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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Avanti Communications Group Plc LSE:AVN London Ordinary Share GB00B1VCNQ84 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.0526 0.05 0.10 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 57.8 -5.3 -2.7 - 1

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28/8/2019
09:42
Another one buywell called right buywell2 22 Jul'14 - 06:53 - 397 of 440 0 0 AVN Another Very Nasty Example of how rampy posters over egg the investment pudding and luring the unwary and newbes into losing lots of their lolly. Debt will most probably bring this down to earth if the space junk doesn't =================
buywell3
21/8/2019
09:35
Dead cat bounce can happen 0.1p, where millions of shares can be bought for few K. Mcap has to be 1.5m-2.0 for the game to start. IIs have to liquidate their big chunks at 0.1p
bionicblabbermouth
21/8/2019
09:34
everyone lost their money here. I supposed senior bond gets the assets. what's the point of recapitalization? These need large amount of money. Unless recapilisation then mugs to buy IPO 10bn, rinse and repeat then it will end like Aston Martin, 80% depreciation in 12 months. Could be a very good short again if this scam goes on the market again.
bionicblabbermouth
20/8/2019
18:34
buywell2 22 Jul'14 - 06:53 - 397 of 440 0 0 AVN Another Very Nasty Example of how rampy posters over egg the investment pudding and luring the unwary and newbes into losing lots of their lolly. Debt will most probably bring this down to earth if the space junk doesn't ================= This is the chart since buywell posted the above
buywell2
20/8/2019
16:09
Some proper idiots who bought this dog today in the hope a dead cat bounce. Not on this share. You need massive volume to do that, 500m-1000m shares. Maybe have a dead cat bounce on resolution day, but then suspension and delisting.
bionicblabbermouth
20/8/2019
15:11
One thing they are right about is that AIM in particular doesn't value Companies correctly, FTSE100 index yes, FTSE250 index yes, in fact most with a Main Listing but AIM? Nope.
yidarmytom
20/8/2019
13:24
Could have been worse!
zcaprd7
20/8/2019
10:39
smallcappick/newtothisgame cannot arf pick them
dave4545
20/8/2019
10:24
This company still needs buckets of cash to stay afloat. Realistically it isn't going to get this from the equity holders, most of which are also the debt holders, so what value is the listing for AVN - not much, and hence the RNS. Shareholders who stay in will get a largely illiquid holding with less information from the Company. I'm guessing most shareholders have little invested here due to price movements, but for newer, larger investors, probably best to get (something) out now.
ilovefrogs
20/8/2019
08:44
Fun and games first.
gerryjames
20/8/2019
08:43
Is this end of "AVN" ???Shareholders value " Zero " after September???
p_dharmendra
20/8/2019
08:22
Just a bit of time for the shorts to close out here.... And then they can quietly die.
zcaprd7
16/8/2019
16:10
I use Jarvis phone dealing at £9.50 per trade and have done for 20 years - a happy bunny!
tightfist
12/8/2019
23:34
There's a very arguable case for it being better for AVN if Hylas 3 had blown up on the launchpad (presuming AVN could afford the insurance premiums). Two reasons. First typically because the final hefty payment against a satellite isn't usually paid until it's occupied its final geostationary position for 30 days. Second because the much delayed Hylas 3 is already seriously outdated technology. I doubt AVN's looking forward to supporting the running costs of a fourth satellite when it can't even get anywhere near selling out half the capacity available on the fleet of 3 it already had.
headinthesand
09/8/2019
12:40
That's about the only way to spin that bit of news, "were going to stop spaffing your money on satellites that nobody wants, except for the steerable beams that some dubious government wants, who we then have to sue, when they refuse to pay us"...
zcaprd7
08/8/2019
12:20
Nobody notice that Hylas3 has now been launched and in position. Capital spending now completed.
packman8
08/8/2019
11:57
Indeed. If they weren't, the sh*t really would have hit the fan by now! As we know, when auditors qualify the accounts in this way, they shift the buck from themselves back to the Directors, on whose say-so they accept that the company has enough resources to stagger (sorry, 'trade') through another year. Well, they would, wouldn't they?!
jeffian
08/8/2019
11:00
You sure about that? "Accordingly, these matters represent a material uncertainty that may cast significant doubt on the group and the parent company's ability to continue as a going concern. The group and the parent company may, therefore, be unable to continue realising their assets and discharging their liabilities in the normal course of business, but the financial statements do not include any adjustments that would result if the going concern basis of preparation is inappropriate."
jeffian
08/8/2019
10:45
Yes, quite. All good in the sense that auditors signed off on going concern, which must have been in doubt. Whether we will see some recovery or a slow death remains to be seen......
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