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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Assetco Plc LSE:ASTO London Ordinary Share GB00B42VYZ16 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 350.00 320.00 380.00 350.00 350.00 350.00 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 5.3 -0.8 -6.3 - 4

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/8/2011
09:31
Spread deliberately wide imo to deter further buying before good news comes.
treacle32
22/8/2011
08:20
Could be an interesting week!!
nico9
19/8/2011
16:25
Looks like I was right. :)
zendik
19/8/2011
16:00
I am out for now till things become clearer next week, but if i was a betting man my money would be on SEACOR taking ASSETCO over and not ARCAPITA for obvious reasons. SEACOR Response to Provide Fire Fighting Support Services to Oil Pipelines in the Country of Georgia LONDON, Aug 02, 2011 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- SEACOR Response Ltd., a global leader in emergency preparedness and response solutions, announced today that it will provide fire fighting support services to the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) and Baku-Supsa oil pipelines in the country of Georgia, which are operated by BP Exploration Caspian Sea Ltd on behalf of its oil and gas co-venturers in BTC Co. and Georgian Pipeline companies, respectively. "SEACOR Response has been providing emergency oil spill and related services to the BTC pipeline in Georgia since 2004 and we are delighted to be able to expand our operations in the country to include fire fighting," said Neil Challis, President of SEACOR Response. The contract will involve SEACOR Response providing trained personnel to operate first response fire fighting equipment for potential incidents along the pipelines. SEACOR Response, a subsidiary of SEACOR Holdings Inc. CKH +0.54% , is a global leader in the provision of emergency preparedness and response solutions with a focus on providing highly responsive local service with the highest safety standards, innovative technology, modern efficient equipment and dedicated professional employees. SEACOR Response combines local services and knowledge with the global strengths of a major international company to deliver quality service worldwide.
tez123
19/8/2011
15:16
Looking good for next week imo.
treacle32
19/8/2011
13:31
No as im far as im aware they dont release an RNS each time an offer is made, look at the previous offer that was rejected before dilution..that was not released in an RNS straightaway. I've never seen a company release an RNS each time an offer has been made, its always later after the offer has been rejected.
bobbydakid
19/8/2011
13:20
So looks like 4p it is.
baldeagle5
19/8/2011
12:54
I would say back down this afternoon. Solo is where the action will be. :)
zendik
19/8/2011
12:44
surely an offer is price sensative so must be informed it does not have to be accepted not all bids are accepted as some are hostile. the requirenment is to inform the market of any offer ?? so therefore there has definately not been an offer?
warwick69
19/8/2011
11:58
think one offer initially, then some other parties might come out of the woodwork
mister md
19/8/2011
11:03
warwick there might of already been an offer, wedont know they wont release the RNS until the offer is accepted. Takeovers have always worked like that, when the RNS is released the MMs will move the share price to the offer price instantly.
bobbydakid
19/8/2011
09:45
yes thats the dilema for all on here it looks to be a bit of a coin toss now? will a bidder come in at the last minute? surely if more than one bidder someone would have broken away from the pack and made an offer? i am not so sure there are as many interested parties as some on here think?
warwick69
19/8/2011
09:43
or it could really move higher!!
nico9
19/8/2011
09:35
nico9 tempted? but so close to deadline this could really move lower?
warwick69
19/8/2011
09:31
thought you sold up warwick? or u looking at getting back in
nico9
19/8/2011
09:08
3.1 to 2p in less than two days this is some share?
warwick69
18/8/2011
12:33
Couple of 100K buys and might start rising again, offer back at 2.50p.
treacle32
18/8/2011
09:58
Found this article from June, at the bottom it states about an investor seeing a placement at 1p a share if a takeover does not happen..I know its old but just trying to estimate what the placement price would be if dilution does occur. http://www.cityam.com/news-and-analysis/new-bidder-enters-race-assetco
bobbydakid
18/8/2011
09:47
Go then, move on.
treacle32
18/8/2011
09:39
Treacle its my wifes Money and i am not going to take any more risk as just about broke even after buying too high initially. Just dont get a good feeling about this too much like SCHE where investors got shafted?
warwick69
18/8/2011
09:37
Some just don't have the patience. Topped up this morning.
treacle32
18/8/2011
09:25
Court case next Thursday - I think it is make or break time - lets see if Tudor Davies has been stringing us all along to line his own pockets, or if he is worth his ridiculous remuneration - over to you Tudor !!!!!!!!!!!
caledoniaman1
18/8/2011
09:12
Caledonian yes but many punters were sucked in yesterday so MM's will love making them sweat and see how many panic and feel they made a big mistake jumping on this volatile little share with its very high stakes.
warwick69
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