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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ebiquity Plc LSE:EBQ London Ordinary Share GB0004126057 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 27.00 26.00 28.00 27.00 27.00 27.00 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 68.7 -6.5 -10.1 - 21

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01/11/2001
13:28
wuggs, you are quite right about ebq being a sets stock and its price structure. i also agree that ebq is a classy stock and may well be heading to a bumper christmas. but don't be surprised if last years's nose dive that took place at about this time of the year and for no really good reason is re-enacted this year too. of course such irrational price movements would be corrected eventually, as last years did but not for a number of months, but not without reaking havock with investors pockets. watch for a resistance at 120p. if this is breached then it is good news indeed.
melfaraj
01/11/2001
12:25
crept up nice and slowly today if it could only fill every shopping day to xmas like this I would be very wealthy.
quantas
01/11/2001
11:43
i have noticed with interest the way market makers deal with less liquid stock through nothing but playing up with wide spreads. for this to work, the prime condition is to have a very wide spread to start with, i've seen 10% during normal trading hours on ebq, but this is not confined to ebq by any means. by keeping the bid price constant, the mid price, which is the price quoted for rises and falls of stock prices and in depicting price movements in charts, may be varied at will, easily by +5% and more without allowing investors to make a penny's profit. indeed while the mid price may be shown to have appreciated by some 5% a loss would be realised to an investor by vertue of the fact that bid price may have been even lowered, by a lower marging than that at which the offer price has been increased. and ofcourse there are dealing charges and stamp duties to be content with. it is, therefore, essential to look at the bid/offer price as well as the mid price. and as a general principle avoid delving in stocks of wide spreads. finally, your advfn monitors can be 'customised' to show spreads. click at the 'customise' button at the bottom and add a 'spread' column.
melfaraj
01/11/2001
11:33
Why do you think that they could have done this yesterday or before then why now? and with buys and sells almost equal they are hardly offloading their supposedly 60mil share pile, might it be more inline with the fact the company is looking forward towards the next quarter, obviously with xmas in it to be quite rosy and therefore results will be good!
quantas
01/11/2001
11:01
yes, mm's desperate to sell their unwanted 60mil stock. ramp the price up and down all day to take the automatic trade buys out and avoid sells at all cost. the ploy also pulls in more buyers as they panic buy on the swings up.
toorie
01/11/2001
10:26
Anyone know why the suddern burst of activity in the last hour and the price rise ?
bezzaberry
30/10/2001
00:31
These are doing nicely at the moment, creeping upwards, lets hope this continues on the run up to xmas and into the new year when the new consoles are released in the UK. FEVS
fevs
30/10/2001
00:29
Bezz, which papers and what did it say?? FEVS
fevs
30/10/2001
00:22
tipped in Papers at weekend price surely will rise with new consoles, christmas etc etc
bezzaberry
29/10/2001
13:14
Cheers Quantas FEVS
fevs
29/10/2001
13:01
fevs it was the sunday telegraph said there was a little risk but hey tell me a share wher there isn't but they rated them a buy
quantas
26/10/2001
09:25
Just into EBQ like the look of things for xmas, quietly getting on with things and Director buying plus all the + signs should be good for a run.....
quantas
24/10/2001
14:26
Game on for Electronics Boutique director A week after Electronics Boutique’s largest shareholder placed his 19% stake, several key players in the market have emerged as fans of the computer games retailer. Non-executive deputy chairman Richard Beecham picked up 100,000 shares on Monday which cost him 105p – 5p more than James Kim's placing price. Beecham now holds 1.8 million shares (0.5%). On Tuesday Tim Steer, manager of the recently launched New Star UK Aggressive unit trust, told Citywire he expected the shares to have risen by over 40% by the end of 2001. The shares have 44.5 pence worth of ground to capture if they are to hit Steer’s 150p price target after they lost 0.5p to close at 105.5p yesterday. Electronics Boutique has recently reported very strong sales, especially for PlayStation 2 consoles. In the nine weeks to the end of September the company’s like for like sales rose by 46%. With Christmas looming and the UK consumer in a resilient mood, the company’s shareholders have hopes that Santa will bring their portfolios some festive cheer. The new year is expected to offer its own delight with the arrival of Microsoft’s much heralded X-Box and Nintendo’s Game Cube.
aleco
23/10/2001
14:00
Does anyone of you have any ideas - how the Windows XP launch on the 25th of October can effect EBQ? I think it's gonna be a huge campaign all over the world.
aleco
23/10/2001
09:59
Director just bought 100,000 shares (see RNS). Can't be a bad thing :)
wuggs_uk
18/10/2001
09:09
From today's FT : 'Video game retailer Electronics Boutique led the fallers in the FTSE 250 as shares fell 7 to 106p after the company's biggest shareholder, James Kim, sold his 18 per cent stake, about 66m shares. Kim's holding was placed by Credit Suisse First Boston at 100p per share'. Hope this clarifies the situation. clink
clink
18/10/2001
00:22
surely someone must know?
errol6429
18/10/2001
00:08
Has there been some bad news ? or what ?
errol6429
17/10/2001
16:01
They are placing 18% of the companies shares at 100p. I don't understand exactly why this should affect the market price though, as these are not being sold in the market.
mcooke01
17/10/2001
15:59
Apparently it is EB in US selling off a 18% holding in EBQ.
billy ray valentine
17/10/2001
10:10
Veto: Let me explain. EB Nevada hold the stock in EBQ, NOT ELBO. EB Nevada is a private holding company run by the founders of ELBO. It is not a chain of retail stores. ELBO is the USA listed sister company of EBQ, which runs the stores in the USA. ELBO owns no stock in EBQ. If EB Nevada dumped its shares it has nothing to do with ELBO's business in the USA. No sh*t is about to hit the fan. Some private individual probably wants some dosh, and maybe acted after the directors sold shares recently. Shares are being amazingly resilient. Rob
uncle-bob
17/10/2001
10:08
Bob - they were placed by CSFB at 100p, i have no idea of the mechanics of it but there were pretty big chunks going through at that price early on for us to see!! clink
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