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|What kind of curve ball are you thinking?|
|I am waiting for Graham to throw the curve ball.|
|Not aware anyone's shown any interest so no Code deadlines. Guess the next thing they'll do is have the continuation vote.|
|Is there a deadline on the whole "in bid" situation?|
|Liquidity has gone from bad to worse.Shore Capital.|
|Not an obvious faller on a Trump victory, to be fair.|
|Damille have circa 4.3m shares.
Off the top of my head, their average purchase price is over 50p per share.
I presume SPPC are still allowed to buy back their own shares.
Slight conflict of interest with Shore Capital.|
|Just highlighting their approach...|
|A quick look at Damille EPIC:DIL2 (their current investment vehicle) shows it's not easy markets for them either.|
|Not sure of the relevance of the above since it's from 2012!|
|Surprised Damille has not tried to ginger SPPC up.|
|Well, it's in play at the moment?|
|This would make quite a nice shell for a holding co to relocate to the Channel Islands.|
|Or, unhappy shareholders could sell their shares and move on, perhaps remembering not to buy shares at such wasteful companies in the future?|
|Never listened to you before.
No point starting now.|
|Shareholders should all write to request running expenses are kept tight and not wasted in consultants who do not add value and erode shareholder returns.
They seem to hire consultants on tap and costs / value is bonkers.|
|You following me around from opp russman? We'll have to stop meeting like this...|
|I have more faith in Mr Shore than Captain Bob.|
|Mind you. The only have a year left don't they?|
|Well, they might fritter the cash away, but if they intend to sell the whole lot to another trust, or themselves, all those investments cost about 7p at the current share price?|
|They did seem notably quiet about selling the co itself - much more about trying to realise the individual holdings. ie might be wrong about "MBO on the cheap".
I like the cash but if it takes say 2yrs to wind up, if not longer, how much will have gone on listing expenses/salaries etc?
Still, as with anything, at the right price it's cheap - discount to what I regard as a depressed NAV is massive here.|
|Nearly half the share price is cash at moment as well...|
|Stale announcement before they flog it?|