Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Resurge LSE:RUE London Ordinary Share GB0030899321 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 874.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 0.00

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/10/2005
14:47
simonevans, You must RUE the day you bought this stock.
english bigblls
27/9/2005
19:22
Check out Rowlands Resurge . lol. basket case. Tell him to get some long trousers and stop playing on his pops reputation
drbeat
20/9/2005
12:16
after LGB next week I can make an entry here
lord santafe
08/9/2005
08:21
Back from the dead ?
rheiner
13/5/2005
19:01
Got an invite to AGM to be held shortly anybody know if this old dog is still twitching.???
abubryn
14/3/2005
21:39
Yes, all sold for virtually nothing. What a bargain these assets are at these prices!
topvest
14/3/2005
08:04
Spotted some news on Chesterton, whilst trawling: http://news.independent.co.uk/business/news/story.jsp?story=619230 Rgds dell
dell314
12/3/2005
12:53
Rowland explains. "We're investors. We never get involved with running businesses because it's not our game." Stick your dosh in a tracker fund then. How are they still hyping Jellyworks as a success story? It was sold to Dad and most of the investments it made went bust. Then there was a SFA investigation into the rowland families share dealings. They basically awarded themselves 3 million pounds of shares and flogged them the next day, while all the mug investors were tied down and unable to sell for 12 months. Rowland never turned up for work and the chief executive walked out when he realised that it was a scam company and he wasn't in on it. East end market traders done good. Rowland junior is now getting divorced and the missus is gunning for not just his wealth but pop's as well, saying that she was responsible for his 'success'. They will let this one rot and die.
miamisteve
09/3/2005
09:48
Update RNS issued: http://www.uk-wire.com/cgi-bin/articles/200503090932235106J.html Extract: Skillglas has outstanding borrowings amounting to approx £7m, securted by fixed and floating charge over Resurge, which as a result of the above (Chesterton) now cannot be repaid. Discussions have commenced with the lenders with regards to restructuring these borrowings.
swalker
08/3/2005
20:50
Oh dear! Well Chesterton going bust was a bit of a surprise. Their accounts for 2003 were only signed off on 20 December 2004 by Ernst & Young. No mention of going concern issues and down it goes less than 3m afterwards. I bet E&Y are a tad embarassed. The accounts gave no indication that there was a going concern uncertainty hanging over the group. The business looked in better shape than the year before. They must have been hit hard in the residential business by the looks of things! It is difficult to see that any value is left for Resurge shareholders now. Anything left will be salvaged by Rowland Capital. Strange that the Resurge price dipped sharply a week or two ago - there must have been some rumblings about Chesterton's difficulties at that time. Big question is whether or not "Daddy" will bail out this company to stop it going bust - suspect if he does there won't be any value left for us. He's probably not best pleased though given that Rowland Capital are not going to get all their money back now. A sad end, to a promising story in the early days. At the end of the day though the Chesterton deal was one deal too far!
topvest
08/3/2005
16:25
Chesterton Call in the receivers: http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/news/articles/17120980?source=Evening%20Standard
swalker
08/3/2005
13:02
Suspended as of 13:00 pending clarification of finances. Ie Its bust. http://www.uk-wire.com/cgi-bin/articles/200503081300034721J.html
swalker
19/2/2005
19:06
It's certainly an interesting one this one. My reading of the situation: They owe £7m+ to Rowland Capital, and this is due for repayment, but can't be paid. However, they do have a long term asset...they own 86% of Chesterton Int Ltd which seems to be trading better now and has just filed accounts at Companies House for the year ended June 2004. It is certainly not going bust by the looks of things and has an unqualified audit report. Chesterton is worth more than £7m, but with the Phoenix litigation can't easily be sold. It can also not pay dividends at the moment. So, how do they repay the £7m to Rowland Capital.....will it go private or is a deal on the cards, maybe through conversion of the loans into equity or delaying repayment for equity? Maybe they would have been better not pulling the plug on Phoenix Acquisitions for a technical breach. This is all a bit of a mess!
topvest
09/2/2005
21:36
Results are at least a couple of weeks off by the sound of things. I will only buy some more on this with some positive news. Too risky at the moment imo.
topvest
09/2/2005
11:21
Cant see no reason for the rise whats going on gents
negus1
09/2/2005
10:02
Bouncing back today.
topvest
09/2/2005
09:47
that's not updated regularly either!
topvest
09/2/2005
07:54
Which is why he only place to get information is to go to their subsidiary's website - Chesterton International: http://www.chesterton.com.sg/newsite/index.php?id=12
pylon
09/2/2005
07:47
Yes their web-site was really good, but they stopped updating it and this is the only page left. Does not fill you with encouragement does it!
topvest
08/2/2005
23:40
Is this it ! http://www.resurgeplc.com ?
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