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|too much conversation ?|
|I sent my cheque off yesterday, it's nice to finally get something in life that's virtually for free.|
|what should we be doing with these warrents ?????|
|is this the right thread for eurotunnel. very quiet?|
|TSEG ;) multi-bagger!!! DYOR|
|Any thoughts on invitation to join "Le Shuttle Club" by 15 July in order to keep travel privileges? ETAG say don't sign.|
|There is something strange happening to the price on the LSE.
According to Eurotunnel, the price was 7.84 at 13:18 BST on Euronext and 7.86 at 13:24 BST on the LSE.
Euronext shows the last trade at 13:41 BST as 7.779.
The LSE gave the price at 13:48 BST as 3.43.
It might be worth checking whether other stocks quoted in Euros are suffering problems.
john of groats
|any1 know whats happened here ? down 50% no news|
|ETAG article on travel priveleges
|ETAG's take on it
|I have held 1000 shares since 1985 - I did not accept the offer a couple of years ago in order to retain my travel priveleges. I am trying to get my head round the latest documentation received about simplifying the structure.
Have had a quick look at the ETAG site and did not spot any new info there.
Please could someone correct any errors and omissions below:
- I will get 1 share in GET SA (worth about 4 euros looking at the chart above?)
- My travel priveleges will be retained (these were suspended after the recent fire, are they back to normal now?)
- Apparently I hold TNU units in TNU SA and TNU PLC. I am confused about what the current proposal does and what might happen later.
- I am not sure whether I need to fill in and return the form or whether the change will happen automatically.
Apologies for being lazy but it could be useful to get the info documented here to help others as well as me.
Thanks in advance|
|Eurotunnel to pay first dividend
That ought to be good news for shareholders.|
|Plus de vendeurs que d'acheteurs.|
|the reason for the fall today is????|
|Je ne sais pas if there's anyone here, but price seems a little volatile of late?|
|Exactment. But there is no NEED for extra 3 days for Crest; nor was it publicised to UK holders. Except when you saw the form.
A bas les Francaises perfides.|
I cannot remember exactly when I received the form but I know I did post it on the 8th and had sat on it for several days before that. The form was quite specific about the deadline of the 13th. I assume you took the deadline of the 16th from the GETS announcement/newsletter which applied to holders of shares, not CDIs.
john of groats
|You guys that did not have enough time to return the forms by deadline will at least have the "rights" sold and receive a payment. How much you get will depend on when / where sold as London / Paris not always moving in tandem - see todays close at 11.78 Paris and sudden late drop to 10.75 London.
PS - thanks John O'G for earlier replies to myself and others - you seem to have answers when others have questions.|
|John of Groats - I'm with Barclays stockbrokers, says it all really! Now the issue is out of the way, they rocket...simply because I couldn't get any!
Anyone know the % take up?|
|I cannot remember when I received my letter from Computershare but it was around the 3rd of May with a deadline of 13th May. I posted the form on the 8th and the cheque was cleared on the 15th.
Computershare was the UK registrar for ETL and is now the UK registrar for GETS. I held my ETL shares in certificate form and these were converted to CREST Depository Interests (effectively GETS shares) in a Computershare nominee account. That is why I had plenty of time to act, though still three days less than French shareholders, as Computershare needed to clear my cheque before passing the money to the French registrar by the 16th May deadline.
If you held ETL shares in, say, a Barclays nominee account, they would have been converted to CDIs in a Barclays nominee account. There would be a delay between Computershare posting the forms to Barclays and Barclays forwarding one to you. Barclays would have to clear your cheque before passing the money to Computershare (the UK registrar) by 13th May. So your deadline would be around three days before the deadline for Computershare nominee account holders.
Life is hard but rules are rules. For the future, it would be best to ensure that your CDIs are held in a Computershare nominee account, IMHO.
john of groats