Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Westminster LSE:WSG London Ordinary Share GB00B1XLC220 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.625p -6.58% 8.875p 8.75p 9.00p 9.50p 8.875p 9.50p 1,131,035 16:26:57
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 4.4 -2.0 -2.5 - 10.72

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10/12/2017
08:20
Westminster Daily Update: Westminster is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WSG. The last closing price for Westminster was 9.50p.
Westminster has a 4 week average price of 8.88p and a 12 week average price of 8.88p.
The 1 year high share price is 22.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 8.88p.
There are currently 120,743,420 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,411,476 shares. The market capitalisation of Westminster is £10,715,978.53.
07/12/2017
14:42
youkme: very strange share price over the last few days even by wsg (dog of the year?) standards Any ideas?
04/12/2017
12:47
threeputt: I tend to agree, I think they are stalling on the fundraise beacause of the share price. They will need to raise at least £2m for the debt owed in June at some stage but like the above post I think they can hold off until Feb/March as I believe increase funds from Lunghi are helping imo. Still in deep doodoo whichever way it's seen though
04/12/2017
12:11
graham1ty: I cannot understand why this is holding at these levels. We know thee as to be a fundraising, they have told us it’s 4Q, the share price is below nominal value, so they really should be in deep deep trouble. Why ?
26/9/2017
06:52
graham1ty: Ironically the price will probably go up. Last time Beaufort very effectively massaged the share price up to c18p allowing a nice little turn ( er......up to 80% ) to its punters. Will try to do the same again now. As WSG must have known they needed these funds weeks ago, I am surprised it was not done earlier, when the price was higher. They might have got it away at 12p or so.
05/9/2017
10:52
graham1ty: I think he said never again a couple of years ago......and has already gone back on that. So another Darwin is nothing new in terms of broken undertakings. I would have thought the much more likely option is Beaufort. They must rather like WSG....a few fees, and some of their clients made a nice 50% plus ( up to 80% for the clever ones) flipping the 10p placement. So my bet would be on another 10p fund raise to Beaufort "just to cross the line". That will get everyone excited and let the flippers make another profit. They have to do this soon, before the interims. Anyone reading the interims will see how awful underlying trading is ( the first proper ferry figures, no contract signed, and not much else to say) and there is a danger of the share price drifting down again close to nominal value ( 10p). So, a Placing soon would be my best guess
27/7/2017
15:20
threeputt: Share price slipping doesn't indicate anything happening 'soon', you will always get an indication no matter how much a tight ship they intend to keep, share price more suggests another placing coming, that Duchess won't come free
24/7/2017
10:16
graham1ty: Neo, you need to heal your wounds, time to move on and sell WSG, it is evident you paid much higher than these levels and are praying the share price will rise. It is understandable you are annoyed with anyone who questions yr position. PS, just remind me which bit of my criticism of WSG has been wrong ? The cumulative 13 years of delays ? The twenty three fundraisings ?
29/6/2017
13:09
loobrush: WSG is a risky share to buy,however having said that I must admit the AGM statement and comments from those that attended AGM is indeed very bullish. Clearly the Directors who are flying to see the customer expect to come back with an order otherwise they would not have mentioned it. The share price, if the contract is won could easily surpass 60p based on the contract value and once one contract is agreed I feel that the others might well also follow as it will give others the confidence to go ahead. So to my mind you risk the share price dropping 50% if its a no go or it multiplying by 400% or more if the contract comes in. I think that even if news comes out that they have flown could well see a price in the mid twenties,it has reached 30p before on possible news. . All in all this is one of the best odds on thing I have seen on Aim this year and have increased my holding.
22/11/2016
13:13
loobrush: lse comment Opinion: Strong Buy Price: 16.125 View Thread (6)Loan note terms-detailToday 12:48Reading the RNS carefully I have noted the following. The loan is such that it is not all issued at once,WSG can take it as required in £25,000.00 bites. Conversion terms of loan are- no conversion before January 1st. After January 1st conversion to be at the lesser of 63p per share or 90% of the average of 5 lowest days out of the ten preceding conversion. So to me it is clear that WSG are expecting AN ORDER PRIOR TO XMAS in which case either they can pay of theamount of loan drawn or the price Darwin can convert the loan at will be much higher than todays price. Also they don't have to take all the loan if they don't want to. Darwin also have warrants converible at 28p The loan is very flexible in that basically WSG pay 10% for all they borrow, but they could borrow nothing or the whole amount. Whilst Darwin will get 10% on all borrowings, if the share price takes off prior to Xmas they wiuld have to pay 28p to exercise the warrants and the loan could be converted (terms as above) ata discount to the share price then. So there is no reason why the share price should have dropped so much today in my view as this is all pointing to WSG expecting a deal before Xmas. As this loan with Darwin was also agreed with their major shareholders they must have information that indicates this will be so. Its a great 50-50 gamble that they will achieve this-so I have added to my holding-the next weeks prior to Xmas should be very exciting
11/7/2014
13:40
saucepan: Hi eeza I first started building a position in WSG at around 16p levels and rode up into the 80s. I sold out when 80p failed. I tried buying back when it looked like things were bottoming at 70p, but sold out when 70p failed - so that was an unsuccessful trade. Yes, I am only just buying back in again. Re your query on Weinstein's approach: For me, whether to sell up or reduce on a break of the 50 day moving average is still an intuitive decision rather than a hard and fast rule. I would definitely sell up if the 150 day MA is breached. Sometimes I wait for a two-week candle to form below the 150 day MA as confirmation rather than the first day a stock falls through the 150 day MA - just in case there is a quick spike back up. I once read that it is good to think of support levels as a "mattress" (thus with a bit of give and spring) rather than as a rigid line. I think there is something in that. As to WSG currently, yes: you are right, the WSG share price is not yet above a rising 150-day MA and nor has the 50 day crossed above the 150 day: so this is not a strict "Weinstein" trade for me. However, having followed WSG so closely for a long time, I like to think I have a bit of a feel for it and I liked the current risk reward set up. My first entry point has a stop below 50p. I added again today on the basis that 60p looks as if it could be offering support. I'll ride momentum while it is there, but would not hesitate to get out quickly if the trade goes against me. I still have considerable bearish reservations about the WSG story even though I also like the bull case. However, it is what the market thinks, not me - and it does look like buying interest is returning judging by the turn up in the chart.
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