Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Eatonfield LSE:EFD London Ordinary Share GB00B1FQDQ64 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.20p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 5.7 -15.4 -7.6 - 0.71

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jojo_jo: My assessment/summary of the situation: Sale to Trilandium is a decent deal, as in event of default property will revert and they will have the benefit of some payments in the meantime. Complex though, as ownership of buildings thereon could be questionable. Presumably that is why the transaction consists of many smaller individual plot sales which will complete one at a time on disposal of the houses. Must also assume all land payments go directly to charge-holder RBS, and only profit from build-out can be used to pay down other debt. At around 10%, this equates to perhaps £3m over an average of 3 years. Hardly enough to satisfy all the lenders, so they need a similar deal or outright sale of the remaining land to resolve that. Ideally, they need to sell the remaining land and buildings for enough to discharge the remaining debt, in which case they will end up with a construction company turning over around £10m a year for a profit of £1m a year. This with debt secured against land which they have exchanged contracts on, and which is being paid down by the purchaser over 3 - 4 years. There could of course be considerable additional/new contract house-building work they could do. This favourable outcome is fully subject to the disposal of all the remaining land. In the absence of such a sale or a transaction a la Triladium, there is the spectre of a debt for equity swap. To raise any meaningful cash, a placing at this share price would be hugely dilutive (although not nearly as much as a d-for-e swap). Bankruptcy is pointless and repossession just saddles the lenders with the problem of disposal which could potentially crystallise large losses. A formula for reducing working capital is essential. They need a debt repayment holiday and move towards a predominantly sub-contract construction model (less profitable but less onerous on working capital and cash flow). We can assume all/any property sale proceeds go straight to the relevant charge-holder, so there is no clear source of operating income with which they can pay all their day-to-day expenses, wages and supplier costs. Difficult.
tara7: Investors who put in the last slug of £7M quid are looking to more than get their money back.!! Read the results, looks a done deal to me, based in part, on the share price rise over the last week or so.
blodders: Mike111D - 5 Jan'11 - 13:23 - 4320 of 4362 NumpTy, another free lesson for you, it is "too busy" and not "to busy". Now wasn't it you who just the other day attempted to berate somebody for a lack of education - LOL. Blodders - 5 Jan'11 - 14:06 - 4321 of 4362 edit From ENGI Mike111D 18:33:15 04/01/2010 OK I was thinking of the trade for 43,594 on Plus this afternoon. We certainly benefited from the 200k buy at 7.75p late this afternoon. Serious money for a one off trade. Given the rise today, I would imagine that come tomorrow ENGI will have appeared on the radar of a wider audience Mike111D, are you going to tell them, ENGIs share price, is now down around 48% from the date you posted. Have you any more free lessons please? Mike111D - 5 Jan'11 - 14:15 - 4322 of 4362 Blodders, why do assume that I did not sell into the rise last January, keep guessing though as it is most entertaining. Do you know what, I think that if we added your IQ with that of the numpTy that we would still end up with the same lowly number. Now why might that be - LOL. Blodders - 5 Jan'11 - 14:35 - 4323 of 4362 edit Mike111D, i should have been clearer....Have you any more lessons im "pumping & dumping". I had already assumed you may have sold into the rise. Newbies beware...."Here Endeth Todays Lesson". Mike111D - 5 Jan'11 - 14:42 - 4324 of 4362 Blodders in my not so humble opinion there is value to be found in that stock, which reminds me I probably should consider buying some more at some stage. Blodders - 5 Jan'11 - 15:06 - 4325 of 4362 edit From MHG Mike111D 10:39:59 31/12/2010 MP, I like to give folk the benefit of the doubt but after the fiasco with Companies House and the lack of news flow post the funding package, I am afraid that I have my doubts as to whether or not the potential returns here will be realised by all. Mike111D, is MHG up around 16% from the date you posted....OUCHH Don't tell us there was a bit of a deramp going on at the time, and you bought in on the dip?? Mike111D - 5 Jan'11 - 15:34 - 4326 of 4362 You are learning, I will not tell you of all people anything unless I choose to. Perhaps I should resolve to not make fun of you seeing as it is a new year but sometimes I just can't help myself. PS – I don't suppose it takes you too long to take down your Christmas cards, on account of you not receiving that many. I am of course excluding the ones which you send to yourself - LOL
argy2: If the company really want this to fly they should announce a deal with the banks and a placing at a PREMIUM to the share price. They won't but that would really set the market alight.
induna123: A think a few people are getting excited seeing all these microcaps having big rises. See JSJS ;) Mike Lord bought 15m shares or 6% of the enlarged company at 100% premium to the current share price.
themoneymonster2: themoneymonster2 - 16 Sep'10 - 15:51 - 4699 of 4699 edit The board is also seeking to raise additional equity funding which, due to Eatonfield's current share price being below the nominal value of one penny per ordinary share, will require a capital reorganisation. ---------------------- BUT, if our share price was to go over 1p then we would be free to raise new funds at or above this figure : ) ---------------------- Sorry, WHEN our share price goes over 1p we will be able to raise new funds at or above 1p : )
themoneymonster2: The board is also seeking to raise additional equity funding which, due to Eatonfield's current share price being below the nominal value of one penny per ordinary share, will require a capital reorganisation. ---------------------- BUT, if our share price was to go over 1p then we would be free to raise new funds at or above this figure : )
standtall: DJ Eatonfield Group plc Working Capital Funding TIDMEFD RNS Number : 8388S Eatonfield Group plc 16 September 2010 ? 16 September 2010 Eatonfield Group plc ("Eatonfield" or "the Group") Working capital funding On 24 June 2010, the board of Eatonfield announced that the Group had sufficient working capital funding through to mid-September 2010. The board now expects the Group's existing financial resources will provide it with sufficient working capital funding until mid-October 2010. Whilst certain of the Group's banking facilities are due for renewal on 30 September 2010, the board remains in discussions with the Group's banking partners to obtain an extension to these facilities. The board is also seeking to raise additional equity funding which, due to Eatonfield's current share price being below the nominal value of one penny per ordinary share, will require a capital reorganisation. A circular convening a general meeting to consider the capital reorganisation will be sent to shareholders in due course. The board is also progressing a range of strategic options to secure the Group's longer term future and further updates will be provided at the appropriate time. For further information please contact: +------------+---------+ | Eatonfield | Tel: | | Group plc | +44 | | | (0)1829 | | | 261 910 | +------------+---------+ | Rob | | | Lloyd | | | (Group | | | Chief | | | Executive) | | +------------+---------+ | Duncan | | | Syers | | | (Group | | | Finance | | | Director) | | +------------+---------+ +-------------------------------------+------------------------------+ | Evolution Securities Limited | Tel: +44 (0)113 243 1619 | | | | +-------------------------------------+------------------------------+ | Joanne Lake/Peter Steel | | +-------------------------------------+------------------------------+ +-------------------------------------+------------------------------+ | Optiva Securities Limited | Tel: +44 (0)203 137 1904 | | | | +-------------------------------------+------------------------------+ | Jeremy King | | +-------------------------------------+------------------------------+ +-------------------------------------+------------------------------+ | Threadneedle Communications | Tel: +44 (0)207 653 9850 | | | | +-------------------------------------+------------------------------+ | Graham Herring/John Coles | | +-------------------------------------+------------------------------+ End This information is provided by RNS The company news service from the London Stock Exchange MSCSFSFLMFSSEEU (END) Dow Jones Newswires 16-09-10 1421GMT
xb2: S14, i have seen so many stocks supposed to go bust for ages,RBS,TW.,STP,RAY.....etc., and people never stop talking them down.... luckily they all survive so far! The point for EFD here, it has high profile properties and land to support its share price, the worst of worst is to have a fire sale of its assets!but the upside potentail is absolutely massive ! that's why share price rised from 4p to 23p in last April
xb2: EFD has high quality assets as a strong support for share price, and the secret millionare just sorted out the funding problem!!!I think share price should at least back to 5p range as the price before they announced funding problem. Then April Corus news will possibly push share price even higher!!!
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