Bilby Dividends - BILB

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Bilby Plc BILB London Ordinary Share GB00BV9GHQ09 ORD 10P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Low Price High Price Open Price Previous Close Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 22.00 22.00 22.00 22.00 22.00 08:00:10
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Bilby BILB Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount

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kinwah: If the share price holds up the board won't be able to resist having another placing. The balance sheet still looks terrible. It will be interesting to see how much of the Dunham business they will keep now that the founder and son have left. Purdy remains a good business. I'm a holder of Western Selection so I hope Bilby can return to profitable growth.
gary1966: This should easily have an E/V oF £40m with a minimum EBITDA of £4.5m and so a share price of at least 75p, so if it is only 65p in two years time I will be extremely disappointed. Ridiculous undervaluation but this unfortunately is the value the market is placing on it right now.
fillipe: I'm quite amazed at the paucity of apparent followers of Bilby, given the quality of both the share-price from recent lowly and of thier recent board changes. This one reminds me very much of CTO - down into the 40p's in 2014/2015 and now around 125p - mid,and recently higher. f
nico115: With a new ceo ,a depressed share price,a great brand name,profitable company with a long history ,this must be a take over target now Surely anyone who has been looking to enter this market this will be an opportune time to pay 70p for the Company,save on central costs and get a bargain
callumross: The problem with even considering buying this share is that the new man is going to kitchen sink this with a further profit warning, write offs and a fund raise. Then, and only then, should anyone consider buying into this one as a recovery play, but could easily be at half todays share price.
debsdowner: Just popped in and looked at nico saying: "When I bought in the institutional placing at 100p and was selling at 105p Ellingham was on the phone every day to Stanford moaning I was selling !! Why? He knew they hadn’t met their forecasts!! Why did he not want me to sell?" Well its obvious to me! The company did a placing when they knew they were going to make a significant loss and after the results the share price fell significantly. The fonder got out at a tidy profit byers been shafted. In simple terms this looks like a fraud to me and the FCA need to be informed. All the buyers of the placing been defrauded and have a legal claim against the company directors and the brokers who did the placing. I the first instant inform the FCA and send any evidence.
nico115: He was on the phone after Copelo sold He was absolutely obsessed with the share price My broker was shocked by his ridiculous obsession with me selling
its the oxman: Very cheap, heavily bombed out , but trading will improve and with it the share price, guess one has to decide , is it worth the wait?
nico115: None as the share price rallied 10pI would like to buy stock sub 60p but not sure I will now as that placing sickens me Don't tell me that Ellingham had no idea the figures would be light when he met up with the institutionsI'm shocked that the institutions just do nothing about it wonder they haven't bought a share since
nico115: Five institutions buy 30pct at 100p3 weeks later a major profit warning I'm sure those 5 institutions won't be supporting any more Stanford placings Just can't trust any companies any more And where is Ellinghams purchase? Not bought a share since the 65 pct fall in the share price of Bilby That says it all really
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