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HWC Highway Capital Plc

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Last Updated: 00:00:00
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Highway Capital Plc LSE:HWC London Ordinary Share GB0008579384 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 15.50 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Offices-holdng Companies,nec 0 -543k -0.0566 -2.74 1.49M

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RNS says 650,000
he only has 200,000 shares left
Paul selling some more I see
Good luck with your sub-20p top up plans, Scotty ;)
lets face it, 20,000 shares bought per day. this could be 50p in a couple of weeks
I think the outcome here is impossible to guess.
We can dream up any amount of scenarios for how this could add serious coin, bottom line we have not got a real clue.
The only question to answer is are these guys in this for peanuts?

Thanks phil and Nextlink for the IPO link. As ever time will tell :)
Given the EU's concerns over Organised Crime and Corruption
in Countries such as Romania and Bulgaria.
Duel Listing might give such an IPO the necessary credentials.

Welcome to the HWC appreciation club Scotty :-)
This is a tough one to call. So many connections with the 3 new directors.
It's normally possible to have a pretty good guess as to the direction or plans but there are too many possibilities.

June 2014 Polish Ludwik Sobolewski, who is currently CEO of Bucharest Stock Exchange (BVB) is the new president of the board for Romanian state owned postal company Posta Romana. His mandate will be to help prepare the company for privatization.

That was almost two years ago.
However on 19th January the Roumanian Government announced a possible IPO.
On 22nd January Ludwik Sobolewski became chairman of Highway.

Could be me saying 2+2 = 5.
It is as possible as anything else.

I bought some more this morning - appreciate it still could be some time before a deal is done but with the recent news flow seems something is brewing.

No rush to add more and will gladly buy again if it drops back below 20p.

Looking at the last two buys totalling 20,000 (4 x NMS) at full offer and no tick up, I'd say the MM has another deal at approx 22p although a dummy trade shows MM will take 15,000 (3 x NMS) at full bid electronically.
There are other significant holders of HWC stock who WNTS could approach. But insiders won't be able to buy or sell if a deal is about to be struck so that eliminates quite a few of this listed on the website which is why we have days where there are plenty of buys but limited upside then a late trade showing what the MM paid for the stock they had to find.Then there are days nobody wants to sell and the MM risks going short with a few C trades. Or just turns the computer off and goes home :-)Not sure how many PF wants to keep hold of bit I'm sure like the rest of us, he's in it for the news.
phil1969 you mentioned PF regularly sells and then buys back lower.
His most recent sale was 300K.
Looking at sells at a premium in April, I reckon 85K of his are accounted for.
What i don't know, is where the remaining 215K is.
Are WNTS holding £50K approx or ??????

We're off!Let's see how long it takes before the buys stop ticking up the price. Then we will know at what level our mystery seller is happy to help out the MM.
Morning guru,Id say your theory is pretty much spot on but I wouldn't be so sure as to the sector. This shell has been dormant for a few years and a lot can happen in the two years since your conversation. Over 50% of BVB is banking/financialsOil and gas approx 23%Utilities (mainly elec) 13%Which of these sectors would benefit most having a foothold with a main listed London PLC?I personally feel it would come out of the financial sector. HWC have the ability to issue a further 50,000,000 shares without going through the ball ache and time consuming EGM etc. This would be attractive to any company looking for a dual listing and an effortless way of raising considerable funds. Just imagine one of the financials on the BVB use HWC to dual list. If they have a considerable market cap (£100m-£1bn) this would send HWC shares to an unimaginable price. Capital could then be raised by issuing tranches of the 50m shares available to them. The new directors haven't yet taken up shares so we could be in a closed period where they would be accused of insider dealing but it doesn't stop them issuing themselves options as part of the deal. Blue sky thinking but stranger things have happened. We need to see more MMs on this but I'd say they are avoiding it at the moment because it's very difficult for them to maintain a balanced book and they could easily lose money if they can't get there hands on shares at a sensible price to sell back into the market.
Phil I have a theory,why would Mac director wait so long for, 1,for Bruce to relent
Which it seems is the case by new directors and chairman. 2. Pump money in to make
Sure company stays solvent. My theory which may be wrong is this reverse takeover
Is big, bigger than any of us imagined.
There may be a clue that I had a conversation with a person who I will not name
For reasons of confidentiality, and when I asked this person which way the company
Was going the words used where not resources, mining ect but electronics,I didn't
Think much at the time,but one never knows,mind it was a couple of years ago and a lot can happen between then and now.
The big guns are now here,lets see the action.

It's really strange no rns re holdings of over 3%, and also the strange 2 x 800k
I have a feeling highway are trying to keep a lid on things, that won't happen for
Ever as we have seen with 88e and mtr recently.
At present I think there are about 20 of us who have made trades recently, so this
Gives us plenty of scope.

And there we have it again. A seller to balance the books. Shame the seller didn't play hard ball, they got 23.0833p for helping out the MM last time. I wonder if it's PF again or one of the other 3%+ crew. Either way, without news, a deal stuck to balance the books at the end of each day with a generous benefactor won't help the share price I did wonder why he lack of a tick up when the greater than NMS trades were going through. At least we know who ever it is doesn't help out every day.
Interesting observation Goldust,

This is the official and very broad explanation
A term used by the London Stock Exchange to denote that certain conditions were agreed between the two participants at the time of trading.

But if you dig deeper and it works especially well with HWC when you go back through the last couple of weeks trades, it can signify the MM has had to negotiate certain conditions regarding the delivery of the physical shares to the recipient. When Paull Felleman was selling and we had 100K and 75K blocks of shares coming to market, there were no C trades. These shares have now dried up and have been bought and are being tightly held. Now the big sells have dried up, the C trades are becoming more frequent again.
This could indicate the MM isn't in a position to deliver the shares in a typical T+3 or T+5 but the trade has still been accepted by both parties on the understanding the shares will be delivered by a certain date (or never, in the hope the buyer sells them before they have to be delivered)

At this point the MM goes cap in hand to see if any of the large holders would like to sell a few.

This is just one reason for the C trade, there are others but looking at the timely appearance of the C trade when the big sells have dried up, I would say WNTS is playing a risky game as the sole MM going short.

I'm no expert and will reiterate, this is just an opinion, but if there is a run on this stock, it could fly and then HWC could release some of the un-issued shares and put a tidy sum in the bank.
HWC have a further 50,000,000 of registered shares they can issue at any time at any price without the need for shareholder approval.
They will not dilute the 80% of shares held by directors and other significant parties at these levels. At just £1.9m mcap, there is room to go 5-10 times current value before issuing shares and the current holders not feel any pain.

Don't forget, the only funding HWC deemed necessary last week was £20K, 6 weeks worth of operation costs.
Something is coming!!!!


A perfect example of WNTS having stock is 29th March when we had the 75,000 late reported sell.
WNTS acquired stock at 23.0833p and was happy to sell from 08:05 til close at 24p+ with not a single bargain conditions apply all day.

They had stock to sell so no need to negotiate terms on delivery.

This will be a monster rise when it comes.

A lot of trades went through that day, you can't tell me non of them were recipient requested T+10 or T+20 yet not a single Bargain Conditions Apply

It might be anything non-standard about the trade. My last few HWC buys were on T+10, giving me a few days' grace to consider what to sell to fund them.
Saw this on lse.....

If you look at share trades in highway on the right hand side is a symbol, if you click on symbol it tells you what sort of trade it is. I have noticed that some trades say ordinary but others say" bargain conditions apply" . Anyone know what this means ?

Does anyone here know ?

Ramping? Moi? No, just optimistic and very pleased to be in. :D
Good for you. 1% of ISC and 5% of free float. I have 2.6% and 13% and don't need to sell for T20 or any other reason. Sitting on these until the BoD tell us what they've got planned. It's priced to disappear of main market yet they've just took on three heavy hitting directors. The only ramping is you and I Yoga :-)
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