Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Global Brands LSE:GBR London Ordinary Share LU0726886947 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.19p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 0.0 -0.2 -0.1 - 0.67

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14/6/2015
15:34
Ichimoku has issued 3 strong bulls since MAY Global Brands United Kingdom 12-Jun-15 0.255 ▲ Fri GBR London 11-Jun-15 0.250 Bull Tenkan/Kijun Cross Strong " " Bull Senkou Span Cross Strong 10-Jun-15 Price crossed below Kijun Sen Click for more information (Opens popup window) 0.270 Bear Kijun Sen Cross Weak 20-May-15 0.175 Bull Chikou Span Cross Strong " " Bull Kumo Breakout
oilbuy
09/6/2015
14:14
will it hold sw ?
oilbuy
09/6/2015
14:09
breaking out
still waiting
09/6/2015
12:43
Nice to see some buyers back !
oilbuy
04/6/2015
08:19
when this one moves hope no one will say pump and dump it is crystal clear where this one is going.
aries2000
04/6/2015
08:00
wonder if it's anything to do with what's happening at the moment with the HH stocks ? they've just announced hiring a big hitter with a background in large corporates, they've re-emphasised their interest late last night in uk oil and gas assets and the chairman Gerwyn Williams was involved in the original transfer of licences to Ukog
aimshare
04/6/2015
06:59
The Board notes the UK government's policy for self sufficiency in energy and that it is looking increasingly to shale gas to displace imported gas. The Board is firmly of the view that tremendous opportunities exist in this area and consequently intends focusing the bulk of its investing activities in on-shore UK oil and gas opportunities. Target investments will include a variety of investing and acquisition activities in private companies which hold interests in petroleum exploration development licences ("PEDLS"). The Company will seek to co-invest with such companies in exchange for an economic interest. As noted above, such co-investments include the provision of financing by way of farm-ins, earn-ins, loans, equity and other forms of financing and investments. As it is highly likely that UK gas prices will reduce if large scale onshore gas production is successful, the Company will also consider investments in associated infrastructure that may include electrical generation from gas. Electricity prices are expected to rise due to a shortage of generating capacity in the UK caused by high emission stations closing in 2015. As new nuclear stations will take time to bring online, a viable short term solution would be modular gas fired generating stations that can be built quickly. Investments in such infrastructure will support the investment strategy as, in the face of falling gas prices, onshore producers are likely to be in a competitive position vis a vis imports and offshore gas producers. The Board expects that such investments might typically represent in excess of 80% of the Company's portfolio at times and in certain circumstances may be represented by a single investment. The Board recognises the inherent risks of such investments but believes that these offer Shareholders significant upside potential. In order to offset some of the risk as well as to provide the Company with access to working capital, the Board intends investing part of its portfolio in large, stable diversified quoted oil and gas and commodities companies. Shareholders should be aware however, that such investments may only represent a small portion of the Company's portfolio at any point in time. It is expected that returns to Shareholders would be initially in the form of capital appreciation but the Directors will consider the payment of dividends if and when the Company has sufficient cash resources and distributable reserves.
aries2000
04/6/2015
06:54
The Board is firmly of the view that tremendous opportunities exist in this area and consequently intends focusing the bulk of its investing activities in on-shore UK oil and gas opportunities. Target investments will include a variety of investing and acquisition activities in private companies which holdinterests in petroleum exploration development licences ("PEDLS").
aimshare
03/6/2015
17:04
Gerwyn Williams says he will continue to fund the company shame on you derampers.
aries2000
03/6/2015
17:02
KeywordCompanyEPIC/TIDMSEDOL/ISINNews Price Announcements Fundamentals News Article RSS Global Brands S.A. (GBR) Add to Alerts list Print Mail a friend Wednesday 03 June, 2015 Global Brands S.A. Final Results Global Brands S.A. ("Global Brands" or the "Company") Preliminary Results for the 12 months ended 31 December 2014 The Directors of Global Brands are pleased to announce the preliminary unaudited results of the Company for the year ended 31 December 2014. The audited annual accounts for the year ended 31 December 2014 will shortly be sent to shareholders and will also be available on the Company's website at hxxp://www.globalbrands.ch/. CHAIRMAN'S STATEMENT Global Brands became an Investing Company under the AIM Rules on 17 February 2012. On 18 March 2013, shareholders approved the new investing policy which is to make investments and acquisitions, either through the issues of securities or for cash, in quoted and non-quoted companies and their securities, in the commodities sector with an emphasis on oil and gas service sectors. Such investments include the provision of financing by way of farm-ins, earn-ins, loans, equity or other forms of financing and investments in and to companies in these sectors. John Killer Chairman DIRECTORS' REPORT Principal activity The principal activity of the Company during the year under review was to make investments and acquisitions, either through the issues of securities or for cash, in quoted and non-quoted companies and their securities, in the commodities sector with an emphasis on oil and gas and oil and gas service sectors. Such investments include the provision of financing by way of farm-ins, earn-ins, loans, equity or other forms of financing and investments in and to companies in these sectors. Investing policy The Board notes the UK government's policy for self sufficiency in energy and that it is looking increasingly to shale gas to displace imported gas. The Board is firmly of the view that tremendous opportunities exist in this area and consequently intends focusing the bulk of its investing activities in on-shore UK oil and gas opportunities. Target investments will include a variety of investing and acquisition activities in private companies which hold interests in petroleum exploration development licences ("PEDLS"). The Company will seek to co-invest with such companies in exchange for an economic interest. As noted above, such co-investments include the provision of financing by way of farm-ins, earn-ins, loans, equity and other forms of financing and investments. As it is highly likely that UK gas prices will reduce if large scale onshore gas production is successful, the Company will also consider investments in associated infrastructure that may include electrical generation from gas. Electricity prices are expected to rise due to a shortage of generating capacity in the UK caused by high emission stations closing in 2015. As new nuclear stations will take time to bring online, a viable short term solution would be modular gas fired generating stations that can be built quickly. Investments in such infrastructure will support the investment strategy as, in the face of falling gas prices, onshore producers are likely to be in a competitive position vis a vis imports and offshore gas producers. The Board expects that such investments might typically represent in excess of 80% of the Company's portfolio at times and in certain circumstances may be represented by a single investment. The Board recognises the inherent risks of such investments but believes that these offer Shareholders significant upside potential. In order to offset some of the risk as well as to provide the Company with access to working capital, the Board intends investing part of its portfolio in large, stable diversified quoted oil and gas and commodities companies. Shareholders should be aware however, that such investments may only represent a small portion of the Company's portfolio at any point in time. It is expected that returns to Shareholders would be initially in the form of capital appreciation but the Directors will consider the payment of dividends if and when the Company has sufficient cash resources and distributable reserves. Review of business As announced on 6 February 2014, warrants representing 687,698 shares were transferred to Templeton Securities Limited (Templeton). Templeton exercised its warrants over 687,698 ordinary shares on 6 February 2014. Alexander David exercised its warrants over 3,896,957 ordinary shares on 10 February 2014. As a result, the Company issued and alloted a total of 4,584,655 new ordinary shares to raise £9,169.31. The 4,584,655 new ordinary shares in the Company were admitted to AIM on 12 February 2014. During the period, the Company was advanced a loan of GBP (£) 300,000 by Gerwyn Llewellyn Williams a Director/Shareholder of the Company. The terms of this loan and the basis on which it has been advanced are disclosed in the notes to these financial statements. Total operating costs for the period amounted to GBP (£) 162,781 (2013: GBP (£) 195,347). The Group losses for the year were GBP (£) 160,062 (2013 loss: GBP (£) 194,073).
aries2000
03/6/2015
17:02
NO DILUTION DERAMPERS LAIRS.
aries2000
03/6/2015
08:14
a press piece statement from Gerwyn Williams: AN “enormous̶1; amount of gas exists below ground in South Wales, according to an energy company chairman keen to explore its potential. Gerwyn Williams, chairman of UK Onshore Gas Limited, whose subsidiary companies Methane UK Ltd and Coastal Oil and Gas Ltd hold licences to explore South Wales, has test drilled for gas in Banwen, Port Talbot and has permission to do so near Cwmavon and at the RSPCA Llys Nini centre near Penllergaer. He told MPs on the Welsh Affairs Select Committee last November: “There is an enormous amount of gas in South Wales and I've spent my life in the mining industry - 22 years for British Coal and then in private mines, and they've virtually all gone. “But the energy source is still there and in my view we should be exploiting it.” Mr Williams also gave evidence to Assembly members in March last year. He said: “There have been problems with shale gas in the USA: there is no denying that. The difference between the UK and the US is that there are different sets of legislation. We are far better governed in the UK than the industry in the USA is.” He added: “As far as the economics of the industry is concerned, we believe that, because of the work we have done so far, we can extract the gas economically and it would be of huge benefit for Wales in kick-starting the economy and providing jobs.”
aimshare
02/6/2015
12:09
WELL UNDER THE RADAR HERE this could be big comp soon has all the makings.buy them and sit on them for the nxt few months
mally6
02/6/2015
08:18
Get your sub one million market cap stocks on this thread quick.!!!! THE 2015 TEN BAGGER THREAD STARTS TODAY:
ten bag man
01/6/2015
13:41
and appointed a big hitter too : In addition, the Company is pleased to announce the appointment of Gary Neville as a Director to the Company with immediate effect. Mr Gary Arthur Neville (aged 58) has an infrastructure, project finance, management consultancy and accountancy background. Until recently, Mr Neville was Managing Partner and Chief Investment Officer of the manager of the InfraMed Infrastructure ($500m) targeting transport, power and urban infrastructure projects in the SEMED region. The fund became substantially invested within 3 1/2 years of his joining. Investments include deep-water port, wind farm, CCGT, and oil & gas projects. Mr Neville was formerly CEO of the exclusive investment advisor to Infrastructure India plc (LSE Main List) and was responsible for the origination and execution of infrastructure investments in India. Infrastructure India plc became substantially invested within four months taking stakes in projects in the transport and power sectors and a substantial pipeline of future opportunities developed in the chosen sectors. Mr Neville was previously a main board director of John Laing plc, one of the largest publicly quoted PPP/PFI infrastructure investors in the UK at the time, with the responsibility of managing and growing the John Laing infrastructure asset portfolio during the period the company was transformed from a construction company into an infrastructure investor. His responsibilities included asset acquisitions, disposals and refinancing, and project monitoring and he also sat on the company’s investment committee. Mr Neville joined John Laing plc in 2001 and left in 2007 after overseeing its sale to Henderson for in excess of £1 billion. John Laing plc delivered circa 45% IRR for investors from Oct 2001 to the date of its acquisition in Dec 2006. Mr Neville was also the CEO of Laing’s FSA authorised fund management entity. At John Laing, Mr Neville represented the company on several PFI SPV entity boards.
aimshare
01/6/2015
13:05
Infinity Energy
alexios1201
31/5/2015
09:30
Global brands EGM on the first of June has specific reasons. Possibly the reason they didn't RTO UKOG was because the company is an investing company and we're not allowed an RTO. Now that is going to be change along with the company name ! ("Global Brands" or the "Company") Statement re share price movement Notice of Extraordinary and Annual General MeetingThe Board of Global Brands notes the sharp increase in the Company's shareprice this morning. The Board is not aware of any reason for the pricemovement.The Company has sent notice to shareholders of an Extraordinary and AnnualGeneral Meeting of the Company to be held on 1 June 2015 at 11.00 a.m. (CENTRALEUROPEAN TIME) at the Etude Notaire Me Grethen Léonie, 10 Avenue Guillaume,L-1650 Luxembourg in respect of the Extraordinary General Meeting and at 1.00 p.m.(CENTRAL EUROPEAN TIME) at the registered office 19, rue Eugène Ruppert, L-2453Luxembourg in respect of the Annual General Meeting, in order to deliberate andvote on the following: A. AGENDA - Extraordinary General Meeting (notarial deed): 1. Convening formalities; 2. To remove and change the corporate object of the Company article 4.1 of the Articles to; "The Company is an investing company as defined by the AIM Rules of the London Stock Exchange. The company has its business purpose, investment, operating in the commodities sector with an emphasis on oil and gas and gas services. Such investments include the provision of financing by way of farm-ins, earn-ins, loans, equity or other forms of financing and investments in and to companies in these sectors." 3. To change the name of the Company into Infinity Energy S.A.; 4. To authorize and empower the board of directors ("the Board of Directors") for a period of five (5) years from June 1, 2015 to realize any increase of the corporate capital within the limits of the authorized corporate capital in one or several successive tranches, by the issuance of new shares, against payment in cash or in kind, by conversion of claims or convertible securities, upon the exercise of warrants or stock options, incorporation of (distributable) reserves of the corporation or in any other manner, to determine the place and date of the issue or the successive issues, the issue price, the terms and conditions of the subscription of and paying up on the new shares; and to remove or limit the preferential subscription right of the shareholders in case of issue of shares against payment in cash;
oilbuy
30/5/2015
22:48
fracking methods have moved on there too. NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Last summer a Halliburton executive did the unthinkable: He took a big ol' swig of hydraulic fracturing fluid. No, he didn't have a death wish. And yes, he appears to be doing just fine. He did it to prove a point: fracking fluid need not be toxic. What the exec drank was a new formulation of fracking fluid made with ingredients sourced from the food industry rather than the chemical industry. As public concern over the controversial practice of fracking mounts, Halliburton and a host of other companies are racing to fill a major void: finding a way of cracking rock to unlock oil and natural gas that is also environmentally benign. There are still a host of concerns surrounding fracking that aren't addressed by changing the fluid or purifying the water. But as more firms bring innovative technologies to market, chances grow that this technology might someday be embraced by the general public. Fracking fluid from the food industry: Halliburton announced its new fracking formulation earlier this year to relatively little fanfare. Traditional fracking fluids rely of hydrochloric acids and other chemicals that allow the industry to crack shale rock. The technology has unleashed a boom in domestic energy production, but it's also raised concerns over water contamination. Halliburton's new fracking formula and methods "don't quite call for the downhole delivery of fruits and vegetables," the company's web site reads. "But it does rely on some of the same acids and enzymes present in those items to create one of the most innovative and environmentally safe fracture solutions ever conceived."
aimshare
30/5/2015
17:27
The truth about fracking. Wasting a precious resource like fresh water to extract gas is criminal. nevermind the pollution to the atmosphere and water table. Imagine what the people in the future will think of us as water becomes even more scarce. Will our children and grandchilden thank us for allowing such a stupid thing like fracking to happen? http://www.cbc.ca/natureofthings/episodes/shattered-ground
induna123
29/5/2015
18:15
Breakout above the bollinger band
oilbuy
29/5/2015
18:15
Breakout above the bollinger band
oilbuy
29/5/2015
16:12
half a mill or 1 mill though, compare that to the capitalisations of ukog, dor, edr, eog, ujo, hur, alba, stg, solo, igas, wlfe, sxx, etcetc, all with interests in uk licences and varying resources.
aimshare
29/5/2015
15:43
The fully-diluted market cap. here could be more than double that shown, because of £300K. of previous convertible loan notes (i.e. prior to the new facility), with no minimum conversion price: 20/08/2014 12:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Global Brands S.A. Half-yearly Report " ... 7. Convertible Loan On 6 February 2014, Global Brands also announced that it had secured a convertible loan facility for up to GBP300,000 from Mr Williams. As at 30 June 2014, Mr Williams had provided the Company with GBP80,000 in funds under the facility. On 23 July 2014, the Company announced that the terms of the facility had been modified and funds drawn down under the facility will no longer be used to cover the due diligence and other costs associated with the acquisition of UKOG but will instead be used for working capital and investment purposes in accordance with the Company's investing policy. The Company has drawn down a further GBP220,000 to the Company under the facility. The key terms of the loan facility are as follows: * the total facility is GBP300,000; * GBP80,000 has previously been drawn down to support the Company's working capital requirements; * A further GBP220,000 has been drawn down by the Company for working capital and investment purposes; * The drawn down loan amount bears interest at rate of 6% per annum; * The outstanding loan amount shall be held on a loan account. Mr Williams may at any time elect that the Outstanding Loan Amount (in whole or in part) be converted into shares in the Company at the lower of: * + a price of GBP0.003 per share; or + a price equating to a 10% discount on the market price at the date of conversion. ..." http://uk.advfn.com/news/UKREG/2014/article/63317833
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