Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Diamond Life. LSE:DMD London Ordinary Share GB0004493028 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.30p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 0.38

Diamond Life. Share Discussion Threads

Showing 26 to 48 of 50 messages
Chat Pages: 2  1
DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/1/2009
14:18
A sensational conspiracy theory published in todays Sunday Express ! VANISHED CONMAN 'FAKED DEATH' Sunday January 4,2009 By Ted Jeory SENSATIONAL claims are being made that a group of businessmen who went missing in a mysterious plane crash staged their deaths and fled with millions of pounds. The four debt-ridden Britons were officially on board a small Brazilian charter plane that crashed along the country's coastline last May. A rescue operation was called off when wreckage from the twin-engine Cessna washed up after several days. However, the bodies of the four men and two Brazilian pilots have never been found. The passengers had links to companies that were in financial
R32;difficulties and one was less than a week away from settling a costly divorce. http://www.sundayexpress.co.uk/posts/view/78291/Vanished-conman-faked-death-
masurenguy
06/5/2008
16:26
Missing Britons' plane found in Brazil By Sarah Radford and agencies 4:45PM BST 06/05/2008 http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/southamerica/brazil/1932282/Missing-Britons%27-plane-found-in-Brazil.html Not looking good for chances of any survivors.
masurenguy
29/4/2008
21:10
Looks like it's all over here. Glad I sold at 10p or so; what a downward spiral since the AIM RTO listing in 2006!
topvest
29/4/2008
09:31
Temporary Suspension RNS Number:3227T Diamond Lifestyle Holdings PLC 29 April 2008 Diamond Lifestyle Holdings Plc ("Diamond" or the "Company") Temporary suspension Further to the announcement made by the Group on 24 April 2008 the board announce that the discussions with the potential provider of finance have now ceased. The board has therefore requested that trading in the Company's shares on AIM is temporarily suspended pending clarification of the Company's financial position.
cyberpost
28/4/2008
13:19
Still risky - need financial position clarifying.
double6
28/4/2008
12:56
Online limits rising
double6
28/4/2008
11:37
MM's got wind of update ??
double6
26/9/2007
17:34
already have my good man along time ago and made a decent turn on it as well was going to short it but couldn't get a decent price
ntv
26/9/2007
17:28
This company is IMHO dead in the water, they are exactly the kind of sub-prime lender that no one will want to do business with. They prey on Council House owners right to buy and package mortgages even where the household has zero income, they then re-mortgage over and over gain with loan to value gradually creeping up to 100%. Dump this stock as fast as you can before they go bang
agreeable
20/9/2007
09:10
Diamond Lifestyle Holdings PLC 20 September 2007 Diamond Lifestyle Holdings Plc ('Diamond' or the 'Group') unaudited half yearly report Diamond Lifestyle Holdings Plc, the financial and advisory intermediary, specialising in the provision of mortgage broking and related services to the sub-prime market under the Governments 'Right to Buy' scheme, announces its unaudited half yearly results for the period ended 30 June 2007. Financial highlights • Turnover for 6 months to 30 June 2007 £3.6 million and £2.9 million on a pro forma* basis (6 months to 30 June 2006: £3.5 million) • Gross profit margin for 6 months to 30 June 2007: 53.5% and 57.0% on a pro forma* basis (2006: 60.4%) • Administrative costs for the 6 months to 30 June 2007 were £2.0m and £1.7m on a pro forma* basis (6 months to 30 June 2006: £1.5 million) • Loss before interest and tax for 6 months to 30 June 2007 £9,291 and profit of £89,000 on a pro forma* basis (2006: profit £622,111) * as a result of the Company adopting reverse acquisition accounting the 2007 pro forma figures reflect the activity of Diamond Lifestyle Limited to which the comparative 2006 figures relate. Chairman's Statement At the time of writing, the Board is clearly aware and sensitive to media coverage in both the banking and sub-prime sectors, but against this challenging background the Board remains confident in the Groups medium and long term prospects. In my statement to the market 31 July 2007 I noted that the sub prime lenders had reviewed their financial arrangements with suppliers that had led to a reduction in lending fees and commissions. It was also noted that the Group had made significant progress in reducing administrative costs, associated with the cost of conveyancing, and had ceased to operate in areas where acceptable financial returns could not be achieved. Furthermore, I stated that the Group had renegotiated its fees and commission arrangements with lenders so as to restore them to historic levels. The adverse market events of the past number of weeks has resulted in further downward pressure being experienced by the Group on fee and commission rates. The adverse impact on the UK banking sector in 2007 has been driven by loan defaults in the United States, causing related funding and balance sheet pressures in the UK. Inevitably, this has translated into a tightening of lending criteria, raising of interest rates and reduction in fees and commissions paid to the Group. Financial review Turnover for the 6 months to 30 June 2007 was £3,554,003 and £2,941,000 on a pro forma* basis (2006: 3,468,883). In the six months to 30 June 2007 the Group recorded a loss before interest and tax of £9,291 and a profit of £89,000 on a pro forma* basis. (2006: profit £622,111). As at 30 June 2007 the Group had cash resources of £118,361 (2006: £870,075). During the 6 month period to 30 June 2007 the Group repaid £750,000 of loans to Clydesdale Bank Plc (2006: £nil). The Loss per Share for the 6 month period to 30 June 2007 amounted to 0.05 pence per share (2006: Earnings per Share 0.38 pence per share). Future Strategy Against this background, the board has implemented the following strategies to re-establish profitability and enhance cash generation in the current year: • Reducing administration fees in particular in respect to conveyancing costs; • A new supplier of leads providing a high number of remortgage opportunities; and • Ongoing negotiations with lenders to improve commercial terms, whilst maintaining a broad based panel of lenders. Given the difficult economic climate for mortgage finance, at this time, the business remains focused on providing appropriate mortgage finance to its client base. However, the board remains actively engaged in identifying and pursuing appropriate acquisition opportunities, to further exploit the Group's strong position in the sector. Paul Hughes 19 September 2007
alastaircamroncooper
20/9/2007
08:15
Interim results out this morning [RNS]
alastaircamroncooper
03/8/2007
19:34
Yes, looks like everythings gone a bit pear shaped here to me!!
topvest
31/7/2007
07:53
looks like it will be loss making for 1st 6 months
ntv
31/7/2007
07:47
i can't see the results ,can anyone? glad i sold
ntv
20/7/2007
19:46
oops...glad I got out of these post RTO now!
topvest
15/4/2007
20:48
will be interesting to see if results are in-line or better lots of newly listed companies fall short although there must have been some fairly hefty costs which will affect 1st set of results also a stratergy for the future, as the company has the potential to generate decent amounts of cash so potential aquisitions could help the company grow
ntv
20/3/2007
17:55
t1ps.com tip other day with tgt price of 12p don't worry about l2 on such a small stock mm's quote only for 5k!
ntv
20/3/2007
09:40
Quiet in here. Does anyone have level 2? i don't have access at the mo. How many MMs? ?v? Many thx to anyone who can advise.
zabbadan
16/3/2007
12:14
Not as good as my holding in WTH!!!! tiltonboy
tiltonboy
16/3/2007
11:43
"I bought a few more of these at 5.75p. I think they might edge a bit further up in the short term." Nice movement this morning..
zabbadan
20/2/2007
07:00
NTV, Hopefully not too long to wait on BRF. It would be nice to see them do a deal as good as this one. I bought a few more of these at 5.75p. I think they might edge a bit further up in the short term. tiltonboy
tiltonboy
19/2/2007
23:34
mine were at the recent placing as they say paper profits are not hard currency could be possible bid for kensington set this alight today sub-prime lending etc tb have you heard anything on brf? it's worth a small punt tv
ntv
19/2/2007
22:05
You got the timing better than me NTV - what price did you get? Looks like I sold a week late as I only got a rather pathetic 5p! Oh well, a profit is a profit!
topvest
Chat Pages: 2  1
Your Recent History
LSE
GKP
Gulf Keyst..
LSE
QPP
Quindell
FTSE
UKX
FTSE 100
LSE
IOF
Iofina
FX
GBPUSD
UK Sterlin..
Stocks you've viewed will appear in this box, letting you easily return to quotes you've seen previously.

Register now to create your own custom streaming stock watchlist.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P:30 V: D:20161207 14:35:40