Matomy Media Investors - MTMY

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Matomy Media Group Ltd. MTMY London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 4.50 01:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
4.50 4.50
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zen12: Its not's constantly shown incorrect, wrong and is misleading! Causing undue stress and this is obvious and clear manipulation to mislead investors..why would MMs do this here??
deltalo: There must be a big order being filled as small investors sell the share price moves up. Obviously the mm's are fishing for share's and seen it many times I've the 25 years trading. Tomorrow will be a lively day,even if there's no news as fomo kicks in ready for next week. If a deal is done then boom if not then back to my buy in price. I could sell with a 150 percent profit but why when I can get many times more I'm not here to convince anyone as its the big players controling the value now. Gla in.
wolfcub: I see we have a daily mail mention now. This will certainly be getting on a lot more investors radars now! all bodes very well for the Sp to increase back to sensible prefall levels.
babbler: It is clarified that the decision, inter alia, means that each of the holders who voted for or againstThe decision (as the case may be in the circumstances under which a commitment to indemnification will be exercised as stated above) has been committed, as follows:A. To pay its relative share in financing the activity and indemnification; AndB. Indemnify those entitled to indemnification, according to its relative share, in respect of any payment to be made to any of themOr expenses incurred by those entitled to indemnification in connection with their activity, and in respect of the subject matter ofThe decision."Proportionate share" means the proportionate part of the Debentures owned by each Holder for which he has votedIn favor of the decision or against the decision), as the case may be, in the circumstances under which a commitment to indemnification will be exercised(And / or who is obligated to participate in payment under any law) including by virtue of Subsection (c) (ii) below,Of the total par value of all debentures of the debenture holders who voted in favorThe decision or against the decision (as the case may be in the circumstances under which a commitment to indemnification will be exercised as stated above)Plus the holdings of any holder who is obligated to participate in payment under any law (including by virtue of section(C) (ii) below) It is hereby clarified that the calculation of the relative part shall be made according to the par value of the debenturesHeld by the Holders on the Record Date of the Meeting, and shall remain fixed even if after the date of the MeetingThere will be a change in the par value of the debentures held by such holders.third. The financing and indemnification undertaking as stated is subject to the following conditions:(i) Where possible, the financing and indemnity undertaking shall be financed by offsettingOf the interest and / or principal payments to be paid to all holders of the series.(ii) The undertaking to indemnify does not derogate from the obligations of institutional investors who voted againstThe aforementioned decision) and for this purpose - institutional holders as defined in the Securities Regulations(The manner of allocating securities to the public), 5767-2007), which apply to them (as applicable)According to the instructions of the Ministry of Finance, as they will be from time to time, regarding their obligation to bearIn financing the expenses of the activities of the Trustee, the Representation and the aforementioned experts.(iii) this indemnification undertaking does not derogate from the Company's obligation to indemnify the TrusteeIn accordance with the trust deed as long as such obligation exists.(iv) Expenses under this Appendix shall be expenses approved by the Representation and in the absence of representationBy the Trustee, and insofar as the expenses incurred by the Trustee are concerned, they shall be approved by meThe Trustee.(v) The indemnification in respect of a payment that will be imposed on any of the persons entitled to indemnification pursuant to the resolution shall beA payment that will be imposed according to a final judgment (for which no delay has been given) and the indemnificationWill not apply in cases where the court will determine in a final judgment that the trustee and / orThe representatives and / or the consultants acted in a manner that is not exempt from liability under law.(vi) The condition under paragraph (ii) above shall also not derogate from the duty of a holder to the extent that it applies according to a deedLoyalty and justice.(vii) Nothing in this Appendix shall derogate from the Trustee's right to appeal to all Debenture HoldersPlease bear the funding of the activity and the indemnity.
amrishbhim: I hold, this RNS wasn't highlighted that one investor wanted money 20th or close it. But I believe the company will get the money to pay off or get a court injunctions for the timing. This company is not closing I can assure you.
aba978731dom: Obviously, Tel Aviv investors knew they were closing Friday and bought all the way. Unlike the LSE, where people panic and leave. Well, they will be buying into the spike. I have deep more into my pocket today. Thanks
dark energy: Now they are investors not Gamblers
aba978731dom: Mr know all has been busy. Every other investors who invested both here and in Tel Aviv definitely do not have an idea. Well, since dark energy knows the outcome, expand your energy by telling us what will happen should they accept the offer. Your explanation about non acceptance has been well documented and accepted.
babbler: I have. I was reading last night after the rise. This could make or break an investor. Imo. If deal agreed could see 20p in a flash. If not its below 4p.
arlington chetwynd talbot: £8m EBITDA 2013 for nearly £200m MV? Crikey this doesn't half have some 'great early growth' already baked in! gl mate! Maybe a few charts and fundi's in the header bud? Israeli digital advertising group Matomy Media has raised £41m in an initial public offering in London, three months after it was forced to abandon an attempt to float due to insufficient investor demand. Matomy floated on the High Growth Segment of the London Stock Exchange – a special section with lower free-float requirements than the main market, designed to entice high-growth companies to list. It is the only company now listed on the High Growth Segment – Just Eat was the first to list on the platform but moved out of it a week after its listing. Matomy's £41m raising, based on the sale of 18m ordinary shares at 227p each, is less than the £60m that it had aimed to raise in its first London flotation attempt in March. The company has also substantially scaled back its target valuation. At the offer price, Matomy is valued at £203m, compared to a target of about £300m at the start of the year. "We were disappointed to have postponed our offer earlier in the year, but we are delighted to be announcing our offer price today with such strong investor support," said Ofer Druker, chief executive. Investors have adopted a more cautious attitude towards IPOs in recent months, forcing companies to sell shares towards the bottom end of their price ranges, and causing some to postpone their flotations – such as Liberty Living, a student accommodation fund, and Wizz Air, a Hungarian budget airline. Bankers said institutional investors had become more selective after a wave of disappointing public listings, including Saga, Card Factory, Just Eat and AO World, all of which fell below their debut prices. The shift in sentiment follows a similar turning point in the US, where investors are more discerning about companies planning to go public after a rout in share prices for biotechnology, social media and cloud computing companies. When Matomy pulled its IPO in April, it said it had not managed to attract enough investors from within the European Economic Area to comply with UK rules for a premium listing. Founded in 2007 and based in Tel Aviv, Matomy has grown rapidly in recent years and boasts more than 1,500 customers including American Express, Experian and Zynga. Matomy specialises in "performance-based advertising", meaning that the company charges a customer only if its marketing campaign achieves specific, measurable results, such as generating sales, business leads or page views. Matomy generated revenues of $194m in 2013, up from $120m in 2012 and $107m in 2011. It said adjusted earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation increased to $13.1m in 2013, from $9.1m in 2012. (FT)
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