Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
XN Checkout Hld LSE:XNC London Ordinary Share GB00B01NVQ01 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p - - - - - - - - -
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Unknown - - - - 0.00

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/9/2005
15:25
I don't think you have the choice anyway now, N. XNC have been delisted. You should have had your Torex shares by now. If you didn't accept the offer, Torex will compulsorily acquire them in due course. Best wishes. I see you have already made your mark on the Torex board. :-)
diogenesj
11/9/2005
19:23
Are you sure I should be looking at the bid price, they are being converted not sold. Current share price TRX 117 * 2.547 = 2.9799 (Sp of XNC 302.5) Bid share price TRX 116 * 2.547 = 2.9545 (bid price XNC 290) It wouldn't have made ecomoncial sense to sell them because of the spread on XNC. However, we don't appear to be getting full value, but is better to wait till after conversion before selling because of narrower spread on TRX. eg. 100 XNC sell before conversion 100 * 2.90p = £290 convert them first 100 * 2.547 = 254 new trx shares (company get to keep .7 of a share) 254 * 1.16 = £294.64 Better off by £4.64 Anyway, no matter, we'll see what happens shortly.
nfranks
10/9/2005
09:06
I think you need to look at the bid price, N. Torex Retail 116p bid x 2.547 = 295.45p per XNC share. That's about what you could have sold XNC for earlier in the week. Last bid price quoted for XNC 290p. You're better off taking the Torex shares than you would have been selling at that price. I've accepted the Torex offer, although I didn't think it was particularly generous. Torex should do well - but the immediate future is cloudy after this flurry of takeovers, so I must admit I feel some doubts about it.
diogenesj
10/9/2005
09:05
It's done as far as far as I'm concerned nfranks. But you'll be getting 2.547 TRX shares for every XNC as you say. 2.547 x 116p TRX bid price today is 295.45p per share. XNC are worth 290p bid so you gain 5.45p an XNC share on conversion. Farewell XNC. CR
cockneyrebel
10/9/2005
08:24
I think my clever and devious plan may have back fired!!!!!! Depending on when shares are converted. Anyone know when this will happen?? XNC = 302.5 pence Torex retail = 117 * 2.547 = 297.99 are we losing about 4.5 pence a share????????
nfranks
10/9/2005
08:15
Goodbye nfranks and all, and good luck. What fun it was while it lasted.
diogenesj
10/9/2005
08:14
Bye Bye, XNC Delisted as of 7.00am on 9th September. Shareholders have now gone to a happier place (hopefully) - Torex Retail here we come.
nfranks
19/7/2005
04:21
IF/WHEN the punch deal comes along for XNC/TRX, it looks like it may have just got bigger: ----------------------- Consolidation in the bar and pub sector continued. Punch Taverns agreed to buy Avebury Holdings for around 219 million pounds - including the assumption of approximately 120 million pounds of external debt. The shares rose 4.5p to 730.5p. It said the cash consideration was expected to be funded out of existing resources and proceeds from the forthcoming refinancing, which it unveiled on July 1st2005. Avebury is a private company, which operates a leased and tenanted pub estate of 409, mostly "community" pubs. ----------------------- I wonder if XNC are still on track to get the Punch deal. I remember that it was mentioned a few times on this thread.
lauders
15/7/2005
07:00
Looks like NSB is about to be passed the baton for best performer in the IT sector. Trading statement due soon, and a big buyer fishing about. I agree it's been a bit of a dog but it's rating is almost half that of the rest of the sector.
loafofbread
05/7/2005
10:20
XNC worth 305p a share post TRX bid shares, buy now for 303p and you're instantly in profit CR
cockneyrebel
05/7/2005
06:30
Very strong results from Alphameric today and they say: ""The markets we serve are experiencing strong trading conditions which in turn are providing good sources of growth for us." Must bode very well for TRX and XNC imo. CR
cockneyrebel
04/7/2005
14:49
just on the cusp of a breakout :-) CR
cockneyrebel
04/7/2005
14:43
Some big buys today - in XNC and TRX, something cooking imo - pre-trading statement buys perhaps CR
cockneyrebel
04/7/2005
14:39
blimey, she's motoring now :-)
maggiori
04/7/2005
13:00
RNS Number:3746O Torex Retail PLC 01 July 2005 Torex Retail Plc (the "Company") Director Shareholding The Company was informed on 1 July 2005 that Christopher Moore, a director and the CEO of the Company, purchased 1,000,000 ordinary shares of 1p each ("Ordinary Shares") from Juergen Heck at a price of 110p per Ordinary Share on 1 July 2005. Following this purchase Christopher Moore is beneficially interested in 4,868,000 Ordinary Shares representing 2.53 per cent. of the current issued share capital of the Company and Juergen Heck ceases to have a notifiable interest in the current issued share capital of the Company. The Company has also on 30 June and 1 July 2005 been informed that two other directors, respectively Geoffrey Forster and Richard Thompson have on those dates purchased 3,000 and 8,800 Ordinary Shares at a price of 110.48p and 110p per Ordinary Share. Following these purchases Geoffrey Forster is beneficially interested in 23,000 Ordinary Shares representing 0.01 per cent. of the current issued share capital of the Company and Richard Thompson is beneficially interested in 35,150 Ordinary Shares representing 0.18 per cent of the current issued share capital. 1 July 2005 This information is provided by RNS The company news service from the London Stock Exchange END RDSPKDKKPBKDPOK For more information and to contact AFX: www.afxnews.com and www.afxpress.com
cockneyrebel
04/7/2005
10:15
Moving up, just 3p from a breakout. Torex moving up - just 11p from a breakout. TRX trading statement due any day if they do the same as last year - should take both into new and uncharted territory imo CR
cockneyrebel
30/6/2005
07:20
ank up another 19 on bid talks.. bet you a dime to a dollar, trx are at it again.. will be another perfect synergistic fit if so.. Loosemore and moore are the best combination since saint and greavsy..
insideryou
29/6/2005
23:34
12 inches?
teapreacher
29/6/2005
18:11
ank up very heavily on large volume.. something is a foot....
insideryou
27/6/2005
12:37
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shirishg
27/6/2005
12:37
Hope they avoid gloating over the XNC acquisition.
diogenesj
27/6/2005
12:12
TRX trading statement was 5th July last year - I make that next Tues if it falls on the same date this year. CR
cockneyrebel
26/6/2005
12:49
A quick 10% to be made here.
red army
24/6/2005
05:14
doubleorquts, Thank you very much for your reply. Sorry you are not holding XNC still, but I am sure you are doing well in whatever other company you invested the proceeds! Not sure I have the doubt you do re: management, but then who knows these days? Hope you do decide to buy into TRX some time, I think it should be quite interesting. Your last sentence sums it up really!
lauders
23/6/2005
20:06
Hello Lauders. Yep, still read but don't hold. Doubled and quit around this price before it went into freefall to 220p. Always intended to buy back but never did. I think CR and Diogenes have said it all - daylight robbery IMO and theirs but TRX should be in a pretty strong position, particularly after the contract wins and acquisitions announced since the bid was made public. I have one niggling doubt now about why the deal was so attractive when XNC looked cheap in its own right - probably up to 350p. Even UK Analist reckoned around 311p was fair value. That probably makes the management a negative in my eyes but it's easy to say when one has no position. I have to admit, though, TRX is on the watchlist and I reckon CR may well be right in his hunch about a nice trading statement. How can they go wrong really?
doubleorquits
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