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|This dog was 2300p in the dot com bubble|
|True posted more because I thought the timeline info might be of interest.|
|It's the Guardian.
They are hardly going to be in agreement of anything Murdoch does, are they?|
|I think we could be below 750 without the bidFigures have been poor they are having to do hefty discounts to stop people leaving after the increases in broadband,where people can get out of contracts.Also the massive amount they payed for football is looking questionable, audience figures are down, they have all but dropped the idea of Friday night football.They fell out and almost lost all the discovery channels a couple of months back Not a great year for them imo.|
|You could well be right, pH, and it could be even worse, back to around the 750p pre-bid levels?
Let's be honest, the recent figures weren't that good, so if the Fox bid is blocked/pulled I can't see anyone else rushing in to take Sky over.|
|If for any reason it's bad, then the shares will fall by 20%|
|Expecting some news by the end of the week.
If (as expected) it's good, then the shares should be significaintly higher by this time next week.|
|Wish Sky would hurry up and notify the EC on their plans.
It's starting to get very boring.|
|US hedge funds have built up positions in pay-TV broadcaster Sky in a bet that 21st Century Fox’s takeover bid will succeed, The Sunday Telegraph reported.|
|Murdock needs to take over and fast SKY is dog sh1t , un-news + trustworthy and reckless with facts. In fact 20% of the news they report on is bull dh1t boring rubbish , reach for the TV controller style cringe. Let Murdock have his baby back.. The current owners will kill the corp if they don't change direction they are outmoded ...If Murdock doesn't get this then goodbye current levels...|
The former Labour leader Ed Miliband is leading a campaign for the media regulator Ofcom to launch a full inquiry into Rupert Murdoch's bid for ownership of the satellite broadcaster Sky. In a letter to Sharon White, the chief executive of Ofcom, Miliband is one of several senior cross-party politicians to demand that the regulator carry out a "fit and proper person" test following 21st Century Fox's bid for the 61% of Sky it does not already own. - Guardian|
|I quite enjoyed watching it rise a penny or two, every single day.|
|Someone got bored of 1p moves ;)|
|What's just happened?|
|average number of shares on loan (% of shares in issue) from Euroclear website increased to 11.32 last month but there are no short positions above 0.5% declared to the FCA. I can't be bothered to search through all those recent RNS Form 8.3 declarations. Maybe it is an interested party borrowing shares for the voting rights...
|Sold half of my holding today.
|Am out of these,I think it will go through eventually but could be a few bumps along the way so decided to cash in,good luck all.|
|Just as well we have the bid,not great results think we would be heading lower.
Basically they are paying to much for football but have little choice as losing it would be a disaster.
Suspect they will pay less next time though.|
|Sky customers could be about to lose Discovery and Eurosport channels.
Wow can only imagine they are using scare tactics to try and get them to back down,if it goes through I think many customers will leave.
|Watch Sky plc (SKY) closely on potential upcoming earnings-numbers surprise
|I'm a bit confused about timescale on this one.
What has happened to the 10 working day referral decision? Maybe they're picking 10 random days, before making a statement.
Certainly the market doesn't seems overly concerned, with steady 1 or 2p rises most days.|
|Essential investor you should have listened to me from the start then you wouldn't have lost your shirt !!!. I told you ages ago, don't blame other traders for your inadequacies.|