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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Revolution Bars Group Plc LSE:RBG London Ordinary Share GB00BVDPPV41 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% 10.125 8.60 10.50 - 0.00 07:34:51
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 141.9 -3.6 -5.7 - 13

Revolution Bars Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/10/2020
09:46
So the Mark Ward who has been buying shares in Innovaderma has been appointed as non -executive director of Innovaderma. Probably the same Mark Ward as buying shares in RBG? Mark is a successful and experienced digital and technology professional with strong links to the consumer and service industries. He founded Hunter Macdonald, a digital transformation and services company in 2013 and under his leadership, the business employed more than 400 employees within 5 years. In 2017, Hunter Macdonald was recognised as being one of the fastest growing companies in the UK and in October of the same year, the business merged with Scandinavian based Netcompany which is now publicly listed on Nasdaq OMX. Mark began his career at PwC working in M&A and operations and spent c.13 years in senior operational director roles for Reckitt Benckiser, Verizon, BT and Friends Life.
muzmanoz
09/10/2020
13:19
This level of government intervention is unprecedented though - how can we say we're really looking after people when there are so many winners and losers? I found this interesting BTW... For a much less serious pandemic, they got the vaccine out in 6 months?! And we're told such a thing has never been done before... "The microbiologist Maurice Hilleman was alarmed by pictures of those affected by the virus in Hong Kong that were published in The New York Times. He obtained samples of the virus from a US Navy doctor in Japan. The Public Health Service released the virus cultures to vaccine manufacturers on 12 May 1957, and a vaccine entered trials at Fort Ord on 26 July and Lowry Air Force Base on 29 July.[10] The number of deaths peaked the week ending 17 October, with 600 reported in England and Wales. The vaccine was available in the same month in the United Kingdom.[4] Although it was initially available only in limited quantities,[11][4] its rapid deployment helped contain the pandemic.[3] " https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1957%E2%80%931958_influenza_pandemic
swanvesta
09/10/2020
11:03
Nearly third of UK coronavirus cases spread through pubs and restaurants, minister says
lucicavi
02/10/2020
07:47
Brave man... what I don’t get is when every late night CEO is screaming that the industry will be extinct by the end of October, then for a leasehold operator like Revs, there is zero hope unless Government changes policy or throws a lifeline to the sector. Neither seem likely at the moment and a punt they will is about as intelligent as betting on the 100-1 shot at the 330 at Uttoxeter.
dagsteeth
30/9/2020
12:09
Rather him than me!!!
bspgamer
30/9/2020
08:37
Looks like Mr Ward has the house and farm on this. Rather him than me, I bet his average is a lot higher than 10p
bspgamer
28/9/2020
22:19
10p would be a florin, or two shillings.
swanvesta
28/9/2020
21:23
Aha boohoo1 interesting maths. Unfortunately though your first line requires a bit of teacher's red ink. 240 D (not p) in a £1. So 1 shilling equalled 12 D (i.e. old pennies) which also happens to equal 5p (i.e. new pence). I am strictly post-decimal myself, but I do recall when shilling coins were still circulating and used as the 5p piece.
kazoom
28/9/2020
20:57
240 p in a £1 20 shillings is a £1 1 shilling equalled 12p
boohoo1
28/9/2020
20:51
Ministers are understood to be preparing to enforce a total social lockdown across much of northern England and London, which would see all pubs, restaurants and bars ordered to shut for two weeks.
thomasearnshaw
28/9/2020
20:37
10p doth not a shilling make.
glavey
28/9/2020
14:24
Yes, Mark Ward. Such A finely built strop of a man. A man who will forever buy RBG. If you have any shares in Rev. just offer them up. And as we await next September's price and book our Carnival cruises and watch our CineWorld movies , flying to the Carribean by Dart ...let us not forget these torrid times when an RBG share could be bought for a shilling.
boohoo1
28/9/2020
08:11
It's all about Boxing Day now!!!
bspgamer
28/9/2020
07:05
Plainly Thomas, you haven't seen the movie.
boohoo1
28/9/2020
06:59
Christmas is cancelled
thomasearnshaw
28/9/2020
06:57
"We're going on a Revolution". Bar the commentary, this share might be the winner we all want. Think. Why was £2 turned down? Answer: the market believed it too cheap. What has changed? Covid. So if it survives the share price will rocket. A CVA saves a company yet same board of directors no dilution. Town is dead. share price dead.cheap. Dead good.
boohoo1
27/9/2020
22:34
Love this board, highly amusing
bspgamer
26/9/2020
17:13
Mr Dalep716. I have been filling my boots for many a year, bagging here, bagging there, bragging here, humble there. Oh for the time when we understood that most things are 50 shades, life is uncertain and that a good shag awaits at RBG
boohoo1
26/9/2020
16:41
Or a multibagger in the making it seems.
dalep716
26/9/2020
14:37
All I can say Mr Boohoo is that you really should spend some time learning how these things work ( I note you stayed silent on Mr Ward) and a tip from me, you’d do far better in investing in your name sake
dagsteeth
26/9/2020
14:17
Dear Mr Dagsteeth. Thank you for elevating my psyche from total imbecile to mere imbecile. A CVA is perfect. A good IP will show the difference between the CVA and a winding up Creditors are often persuaded on on rhe offering or as amended. Debt for equity? No, not in a CVA. IMV the CVA is the right vehicle to get over the covid hump making RB a strong BUY.
boohoo1
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