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|RAB Capital Daily Update: Rab Capital is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RAB. The last closing price for RAB Capital was 9.92p.|
Rab Capital 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 470,338,136 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Rab Capital is £46,634,026.18.
|chrisgail: I've taken my loss and moved on. I have had several profitable forays in and out of RAB but not this time. I am sure there will be share price volatility that some will be able to trade profitably, but not for me.
Good luck to all who hold I hope you do get treated fairly by the Company.|
|topvest: A bit of a brief statement today. They are not exactly trying to help the share price are they!|
|the_owl: I don't see things in quite that light chaps.
I think its as simple as it says in the RNS. Times have changed for RAB and regardless of eventual share price, better to hold options near the market than so far away (if options are to be part of a reasonable forward looking salary package).
Isn't it better to simply cancel prior options in favour of newer more attractive ones at no cost?
BTW very quiet on the boards. Their website suggests funds are a bit of a mixed bunch for Dec.|
|pseudosphere: From the RNS on 30/12/2010:
"This award and cancellation were part of a Company-wide scheme to exchange options at an exercise price of 40 pence and above which had ceased to provide the incentive to senior employees originally intended, in favour of a reduced number of options at 20 pence per share."
RAB are effectively stating that the management have no confidence that the share price will rise above 40p in the next 3 years! Such honesty is refreshing but disappointing to shareholders with negative equity.|
|topvest: Odd that the share price rose strongly earlier in the day. At least there is a strong net asset position to fall back on. They do need to significantly reduce their costs now, given they only manage a £1m of funds. Be interesting to see what the price does tomorrow. I guess that's the final dividend gone!|
|qalbabbass: I am surprised that with such a yield no one is attracted to the share. Maybe they think it is too risky to invest in. I think they should start a share buy-back scheme to stabilise the share price as it has no direction at the moment. I am hoping that the price rallies like last year at this time (see 1 yr chart).
With RSS share price increasing clearly the net asset and investment value of RAB will also have increased.|
|qalbabbass: Share buy back at RSS worth £3.5m (15% of issued share capital). Hope it has an effect on the RAB share price!|
|the_owl: Auction 8 March will (IMHO) remove downward pressure from SS & other investors. Knock-on effect should be floor on RAB price as longer term solvent insti interest picks up any remaining stressed investor stakes.
Not sure if any of this answers question re next move in share price though?
It might as confidence may return without limiting factor of forced sales bearing down, while also adding usual performance & management fee income from larger more significant players. In theory should all augur well - we'll see.
All IMHO, DYOR etc
|guru11: Share price appears to be a bit more steady of late.
However where do we go from here. I did think that with the dividend yield that this would hold the price up and even increase the price, but are we looking at a future flat share price, or is there any good news to come on the horizon?|
|richaims: What is likely to happen to the RAB share price tomorrow ?|
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