Media Square Dividends - MSQ

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Media Square MSQ London Ordinary Share GB00B3BPTV88 ORD 10P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 0.80 01:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
0.80 0.80
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Media Square MSQ Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
15/11/2006InterimGBP0.1203/03/200631/08/200624/01/200726/01/200716/03/20070
19/07/2006FinalGBP0.1328/02/200528/02/200627/09/200629/09/200627/10/20060.25
23/06/2005InterimGBP0.1230/04/200430/04/200506/07/200508/07/200504/08/20050

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DateSubject
30/4/2011
10:08
equitydealer007: There is a predator sniffing here and not one that i think will be good for the share price.......we shall see in the coming weeks how it pans out! but the debt situation here of 20million is not going to go away unless someone comes in here, thus i expect msq to probs get broken up further so as to reduce their debt! whom is in the market now for acquisitions??? they are listed on the AIM!! dyor...gla
23/2/2011
10:50
julcester: In the meantime, I guess MSQ will be getting rental payments from whittle (if they are staying in the building).
22/2/2011
22:26
metaphysicalman: The property part is the true good news - even if Whittle don't exercise the option, MSQ should be able to sell the property to another party, and there's no reason why this should be for a materially different figure... so this means a total of £4m off the debt by, say, a year's time. Still a long way to go, but a reason for optimism.
24/8/2009
11:10
rolandspike: Good news, I think: AGM Motion Withdrawn The AGM of Media Square plc ("MSQ") is being held at 12 noon on Wednesday August 26th in London. The Notice of Meeting was sent to shareholders on July 29th. The Board of Media Square plc has received notification that Prime Active Capital plc ("PAC"), which is a shareholder in MSQ, has withdrawn Resolution 8 which it had asked to be inserted into the AGM agenda. Resolution 8 sought to have Mr Peter Lynch, the Chairman of PAC, appointed as a Director of MSQ. The Board unanimously recommended to shareholders to vote against this resolution as explained in the Notice of Meeting. The Board of MSQ has issued the following comment: "We are delighted that Prime Active Capital has withdrawn its unwelcome and unhelpful demand to appoint Peter Lynch as a Director of MSQ. We are in the final stages of a major turnaround of the business and will continue to work on behalf of all shareholders to improve the operating performance and value of their Company."
09/6/2009
20:19
rolandspike: SP still a long way to go. Will MSQ be worried by this latest news from Mr Middleton? Probably not? Photo duo click together Manchester Evening News THE ex-boss of listed marketing services business Media Square has teamed up with a former colleague to launch a photographic production business in Cheshire. Jeremy Middleton, 48, who stepped down as Media Square's chief executive in June 2007, has set up Hangar Seven with Nick Aldrich. The duo first worked together at Equanim Group, based in Buxton, which was acquired by Media Square in 2002. The group included APR Photography. They recently established an advertising agency in Chesterfield and have now ploughed in £250,000 to get Hangar Seven off the ground. The fledgling business, based on the Lyme Green Business Park, employs 19 full-time staff, including photographers, set builders and stylists, and more on a freelance basis. It is on course for revenues of £1m in its first 12 months. Mr Middleton, who said Hangar Seven would be profitable in its first year, hopes to grow the business into a £5m-turnover enterprise within three years. It has secured a fresh five- figure funding boost from Lombard, the asset finance arm of the Royal Bank of Scotland, to buy studio equipment including laptops, lighting and computers. Hangar Seven provides photography, design and artwork services for catalogues produced by retailers including B&Q, other DIY chains and supermarkets. Mr Middleton, who lives in Buxton, said today: "In some respects Hangar Seven represents a return to our roots, given our previous history in the photography production business. "We believe there is a demand for a niche provider like Hangar Seven and are confident existing and potential clients will be impressed with the service that we offer." Lombard's Andrew Bailey and Jo Jones, from the RBS, provided funding to the duo.
02/6/2009
10:42
fillipe: Excellent progress over the past 1-2yrs. Now's the time to buy in to a sound recovery situation, where the combined benefits of the improved company set-up and the late business cycle business opportunities will combine to show some startling good figures in the next 6-18mths. One thing's for sure, MSQ won't be as cheap as this again. Yes, I am a holder, who's been waiting for this turn upwards. f
28/4/2009
20:02
fillipe: And another 1m shares bought by Mr Gill, now making 5.19m...>16%. Someone must be happy with how they see msq! Roland - Here'a bit in today's D.Tel,courtsey of Digital Look, which includes a bit on Mr Gill. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/mediatechnologyandtelecoms/5232317/Takeover-Panel-investigating-Media-Square-stake-building.html
30/1/2009
11:53
dalcon01: Asset Disposal TIDMMSQ TIDMIQH RNS Number : 5392M Media Square PLC 30 January 2009 ? Date: 30 January 2009 On behalf of: Media Square plc ("Media Square" or "the Group") Media Square plc Asset Disposal Media Square plc (the "Group") (AIM: MSQ), the international marketing communications group, announces, further to its announcement of 10 December 2008, that the sale of certain assets to IQ Holdings plc ("IQ") has now completed following the completion of all outstanding conditions and the admission of the new IQ shares to trading on AIM. Pursuant to a variation agreement to the Sale and Purchase Agreement, detailing the final consideration for the transaction, on completion the Group has received GBP600,000 of cash consideration together with GBP300,000 of consideration satisfied by issue of 300,000,000 new shares in IQ. Additional deferred consideration of up to GBP600,000 in cash is receivable by the Group over the period of three years following completion of the Transaction. The cash portion of the consideration will be applied to reduce the Group's debt. The equity consideration received will be subject to a 12 month lock-in arrangement and will be subject to standard orderly market provisions for a further 12 month period thereafter.
14/11/2008
10:35
dalcon01: Anyone else still here? LOL http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&cb=1226658867&article=29312681&symbol=L^MSQ
04/11/2008
07:12
dalcon01: ......the Board is cautiously optimistic about future prospects. http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&cb=1225782175&article=29107008&symbol=L^MSQ
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