Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Trinity Care LSE:TYC London Ordinary Share GB0008874074 ORD #1
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +£0.00 - - - - - - - - -
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 0.00

Trinity Care Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/3/2006
01:10
If you held on simon well done. Who ever buys these will be getting them very cheap.
plainz
15/2/2006
13:35
Well done simon, 50% isn't bad. I can't imagine BHP will counterbid. they have rights they have agreed to give up, if they wanted control they'd use these instead and a have a 50% stake. Skafell are unlikely to come back as well. The management might have profit shares or positions with the deal. Crosby are good at spotting assets though. If they'd gone 80c instead of 64c to start they'd probably have taken it.
plainz
15/2/2006
10:47
plainz, one can hardly blame the management. On the face of it Antofagasta offered a decent premium to the share price yesterday. I had hoped that TYC would go all the way and that I would get a multibagger but I will have made nearly 50% in a couple of weeks and the management will have done a whole lot better than that. I hope that BHP Billiton will sit up and take notice and come in with a higher bid. After all it is a very big resource.
simonbroughton
15/2/2006
10:22
i was waiting for aim but too late now. It does seem too cheap but the management don't seem to mind.
plainz
15/2/2006
07:52
Well, all this is short lived now it seems. Antofagasta has now decided to buy out the whole company at au$1.20 per share. This has been unanimously recommended by the board. A nice short term gain for those of us who are already in but still ludicrously cheap in view of the size of the resource.
simonbroughton
13/2/2006
17:56
langland is correct. I spoke to John Harrison at Numis today and he told me that TYC are not raising any extra cash from the forthcoming float. The company wants exposure to the London market because Antofagasta is virtually unknown in Australia but listed in London and so investor interest was likely to be greater over here in the light of the Antofagasta deal. Where the Sunday Telegraph got £20m from I don't know unless they made an error and meant to say £50m. If you have a query the Numis number to ring is 020 7776 1590
simonbroughton
13/2/2006
07:17
Mkt. cap is 118mn Aud which is about £50mn. Still cheap.
langland
13/2/2006
04:24
Have they got the market cap wrong in the article?
plainz
08/2/2006
20:35
flips, I think Numis securities is handling the float. I don't know if you can get in on the float or not. The AIM listing is a secondary listing and this has become common practice amongst foreign companies looking for extra exposure on the LSE. The ASX listing will remain. You can add to your ASX holding through any broker willing to do the trade on your behalf or, if you cannot get in on the float, wait for trading to start on AIM and buy then in the normal way.
simonbroughton
08/2/2006
18:46
SB. Thanks for that. So how do we buy (add to our current ASX holdings) at the AIM launch? Join the queue with the others? Do we know who is handling the float? And will the shares continue to be listed separately, both on ASX and AIM? All info gratefully received.
flips
08/2/2006
18:45
gwilkins, may I suggest you phone Numis Securities 020 7776 1493 if you haven't already.
simonbroughton
08/2/2006
18:39
flips, you are dead right! By far the best possible outcome is to agree the JV agreement with Antofagasta. Then the sky would be the limit as to how far these will go in time. gwilkins, I decided to buy on the ASX so that I could have them in my ISA. The voting on the deal with Antofagasta and other resolutions concerning the granting of options will take place on Feb 23rd. If the resolutions are all passed, as I expect, the company will be safe from the take over attempt and I think the share price will rise sharply. The AIM float is due to take place on or about Feb 28th and I would guess that the shares will start trading at a higher price than the current price on the ASX. I shall be on holiday by Feb 28th anyway. When trading starts I will be stepping onto the tarmac at Cape Town airport!
simonbroughton
08/2/2006
08:25
Has anyone tried to get any shares from the upcoming placement on AIM ?
gwilkins26
07/2/2006
23:06
Today I received an invitation to sell my shares at AUD 0.775 in the takeover bid for Tethyan. As the current price is AUD 0.9 it seems wise to decline this less-than-generous offer. Am I right?
flips
07/2/2006
09:17
Back down to 90c. The chart seems to be delayed by a day on this. Anyone have opinions on these?
plainz
06/2/2006
08:06
Now 95c. Was upto 98c.
plainz
03/2/2006
09:16
Ticked down slightly overnight. Any guesses where it'll be for AIM listing?
plainz
01/2/2006
20:31
plainz, I paid a £12.50 admin fee and a £50 depot fee. My broker is Gerrard.
simonbroughton
01/2/2006
15:12
Share price now 88.5c on ASX.
plainz
31/1/2006
16:24
I paid £76 on 7600 transaction ...seemed in line with what i normally pay.
langland
31/1/2006
15:25
What were the charges? I've been quoted £50 a transaction from www.stocktrade.co.uk as they are held in an overseas nominee account, plus dealing charges (£15-25). Does this seem in line?
plainz
31/1/2006
07:43
walker crips but i'm sure many other brokers could do it. i also have some oz stocks with natwest.
langland
31/1/2006
07:29
And now 88c. langland who did you use?
plainz
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