Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pacific Assets LSE:PAC London Ordinary Share GB0006674385 ORD 12.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.25p -0.11% 229.25p 229.25p 231.25p 229.25p 229.25p 229.25p 101,948.00 16:28:50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 4.1 2.9 2.2 104.2 273.84

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02/7/201512:28A change to First State at Pacific Assets Trust10.00
07/11/200721:12Pacman Charts147.00
19/1/200517:11Pacman's Super 7 for 20053.00

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17:17:57230.806,39214,752.74O
17:15:06232.0050,000116,000.00O
17:12:20229.683,4717,972.02O
17:00:37230.636,46914,919.13O
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06/12/2016
08:20
Pacific Assets Daily Update: Pacific Assets is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PAC. The last closing price for Pacific Assets was 229.50p.
Pacific Assets has a 4 week average price of 235.53p and a 12 week average price of 240.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 259p while the 1 year low share price is currently 175.50p.
There are currently 119,448,386 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 81,613 shares. The market capitalisation of Pacific Assets is £273,835,424.91.
20/4/2004
20:59
pacman88: CCT: Looking rather ill. Share price continues to fall despite the company making a statement in Feb that it knew no reason for the fall.
16/11/2003
15:47
pacman88: GLD: Recent consolidation is building up momentum for a large move once it exits from the consolidation zone. Question is does it move up or down. Recent announcements from management suggest the business has turned the corner and prospects are improving. However from a TA perspective the 10 mth uptrend will soon meet the 2 yr downtrend. I personally put more weigth on the longer term trend, in this case the 2 yr downtrend. If we exit from r=16p and break 2 year downtrend, we are probably going to see interesting moves from then. CS. I am actually quite bullish about this. We are still not out of the woods, but the macro fundamentals are providing support. In addition, the rights issue takes away short term funding issues. Looking at the charts, I do think there will be some initial retrace given the performance in last 2 days, but I think we will then see a move to break r=39p and then upwards. Looking at the volume spike, the last time we saw this was a signal for a run up from 6p to 39p!! I am a holder and will think of adding if we hit lower trend line or at breakout. GBG: Bit more analysis of GBG. I like what I see BUT I don't normally like to buy just before results....might as well wait. Often there is too much hype that drives prices up. Rather see run up after that. I hold so will only add if I like what I hear and the charts say so. JVP: Was in a PLORP for 5 months and recently broke out on the back of upbeat prospects and acquisition of Darby (see announcement: http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&cb=1068899373&article=5954426&symbol=LSE%3AJVP). Next resistance at 25p imho. TIG: An update on TIG. Price performed as expected within the symmetrical triangle where it had been consolidating. Yesterday and today we saw price action taking it to upper range and over - technically a breakout. However, there wasn't much volume to give me comfort yet. It should continue upwards but then again, this could be a false signal, and we could see fall back. However I am still positively biased on the upside but could see more conslidation in this range after it hits the recent peak of 20p. Once we cross that I think we are on better ground. IVS NES: Did a little more analysis on NES, one of my biggest holdings having added after results last week. Fundamentals imho will continue to support the current price but I there is more to come. Recent directors purchases gives me some extra comfort. From a TA perspective, the price is still within the 6 month uptrend and more recently has been in a rectangular consolidation phase - all good and well esp after the strong rise. But the indicators do look like they may be ready for the next leg up. A picture is worth a thousand words -- do you see what I see in the charts?? NSB PXC: This is the old GXN, now PXC after the acquisition of Pipex. Share is still within its uptrend but at its lower range. Indicators are beginning to flatten out and should turn soon. Last month's placing at 6.25p to raise £28M for the acquisition should provide support. RED: Results yesterday. Share price has pulled back from r=12.5p and testing s=10p. Still turning around from its near bankruptcy and early days for anyone in for the long term. It is technically in a VERY LONG PLATEAU if you look at the 3 year charts. 1 YEAR CHART: 3 YEAR CHART: SUG EUC
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