Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fireone Group LSE:FPA London Ordinary Share IE00B08H5185 ORD EUR0.02
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 58.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 29.91

Fireone Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/1/2007
15:15
This is a done deal at 60p as over 85% of the shareholders have already accepted. It was really a done deal before as OGI owned such a large %age of the issued capital.
polaris
15/1/2007
13:57
if I understand correctly there will be forced squeez out?
ziga2
15/1/2007
09:16
Looks like the END of THE ROAD!!!!!
kanwar
13/12/2006
14:35
Noticed the rerating of Sportingbet and partygaming. Surely this would have some effect on fireone?
swoopingvulture
13/12/2006
14:35
Noticed the rerating of Sportingbet and partygaming. Surely this would have some effect on fireone?
swoopingvulture
21/11/2006
21:39
Its more like next 10p to be share........
inxni
10/11/2006
15:18
how much biz does fpa have outside the u.s.a..
powwow
25/10/2006
16:37
Does anyone have any idea what is going on with these large trades and no price movement. My guess would be trades between fund managers?
woodcutter
21/10/2006
16:41
Would make sense for NLR to buy as could considate any costs and at 70p or so mainly buying cash.
bcf203
20/10/2006
18:36
A lot of trading today. Perhaps a bid (private equity) is on the way. Private owners may be more prepared to take on the US authorities and get back into the US gaming market.
questar2000
20/10/2006
15:14
Come on guys it doing well today!!! LOL...........
kanwar
12/10/2006
18:33
It's a salient point - "how will they know when a usa client transfers money to a gaming company for illegal gaming". I've been musing on this since the start of this disaster: whatever NLR/FPA say in public - are they just going to turn a blind eye? They could; and can the Feds go over their books and question US income, possibly tens of thousands or millions of transactions? No, but it's all making my brain hurt, and yes, until we've had more results we know diddly squat.
omalaha
12/10/2006
16:44
I am waiting for the next set of results for fpa and sbt before deciding what to do, maybe sell maybe buy more!. Fortunately these are only a small part of my portfolio so it's not too bad as all the others are in the black. What is more important than the cash is the difference between the current assets and liabilities which stands at $34m, with 6mth operating cost of $28m they don't have long to restructure the business if the are to continue to make a profit. Needless to add though that there will be some revenue, how much we don't know and the transaction processing cost will be less to compensate for this, so there may still be a business here. What we don't know is how much of the last 6mths revenue $50m is from usa clients. There are also almost $80m of customer deposits in the liabilities, which begs the question are their usa customers going to have their money returned? in which case this will be offset by a reduction in the cash, cash reserves and short term deposits, total $117m. What puzzles me is are they going to continue to act as an e-wallet for usa citizens in which case how will they know when a usa client transfers money to a gaming company for illegal gaming. The transfer could go into the gaming companies account and be used for legal or illegal gaming, who's to know. This latest rns statement may be a means to satisfy those in positions of power in the usa so as not to put the Optima directors in a difficult position, but business carries on almost as usual. Anyway this is probably imaterial as i predicted there will be no usa facing sites left to gamble with. If sbt sell their us facing business and others do similar to private enterprises then the whole us industry is going to move underground. Can fpa benefit from this despite their latest statement, who knows? Whether it's worth 40p or 70p will only really be determined after the next two sets of results imho.
woodcutter
11/10/2006
20:02
Fair points woodcutter: can they grow outside of gambling? a takeover target? Interesting to note it shied off 50p. News that NLR are sticking in the US. Not a lot adds up at the moment. I have exited all gaming positions and swallowed the losses along with some Tagamet! I'm not going to bother trying to short; i'll go long again when the dust settles.
omalaha
10/10/2006
18:36
Cash and cash equivalents at end of June were $63m and shares diluted 52.7m @ 1,8 exchange rate thats about 66p. In addition to this there will be earnings for the third quarter, so 70p was not unreasonable. Granted there is the dividend to pay and there will be restructuring costs to absorb but i think 40p is too low. At the end of the day it depends to what extent they can grow their earnings outside of the now illegal gambling business. I still feel at this price there is a danger of takeover, but this is pretty much in Optima's hands imho.
woodcutter
10/10/2006
13:14
sadly, i would have to agree with jojaken, 40p looking fair.
omalaha
10/10/2006
09:22
Where do you get 70p a share? I had it at quite a bit less! They had about 25m pounds as of June 30, and that was before a dividend of 12p a share! I would guess the company down sizing is draining considerable cash so anything north of 40p would be optimistic at this stage. And probably less going forward.
jojaken
10/10/2006
08:42
Statement regarding United States Internet Gambling Legislation - Update On 2 October 2006, the Company made an announcement regarding the passing of the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006 by the United States Congress. The Company today announces that following the approval of the Act by the President of the United States, it will immediately cease to process settlement transactions originating from United States consumers that may be viewed as being related to online gambling. The Company expects the Act to be approved by the President of the United States in the immediate near term. As previously announced, upon becoming law, the Act will have a significant negative impact on the business and results of operations of the Company, and, consequently, the Company has embarked upon a restructuring of its operations and cost base. The Company will continue to offer its multi-currency credit and debit card and FirePay electronic wallet processing to the online gambling industry originating from non-U.S. consumers and not prohibited by the Act, and will consider additional card-not-present payment processing opportunities outside of online gambling. The Company's Board will continue to update shareholders as and when appropriate. I'm afraid that's it now. It looks like they are going to police these transactions properly in which case the impact is big and the business seems effectively to be starting from scratch. Just have to hope there is still something left to grow from. With the cash pile and the restructuring it's probably worth waiting for the next set of results and outlook statement before making any furthe committments. The worst possible scenario now is someone makes an offer for the company just to collect the cash pile which if i remember rightly is about 70p a share.
woodcutter
10/10/2006
08:34
I suspect this is related to FPA's ownership structure and physical location. Question is whether this means NLR will follow suit? What is interesting is that the drop has been so small. I would have expected at 50% fall in the share price. This means that most gaming companies appear to have a total US pull out pretty much in the price. This matches the NLR NUMIS price of over £2 WITHOUT THE US making it a buy at current levels even without the US. Interesting times
britishbear
10/10/2006
08:32
Cheers chasdot, so about the same as prty and lng
quinan
10/10/2006
07:34
Can any one tell me how much of FPA's revenue comes from the US????
quinan
10/10/2006
07:07
NOT GOOD VIEWING THIS MORNING.....
kanwar
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