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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nmc Health Plc LSE:NMC London Ordinary Share GB00B7FC0762 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% 938.40 940.00 941.60 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 2,057.3 256.9 119.6 7.8 1,959

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27/2/2020
17:09
Money means nothing. You will look back in five years and it will all be sorted. Debt can be managed these days. Got to get your chin up, make a plan and plough through it. Trust me I know. Been there.
sapper2476
27/2/2020
17:05
There are ways out of debt. Honestly it can be done. Citizens Advice will help on that. They can't get what you don't have. PS unlikely this will go to zero hopefully and it will take months to sort out. Don't worry about it coming back to trading any time soon.
goliard
27/2/2020
17:00
Thanks guys. The problem is I owe money (I was on margin) to a SB company that I don't have. So as it looks like it's worthless I owe the full amount in equivalent share value. Unbelievable.
asusasus
27/2/2020
16:54
asusasus- there is so much more to life than your current predicament. Some of the best things in life happen after some of the worst experiences. Talk to people. Talk to the Samaritans if you don't know who to speak to. More than anything see that this is only a blip. It hurts like hell now but it will pass.
goliard
27/2/2020
16:44
there is no need for this.your daughter needs you more than money.
sr2day
27/2/2020
16:42
kemche, 8459 - Agreed. The company was so successful it had to be suspended.
bbmsionlypostafter
27/2/2020
16:40
I'm thinking of ending my life. I've lost 50k but owe a SB company 24k which I don't have. Never thought it would come to this. Can't look at my 3 year old daughter without being in tears. I feel like I have let my family and myself down. I have no idea what I can do. Helpless and finished.
asusasus
27/2/2020
16:25
WOW, FTSE was down 4.5% today at one point down 3.5% now, good thing these got suspended today, let all this corona virus carnage over and NMC will come back 10 times stronger in APril.
dragonheart1
27/2/2020
16:22
HAHAHAHa shorters gonna lose lose lose!!!! Wait when this opens at £15+ at the end of April. You all are F00ked!!
dragonheart1
27/2/2020
16:20
Nay kemche, Nay - 21 Feb (as quoted earlier), longs were warned of FCA investigation (announced by Muddy Waters 10 feb), but not by NMC until today. I closed my short, as announced, prior, as suspected suspension. We (Shorts) win, (longs will lose big time). Fact. You quote the opposite as to the result. PS: Yes goliard, he strikes one as being a bit of a plonker, what?
dudishes
27/2/2020
16:12
kemche obvioulsy using the Donald Trump approach of claiming that everything supports his position, even the stuff that clearly does not. An interesting tactic that relies on idiots... of which there are many sadly.
goliard
27/2/2020
16:06
The FCA investigation is very good news. Burn the shorters!
kemche
27/2/2020
16:04
G'day NY Boy, Did you heed my warning 21 Feb (possible suspension)? Worth keeping tabs on Muddy Waters, your side of the water, afterall. His site is free to visit. cheers
dudishes
27/2/2020
15:48
Not getting any better for NMC is it?
goliard
27/2/2020
15:48
Notification of formal investigation by the FCA The Financial Conduct Authority (the "FCA") has notified NMC that it has commenced a formal enforcement investigation. NMC will continue to co-operate with the FCA and any and all other relevant authorities.
goliard
27/2/2020
15:28
Https://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-8050967/NMC-Health-shares-suspended-watchdog-accounting-debacle.html
knowing
27/2/2020
14:45
Gday SR, Re 8344 - Interesting that MW announced FCA investigating 10 Feb, seems it took the board some 17 days to digest and inform the mkt? What Kunfoo dat!
dudishes
27/2/2020
14:30
In your dreams MW’s puppet hahahah!! Come back at the end of April to find out that you have been truly fooled!!! Arabs are going to eat you for breakfast!! That’s when you will be paying £3K for every £1 rise in stock. This will open at least 50% up!!
mattcookson
27/2/2020
14:26
17.50p is the target price more likely than £17.50
george stobbart
27/2/2020
14:21
The bad news is that I have to wait till till the end of April to achieve my target price of £17.50. The GOOD NEWS is I don't have to listen to an idiot like Sentimentrules and his 10 aliases on here, who is representing Block/Tempest-Vane on this board. Every cloud has a silver lining. Banks, investment institutions all buying shares in the millions if your a professional investor you will understand they by-pass the present negativity with a suspension. So when the shares open at £15+ at the end of April you are more than welcome to settle for the half. The danger of that occurring was without a suspension and conclusion of Freeh, which what we have now, so brilliant! No wonder shorters are getting nervous hahahahaha!!! Get ready to close them shorts at £15+ b1tches!!!!! Whooohahahahaha!!
mattcookson
27/2/2020
14:19
all equities have an est. 0p as a fundamental floor value some have even negative equity value, if you adjust for bankruptcy / legal costs
george stobbart
27/2/2020
14:14
We est. 363p as a fundamental NMC floor value, but sentiment hit could be greater: In our recent deep-dive franchise report on NMC, our LV downside price target is 200p. As NMC has identified supply chain finance arrangements and discrepancies in cash balances, in our view it may be prudent to assume: 1) an extra $335m of gross debt in 2019; 2) only consider 25% of our est. of NMC’s $803m 2019 gross cash balance ahead of further details. This would give an implied net debt in 2019 of $2,436m vs. JEFe $1,499m. As NMC states that the current drawdown of supply chain facilities is unknown, we assume $2.5bn of total debt. We also believe it may be prudent to consider the possibility that at FY there may be some adjs to profitability. We estimate that if HC post corporate is lower and there are adjs to rejection rates, without further details investors could assume $500m group EBITDA if they were to also discount the surge in distribution margins. This compares to a published JEFe est. $578m and guidance $575-585m. If investors applied 8x '19E EBITDA it gives a 544p implied share price, or 495p completely discounting cash. A $3bn gross debt figure gives 363p.
hsdeo1
27/2/2020
14:13
Gulf news - Market analysts say suspending the trading of shares was the most sensible thing NMC could have done under the circumstances. “The drip-drip of bad news could have suffocated the stock’s performance – the only plus would be any positive numbers for the 2019 results,” said an analyst. (NMC Health, the Middle East's largest healthcare operator, is expected to announce its 2019 financials in the next few days.)
dragonheart1
27/2/2020
14:11
Hahaha... shorters are getting jittery, knowing damn well that this action has totally f00ked them over!!!! Can’t buy back stock and close them shorts for months and in the meantime have to pay interests to the brokers. Very smart move of NMCs part, suspend the shares, get all the bad news out and their house in order and come back with a vengeance at the end of April. This will open at least 50% higher at the end of April, watch the space!! Especially with huge takeover interest in this high growth healthcare business, it happened at AA and share price suspended at 229 and now trading at 1850, go figure!!
dragonheart1
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