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|Madara Daily Update: Madara is listed in the sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MBF. The last closing price for Madara was 0.13 €.|
Madara 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 0 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Madara is £0.
|cableguy00: Guy & AH > good stuff dudes ;-)
City Equities are clearly getting in early on with what is probably a 12-month outlook for their clients. From memory, a client of theirs needs to have a minimum of £3,000 to invest with them, but that's only a minimum.
Considering their stature in the financial industry, the word will certainly filter around now and I would not be surprised to see more institutional investing in the near future.
More significantly though imho is that with there not being any doubt more funding will be required in the future to build more cinemas, the fact that at least one institution is showing an interest at this early stage, I cannot see a problem with raising those funds without the share price being affected even if further shares were to be issued as I'm confident they will most likely be over-subscribed to thus endorsing the new business model further.
The back-up to this funding requirement is of course also the deep pockets of those already with a vested interest - apart from Edgar Snr., IMAX themselves.
I've always said that this is a long-term play and the fact that City Equities are now in the picture (pardon the pun) goes some way towards endorsing my personal view.
This is not intended to be a ramp for MBF if anyone unfamiliar to recent events is having a look in so take my observations with a pinch of salt for now. Confidence is higher now though.
Good Luck all
Why no reaction in the share price?|
|sseajack: mmmmmm and down goes the share price|
|sseajack: Perhaps some clever PR on it's way ,to raise the profile of the company hoping to raise the share price before trying to raise more cash from their shareholders.i assume it would be much better for them to attempt to raise cash if the share price was 1 or 2p rather than .27 they would certainly get more cash.still cant figure out why these billionaires (bronfman's) are bothering with a 3m pound cash shell,and why not put the cash in themselves a few million is small change for them.|
|ranoszek: Nice find , do you think it will do anything for the share price on Monday?|
|premierpompey: There goes Lucky's million. Not had too much of a effect on the share price - phew!! LOL|
|sammyc: does anyone use a limit price (AT Trade) on internet dealing? I have found it impossible to place a limit price like this, because of the very low share price. perhaps this is why the mm's are having problems finding stock?|
|red dog: GUYS The share price of Marchpole Holdings (MPH) has come back from their high of the year due to profit taking. Also most investors have overlooked this company, which has a bright furure and will make very good profits to all who hold their shares. A GREAT BUY.|
|sagem: A lot is going to happen with this share price and it is going to be all good news. The board of directors are all high profile and gathering together a very VIP organisation. They all know what they are doing, they have the experience to know. This share price and company is about to ROCKET.|
|mikehardman: OK - count me in too - only £500 - but just enough to keep some interest while I try to fathom out what the share price of MBF may do from here on...|
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