Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jasmin Plc LSE:JAS London Ordinary Share GB0004718002 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 43.44p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services - - - - 0.00

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02/11/2004
08:10
fryern: Just received a letter from Andrew Grant about the proposed move to AIM. Some interesting points. 1. Jarvis has recently announcd a second interim dividend of 2.25p then the interesting bit (total of 4p for the year to date). 2. Move to AIM is mid December (plan) - accounts being audited to 30-9-04 so this can be achieved 3. Profits 2004E £.80m p/e 17.0, 2005E £1.2m p/e 11.4 4. Dividend forecast of 5.2p 2005 5. Daily trades average 350 peak 550. 6. Employees 22 spare capacity 3 times current levels 7. JSP may get bought before it has time to capitalise on opportunities 8. Management will still hold 70%+ of the business (adjusted) 9. Like businesses trade on a p/e of 10-15. So they are obviously moving to AIM for a reason. I'd expect a number of deals are lined up and the management team will be strenghtened. That's what I would do and they have the money. The spare capacity needs to be filled and then the p/e will drop dramatically and the share price will therefore rise to reflect this. Some fun times ahead if they can pull in the deals. Clever bit would be to use JSP paper for the juicy ones.
20/1/2004
17:56
nilip: Networker, I wouldn't let the scatter of tiny sells today influence your judgement - it seems like just a few small holders who invested about £500 or £1000 or so in the shares have just paniced. It's a shame that these small holders couldn't hold their nerve because I really can't imagine that a bidder will not take out Jasmin at a significant premium to todays price. The attractive order book and tender offers valued at over £30 million will certainly attract many potential buyers in the sector. The current share price is a steal. I genuinely can't imagine a buy out of this company will be at anything less that 90p a share - this could easily be exceeded if there is more than one interested party, which I suspect will be very likely. Be assured as soon as an offer for the company is announced, you'll see an immediate 50% (at least) hike in the share price.
14/1/2004
08:32
nilip: This is a company which last year made a turnover of £4.62 Million, it has done away with it's loss making contracts and is sitting on tenders worth £30 Million. Roger Plant is the reason the company is in the current situation - to put it bluntly, he's a complete idiot. He'll be forced to depart from the company and I can't imagine he would be offered any sort of non-exec directorship. The announcement of his departure alone after the company is taken over should invoke a sharp recovery in this company's share price. Jasmin very recently (last month) took on a new finance director, Mark Thickbroom. I believe it was his review (following his appointment) that mentions the cause of the current situation is due to costs on three contracts which Jasmin won by underbidding. I have no doubt that above all else, he'll be very keen to get Jasmin back on a sharp recovery track. Jasmin has plenty of potential and that would be obvious to any prospective buyer(s). The cash situation will be out weighed by the companies potential and the size of it's order book. Jasmin recently said its lenders remained supportive. For any prospective purchaser the company at current levels is an excellent buy at a knock down discounted price.
13/1/2004
17:58
nilip: We're dealing with a company which last year made a turnover of £4.62 Million, it has done away with it's loss making contracts and is sitting on tenders worth £30 Million. Roger Plant is the reason the company is in the current situation - to put it bluntly, he's a complete idiot. He'll be forced to depart from the company and I can't imagine he would be offered any sort of non-exec directorship. The announcement of his departure alone after the company is taken over should invoke a sharp recovery in this company's share price. Jasmin very recently took on a new finance director, Mark Thickbroom. I believe it was his review (following his appointment) that mentions the cause of the current situation is due to costs on three contracts which Jasmin won by underbidding. I have no doubt that above all else, he'll be very keen to get Jasmin back on a sharp recovery track. Jasmin has plenty of potential and that would be obvious to any prospective buyer(s). The cash situation will be out weighed by the companies potential and the size of it's order book. Jasmin recently said its lenders remained supportive. For any prospective purchaser the company at current levels is an excellent buy at a knock down discounted price.
13/1/2004
13:20
nilip: JsMan, Excellent News !!! I think your prediction may be spot on, in fact perhaps even a little conservative. I think Jasmin should fetch about 100p. I just bought 10,000 shares at 54p (showing as a sell) Don;t be deceived by the trades feeding through - MM's are trying to get you to sell your shares by showing buys as sells - giving you a false impression that people are selling when they're actually buying. There should be a lot of interest in Jasmin and I reckon we're in for a bit of a bidding war which should see an advance in the share price over the next few days.....
13/1/2004
12:57
jsman: Jasmin PLC Update In response to the recent increase in the Company's share price, Jasmin PLC ('Jasmin' or 'the Company') announces that it has entered into preliminary discussions with a prospective purchaser (which may or may not lead to an offer for the company), with a view to establishing an arrangement that will allow Jasmin to trade out of it's current cash constrained position as reported in its trading update on 24 December 2003. The potential buyer has yet to give any indication of its valuation of Jasmin. The Board also believes that there are a number of other interested parties, but at this stage there have been no formal discussions with any of the other interested parties whilst the prospective purchaser, with whom the Company is in talks, conducts due diligence. If none of the prospective approaches lead to the sale of the Company, then the Board will be required to renegotiate its ongoing financial support by its lenders in respect of the Company's future trading. The Directors will keep the market informed of developments. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- What do you think Jasmin will go for, Current NAV according to ADVFN is 110p.
24/12/2003
11:17
parvez: Yep...and Merry Xmas to the board of Jasmin too. See announcement below from Jasmin on 28 July 2003 (5 months ago) - I hope the board gets investigated by the FSA - how comes the press knew something was wrong 5 months ago and the board only find out now! They should all resign or be sacked IMHO P RNS Number:0511O Jasmin PLC 28 July 2003 Jasmin PLC ("Jasmin" or the "Company") Jasmin PLC notes today's press speculation with regard to its cashflow situation, and the subsequent fall in the Company share price. Jasmin PLC refutes that there is a cashflow crisis and does not believe that there is any reason for concern. Enquiries: Roger Plant Chairman, Jasmin PLC Tel: 0115 916 5165
17/11/2003
09:33
wonder boy: Here's a secret that COULD have a material effect on the Jasmin (EPIC: JAS) share price. The company is one of 5 bidding for the Highways Agency's NRTS project. The project is worth £400 million over 10 years. Jasmin has a market cap of £4 million! The NRTS project involves installing and maintaining CCTV, electronic signs and emergency telephones on major UK roads. An area where JAS has extensive experience.
28/7/2003
16:43
adriand: RNS Number:0511O Jasmin PLC 28 July 2003 Jasmin PLC ("Jasmin" or the "Company") Jasmin PLC notes today's press speculation with regard to its cashflow situation, and the subsequent fall in the Company share price. Jasmin PLC refutes that there is a cashflow crisis and does not believe that there is any reason for concern.
02/1/2002
09:54
webley: Only 2 trades so far this morning - both buys. One of 250 and the last one of 1000. The 1000 purchase went through at 2p above offer with "Conditions". Any ideas what this means. Sorry for all the questions, but I do find the movement of JAS share price quite difficult to understand. Thanks.
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