Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Moneyswap LSE:SWAP London Ordinary Share GI000A1JASX5 ORD 0.1P (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.135p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.1 -2.3 -0.4 - 1.62

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/4/2016
21:51
Can someone tell me the relationship between "Moneyswap plc" (SWAP) and a live company operating under the name of "Moneyswap Limited" which is owned by "Moneyswap Holdings" ? In brief, are these relationships totally innocent and beneficial to SWAP ?
coolen
25/9/2015
10:37
Results should be out in the next week or two going from previous years.
johnyee 7
10/6/2015
08:23
moving up again
johnyee 7
29/3/2015
22:49
looks as though swap is making progress. I gave up and moved funds into ctp but will watch with interest. GL flash.
moormoney
18/2/2015
15:35
Looking strong this afternoon.
flashheart
17/2/2015
23:58
At last a bit of interest! I hope some good news is coming.
moormoney
17/2/2015
14:03
why the big rise this month, news to come?
andrbea
17/2/2015
08:20
Interesting buys and rise yesterday. MM's happy to give someone 0.52 for 250 and take stock. Something in the offing it would appear.
flashheart
07/2/2015
04:44
Deal coming Monday??
drmaccers
06/2/2015
11:55
My guess is a biggish contract?????
flashheart
06/2/2015
11:46
Must be something brewing here
mcshea11
06/2/2015
11:45
Just wondering the same.
flashheart
06/2/2015
11:33
What's going down here?
drmaccers
04/11/2014
09:39
mug pumpers sure went quiet here
the stigologist
29/9/2014
20:42
No comments... (obviously got other fish to fry)
knigel
13/8/2014
11:34
why is this stock still trading?
the stigologist
16/6/2014
14:30
hxxp://www.moneyweek.com/investment-advice/penny-shares/penny-sleuth-why-i-dont-buy-chinese-stocks-on-aim-60618 Why I don't buy Chinese stocks on AIM By Tom Bulford Sep 18, 2012 Greg Rudd, the brother of the former Australian prime minister, once met a Chinese businessman who gave him some prudent advice. "You tend to see the good in people, Mr Rudd", he started. "People like you. You laugh a lot. But you'll never make money in China with that attitude. You'll only be taken advantage of. People will trade off you. They won't pay you. The number one rule of doing business in China is this; never trust a Chinaman. Why would you as a foreigner trust a Chinese businessman when we as Chinese don't trust each other?" Now that advice is pretty close to the bone. But I've said it before in Penny Sleuth – you have to be very careful when you invest in a Chinese company. The record of AIM-listed Chinese companies is simply awful. And with so many still coming to market, there is a real chance that many private investors will end up making some very expensive mistakes...
dontshootthemessenger
16/6/2014
14:29
lolz moormoney 16 Jun'14 - 15:27 - 415530 of 415530 0 0 Good to see interest in Swap at last!
dontshootthemessenger
21/5/2014
16:14
Next results due in Sept, I hope to see the company bouncing back by then. Time to start adding again I think..ignore the resident troll folks he's on filter! Always a good sign when trolls turn up :)))
moormoney
20/5/2014
20:30
Don't leave us hanging lessmoney Share some research
stockonomist
16/5/2014
06:04
hxxp://www.moneyweek.com/investment-advice/penny-shares/penny-sleuth-why-i-dont-buy-chinese-stocks-on-aim-60618 Why I don't buy Chinese stocks on AIM By Tom Bulford Sep 18, 2012 Greg Rudd, the brother of the former Australian prime minister, once met a Chinese businessman who gave him some prudent advice. "You tend to see the good in people, Mr Rudd", he started. "People like you. You laugh a lot. But you'll never make money in China with that attitude. You'll only be taken advantage of. People will trade off you. They won't pay you. The number one rule of doing business in China is this; never trust a Chinaman. Why would you as a foreigner trust a Chinese businessman when we as Chinese don't trust each other?" Now that advice is pretty close to the bone. But I've said it before in Penny Sleuth – you have to be very careful when you invest in a Chinese company. The record of AIM-listed Chinese companies is simply awful. And with so many still coming to market, there is a real chance that many private investors will end up making some very expensive mistakes...
stockonomist
16/5/2014
06:04
Lessmoney have you dumped you've gone very quiet
stockonomist
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