Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rentokil Initial LSE:RTO London Ordinary Share GB00B082RF11 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% 208.90p 208.70p 209.00p 209.60p 207.00p 207.40p 50,560.00 08:14:35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 1,759.0 159.0 6.8 30.6 3,821.48

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05/12/2016
08:20
Rentokil Initial Daily Update: Rentokil Initial is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RTO. The last closing price for Rentokil Initial was 208.90p.
Rentokil Initial has a 4 week average price of 214.12p and a 12 week average price of 221.85p.
The 1 year high share price is 236.60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 147.40p.
There are currently 1,829,332,965 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,796,805 shares. The market capitalisation of Rentokil Initial is £3,821,476,563.89.
06/10/2016
17:16
hedgehog 100: Haydock, Alan Minty deserves credit for having secured funds at about four times NUOG's recent share price. 06/10/2016 14:55 UKREG Nu-Oil and Gas PLC Placing "The Company is pleased to announce that it has raised GBP700,000 before expenses (the "Placing") through the issue of 175,000,000 new Ordinary Shares (the "Placing Shares") with new and existing shareholders at a price of 0.4p per Placing Share (the "Placing Price"). The Placing was organised by the Company's joint broker, Beaufort Securities Ltd. ..." http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/nu-oil-gas-NUOG/share-news/Nu-Oil-and-Gas-PLC-Placing/72612070
20/9/2016
17:41
hedgehog 100: Hi Maytrees, and thanks for flagging up LVRT (Levrett). To address your question, a RTO suspension is usually a very positive event if the RTO goes through, as it generally adds significant value. A recent example is VLOX (outlined in the post above yours), which returned to the market as VLTY at the end of June after a RTO priced at five times the suspension price: which was a real gain, not just down to a share price consolidation. Further back, in May 2014 ONE was suspended for a RTO, and returned a month later as BOOM at double the price. In fact buying in just ahead of a suspension can be a good strategy if you expect a positive outcome, as the share price can be depressed beforehand by investors who don't want to be locked in, and/or are unsure of the outcome, creating a buying opportunity. And just the potential of a suspension can create such an opportunity, even if the suspension doesn't actually happen. However, the situation is less clear cut if there has been a very strong run up in the share price just prior to suspension. It is possible for expectations to be too high, for the shell to be overvalued, and for it to trade lower after the RTO. But then again it could be a deserved rerating upwards, for a shell which has previously been oversold. You will need to assess what is fair value for the shell, and its likely deal. And that can be very subjective and speculative, given the lack of info. you are likely to have on the RTO prior to any suspension.
06/9/2016
19:56
hedgehog 100: VLOX was suspended in December 2015 at 0.2p (market cap. £0.11M.) for a RTO, equivalent to a current 5p consolidation-adjusted. And it has recently returned to market as VLTY after a RTO at 25p, a fantastic profit for anyone who bought in late last year. This shows the merit of monitoring such micro cap tiddlers, and where appropriate, taking a punt. Veltyco Group (VLTY) 22.5p Market cap. £12.8M. http://uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=quote&symbol=VLTY 09/06/2016 07:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Velox3 PLC Proposed Acquisition and Change of Name Proposed Acquisition of Sheltyco Enterprises Group Ltd., Change of Name to Veltyco Group plc and Notice of General Meeting "Velox3 plc (AIM: VLOX) is pleased to announce the conditional acquisition of the entire issued share capital of Sheltyco Enterprises Group Limited for a consideration of GBP10.9 million to be satisfied by the issue of 43,753,775 new consolidated Ordinary Shares. Sheltyco is a holding company for several subsidiary companies focused on the marketing and promotion of third party online gaming, lottery and binary option operators, such as Betsafe (online casino and sports betting), Lottopalace (lottery) and Option888 (binary options). Key points -- Sheltyco (founded in 2011) is specialised in marketing and promotion activities in three fast growing markets: o Online gaming (Betsafe - online casino and sports betting) o Lottery (Lottopalace) o Binary options (Option888) -- Profitable and cash generative since 2013 -- Following Admission, the Enlarged Group will also review potential acquisition opportunities which fit into the company's profile. -- The net proceeds of the transaction will be used to support the working capital needs of the Enlarged Group and to continue Sheltyco's marketing activities in gaming, lottery and binary options -- The Directors intend to declare dividend payments as soon as it becomes commercially prudent to do so The Company also announces that it has conditionally raised c.GBP538,000 before expenses by way of a Subscription of 2,152,172 Subscription Shares at a price per Subscription Share of 25 pence. The approximate net proceeds of the Subscription of GBP251,000 will be applied as working capital for the Enlarged Group. The Subscription is anticipated to complete in two stages with 1,273,181 Subscription Shares being issued on Admission, raising approximately GBP318,295 (gross), and a further 878,991 Subscription Shares issued in early July raising approximately GBP219,747 (gross). As a term of the Subscription, each Subscriber shall also receive 1 Warrant for every 5 Subscription Shares subscribed, exercisable at 31 pence per Warrant at any time during the period from the date of issue until the 5th anniversary of issue. It is not intended that the Warrants will be listed on any stock market. In addition, the Company intends to convert outstanding loans of c.EUR818,000 into 2,717,932 Ordinary Shares and 503,586 Warrants. Share Consolidation The Company currently has 193,031,360 Existing Ordinary Shares in issue; the last recorded price per Existing Ordinary Share was 0.20 pence on 4 December 2015, the last day that the Existing Ordinary Shares were trading on AIM before suspension. The Existing Directors believe that consolidating the Existing Ordinary Shares will lead to the Enlarged Group having a more readily understood share price and number of Ordinary Shares in issue. Accordingly, the Existing Directors have decided to implement a consolidation of its share capital so that each Shareholder of every 25 or more Existing Ordinary Shares will be entitled to receive one new Ordinary Share. Shareholders with a holding in excess of 25 Existing Ordinary Shares, but which is not exactly divisible by 25, will have their holdings of Ordinary Shares rounded down to the nearest whole number of Ordinary Shares following the Share Consolidation. Conversion of outstanding fees In settlement of certain fees and remuneration due to the Existing Directors in the aggregate sum of EUR106,400, it is envisaged that the Board will propose to issue on Admission to David Mathewson 173,538 new Ordinary Shares and to Mark Rosman 153,846 new Ordinary Shares at the Issue Price. Assuming that these share issues are carried out, David Mathewson's interest in the Enlarged Share Capital on Admission will comprise 249,769 Ordinary Shares representing 0.44 per cent. of the Enlarged Share Capital and warrants over 240,000 Ordinary Shares and Mark Rosman's interest will comprise 486,927 Ordinary Shares representing 0.86 per cent. of the Enlarged Share Capital. Change of Name To reflect the changing nature of the business the Directors propose a change of name to Veltyco Group Plc. Notice of General Meeting The Acquisition is classified as a reverse takeover under the AIM Rules requiring the approval of Shareholders. The Acquisition is also conditional on the approval by the Shareholders of a waiver of Rule 9 of the Takeover Code. As a result, the Company is today also publishing a readmission document (Readmission Document) which is available from the Company's website at www.velox3.com. Conditional upon the completion of the Acquisition, application will be made for the Enlarged Issued Share Capital to be admitted to trading on AIM. An Extraordinary General Meeting of the Company will be held at the offices of Estera Trust (Isle of Man) Limited, 33-37 Athol Street, Douglas, Isle of Man IM1 1LB on 27 June 2016 at 10.30a.m. for the purpose of considering and, if thought fit, passing the resolutions. A copy of the Readmission Document, notice of Extraordinary General Meeting and Proxy Form will be posted to Shareholders later today Trading in the Company's Existing Ordinary Shares on AIM is currently suspended; it is anticipated that following completion of the Acquisition the suspension will be lifted and trading in the Enlarged Share Capital will commence at 8.00 a.m. on or around 29 June 2016. Stockdale Securities is acting as Nominated Advisor and Broker to the Company. Capitalised terms used in this announcement but not defined have the meanings given to them in the Readmission Document." http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/veltyco-grp-VLTY/share-news/Velox3-PLC-Proposed-Acquisition-and-Change-of-Name/71690170
06/8/2016
15:27
hedgehog 100: Very positive developments at ACO on Wednesday of this week. Check out the premium of the placing price - a whopping 71.43% to ACO's closing share price of 8.75p on 2nd August: 03/08/2016 14:30 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Acorn Minerals PLC Subscription "The Company is pleased to announce that it has entered into conditional agreements with a group of unconnected investors introduced by Peterhouse Corporate Finance, pursuant to which such investors will subscribe in cash for 16,517,778 new ordinary shares in the capital of the Company (Subscription Shares) at 15p per share (Subscription Price) to raise gross proceeds of GBP2,477,666.70 (Subscriptions). On issue, the Subscription Shares will represent 53.62% of the issued share capital as enlarged by the Subscription Shares. The Subscription Price stands at a 71.43% premium to the closing middle market price of an ordinary share in the capital of the Company on 2 August 2016, being the latest practical date before the date of this announcement. Completion is scheduled to take place on or before 30 September 2016 or such later date as the parties may agree. On completion the existing directors will resign and be replaced by directors nominated by the investors. Completion of the Subscriptions is conditional upon: -- evidence satisfactory to the investors as to the passage of resolutions at a general meeting of the Company to authorise the allotment and issue of the Subscription Shares; -- evidence satisfactory to the investors of a prospectus relating to the issue of the Subscription Shares having been approved by the FCA; and -- aggregate subscription monies being received by of not less than GBP2,477,666.70 (such sum having been deposited prior to exchange of the subscription agreements). Further details will be provided in due course in a shareholder circular and in the prospectus." http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/acorn-min-ACO/share-news/Acorn-Minerals-PLC-Subscription/72127033 Someone has big plans for this main-listed shell, and all should be unveiled shortly. But that is not currently reflected in ACO's share price, having closed for the weekend at 11.75p, which is about the level of cash per share including the new monies.
07/7/2016
08:52
saget: Hi folks, I bought this share nearly twenty years ago for around £2.20 and have been waiting ever since to get my money back. Lol. Does anyone know why the share price has suddenly come out of hibernation and has motored higher?Thanking you in advance!
27/4/2016
17:20
hedgehog 100: Thanks for the suggestions. NEW is a new suggestion (no pun intended), not featured on this thread before. New World Oil & Gas (NEW) 0.06p Market cap. £2.8M. http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/new-world-oil-NEW/share-price?java=1 A brief summary of my research into NEW: • Market cap. of £2.8M. (at 0.06p) approximately equates to current cash and net monies due. • Spending reduced massively. • An exciting boss, with a good track-record. (Adam Reynolds, of OPTI fame: HTTP://www.shareprophets.com/views/14907/new-world-oil-gas-white-knight-adam-reynolds-to-the-rescue ) • Potential RTO in the short term. • Possible news on recovery of monies owed (principally EUR 1.0 million Al Maraam SPA deposit). • Possible Belize licences news. • News could be due by mid year. • Share price at 0.06p is at bottom of trading range, showing good support at this level. In conclusion, it looks like a decent investment. There's no way of knowing when news will come: it could be days, it could be months or more. But there's been recent speculation that a potential RTO could be Virtualstock, which Nick Jenkins of Dragons' Den recently invested in, and which the LEG CEO apparently believes could grow into a £billion cap. company. http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/LEG/12526732.html HTTP://www.virtualstock.co.uk/ A NEW move from the resource sector into tech would make good sense, and would be likely to have a very positive impact upon its share price, as with the recent doubling of MMO.
13/4/2016
20:34
hedgehog 100: Another RTO success, not mentioned on this thread before. Inspired Energy, a November 2011 RTO into cash shell Finemore Energy, with an accompanying placing at 3p, has more than quadrupled since. Inspired Energy (INSE) 13.125p Market cap. £62.1M. http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/inspired-energy-INSE/share-price?java=1 What will be the next shell-RTO to deliver these sort of very attractive long-term gains?
08/12/2015
19:21
hedgehog 100: "The great tech payday - How websites and apps are transforming high streets as digital payment firms report booming business By HOLLY BLACK FOR THE DAILY MAIL PUBLISHED: 22:00, 3 December 2015 | UPDATED: 07:27, 4 December 2015 A quiet revolution is taking place on the High Street. Instead of having customers fight over the best bargains in stores, retailers saw their websites crash on Black Friday last week as waves of shoppers headed online. In recent days, digital payments firms including Worldpay have reported booming business from overseas markets such as China. In contrast, bank note producer De La Rue revealed that it will be cutting production by a quarter as the world increasingly goes cashless. Debenhams has been given a bleak prognosis by Wall Street giant Goldman Sachs over whether it can hold off the threat of online shopping. And yesterday, former Barclays boss Antony Jenkins declared that banking may be about to have its ‘Uber moment’. He was referring to the phenomenally popular low-cost mobile phone appfor booking taxis. A generational shift from older shoppers used to using cash in stores to younger ones who use the web and mobile phone apps is causing a rift on the High Street. As ever, there will be winners and losers in the battle to keep up with the pace of change. It’s already taking grip in the banking sector. Banks without branches are being established, notably Atom Bank, a service for those who only want to bank using an app on their smartphone. This week Spanish lender BBVA took a 30 per cent stake in it – spending £45million to access retail customers in Britain for the first time. George O’Connor, director at analysts Panmure Gordon, said: ‘We are living in a golden age. Technology has become part of the fabric of our lives. If I want food, if I want to find love, I just pick up my phone. It’s a digital revolution.’ Worldpay is one of those to benefit. It processed 11.5billion payments in the year to June – some 16 per cent more than the year before. It reflects what’s happening on the High Street. For example, on Black Friday, shoppers spent £1.1billion online in the day – a rise of 36 per cent compared with last year. Meanwhile, footfall in High Street stores was down by 5 per cent. Colin McLean, managing director at fund managers SVM Asset Management, said: ‘The way people live, work and travel is changing and it is clear that some industries face disruption and might not survive in their present form.’ He names former High Street stalwarts Woolworths, Comet and Phones 4u as just some of the most recent casualties of the changing habits of shoppers. New firms are able to start with a clean sheet of paper, focusing on the security and functionality of their apps and websites. B EING online-only lets firms cut their prices, while focusing on distribution and providing a good customer experience. One example is Eagle Eye, an app which lets shoppers redeem coupons at the till and build up rewards for using vouchers. But more established firms are set to benefit from the trend too. Jeremy Gleeson, manager of the Axa Framlington Global Technology fund, has a big investment in payments firm Visa, which has boomed during the growth in online payments. He said: ‘Once upon a time you might only use a card for a substantial purchase but today they are the most convenient, quick and safe way to pay.’ With security of prime importance to shoppers, PayPal could also benefit from the rise in online shopping. A growing number of retailers have websites which allow customers to check out using their PayPal account rather than having to enter their credit card details. And the growth and security of Apple Pay has allowed firms such as NXP Semiconductors, a Dutch company which makes the chips that provide the secure identification in iPhones, to soar. The Nasdaq-listed company has seen its share price jump from 16cents to 92cents over the past five years. For many though, today’s tech boom will bear a worrying resemblance to the 90s bubble which burst so painfully. Major investment firm Fidelity recently cut its stake in photo-sharing app Snapchat by a quarter. Mobile payments technology business Monitise has endured a spectacular fall from grace, as competitors including Apple have muscled into the sector. Its share price is down from 81p at the start of 2014 to just 3.14p today. But for the firms who do succeed, there is a fortune to be made. Tom Becket, chief investment officer at Psigma, says giants such as Apple, Alphabet (formerly Google) and Amazon will benefit. He said: ‘These are classic examples of wonderfully innovative companies which have spotted their opportunity and exploited it superbly.’" http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-3344854/CITY-FOCUS-great-tech-payday-websites-apps-transforming-high-streets.html
07/12/2015
18:38
hedgehog 100: 07/12/2015 17:44 ALNC Silver Falcon Calls Recent Press Speculation "Factually Incorrect" 07/12/2015 17:36 UKREG Silver Falcon PLC Statement re: media speculation "Statement regarding media speculation and share price movement Silver Falcon PLC (LSE: SILF), the Main Board listed special purpose acquisition company set up to acquire businesses in the FinTech space, notes recent press speculation and movements in its share price. The Company notes that a number of material pieces of information in recent press speculation are factually incorrect and should not be relied upon. Whilst the Company has had initial discussions with a possible target concerning a possible transaction, all such discussions are at a preliminary stage. No exclusivity agreement or other binding, or non-binding agreements have been entered into with any party, and there is no certainty that any such agreements will be made. A further announcement will be made in due course." http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/silver-falcon-SILF/share-news/Silver-Falcon-PLC-Statement-re-media-speculation/69612059 Price Price Change [%] Bid Offer Open High Low Volume 4.25 0.25 [6.25] 4.00 4.50 4.13 4.75 4.13 7,263,151 Market Cap. [m] Shares In Issue [m] Beta EPS DPS PE Ratio Yield 52-Wks-Range 2.76 64.90 - - - - - 4.75 - 3.00 SILF rose today from 4p to 4.75p within the first few minutes of trading, but then lost a ha'penny of that during the rest of the day, to finish at 4.25p. Volume was a hefty 7.2 million shares traded, over 11% of those in issue.
05/11/2014
12:51
hedgehog 100: As regards TGL's preferred RTO (reverse takeover) target, it seems highly likely in my opinion that it is Deltenna: "A privately held company, Deltenna is profitable and continues to re-invest profits in the development of new technologies and products." http://www.deltenna.com/about-us/overview.aspx There was an agreement in place for GOS Systems to acquire Deltenna with £5M. of the IPO proceeds, so it makes perfect sense for TGL to RTO Deltenna now that TGL has acquired GOS. TGL has been giving out a consistent message for months now that TWO deals were likely to happen, and also that they might be simultaneous, or nearly so. And the fact that they might be simultaneous suggests that they are linked in some way, as GOS and Deltenna are. This would also help to explain Ilyas Khan's selling, as they would need to keep TGL's market cap. down for the RTO to proceed, as the RTO target (Deltenna) has to be bigger than the shell / RTO vehicle (TGL). Deltenna would have to be given more than 50% of the enlarged equity: e.g. 52%, which with about 0.48 billion TGL shares in issue after last week's placing, would take the number up to about a billion TGL shares. At the current TGL share price of just 0.39p, that would give a valuation of only about £4M. This contrasts with the valuation which was to be afforded to a combined GOS Systems + Deltenna after the IPO, of £30M. Strip out the £2.5 of IPO cash that was to be left after the Deltenna acquisition, then this would suggest a valuation of £27.5M. without the 'excess' IPO cash: which would equate to a TGL share price of about 2.75p based on my above figures. In addition, GOS + Deltenna in TGL would have the benefit of Stanhill's brilliant business-nurturing abilities and contacts, and the support of TGL's impressive shareholder base. If I'm right, then now that GOS has been acquired then TGL and Deltenna should move fast on the RTO. And I believe they will want to do so ASAP, to avoid risking the TGL share price taking off too much again.
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