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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% 2.745p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 201.6 -95.0 -74.6 - 2.91

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/11/2018
18:49
Deferred pensioners also contributing.
nicholasblake
19/11/2018
15:42
Over £ 200m in debt is a bit of a giveaway and most it's revenue was from advertising so now the likes of Facebook, Twitter have dwindled that line if revenue. Shame as it's been going for over 100 years. The bods and staff all keep there jobs there just writing off its debt and pension commitments and Who pays for it now, yes you share holder's. 0 left in return.
deltalo
19/11/2018
15:41
Forget class action. Pension Protection Fund had to buy in to rescue and refused, saying it breached its 'principles'. Write to Frank Fields and ask him to call PPF CEO to appear before the committee.
nicholasblake
19/11/2018
12:57
To all shareholder in Johnston Press Plc @Johnston_Press Custos will today form a JP Shareholders’ and Pensioners Action Group. To become a member send an email to classaction@custosgroup.com
ep0ch
19/11/2018
11:45
Investors left with nothing - this was a £100m+ company just three years ago. All investors can do now, is make sure they're not in companies which pose a similar threat. hxxps://www.investorschampion.com/channel/blog/johnston-press-warning
investorschampion
19/11/2018
07:03
For me ... the big Givaway was when 'Cashley' left....He'd rinsed the company for years....Him leaving was a sign there was nothing left to milk.
baticle
18/11/2018
20:57
So all holders of shares have nothing now
janekane
18/11/2018
11:14
Id love to see your charts Bitcoin. Feel free to post before events! ;)
theaviator
18/11/2018
00:03
TBH it's parasites like letmepass and bitcoin aka bad robot and his 200 alias's that should be struck off from this site. Both of them posting 20p soon etc etc posts knowing this was bust. There's some real scum operating on the internet thesedays
dave4545
17/11/2018
15:57
"The interesting question is whether or not the Viking scuppered a debt for equity swap." Imho a debt for equity swap would have only given existing shareholders about 1.5% of the company in any case. Presumably though the bond holders would have had to agree to it, as it stands they instead get 100% of the equity and offload the pension deficit (personally I'm unhappy that they are allowed to do that bit). I believe that the viking said he would sue in the event the company entered administration. I doubt he will - there was no other viable option - his claim that he could refinance the bonds at a lower rate appears to have been just bluster. If there was any truth to it, then he should have been hoovering up the bonds at less than 70p in the pound. He strikes me as someone I would be prepared to bet against in the future!
kazoom
17/11/2018
15:24
Always someone elses fault isnt it. To be fair to Sigora - case was stated v clearly. As for the chart - was clipped but close above never happened. Ce'st la vie. Sometimes things go bump in the night. Thats shares for ya!
theaviator
17/11/2018
14:52
sigora, sometimes it's better to remain quiet than to speak and, confirm to the world that you truly are the foul character that one suspected. Oh look, there's the 'ignore' button, off to the sewer with you!
lefrene
17/11/2018
13:25
The interesting question is whether or not the Viking scuppered a debt for equity swap. Also, are the big bond holders going to dud their brethren by buying businesses out cheap and gaining more than they lose on the bonds.
nicholasblake
17/11/2018
09:56
Should you feel that there was any underhand dealings in wiping out ordinary shareholders, form a shareholder group. Yell wiped it's shareholders out in favour of the lenders, but the HSG is fighting for our rights. GLA.
wynterwilde
17/11/2018
09:14
Most predictable outcome on the markets. Some of the pump and dumpers posts last month were a disgrace. Pushing a certain bust company onto others is shameless to say the least.
dave4545
17/11/2018
08:01
But shares in the company, which had rallied earlier this week at the prospect of a deal for the i, are now worthless and will no longer trade on the London Stock Exchange from Monday. From htfp Yes game over - Bondholders triumph as expected but certainly did not want that. Long term holders - Eddy and Dazza et hope you got out with something? Pension to PPF - fortunately don’t hold shares and havent held for a long time now.
mattab
17/11/2018
00:22
I hope none were led into this trap by the likes of sigora! If you contact him I'm sure he and theaviator will reimburse you for your losses incurred by their encouragement.
lefrene
16/11/2018
22:20
There are a few others in the same position as this - Well almost -
tomboyb
16/11/2018
22:18
GAME OVER -
tomboyb
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