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|duncandisorderly: Perfectly correct.But do you trust a board who has let the share price drag down this much,mainly through their own doing via poor management and ridiculously bias rns statements for their hopeful new employers.They have one agenda my friend and that is to feather their own nests.
The offer from SGP stands unless I believe they are invited back to do so or there is a counter offer,(UGL).In which case it's a completely different board game where they are then allowed to top any offer made by UGL.This I feel is why we haven't heard anything from SGP as they can't do anything until UGL have come up with a firm offer.UGL are obviously leaving until the eleventh hour to come in with there offer and who can blame them.I personally believe this will end up in a bidding war around the 30-40p mark.
Look at what UGL were willing to pay a few months ago after months of dd,(60p+).The only reason they didn't was because SGP kept blocking them.
Next week is the week.|
|typo56: Please feel free to elaborate on the sale price and the debt level then, if indeed it is sold.
I'm not saying it's a long or a short. I'm saying that I doubt anyone who isn't an insider can really know. Given the level of debt the share price is heavily geared to the possible sale price, is it not? A little bit either way could be significant for DTZ ordinary shareholders?|
|p o n a: Anyone who remembers how the Jessops t/o went will not see the current share price activity of DTZ as any surprise. Jessops management issued a similar RNS. Shareholders were going to get a fraction of a penny for each share. Yet that didnt stop the share trading at multiples of that for months..prior to the share eventually being suspended.
The debt is the killer is here. DTZ has no net tangible assets. A loss making outfit makes the intangibles worthless. With DTZ's debts coming up for repayment in the new year - creditors will force DTZ to accept the offer of the named company in the RNS. Creditors will want their loans back and if the potential acquirer will be paying back the loans then that is all the creditors will care for. Shareholders dont come into the equation. Otherwise the creditors can force the company into administration and do the deal that way. In either event shareholders will get as good as nothing.
Creditors effectively own this company. Management will do exactly what is dictated to them. Creditors come first.|
|stuart14: Not sure Day O, share price would suggest otherwise.|
|ang5: The DTZ share price at 37p.
the trade line show that will support.???
now 29-3-2011, just 25p ?
|mkwng: now the DTZ share price 38-39p.
trade line show that maybe going up-side?
any news? thanks.|
|maxharry: Alan Steel, director, Alan Steel Asset Management
FTSE 100 prediction: 5800 (5600)
Top share: DTZ Holdings
"A share I'm buying is DTZ Holdings. They are specialists in commercial property management and basically they've got the Far East and developing countries sewn up. It's a cyclical share, and the current share price is a bargain."
|dickbush: The environment for DTZ's business couldn't be worse. Add in the poor balance sheet caused by the acquisition spree and DTZ's future looks pretty bleak. However, the share price has dropped from £8 to 25-28p. Also, this is not a business with high fixed costs. The assets walk out the door every night. So cutting costs to allow a profitable future even with reduced revenue isn't exactly rocket science. Add in the appointment of a banker as CEO who, presumably, can make sure that the company's loans are rolled over and extended, if necessary, and it sounds like a pretty decent risk/reward ratio for money you can afford to lose, only.
A strong day on high volume. What's happening?|
|simon gordon: If we go into a 'soft' depression will DTZ be able to survive? Most of our banks are bust and it'll take years and years for low interest rates to reliquify the economy. As property is a very illiquid asset could the downside be much further with any upside being many years from now?
I just see this share price going lower as more investors back off Small Caps.
I should have shorted DTZ and SAV after McGarryGate, that was the signal that the market had topped.|
|prankster2: After doing some number crunching I've come to the conclusion that with friday's closing prices of SVS 592p and DTZ of 520p, I make DTZ under valued by 14.9%. 520p + 14.9% = DTZ share price of 597.48p.
Possible eps surprises, rumoured acquisition and the chairman's statements could throw the above figures up in the air, but I'm confident that unless SVS tanks dramatically from here then DTZ is safe as houses (excuse the pun) and shoud go up from here with very limited downside at least in the short term.|
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