Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mercury Group LSE:MGP London Ordinary Share GB00B1G2XP26 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment - - - - 0.64

Mercury Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/8/2009
12:33
Like you i am left with these shares and they have a change of value.
ains4
03/8/2009
13:55
Why do you ask? I have tried contacting the company to see how i could sell my shares and what kind of price i might get. I didnt get very far!
gazzastrip
03/8/2009
11:10
Are we trading again?
ains4
24/7/2008
14:11
Thanks Gold Seeker. Most of those companies that are de-listed and with JPJ seem to swim in clouded waters if one looks at the various comments on several threads on advfn, if indeed they are correct. Not that I would want to suggest any wrong doings in any case. It is about time the regulators and takeover panel took a serious look at some of these companies imo, as it seems to me there are a lot of small investors that have been (to put it mildly) very upset. One other investor has also contacted me, so we know of at least two that are invested here that use advfn. Have you any comments about past actions taken GS? http://www.jpjenkins.ltd.uk/index.php
clocktower
10/7/2008
15:01
clocktower I am still a holder. I must confess that i have written them off and have stuck the share certificate in a drawer. The document is more or less worthless following the re-organisation before the de-listing. Possibly the company may survive and in years to come the document may have considerable more value than it does at the present. I won't be holding my breath though. I can't help you regarding JPJ as i haven't even bothered looking to check if they are listed.
gold seeker
09/7/2008
15:05
Is any one left that still holds these as I do not see them listed on JPJ?
clocktower
09/6/2008
10:41
I put £40K into Cater Barnard/Mercury. Was lucky!got out with £15k and subsequently put it into HAWK.(Almost got my money back.) Dont think Dean is living in his Paris mansion,believe he sold it to his school chum David Williams.and I wonder where he got his money from?!
ceri3
09/6/2008
10:27
Dead hopefully with all his(our)money left to a good cause... which would probably be the Stephen Dean memorial fund an AIM listed charity....
jack dee
02/5/2008
12:09
Seems to me take back to private ownership and give all the Directors a rise to rape a pillage any worth in the company or big bonuses?
ains4
02/5/2008
09:27
well said gazzastrip, here here
jaknife
02/5/2008
09:12
This has been one rip off after another from the Voyager PLC days. Any value in this company will now only pass to those in the know not private investors.
gazzastrip
02/5/2008
06:42
I appreciate the shares are being de-listed from AIM however will the value of my holding after the consolidation be worth 1/10 of its current market value. Only worth £35 less selling commission at the moment.
canny lass
25/4/2008
16:10
Whats new about being shafted with this share? There are many who will recall not so long ago about being shafted in the Dean/Williams days!
ceri3
25/4/2008
12:21
Seems to me the con goes on and may be that the existing Directors are buying stock at a good price to own larger pieces for the future and that all the previous shareholders have been shafted. (but surely these decent folk would not be so devious)
ains4
24/4/2008
13:39
Strange trading events today given the pending corporate action.
canny lass
09/4/2008
13:17
350k purchase at .015 seems strange if consolidating at .01 in the near future?
ains4
08/4/2008
15:24
A good captain always goes down with his ship, perhaps this could be the whole useless Board of Directors. Can the Board be charged with corporate manslaughter for killing the company.
ains4
01/4/2008
08:38
Chancer-i hope you caught a cold on this change.
ains4
31/3/2008
20:28
Strange that she has kept quiet today!!
double6
31/3/2008
16:04
nice call chancer old girl your on a roll,lol i bet the piggy bank is getting a little empty
iantc
31/3/2008
11:48
dell, i think your correct on that re negligable value. It would have been better for me had they simply gone bust! And to think that many moons ago when this was Voyager IT Plc i had the chance to take a very quick 50% plus profit and missed it! A valuable lesson learnt!
gazzastrip
31/3/2008
10:49
gazza - AFAIK, a delisting won't qualify you for a negligable value CGT claim, as long as the company is still going. My opinion is that you'll have to sell, to set the loss off against other gains, or you'll be left holding equity in a private company, unless they relist at a later date. You may wish to clarify this with a tax advisor prior to a firm delisting date, as I don't profess to be an expert... Rgds dell P.S. Interesting to note that this thread was started by another of ADVFN's scumbag pump'n'dumpers, Power Talker, now calling himself "goodtiming"....
dell314
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