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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Manx Financial LSE:MFX London Ordinary Share IM00B28ZPX83 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 8.35p 8.20p 8.50p 8.35p 8.35p 8.35p 10,000 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 2.7 2.3 3.7 10.95

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27/12/2018
13:02
I fear that unless you have as much as Jim you would very much be a second rate holder. Remember the Doctor is a pal of Jims. I am guessing the biggest hurdle is the strike price. Tiger
castleford tiger
27/12/2018
12:00
It's difficult to know why a buyers not been found. Some kind of update might attract smaller buyers but a new director shareholder looks the best option. Maybe you Tiger.
gears
27/12/2018
07:08
Another record year for MANX about to close. Just need the directors to sort this mess with AB and the share price will respond. I think the MM have got wind him wanting out. Why would another investor pay a much higher price than current market price? I would be buying a million or two in the market Tiger
castleford tiger
27/12/2018
07:08
Another record year for MANX about to close. Just need the directors to sort this mess with AB and the share price will respond. I think the MM have got wind him wanting out. Why would another investor pay a much higher price than current market price? I would be buying a million or two in the market Tiger
castleford tiger
21/12/2018
08:07
I also topped up recently. I've held this stock for while now and can never understand why we get such sharp drops in share price when the banks financials keep improving YOY. Anyway I always top slice once the share price peaks again.
mridyard
20/12/2018
20:19
Shareholder value at twice the market cap in real assets Price is crazy but clearly the AB issue causing the fall. Brave investors stand to double or treble the value very quickly I am in for more tomorrow Tiger
castleford tiger
20/12/2018
20:13
I bet AB won’t sell his stake at this price. It’s crazy but no I don’t think it will de list I expect dividends to start soon Tiger
castleford tiger
20/12/2018
13:17
Any AIM stock can delist if they Meet the criteria.
gears
20/12/2018
12:33
Well its' falling again. Right I'm prepared to add at this level, because it's cheap, based on earnings but is there any risk that this gets taken private (delisted) eventually and then minority shareholders left with a pittance of a compulsory purchase. It happened to me before many years ago with an offshore registered company. They were called Jetcam Int'l, if i remember correctly. I wish I had something more optimistic to say but I've seen lots of companies delist and the excuse tends to be the market undervalues it and that there is hardly any interest and very few shares traded etc.
nick rubens
12/12/2018
19:33
And still we drift south Tiger
castleford tiger
06/12/2018
16:43
Lets start by the house broker doing a book building and getting some shares of his sold. He will fail fit and proper and tbh its not good wehen he says "i own a bank in the IOM " Which he does i have seen it. tiger
castleford tiger
06/12/2018
13:13
Definitely not suggesting anything came from the bank. I think the recent drop in value here (despite being very low volume) is likely because of the whole affair and the subsequent RNS of AB possibly selling his stake. It doesn't look much better for the wider market either, anyway. It's all very frustrating.
nick rubens
06/12/2018
11:40
Pretty sure its not come from the bank. They ( Jim) are pretty straight guys. The sooner we can get the shares AB has placed the better. 5% is about 400k at todays price which is half what it should be once this mess is sorted. A dividend would help and we must be pretty close to getting one tiger
castleford tiger
06/12/2018
11:05
Newsnight last night, investigating the brexit leave funding controversy. They got nowhere and it didn't look good, but something fishy about it all. Not sure how or if this might reflect on MFX but I didn't like what I saw.
nick rubens
30/11/2018
17:18
Indeed. Maybe a letter of concern to a non exc? Poor form and I am also close to being underwater again!! A
castleford tiger
29/11/2018
09:22
Good to hear that, thanks CT. My only conern is that after 8 years I'm now under water agian here following the share price drop this last 6 months. I'm not selling but the continued upwards performance by MFX does not translate into share price for the shareholders. I can't help but think JM & AB are happy with this and have their own agenda which could thwart any real gains we may expect. No real oversight from non-executives and its become a folly/piggybank for them.
mikeep
28/11/2018
18:12
The bank is very busy expect a record year tiger
castleford tiger
27/11/2018
11:34
Another thought is Brexit. The regular large lenders (banks) shares have been going down. MFX are in the same line of business and what would be the effect of rising interest rates on bank profitability? Are rate rises good or bad for profitability? Can they increase their margins with rate rises?
nick rubens
27/11/2018
10:04
A strange reality about shares is that they are only worth what someone will pay to buy from a market maker on a particular trading day. Sometimes junk companies and even frauds are valued highly simply on hope of spectacular things to come and sometimes companies with strong earnings not wanted (usually the market foreseeing earnings falls ahead). MFX are very profitable at the moment and as long as that doesn't suffer than either a sustainable and growing dividend payment will bring back interest or a takeover from a bigger financial organization as a bolt on acquisition with a view to getting rid of duplicate directors and their associated costs.other cost saving synergies. Just rumours of either would help, though the expectation not playing out would bring the share price back down again. What else is there to get a return from listed companies?
nick rubens
26/11/2018
21:19
Mr Mellon Please tell me how you are creating wealth for shareholders Our pe is now 5
castleford tiger
21/11/2018
08:06
Kuntsford TesticleLess is getting angry, feking pensioners are always angry. Your life is all but over codger. lmfao
joe king1
20/11/2018
10:54
Inset day ? Tiger
castleford tiger
19/11/2018
22:31
Kuntsford Testicle is getting angry, feking pensioners are always angry. Your life is all but over codger. lmfao
joe king1
19/11/2018
11:53
Looks like he wants to sell his stake. Not sure what to make of it. Will be interesting to see that if successfully sold, for how much and to whom? Nick the above could be fake news. He may not be controlling this situation. agree a change would be good tiger
castleford tiger
13/11/2018
14:18
Ok just seen this dated 5th November. hxxps://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/arron-banks-wants-to-sell-4m-stake-in-firm-5mtx6j8g5 Looks like he wants to sell his stake. Not sure what to make of it. Will be interesting to see that if successfully sold, for how much and to whom? I would like an investor that might be able to influence/push MFX forward a bit more dramatically. Having said that, how do you sell such a huge stake when this stock hardly trades at all most days.
nick rubens
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