Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mereo Biopharma LSE:MPH London Ordinary Share GB00BZ4G2K23 ORD GBP0.003
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 180.00p 170.00p 190.00p 180.00p 180.00p 180.00p 1,538 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 0.0 -47.0 -56.0 - 128.08

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03/11/2008
08:54
going bust, I think not Start News About Atlas Design Group Business Areas Markets Contact Customer area Latest published Atlas Design to be Europe's leading fashion house Atlas Design to be Europe's leading fashion house in accessories 'hip and up' Atlas Design AB and the Sixth Swedish National Pension Fund have entered into a long-term partnership in which the Sixth Swedish National Pension Fund will acquire a 24.5 percent holding in the family-owned Atlas Design via a new issue of shares. This is intended to lead to Atlas Design becoming Europe's leading fashion house in accessories 'hip and up'. The goal is a turnover of SEK 1.5 billion within five years. Atlas Design is currently one of Sweden's leading brands in accessories, neck ties and shirts for men and women. The company aims to continue to expand in the European market. This expansion will be brought about through both organic growth and acquisitions. "In our estimation, Atlas Design has excellent prospects for taking market share both in Sweden and abroad. The company is well-run, the brand Atlas Design is strong and manufacturing under license well established and the company has a solid reputation," says Mats Augurell, responsible for AP Partner Investments, Sixth Swedish National Pension Fund. Its vision is to become Europe's strongest fashion house for accessories 'hip and up' – for men and women. The focus will be on four divisions: Atlas Design's own brands (Atlas Design and Guthrie & Valentine), brands under license (Joop!, Bugatti and Tiger of Sweden), private labels and a verticalization aimed at strengthening the company's own brands. "Through our broad range of experience and our strong brands, we aim to increase and take market share in all four of these divisions, both in Sweden and on the international market," says Allan Ladow, Atlas Design's CEO and partner. Atlas Design was founded in 1943 by the Ladow family. Its head office in Gothenburg employs 60 people and the company has affiliates in Denmark, the UK, Norway, Germany and Italy. "The journey we have now embarked upon is really very exciting and the biggest single investment in the company's 65 year history. In the Sixth Swedish National Pension Fund, we have acquired a committed partner and the structural and financial muscle that we need for this expansion," says Allan Ladow. For more information, please contact: Allan Ladow, CEO, Atlas Design AB, tel. +46 (0)31-720 96 06 or +46 (0)733-62 96 06, www.atlasdesign.net Mats Augurell, Business Area Manager, AP Partner Investments, Sixth Swedish National Pension Fund, tel +46 (0)31-741 10 00 www.apfond6.se Images for free publication: Helene Elwing, tel +46 (0)733-62 96 34, helene.elwing@atlasdesign.se Atlas Design AB, Banehagsliden 2, Box 12124, 402 42 Göteborg, Tel +46 (0)31 720 96 00, Fax +46 (0)31 720 96 02 E-mail: office@atlasdesign.se
eagle eye3
01/11/2008
12:05
I must admit that I think that the DKNY deal will be the saving of MPH, DKNY are massive and I should think they would not like the new menswear lines to fail especially after sinking their goodwill into MPH, there could be tens of million of pounds of orders for their own retail outlets, never mind the rest of the world. There is a risk, but the upside could be huge.
dan de lion
31/10/2008
17:25
seems people are forgetting someone put in 2.5 million pounds and directors bought a new deal with DKNY they should know more than us. I will take a chunk after elections in US.
eagle eye3
31/10/2008
15:55
Just passing by.......this looks like a company on the way out. Glad i got out years ago..
spec7
30/10/2008
15:15
Nice movement UP for the last 5 days, maybe just up with the market. Link to trades at ..... plus market it looks like at - plus market all were buyers for the last 3 days and every day paying a highe price Trade Date Time Price Volume Type Consid. 30/10/2008 12:45:13 5.75 34,000 O 1,955.00 29/10/2008 13:58:21 4.90 2,000 O 98.00 28/10/2008 16:29:00 5.00 40,000 O 2,000.00 28/10/2008 11:29:54 4.50 10,000 O 450.00 28/10/2008 11:29:52 4.00 10,000 O 400.00
master rsi
30/10/2008
15:05
as I said before it looks unlikely to go bust now but we will all know in a few months do I double up now or later???????? who knows
eagle eye3
30/10/2008
11:48
Hardman forecast breakeven for this year in their October survey, out today, plus a large increase next year as the DKNY deal really starts moving. http://www.hardmanandco.com/Research/monthly/Hardmanandco_Monthly_OCT_2008.pdf
dan de lion
29/10/2008
18:57
Hi Picked up some more today. Don`t know if this is bottom but sure are cheap. Regards
phuckerty
26/10/2008
20:23
as if he knows?
taffee
26/10/2008
20:12
Read this from cnbc.com Next week is expected to mark the beginning of the US economy's entry into a recession and the end of the Federal Reserve's conventional monetary policy to remedy the situation On Wednesday, the Fed's FOMC is widely expected to cut the key federal funds rate another half point, to one percent, in what what many assume will be the end of its aggressive easing campaign. Then on Thursday, GDP data for the third quarter is expected to show the US economy contracted for the first time in seven years, ending months of speculation that the economy had managed to skirt recession, despite a one-of-kind credit crunch. Right now, despite an extraordinary confluence of events, the consensus thinking is that these two events have already been factored into the markets. But there's reason to second-guess that thinking, because the implications are unusually big. "It's a lot on the plate," says Robert Brusca, chief economist at Fact & Opinion Economics, who warns the Fed doesn't want to cut rates "so low, you kind of spook people." Brusca also says that the powerful negative reaction to weaker-than-expected British GDP data Friday "suggests these economies are weakening faster than people thought." Investors who have been watching the market probably noticed the wild fluctuations we've seen recently in the final hour of trading. The Dow's been swinging hundreds of points in either direction in a matter of minutes. The action has had even the biggest minds on Wall Street scratching their heads and wondering, who's doing all the selling? Hedge funds, Cramer said during Thursday's Mad Money. The same hedge funds that made huge bets on minerals, oil service, agriculture and other names, borrowing heavily to do it, only to watch those stocks plummet when the market turned down. Soon enough clients started to demand their money back, forcing the hedge funds to sell, sell, sell. Now everyday at about 2:45 PM these funds prepare for the following day's redemptions and margin calls, unloading huge positions to raise cash. To offset their losses, hedge funds are shorting the S&P 500. The problem, though, is that the S&P, partially composed of defensive stocks that work during a downturn, is actually going up. So the funds are seeing losses on both their regular stock holdings and their short positions. It seems the only way they can save any kind of face is by flooding the S&P with sell orders to drive the index down. The move makes hedge funds' performance look a bit better at the end of the day. The rebound rallies that follow these sell-offs happen, Cramer said, because even a small number of buyers can move the market when the trading volume is so low. The real culprits here, as far as Cramer sees it, are "funds of funds." These are the middlemen in the hedge fund world that invest client money into other hedge funds for a fee. Unlike regular hedge funds, funds of funds have no lock-up agreement, meaning clients can get their money back at any time, so this puts added strain on the hedge funds in which they invest. Any time a specific hedge fund starts to decline, these funds of funds cash out. This trend has been a big part of the forced selling we've seen lately. As long as this selling continues, we won't find a market bottom, Cramer said. For that to happen, all the remaining sellers would have to unload their positions. The only people left in the market by then are those that never sell no matter what, let alone look at their 401(k)s, and "we're not even close to that point" yet, Cramer said.
fivepounds
25/10/2008
13:03
You will not make many "fivepounds" if you do that. Good rise yesterday afternoon I see. I knew I should of got back in.....LOL
tuftymatt
24/10/2008
21:21
Do not worry if you are losing money, this is what its all about. Its a loop, keeping buying and losing and then keep working to make up the losses and buy more and lose even more.
fivepounds
24/10/2008
10:54
Very sad to see this share at such a low level and with negative talk regarding bankers my thoughts are with those of you still holding.
tuftymatt
24/10/2008
09:42
remy Well said. Momentos was a great asset to this thread.
argy2
24/10/2008
09:34
remynapolean Very well put - and, on that note, I will "SHUT UP" and suffer in silence! Tibibar
tibibar
23/10/2008
22:02
What a mess this share is. I lost a packet on this 2 years ago, but got out. If Momentos or WBJunior post do not listen to them. They know absolutely nothing and contribute little.
muffster
23/10/2008
18:16
Dan..... Think once Xmas is out of the way consumers will tighten their belts a lot more. Hope this survives for you lot here. I'm in much the same boat on my Woolworths investment. Tough times for retail and likely to get tougher into next year.
stevi1111
23/10/2008
18:12
I think that the bulk of the Spring/Summer 2009 will be delivered in the first three months of next year, it always has been so, by December they will have a very good idea of the forward orders, in fact most will be in already, if you go to the DKNY site you will see the menswear for Spring 2009 being advertised now.
dan de lion
23/10/2008
18:12
double post...
stevi1111
23/10/2008
18:11
stevi1111 - 22 Oct'08 - 11:27 - 4665 of 4692 edit My opinion.... The MM's took on all those shares at 2.5p yesterday. They then decide to run the price up on no trades in order to try and attract a few buyers for them to sell to at much higher levels. .......... Typical MM games Pugg1ey. Any report on current trading today was always gonna be bad, however it looks more serious than I thought. Can Marchpole last another year as trading is'nt gonna get any easier short-term is it. I think not :(
stevi1111
23/10/2008
17:30
so the MM's got to hear about this stuff a couple of days ago then sucked in a few PI's?
pugg1ey
23/10/2008
16:10
actually retail sales are down 2.3%....its just exposing the pretenders arcadia profits were down just 6.5%
taffee
23/10/2008
16:09
dan de lion I think they collect orders over the next 6 months for delivery in the Spring
dennis russell
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