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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pcf Group Plc LSE:PCF London Ordinary Share GB0004189378 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 24.00 23.00 25.00 24.00 24.00 24.00 97,639 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 34.5 8.0 2.7 8.9 60

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/4/2019
07:16
I think you just need to read the accompanying paper to the recent open offer. It sums up what they are doing and what they hope to achieve. I think they have a decent chance of success. I would hope for a share price north of 40p this year. They could easily double over the next couple of years. All depends on your timeline I suppose.
the big fella
04/4/2019
22:48
Hello Big Fella would you mind giving a view of your investment feelings of this company have a holding for over six months only. Thanks for any feed back. F.
fergus9
02/4/2019
18:03
Indeed it is. Not 1% here but a decent stake nonetheless
the big fella
02/4/2019
11:30
Graham - it's 1% of FA (oops there's a double entendre)
glaws2
02/4/2019
10:27
Big fella,over 1% ? That is £1m !! So, hope you are correct, though at the moment seems to be just sellers at 31p.......
graham1ty
01/4/2019
11:31
I am indeed. I think this is the floor. I speak with the company regularly and have a good handle on things. I hold over 1% so I would say that.
the big fella
01/4/2019
11:20
Thanks for the information. I assume you on FA.? Best wishes for that. I've been watching it for over a year now and I can't work out whether now may be the right time to buy. I shall keep watching - I'm a pretty prudent investor so it's probable I'll wait for a clear sign of recovery (by which time the opportunity may well have gone)
cc2014
01/4/2019
10:40
Apologies - I needed to raise some cash in my ISA to take up an open offer elsewhere. I had to choose something to sell and as I already had a large position here so sold 50 on Friday and 25 today. I will not be selling anymore.
the big fella
01/4/2019
10:28
I'm guessing but I'd say it's the last of the shares going through which were bought at 30p in the OO which were bought with the sole intention of trading on for a small profit. The problem is not so much the selling but the apparent lack of buyers. this is even more surprising given the general strength of FTSE today on the banks and financial services. If I reading things right we are heading for a softer Brexit which will assist the share price. With labour taking a 5p lead in the polls despite the talk of a general election that won't happen now, no deal won't happen so all we are left with is a softer Brexit. As an aside I'm struggling to understand why the Cabinet don't just roll over and commit to this. If fulfils the referendum mandate of leaving whilst keeping the remainers on side as the best of a poor set of options
cc2014
01/4/2019
10:09
Why is this so weak again ? General worries about the challenger banks ?
graham1ty
20/3/2019
15:15
Share price nudges up another penny but very little selling despite the rise. We definitely seem to have turned the corner here.
cc2014
19/3/2019
15:37
Trade flow suggests the price is starting to get over the placing and open offer. A solid 33p if you want to sell now, giving a 10% return from the placing if you were so inclined. I'm completely guessing but anyway who bought for a quick flip will be out of the way very shortly.
cc2014
15/3/2019
14:26
Now, like after a good meal, and indigestion, we need a large burp, then PCF getting on with business as usual, and the share price getting back to the pre Placing level
graham1ty
15/3/2019
08:09
Thanks CC2014
glaws2
15/3/2019
08:06
In portfolio click on stocks, then click on PCF and it will show you all your transactions on PCF
cc2014
15/3/2019
07:34
I had to manually work it out Graham.....
glaws2
15/3/2019
07:24
Glaws, and they have ! Thought HL seem not to have actually listed the number given. Just the new total, and the cash repaid. So, will have to look up the old holding and compare...... (It probably is somewhere, I just cannot find it)
graham1ty
15/3/2019
06:32
And indeed it was done last night !
glaws2
14/3/2019
17:32
HL told me it would be done by COB tonight. Useless crowd
graham1ty
14/3/2019
16:39
Just received this info from HL "All basic elections have been satisfied in full and excess elections have been scaled back and approximately 31%. We will be releasing the Shares and the returned Cash by COB tomorrow"
glaws2
14/3/2019
14:50
I too was scaled back on a modest excess application of 2000
solarno lopez
14/3/2019
14:45
Well, I don't understand how you have got your allocation in full as there was a scale back but well done. I've had mine through from AJ Bell now but not HL. Not sure how I feel. I've been given a decent amount of excess shares if I compare with my 1 for 37 entitlement. Alot better than I expected (but I've still been diluted, only nowhere near as diluted as I expected)
cc2014
13/3/2019
09:51
Good write up: Https://cube.investments/pcf-pcf-qa-report-from-agm-8-march-2019/ - Q&A report from AGM by Paul Hawkins "It’s now clear that once £100m market cap is reached, that will be a very positive development and could be the catalyst for a further re-rating or a signal that a fundraise will become imminent. "
carcosa
12/3/2019
19:08
Update to earlier post 2543 ,I asked Selftrade - Who were awarded the excess open offer shares, as I duly believed that not all P.I would have taken up there full entitlement. Selftrade have now telephoned me, & message left in inbox that my application will now be meet in full ie 20k. New shares have been credited to my account.
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