Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Foresight 4 LSE:FTF London Ordinary Share GB00B07YBS95 ORD 1P
  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 56.00p 60.00p 58.00p 58.00p 58.00p 3,333.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 1.8 3.1 18.7 22.25

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/6/2010
22:20
Fitness First limbers up for £2bn Far East float Analysts have suggested that a flotation of the company in either Singapore, Sydney or Hong Kong could value it at £1.5 billion to £2 billion http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/business/Retail_and_leisure/article329013.ece hey ho
qackers
06/1/2006
18:48
1)Are Fitness First still trading as a PLc? 2) Does anyone follow them and know what kind of state they are in finacially? I have heard rumors they are struggling and going on the fact that the cancelled 5 classes to save themselves £125 over the holiday period seems to fit. Why on earth would you upset £15k worth of annual membership to save a couple hundred quid and try putting membership up by £2pm in the same week? Initially we thought it was just the local gym but heard another cancelled 2 weeks worth. People are leaving at the drop of a hat now (or at least the members who attend for the studio classes are). Just wondered if anyone had heard anything.
hooya
31/5/2004
20:15
Well having dipped my toes in for the medium term on friday has anyone seen the newest fitness techniques which I beleive fitness first will be bringing into their gyms soon. Kettlebell training has just started taking off here and Im pretty sure they will be in every FF gym in the country soon.The Americans arewell into them just see www.powerseekers.com for more info or google it if youre not convinced
ctopchris
22/6/2003
18:52
Looks like the MBO has been blocked by Deutshe Bank.They have pver 10% holding in the company.
hotfinance14
18/3/2003
07:47
Independent Market Report - imminent bids for Fitness and Holmes By Michael Jivkov As shares across the board roared higher yesterday dealers reported particularly heavy buying of Fitness First, up 11.5p at 159p, amid talk that Mike Balfour, the chief executive of the health clubs operator, is about to table a formal bid for the group. Cinven, the private equity house, is believed to be backing the deal and, according to yesterday's gossip, it could value the group at up £200m, or 175p a share. Fitness First put itself up for sale at the end of last year after a massive profits warning that sent its share price plummeting. At the end of January the group admitted that it was in negotiations aimed at a management buyout and posted full-year pre-tax profits of £24m, up from £20m in the previous year. At the time Fitness First promised to deliver continued profit growth and said it would proceed with its plans to expand the business by opening more clubs. Analysts expect the group to add an extra 36 to its existing portfolio to take the total to 366. Elsewhere in the sector, Holmes Place ticked 0.75p higher to end at 26.5p as traders bet that ongoing bid talks may soon lead to a formal offer for the company. "It's not that long ago that the rival fitness club operator Cannons bid 200p for the group," noted one trader buying into the stock yesterday.
ludoo
18/3/2003
07:46
Independent Market Report - imminent bids for Fitness and Holmes By Michael Jivkov As shares across the board roared higher yesterday dealers reported particularly heavy buying of Fitness First, up 11.5p at 159p, amid talk that Mike Balfour, the chief executive of the health clubs operator, is about to table a formal bid for the group. Cinven, the private equity house, is believed to be backing the deal and, according to yesterday's gossip, it could value the group at up £200m, or 175p a share. Fitness First put itself up for sale at the end of last year after a massive profits warning that sent its share price plummeting. At the end of January the group admitted that it was in negotiations aimed at a management buyout and posted full-year pre-tax profits of £24m, up from £20m in the previous year. At the time Fitness First promised to deliver continued profit growth and said it would proceed with its plans to expand the business by opening more clubs. Analysts expect the group to add an extra 36 to its existing portfolio to take the total to 366. Elsewhere in the sector, Holmes Place ticked 0.75p higher to end at 26.5p as traders bet that ongoing bid talks may soon lead to a formal offer for the company. "It's not that long ago that the rival fitness club operator Cannons bid 200p for the group," noted one trader buying into the stock yesterday.
ludoo
17/3/2003
16:20
LAST MAN LEFT AT 161P, TWO MMS NOW AT 165P LAST CHANCES BEFORE MARKET CLOSES!!!
quickflutter
17/3/2003
16:20
LAST MAN LEFT AT 161P, TWO MMS NOW AT 165P LAST CHANCES BEFORE MARKET CLOSES!!!
quickflutter
17/3/2003
15:27
nobody else like
quickflutter
17/3/2003
15:07
big buyers, getting in ahead of bid. Must be soon 200p hopefully
quickflutter
17/3/2003
15:07
big buyers now, someone just gobbled 50k
quickflutter
17/3/2003
15:06
moving strongly now
quickflutter
17/3/2003
08:40
FITNESS FIRST - TAKE A LOOK, BIG BUYS AHEAD OF BID?
ludoo
11/3/2003
12:15
Do they have 12 mth contracts at FF or can you cancel anytime? Leisure is a luxury that will just not be around during the depression.
bristolbaz
11/3/2003
12:13
dunno, but some absolute cad keeps trying to get me to stop out. still hopefully he's lost his job next week. I'm goading him now. raise the price you bounder so I can short it some more. (I toned it down).
theape
10/3/2003
23:59
Why would you wanna buy these if they were even cheaper?!!
bristolbaz
10/3/2003
23:46
I thought MCD's were buying these out!
bristolbaz
10/3/2003
23:45
gift horse mouth look in don't
theape
06/3/2003
10:38
movements of about 15 percent have become almost a norm for this stock, is it really so illiquid? small holders bail out, investec seem to be happy to accumulate, no news ... any views?
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