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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Eddie Stobart Logistics Plc ESL London Ordinary Share GB00BD8QVC95 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 15.50 01:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
15.50 15.50
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CONSTRUCTION & MATERIALS

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DateSubject
15/1/2021
09:48
ynot68: Loves a short lived spike this one. Alan er um Green on UK investor a big fan and holder of this stock.
17/12/2020
17:59
crowshott: It seems a downward trend? With the changes happening and new investors in with new twist to a investment fund for logistics should be up. With so many online trading all the logistics firms are busy. Alone with the warehouse places can't get enough space with Amazon looking to rent up to 30-40 new locations over the coming year should be all booming!
09/12/2020
09:00
stur7672: 22. DETAILS OF THE SUBSCRIPTION, PLACING AND OPEN OFFER The Directors have given careful consideration to the structure of the proposed fundraising and have concluded that Placing, Subscription and the Open Offer is the most suitable option available to the Company and its Shareholders at this time to provide certainty while also allowing participation by existing shareholders.Through the Subscription, Placing and Open Offer, 320,358,528 New Ordinary Shares will be issued to private investors, Placees and Qualifying Shareholders who validly subscribed under the Open Offer in each case at 5 pence per New Ordinary Share to raise gross proceeds of up to GBP16.0 million.
08/12/2020
11:45
bouleversee: I wonder how many of their investors would want to put more money in.
08/12/2020
10:54
kopparberg2020: If you really think a company such as ESL, with all Their investors is incapable of raising 6M you’re insane.
25/11/2020
07:53
genierub: Seems to me like ESL saw a share price rise at 28% and tried their best to suppress it with a speeding ticket. Little did they know that investors were savvy enough to see right through their attempt and started piling in at 10p. When a speeding ticket gets ignored and the share price continues to rise, this is one of the most bullish signs one can ask for. Nothing (even the company) can stop this now. All eyes on breaking 14p today.
21/8/2020
08:27
sharescoop: Reasons why the image may be what it displays for the following reasons1 VRS have a longstanding collaboration with MAS for textiles (apparel) development with graphinks and graphene.2 MAS Holdings is known to be a core supplier to NIKE for apparel, it's the second largest supplier to NIKE worldwide (Wikipedia)3 VRS executives passed around a sports t-shirt at an open investor event, there were pictures on twitter. The garment was quickly called back to the front of the room and the label removed but not before some long term investors caught a glimpse of it.4 VRS have just received £2 million of an innovate loan to accelerate the G-Scale and they have declared G-Scale includes L for Leisure (it's in an RNS) which reads as apparel to most seasoned investors. 5 VRS have also confirmed by RNS that the loan is to significantly increase its manufacture of quality assured graphene / intended to facilitate the production of sufficient quantities of graphene by Versarien to enable market supply of commercial quantities of graphene enhanced materials .6 Why would an information visual such as that be created by a professional PR firm and for who!? In the lead up to something exciting? DYOR To me, if it looks like duck and has all the hallmarks of a duck , it's very likely a duck .Its a pretty compelling case but not every horse can be led to water, they need to do their own research like everyone should
01/7/2020
14:17
george23666: Reason for drop. Invesco dumped half of all thier shares with Stobart Group. About 5% of all shares, looks like they are getting rid of remaining 6.8%. Shows lack of confidence from one their biggest investors. Obviously knock on with ESL..a big neg I'm afraid.
08/5/2020
10:08
midus: You only have to see the recent director they have taken on the board. A man who specializes in making companies insolvent. I had dipped my toe in but when that name came up I sold. Good luck all investors.
08/3/2020
18:48
daredevi1: Eddie Stobart Logistics (AIM:ESL) was unsuspended on 26 February on the AIM exchange and we have seen some interesting share price action, first with a substantial fall, but since then some very big one day gains. Eddie Stobart shares were suspended in August following a review of its accounting practices. This led to the departure of its CEO and the suspension of the shares. The company is frequently referred to as ‘troubled̵7; in the financial press and negative sentiment led to an immediate sell off in the stock as soon as the shares came back online. We think this was overdone, but it was a natural reaction given how long the suspension went on for. uditor’s review underway (see issues with accounting mentioned above). Since then DBAY Advisors have injected £70 million (at a valuation of 32p) into Eddie Stobart Logistics prior to the shares being unlocked. This was via one of its funds, DouglasBay Capital III, which bought a 51% stake in Greenwhitestar Acquisitions, which is the holding company for Eddie Stobart. Based in the Isle of Man, DBAY had previously owned Eddie Stobart between 2014 and 2017. There was also a rival bid in the pipeline being put together by Andrew Tinkler, former CEO of Eddie Stobart. His firm, TVFB, had been looking to inject £80 million into Eddie Stobart. Interim results have since been declared which have seen revenues up. Eddie Stobart is expecting to declare a small EBIT loss for the year and management has been keen to reassure investors that it is on top of the accounting issues. The shares have been as low as 4.5p since Eddie Stobart stock started trading again. Shares have since traded as high as 14p. This is already a considerable mark up given the circumstances. There is a good chance at these values that another player will want to buy in if the shares are as cheap as this. But that debt has to be a consideration. At the moment it is facing net liabilities of £60 million. Overall broker consensus is rating Eddie Stobart as a buy, with a target price at over 900%* of where it is now. This may seem crazy to some investors, but this is a company that was trading at almost £1 less than 12 months ago. It can now be had very cheaply. Eddie Stobart certainly seems to attract enthuisiastic buyers at the strategic level, people who know the company’s ins and outs, and are prepared to stump up more cash to keep it running.
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