Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Johnston Press LSE:JPR London Ordinary Share GB00BRK8Y334 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% 13.50p 13.00p 14.00p - - - 7,501 10:43:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 222.7 -300.3 -234.5 - 14.29

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18/9/2017
13:36
We really need an IRish guy to take a wad of shares too. Then we'll have An Englishman, a "Scotsman", an Irishman and a Norwegian own a newspaper.....
netcurtains
18/9/2017
13:31
Moving up on every trade now on minimal volume. This will fly soon....
ianio5691
18/9/2017
13:14
ability.He may have the same intention as the Norwegian with digital inroads. That said it's not over till the fat lady sings. Fat finger caused the break not me.
dazzaa
18/9/2017
13:09
I thought JPR was (in) in talks with DMGT what about I've no idea but I could guess that AH reckons he stands a chance of buying the Metro he has the money up to a limit, he has the-printing
dazzaa
18/9/2017
11:54
Could see this re rate quickly on next disclosure of positions
imjustdandy
18/9/2017
10:19
level2 12.75 bid - 14 offer. think we could be on the move...
ianio5691
18/9/2017
10:06
Clearly there is consolidation actively afoot all across this sector, i would suggest JPR are in no position to be the aggressor and more likely the company being divulged. Obviously difficulties exist with regards the pensions deficit and the outstanding bonds, however the company equity is valued as if the company is no longer a going concern at just 16 million. Even if no consolidation occurred at JPR and a debt for equity solution was to be the end game here i would argue that that existing equity holders share of the business on a post D4E debt free basis profit making jpr would be more worth more than 16 million. With the the two new proactive holders recently taking stakes it would appear they share the same opinion, and offer small holders a added layer of protection!!
evil_doctor_facilier
17/9/2017
20:58
Certainly interesting times now consolidation is hitting us from all sides.It does take time for moves decided say 3 months ago by a predator to show market reaction or not, so really early days, (look at CA) As to who is selling shares to whom, our objective is to see sustainable market movement, the circulating doves can only be a good sign.
dazzaa
17/9/2017
07:57
Yes this just confirms everything.JPR is in play now and we could see several bids emerging. We could quite easily see 50p in double quick time
imjustdandy
17/9/2017
06:55
Might not be many publishers left in the UK in a few months, quite a few purchases in progress and others being pushed that way. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/09/16/evgeny-lebedev-among-newspaper-barons-battle-buy-metro/
brink1
16/9/2017
18:58
Question is - Custos buying from CA? What do you think Dazza. Has to be Institionsl trades to hold the price and at the volume Custos requires IMO. If he is taking the lead - sense JPR board more responsive to him.
mattab
16/9/2017
13:43
Another £20,000 purchase printed after the close last night again.This guy will hit 15% in double quick time.
imjustdandy
15/9/2017
16:55
Need to get the refi done asap before interest rates rise. Also rate rises could help the pension position.
thevaluehunter
15/9/2017
08:20
The losses last year were mainly due to exceptional write offs. If they can get the debt repayments to manageable levels with an attractive interest rate, and convert some of the bonds to equity, it will be transformational. I realise it would mean some dilution, but if the result could mean profits and reinstatement of dividends
ianio5691
14/9/2017
23:18
That, in my book is wrong nor factual or that it's taken to prayer to help it refinance.To buy the shares he aims to swim at the deep end and given his experience he'll not be drowning I will follow him for sure, we have not a lot of options
dazzaa
14/9/2017
21:37
I have no position here - the debt issues made it uninvestable for me but I thought TNI might pick over the bones. I'm puzzled by the Norwegian who apparently is going to convert the debt from a cost of 8.6% to only 3%. If that is really a rational transaction then why are the bonds currently trading where they are? Surely if these creditors are going to come in and offer rates that low they will be looking for "convertible options" or some such? Or maybe they just think that a 3% ROCE is acceptable for a business that is on its knees and may never repay the loan? None of this makes any sense at all to me. I think anyone invested in this needs to be very careful about any apparently attractive deals that come up.
kazoom
14/9/2017
21:09
It seems there are two perspectives, which is the more likely to succeed ?CA is the slow burner who will be there to make a dollar which ever way the wind blows but is more conservative in its dealings.The other is offering manna almost too good to be true but believable, so We wait until his stake reaches at least 20% Sure better a stakeholder than a bond holderI'm probably wrong but CA has perhaps given up on trying to work their usual magic here and fallen under AH's spell. Oh eddie where are you?
dazzaa
14/9/2017
12:06
If Ager Hanssen have acquired 8.6% recently, that equates to over 200m shares. Be interesting to know where they have got those from, as I can't see it being through the normal channels. I would imagine they are still adding though, so price may well be getting held whilst order filled. All positive though...
ianio5691
14/9/2017
11:58
I think our stake builder has a large order in hence price being held until he's filled.
imjustdandy
14/9/2017
11:50
Difficult to know. Surprised that price has not moved up, given the buying. Can't see CA selling at this juncture though, it's not in their MO until mission accomplished. In CA's latest monthly NAV report dated 8th Sept they still claim to have a 21.2% holding http://crystalamber.com/_library/_downloads/MonthlyNAV-31August2017-Draftv2.pdf
ianio5691
14/9/2017
11:37
Can you explain the large repeat 12.5 trades then? That did not move the share price As I remember before CA rumour share price was at 8 7.9 lowest ever. and moved quickly to 15 top of risers board so some profit perhaps?
mattab
14/9/2017
11:29
CA were adding between 12 and14 last year, so can't see them selling at a loss, especially if someone wild Ager-Hanssens connections is taking an interest
ianio5691
14/9/2017
11:26
Dazza Thought that Costas and CA - do you think CA are reducing at around 12.5 of the past few days? Suspect they may be plenty of shares swilling about at that level and it ain't PIs IMO
mattab
14/9/2017
11:14
Market cap is c20m and bonds 200m. Some conversion and refinancing could see market cap 120m and c100m of bonds after refinancing at lower interest rate and debt for equity swap. The markets values the business at 20m with 200m of debt so my simple formula is to know off 100m of debt and revalue accordingly. Yes there will be a few more shares in issue but there will be 10m of extra cash annually by eliminated half of the bonds.Dandy
imjustdandy
14/9/2017
11:06
The bonds were trading at a huge discount face value last year. Different investors have different strategies, if they can buy them at a discount, and then reset them for another 5 or 10 years with a decent interest rate, then it could be a good , safe investment. In that scenario, it's in their interest that the business remains stable and sustainable. These are priced where they are due to the burden of the bond deadline. If these are resolved, it removes a massive weight on the Company.
ianio5691
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