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|That is another huge director buy similar to the ones in May and at a much higher price.|
|Something seems unfair here first trade 501p and yet the sell price is 489p. It's not been over 500p for......|
|Lots of director share buying as well. All looks very good here.|
|1st deal 22 units sell|
|This looks really good now. The US investment is starting to come good. If they can crack the US then this is going to be an excellent ride for the next five years.|
|First trade of the day 24 units|
|Famous 24 units sold on the first trade of the day|
|Oh look 24 units as the first trade|
|Do we have 24 units as the first trade of the day?|
|Another 26 unit at the start|
|500p,600p.700p, the futures bright the futures homeserve !!|
|By the sounds of it Honeserve could be in a bit of trouble. Im hearing from there main contractors that thousands of pounds of payments have not been made the last few weeks. This adds up nationally to millions of pounds owed to contractors. Not looking good.|
|Famous twenty something sell first trade 24|
|Looks to be a good deal today. If the US business starts to gain critical mass then this could be a game changer.|
|Another 26 unit sell at the start. Why?|
|How many times do we see the first trade of the day to be 24 or 26 units?|
|Opening spread 402 - 412.9|
|Opening spread 402-412|
|Opening spread 402-414First trade of the day a sell 26 units @ 415|
|Opening spread 410-428|
|Opening spread 414.4-427.5|
|So someone sells at 422 then the share price drops down to 415 buy and 413 sellWhy ?????|
|Anyone noticed the first trade is usually 27 units and also on opening the spread is quite high|
Subject to shareholder approval at the AGM, the Board proposes the payment of a special dividend of 30 pence per existing ordinary share. Payment would be made to shareholders who are on the register of members at 5.00pm on 17 July 2015. The special dividend is expected to be paid to shareholders on 24 July 2015.
It is proposed that the payment of the special dividend be accompanied by a consolidation of the Company's ordinary issued share capital. The consolidation will replace every 14 existing ordinary shares of 2.5 pence each with 13 new ordinary shares of 2(9) /(13) pence each. Fractional entitlements arising from the share consolidation will be aggregated and sold in the market as soon as practicable on behalf of the relevant shareholders. The net proceeds of the sale, after the deduction of expenses of the sale, are expected to be paid in due proportion to the relevant shareholders on 24 July 2015, except that individual amounts of GBP3 or less will be donated to Marie Curie Cancer Care, the Company's charity partner.
At the close of business on 5 June 2015 (being the latest practicable date prior to the publication of the Shareholder Circular), when there were 331,332,902 existing ordinary shares in issue, the total amount of the special dividend was equivalent to approximately 7 per cent of the market capitalisation of the Company. The effect of the share consolidation will be to reduce the number of existing ordinary shares in issue by approximately the same percentage.
As all ordinary shares will be consolidated, each shareholder's shareholding as a proportion of the total number of issued ordinary shares in the share capital of the Company will be the same immediately before and after the implementation of the share consolidation (save in respect of fractional entitlements).
The expected timetable for the final dividend, AGM, special dividend and share consolidation is set out below:|