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|The new symbol is now INVU.
(NVUK became obsolete yesterday.)
There's already a thread been opened, so may as well use this one now:
|A little snippet from today's Times:
"Tiddler to watch
Invu, the document search software group, down ¾p to 28½p, is buying out its shares on Nasdaq's OTC market to leave AIM as its sole listing. Whispers have it that Ergo, its social networking product, which was launched last week, is intended to go into Dell PCs. Microsoft may also be interested, according to Panmure Gordon."|
|Your query's far too complicated for a thicko like me. Sorry I can't help Bludax.
Regards, Domestos (thick & strong)|
|Good to learn that the share reorganisation proceeds. (RNS 6.11.07).
Is there any accountant out there who can confirm (or otherwise!) that it would make sense to delay returning the Form of Representation until after 4.15 on 3rd December? so that instead of a straight swap of shares, and therefore issue/purchase price, the resulting new Class A shares would have a rebased issue price of whatever the price is on 6th December, say 28.5p (present mid price), thus reducing potential future capital gains tax issues. [My existing holding is small enough not to exceed the CGT allowance if I take 28.5p as a sale price on my original purchase.]
Thanks in advance.
|IC Tip Update, 20 August 2007. Good Value.
|Bad bottom line flagged by trading update. Still very uncertin what the results when released will do to the share price. If a bad hair day in the market at the time of release could well see a significant mark down as could postpone time to when we can expect a dividend. (IMO & DYOR)
|UPdate is released today, it is as many expected, higher costs due to re-org/new hires, revs/order book now up, but historical numbers will show a hit on the bottom line...
|AGM on Tuesday, should also see the issue of a trading update. Is anyone planning to Attend?|
|Just over two weeks until the AGM. They usually issue trading update at this time, so hopefully we'll start to hear how things are developing with Sage etc, and hopefully a couple of new partnerships.|
|When NVU listed on AIM, 6 Jan 2004 it raised approximately £2.47m. So I agree, paying £2m is a lot to pay to sort out the "overly complex capital structure" of the initial placing.
But if that was the best way of raising the funds to expand the business, then the £2m its going to cost to get rid of the 2 classes of shares, is surely going to be money well spent.|
eat more fruit
|Thanks. Share structure is a bit of a farce, and £2m+ is an awful lot of money to throw away, but hopefully it'll be worth it as the newsflow strengthens.
"Panasonic in Holland promotes our product. So yesterday I was meeting members of the Belgian and Luxembourg team to discuss our terms and conditions ahead of widening the relationship."|
|Thanks for posting the Sunday Telegraph article badday. The additional piece in the printed paper which you couldn't find online is "Expert View" by Simon Olswang. Here's the links to both articles:
The Real Business:
|"When the Company's shares were admitted to trading on AIM, the Company had
suspended its SEC reporting obligations. The Company has determined that it is
required to resume its reporting requirements under US securities laws and plans
to file an annual report on Form 10-K with the SEC for the financial year ended
31 January 2007, and current reports and quarterly reports, on Forms 8-K and
10-Q, respectively, as required thereafter."
Say what now?!
A ridiculous and expensive irrelevance.|
Its not all going to fund the reorganisation although it dosen't specify how much is for each,
"The net proceeds of the Placing will be used for two purposes. First, to fund
the proposed group reorganisation referred to above and, secondly, to invest
further in product development and sales and marketing to accelerate future
growth of the Company."
|At last! Today's RNS confirms that things are underway to simplify the share structure, and IMHO that can only be good for the long term future of the company. Mind you, at £4M it is a lot more expensive, and complicated too, than I thought it would be.
Masurenguy, your query of 6th May is answered in the RNS.
|I would appreciate it if somebody could explain the origin of the dual NVU and NVUK share listing, why it still exists, what the company have promised to do to eliminate it and when !
Is there an Arbuthnot forecast for 2008 yet ? Historic PE is 15 but without any forward broker forecast it is very difficult to determine the forward PE.|
|I see over on NVU someone paid 40p today for 24,845 shares .... which was probably not the best of moves! 30,000 NVUK were bought today at 31.75p|
|OK IC say BUY at 31p.
Still not online though.
|IC has this as a tip on their website this morning but I can't access it at the moment, so will have to wait for the postman to arrive.
|Tried picking some up midday yesterday. Problems with barclays and couldn't get quote - So forgot about it
Not happy :-(
Don't think will get a chance of a retrace........... but stranger things have happened|
|Been away, just seen the results. Seems the Dutch tax authorities were very generous in "erroneously" refunding £0.93m, which cash appears in the balance sheet and is matched by a similar increase in creditors - so cash generation not as high as first appears. I can see no mention of what is,for me, the most important factor: the amalgamation of the two classes of shares. Until that is done, I feel the share structure will always be opaque and therefore lag the upside in operating profits. I should have thought a price well in excess of 40p would be justified now on performance achieved to date, nevermind on prospects for the year ahead. I do wish they would bite the bullet and get on with it, even if it should cost over £100k. Did they not say in the prospectus that they would have done this over a year ago?
Still, on an entry price of just over 10p I suppose I shouldn't complain.