Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Birmingham City LSE:BMC London Ordinary Share GB0000998608
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 99.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 06:30:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 49.8 4.3 3.2 31.2 81.10

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yesrupnel: So very roughly the share price (if it goes ahead) could be Bought for £50m / 81.5m shares = 61.3p Bought for £60m / 81.5m shares = 73.6p Bought for £70m / 81.5m shares = 85.9p Is that too simple? Would Yeung pay more per share for Sullivans and Gold shares and less for private investors? Yeung holds 29.9%, Sullivan 23.22%, David Golds 13.03%, Ralph Gold 12.53% = 78.68% I assume Karen Brady and a few other directors hold a percentage but the only RNS I can find is one saying that they sold their holdings on 19 Feb 2008. So that leaves 21.32% shares on the 'open market' = 17.4m shares. In theory Yeung could purchase these 21.32% and end up with 51.22% - but I guess that many of these 21.32% are owned by wealthy individuals or private companies.
yesrupnel: So what are the thoughts on the share price if this goes through? Yeung is bidding £20m more than last time. A very crude estimate is a supposedly £70m bid for 81.5m shares = 86p each. Any ideas if this is a rough ball park figure or any other views?
yesrupnel: So at long last. How much do we think the share price will go upto? Do we sell now at 46p. I seem to rember that the value of the share was estimated to be 60p when Yeung was originally going to take it over. Now he seems to be paying £20m more but is that just accounting or a real £20m more? Any ideas?
iandippie: So now they have been promoted, the share price is less than it was before promotion was sewn up. Go figure....
bluenose851: sod the share price. lets just win!!!
poppadom2: Appreciate the maths you are doing my friend but if you look at the rise graph last time round when the price went to 50 and the graph this time it is acutally rising faster. This may be down to the fact that many shares are dodgy and any company doing better than expected is good news and appears to attract more than the normal interest. Remember there wasn't a recession on last time round! I also agree that Birmingham in its share price will be a peg or two below Tottenham but this time round if they can go up and stay up we might be seeing a price nearer 70 to 80p by may 2010. Not bad given that the share was bottoming at a silly 20p only a month ago. Anyway let's not count chickens till they have hatched they still have to win or get a gift from the blades!!
a44: poppadom2 - 21 Apr'09 - 21:06 - 885 of 886 Do you serious believe you can compare Tottenham and Birmingham? Tottenham are one of the richest clubs in the world (top 14 last year and top 11 I believe now). On top of that they have one of the richest investors behind the club and are being touted as a possible takeover target. I hope you also did not simply compare the share price of both? BMC only reach an intraday day peak of 51p last time in the premiership and then only as it looked like Carson was offering 61p a share via a takeover. I would suggest the value of Birmingham now (even with potential promotion) would be lower than last year, again I would love to be wrong.
poppadom2: all is explained just an internal share reshuffle between the directors, explains why the share price never really moved. The ticker should have shown the quantity bought at the same time too!
poppadom2: This was a sale of some 7% of the total shares of BMC yet the share price only came down by 2.3% utterly amazing equivalent to the days earlier gains, shows you how much BMC share price value is held in regard by market makers.
andyash: Just popped back to this BB after months away due to a stationary share price and dull, dull, dull football! Shares seem to have notched up a few pence over the past week or so - maybe McLeish is going and Curbs coming in! Is that still an ongoing rumour bluenose851? Personally I find it hard to totally blame McLeish as he has got both hands tied behind his back by the transfer policy of the club but KB has a point when saying that the team isn't performing to the potential of it's component parts.
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