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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
10/5/2012
11:45
All drops in Sp seem to be lifted back up the following day. (Which is not the norm for this stock after a period of inactivity.) Not sure who's controlling the Sp at the moment MM's, PI's or something larger ?
bluehair2
10/5/2012
11:29
seeing buying here today
papillon88
24/4/2012
11:05
Somebody bailing......Well it was good while it lasted.
bugs bunny
11/4/2012
15:44
It looks like the MM's are short of stock and looking at the trades they seem to be small punters buying, maybe on the above news. The news above is new and Ive had severial alerts come through today.
bugs bunny
11/4/2012
10:52
I don't know if this is new news: http://www.telecompaper.com/news/ffastfill-delivers-service-from-interxion-london-data-centre
gerri-c
05/4/2012
18:32
I have only been buying in the last twelve months so I am a little ahead and in no desperate hurry to get big returns. Paying dividends is all very well, however the dividend must be sustainable. Yes they can make the company more attractive to some funds but the worst thing in the world is to start paying a divi and subsequently withdraw it. At this stage in the company's development I am more than happy that they put their cash back into developing the business. As far as a takeover is concerned, taking over small comapnies like FFA does not always work well for the purchaser. Small companies depend critically on key technical people and on the business side, major companies will have key relationships with FFA's directors. That all chnages when a lerger company takes over. Although it might be possible to acquire FFA more cheaply now, it can be a safer bet to wait util the company is more established and not so dependent on critical employees and business relationships.
richjp
05/4/2012
12:52
SM, I bought into FFA on share price growth 9yrs ago and seen very little until this January. Now FFA have turned the corner and now making money and the business is growing rapidly I would expect a Divi to be paid sooner rather than later. One of the advantages of paying a divi is it raises the company profile and puts FFA into a different league where fund managers look to invest and put money into safer companies thus raising the share price and balancing out going ex divi. We would get the best of both worlds, a share price rise and an income through a divi. When PTS starting paying a divi they saw a 300% increase in the share price over a 12month, however they hit an iceberg "MF Global's business" and previous to that the lehman brothers collapse leading to the ION takeover after share price collapse. Regs Bugs.
bugs bunny
05/4/2012
07:53
Bugs, Not sure too many of us bought these looking for a divi, I am more interested in share price growth. I am willing to be corrected on this. Also when you have large stake holders whom are potential bidders, why pay a divi and enrich them even more while making your share price go down. ( ex div share price ). Regs, SM.
site manager
04/4/2012
12:41
Now thats the the share price we all know.....It Wouldnt surpise me to see the share price down at the end of the day LOL
bugs bunny
04/4/2012
09:05
Not too bad at all, only disapointment is no mention of a Divi but a million less in the bank understandble however at this level it would take a bid of around 24p to 26p take over FFA now and as we go further forward maybe 30p. A huge difference to 18 months ago when a bid of 12p would have done it.
bugs bunny
03/4/2012
17:34
Year end was 31st of March and full results Mid may approx, we should be getting a ttrading update very soon now.
bugs bunny
03/4/2012
15:53
When are results? Anyone know?
wh1spa
03/4/2012
14:28
new to the thread bought a few today like the look of graph
papillon88
03/4/2012
14:24
I'm getting a bit dizzy....FFA never been this high before. A message too ION and Cinnober or whoever, FFA are just going to get alot more expensive to buy.
bugs bunny
03/4/2012
14:22
seeing a few buys today
papillon88
27/3/2012
09:10
I'm still here LOL....Things are moving along very nicely at FFA these days......I think ION missed a great chance to take out FFA 12 months ago and at 1/2 the price they going to have to pay out now, and we can't rule out Cinnober Financial Technology they have deep pockets also.
bugs bunny
26/3/2012
16:24
Good to see you're still here Bugs, its certainly looking more positive for FFA both technically and fundamentally.Its hard not to see that the only way is up in the short term. (Awaiting for the next co. spanner in the works as we speak...) If this co is going to get bid for surely now would be a golden opportunity before its gets a lot more expensive or maybe Ions view is owning PATs and being a majority shareholder in its nearest rival. Still a win, win for them if business increases. Just speculating of course. BH
bluehair2
26/3/2012
14:17
Now let's speculate what could cause this share price movement. 1. Positive news in the trading statement, Due out soon. "Very Possible" 2. Another contract win. "Possible" 3. MM's short on stock. "Could be" 4. Possible bid, "Very unlikely"
bugs bunny
15/3/2012
19:11
Each contract win put ££££ on the bottom line.
bugs bunny
15/3/2012
18:46
Ion will certainly have to pay a big premium if they want FFA now.
wh1spa
15/3/2012
12:31
That's 4 contract announcements in 28 days...Lets hope they announce a Divi in the trading statement which must due out very soon. Or even better an announcement of an approach
bugs bunny
14/3/2012
14:48
and when they were up they were up and when they were down they were down.............................boswellox
wh1spa
13/3/2012
10:10
ok FFA has now officially turned a corner, albeit with the nimbleness of an oil tanker, onwards and .....ummm... onwards (Lets hope this tanker is not part of Costa Crociera) Next stop Port Number FifteenP
wh1spa
13/3/2012
08:52
Another contract win.....FFA purchace price just keeps on rising. http://www.rjobrien.com/corp/aboutrjo.php
bugs bunny
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