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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10/2/2019
22:11
Minerve Read between the lines old boy They offered £2.1m for the company. Bought its assets for £2.2m Loan the company money. Consortium loaning money to a company that will soon be theirs Common be serious!!!
cleverinvestor
10/2/2019
21:53
Totally agree with you.
bray2
10/2/2019
21:49
Administration would have been a better option for all stakeholders. No jobs for the directors. No £1m bonus. Connect consortium would have pay the right price for the asset. Mike Ashley told to offer more money for Patisserie Valerie 121 outlets https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-47192922
cleverinvestor
10/2/2019
20:51
https://www.ft.com/content/2cb01bfa-2af7-11e9-88a4-c32129756dd8 Explains why board had no choice
whatsup32
10/2/2019
20:06
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2019/02/10/penny-share-flybe-deal-much-steal/
whatsup32
10/2/2019
14:47
For those who may think Tinkler is a good guy. Here is a few reason why he got kicked out of Stobart. Just in case you thought he would be acting in favour of shareholders at Flybe. He paid £1.6m for premium travel from 2015 to 18 He paid £2.9m for corporate entertainment He paid 65k and 68k to pop star Ronald Keaton He paid £1.6m for corporate travel and 170k for helicopter. Purchased from his own company . Stobart is capitalised at near £500m and he spent nearly £5m on expenses. Does that seem like a guy who is running the company for the benefit of shareholders or himself. He comes across as a self indulgent crook. DYOR , Buyer beware and all that rolox
whatsup32
10/2/2019
13:32
Pensions: Tougher jail terms for mismanaging funds https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-47188445 ...and its all over the media WHAT AN IDEAL OPPORTUNITY TO RAISE ISSUE OF FLYBE MISMANAGEMENT
mhin2
10/2/2019
09:37
Not sure I understand your post Bought at 2.8p , taken at 3.35 , get to 4p Most of the time there was 15-20% spread in bid offer.
whatsup32
10/2/2019
03:47
The short position (remember I did say it would get to 4p), was taken at 3.35p, and bought at 2.8p, a whole £1500 profit, but not bad for one weeks work? Keith character got a right kickin!
dudishes
09/2/2019
16:47
europa79 With respect Norwegian did exactly the same. When IAG withdrew their interest Norwegian stated they were doing good and weren’t that interested in the approach. This week they gave a profits warning and asked IAG to return.
whatsup32
09/2/2019
16:07
Employees will get made redundant under new company anyway
bray2
09/2/2019
15:10
I strongly believe that this has been planned for months. The positive statements made by the BOD after reporting in March that Stobart had withdrawn from making an approach to take over the company fooled so many private investors, including myself. Was the rumour of Stobarts offer of 40p correct or just a ruse? After the RNS stating that Stobart had withdrawn their approach, the BOD were still uttering positive statements. I took this as a sign of confidence and that the BOD believed the company was worth more than the rumoured 40p. In reality, surely, if offered 40p or more, the BOD had a responsibility to allow shareholders to vote on the takeover. So, who is responsible for the rumour of the 40p offer ???
europa79
09/2/2019
13:52
So you don't care about all the employees that you would see unemployed them? What did they ever do to you?
sweyn
09/2/2019
12:37
I'd say investors would get more if the company was carved up and sold off in chunks
bray2
09/2/2019
12:06
Hpcg..you might as well say that successfully robbing a bank without hurting anyone physically is a job done well. Doesn’t make it right though!!
europa79
09/2/2019
10:48
ha ha ha ha
t 34
09/2/2019
09:40
Devastated19 - your words are exactly why the board has done well to preserve jobs and customer's flights. There is a cohort of private investors which, for reasons I cannot comprehend, would rather see their investment go to zero and punish others than rescue whatever capital they can. Every single investor from Warren Buffett down, every single investor , opens what turn out to be loss making positions. With losses an inevitability successful investors and long term losers group themselves by how they deal with them.
hpcg
08/2/2019
23:48
Whatsup That must be the total short position, and I think I know those involved! May have been closed as the borrow was pulled this week.
exbroker
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
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