Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mediazest Plc LSE:MDZ London Ordinary Share GB00B064NT52 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.0875p 0.08p 0.095p 0.0875p 0.0875p 0.0875p 200,000 07:30:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 3.0 -0.1 -0.0 - 1.08

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17/10/2017
09:20
Mediazest Daily Update: Mediazest Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MDZ. The last closing price for Mediazest was 0.09p.
Mediazest Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.09p and a 12 week average price of 0.08p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.16p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.08p.
There are currently 1,239,757,774 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 94,025 shares. The market capitalisation of Mediazest Plc is £1,084,788.05.
22/8/2017
12:42
frjdnverijtnhj8568934: It's impossible it can be cost. The share price has been nowhere near 0.0325p ever. Not even close. I'm not interested in asking O'Neill anything. I shouldn't have to anyway since it should be explained in the accounts.
17/8/2017
09:28
frjdnverijtnhj8568934: The following is based on the assumption EP&F still hold 26,448,571 shares in Mediazest. That's the last declared shareholding and their has been no announcement of them reducing. at end Dec 2015 EP&F are valuing their Mediazest shares at 0.05 pence (against 0.17 p share price) at end Dec 2016 EP&F are valuing their Mediazest shares at 0.0325 pence (against 0.115p share price) In May 2016 O'Neill/CCCAL controlled Mediazest raised £250,000 @ 0.15p but the book value of the shares in the accounts of O'Neill/CCCAL controlled EP&F at the end of Dec 2016 was only 0.0325 pence despite a then 0.115p mediazest share price. This will certainly explain why EP&F have stopped taking part in the Mediazest placings. They would be faced with an almost immediate massive mark-down on the value of their shares. It makes you wonder how on earth mediazest have been getting these placings away, Note the above is based on the assumption EP&F still hold 26,448,571 in mediazest. The only alternative is almost as unpalatable. That is they have been selling down their shareholding - but with O'Neill director of both companies surely this would have to be announced?
16/8/2017
16:24
frjdnverijtnhj8568934: Russman, That was quick work. Did that come direct from EP&F? You have to wonder why no notes in the accounts to explain. OK assuming EP&F still hold their 26 million odd shares the math works, more or less, for year end 2015 in that 0.05 pence is about right. That's bad enough but for year end 2016 EP&F are valuing MDZ shares at only 0.0323 pence. Now that's one heck of a haircut compared to the current 0.11p share price.
04/8/2017
00:09
frjdnverijtnhj8568934: It looks like Lance O'Neill's EP&F capital, have sold down their stake in Mediazest. I've received the EP&F accounts to the year-end 30 December 2016 and the book value of their Mediazest investment is noted as only £8,566. EP&F's last declarable shareholding in Mediazest is 26,448,571 shares. The share price of Mediazest at 30 Dec was 0.11p so you'd have expected the book value to be £29,000. The implication is they have reduced to 7.8 million shares at 30 Dec 2016. CCCAL are the major shareholder of EP&F.
09/5/2017
14:54
frjdnverijtnhj8568934: There was news out last month on this. It's a one-off and was commissioned by Four by Two who presumably subcontracted out to the likes of Mediazest who put up some displays and touch screens etc. It's very surprising a local one-off like this can put 30% on the share price. I would be surprised if the shares don't fall back when reality hits. hxxp://www.essentialretail.com/news/article/59020d9799b8b-digital-studio-b-bank-opens-in-kensington Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banking Group has opened a one-off innovation lab, called Studio B, to help customers create new ways of thinking about money and how it affects their lives. The lab, based at 150 Kensington High Street, has been designed by Four by Two. The agency was commissioned to create a truly omnichannel experience that mixed on- and offline communication.
03/3/2017
12:07
frjdnverijtnhj8568934: I think I'm allowed to be sceptical given what has happened to shareholders here over the years. A few years ago the news released today would have put 50% on the share price. However it's obvious no-one takes these blatantly rampy updates seriously anymore. They've heard the same stuff a dozen times over the years and they know what's almost certainly coming round the corner. More losses and a placing. Assuming the opaque offshore vehicle CCCAL ,and Lance O'Neill, are one and the same, and I don't see how any sensible investor can assume otherwise, it's obvious where the motivation is to keep this thing going. CCCAL's loan has been paid down over the last few years mainly from proceeds of placings however it's still substantial and they'll want their money back before the music stops. Also if you assume standard non-executive director rates and hours worked, then O'Neill is being paid about 1 grand per day for his work at MDZ. That's despite O'Neill being an ever present at the company when it IPOed, and an investment at the IPO stage has resulted in a 99.7% loss. Even investors in the latest placing last year are down 30% and are no doubt bracing for the next one. This is a serial loss-making business with a substantial negative working capital position relative to its market cap. On a risk/reward basis it looks an extremely poor investment proposition. Good luck with your investment.
01/3/2017
12:26
frjdnverijtnhj8568934: Have they released anything on their twitter account? They have form of releasing "exciting news" that pumps up the share price, to be followed soon after by a massively dilutive placing.
31/1/2017
10:52
frjdnverijtnhj8568934: The share price looks very weak. They'll probably release one of their "New Business Updates" soon. These are even more regular than their share placings. They also really need to issue an update on the major shareholder, the offshore vehicle going by the name of City and Claremont Capital Assets Limited (CCCAL). Who are the major shareholders in CCCAL? Who are the directors? Where is this company domiciled? The information derived from the CCCAL.NET domain details requires explanation. As an aside why do the LSE allow opaque off-shore companies like CCCAL to become major shareholders in London listed companies? As a shareholder, or prospective shareholder, you cannot do proper due diligence. There are also always question marks as to where the money is coming from.
11/5/2016
18:47
ochs: To be fair trading has improved in that they are closer to profitability than in recent years. This is the first placing since Dec 2014. Plus it is not at a discount (at least to the current share price anyway). Now that the placing is out of the way there ought to be less downside risk in the share price. I was holding off topping up due to a fear of any imminent placing being at a lower price than 0.15p.
05/4/2016
11:23
frjdnverijtnhj8568934: Tesco contract? HaHa. Id treat this with a massive dose of scepticism. In fact Id be selling if I held any shares. As if Tesco would do any significiant deal with this barely solvent company. It could just be the Tesco Metro store in Crewe trying out a piece of kit for all anyone knows. The history of this company is littered with these types of deals that put a short term rocket up the share price, followed almost inevitably by a placing of shares. But sooner or later reality bites. Remember the World Cup contract. How much did MDZ lose on that one? Do not get sucked in. The market cap of this company is based in hot air, definetly not fundamentals.
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