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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ffastfill LSE:FFA London Ordinary Share GB0002130689 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% 19.75 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 17.2 0.6 0.1 141.1 105

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/2/2011
08:22
Morning all.
site manager
15/2/2011
22:38
MM's short of stock.....At this point in the past MM's would mark FFA down to flush out some sellers to get some stock in.
bugs bunny
15/2/2011
19:33
Something going down!
wh1spa
14/2/2011
14:07
Now thats strange.
bugs bunny
05/2/2011
10:52
Very good question.....Enterprise Value of the company is 12p per share, There brokers say 17p per share. We are hardly going to see any share price movement on this stock as its almost owned by large holder nearly 80% of stock, Any significent share price movement will have to come from FFA its self, so they have to hit there targets in the next set of results and we then may see a re-rating.
bugs bunny
05/2/2011
00:17
Where could these go, on a P/E and EPS they kind of look fair value?
paul1967
04/2/2011
23:50
Paul....Possibly.....Hopefully ION....tranfers from there MM's
bugs bunny
04/2/2011
17:26
some more stock transfers today.
paul1967
04/2/2011
16:48
bb I wonder now if the ION stake is for sale along with PAT? Just a thought. Don't know much about ION - do you?
mountain man
04/2/2011
11:25
Thats come as a pleasant movement.....Looks like the share price was moved down to Accommodate the recent share activity...now we have to wait and see if FFA can meet there targets in the results and we may see a re-rating of the share price Procrastination on this one is costing ION.
bugs bunny
04/2/2011
10:39
Hi Jab, Try this one http://www.ffastfill.com
bugs bunny
04/2/2011
10:37
I,d hold on, Blackrock buying is a good sign.
paul1967
03/2/2011
08:41
In that case - glad to see your still with us. Hopefully you will have some left over for Cheltenham. Long run in the 18th ? ( local horse )
site manager
02/2/2011
20:00
As was reported earlier I am no longer a major holder, but still hold a good number of FFA and will continue to do so. I reduced the holding for personal reasons and had nothing to do with the company or long term share price. The prospects for the business have never been better and I am pleased that BlackRock stepped in so that an orderly stake transfer could be carried out. The company's broker, Canaccord, did an excellent job and I appreciated their candor concerning the business and it's perception by the market. There was a ready market for the stake and that bodes well for the likelihood of a market re-rating once the company reports significant progress. The company is highly regarded, well run and about to finally achieve something like the promise before the financial crisis hit the sector.
chuffy
02/2/2011
16:23
Bye bye Chuffy. Goodluck.
site manager
02/2/2011
16:02
Looks like Mr kergel is fed up of waiting for FFA.....If i remember correctly he has been a major holder for nearly 8yrs and it hasn't happened.
bugs bunny
02/2/2011
10:14
BlackRock inc bought in and they are no mugs......Who sold?????
bugs bunny
01/2/2011
12:25
Looks like something happening behind the scene's. 6% of the coming changing hands and yesterday option's being exercised. As my old mum says...It will all come out in the wash....Watch this space.
bugs bunny
28/1/2011
13:38
Intersting trades...Approx 6% of the company changing hands.Now its case of waiting a few trading days for the announcements of what went where from and to whom....... I would like it to be ION, however I don't exspect it to be them, if it was we would have to see a take over bid to end this stagnation in the share price
bugs bunny
27/1/2011
09:39
With an appointment of a CFO maybe FFA are now preparing to pay out a DIVI. Ye right LOL.
bugs bunny
26/1/2011
10:40
FFA is Public quoted company however because of large institutional holding nearly 80%..... FFA is run in there benifit and not the small private investor, he can only rely on movements in the share price on good company news and not through trading. We see massive trades going through the market as holdings are changed hands and no share price movement eg ION bought there stake at 10p share price didn't go anywhere near 10p, however we see a trade of 250k and the share price moves down a tick.
bugs bunny
25/1/2011
16:29
There it goes...Been waiting for a tick down...Something FFA have not been unable to do is keep a share price up and stay up at these levels.
bugs bunny
19/1/2011
12:07
FFastFill implement low latency link to Asia London - 19 January 2011 FFastFill, the leading provider of application services to the global financial marketplace, today announces the expansion of their global network to include the lowest latency optical fibre route between Europe and Asia. FFastFill have contracted for a link between London and Hong Kong from BSO Networks. The ERMC optical fibre route, passing through Europe, Russia, Mongolia and China , is the lowest latency path available. This enables FFastFill to provide users with the highest quality infrastructure to trade on and ensure low latency execution on European, American and Asian exchanges. FFastFill also recently announced it was one of the first exchange services providers to offer connectivity to four Chinese exchanges, including the Shanghai Futures Exchange. Robert Walton, Managing Director of Business Development commented, "Through our ever expanding and improving global network, we are able to provide clients around the globe with a fully hosted Software as a Service solution, scalable to their particular requirements. The addition of the link between Europe and China strengthens this further, enabling users to trade a multitude of exchanges with minimal latency." Scott Richie, Managing Director, BSO Networks commented, "BSO is delighted to work closely with Ffastfill to roll out this Global Backbone expansion to utilize our Low Latency & High Availability Network in many of both of our key markets in Chicago, New York, Hong Kong, Sydney and London. BSO's network has been designed to deliver the fastest global interconnectivity between each of the significant financial centers to enable our, and now FFastFill's customers, with the most resilient and high speed route to trading exchanges and markets. I personally look forward to our partnership developing over the years to deliver innovation and value on a long term basis"
bugs bunny
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