Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Coretx Hldgs LSE:COR London Ordinary Share GB00B4NJ4984 ORD 2.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 32.25p 32.00p 32.50p 32.25p 32.25p 32.25p 33,568 07:30:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 0.1 1.1 1.1 30.7 22.96

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Coretx Hldgs Daily Update: Coretx Hldgs is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker COR. The last closing price for Coretx Hldgs was 32.25p.
Coretx Hldgs has a 4 week average price of 32.28p and a 12 week average price of 33.39p.
The 1 year high share price is 41.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 28.25p.
There are currently 71,201,993 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,635 shares. The market capitalisation of Coretx Hldgs is £22,962,642.74.
torquay turk2: I will have a shot at answering this one but if anyone knows more/better then please feel free to correct me. 'Shorting'- say in connection with a CFD (contract for difference) means that someone has entered into an agreement to sell shares(which they do not yet own) on an agreed future date at an agreed price(the excercise price). They do this in the hope that in the meantime the value of the shares will drop and that they will be able to buy the shares at the lower price, thus making a profit, inorder to keep their original deal aka 'closing their position'. Going long means exactly the opposite ie they agree to buy shares at an agreed future point, at an agreed price in the hope that in the interim the value of the shares will rise above the excercise price. In summary, someone who is short expects the share price to go down and opposit for long. Hope that helps.
slaterlp: shouldn't all private investors write/email chorion and express our disgust at trying to sell out at undervalue? I have written a stinker, but recieved no reply as yet. But if plenty of us write, then they will have to issue another letter(I already had one from them explaining the share price movement) to explain themselves. Just a thought.
rebess: As I posted earlier,I believe the share price was manipulated well ahead of the announcement, hence the unexplainable drops in the price over the preceding months.
rolos: Not sure how they evaluate the worth of ownership of rights, but... Current share price puts market capitalisation of Chorion at around 73 million The global retail value of Noddy they put at 45 million, but don't mention (in a brief glimse of their report) the value of: Marple Poirot Marlowe The Mister Men Famous Five The Very Hungry Caterpiler (sells 1 book a minute world wide - Chorion aquired television & marketing rights) Does it all add up to only 73 million? Or have I missed something about how a company is valued ?
diogenesj: As with all so-called management buyouts, this bid means that the management see value in the shares not reflected in the current share price, and intend to get that value for themselves. If they are right, there is some chance of a counterbid, so it could be a mistake to sell out too soon.
rebess: realcool - dak Thankyou Just one further point of no significance. The announcement of the offer clears up some of the mystery involved in unexplainable irrational price movements in the share over recent months. Many contributors to this thread have expressed bewilderment at the erratic movement of the share price on very low volumes and for no apparent reason, even after glowing progress reports by the board. I now believe there has been collusion with Planet Acquisitions resulting in a deliberate manipulation of the share price, ultimately to the detrement of the small shareholder. IMHO.
broadwood: Might be worth considering taking the money as share price is currently only 8p below the offer price. I'll think about it overnight.
johnsoho: 22 February 2006 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Chorion PLC Response to Share Price Movement Following the recent movement in Chorion's share price, the Board of Chorion confirms that it is in advanced discussions, which may or may not lead to an offer for the Company. If an offer were to be forthcoming, it is expected to be at a price of 425 pence in cash per Chorion share. A further announcement will be made in due course. This announcement is issued with the consent of the potential offeror. VERY NICE !!!!!
ronmikeh: MM. looking for more stock to sell later at a higher price. Silly private investors will sell,buy back later at higher price and complain yhat mm. are a load of market thieves. Seen it all before.The share price may be volitile, but the company is not, and that is what counts.
orvis: I'm in. Have held COR before. Admire what they are doing on the clubs side. Not quite so positive about the other side of the business - seems to have a collection of rather tired I. properties. Anyway at this share price level and at this point in time, the company looks cheap to me. The current share price is a new low and does not make sense given the way the clubs side is making money. With the economy improving, albeit slowly, the clubs should continue to prosper and grow. Someone has said fair value for the 2 side of the company will be 30p. Well, like companies trading at a discount to NAV, I expect COR will not trade at 30p immediately after the split next month. But currently the share price is at a 40% discount to estimated fair value - this seems way too low. Regarding the speculation that institutions are selling because they do not want to hold 2 small aim companies, this does not seem to make any busuiness sense to me at all. Why sell something at the very time that it is about to crystalise the inherent value of the 2 divisions? Put it another way, why sell before a potential rise in price. If you (the institutiuon) stay in, you increase the chances of that rise i.e the ratio of buyers to sellers is improved. Another observation: when on 11/09 we thought all businesses were going to suffer a deeper recession, the COR share price did not fall this low. Why is it there now, particularly since we have had positive trading updates? The fuss about the 10m provision seems to be just that - fuss. It seems entirely sensible for the company to put the troc liability behind it once and for all at the time of splitting the 2 divisions. I am sure neither of the 2 new companies would want to have the liability hanging over them, so this is the logical time to sort it out.
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