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|In for another tranche @ 17.5|
|Anyone any comments on all the options and shares being sold!?|
|Just got my first lot in 4038@ 19.5
Many more to add on any weakness Dyor!
Great future this company has , Franco mancas are always
Busy places ,DP has done it before with pizza express
Great track record !|
|Worth squiriling some of these in a isa|
|Tasty PLC also reported £3.6m in impairments on 5 underperforming restaurants it has|
|Fulham Shore's Franco Manca to open in Debenhams Westfield store. Debs says has another 30 outlets where it will put some sort of food offer. Not all will be Franco's but could be interesting.|
|There is another trade there for 367,000 @ 18.00 on the same day. Looks more like an error|
09/04/2015 11:20:35 FUL 20.00 O 15,000
09/04/2015 11:17:51 FUL 20.00 O 23,795
08/04/2015 16:32:07 FUL 19.50 O 367,000
08/04/2015 16:32:07 FUL 18.00 O 0
08/04/2015 11:28:59 FUL 20.00 O 50,000
that 367k one is £ 71565
|you guys looked at CAKE run by pizza boy|
|FUL was the top riser today:
LSE % Gainers Top Lists
EPIC Name %
FUL Fulham Sho +32%
Price Price Change [%] Bid Offer Open High Low Volume
22.75 5.5 [31.88] 22.00 23.50 17.75 23.00 17.75 619,051
Market Cap. [m] Shares In Issue [m] Beta EPS DPS PE Ratio Yield 52-Wks-Range
50.56 222.26 - - - - - 23.00 - 7.00
The company has received lots of press coverage in the last couple of days, e.g. -
"Fulham Shore swallows Franco Manca pizza chain in £27.5 million deal
RUSSELL LYNCH AND CLARE HUTCHISON
Published: 30 March 2015 Updated: 15:12, 30 March 2015
City restaurateur David Page’s Fulham Shore vehicle has spent £27.5 million on its latest venture, snapping up Franco Manca.
The sourdough pizza chain was founded by Giuseppe Mascoli and started with one restaurant in Brixton Market in 2008.
It now has 10 branches across the capital, including two which arrived last year in South Kensington and East Dulwich.
Fullham Shore already operated the Tottenham Court Road Franco Manca, a relationship that encouraged Fullham to pursue the deal.
"Franco Manca's short, simple menu can support good restaurant margins. This has been demonstrated by the Group's existing franchise at Tottenham Court Road which has been operating for over a year," it said in a statement.
Page, a 30-year veteran of Pizza Express, also founded and chaired Clapham House, the owner of the Gourmet Burger Kitchen and Bombay Bicycle Club.
Franco Manca will join the Real Greek restaurant chain as part of Fullham Shore's portfolio."
|Please note the following thread which may be of interest:
"THE REVERSE TAKEOVERS & SHELLS THREAD (RTO)"
A Fulham Shore post from that thread:
Hedgehog 100 2 Oct'14 - 18:11 - 380 of 555 0 0 edit
" "The Real Greek set to join the party with AIM listing
Last updated at 12:01AM, October 1 2014
It may brand itself as a proper Greek restaurant chain, and even has live bouzouki music but it is years since anybody smashed a plate at a branch of The Real Greek — at least deliberately.
David Page, the former PizzaExpress boss who is bringing the chain to AIM, said that the perception of Greek restaurants as a place to quaff “undrinkable wine”, dance on tables and smash plates was “rather out-of-date” and at odds with The Real Greek concept. ... "
The chain and its seven restaurants will join the stock market by means of a RTO of Fulham Shore, a cash shell set up by Mr. Page almost three years ago.
Fulham Shore is currently listed on the ISDX, and will move to an AIM quote.
( http://www.isdx.com/forcompanies/ourcompanies/companydetail/default.aspx?securityid=1934029 )
The acquisition values Kefi, the holding company of The Real Greek, at £13.9M.
As part of the listing, the company plans to raise £1.6M. for expansion via a subscription for more shares, giving a market value of £20M."|
|upbeat rns today
up 21% currently|
|Half year profits of £59,000, market cap circa 40 million !!
Looks like yet another pump and dump situation to me.|
|Beautiful chart. FUL momentum very strong. And just a tiny 1m shares in free float.|
|free stock charts from uk.advfn.com|
|FUL is run by a Pizza Express executive and was recently tipped by the Independent newspaper:
|Trading volumes in FUL today were huge *35 times higher than normal*, accompanied by a +19% rise in the FUL shareprice.|
|Momentum is very strong for FUL right now. A well-run company swimming in spare cash.|
|Got off to a solid start when it floated
one to put on the watchlist IMO|
|News item 16th Jul :-
Leading independent utilities company Fulcrum, the only connections business of its kind with nationwide coverage, is to showcase new services during its first-ever appearance at The Energy Event at the Birmingham NEC in September.
Fulcrum will be spotlighting its Multi-Utility connections service alongside new, free gas pipework Inspection and Maintenance "MOT" checks.
"Fulcrum has come a long way in the two years since it severed ties with National Grid," said Fulcrum Sales and Marketing Director Richard Atkinson.
"As the UK's definitive exhibition for energy professionals, we will be using The Energy Event as a reminder that we are no longer simply a gas connections company and now offer a wide and varied range of truly customer-focused energy solutions that meet the needs of today's market in a flexible and cost effective way."
Fulcrum's stand at the exhibition, which runs over September 11-12, will include videos of recent connections along with interactive information tablets and company service literature.
"The key thing for us is the chance to talk with, and listen to, both existing customers and new contacts," said Richard. "Our business development team will be on hand for all those who want to discover the benefits that choosing Fulcrum now offers."
See Fulcrum on Stand F40 in the Hall 7-8 area of the NEC on September 11th and 12th
Entry to The Energy Event 2012 is free for visitors who pre-register at www.theenergyevent.com prior to arrival. Normal entrance fee is £30.|
|Finally arrived in nominee account today - now 5 days to clear...|
|Cheque arrived Monday|