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BRS Beacon Rise Holdings Plc

0.00 (0.0%)
01 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Beacon Rise Holdings Plc LSE:BRS London Ordinary Share GB00BMC0V753 ORD GBP1.00
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 65.00 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
50.00 80.00 65.00 65.00 65.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Offices-holdng Companies,nec -273k -0.2433 -2.67 729.3k
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 65.00 GBX

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Date Time Title Posts
16/12/200222:40burns stuart - life in the old scot yet?21
04/12/200219:22BURN STEWART-small distiller with big potential?56
27/7/200212:08WEBCAM - Bristol Harbour Festival 2002-
15/6/200018:51New BS director1

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Posted at 03/12/2023 08:20 by Beacon Rise Daily Update
Beacon Rise Holdings Plc is listed in the Offices-holdng Companies,nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BRS. The last closing price for Beacon Rise was 65p.
Beacon Rise currently has 1,122,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Beacon Rise is £729,300.
Beacon Rise has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -2.67.
This morning BRS shares opened at 65p
Posted at 16/12/2002 14:39 by nigelsom
Not sure - it does say in the rns, but I'm looking to get the cash early, so am trying to sell in the market. I'll lose a couple of pence per share but there is an old saying along the lines of leave a bit for the next guy. Mind you, if it is only about a month, those with the cash could make a quick turn of 3% or so in that time. In this market, that's not to be sneezed at.
Posted at 16/12/2002 13:38 by nigelsom
rns out:

Posted at 16/12/2002 13:37 by thumper123
Well looks like we did it! 75 pence a share, the ticker just hit 72. ROFLMAO. The foolhardy thumper
Posted at 13/12/2002 09:40 by nigelsom
Announcement (but don't get too excited)..........yep, it's another emm disclosure. AFX quoted 'sources' that it would be this week and that the price would be 65-75p. But it also said tues or weds. Did radio scotland give any hint as to their sources, or are they going on the afx story that it would be this week and therefore today?
Posted at 12/12/2002 14:39 by dontrader
Yawn is correct.On a number of occasions the press have speculated that the deal is only a couple of days away but they always are unfounded rumours.

I am nervous. I show a good profit from an original buy price of 12p and wonder if it is worth waiting for the elusive 70 to 75p.

Posted at 12/12/2002 07:29 by thumper123
I think it true to say that my opinions on this stock are supported by some of the best possible research. My researcher told me that he had spoken with a board member on teusday and was assured that the published programme was going ahead and the deal was to be signed in Antigua that night and released as news to london at wednesday opening. Yet another delay is not impossible, for this has been on the stocks for along time... but the market makers dont have much faith, for the price drops on even a little activity. More info gratefuly recd.
Posted at 05/12/2002 09:23 by thumper123
would like to know what more experienced traders think about BRS ...will take over end in bitter tears. I've been a holder for long time @62p, and have bought another 20 today. Price is up, but spread is wider than a brokers smile. My man who knows opines action is imminent- but we heard this before. Thoughts, comments would be appreciated. I know you are all busy doing stuff that only grown ups understand, but Ireally would appreciate some input.
Posted at 27/11/2002 09:10 by dontrader
Article from todays Business AM

Britannic tackles Burn Stewart over length of takeover talks

A LEADING shareholder in Burn Stewart has challenged the distiller's management to explain why negotiations about a potential takeover deal have dragged on for more than seven months.

Britannic Asset Management, which owns 4% of the distiller, said it had received no contact from the company during the protracted negotiations and was in the dark about whether a deal would proceed.

An analyst, meanwhile, said he was amazed that the take-over panel had not forced Burn Stewart to disclose further information about its talks with a Trinidadian firm, CL Financial, which began in April.

The East Kilbride company, best known for its Scottish Leader whisky, told the stock exchange on 12 September that CL Financial would be in a position to make a formal offer for the company via Angostura, its listed subsidiary, in "the next few weeks". Burn Stewart's share price has held firm despite the uncertainty, but it closed down 4% at 60.5p yesterday.

Kenny Watson, Britannic's UK investment manager, said that investors needed clarification of the situation.

Burn Stewart, led by its chairman, William Thornton, should provide a formal update, he said, adding: "It is concerning that is dragging on because it does make you cautious. If there is uncertainty, they should be making some form of announcement about how things are progressing."

Speculation about a deal has focused on price considerations and whether Angostura will fund a transaction entirely in cash or with a share element.

However, one analyst said that the drawn-out talks may hinge on discussions over Burn Stewart's future banking arrangements or on so-called "legacy" issues relating to the late 1990s when the company renegotiated its banking facilities after incurring heavy losses.

HBOS, Burn Stewart's banker, stressed that there were no "legacy" issues relating to its relationship with the distiller.

Burn Stewart said that it had never been in breach of its banking covenants.
Posted at 30/10/2002 09:39 by dontrader
Article in today's Business AM says that the takeover deal has been delayed by at least 2 weeks. Sources close to the negotiation said that it was likely to be the middle of November before any agreement was reached.

Drawn out negotiations have led to speculation that CL has struggled to raise the finance.

The source said the delay was due to "housekeeping difficulties" and the deal is not under threat.

Slippage could have a negative price on the share price.

Posted at 17/5/2002 17:33 by hamilton
Found this on Yahoo, quote from the Guardian

Shares in Burn Stewart Distillers (London: BRS.L - news) (BRS.L), the whisky company which received a takeover approach last month from 28% shareholder Angostura, rose 2¾p to 48¼p. City bulls reckon a takeout price of at least 70p a share is warranted, given the value of the Burn Stewart brand and its stockpile of quality malts.
Beacon Rise share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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