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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Reach4entertainment Enterprises Plc LSE:R4E London Ordinary Share GB00B1HLCW86 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.225 0.20 0.25 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 77.7 -0.2 -0.0 - 3

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/4/2015
07:38
R4E Tiny Market Cap and MASSIVE Turnover If this company gets some positive momentum the share price will turn north very quickly!
smart_investor
24/4/2015
04:07
no they should only do what they were intended to do take peoples money n lend to people who needed it and take the difference in interest rate as the commission instead of inventing every more complex ways to make money which no one understands n that includes them its just pure gambling only difference its not there money there losing
jon123
23/4/2015
21:05
The banks are too big!They should all be split up and 50 small ones created!!
smart_investor
23/4/2015
16:25
Typical reply deanroberthunt and I was expecting it. I can assure you procedures have tightened up massively. You are probably the typical guy who bashes banks for reckless lending in the past but then when you want a loan in current times and it doesn't get approved you bash them for not lending enough!!! Banks can never win!!!!
smart_investor
23/4/2015
12:34
aye, like they did all the due diligence when buying all the bundled leveraged mortgages from the yanks before the crunch.
deanroberthunt
22/4/2015
15:07
As someone who used to work for two major high street banks in the business and corporate roles - I can assure you that there would have been a serious amount of due diligence done by AIB to provide the new borrowing/loan. Even with smaller business customers who are looking to borrow a small 100k an awful lot of cross checking is done to make sure the loan can be paid paid. They will be looking at contracts, future orders, bank account conduct, experience & qualities of management, competitors, risk and of course AIB will have access to their bank accounts. The loan would have been recommended by the corporate manager who would know the company well and have a good relationship with directors etc. His or her case would then have been submitted to a business lending team to be assessed by a underwriters. They would have been confident of the company not defaulting on the loan to approve it in the first place.
smart_investor
21/4/2015
08:00
Having said all that it was only a year ago when we entered into a 7 year term loan with AIB. The only evidence that we may default is the trading update saying that trading won't match that seen in 2014. Hopefully David is looking at a potential disposal of one of the businesses to bring in cash to clear all debt or has something creative up his sleeve to keep him/us in the game without surrendering to the banks
fastbuck
20/4/2015
23:06
Clearly got real issues, believed they had cheaper bank debt then clearly something has gone wrong. Banks likely pushing the company to the edge insisting on extra big fees and terms for ever change in the original term which no doubt the company is pushing back on whilst trying to look for alternatives.
fastbuck
20/4/2015
20:49
.....don't think this'll be a plc for much longer
deanroberthunt
20/4/2015
19:11
Fastbuck - went to the presentation, but they didn't turn up. Speaks volumes imv.
smudgedan
20/4/2015
18:26
Anyone see the company at UKInvestor at the weekend. They were due to be there but I missed the presentation they were to do and there was no sight of them at the stand early afternoon. Did they show up?
fastbuck
23/3/2015
12:20
....yep, see Afren for an example.
deanroberthunt
18/3/2015
21:51
At mercy of lenders, never a good place to be..
tsmith2
27/2/2015
15:00
I've only just spotted that my numbers use the Allenby 15-9-2014 forecast and whilst the forward net borrowings figure could be correct the t/o probably needs revising. Even so, with debt of this size, any refinancing is likely to see the small investors wiped out....being dwarfed by the scale of fundraising at a discounted share price f
fillipe
27/2/2015
11:47
worrying also that they can't pull a profit on £80m t/o, margins are on the precipice...wouldn't take much to swing to a big loss.
deanroberthunt
27/2/2015
11:37
where's the fcf to pay off the debt.....the only chance is someone supporting a massive placing to pay off all or most of the debt, but would wipe out all exisiting shareholders......
deanroberthunt
27/2/2015
11:03
Has to be said, there is some serious buying going on.
ianstrain
27/2/2015
10:09
MKT cap at 2.4p down to £1.8m, I think and net borrowings forecast to be £15m. Forecast t/o great at ab £80m but the debt (n b's), oh...the debt, for a company in this business. f
fillipe
27/2/2015
09:26
I hope this is a case of a company being a little too open in their RNS, with the nervous market immediately acting on the negative aspect. And realistically the volumes traded yesterday & this morning are very low, so although the share price is down there has been no great rush for the exit. Perhaps should have been a little more subtle in their wording. Unless it's tactical with a view to their bank negotiations. Covenants are measured calendar quarterly, so end March for the next one. Guess I'll wait & see how things play out. One technical point, I think shares nominal value at par were 2.5p.
mortimer7
27/2/2015
08:20
I've sold out. Possibly at the bottom but that statement yesterday read as though they will breach covenants this coming year and maybe won't have enough cash to pay loan. Big mistake from me this share, high risk gone wrong. Live and learn. Good luck to those that remain.
stegrego
27/2/2015
08:06
R4E - as ever..nothing changes..
tsmith2
26/2/2015
20:34
The problem with companies and a lot of debt is that they ultimatly need to perform or outperform just to pay interest and reduce debt.. there have been strong recovery plays such as QXL.. whose balance sheet was shot to pieces.. But, in order for that to happen, you really need favourable market conditions.. From a balance sheet perspective, things have been improving.. however, one slip up and you are either back to your original position or worse.. The market always looks ahead, and ahead clearly is not very positive for R4E.. thus, the share price reaction.. saffy..
safman
26/2/2015
20:18
If trading is that bad this year - does not bode well for the U.S. economy generally speaking - then a sale might be preferable. For the record I doubt I will be buying tomorrow. I have to sai I just don't get it. Last year they should have generated over £2m in cash. Interest is less than £0.5m - meaning they should currently have the cash for this years payments. (By the way the figures are from memory). They don't have to pay capital until 2020. They haven't broken covenants yet. No wonder the shares have dropped so, fails the sniff test.
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