Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Singer & Fried. LSE:SFL London Ordinary Share GB00B00G7623 ORD 13.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 27.88p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments - - - - 0.00

Singer & Fried. Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/4/2005
20:28
Payday is generally three wekks after the offeror declares the offer unconditional. The offer document has yet to be posted to view the terms anyway. If they do not get the level of control they require then there is the hope a white knight may come in. Payday is a little way off.
inki
28/4/2005
19:29
so the bid value is 320.25p but the shares closed down marginally at 310.5 I would have to say that I am more than a little confused. The price seems mean but the board supports it. I guess there is a real possibility that some of the major shareholders will refuse the deal which will either result in a higher offer or the bid going away. Not a particularly clear cut situation.
salpara111
28/4/2005
12:31
no point in selling in the market might as well wait for the cheque does anyone know when payday is ?
dicklaw45
28/4/2005
07:18
what an anti climax the directors will be laughing all the way to the bank !
dicklaw45
28/4/2005
07:01
3.16 + SOMEONE HAS HAD A LAUGH OR TOUCH
widgee
26/4/2005
08:30
why the rule 2.10 announcement ?
dicklaw45
25/4/2005
08:40
Personally I havent a clue !
dicklaw45
25/4/2005
07:54
Personally I think it will be higher. At £3.50 it would have been agreed earlier.
7767
25/4/2005
07:50
Extract from The Evening Standard's market report 22/04/05 - "Just a few weeks ago, 19% shareholder Icelandic merchant bank Kaupthing announced it was in bid talks with S&F. Since then, not a word has been heard. But whispers around the Square Mile suggest Kaupthing is now ready to offer up to 350p a share, valuing S&F at £605m."
alan@bj
24/4/2005
08:10
whatever!!!!!!
widgee
22/4/2005
13:30
we'll see Kaupthing arent doing the CFDs - thats petty cash for them
dicklaw45
22/4/2005
13:06
The shorters may well make a quick buck if they react quick enough. Lets look at a situation a bid is put to the table or maybe one is SAID to be on the table and a price is talked about which is known will be rejected say £3.40. Off comes the share price and hey presto there emerges another bidder with the right offer. How many times have we seen this happen I was caught out when a similar thing happened when Allied Carpets were taken over. The first bidder cant't lose he can take out short CFDs and also will be rewarded when he sells his own stake to the eventual preditor. I know this is speculation but didn't Green make a tidy some on his HoF shares when his final bid was rejected after all he bought them at around .65p and sold I believe in excess of .85p ALSO ANY POTENTIAL BIDDER would take out short position to protect his initial stake .If the accepted price is near his short position he will not lose too much but if rejected then the possible fall in the share price will be covered by his short positon. If you have been stake building say between 70p-£1.20 you do not want to unload your shares at less than .70p
7767
22/4/2005
12:47
well i dont share your confidence. substantial short CFDs have been executed recently.
dicklaw45
22/4/2005
12:38
I now am confident there is an imminent bid out ther in excess of £3.50 a smoke screen was put out yesterday which I believe was more a bait to smoke out the real contender. too many shares are being moved and sold without a large price drop which means someone is picking them up, even at £3.16 tere will be profit for any speculator.
7767
20/4/2005
07:34
There is stake building being declared every day under rule 8. Why table a full bid at £3.60p-£3.90p when you can still accumulate shares in the market at around £3.15-.18p
7767
19/4/2005
11:24
there wont be a bid now - its gone on far too long
dicklaw45
19/4/2005
08:51
Inki - any idea how much Kaupthing would make/lose on their holding if the takeover went pear-shaped?
alan@bj
19/4/2005
08:10
Nothing like Woolies The interested parties here are careful players who have built up a long term holdings
inki
18/4/2005
14:11
not looking good i must say
dicklaw45
18/4/2005
13:51
oh dear not another woolies
widgee
13/4/2005
14:53
Its a good deal for all. Get it on. 14 days
widgee
13/4/2005
14:45
lot of long trades being done in CFDs
dicklaw45
12/4/2005
07:38
There will not be a timeline on any announcement, but I would expect something by the end of the month at the latest, either positive or negative on the takeover. Stretching it out further than that would be leaving shareholders in limbo for too long. JMHO
peart
08/4/2005
11:13
all quiet on the kaupthing front?
dicklaw45
05/4/2005
13:30
and if a bid is imminent why havent dealings been suspended?
dicklaw45
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