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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Crawshaw LSE:CRAW London Ordinary Share GB00B2PQMW21 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 2.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food & Drug Retailers 44.6 -13.5 -13.0 - 2.26

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
31/10/2018
08:20
What a shambles. Sad for investors but the writing has been on the wall for years.
igbertsponk
31/10/2018
08:11
Not quite the RNS I believed was to be issued.
optomistic
31/10/2018
08:10
On the 12th of October 2018, at 03:08, I posted this: "On the 04th of October 2018, Crawshaw advised the market that its ‘nomad’, Peel Hunt, had served notice to terminate its engagement with the Group. Thus, should the group fail to appoint a replacement ‘nomad’ before the 02nd of November 2018, trading in the group's securities on AIM will be suspended before being delisted from the market. For the record, the 02nd of November 2018 only provides 12 ‘trading days’ from today, so an extremely narrow timeline for investors. For those new to equity investing, ‘nomad’ is short for ‘nominated adviser’, whose job it is to determine whether a company is suitable to trade on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM). The ‘nomad’, usually an investment bank or stock broker, will, effectively, act as the company’s main regulator. If a ‘nomad’ fails to do the job properly, it could face a warning, a fine, a censure or even removal of its ‘nomad’ status from the register. Nomads are exclusive to AIM as part of the extra regulation surrounding less established companies to make sure corporate governance is up to scratch. Broadly speaking, ‘nomads' quit for a number of different reasons. However, the most common reason is a lack of trust in the company’s management. Hence why professional investors typically make for the exit whenever a ‘nomad’ serves notice to a company as it is usually an indication of inherent ‘management decay’ within the business. So, the question that should be asked by all Crawshaw investors at the moment is a simple one; Why hasn’t the company appointed a replacement ‘nomad’ eight days after announcing it was in “advanced discussions” with a replacement nomad? Why is the ‘replacement nomad’ reluctant to sign on the dotted line? What can they see? Remember, the longer this takes, the worse the outcome." All the warning signs were there.
researchanalyst1
31/10/2018
07:45
Commiserations to holders, but this looked on the cards for some time, the resignation of the NOMAD was a big red flag to me.
arthur_lame_stocks
31/10/2018
07:37
Don't need to be a chartist to see that this was coming, 90p to 2p in a couple of years.
bigbigdave
31/10/2018
07:33
It's a sad day for everyone involved here.
playful
31/10/2018
07:33
Perhaps 2Sisters could break it up into smaller pieces.
typo56
30/10/2018
08:50
Nomad RNS should be just around the corner now.
optomistic
28/10/2018
22:43
I'd be more concerned about what prompted the RNS "WH Ireland replaced Peel Hunt and the broker is now advising Crawhsaw on the store closure programme alongside an equity fundraising that could see the company place new stock with investors at between 1p and 1.1p, said sources claiming to be familiar with the matter." For the simple fact this was leaked should send them elsewhere to engage a trusted nomad. They should explore alternative funding and then try and put together a JV with another company to share the high street liabilities. The obvious JV choice is the previous CEO Mr Boyd but he might not be interested now as it's taken a little too long for the penny to drop.
playful
28/10/2018
16:03
Article I picked up on twitter this morning, could well be connected with their connected development with Crawshaws. A.F. Blakemore & Son ‏ @AFBCommunity We’re now recruiting apprentice butchers at our Fresh Foods depot in Wolverhampton.
optomistic
27/10/2018
18:20
Crawshaws 3 years ago prior to Lidl ivory tower man coming in.
sid share
27/10/2018
17:30
Sid good luck if you believe,butchers Chains have never ever made,please Name one if you disagree.meat and Money worst ever put together
penciles2
27/10/2018
17:23
No most of that £12m loss was exceptions so, non cash items its writing off money spent years ago. I think 3m would see them back to profit.
sid share
27/10/2018
17:04
3m doesn't seem enough, probably trying to keep the lights on for a little longer. Total car crash of a share.
owenski
27/10/2018
16:57
Yes 12m loss so if you were a supplier to the business you would want paying prior/pro for a invoice.
sid share
27/10/2018
16:23
Last accounts show 12 mill so don’t think Pro forma
penciles2
27/10/2018
15:31
My guess they are on proforma with most suppliers, the year end accounts (from the previous CEO) would have killed the credit rating. I guess most suppliers not able to get credit insurance on them. The good thing being this will be a business with little debt and some cash.... with £40 million turnover the right man has got to be able to make money from it. This new ceo seems like the right man.
sid share
27/10/2018
15:10
Don’t see this lasting,meat trade is desperate at present Especially butchers,I should know we supply 300.wheres the Cash,they would take 8 weeks at least from suppliers so in Theory they should have 8 mill.
penciles2
26/10/2018
21:16
We can only hope @paulypilot supports us and makes public the wrong that has been done here.
playful
26/10/2018
21:12
@ playful agreed!
sid share
26/10/2018
20:21
Who is doing the book building? Looks like you are the reason they were forced into today's RNS. "Oh look - Crawhaw Group has confirmed yesterday's Betaville Intelligence RARE alert" Thanks for that some folk have been hurt here due to this. We should have been suspended until this was all resolved. I do hope Aim Regulation come down on those involved like a tonne of bricks.
playful
26/10/2018
20:17
hTTps://www.betaville.co.uk/ RARE ALERT: Crawshaw said to be working on £3 million equity fundraising - sources Thursday, 25 October 2018, 5:46 pm RARE ALERT: Crawshaw said to be working on £3 million equity fundraising - sources - Part 2 Friday, 26 October 2018, 7:58 pm
sea7
26/10/2018
19:44
Ahh Glavey, if like me you were a regular at the company AGM you could share such insight. I also think they will appoint a nomad but it would have been better to have combined the announcements.
playful
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