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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Instem Plc LSE:INS London Ordinary Share GB00B3TQCK30 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 680.00 670.00 690.00 680.00 680.00 680.00 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 25.7 -0.9 -5.7 - 142

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/6/2007
10:01
Currently trading above the cash offer! could be there is a possibility of a better offer?
mangal
19/6/2007
09:29
Sheenega,is this bullying us into accepting?
helpaargh
12/6/2007
11:15
Looks to me like management had been keen on the sale to bab, glad I sold as soon as the offer was made, can not see anything positive about this situation.......
sheeneqa
11/6/2007
16:48
Everything has gone even quieter! Anyone know what is happening?
droong
30/5/2007
09:51
Everything has gone very quiet; anyone know what is happening?
droong
16/5/2007
15:24
Huttonr - take a look at point (8) of the RNS and it specifies: Notified Details: Purchase of shares Number of voting Rights (viii): 16.69%
slj
16/5/2007
12:59
robson - Goldmans appear to have sold and are now below 10%
huttonr
16/5/2007
09:19
Goldmans above 10%
robson1974
23/4/2007
11:45
Good reason to buy bab, shrewd operators ;-)
sheeneqa
16/4/2007
23:40
Washington Int US groups pull out of Sellafield bid - report Date : 15/04/2007 @ 18:17 Source : AFX Washington Int US groups pull out of Sellafield bid - report LONDON (Thomson Financial) - Two of the leading candidates vying to take over the 15 bln stg-plus contract to manage and clean up Sellafield, the UK's biggest nuclear reprocessing plant, have pulled out less than two weeks after making it onto the shortlist, the Sunday Telegraph reported. The report said that US companies Energy Solutions and Jacobs Engineering are cited as telling the paper that they wished to focus instead on the upcoming sale of the Magnox reactor units of British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) and other contract competitions, including the bid to manage the Drigg low-level nuclear dump. Four teams are now left in the race, two with a British interest: a consortium made up of Serco, the British support services group, with Bechtel, the US contractor, and BWXT Nuclear Services UK; Britain's Amec, in partnership with Washington Group International and Areva, the French decommissioning specialist; a consortium of Fluor and Toshiba; and CH2M Hill of the US. rhys.jones@thomson.com
din007
16/4/2007
23:40
Washington Int US groups pull out of Sellafield bid - report Date : 15/04/2007 @ 18:17 Source : AFX Washington Int US groups pull out of Sellafield bid - report LONDON (Thomson Financial) - Two of the leading candidates vying to take over the 15 bln stg-plus contract to manage and clean up Sellafield, the UK's biggest nuclear reprocessing plant, have pulled out less than two weeks after making it onto the shortlist, the Sunday Telegraph reported. The report said that US companies Energy Solutions and Jacobs Engineering are cited as telling the paper that they wished to focus instead on the upcoming sale of the Magnox reactor units of British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL) and other contract competitions, including the bid to manage the Drigg low-level nuclear dump. Four teams are now left in the race, two with a British interest: a consortium made up of Serco, the British support services group, with Bechtel, the US contractor, and BWXT Nuclear Services UK; Britain's Amec, in partnership with Washington Group International and Areva, the French decommissioning specialist; a consortium of Fluor and Toshiba; and CH2M Hill of the US. rhys.jones@thomson.com
din007
06/4/2007
12:33
Found the RNS - thank you - quite clear. It may or not be considered fair value by the PI but if no other bidder comes along to up the ante, then we may as well take the cash and move on. I can think of several other worthy investments that I could make with the money.
joestalin
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