Secured Property Develop... Dividends - SPD

Secured Property Develop... Dividends - SPD

Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Secured Property Developments plc SPD NEX Ordinary Share GB0007921363
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price High Price Low Price Open Price Close Price Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 17.50 17.50 17.50 17.50 17.50 07:50:19
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Secured Property Develop... SPD Dividends History

No dividends issued between 09 Dec 2009 and 09 Dec 2019

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DateSubject
14/8/2019
15:06
pj0077: "A bit of second level thinking. Mike Ashley is either stupid or rather devious. The number of own goals over the last few months, has led to a very low share price. Let's list a few: numerous deals, late results, spurious tax liability, guidance withdrawn for the current year, slagging everyone off, HoF debacle. Soon the company will have no auditor and he can blame the accountants for having to delist and take full control of his grubby little empire. He can then get an auditor by some corner shop outfit. All seems rather convenient to me! Thoughts?" TOPVEST, like any great conspiracy theory, your suggestion does contain some truths.. but it also contains some inaccuracies & an unfounded conclusion. If MA wanted a lower share price, why would he keep pushing the share price UP with a daily share buy-back?? Instead, he could start re-issuing the shares held in Treasury which WOULD get the price down. As for the auditor situation sure, the Listing Rules might lead to a temporary suspension if an auditor cant be found in the next four weeks. But then it would be up to the DTI to appoint an auditor. Then the shares would be un-suspended. The only way MA can delist is by acquiring 70%+ of the company. Maybe he needs to clear the risk of a potential £605million Belgian liability before doing this.
14/8/2019
14:00
topvest: A bit of second level thinking. Mike Ashley is either stupid or rather devious. The number of own goals over the last few months, has led to a very low share price. Let's list a few: numerous deals, late results, spurious tax liability, guidance withdrawn for the current year, slagging everyone off, HoF debacle. Soon the company will have no auditor and he can blame the accountants for having to delist and take full control of his grubby little empire. He can then get an auditor by some corner shop outfit. All seems rather convenient to me! Thoughts?
12/8/2019
11:59
1 hugoboss: Tbh the situation looks absolutely dire.Once this buy back period has elapsed and some more info is gleaned about the overall awful trading conditions and performance across the group in general in a shrinking economy coupled with Newcastle Uniteds obvious trials the spd share price looks primed to totally implode.
31/7/2019
16:54
qantas: Fashion retailer Next gave shareholders something to smile about, reporting 4.0% growth in sales despite its difficult comparators with the summer of 2018 and with Next brand growth of 3.8% and 2.2% in May and June, respectively, versus the declines seen at other retailers, leading the company to nudge its full-year guidance for profits before tax up by 1.0% to £725.0m. Nonetheless, given the sharp share price reaction to the news, analysts at ShoreCap said the stock's valuation had caught up with events, leading them to reiterate their recommendation to 'hold'.
29/7/2019
18:23
18bells: Ashley was buying up beaten up companies like a novice investor buying a share at rock bottom without looking at the forecast why the share price was rocket bottom. problem for MA now he has a bottom draw full of beaten up companies with an expiry date causing more misery for a novice
29/7/2019
17:25
debsdowner: It did early morning but clawed back but clawed back more than I thought it would but its early days. The share price still lost over 50% on a years basis when the market up on a year.
29/7/2019
17:21
ignoble: Agree with that I thought the share price would take a kicking Obviously not
28/7/2019
20:54
cautious7: Sleep on this!! 1 =Why did SPD not disclose the massive tax bombshell earlier? 2 =Tesco had a blackhole of about 200 million and look what happened to her share price and Tesco is/was fundamentally strong at the time unlike SPD. 3= Why were the results delayed by two weeks? 4 = Several years years of decent profits to reapy this tacx bill and other loses only if the co is making a profit and we all know what is happening in the retail sectro, worrying indeed. 5 = If you was a major supplier to SPD, would you want your money up front is the next big problem 4= Most worrying of all, what else may the company trying to hide? IMO the shares won't dive as much as expected but will end even lower than tomorrows lows at the end of the week when the city fully wakes up to the incompetence at SPD and shares may even be suspended for a few hours or days imo DYOR Regards C7 PS -TO ADD INULT TO INJURY THE 600 MILLION PLUS TAX WAS ONLY MENTIONED AT THE VERY BOTTOM OF THE REPORT,
28/7/2019
16:17
debsdowner: pj and cautious, I have to admit it does seem a strange affair penalties are usually given after a investigation into tax affairs so it would appear they may have had demands previously. It would appear the board hasn't been transparent enough as to the demand. Lets face it how do they arrive at the figure? The tax demand must be based on information given to them at some stage by sales going through Belgium surely the company would have had some inclination there could be tax implications at some stage. They may have had some demands previously but thought they were not liable for the tax but its all a bit irrelevant now as the tax demand has come to light. It may be the case that SPD didn't think they were liable but the auditors deemed the company must be transparent and advise shareholders of the significant liability should it have to be paid it would cause a significant problem to the group and moreover have to be declared due to the fact its a public listed company and market obligations. The fact is its now in the open, and a most terrible bombshell along with losses at HOF which have caused a shock to the city, and shareholders alike. This is a sell now and the share price will be punished tomorrow morning I wouldn't like to say what percentage the share will fall at but it must be in double digits.
27/7/2019
09:14
ignoble: All the shares that SPD buys back and hold in Treasury, I assume that as the SPD price weakens over the last months, the value has to be written down to the market price. This cannot help the Balance Sheet. Think I read somewhere they have over 100 million shares. Just my thoughts...
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