Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Neos Resources LSE:NEOS London Ordinary Share GB00B02QN409 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.415p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 06:36:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.9 -1.0 -0.6 - 0.74

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jojo_jo: I've been looking at CTA10/S673 (Disallowance of C/F Tax Losses) and think the tax losses will be available to NEOS as it stands. Firstly there has been no material change in nature of trade - NEOS still awaits moneys due from Asian operations. This will, rightly, look like normal trading activity in the accounts, albeit low key. Secondly there has been no change in ownership, as for the purpose of CTA10/S673 a change in ownership is defined as follows: THERE IS a change in ownership if a single person acquires more than half the ordinary share capital of a company. THERE IS a change in ownership if two or more persons each acquire 5 per cent or more of the ordinary share capital of a company, and those holdings together amount to more than half of the company's ordinary share capital. The 5 per cent threshold means there is no need to examine small shareholdings, particularly those of public companies. THERE IS change of ownership if two or more persons each acquire a holding of the ordinary share capital of a company, and those holdings together amount to more than half of the company's ordinary share capital. But for this test holdings of less than 5 per cent are disregarded unless it adds to an existing holding and the further acquisition takes the total holding above the 5 per cent threshold. It is interesting to note that a side (perhaps intentional?) effect of shares being unlisted is ownership cannot materially change. As a result, for the purpose of the change of ownership test, NEOS passes with flying colours... there has been no change in ownership/shareholding whatsoever. What they need to do now is ensure they can claim c/f losses by allocating some against the next set of accounts which should show a profit, albeit small. If the 'test' is passed and the small tax liability is erased by some of the brought forward losses we are in business (on the c/f tax losses front at least!) That would be the signal to re-list, after which the RTO shenanigans can begin. A high share price then would actually help NEOS pass the change of ownership test as it reduces the number of new shares required. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Probably all wishful thinking on my part, but interesting nonetheless. IMPO DYOR NAI Jo
oilbuy: Stockologist your full of it. Copy paste a post written a few minutes earlier. Whats the point in that ? Paper never refused ink. This share price is down on lack of volume and most of AIM is in the doldrums.You played the same trick with BMN. You said it was going to 1p . Where is it now ? Your no chartist. Have you yet learned about gap up lol. Your so high and mighty. A genius. You need to be rewarded the prize by ADVFN. A troll for a trophy.
stockologist: I agree. But we don't want to 'scare the horses'. Slow and steady is the right way to go now. We do not want to precipitate a 'we know no reason' RNS from the Company at this stage. When they are good to go they will let us know. At this stage I think that UCO news could take us to next level on news and volume and prepare the ground for any further share price move. Am I right in thinking the nominal value is 1p so they can't raise below that level anyway ?
g1g4lo: tomboyb Yes it moved very quickly when it last happened on August 5th. It only came back down as it was too early for NEOS and they issued an RNS saying they knew of no reason why the share price had risen. With an RTO in the pipeline IMO, then the share price will continue to rise this time. Or an RNS will be issued to suspend the shares.
g1g4lo: Why Anslow bought and then sold is up to him. Why buy at a big support level and with Neos cash in the bank similar to the current cap and then sell is up to him. He has his reasons???? The spread is never actually what happens. The spread is always much less depending on which broker you are with. The spread for ages was 0.34 to 0.36 but you see 0.32 to 0.38. You only notice this when you try to trade or you do a dummy trade. Hence Anslow bought and sold at .34p. The share price did not move but in reality it did move within this. You would see 0.32 to 0.38. In reality Anslow bought when it was 0.32 to 0.34 and sold at 0.34 to 0.36. Both times on all markets it still showed at 0.32 to 0.38. So ignore the trade but people wont. But Anslow does know this and that is why he sold. He bought thinking there was an RNS logged and I suspect it did not happen and as soon as it got to his breakeven, he sold!! I see this as a no lose situation but is still abit of a gamble in time but as long as you can wait, in other words the cash is spare then leave your money there and if we get an RTO then you will be rewarded. DYOR though
squiresquire: Vital you read the RNS from yesterday, as many here are trying to make out the share is about to rise in price. RNS Number : 9564K Neos Resources PLC 05 August 2013 NEOS Resources plc ("NEOS" or the "Company") Operational Update NEOS notes the recent material rise in its share price for which the board knows no reason.
safman: Indicative number of shares Neos has is around 178 million... so 53 million traded is huge volume... It is very speculative, as is the share price... but if there is a kink, with Myerson here... then Neos will be in play... saffy...
squiresquire: RNS Number : 9564K Neos Resources PLC 05 August 2013 NEOS Resources plc ("NEOS" or the "Company") Operational Update NEOS notes the recent material rise in its share price for which the board knows no reason.
jojo_jo: The new 'owner' with circa 16% is clearly not an individual. Whilst described as 'him' here for convenience, the new 'owner' is some substantial company which can benefit from the b/forward tax losses. It was necessary for it to pay Teeling the premium to get the foot in the door. Teeling wanted some short term gain, and a continued 'free' holding for his efforts and foresight. The new 'owner' doesn't appear to be buying back his sold stock in the market, at the current lower prices. It seems just enough were sold and announced to both achieve the current price and balance the holding percentages of what looks like a 'concert party'. I believe the price has been brought down to a level which will enable a controlling stake to now be bought at a reasonable price, without dilution and without share price damage (which would affect the 'concert party' also). It will be a small sum in the overall scale of things, to get such control. The company will be recapitalised in the process, enabling the true value of its substantial assets to be realised. My best guess at the probable numbers involved are outlined in my earlier post. I see this being a very good short to medium term hold, and an outstanding longer term hold. I also see the current share price as the base-line. IMPO/DYOR/NAI Jo
ryan83: jon, Teeling bought 29% of the shares and used his vast % holding and voted no to the de-list and the listing stayed. We were informed of Teeling selling a block of 35m shares at 0.7p to one entity whilst the price was approx. 0.6p (premium!). If Teeling was to sell the 35m on the open market the share price would of most certainly crashed. Lets bear in mind he picked up the majority of his shares at 0.1p so he could have sold them all the way down BUT he didn't - there was a buyer! The NEOS board indicated that they do not know who was involved in the transaction. Today we have found out that HSBC purchased the 35m shares in a nominee account, therefore they are holding them for an as yet unknown individual. Therefore what we do know is 1) NEOS board don't who it is 2) Teeling does know who it is 3) Teeling still has 9m shares (unless he has sold some today?) 4) Who has bought the 35m shares does not want to be identified just yet. ok so what is the REAL game going on here? Is this someone connected to Teeling, a business associate? It would appear he has acted as an intermediatry for another entity whilst they sort themselves out. As per one of Comedy's posts earlier check out some of his interviews, he only gets involved in deals if theres profit to be made for all parties. For this connected party to make any money the shareprice needs to be north of 0.7p. Smells like a RTO of some sort.
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