Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Media Square LSE:MSQ London Ordinary Share GB00B3BPTV88 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.80 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 45.4 -0.4 -8.4 - 0

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/6/2008
08:42
And the buying continues.
dalcon01
12/6/2008
14:29
Nobody eh !!! LOL
knowing
10/6/2008
06:55
mm's feeling generous ! Opening unchanged but nobody will be buying these on those numbers ! Get out while you can.
8trader
09/6/2008
21:00
Well here is hoping.Only have a small position but if they are good then will be adding more first thing.
knowing
09/6/2008
15:15
results tomorrow. first time in years they havn't leaked a few days before, so somethings are getting better I guess.
markie7
09/6/2008
12:52
LOL bid 5.65 offer 5.6
knowing
05/6/2008
14:27
LOL alright for some.
knowing
05/6/2008
13:50
Article from Management Today, 1 June 2008. Share price is on the floor and Parry's regailing us with tales of his 'pie of the day' on behalf of one his (many) other non-Media Square interests. Table Talk: Where Roger Parry eats.. Roger Parry is chairman of Media Square. I usually discuss pressing issues at breakfast, and save lunch for more relaxed 'state of the nation' stuff. I'm chairman of Shakespeare's Globe Trust, the body that funds London's Globe theatre, and the Swan at the Globe has just the hospitable atmosphere for that kind of long, laidback chat. The restaurant was refurbished last year. The two guys who now run it want to make it a destination. But it's not kitsch tourist catering, and there's not a whiff of 'Merrie Old England' and no Olde English menus. With big picture windows on three sides, you get a view of St Paul's Cathedral, the Houses of Parliament or Canary Wharf. It's on the South Bank, so people in the City sometimes think it's a difficult place to get to. Over the coming months they may have more spare time on their hands. As well as the more adventurous City types, diners are mainly visitors to the theatre and people working in Southwark. And the actors from the Globe tend to go there more now, too. The food is modern British, and their particular shtick is sourcing local ingredients. I normally go for the scallops for starters, and the fish or pie of the day. They make shepherd's pie with duck, which has gone down well. They also do good soups, an undervalued part of the menu these days. My only criticism is that it would be good to have a bigger wine selection and white tablecloths. The Swan may not be right for 'closing' meals, but it's perfect for chewing the fat. THE SWAN AT THE GLOBE Shakespeare's Globe, New Globe Walk, London SE1, 020 7928 9444, www.swanattheglobe.co.uk Average price: pounds 30 per head, without wine Favourite dishes: Soup pounds 6.50 Scallops, braised lentils (starter) pounds 8.50 Pie of the day pounds 12.00
rolandspike
05/6/2008
13:23
5.5 to buy at present.
knowing
04/6/2008
16:53
http://www.mediasquare.co.uk/articles.php?page_id=81&article_id=80 free stock charts from www.advfn.com Share price about 15p at that time
knowing
04/6/2008
05:42
knowing me knowing you, aah haaaaaa, lol
ivor whopper
03/6/2008
22:18
News items http://www.mediasquare.co.uk/articles.php?page_id=81&article_id=131 http://www.mediasquare.co.uk/articles.php?page_id=81&article_id=130 http://www.mediasquare.co.uk/articles.php?page_id=81&article_id=128 http://www.mediasquare.co.uk/articles.php?page_id=81&article_id=127
knowing
02/6/2008
22:51
So there is an overhang but when that clears what price the SP? Is it worth a flutter at these levels or not? Good news certainly wil see this far higher than todays current share price
knowing
19/5/2008
13:16
Suprised that 400K didn't push the price back up.
knowing
19/5/2008
08:46
The fact is I took a spreadbet when the large trade went through before any RNS were released, it was speculation at that time. It didn't work out. 8trader you have no evidence of a large overhang you are merely guessing, based I believe on 1 retail brokers online offers! For all you know one or more of market makers could be short stock.
techmark
19/5/2008
08:03
Right about getting everything wrong :-)) markie made the correct call here. I got slated for stating there's a overhang and the rest have already dumped their shares.
8trader
19/5/2008
07:59
and the price heads lower, looks like Markie7/techmark were right imo....?
qs9
19/5/2008
07:58
Everybody on here has sold as quickly as they bought in.
8trader
19/5/2008
07:49
Not expecting a bid from PAC now as I'm not sure they have the finances. It looks to me like they took a poorly timed short term punt and have now turned it into a long term investment!
techmark
16/5/2008
12:52
to get over 15%? not that obvious I agree
markie7
16/5/2008
11:33
Why buy more shares then if they was just doing that?
techmark
16/5/2008
11:26
because they want to get their stake out in the open. clearly, mfglobal couldn't sell down a 16% stake - it would have driven the price down to nearly zero. therefore, the marginal call is to pay up for the shares (they will have paid for most of them already due to increasing margin calls over time) - and see what they can make of it. we'll see, I don't really care one way or the other - not a holder, and am not short. will be interesting though.
markie7
16/5/2008
10:51
Markie, Ask yourself why they now want the shares instead of CFD's and 48 million of them too more than the CFD position.
techmark
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