Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Teesland Plc LSE:TLD London Ordinary Share GB0031695223 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 189.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate - - - - 237.44

Teesland Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/5/2010
23:31
CG tax increase on trading imminent!!!
bunton
11/5/2010
22:13
Clegg is now deputy PM !, could'nt make it up if you tried, the conservative rank and file are absolutely seething.
spongy2
11/5/2010
21:50
Tory Lib Dem, = Debtors Limy - bound to appeal to the septics (yanks). =Morbidly Set - we should all be hoping this is not the case, at least for the next 4 years = Limb Destroy - It's Gordon and his gung ho economics and "prudence" that IS costing us an arm and a leg; let's hope they (Tory/ Lib Dems) can get us out of the problems.
spinvest
27/6/2007
16:39
13% up again today - and thank goodness people are keeping quiet about it still.
sandbank
26/6/2007
21:28
Quiet thread. What does today's rise portend I wonder - a full blown bid?
sandbank
28/1/2007
14:00
Most commentators seem to believe that Polygon will fail in their attempt to squeeze out a higher price, and if they persist will end up holding a worthless stake in a shell company. But they must think they know better, so wdik?
diogenesj
27/1/2007
11:17
Does anyone know what is happening here? Is this a £2 plus share? I have accepted the offer of £159.25 but will this offer be finalised? any views please.
walrus5
17/1/2007
12:09
Can't give advice - but if I still had the shares I think I would be inclined to sell now in the market. A hedge fund has been buying in the hope of spoiling the bid or squeezing out a higher price. It's a question of whether you want to wait and gamble on them succeeding, or take the money now.
diogenesj
16/1/2007
23:22
I didn't accept the offer and selftrade now say that I can decline it although the shares 'disappeared' from my portfolio. Not megabucks but if I sold at 166 less dealing costs then I would be better off than taking 159. Anyone else in this boat? sgb
sgb
03/1/2007
23:07
I didnt anticipate it either. Just lazy and left it sitting because there was nothing attractive enough at that moment to reinvest in. Also I had been lucky enough to hold RTD when there was a bid earlier in the Autumn so I knew the routine. I didnt really expect any further action here however and am still doubtful. Assuming a further higher bid materializes and is successful as long as you still hold I think you will get the higher price. You have probably agreed not to sell in the interm as part of the acceptance anyway.
zetland post
03/1/2007
20:49
I think that's the right decision, Zetland - leave it to the last minute and see what happens. Something certainly seems to be up. Unfortunately I failed to anticipate this and have already accepted the offer.
diogenesj
03/1/2007
19:35
Dio I think i will hang on to my holding a few days longer. 10m shares traded today and every trade above the 159.25p offer price. No good reason to buy above surely unless the prospect of a higher bid so I think I will watch and wait. My letter of acceptance/refusal must be with my nominee brokers by midday 10th Jan so if anything is going to happen it will need to be soon. Anybody else with a view on this?
zetland post
03/1/2007
12:43
Sorry, torabora, but anyone foolish enough to post a ramp on a dead thread doesn't deserve to be read. torabora - 3 Jan'07 - 12:19 - 100 of 100 (Filtered)
diogenesj
03/1/2007
12:19
If you like property might want to look at NTA, Prime London housebuilder, on the roll.!!
torabora
03/1/2007
12:13
Interesting goings on here: now above the bid price. Looks as though someone is planning a counterbid.
diogenesj
21/12/2006
14:42
Happy Christmas to you too, melody, and no offence intended. :-)
diogenesj
21/12/2006
14:22
Goooooooooood call Tim ;)
m4m
21/12/2006
13:45
OK DJ - I did not spot the chairmans involvement in the earlier releases (though I do see it now) and only posted to highlight that. Hey I don't mind a bit of Xmas joviality to go along with a 35% gain in the portfolio!
melody9999
21/12/2006
12:03
Cheers CR. Was looking at NCU the other day. Missed the last few days rise, so not sure about risk/reward etc, etc.
iandippie
21/12/2006
11:51
Yes, I think we noticed that, melody. :-)
diogenesj
21/12/2006
11:45
Industrial property fund manager Teesland (LSE: TLD.L - news) has recommended a £200m cash offer worth 159.25p a share from SCAMP Holdings, a group that includes its own chairman Kevin McCabe.
melody9999
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