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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Ashley (laura) Holdings Plc ALY London Ordinary Share
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srpactive: f66 Yes you were correct, I was correct as they recovered. They do not have debt. They had cash in hand after the Singapore sale and the hotel. £37m raised only recently. Get the government involved with a financial forensic analyst all will come out, I want my money back, enough of this going on, foreign owners making a fool of the UK investors. dyor
chinese investor: TODAY ! Chinese Investor (ALY) 30 Dec '19 - 09:49 This Year ! Chinese Investor (ALY) 17 Jul '19 - 14:33 3p Soon !
chinese investor: This Year ! Chinese Investor (ALY) 17 Jul '19 - 14:33 3p Soon !
clocktower: Sit tight, do not over invest srp. If you have far to go before your in profit,then sit tight and let it roll - do not cut out just to recover any losses you may have, as once there is more positive news other investors like myself will be looking to buy back in.
fenners66: Sorry but how can a minor investor with no ability to attend a general meeting - to question directors - be happy at a board that for whatever reason - buys a property with all the cash a company has and more - barely uses it and then sells it 3 years later to a new company vehicle that appears set up for the purpose - at a £5m (at least) loss ? I say at least because there was interest to pay on borrowings. There seems to have been no actual reason for buying it - and the share price reacted accordingly. At best it is incompetent. I prefer to invest in companies with competent directors.
fenners66: Greedfear "Removing dividends has got nothing to do with a paper loss on real estate, it's because the cash position" How about reading what was posted ? "The fact that the property was bought , barely used , had the value written down , making the resultant paper loss part of the reason for removing dividends has effected the share price." look closely "Bought" = used ALL the cash "barely used" = Questions from potential investors as to whether company lost its way "paper loss" = Bad headline results and no dividend - lots of potential investors don't get past the headlines "part of the reason " = part of the reason NOT the sole reason. Have you read up on the reference to Ovoca Gold ? Do so.... only don't get carried away and buy shares there as well !
srpactive: Yes and the board have been paid to do this, I think the Houses of Parliament should be informed to investigate, as this is another example of very poor management with very good pay. If this does not turn around very quickly I will be contacting them, this is a very iconic British brand that has been allowed to be ruined by Malaysian investors who do not care about the UK. Ceo's wife wanted a divorce in the UK as it was far fairer in settlements, maybe the tables should be turned on them and have the other shareholders rewarded fairly for her families complete and utter contempt for Laura Ashley and its shareholders. It is about time we all spoke up, starting very shortly.
srpactive: Here is a little background as you mentioned, Singapore, dyor. ============================ Chinese investors paid $3b for Singapore office assets They also injected over $2b on residential lands in 1H17. Singapore is attracting more real estate investors from China and Hong Kong as transaction volumes rose by 6% this year despite a rather weak market in 2016, real estate firm JLL said in a report. In the first half of 2017, Singapore gained investments worth $3b into office assets and $2b into residential land from investors in Hong Kong and mainland China. According to Regina Lim, head of capital markets research, Southeast Asia, JLL, "Singapore remains a key market for many investors due to its long-term positive fundamentals. Real estate transaction volumes in Singapore rose by six per cent year-on-year in the first half of the year, as investor sentiment is turning positive after CBD office rents bottomed earlier than expected." JLL also noted remarkable purchases in Q12017 such as the FWD Group's purchase of a 50% stake in One George Street and Chinese company Nanshan Group and Logan's $1b investment in a government land sale site in Stirling Road. According to JLL, investors' confidence increased when they saw a pick-up in tenant demand and in office rents in Q2. "Due to stronger than expected rental growth, we upgraded our Singapore office rental forecasts for 2018 by about 10 per cent. We now expect Singapore prime office rents to rise 20% over the next four years,” Lim said
fangsforthememory: The lender in the registered charge is Barclays. According to ALY's latest accounts, there was already a £15m overdraft facility in place with Barclays, and £10.7m of it was in use [Sept 2017 accounts]. The new filing at companies house appears to be a charge over the UK hotel, and also some shares, 23million ALY shares, 1million Texplan Manufacturing Ltd shares, 1million Laura Ashley Investments Ltd shares, and some others. The "Investor Relations" of this company leaves much to be desired. If they are taking on more debt, what is the reason for it? Are Barclays getting cold feet and asking for more security to maintain the existing facility. I have zero confidence the the management of ALY.
fangsforthememory: Looking at the "corporate information" pages on the Company website, I can't help but feel that the company want to discourage investors in buying shares in the business.
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