|Independent Media Support Group
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|Independent Media Support Daily Update: Independent Media Support Group is listed in the sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IMS. The last closing price for Independent Media Support was 0.13p.|
Independent Media Support Group has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 26,087,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Independent Media Support Group is £33,913.10.
|ironhorse: INQUIRY INTO IMS SELLING LIKELY
Heavy trades in IMS, minutes before trading in the company
was suspended, are expected to be reviewed by the LSE and FSA.
IMS Group resells telecoms services. It had said on
Friday talks with a private investor had broken down. The FSA
suspended IMS shares on Monday lunchtime "pending clarification
of the company's financial position". The share price dropped
from 91/4p to 41/2p. Millions of shares are believed to have
been sold, with one investor off-loading 4.5 percent of the
company's stock in a single transaction.|
|bb007: I don't think people should write nasty things about the IMS share holders everybody want to make money here to loose all the money on a share is not very nice thing if you don't have a warm heart and you don' feel sorry for them please give youself a break and let the share holders have a peaceful time as well
Note; I am not a share holder of IMS|
|markt: What fun !!
the lower the share price goes the less interesting the company shares are as a buy in my view !!
But the lower the share price gives them less and less chance of using the shares as a tool to try and raise some cash to keep going !!
The debt of 14M quid also gets bigger as a % relative to the cap. value of the company. And however much the share price falls (1p, 2p, 4p ???) the debt of 14M sits there like a rock unchanged !!|
|nghomi: I agree with uncle norman!!!! I don't believe that things are as bad as people think, Why don't directors inform investors on how much they need? Comparing to "Thus plc", I think the company is worth more than 60 million pounds including their debts. So even if they have 30 million pounds debt the share price should be around 90p! It is worth to make the risk and buy then now before they are 90p!!!:-) BUY now before it is too late!!|
|cyber investor: "There can be no guarantee that these discussions will be successful. "
I expect the share price to drop below 5p very soon|
|nghomi: IMS group share price is down more than 98% since its peak of almost £13 per share. Even if we exclude the teamtalk.com demerger, it is down from £8 to mere 29p. How many CEO do you know who have kept their jobs following such as a performance? Is it not his main job to add to the share holder value?|
|steadyeddy: IMS price rising without buys going through, something is definetly on.|
|nghomi: I am gald to hear that Mr Nicholas Froggatt, the finance director is being sacked! May be this is the reason that the share price is up 20% today!! It is time to BUY this stock. Hopefully the right person will be take over Mr Froggatt|
|master rsi: Very low start, with no movement on the share price , but at last a decent buy of 25.000 at full price.
Comments on Bloomberg TV was that the Telecom sector was moving the Market up, well IMS was ahead of that and moved up yesterday.|
|master rsi: The stock is bouncing back from is lows, after the company informed the market on 18 may 01 that profit will be below market expectations.
Since then HSBC have disposed of stock as has Standard life, disposed of all last friday. This has created big volume that day as new buyers were found, and since then the share price is rising.
Add to thad the Indicators RSI and Stochastic are at is lows ( ovesold position ) .
Volume today is rising, and the share price moved up with it. Bullish|
Independent Media Support share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange