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|The acquisition of CMI strengthens UBM's portfolio and position in the US events industry. Content marketing is an exciting sector that complements UBM's presence in the technology sector. Recently, UBM released a trading update and stated that its performance was in line with expectations for the year to date. The large events continue to drive performance, most notably, Game Developers' Conference, MAGICVegas, Enterprise Connect, MD&M West and Hotelex/FineFoods. The company made good progress in the implementation of the first events transitioning onto the new Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platform and in procurement savings on target. Integration of the recently acquired Business Journals Inc is underway.
From Beaufort's note out earlier today it's on researchtree|
|Read Beaufort Securities's note on UBM PLC (UBM), out this morning, by visiting hxxps://www.research-tree.com/company/JE00B2R84W06
"On 12 May UBM announced that Innodata Inc has agreed to acquire the assets and rights to PR Newswire's Agility business. The sale of Agility is contingent on completion of the sale of PR Newswire to Cision, which remains subject to Hart-Scott-Rodino antitrust clearance in the US and the satisfaction of other customary closing conditions. Other than that delay, things are on track and recent weakness may present a buying opportunity..."|
|still no news sinc enov last year - today an agreement /aquisition annouced|
|Perhaps not going anywhere is rather good in this market?|
|why is there no news here- this is a possible a target for a takeover? wht others think?|
|Thanks jeffian. I see it was 97% taken up.|
"....have procured subscribers for the remaining...New Ordinary Shares not validly taken up in the Rights Issue...at a price of 452 pence per New Ordinary Share.
In respect of New Ordinary Shares not validly taken up in the Rights Issue, the
net proceeds from the placing of such New Ordinary Shares (after the deduction
of the aggregate of the Rights Issue Price of 287 pence per New Ordinary Share
and the expenses of procuring subscribers including any applicable brokerage
and commissions and amounts in respect of value added tax) will be paid
(without interest) to those persons whose rights have lapsed in accordance with
the terms of the Rights Issue..."|
|I thought you only followed AIM dog penny-stocks, g2?!
|Hi Robert, I think we used to discuss Barclays mainly in years gone by.|
|Graham, remind me of the shares/or opinions we have talked about before(the old brain sells are going)
If your dad has the old paper share certificates then get onto the registrars ASAP, I think the 12th Dec is last day to pay the 287p per RI
They should have written to him, maybe he thought it was junk mail or has he moved since the UBM shares were acquired?
As I said he should get something if you can't get payment in time.
If you have the online nomination share holdings the UBMN shares would be in your portfolio(some posters have said they had them)|
|Thanks Robert (and how are you keeping, by the way? It's been a long time).
I went round to see my Dad today and look at the papers; it's a traditional issue without the rights paying for new shares option, which I think you mainly get with privatizations and similar where there are a lot of Joe Six Pack shareholders.
Ideally I'd sell the UBMN tomorrow for a bird in the hand, but that might be difficult for us so I'll hope the sponsors get a good price on Thursday or Friday, whenever it is.|
|There is a market to sell the nil paid (UBMN), so you could sell some (as you say) and use the proceeds to pay for some of the RI allocation
I think if you do nothing the registrars pay you the price of UBMN at the close of business when they become fully paid|
|Do I assume this is one of those situations where you either need to sell the rights or take the rights up, but the one thing not to do is do nothing? Is there an option to sell some rights to finance taking up the balance?|
|I have UBM at 453 to buy and UBMN at 165 to buy now
on the 4th Dec 11:00 UBM at 465 and UBMN at 178
Is it going lower?
I have 11th Dec as last day to pay the 287p for the RI shares
Anyone know when the UBMN go fully paid and stop being traded|
|Thanks, I had tried UBMNP|
|H.L have given them an epic of UBMN|
|My shares are with Hargreaves Lansdown. This morning when I logged in, they are showing me my nil paid rights and the current price.They are 168.75 right now|
|PAA, do you have a site/stockbroker showing the Nil Paid price?
I got the estimate of value of Nil Paid wrong, it should be 5/4 x 125p = 156.2p
So your 166p shows hope of an increase|
|Notice says UBM non paid will be tradable from this morning but I cant't find a quote yet|
|They are not really 22% down compared to yesterday. It's just the effect of the extra rights issue shares.Yesterday I owned 1535 at 578p each. Today I own 1535 at 452p and 1228 'Nil paid rights' currently valued at 166p each.If you do the maths my holding today is worth 1% more than yesterday.|
|R I is 4 new shares @ 287p for every 5 existing shares
Shares down from 576p yesterday to Buy @ 450p today
Record date for shares that will get RI is 24th Nov so that is why the share price dropped today by 126p(so if you buy now no RI with them)
The RI non paid should be valued around 125p when they become tradable|
|They got their vote to buy the US company and a rights issue
Down 125p - 22% the market doesn't like it|