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GMP Gabelli Merger Plus+ Trust Plc

0.00 (0.0%)
01 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gabelli Merger Plus+ Trust Plc LSE:GMP London Ordinary Share GB00BD8P0741 ORD USD0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 9.00 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.10 12.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Finance Services GBP 1.11M GBP -1.04M GBP -0.1444 -62.33 64.64M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 9.00 USD

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Posted at 02/12/2023 08:20 by Gabelli Merger Plus+ Daily Update
Gabelli Merger Plus+ Trust Plc is listed in the Finance Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GMP. The last closing price for Gabelli Merger Plus+ was US$9.
Gabelli Merger Plus+ currently has 7,182,249 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Gabelli Merger Plus+ is £64,640,241.
Gabelli Merger Plus+ has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -62.33.
This morning GMP shares opened at -
Posted at 29/10/2003 14:50 by melita gnome
Would your majesty or any other shareholder of the company care to comment on the following...
I would be very intered to know what the instigator of this thread thinks about yesterday released statement..

"Getmapping Plc

("Getmapping" or "the Company")

Result of Extraordinary General Meeting

Getmapping announces that the resolution proposed at the Extraordinary
General Meeting of the Company held on 28 October 2003 was duly passed.
Accordingly, the admission of the issued ordinary share capital of the
Company to trading on the Alternative Investment Market will be cancelled
with effect from 7.00 a.m. tomorrow, 29 October 2003, after which the
shares will be traded on a matched bargain basis in two ways.

Firstly, Rowan Dartington, a Bristol based firm of stockbrokers, will
make a market in matched bargains in Getmapping shares (as they already
do for a number of unlisted companies), dealing directly with members of
the public, be they existing Getmapping shareholders or potential new

In addition, J P Jenkins, which is the principal market maker in OFEX
securities will offer their JPJL matched bargain share trading facility
(as they currently do for some 70 unlisted companies) for enquiries
coming via stockbrokers.

Further Enquiries:
Posted at 07/10/2003 13:52 by offerman
The same will happen to cyh share price as has happened here.
Posted at 06/10/2003 17:32 by iantc
me me yes the queen had quite a larege stake in gmp but as soon as maestro tipped it she sold the lot ,clever women the queen
Posted at 03/10/2003 08:12 by dusseldorf
I'm still holding 170,000, but I sold the same at a small loss...I'm not as positive on it as I used to be, though I'm convinced those greedy directors will make sure their salries (paid in shares at 1p and warrents at 1.3) will get their money back.

Still think I can get GMP under 1p...I may get £1000 and tuck away, though I don't know what my online broker would do with them...most likely send in certificate form.
Posted at 01/10/2003 12:50 by vision88
LEG Mason huge drop big recovery under way hurry whilst stocks last, GMP THEY STILL HERE!!
Posted at 01/10/2003 08:13 by byroneck
Even if you hold the shares once its de-listed, you can still sell them. Not in the conventioanl manner but from what I understand you can still negotiate a price.

With the price as it is, it is almost tempting to buy some. Sit on them for a year and then try and sell them. Can't see this price being a genuine valuation and for that reason, once the de-listing is complete (if it happens!!) you should be sat on a very nice profit.

Seen similar behaviour with other stocks over the last year where price has plumeted on possible de-listing news, and then for the decision to be reversed and the shares rocket. KNG I think was one of those.. will have to check..
Posted at 01/10/2003 07:48 by sportbilly1976
This must be approaching levels where the directors feel that the copmpany is woefully undervalued and will buy some of the shares - I can understand the MM's not wanting to hold onto a stock that will only be traded through matched bargains, but the directors??

Current offer is 1.5p and there has been no change in the business fundamentals since it was worth 12p, only a deterioating outlok for Q2 - how many other stocks have made this forecast in the past few weeks but they have not suffered a 90% erosion in share price!!
Posted at 30/9/2003 23:23 by goliard

The shares in the company do not have to be held by the directors (as far as I know). It is ok to hold shares in a private company and trade them as you would on the exchange. The difference is that the AIM listing makes it much easier to trade and as a private company you have to match up buyers and sellers instead of relying on market makers to hold and trade shares. And yes, you would be entitled to your share of any dividend.

It's not necessarily a bad thing for the company and in many ways it makes sense as the shares were hard enough to trade anyway on AIM and the volumes were pathetic.

If you still have faith in the product then it could well be a good time to buy, but not if you're only in for the short term.
Posted at 29/9/2003 09:13 by sportbilly1976
One question for you all - if it delists, isnt the company required to buy the shares off you at an agreed price.....otherwise it would be a private company but not 100% of the shares would be held by the directors...

...unless it meant that you were entitled to a share of the profits distributed much the same as if you were a director in a private company??

I am not a holder but the question came to me ...
Posted at 10/9/2003 22:23 by synthetic
Hello, I've been watching this stock for a few weeks now and noticed the small tick up in prices, especiall during the last week. This is what propted me to buy some yesterday and do some up to date research later. Hey - sometimes works. Anyway I revisited their website today, first time since ages and I have to see it looks really good. Certainly very appealing to the consumer and I would imagine that with good promotional campaigns should see a very steady increase in revenues. This is apart from these larger deals that are being muted.

Very excited about this 3d mapping that is talked about. Remember some of the 3d images and maps that were used in the media reporting of the Iraqi war. Well one can see the the effectiveness of this and the commercial applications should be quite extensive.

About a month ago or so I noticed some televsion advertising promoting a free ariel picture of your home as part of a national promotion. I recall this was one of the big supermarkets. I would not at all be surprised that GMP are somewhere behind this and the revenues of this activity, plus others that one might not be away of may very well give a nice big boost to their bottom line, not to mention expand their customer base too.

Glad to see a nice rise today (also topped up some more when the price fell back a bit) and looking forward to an inevitable bigger rise.

Happy investing

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