Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rurelec Plc LSE:RUR London Ordinary Share GB00B01XPW41 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.00p 0.80p 1.20p 1.00p 1.00p 1.00p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electricity 0.0 -0.6 -0.1 - 9.00

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20/7/2015
08:20
IPSA announcement. You couldn't make it up.. http://uk.advfn.com/news/UKREG/2015/article/67779824 "the left hands connected to the right hand, the right hands connected to the left hand..." Join in if you know the words.....
kinbasket
17/7/2015
18:29
On reflectin I think you are right. At 1 April the funds were outstanding but the contract to sell firm. So there should only be one interpretation of today's RNS. The money should be in the bank. But with RUR you never can tell. $200k seems to have gone AWOL in the meantime.
grahamg8
17/7/2015
11:51
Most important is the sale gives them breething space not to be dependent on the Redix loan.
vyke82
17/7/2015
10:22
The narrative in 31 Dec Annual report stated this was for sale at £4.4mill. So assuming that figure to be the book value, todays $6.8mill dollars is about £4.35mill.
mortimer7
17/7/2015
09:44
Is this a good or bad price? It would be helpful if management said what it's book value is, and the effect on group debt. K
kramch
17/7/2015
09:21
I hope some non-holders won't view this as negative, thinking that following the share share price collapse that this is a "fire-sale". When it is actually very positive!
gerhart
17/7/2015
09:21
I hope some non-holders won't view this as negative, thinking that following the share share price collapse that this is a "fire-sale". When it is actually very positive!
gerhart
17/7/2015
08:45
Yes to me RNS implies money in.
vyke82
17/7/2015
08:31
Graham I think we have to take the word "completed" at its word!
gerhart
17/7/2015
08:24
My worry would be that we have seen deals and sales announced before which stalled. It's not over till the fat lady sings. In this case when the cash hits the bank account.
grahamg8
17/7/2015
07:59
should be a decent premium.
empirestate
17/7/2015
07:16
Great news!!! We should see 3p again
vyke82
16/7/2015
21:11
I don't think they will Vyke. There is not much left to short, and they, like us, know there is a good company with assets just struggling to "get out"! And it will. Hopefully soon we'll see a couple of strong new appointments.
gerhart
16/7/2015
18:13
Shareprophets picked this up so will now scream to short this
vyke82
16/7/2015
13:56
Beneath the mess is value
giant steps
16/7/2015
13:12
Just taken another look at this company and recent events. I think the word I would use to describe this is a mess. Seems everyone is out to screw this company.
loverat
16/7/2015
11:24
To make a 5p offer for entrants @ 1.75p will seem like a dream ticket Best strategy may be to sell all the assets to release value. edit: market valuation is only 20% of book value
giant steps
15/7/2015
19:53
The ousted non-exec Pablo Escobar held 13m shares but must have voted yes to all. If the 15m who voted in favour of share issuances were Escobar's 13m +2m others, that suggests Earl who held 7m and some other person(s) on 6m were the ones who vetoed the ability to issue stock, so while they may be in concert with whatever Sterling Trust is doing they perhaps didn't agree with ousting former colleagues.
bam bam rubble
15/7/2015
19:40
It's a mess
giant steps
15/7/2015
19:30
Anyone come up with an explanation why a 13,000,000 block voted yes to re-elect the directors but no to the ability to issue shares? Results w/o the 303,942,303 no votes of Sterling Trust receive accounts: 28.4m yes ... 23,000 no appoint non-exec: 28.4m yes ... 47,560 no reappoint the FD: 28.2m yes ... 47,560 no reappoint the MD: 28.4m yes ... 61,020 no shares authority: 15.2m yes 13,061,020 no -disapply rights: 15.4m yes 13,047,460 no
bam bam rubble
15/7/2015
09:25
Been badly let down by this company's management. I don't think we will ever find out how much of what they said was lies, wishful thinking or fact. I have sold out today , very bad smell
here and there
15/7/2015
09:08
Swooped You need to check your information on Sterling. It definitely isn't and never has been any kind of "fund". As I've mentioned here before, it is owned via a series of holding companies by John K Farrell. He and Clive Emson have been pulling the strings here for years. I don't know what Peter Earl and Elizabeth Shaw did to upset them in the end and I suspect we never will. However, I wouldn't be surprised to find all four of them popping up on a shareholder register of whatever is left of this company at some later date. This company has aways been the dodgiest smoke and mirrors company I've ever looked at.
kinbasket
15/7/2015
09:07
Strerling can take this private on the cheap.
vyke82
15/7/2015
08:32
As regards the loan company, it could be that if there is a deal in the offing then Rurelec will have had to inform the lenders that the assets may be being sold, who knows, too much speculation but as has been the standard modus operandi, not enough information available.
swooped
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