Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Worthington Grp LSE:WRN London Ordinary Share GB00B01YQ796 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 87.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 0.3 -5.3 -42.0 - 11.20

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28/6/201616:53hoping for news of trading starting soon again19.00
03/6/201517:19Worthington on the move?23.00
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20/1/2017
08:20
Worthington Group Daily Update: Worthington Grp is listed in the Personal Goods sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WRN. The last closing price for Worthington Group was 87p.
Worthington Grp has a 4 week average price of 87p and a 12 week average price of 87p.
The 1 year high share price is 87p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 12,869,645 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Worthington Grp is £11,196,591.15.
17/1/2017
19:53
andy: Karolina, I did read up on TI after the action was started, and yes it wouldn't normally involve posters on a BB, what if there was a concerted effort against a company? And that ran down the share price, and then they couldn't do deals? Just a thought, I honestly don't know. AE is involved in a similar action re Rangers FC: hTTp://thecelticblog.com/2016/12/blogs/another-legal-bombshell-hits-sevco-as-the-worthington-group-prepares-to-sue/
06/1/2017
21:51
knigel: Roy - they either really believe it - or love winding the non believers up! (or both).. give us evidence like the company name - nomad - funding - share price - gift ratio - first deal - then I for one will happily eat humble pie and probably buy in if listed. Otherwise I wish they shut up about New Co. - no more proof as Santa Claus atm !!
29/12/2016
21:55
knigel: roydyor - agree. What about the rampers who get a share price spike then sell out at a profit without telling anyone? (the so called mug punters)... Should I go to court and ask for compo for buying in on a spike due to ramping posts? Should I ask for them to be removed? WRN has been suspended for two years FFS so I just can't get my head around how virtually any post here can have caused the RTOs not to take place etc. Perhaps we need to know which posts are in question to judge for ourselves whether they are worthly of court action?
14/12/2016
21:04
roydyor: I will post this here just in case it gets deleted again. GumT Posts: 130 Off Topic Opinion: No Opinion Price: 87.00 RE: Legal action against BOD Today 20:44FRom my post earlier in day, now missing: There are many issues here: Presumably false accounting on previous accounts. Which in turn led to bull run on share price The share price went up and Liberty sold all of its shares only to have Co suspended a few hours later. Is that Liberty connected to the Doug's Liberty? Has anyone made any research on this? It was WRN who requested suspension. So it wasnt that they were suspended. That suspension shouldn't have lasted more than a month in any event. What followed was an endless Q&A giving the inpression that all was to happen imminently, shortly, talks about NAV in excess of £5, significant shareholders' return and other BS about creating a grey market etc. Smoke and mirrors leading to shareholders expecting day after after day and week after week for over two years, instead of tryng to get rid of the shares via direct sale outside the stock exchange. There is a lot more than the above. I'm sure others have dug deeper in the mud that is WRN. The point is, that shareholders were duped into investing via false announcements and publicity. If we succeed on this basic claim, BOD is personally liable for our losses.
08/12/2016
14:05
sankaku atama: Hello Cliff, I used to enjoy your posts on LSE, and this one absolutely nails it on the head. However, and fwiw, I don't subscribe to the notion that size matters here i.e. the same level of scrutiny and sanctions - if proven that have acted in contravention of the regulations - should be commensurate with the offence(s) committed, not the size of the company in question. As others, both on here and LSE have frequently suggested, the potential outcome(s)here, both from WRN and its BoD, as well as the regulatory bodies' perspective will set a precedent, arguably a very dangerous one, moving forward. Clearly, there are far too many anomalies in terms of what Douglas Ware purported in the many RNS and Q&As that accompanied WRN's dramatic share price rise upon the resumption of its trading back in 2014 for this not to be pulled apart piece by piece, deal by deal, RNS by RNS until the truth is fully elicited. One thing is for sure, it should make for a very compelling read when that day arrives.
08/12/2016
12:58
cliffpeat: sankaku atama: Those responsible within WRN and the regulators, London Stock Exchange, board of directors (and shadow directors, if any) and others may avoid sanction on the basis of "materiality" and "good money after bad". Set against BHS it is small beer. However it has attracted the attention of Private Eye as well as TW and others. In case of any interest to ADVFN readers and stakeholders who may not have been following the detail of how WRN has ended up liquidated (subject to a successful Judicial Review), I re-post my summary from June 2016 on another board: "WRN Discussion Post 02/06/2016 The post-mortem could be interesting for shareholders, pensioners of WRN scheme, creditors of Nunaminerals A/S and anyone investing in London Stock Exchange regulated companies. Discovering (inter alia): 1. The reason the various oversight authorities and Stock Exchange allowed a publicly listed company to not publish statutory accounts 2. Ditto re: general meetings of members 3. Whether all shares, warrants and convertible loan notes were issued for value and in accordance with all provisions of the company's Articles and company law. 4. The reasons (13 to date) the Takeover Panel has allowed the suspension of shares in the light of other companies act breaches. 5. Whether any person currently disqualified from acting as a director has acted as a shadow director of WRN 6. Whether any RNS notifications were made to deliberately deceive. 7. Whether the losses on realisation of any company assets at a small fraction of their "book" value were as a result of wholly "arms length" transactions. 8. Whether the director(s) of the company acting as company secretary of the WRN has been at fault or negligent. [PD COSEC LTD - 05399859] 9. Whether there had been any unusual WRN share transactions the timing of which might indicate the possibility of "insider trading". If you are a shareholder (etc.) there will be other items to add to this list. The answers to these points might show that the company and its officers have acted prudently and in the interests of all stakeholders throughout. What do you think?" END If a shareholder felt it appropriate to send this and other questions to the liquidator when appointed, it might help to save time and frame part of the investigation into this failed venture.
06/12/2016
19:47
roydyor: Giantsquid thinks I left LSE and had my posts erased in order to avoid prosecution. Well Giant apart from all my posts being the truth you will find that PB has screenshots of all the posts that he thought were libelous. Just for you Giant it is my opinion that WRN was a fraud due to the relisting with a false set of accounts claiming a higher value than it was worth for the LFL claim, this caused the rise in the share price enabling some to sell their shares at an inflated price. The reason I left is that this post would have been deleted on LSE. No wonder TW made you moron of the week. Just to add to the moron outbursts, PB thinks that I am running scared and will be back because I have nowhere else to go. Ever heard of ADVFN PB? Oh yes I forgot you are on here as copperwindow. I can really tell you what I think of you on here, you snivelling apologist for the worst run company on the Main market.
04/8/2016
12:19
papillon: Some people believe the Earth is flat. Others believe man has never set foot on the Moon. Yet others believe the 9/11 twin towers attack was the work of George W Bush in conjunction with the Jews. Many American voters believe Donald Trump is possessed of many (maybe all) of the qualities necessary to become President of the USA (LOL). No amount of evidence will convince these believers otherwise. Similarly some believe that WRN will return from suspension and the WRN share price will rocket. It's an act of faith; they are believers and no amount of evidence to the contrary will convince them otherwise. I suppose that's why apparently sane, rational, educated, people fall for the very obvious internet scams organised by the many conmen populating the web. Boiler room scams being an obvious example, where people spend tens of thousands of pounds on worthless shares and end up losing all of their money.
03/3/2015
09:09
cautoussid1: as we get closer to trading again , am glad I not one of the shorters caught when wrn went into suspension , especially if WRN share price in the weeks and months after trading moves up to around £20 a share
22/2/2015
00:10
papillon: cautioussid Posts: 16,155 Premium Chat Member Off Topic Opinion: No Opinion Price: 87.00 shakeyourbodySat 23:51 also hoping that WRN will be able to RELEASE THE INFORMATION over a number of weeks , and it will be interesting to how much this share price moves up ,when one looks at how many posts are coming in it makes me so pleased that I hold wrn shares >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> "makes me so pleased that I hold wrn shares" Sorry sid you're not cautious at all. In fact time will prove you were very reckless to buy WRN shares!! sid? A deluded fantasist like many who post on the lse bb. I'm not trying to knock the WRN share price so it opens lower when it re-lists because I don't believe it will re-list.
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