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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Plexus Holdings Plc POS London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 8.375 08:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
8.375 8.375 8.375 8.375 8.375
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varies: Presumably the more than 12 million shares (say 12% of the capital)sold at 9.40 this morning come from Liontrust and eliminates their holding. The price shown is 8.1p. It seems unlikely that so many shares would be absorbed quickly by small investors and I shall be interested to see if any new 3% interests are declared.
bluemango: #52 re #50 I was actually wondering whether it was 'POS investor' or 'investor in POS' though admittedly they're probably one and the same thing.
the knight of no: I do hope, given teh thread's title that we get some genuine POS investors on board!!
varies: Welcome, binglem, to the small group of us taking a rosy view here. If the share price continues to recover, then our number will surely grow. Plexus operates in a sector out of fashion with most investors but it does look as if we shall need an ample supply of gas for many years and there will be an increasing emphasis on controlling leaks.
varies: After the recent modest price rise, the market cap at the Offer Price is now £10 million and there seems to be an adequate supply of shares available (for investors on my scale) although the Free Float is shown to be only 34%. I do not think this 34% includes Liontrust's holding (say 13%). Worth about £1.3 million, this is presumably a very small holding for Liontrust. Liontrust has reduced its holding recently and I expect our share performance in January to depend to some extent on whether Liontrust continues selling. If it does not, then we may see a shortage of stock. I am sorry to find that I was buying Plexus shares keenly at up to 75p in 2018 but suspect that many others paid high prices too. The dismal decline in the share price, accelerating until last week, may have induced many to give up hope. I have more than doubled up instead and am keeping my fingers crossed !
jeffian: What is it with speculative miners in politically unstable countries and bluesky biostocks aspiring to be 'the next Microsoft' that seem to attract the same group of 'investors'* over and over again? *gamblers
grahamite2: The RNS came out on 11 November and the placing closed at 4 p.m. that same day. The PrimaryBid part actually closed at noon. It's the lack of notice I object to. I bet any number of retail investors didn't even know about the thing. I did get a full allocation, having applied for only a small amount. A lot of things made me very cautious.
grahamite2: After initially hoping other energy suppliers would have taken on Bulb’s 1.7 million customers, the Government has been told none of the larger group has the capacity to supply so many households at short notice, and has had to investigate other routes to keep Bulb afloat. Options include invoking Ofgem’s “special administration”; powers, a move that would be a first for the energy regulator. This would involve Bulb being nationalised while Ofgem, BEIS and the Treasury work together to find a buyer of the company, new investors, or a solution that would allow its customers to move over a longer period of time to other suppliers. A less drastic option would be for the Government to provide tens of millions of pounds in loans to Bulb, but this could also lead to a part-nationalisation with the taxpayer taking a stake in the company until Bulb pays the loan back. hxxps://
avatar333: AVATAR333 - 26 Aug 2021 - 15:11:29 - 9348 of 9456 POS - Very serious Investors indeed page - POS Well, apart from the forthcoming 'bank holiday' (gra', monte1 and I will be working, of course), things are looking up: Fitba in full flow (apart from my own team) Schools back open next week, after the ludicrously long and unnecessary 'holidays' GMT rapidly approaching
jeffian: #9238, Do I win a prize then? jeffian - 23 Aug 2021 - 19:19:16 - 9186 of 9240 POS - Very serious Investors indeed page - POS #9182, LOL! Good story, blue. The only thing to do would be to stare him down, say nothing, and avoid Tesco in future.
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