Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rutley (See LSE:DPE) LSE:RTY London Ordinary Share GB00B124YN79 ORD NPV (See LSE:DPE)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 5.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate 0.0 0.5 -0.0 - 12.90

Rutley (See LSE:DPE) Share Discussion Threads

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29/7/2010
20:28
http://www.sharecast.com/cgi-bin/sharecast/story.cgi?story_id=3576439
lbo
06/5/2010
22:11
http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=quote&btn=s_ok&symbol=LSE%3ADPE&s_ok=OK Economic growth to return to Bulgaria in 2011 – EC forecast http://www.sofiaecho.com/2010/05/05/897227_economic-growth-to-return-to-bulgaria-in-2011-ec-forecast
lbo
03/3/2010
10:45
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/b20adc16-1992-11df-af3e-00144feab49a.html Poland shows signs of real estate recovery
lbo
04/12/2009
18:24
http://www.ftadviser.com/FTAdviser/Investments/AssetClass/Property/Commercial/News/article/20091201/50910ca4-de6d-11de-a6d5-00144f2af8e8/Rutley-European-Property-ditches-management-team.jsp The board of the Rutley European Property fund - the commercial property Reit - have terminated the investment management contract with Knight Frank company Rutley Capital Partners.
lbo
10/9/2009
19:31
http://www.propertyweek.com/story.asp?sectioncode=297&storycode=3148317&c=1 Bucharest buyer By Emiko Terazono Published: September 10 2009 http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/06974382-9da1-11de-9f4a-00144feabdc0.html Dinu Patriciu , one of Romania's richest men, continues to lead the consolidation of the Aim-listed property market with a £40m offer for German investment group Deutsche Land. The entrepreneur's Black Sea Global has offered 12p a share in cash. It marks the former architect's third takeover bid for an externally managed listed property fund, having already bought Fabian Romania and a majority stake in Rutley European Property. It is not expected to be the last takeover attempt by Mr Patriciu - who made much of his fortune through the sale of a majority stake in an oil business in 2007 - as he is planning to build a pan-European property business taking advantage of poorly capitalised property funds.
lbo
20/8/2009
07:30
marked up gain? someone wants a few of these surely...:@)
jab118
19/8/2009
14:46
up again, after 20k sells ???
jab118
18/8/2009
13:23
What's all this upgrading over the last few days the price rising with no trades, would the market have an order to fill and no investors are letting go..:@)
jab118
14/8/2009
13:33
lbo.. but hasn't that been the case from the begining and all about not investing more than you can afford.. :@)
jab118
14/8/2009
13:23
http://www.propertyxpress.com/news/011263-German_Shareholders_Reject_Patriciu_Offer_for_25_Pct_Stake_in_Deutsche_Land
lbo
13/7/2009
11:12
six mm's dealing here, last time I looked I'm sure it was two.. are they waiting for some action ?
jab118
11/7/2009
16:13
LBO... From what I can make of this deal, Rutley, is in a far better position now with the financial backing of BSGP. Looks to me that BSGP has taking advantage of this low market, with the insight of future gains.. what's your opinion ?
jab118
09/7/2009
12:40
Also you don't have to sell out yet! It is BSGP's intention that in the event that Rutley maintains its listing on the London Stock Exchange following the offer, the current board will remain as directors and will be joined by Mr. Obie Moore, a director of BSGP. Further details about Mr. Obie Moore are set out in the Offer Document. David Pinckney, Chairman of Rutley, commented: "The offer from BSGP represents an opportunity for Rutley European shareholders to realise a cash sum for their holding now, which may not otherwise be available given the illiquidity of Rutley European's shares. The offer from BSGP provides liquidity, choice and certainty. Shareholders wanting to exit can do so whilst others, including myself, may choose to remain invested in the company with the support of Black Sea Global Properties Limited." Dinu Patriciu of BSGP commented: "We are pleased to have secured a recommendation for our offer which is designed to accommodate those shareholders who are seeking a cash exit as well as those who wish to remain invested. Assuming we achieve control of Rutley via the offer, we intend to stabilise the company's financial position and take other measures to improve the company's performance."
lbo
09/7/2009
10:07
The Rutley Board were always a "poor show"! What do you expect from a crowd of moronic estate agents who are experts at advising people to buy at the peak and sell at the bottom! What do they care..they still got their fees and salaries. http://www.propertyweek.com/story.asp?sectioncode=297&storycode=3142686&c=1 It could face a bid from a rival party. Last November Rutley European's board, chaired by David Pinckney, effectively put the company on the market, when it said it had asked Cenkos 'to provide strategic advice on the options available to the company and is considering the alternative uses of present and future cash reserves'. The reason for the sale was the wide discount to net asset value at which the shares were trading and the lack of liquidity in the shares. Six parties interested It is thought the process has so far attracted around six interested parties.
lbo
09/7/2009
07:56
Board have sold out and recommended the offer be taken up, poor show!
damac
09/7/2009
07:05
Revised offer of 7.25p.
qwazi
08/7/2009
23:35
As per the property valuation and update NAV is now circa 40p and offer of 6p is a 85% discount to NAV. http://www.propertyweek.com/story.asp?sectioncode=297&storycode=3142686&c=1
lbo
02/7/2009
09:09
Don't know about anyone else, but I have not accepted the offer.
damac
27/6/2009
09:54
They must comply with the timetable set out in the takeover code. That is fair to us shareholders because it means others must put up or shut up...
pejaten
24/6/2009
19:12
http://www.birminghampost.net/birmingham-business/birmingham-business-news/commercial-property-birmingham/2009/06/25/banks-ready-to-negotiate-on-breached-loan-cases-65233-23968699/ Banks are less likely to call in loans that have simply breached their loan to value ratios and are instead focusing on restructuring, continued investment or equity injection as possible solutions, according to new research
lbo
15/6/2009
14:49
You can be sure it was overvalued when it floated and its undervalued now that six bidders are interested! LOL http://www.propertyweek.com/story.asp?sectioncode=297&storycode=3142686&c=1 http://www.wall-street.ro/articol/English-Version/66267/Dinu-Patriciu-launches-takeover-bid-for-Rutley-European-Property.html
lbo
13/6/2009
11:13
Can anyone, shed an opinion regaurding the below paragraph and also the share deals Friday, could it be related to the below. Shareholders should note that the Company has received other approaches which may or may not lead to other offers being made for the entire issued share capital of the Company as well. There is no certainty that another offer will however be made. tia.
jab118
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