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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
City Pub Group Plc (the) LSE:CPC London Ordinary Share GB00BYWRS683 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% 92.50 90.00 95.00 94.00 92.50 92.50 76,343 08:00:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Beverages 60.0 2.2 2.2 42.0 97

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/5/2006
12:59
I THOUGHT YOU WERE
vision88
09/5/2006
09:45
anyone know whats happening with this?
martinunique
24/3/2006
09:30
why is it workt 11p gur11, dont hold just looking?
powwow
24/3/2006
09:17
Someone bought in at 18p. I believe that this stock is only worth on first glance 11p, if that. Dont chase a share price up, someone is going to have burnt fingers.
guru11
24/3/2006
08:29
lucky nearly bought into the excitement but looks looks like its going to drop now
davenic
23/3/2006
22:32
Completely irrelevant. It's not a cash shell.
jeffian
23/3/2006
21:36
Watch out! http://news.independent.co.uk/business/analysis_and_features/article349572.ece Small Talk: Cash shell minnows to be squeezed out of AIM By Michael Jivkov Published: 06 March 2006 Up to fifty companies listed on London's junior market face having their shares suspended at the end of the month. By the 1 April deadline, all remaining AIM-listed cash shells with less than £3m in the bank must complete an acquisition. Otherwise trading of their shares will be halted and, at a later date, de-listed. The London Stock Exchange, which runs AIM, decided last March that it wanted to stem the steady stream of tiny shell company floats on the junior market by giving them only a small window in which to make an acquisition. Of the fifty remaining shells - most of which have less than £1m on their balance sheet - a good number are likely to be working on deals ahead of the cut-off point. If they can demonstrate to the Exchange that they are in the middle of a deal they will avoid suspension. But those companies that have left it too late to comply with the rules face an uphill struggle. As the deadline approaches the value of their shares is likely to decline. Further, any target company they are in talks to buy will be aware of the looming deadline and will certainly push for a better deal for its own shareholders. The biggest risk of all for cash shell investors is that their boards rush into an acquisition that they subsequently regret, wiping out shareholder value in the process. Article Length: 861 words (approx.)
daveperry
23/3/2006
19:28
Evening Wiganer So, what do you think the final offer from Christies (or other) will be? zabb
zabbadan
23/3/2006
16:37
Thought you werw keeping quiet dell!! LOL!!
double6
23/3/2006
15:56
Congrats to all CPC'ers from the ZBA thread a good day by both co's
rosco46
23/3/2006
15:22
From my experience it is always dangerous to buy into a share upon a steep rise, as 9 out of 10 times it has risen on hot air, weak fundamentals, and little or no turnover and the rise is not substained. It is better to wait until the price levels off and take a second look when the hipe has all gone. It looks like it has gone up on the back of CPC not being able to meet its financial commitments and Chistie Group agreeing to buy the whole of the company. But it is cap. now at £1.1m which looks like it is more than the offer price, so can the price really go any further? Some punters are going to get burnt! Look at Carplay 3p to 20p now 1.5p. Some lucky punters made money on the back of others that lost money.
guru11
23/3/2006
11:02
i take this is just a shell company ?
powwow
23/3/2006
11:02
i take this is just a shell company ?
powwow
23/3/2006
09:15
just sold mine minus fees 50% in one day. not bad
pastyman3851
22/3/2006
20:38
Shorters are going to burn here... watch your backs..
zabbadan
21/3/2006
17:56
I don't f'n believe it. I pick SDK and CPC for a bloomin' competition and they both get on the leader board. I wouldn't have picked either for my real portfolio. Pinsticking rules I guess!
volsung
01/3/2006
13:38
Regarding iii, the poster T_T is a pump-dumper with an agenda of his own. For example, the treatment for MEA on iii too. If you can't DYOR, leave well alone!
jonwig
01/3/2006
13:27
You should read the garbage over on iii. Some bloke is saying these are a strong buy at this level. With a 2 p spread he must be joking. ALSO THERE IS NO QUESTION THAT THE MAMANEGEMENT AND DIRECTORS ARE A GROUP OF TALENTLESS, LOST, EX POLICEMEN AND FAILED LAWYERS WHO ARE OUT OF THEIR DEPTH. THIS COMPANY IS FOR THE CHOP. RESULTS MARCH THIS YEAR SHOULD BEAR OUT THEIR CONTINUING INCOMPETENCE. MANAGEMENT / DIRECTORS IF YOU ARE READING THIS SHOOT YOURSELVES.......
offshore eye
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