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Cleantech Building Materials LSE:CBM London Ordinary Share GB00BV1VRR47 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 7.875 0.00 00:00:00
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Nonequity Investment Instruments 10
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 7.875 GBX

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19/2/2015
16:11
skier100: A beautiful +160% rise today for CBM. A great cleantech play, and a chance to get in at ground level.
19/2/2015
15:59
skier100: Err, the worldwide cleantech market is worth around $250 billion in 2015 -- a quarter of a trillion. Recycling, green energy, etc. are among the "big 10" issues facing all of humanity. Cleantech is a high-growth, high-revenue, high-profit market to be in for CBM.
19/2/2015
15:17
tivoliworldgaming: I put this one onto my watch list at 8am yesterday. I also watched 24/7 gaming rise loads and then they dropped today. Always seems that unsuspended stocks have these rises. Yet no one buys them straight away. I do not understand how no one remembers how good the low market capital ones are. However there will be buyers stuck at the top end of the price with losses of around 50%.
19/2/2015
14:11
envirovision: yes and its worth less than 1 pence a share in cash at present, so buyer beware!
19/2/2015
14:06
skier100: It is a cleantech shell. Their AIM admission releases have the details. CBM is Cleantech. CMB is Cambria Africa.
12/6/2009
14:32
lizzie ii: It was less than 2 hours ago that I mentioned an share price of 77p ... and here we are at 85p! Interesting discussion about theoretical possibility of WTN/CSM deal not going through, but of course the higher the CBM share price goes, the higher the propensity of CBM shareholders voting for the deal, so in effect the increases in share price make the likelihood of the deal going through self-fulfilling. WTN clearly on a roll! It is having a very good day since the Toronto SE opened.
12/6/2009
12:32
lizzie ii: The rise in the share price today is great, but with WTN now at 111p, CBM are still a cheap way into WTN. The takeover terms are 0.75 of a WTN share for every 1 CBM share, and 0.75 x 111p = 83.25p ... about 6p above the current CBM share price of say 77p. The takeover is scheduled to go through "early July".
25/5/2009
11:43
vizz: Hi Assagai, I have been in a non-epoxy state for a couple years because of changed market conditions. There are good reasons for a lower CBM share price relative to WTN, the first in queue being that the merger terms must be ratified by a vote on 23 June (simple shareholder majority, but 75% of value), which looks favourable to pass muster though not a dead cert. Beside that there is the normal matter of investors agreeing the value of combined assets and its sector in such an unstable market atmosphere, plus the restricted trading period. As to the latter, CBM is now effectively WTN, a TSE listed stock whose Canadian trading hours coincide with only 2 hrs of the LSE daily opening period, leaving UK punters in pondering limbo most of the time. All these factors combine with the result being some share price cushion of safety by CBM holders. EDIT: CBM shareholders require 75% approval by number.
04/5/2009
21:40
papillon: steeplejack, you're right to be cynical. I did mention last week the possibility, because of the dramatic increase in the WTN share price over the last month or so, that the powers that be at CBM/WTN (Audley!!) might now consider the possibilty that CBM can continue as an indepedent entity. The value of CBM's listed assets (£63m for WTN alone) could enable them to re-finance their debt. I think the action of the CBM share price over the next few days should enable us to determine whether the bid will go ahead and on the proposed terms. As kooba has mentioned we could be in for a big rise tomorrow morning since the proposed bid currently values CBM at 66p.
17/4/2009
12:08
papillon: No firm offer has yet been made by WTN for CBM; its still only a proposal after almost 4 months!! If one looks at the current CBM share price it looks like it is made up almost entirely of its WTN stake, as invariably seems to be the case. There seems to be no bid premium built into the CBM share price The value of CBM's WTN stake is circa 22p per share. Take off a 20% discount gives 18p. That gives a value of around 6p to CBM's other interests (100% CLN, 100% AGD, 50% EBG and 43% XTR) minus debts (convertible loan and WTN loan).
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