Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Flying Brand LSE:FBDU London Ordinary Share JE00BD4H0R42 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 3.50p 3.25p 3.75p 3.50p 3.50p 3.50p 647,634 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 0.0 -0.2 -0.5 - 2.27

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19/9/2017
09:20
Flying Brand Daily Update: Flying Brand is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FBDU. The last closing price for Flying Brand was 3.50p.
Flying Brand has a 4 week average price of 2.88p and a 12 week average price of 2.63p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.63p.
There are currently 64,786,721 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,193,199 shares. The market capitalisation of Flying Brand is £2,267,535.24.
05/7/2017
15:12
hedgehog 100: 03/07/2017 07:00 UKREG Flying Brands Limited Conversion of Convertible Loan Notes into Equity "… Following this conversion, Flying Brands has GBP213,800 of Convertible Loan Notes outstanding and GBP100,000 of convertible loan notes issued pursuant to a loan note instrument dated 18 November 2015 outstanding. … On Admission, the Company will have 64,786,721 Ordinary Shares in issue. …" http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/flying-brand-FBDU/share-news/Flying-Brands-Limited-Conversion-of-Convertible-Lo/75155110 Monday's RNS highlights the large number of convertible loan notes outstanding: 213,800 convertible @ 1.1p, = 19,436,363 new shares if converted 100,000 convertible @ 1.5p, = 6,666,667 new shares if converted = 26,103,030 new shares if all converted + 64,786,721 shares currently in issue, would = 90,889,751 shares, i.e. a 40.3% increase At the current FBDU share price of 3.125p, that would equate to a market capitalisation of £2.84M. Conversion of these convertible loan notes doesn't bring in any more cash, as the money was subscribed in 2015, although it does reduce/remove the convertible loan debt.
03/7/2017
11:13
yasx: *If this has the ability to 'revolutionise' a billion dollar market in the near term, why did Feedback, who essentially developed it, let it go to Trevor Brown for 45k only months ago? *If it so clear to you that this will capture billions or tens of millions in sales very soon, why did the founder sell it to Feedback last year for one grand? *Why did Brown sell it to FBDU last month for 240k rather than keeping this gargantuan business soon to be yielding billions for himself? Philanthropy? "the aggregate purchase price for the Target, on the basis that 8,000,000 Consideration Shares would still be issued to the Sellers, is now £240,000 as the Company’s share price at suspension was £0.03" *As for all these sales,it is not even ready to be sold, nor is it even certain that it will clear hurdles to be able to be sold. From the prospectus last month: " In the event that the results from the fourth study are unsatisfactory the StoneChecker product may require further trials in order to prove whether or not it is capable of commercial sales" FBDU's words, not mine. *This is what the Co. expects in terms of next years sales: "it will be possible to sell 30 units of the one-off server version of the software in the UK during the first twelve months of launching the StoneChecker product at a target price of £15,000 per licence" ie £450k. That is sales, not profit. So, strip out all the cash and investment to get to that stage, hardly a monumental offering is it. Obviously, the 450k raised is all but accounted for (the prospectus details in itemised form how the funds will be used for purposes of ongoing trials and obtaining regulatory approvals. Where will they get additional funds from to develop and market this next year? Don't ask me, ask the Co, it clearly states: "Once the Net Proceeds have been exhausted, the Company will be dependent on the income generated by the Target and its business to meet the Company’s expenses and operating cash requirements" Think those 450k in anticipated sales not likely to go very far next year...
12/5/2016
10:39
scotty666: I buy into quite a few shell companies but dont see the value proposition in this one at face value (unless they pull off a great deal); Fully diluted the market cap is approx 1.5M v 0.3k cash? Fully diluted NAV per share is close to 0.85p v 3p share price ? Are those figures more or less in line with holders views on here, or have I missed something in by calcs. Thanks for any feedback
29/8/2015
14:28
3riddler: Old story: The shares are down 50%, the profits are poor and there was no dividend, so things aren't that good for the company. However it is sitting on £6m of freehold property and has net debt of only £2m. The year's share price high was 251¼p and word is if Sir Tom was to table a cash bid in the region of £50m, or £2 a share, everything in the garden would be rosy.
26/4/2013
08:42
spob: remember this .... Yesterday's trading: Flying Brands is Hunter's prey Geoff Foster, Daily Mail 8 August 2008, 7:47am Green fingered Scottish entrepreneur Sir Tom Hunter is going shopping in Jersey. Via West Coast Capital, his private equity vehicle, he has made a takeover approach for Flying Brands sending shares of the gardening and flowers group up 17½p to 71½p. He sits on 29.9% of the St Lawrence-based company so is starting negotiations from a position of strength. Hunter already owns Dobbies Garden Centres, Wyevale Garden Centres and the Blooms of Bressingham chain. Flying Brands is an obvious bolt-on with Hunter obviously wanting to get his hands on its Gardening Direct online business. The shares are down 50%, the profits are poor and there was no dividend, so things aren't that good for the company. However it is sitting on £6m of freehold property and has net debt of only £2m. The year's share price high was 251¼p and word is if Sir Tom was to table a cash bid in the region of £50m, or £2 a share, everything in the garden would be rosy.
20/4/2010
10:36
cockneyrebel: yep I shouldn't even let these trolls have the pleasure of a reply I know. Just so you don't get fooled by Lowry (aka dnfa1975) tho - this is one of his posts above as GYAU: "GYAU - 4 Aug'09 - 14:38 - 48 of 400 From an article in the mail last year when tommy hunter wanted to bid However it is sitting on £6m of freehold property and has net debt of only £2m. The year's share price high was 251¼p and word is if Sir Tom was to table a cash bid in the region of £50m, or £2 a share, everything in the garden would be rosy." Also there at that time ramping away as WhiteRussians. The guys a serial multi-handled ramper/deramperb - lives at home with his mum too - pretty sad. CR
11/4/2010
21:08
cockneyrebel: Good time to buy when the share price is wrong - if the shareprice was always right nobody would make money. Debenhams share price said different a few weeks ago. Garden Centre overflowing today. CR
11/4/2010
20:14
ls lowry: Share price says different. You only have to look at retail shops almost permanent sales. Everyone is slashing prices reduced prices means less profits.
30/1/2010
16:53
ls lowry: If there is anyone that hasen't a clue its you. You take a stop loss on QED then buy back in again only to see the share price fall back again below your previous stop loss. Not very clever imo.
29/1/2010
21:31
ls lowry: Another CR ramp. CR sold took a stop loss in QED below 60p then bought back in again to see the share price go back down yet again below his previus stop loss. The guys a clueless gambler.
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