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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mxc Capital LSE:MXCP London Ordinary Share GG00BSBMMK42 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.335p 1.32p 1.35p 1.335p 1.335p 1.335p 955,957 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 1.0 -7.9 -0.2 - 44.87

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It moved it. Interest, at the very least.
My main concern is that a huge % of our Business's investment funds have now been thrown at IDE (for the medium term), leaving nothing left for anything else... Considering this Business has executed zero "transactions" for in excess of 2.5 years and is now throwing everything into one poorly performing Business, except for the potential to earn a nice interest payment on the Loan, this seems extraordinarily "out of sorts" with the Business's actual strategy: hxxp:// hxxp://
BTW it's 'you're a retard' and you don't need a possessive on 'fees'. The Wonga that went into administration? Call it what you like, any commercial loan with a coupon of 1250bps is called death spiral financing. Funnily enough it doesn't get advertised as that you pillock.
Nobody has said anything about your post. The Trolls always arrive here when there is about to be some serious action. Or should I say "TROLL" ...singular.
Nothing negative in my post about Mxc - they're shrewd operators in the sector.
That's as maybe. At the moment they're saving it, apparently under pressure from the bank, for Mxc advantage. We'll see what happens next.
Enough Already. My thread is for the positive promotion of MXCP.
UKHotViews© Thursday 10 January 2019 MXC digs deeper hole in IDE Group logoClearly, MXC Capital founder and CEO, Ian Smith, believes the hole in troubled mid-market network, cloud and IT managed services provider IDE Group is not yet quite deep enough. Having declared “the worst set of results I have ever had to provide commentary for and there is nothing positive to point to" when reporting IDE’s half-time results last October (see IDE Group CEO cheery on half-time results (NOT!)), Smith, then IDE’s CEO, soon sold off one of IDE’s bits to management and loaned them the money to buy it (see Top backer loans dosh to IDE for '365' MBO). Smith also relinquished the CEO reins at IDE to ex-Capita CEO, Andy Parker, though remains an Exec Director. On the basis of ‘in for a few million, in for a few million more’ (you get the gist), MXC is now to lend IDE up to a further £9m in loan notes with a 12% coupon payable at the end of the 6-year term (plus fees, of course). MXC is also underwriting half of IDE’s £8.25m debt facility with its bankers. It’s great to have faith – though perhaps a ladder might be more useful. By the way, IDE was one of the worst performing stocks on the UK market last year – its shares tanked 93% (see Share Indices for 2018). Posted by Anthony Miller at '08:00' - Tagged: fundraising Mxc, who now effectively control Ide, will not be intending to rip itself off, so no doubt the financial plan and whatever exit has been thought through to at least Mxc overall advantage.
There is always that risk with any company but when asked they have always said they have no plans to do this. Can only go by that, but if it does happen the worst that occurs is that you get out with your cash intact. You play here for the upside. There is next to zero downside.
Hey! They might even consolidate 4 billion shares meaning Joe Public gets wiped out,leaving the Nigel Wrays of this world with upmteen million and the Smith/Weaver pension fund quids in. Just saying like.
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