being brave enough to venture into the unknown - Muji I don't blame you for not going for £50k as there's very little public information available - I think there'll be news soon - only to say why the share price has risen so much - almost 50% since I started|
|tyroneshares: If I buy 20,000 shares, do you think the share price will rise??
Todays sale of 16,000 seems to had an effect?
And if so, I could bet maybe a few hundred or thousand point on a rise?
Or maybe go short on the share? I've never seen the share price go up!
|dbno: DarkLord2 & k38.....I think you may be missing an opportunity.
My view is that the share price has been deliberately moved down in preparation for this planned consolidation, and I think we may start to see some sustained buying at these levels.
People with small share holdings have a simple choice. Wait for the return of a tiny amount of cash and move on, or risk a little more to be in with a chance of recouping some losses. Lets face it, the cost of topping up to the required level to retain a share holding is peanuts.
|responsible lad: Have to give my mate a ring to ask him to hurry up with the price increases, since I am getting a little fed up here staring at the COE share price, that has not even covered its spread from 8am this morning.|
|ibarty: A guess but..
a) appointment of new CEO and granting of share options at 10p indicates that company has now stabilised and share price is conservative
b) i hate comanies who take 6 months to publish, but I would presume that they want to release bad finals with a good list of new orders. We shall see|
|judgement: That's a pretty accurate assessment HP. I guess the margins are tight on the new business, but for me there doesn't need to be much of an upturn in profitability to see a significant recovery in share price. I guess there must be a reasonable sale being worked, because this share's so illiquid that 20k normally has a material effect on the price.|
|nmurrells: anyone actually spoken to someone at COE in regards their share price fall?|
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