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Dx (group) Plc LSE:DX. London Ordinary Share GB00BJTCG679 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% 29.50 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 382.1 10.6 2.7 10.9 169

Dx (group) Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/5/2022
10:06
"SteMiS 10 May '22 - 08:38 - 2736 of 2738 Well at least The Group's trading performance and financial position since 1 January 2022 have remained in line with the Board's expectations." But what are the board's expectations worth? The same BOD that had expectations of having a set of accounts audited and published on time? Or were the BOD expectation, that no one would sign off (or indeed audit) those accounts and they would lose the aim listing ?
fenners66
10/5/2022
09:18
If we are suspended could someone still make an offer for us?
molatovkid
10/5/2022
08:38
Well at least The Group's trading performance and financial position since 1 January 2022 have remained in line with the Board's expectations.
stemis
10/5/2022
08:13
I'm starting to wonder if this has something to do with Liad Meidar being appointed. We get an RNS on 13th December of his appointment and then on the 4th Jan. 2022 they are suspended. Dunno if we are being stitched up here or not.
molatovkid
10/5/2022
08:08
DX GROUP (DX/) suspended; Still unable to appointment a new auditor. If accounts are not published by July 5th the company may look to delist from AIM.
nw99
10/5/2022
07:54
Almost certainly can't agree to take it on.
nigelpm
10/5/2022
07:23
Disgrace!!
amaretto1
10/5/2022
07:22
Shareholders should be able to sue the company for negligence and mismanagement.
molatovkid
10/5/2022
07:19
DX (Group) plc ("DX", the "Company" or the "Group") Update regarding appointment of an auditor Since the announcement of the resignation of Grant Thornton UK LLP as auditor to the Company and to other members of the Group in February 2022, the DX Board has been in discussions with a number of potential new auditors. However, to date, the Board has been unable to agree a new appointment. The Board has now concluded that there is a material risk that the audit of the Company's accounts for the financial period ended 3 July 2021 (the "Audit") will not be completed and the audited annual accounts not published by 7.30am on 5 July 2022, six months after the suspension of the Company's shares from trading on AIM. As shareholders are aware, the suspension occurred as a result of the Company's inability to comply with AIM Rule 19, which required the Company's accounts for that financial period to have been published and sent to shareholders without delay and, in any event, not later than six months after the end of the financial year to which the accounts relate.
fenners66
10/5/2022
07:18
Good luck to those of you that hold this. I read that as nothing more than a pre warning of worse to come. So disappointing after all this time and it just goes to show what a mess they must be in if no one will pick this up!!
tuftymatt
10/5/2022
07:14
WTAF! RNS out...this is a disgrace.
molatovkid
06/5/2022
23:22
I imagine the plan is not to issue an RNS until the new auditor is in place, at which point they'll be in a better position to say when they expect the suspension to be lifted. Of course, some flexibility in the deadlines may be required here, but given the exceptional circumstances of the previous auditor’s resignation so late in the day, I can't see why this wouldn’t be granted, provided sufficient progress on the accounts can be demonstrated.
lombriz
06/5/2022
16:17
I believe DX. are planning to update the market in the next few weeks. I don't know what that'll say but a 'lot of work' is going on in the background. The investigation of the corporate governance issue is coming to a conclusion and they haven't, as yet, appointed an auditor although very aware of the deadlines. Read into that what you will...
stemis
06/5/2022
16:06
Obviously I'm talking from the point of view of the company without having to deal with shareholders.
nigelpm
06/5/2022
15:53
Little point in being listed? Of course there is. It gives shareholders an uncomplicated way of selling their shares, and without the discount attached to being unlisted. As for being bought out at 50p+, many would jump at that, but that’s a separate issue.
lombriz
05/5/2022
18:37
The last few months have probably proved that there is little point in this being a listed company. Certainly it's pretty unclear to me what value listing has achieved. Be quite happy for an MBO at 50p+
nigelpm
05/5/2022
14:34
lombriz: going private might not be a panacea, but it will involve a due diligence 'audit' which will expose all matters, including the carrying out of a full audit and the effect of those 'issues'. I would think, in any case, rather than 'going private' that some sort of takeover bid would take place instead. This would save the bidder(s) a lot of money if they wished to re-list. The financials of the company (albeit thru unaudited accounts) look very healthy, and seem on a very promising forward outlook. We have been told time and again, that the issues in question are not finance related, so the health and prospects of the company remain as robust. A takeover bid, or a 'going private' I don't think would be detrimental to the PI.
empoggio
05/5/2022
14:33
Yes, but the danger for the directors is that if any “delistingR21; by AIM can be linked to gross mismanagement (e.g. corporate governance failings of such magnitude as to cause the auditor to resign), they (or their insurers!) will be exposed to claims from shareholders for any consequential losses.
lombriz
05/5/2022
14:16
Depends what people mean by 'going private'. Often it's used as a term for an MBO. Can't see that here. If it simply is used as 'delisted' then it's clearly possible
stemis
05/5/2022
14:06
Going private is not a panacea, in particular it doesn't magically make the audit problem go away. It would not in any event receive the support of the generality of shareholders who, after all, have only been able to invest in DX in the first place by virtue of its being a listed company, and are entitled to expect it to remain so.
lombriz
05/5/2022
12:36
Can see going private again for a few years
ls24
05/5/2022
12:15
An internal coup? The people who control this situation while building up their holdings have the votes. Once delisted and outside those rules ...
marktime1231
05/5/2022
07:13
Another day. No news.
everton448
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