Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Jellybook LSE:JELY London Ordinary Share BMG5092D1020 ORD 1P (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 5.20p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.0 -0.3 -0.3 - 7.84

Jellybook Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/4/2013
18:04
In March I calculated only 6.2p per share left after recent months buybacks. And that was before winding up costs and running costs since 30/6/12. So I was guessing 5.75p, and maybe only after some months. Perhaps better should be expected where clean cash shell?
charlie
25/4/2013
11:45
Just had a cheque for "interim distribution" 6.25p/share. Very nice indeed, somewhat above expectations and I guess a little more to come when wind down complete.
britishb
17/3/2013
11:59
I wonder what payout the Directors will get upon winding up? Would be very interesting to know, considering it looks like they haven't invested much (any?) of their own money into the venture. How a company that had over £10m couldn't find an investment in social, I don't know - there have so many huge opportunities out there over the past few years. It's incredible to have not spotted at least one decent company to invest in and you have to ask yourself whether they were actually looking? Maybe that is why the meeting is being held abroad - are they desperately hoping that nobody attends to question their performance? I feel for those that invested here. Luckily, I was not one of them.
the analyst
05/3/2013
12:59
I reckon there's about £9m or 6p/share, less wind-up costs, available for distribution. Any thoughts on wind-up costs? £250k?
britishb
05/3/2013
09:08
Yesterdays RNS was inevitable from the day they floated. Drives yet another nail into AIM as a serious investment venue.
phowdo
18/12/2012
16:41
they have 16million shares in treasury that should at the very least be cancelled to add a bit of value to the company :(
napoleon111
30/11/2012
16:10
Isn't this the worst company ever to go on AIM. What a shambles - such a waste of shareholders money. Allenbury Capital must be embarrassed beyond belief! Dissolve the company and distribute what's left to the poor shareholders who were suckered into this pile of rubbish.
repanco
22/10/2012
21:50
The Duke of York privately flew to Monaco to give his "royal seal of approval" to a new bank for the super-rich. Andrew carried out the engagement last week at the invitation of controversial ­businessman David Rowland, who helped bail out the Duke's debt-ridden ex-wife Sarah ­Ferguson. Andrew's trip to the tax haven to open a new branch of Mr Rowland's Banque Havilland again raises concerns about the Duke's use of his royal position. Andrew was guest of honour at the elite gathering and it is understood Mr Rowland organised a private jet to take him there. The event was not an official visit, nor was it registered in Buckingham Palace's Court Circular, a record of dailyroyal engagements. But senior Labour MP Paul Flynn criticised the Duke for giving his "seal of approval" to a bank in the tax haven. And this is the outfit which bought shares
snatander
16/10/2012
14:54
bought back from a former director (ariadne capital), maybe she wanted out? bought at 3p, a significant discount to current share price and cash value
napoleon111
03/10/2012
12:40
Of course....bound to be...bound to be. Move on son.
waldof
03/10/2012
12:35
probably bought then back of a angry fund manager who said that the weasel management were taking the p1ss
snatander
03/10/2012
12:32
...not cancelled and where they will no doubt be re-issued in the future at a higher price. the game is on...no doubt all in my etc etc Lets see how long before the 'certifiables' turn up... ( not aimed at you gym!!)
waldof
03/10/2012
12:29
...er they have £10,500,000 in cash as of 26/9 equal to 6.15 p per share. After spending on buyback at cheaper price than 6.15 p per share they now have equivalent of 6.27p per share. Shares have gone to Treasury!!
waldof
03/10/2012
12:23
This looks illegal as they dont have distributable reserves
gymfit
03/10/2012
12:03
Picked some up at 5.16 just before RNs..and another lot just after. Put and call here in mu opinion. Something up...............had over 6p a share before buy back. Buying back at less than cash per share price only increases cash per share. Listing with all that cash.........if they can't find something ( not after all this time) someone will want the quote and cash. They allude to that in results RNS.
waldof
26/9/2012
10:08
Didnt stop them paying out £217,000 of shareholders cash to themselves and associuated cronies And did anyone mention the 1p warrants they awarded themselves YES!!!! 1p , millions and millions of 1p warrants for doing naff all
gymfit
26/9/2012
09:15
rns out, half year results, still no sign of an investment!
napoleon111
31/7/2012
15:37
question if anyone is there, jellybook was admitted to aim as an investment company in june 2011. Do the aim rules not stipulate that if an acquisition is not made within 12 months the shares suspend and then a further 6 months before the share listing is cancelled if an acquisition is not made? or is that not the case here?
napoleon111
29/5/2012
11:24
In the meantime, your board maintains its steadfast determination to minimise costs and conserve its cash resources. As is to be expected, the results of this first period largely reflect the costs of the Company's incorporation and IPO but, as at 31 December, the Company had cash balances and shareholders' equity of approximately GBP10.5m, equivalent to approximately 6.14p per share. Oh how wondeful - we thank you oh GOD!!! twits. What's that, while drinking alco pops We will maintain a watchful eye on both costs and safeguarding cash.
tradermania
28/5/2012
23:19
Why an earth were these given a £6m pre new money IPO valuation? Should have been close to zero. New investors paid a whopping premium pre-new money to the book value.
zaksab
28/5/2012
06:27
http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=201205280700192067E
napoleon111
02/3/2012
16:10
What a disaster!
repanco
13/2/2012
17:45
Look like someone just dumped some of those ??
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