Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Marlowe Plc LSE:MRL London Ordinary Share GB00BD8SLV43 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00 -0.35% 564.00 38,901 13:18:32
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
560.00 568.00 567.00 564.00 566.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 128.50 2.00 3.80 148.4 309
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:25:37 O 25,000 564.00 GBX

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Marlowe Daily Update: Marlowe Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MRL. The last closing price for Marlowe was 566p.
Marlowe Plc has a 4 week average price of 504p and a 12 week average price of 479p.
The 1 year high share price is 567p while the 1 year low share price is currently 318p.
There are currently 54,825,420 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 22,548 shares. The market capitalisation of Marlowe Plc is £309,215,368.80.
firtashia: Yes, FY19 rev forecasts increased to £97m & FY19 forecast PBT up to £7m. I like buying relatively illiquid stocks when the business is doing well, the share price moves like sh*t off a shovel.
nfs: It was at the bottom of their company analysis section. Comments were short but raising 10m for more deals and investors were happy to finance this,share price up 70% in recent months
gimmetheloot: Insider dealing according to Shareprophets ;-))) Disclosure: I have no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours. I wrote this article myself, and it expresses my own opinions. I am not receiving compensation for it (other than from ShareProphets). I have no business relationship with any company whose stock is mentioned in this article. I sincerely hope that the oxymorons at AIM Regulation and the chocolate teapots at the FCA look into what surely must be one of the most blatant cases of insider dealing I have ever seen. No news on the table, yet shares in AIM-listed Marlowe Holdings (MRL) are up 53% today and this evening, after-hours at 6.17pm, the company has been forced to issue the following RNS: The Board of Marlowe Holdings notes the recent rise in its share price and confirms that it is contemplating a potential acquisition which would constitute a reverse takeover under the AIM Rules. As a result, trading in the Company's shares will be suspended until such time as an admission document is published in relation to the potential acquisition or the talks otherwise conclude. The Company will update shareholders with further information in due course. There can be no certainty that these discussions will lead to any transaction completing. Surely, surely this has to be investigated. Specially for the FCA and AIM Regulation - and you, dear reader, just so you can see how blatant this is, here is a one-month candlestick chart. Note the volume. So come on, who knew? Would Nomad and Broker Cenkos care to comment? Shares have been suspended. - See more at: hxxp:// Obviously the writing was on the wall on the last RNS and shareprophets never did their research did they ;-)). It's horrible when you get paid to get it right and others do better who are not paid share prophets!!
keya5000: With Lord Ashcroft owning 53% and Dacre 23% its a foregone conclusion that the deal will likely go ahead. Don't think we are going to get stuffed on this one. Ashcroft/Dacre/Skinner have a superb record of creating value for their stakeholders and I reckon this will come very good on relist. Happy days? Looking forward to resumption of trading. ------- RNS Number : 9384D Marlowe Holdings Limited 29 October 2015 29 October 2015 Marlowe Holdings Limited (the "Company") Statement re. Price Movement The Board of Marlowe Holdings notes the recent rise in its share price and confirms that it is contemplating a potential acquisition which would constitute a reverse takeover under the AIM Rules. As a result, trading in the Company's shares will be suspended until such time as an admission document is published in relation to the potential acquisition or the talks otherwise conclude. The Company will update shareholders with further information in due course. There can be no certainty that these discussions will lead to any transaction completing. Enquires and further information Marlowe Holdings Limited Alex Dacre
centuryplayboy: What's happened to the share price?! 25% taken off....
aldasoa: Yes it is outrageous how the share options have been awarded just as the share price has been worked down to a low value.
aldasoa: I think what we need is another 1 for 7 share consolidation. That might bring the share price up to a pound.
adparker: The private placement on 15th April last year included a 4 month restriction period where the new shares could not be traded on the TSX. If the same happens again then downside pressure on the share price may not be as much as anticipated. Am tempted to buy back some of what i sold first thing.
richgit: Bolivar investor queries G'Fields bid Thu, 24 Nov 2005 Canadian company Scion Capital, as the investment adviser to two investment funds that own in the aggregate 14.46 percent of Bolivar Gold, late on Wednesday questioned the proposed acquisition by Gold Fields of Bolivar Gold at C$3.00 per share. In light of Gold Fields' ownership interest in and joint venture relationship with Bolivar Gold, Scion Capital also questioned the proposal by Bolivar Gold to seek an exemption from the legal requirement to obtain an independent valuation, an important shareholder protection mechanism. On Monday, Scion Capital sent a letter to the board and management of Bolivar Gold raising some initial issues and concerns about the proposed acquisition. Fair value? In the letter Scion Capital said that offer of C$3.00 did not represent fair value for Bolivar. "I urge you and the board of directors of Bolivar to reconsider the proposed agreement with Gold Fields in order to bring additional value to the shareholders of Bolivar, and I strongly oppose your plan to apply for an exemption from the requirement to seek an independent valuation," Scion Capital said. Gold Fields said in its statement that its consideration of C$3.00 was a premium of 40.9 percent over the volume weighted average trading price of Bolivar over the prior 30 trading days and a premium of 18.6 percent on the closing price on November 18. "That position on valuation premium is very misleading and somewhat deceptive. Shares of Bolivar have been under significant pressure since mid- September due to market perceptions of political turmoil affecting Venezuelan mining operations, and yet you know as well as I that these concerns were not valid with respect to Bolivar," Scion Capital said. Bolivar Gold's gold mining interests are based in Venezuela. Making headlines "The negative headlines coming out of Venezuela, and the statements attributed to Chavez, were of little concern to Bolivar's operations, as Bolivar was in compliance with all government rules and laws. "In particular, Bolivar's achievement of final exploitation certificates for the Choco four and ten concessions earlier this month indicates the alignment of Bolivar's operations with government policies. "Bolivar and Gold Fields are well aware that this is a company-specific development that bodes very well for Bolivar as an exceptional performer within Venezuela's mining industry," the company added. "Bolivar's share price was in excess of C$3.00 just prior to the impact of the negative Venezuelan headlines appearing in the Western press. "Assuming the markets had fairly valued Bolivar at that time - and we should note that gold prices are even higher today - the premium in Gold Fields offer disappears. "Moreover, recent exploration has yielded remarkable results, as you know, and the value of Bolivar is not captured by current income and revenue metrics. In fact, Bolivar risks allowing a large shareholder, insider, and strategic partner to take advantage of this recent market confusion by buying all of Bolivar on the cheap," Scion Capital added in its letter. "I also urge you to obtain the independent valuation of Bolivar that is generally required for these types of "insider" takeovers. It is not in the best interest of the shareholders of Bolivar for you to assist Gold Fields in an attempt to receive an exemption from the independent valuation requirement," the company said.
rcorlett2: I've had a response!! ---------- Dear Mr. Corlett; Thank you for your comments regarding Medoro Resources. I would like to assure you that management is very concerned about the share price and does not take for granted the money invested by shareholders, especially given that management has also invested in the company (at significantly higher prices). I am a little surprised by your repeated references to lack of information/updates over the past several months. In the most recent news release of January 18 related to the private placement with Gold Fields, we provided an update of other items solely because we had not had any newsworthy events in the previous few months. As indicated, Gold Fields is currently carrying out a geophysical (IP) survey which will help better identify drill targets for a subsequent drilling program at Monte Ollasteddu. As for other opportunities, we are continuing due diligence on a potentially significant acquisition elsewhere in Europe, but we do not have anything material to announce at this time. While we do share your concern over the current share price, and we agree that the market requires information to help assess alternative investments, we do not believe that constant updates with little or no new information can result in a sustainable increase in the share price. As such, I assure you that the moment we have any new information which could be considered material, we will announce it. We thank you for your interest and continued support, and hope you will be rewarded with plenty of news in the future. Robert Doyle -----Original Message----- From: Rob Corlett [mailto:withheld] Sent: February 21, 2005 3:59 PM To: info at Subject: Attn: Peter Volk Hi Peter, I am writing on behalf of several investors, including myself, from the UK. We are very disappointed at the lack of information that has come out of the company within the past several months. It has destroyed investor confidence and depressed the share price. We accept that it is not your responsibilty to maintain an accurate share price. However, the lack of information concerning Medoro's current activites means that it is almost impossible for any investor or analyst to work out the true value of the company. Please remember, some of us have committed large sums of cash, and expect to be updated on the current progress of Medoro in a fair timescale. For example, are you currently looking for new projects? or are you concentrating on the split interest drilling at Monte Ollasteddu prospect? We don't wish to seem negative towards the management and I apologise for the tone of this email. It is just that investor sentiment from the lack of updates has demoralised any previous interest in Medoro, and we are getting somewhat desperate!! I look forward to hearing from you. Kind Regards Rob Corlett
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