Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Associated British Engineering Plc LSE:ASBE London Ordinary Share GB0007395642 ORD 2.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 15.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 1.1 -1.8 -84.5 - 0

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/3/2004
14:35
dell - ages since we spoke. Strong balance sheet ? Your views are VERY welcome....
double6
11/3/2004
14:34
LOL! I wondered what idiots were buying this.. Have any of you even looked at the accounts? Nice MM squeeze. Who's first out..... Rgds dell
dell314
11/3/2004
14:32
Cash still more than current market cap ?
double6
11/3/2004
14:29
73 (%) - my lucky number - SAFC won the cup !!
double6
11/3/2004
14:28
A blue share on a VERY red day.
double6
11/3/2004
14:26
Wish I'd bought more now - any thoughts anyone about future potential (especially re the Pension Position ???)
double6
11/3/2004
14:17
just sent out an order for some more
responsible lad
11/3/2004
14:09
I just bought 1000 @90p. May try to get some more.
responsible lad
11/3/2004
13:32
Like EKM last week - very little stock ???
double6
11/3/2004
13:27
Tried buying online - can only get 100 at 75p - sent an order for 1000 (limit 80p)
double6
05/3/2004
18:15
This tiny cap seems to have cash well in excess of its share price, in fact it appears to be little more than a cash shell with little or no trading left. Looks highly attractive to me, the sort of company that someone is bound to come along and make something out of at some point. Looks like it might be interesting. However there is a gigantic spread of some 15p on an offer price of 60p. Apart from the spread though, does anybody see any reason why it might not be a great punt? Personally I can't see much wrong, it looks all upside to me but maybe someone knows different? I'm going in unless somebody here can convince me aganst it.
anhar
31/12/2003
09:59
It's a good time of the year to bring out bad news. I think we should be told the approximate size of the pension black hole. Are these shares worthless? I wonder........................ Lord C.
lord c.
04/11/2003
13:53
There may be something going on here,the market makers are apparently interested in buying shares and with a market cap. of £500,000 it won't take much to push them up.
spooky
04/11/2003
13:18
There may be something going on here,the market makers are apparently interested in buying stock and with a market cap. of £500,000 it isn't going to take much to push them up.
spooky
29/7/2003
14:34
This company is seriously bad news. Who wants to reverse into a pensions nightmare and past history with associated can of worms. Have these shares any value at all? No wonder the spread is so wide and the nms so small,if I were a mm I wouldn't want to be holding stock. Lord C. ps nice to see you o/t
lord c.
19/1/2003
18:23
Lord c, Fancy seeing you here...lol!
addict
12/11/2002
08:52
A VERY interesting announcement today. The chairman is stepping down,the business is, subject to shareholders approval, to be sold to directors which include the chairman(the other, higher offer fell through). Can someone please tell me what will be left in the quoted vehicle after the proceeds of the mbo (less substantial fees) are received? Will the proceeds all be swallowed up by the huge pensions deficit? What/who is going to fund the slightly smaller black hole which might remain? Please will someone cleverer than me explain these things. What is the real value of their shares today? Have they any value at all? I wonder.
lord c.
03/10/2002
19:44
Down another 30% today. Is there a big black pensions hole I wonder??? As I said before - couldn't happen to a nicer bunch of people. Lord C.
lord c.
04/12/2001
09:54
Down 20% today and a long way south since the new chairman took over. Couldn't happen to a nicer bunch of city people. Not a share I would invest in.......
lord c.
03/8/2001
09:06
where is the news that will be of interest to us poor suffering shareholders. and what is it. why did the company make a statement. maybe they were hoping the shares would jump up. they need to do a lot better than that to get this share moving.
tim2
28/2/2001
23:30
This one needs to be treated with caution I think Gekky? Since they consolidated the shares (200-1 as far as I remember) the share trading has become very illiquid and you may only be able to sell in small quantities. Hopefully, management may soon reverse an exciting and profitable enterprise into ABE and take the opportunity to increase the no in issue. Kelvin Diesels, the latest acquisition didn't sound too bright (diesel engines for the declining fishing industry?) and presumably restructuring this into Polar was largely responsible for the first half loss? Polar was said to be trading profitably at the time of the annual report. However, it was certainly time for a change of management and it will be interesting to see if Mr Pearce Gould can transform it into company to match its impressive name? The cash per share is a comfort. Fingers crossed.
michaeld
28/2/2001
09:33
Well i never,this old chestnut has risen from the ashes.The inside word 12 months ago was of explosive developments,but everything was put on hold as the market fell apart,i wonder what's up :-).
spooky
28/2/2001
08:40
Thnx for your feedback.I first got to hear of this stock from a collegue of mine this time last year.The share price at that time was languishing at around 300p when it started to move down,finally settling at 180p where i picked up 5000 shares.Soon after they rebounded and peaked at around 550p!Just wondering whether it is time to buy back in again? Regds
gekky
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