Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Flybe Grp LSE:FLYB London Ordinary Share GB00B4QMVR10 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.964p 0.964p 0.99p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 752.6 -9.4 -4.5 - 2

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08/2/2019
22:51
Exbroker hxxps://shorttracker.co.uk/companies/?sort=2&d=desc Page 10 on the short list
whatsup32
08/2/2019
22:27
I hope all shareholders stand united on this one if we don't we will see repeat market manipulation continue. We need to stop this from happening. We need to make a stand.
devasted19
08/2/2019
22:22
Am voting NO and backing Hosking Partners all the way. They can use their scare tactics in house as majority share holders have lost faith in them. Am confident the majority wil vote no and not fall into their sob stories. Come on waiting on positive news something is happening in the background just a matter of time
devasted19
08/2/2019
22:21
Couldn't agree more the board have not considered investors in any negotiations more concerned with ones own futures
bray2
08/2/2019
22:11
How can CEO be entitled to such a bonus on a failed company the law needs changing to protect investors that money should go to shareholders not highly paid management that are well off anyway. No wonder they are eager push deal through hope it fails
devasted19
08/2/2019
21:41
The ceo needs the deal to finalise to get her 1 million bonus
bray2
08/2/2019
20:59
bray I doubt litigation will happen. I don't think the `chocolate teapots' (FCA, SFO etc) will do anything, their track record is abysmal, and merely serve as a pretense of regulation. Hoskings/Tinkler will, I think, be compensated one way or another....its an elite game. However, if Tinkler and Brady maintain animosity, and Hoskings and Tinkler are colluding- then who knows (they will choose the timing that best suits them). Lets hope there is irreconcilable animosity between the, seemingly, opposing parties...that, I think, would be the best outcome for PI's. But be clear about the nature and functioning of British Capitalism, which is quite happy to screw anything/anybody that gets in the way of their enrichment (see pension scandals, tax havens, the authors of city/government rules on the financial sector, Lawyers working on the margins etc. etc. for instance)
mhin2
08/2/2019
20:50
I wonder if anyone will pursue litigation towards the two directors responsible for the large loss for its investors lots of inaccurate RNS were published need to come together and do something quick before it's too late and they get the £1 bonus for selling the company
bray2
08/2/2019
20:48
Some better news for me today, ATC is about to get re-listed- an AIM company that conspired to enrich the BOD just as they were going into production profitability. I have never trusted AIM BODS since. I thought if I invested in Main Market companies things would be better protected, especially those with a premium listing. But, alas, no...they are all as incompetent/self enriching/city enriching/corrupt as each other. Something is very smelly at the heart of the UK economy, which is the City of London(although I think wall street is similar but much better regulated). I suppose Britain has always been a pirate nation that serves to enrich the rich...Laffin Gas, Branson et al are merely one part of the whole mosaic.
mhin2
08/2/2019
20:31
Whatsup32 says "Someone has taken a 1.8% short position on Flybe." Could that be short6? Although if this is such a certainty for `shorts' why not take a much bigger position? Its not over until its over (is that a tautology/tautophrase?)
mhin2
08/2/2019
19:16
https://www.ft.com/content/ee2d6c72-2afe-11e9-a5ab-ff8ef2b976c7 More in-depth news from the FT on the Flybe takeover and dispute with major shareholders
whatsup32
08/2/2019
18:14
Someone has taken a 1.8% short position on Flybe.
whatsup32
08/2/2019
14:25
short, I dont think you will get any takers, but you could short from the current sp, and you will get your money...if you are so certain put everything you have on the short...easy money...
mhin2
08/2/2019
14:20
For those that are still buying at over 2p, I've got a nice crisp £5 note in my wallet. Would one of you please give me a tenner for it. Thanks.
short6
08/2/2019
13:16
Bob diamond Barclays top dog . After paying the Qataris £350m ? bung. What was he petrified of ..it wasn’t getting prosecuted, or getting caught, nor getting chastised by shareholders It was.....‘Loosing his job’
whatsup32
08/2/2019
13:10
Whatsup32, financial accounting has always been a game of Hide the Sausage. Regulations merely keep them from being less upfront than they might want to be otherwise.
uncle_sam
08/2/2019
13:10
Nobody gives a damn about the small Private Retail Investor, most companies don't and sadly it's as simple as that.
loganair
08/2/2019
12:57
In reality directors look out for themselves first, just look at Marconi. When Marconi was going bust, the directors spent the last month suring up their pensions while doing nothing to keep the company going. Shareholders are always last in line, after the directors look after themselves, then it the secured creditors, unsecured creditor, staff and last in line are the share holders. Most directors are very poor at managing the companies they do, often are clueless and on the whole, unless they have a substantial share holding the company they're directors of usually they don't give a damn about the share holders.
loganair
08/2/2019
12:49
A more balanced post by whatsup...appreciated. Bear in mind that Flybe have possible Hoskings/investigation/litigation ahead of them, Tinkler money to the side of them, and a possible (I think almost certain) conspiracy behind them
mhin2
08/2/2019
12:47
hpcg. ‘All reports are nevertheless upbeat. This is the company doing its job for shareholders-giving them a chance to sell at a highest price possible to buyers with less in-depth knowledge’ In other words they are knowingly misleading the ‘less in-depth’ investor. Private investors are not analysts nor are they accountants , directors have an obligation to all shareholders, not just the connected ones. Luke Johnson is an intelligent investor , didn’t he just get done . Where were all the smart accountants and analysts there. I agree the writing was on the wall for Flybe. Just disagree it’s acceptable practise for management to give a rosy outlook when the opposite may be true. Management should have more insight then your regular guy on the street. When results or trading update is released it’s usually done three months in arrears. That’s three months of insight to go on.
whatsup32
08/2/2019
12:47
no announcement, yet, of Hoskings or Tinkler selling/reducing their holding. I am glad I sold at 3.75p, but that does not mean that there is not a conspiracy/malpractice/collusion/cronyism etc here- just too risky. However the BODs announcements do not indicate exasperation but desperation- seems as if they are trying to close down as many avenues as possible- they clearly have quite a lot to hide. Lets see what happens.
mhin2
08/2/2019
12:07
So what if Flybe is wound up as it doesn't have any assets anymore, just the Flybe name and Flybe.com, therefore it seems to me even if wound up the aircraft will still keep flying.
loganair
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