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|Really when you look back most shareholders got ripped off with this company|
|Hoyer is the only other major stakeholder not to have pledged their 15% stake. Are they looking to make a counter bid. Come on Hoyer, let's have 11p please.
However I doubt it.|
Wow at last I have a winner!! I was beginning to think I was jinxed, still think Hartogh are getting this company for a bargain price though. 230mil turnover, debt reduced by 7mil & in profit come on...I think the Dutch are pulling a fast one.
|Well this morning's RNS was a bolt from the blue. Totally unexpected as I thought the one to bid for the company would most likely be Sinotrans. Pleased only as it frees up my cash after years of frustrations.|
|Well done to those that hung in there. A reasonable exit.|
the big fella
|Seems like the company has finally got the handle on costs.|
|What's going on here. A sudden spike in volume, seems like a fair bit on the buy side today. I guess in anticipation of the half year results due any day.|
|I only caught the mews briefly while travelling yesterday, and that's exactly what I wondered.
Checked my records this morning, and I have no idea where this prior 4% has suddenly come from.
Based on my earlier comments about how small the free float is, that is potentially a huge chunk of it|
|RNS-Cavendish Asset Management now holds 26,778,087 shares in Interbulk, an increase of 5,000,000 shares.
Now where did the original 21,778,087 shares get acquired from?|
|some big trades today, but hard to determine which were buys and sells|
|Seems like the analyst may have had a glass too many. 7.8p was their price target last year for the current year just ended with a EPS .67p.
Interbulk Group Plc (LON:INB)‘s stock had its “buy” rating reiterated by equities researchers at Westhouse Securities in a research report issued on Tuesday. They currently have a GBX 7.80 ($0.12) target price on the stock. Westhouse Securities’ price objective suggests a potential upside of 95.00% from the company’s current price.|
|That explains the reluctance on the part of the directors including the new CEO to purchase any shares in the company.
Has to be a bank re-negotiations on their loans as I just cannot see any other options such as a rights issue unless Sinotran comes to the rescue.|
|Paul Scott's excellent small cap report covered INB today
he speculates about fundraising to repair the balance sheet which is reasonable, but as far as I am concerned that was already done by Sintotrans joining the party in 2011. The debt, repayment schedule and interest rates are all considerably improved since then, yet share price is at a similar level.|
|Explains why they made the announcement today. Not very good reading and nor does the outlook.|
|As expected with a big fat writedown too
Still kicking off cash to reduce debt, although I'm slightly worried by the tone of the refinancing in 2015|
|Well davydoo, it seems like they will release one a couple of minutes before close on Christmas Eve or can we expect some other dramatic news.|
|I thought the same when they weren't out this morning|
|Yes the results won't make for pleasant reading otherwise they would have released them this week. Seems they will quietly release them next week so they don't get noticed.|
|Results are due this week. I expect the headline figures will be ugly, but like a big ugly container ship I still think most of the important stuff is under the water line, with good cash flow continuing to reduce debt.|
|Another 10% today and no one else talking. My favourite situation.|
|Its that small amount of shares in public hands that can move the share price 10% on the back of just 4 small trades not even worth £5,000|
|I am fascinated how small the shares in public hands are. I have only seen this previously when there was 1 or maybe 2 key holders, but here we have four major (industry related) investors.
I speculated about Koert Van Wissen's holding and looking back I realised that previous director Bill Thomson had a declared holding approaching 2%. Again, whether he has retained those or not makes a big difference to the shares available.|
|The incoming CEO has yet to dip his hand in his pocket.This has been a very frustrating investment for me. Only held on thinking Sinotrans would eventually bid for the company or was it a marriage of convenience for both.
Going on with my previous experience of Chinese involvement in listed companies, never again.|
|Koert Van Wissen owns 2,342,500 shares. About 0.5% of the company and about £111k at today's price. I wonder if he'll keep them?
I guess whatever he does he wont have to declare his actions anymore.
Therefore the amount considered in Public hands should increase from 14.59% to 15.09% and Koert Can Wissen will (for now) own about 3.4% of that.|