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Fastjet Share Price (FJET)

Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fastjet LSE:FJET London Ordinary Share GB00BWGCH354 ORD GBP1
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 70.25p 70.00p 70.50p 70.25p 70.25p 70.25p 48,346 07:38:42
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m) RN NRN
Travel & Leisure 34.5 -28.5 -3.2 - 11.54

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16/9/2014
08:56
capetown1: coming next from Fastjet mug punters'ISIS are a positive for Syria and Iraq''Scotland voting for Independence is positive for the UK'shouldn't be surprised really because they also think'FJET share price crashing is positive for FJET shareholders'----What an unbalanced mind you have bringing those topics into Fastjet ,seriously get yourself checked out
16/9/2014
07:31
the stigologist: coming next from Fastjet mug punters 'ISIS are a positive for Syria and Iraq' 'Scotland voting for Independence is positive for the UK' shouldn't be surprised really because they also think 'FJET share price crashing is positive for FJET shareholders'
14/3/2014
15:03
sjg1: 5Jacko - "You boys try to get people to sell.. then you pick em up... good work." Do you really, honestly, believe that any comment on a BB will have the slightest effect either down, or up, on the fjet share price? Any buyer doesn't need to force people to sell - you could buy as many shares as you wanted and Darwin would be delighted. C'mon man, wise up!
19/11/2014
20:36
ndege kidogo: If I were still an investment analyst ( and I thank the Lord I'm not, sir) I'd be totally embarrassed to put my name to the drivel just put out by Equity Developments. A few issues which their teenage scribbler might wish to consider. 1. in their previous note they estimated the value of Fjet Tan at 3.5p per Fjet share. They still maintain this valuation even though Big Ed has given away 51% of Fjet Tan for nil payment. It remains to be seen at what price the Tanzanian locals will pay to buy these shares out of the slush bucket where they currently sit, but it's a fair bet they'll be at a whacking discount to the 3.5p ED valuation and even to the look through valuation from Fjet's current share price of 0.75p. Basically Big Ed's chucked away half of Fjet Tan in his desperation to raise some more working capital 2. What are the terms of this strange deal with the Tanzanian non-execs and their local mates with regard to future fundraisings. It's a certainty that flogging off the initial 49% will only raise enough capital at best to keep the planes in the air for a few months. What happens then? On the next fundraising does Fjet PLC inject funds pari passu with the 49%'ers or does it allow itself to be diluted down. If the former, where does it get the money from? If the latter, then as more and more money is pumped into Fjet Tan to try and make it viable, the faster any value to Fjet PLC will drain away. 3. Can ED quote any precedent where floating off a group's only subsidiary whilst it is still massively loss making and cash flow negative has proved in parent company shareholders' best interests, unless you're trying to create a cash shell? 4. If Tanzanian with a population of 50m can't yet sustain Fjet's operations profitably, where's the future in replicating a massive cash drain in Zambia with a population of 15m? 5. How can ED really believe that Fjet will have 24 planes flying by 2018 when it is currently balance sheet and cash flow insolvent and is losing US 30m this year on ED's own forecasts. Who's going to lease 21 planes to a company that shaky? 6. Is the ED analyst capable of independent thought or is he a paid scribed for Big Ed/ 7. What's going to be done to solve the problem of the current share price being below 1p par?
29/7/2015
10:59
vic_frost: Reassuring ... thanks BOD Movement in Share Price fastjet (AIM:FJET), Africa's low-cost airline, notes the recent fall in its share price. The Company knows of no material trading reason for the movement. The Company confirms it is trading in line with market expectations and expects to issue its results for the 6 months to 30 June 2015 on 30 September 2015.
02/11/2015
17:34
ndege kidogo: No British owned firm has made any real money in Zimbo for decades. The last one to claim to do so was Lenigas's Lonrho but their profit from stone fruit trees was as illusory as Polly Peck's cardboard box profits in the 1980s and Fly 540 Zimbo was a total plane crash. The only potential game changer for Fjet is operating out of Kenya but I seriously doubt they'll get that airborn without raising another £ 50m and at what share price? Meanwhile our new man in Havana is best given a wide berth. The original Greene version passed off a vacuum cleaner for a rocket. This time a vacuum cleaner of App investors cash is being passed off as an oil well.
23/11/2015
09:41
youcancallmeal: I don't think there's that much shorting going on. Only one major position is on the short-tracker: hxxp://shorttracker.co.uk/company/GB00BCW3PK51/all There are three major reasons for the long-term decline in share price: 1) It used to be ridiculously over-priced. 2) There is a lot of uncertainty about whether they can make enough deals with African governments. 3) Most people don't invest for the long-term, and this is a very long-term investment. The idea is great. Who knows whether it will work or not - it could go either way. But (if things go well) it will definitely be years before we'll know it is working, and there will definitely be a few downs as well as ups. That kind of investment is not for the majority (and I mean 0% criticism when I say that).
10/12/2015
14:51
youcancallmeal: I wouldn't be too bothered about the stats by themselves, and I always have expected the share price to fall further for a while, whatever the news, but the admission of leaning so heavily on the transportation of bureaucrats is the most negative evidence I have witnessed in relation to this company. Without seeing a breakdown of bureaucrats vs normal people I would be loathe to invest, even though I really like the concept. I'll be watching for now.
06/5/2015
15:53
atino: (pssst!...) after 2 rounds worth of 'share consolidations' [over the past couple of years]...one of the net effect will be...'SP stabilisation' *__^...and less volatility ^__^ [Unless...adverse market conditions seriously impact it of course!] ...whats the whole POINT of consolidation! ⁀⊙᥮3;☉⁀ You fasten up the 'financial seat belts' ^__^...and clear up any 'loose shares' that maybe floating about!....ヽ(ಠ_ಠ)|94; LOL The lower the number of shares in circulation, and the GREATER the demand for it = SHAREHOLDER VALUE 웃❤2976; And if you don't believe in 'SP stability' taking place, nor its effect...THEN LOOK HOW STABLE the price become....AFTER the 'FIRST' round of consolidation *__^ (...that stopped the 'freefall' from the share price collapsing from its nominal value - didn't it ??? *__^ Alongside with the 'Darwin' disappearance ? *__^) [Just look at what we WITNESSED - POST consolidation *__^]....Wasn't the share price fairly 'stagnate' ? a range between 10p -1p - but NEVER falling below the 'nominal' THIS TIME *__^ [I mean hey...] I'm no chartist, but IMO...expect a price 'trading range' from now on [...perhaps £1 - £1.30'ish]...or maybe until any trading 'resistant lines' have emerged, or indeed, been broken....+/- of course (͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
02/3/2015
07:54
plastow: FASTJET (LSE:FJET) starts our week of looking at obscure AIM shares. As the chart below shows, the share price is reacting to a trend but we're a bit bamboozled as to which trend! If it's the downtrend in light blue, the share price needs CLOSE above 1.33p to signal coming growth to a fairly useless 1.77p. But otherwise, any miracle closure above 1.42 (Dark Blue) will suggest the initial point of interest should be at 2.5p. But in fairness, we rather suspect a dollop of positive news will be required.That's the end of the good news as recent moves, while less than scintillating, suggest any weakness now below 1.175 will probably provoke travel to 0.82p and visually, we'd tend to hope for a bounce from such a level, so perhaps worth watching for in the month ahead once you've thoroughly researched the company ! Please remember, all we do are the numbers. Historically, this has traded down from a high of 46p, so it's got one heck of a lot of climbing to do.From the iii site ?

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O 25,000 69.00 05 Feb 2016 16:37:13 GBX
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