Scholium Dividends - SCHO

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Scholium Group Plc SCHO London Ordinary Share GB00BJYS2173 ORD 1P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 32.50 08:00:02
Close Price Low Price High Price Open Price Previous Close
32.50 32.50 32.50 32.50
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Scholium SCHO Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount

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picnic: Mayfair Book Auctions a company owned by Scholium have their first live timed Internet Auction (start 11/6 to 25/6) selling 70 books and work on paper.Seems very low key a bit like their share price. I gather they will have further auctions throughout the year with some rostrom auctions at St Geaorges Street.
picnic: Sorry needleboy not a clue really.Still time for a trading statement I suppose. Did notice that on the Mayfair Phi' website re their Lingfield auction" a success with vast majority of material selling and a great deal greatly exceeding our Estimates" sounds a promising start. Also noticed on the Scholium website that they have finally got their share price ticker nearly working . I think they really need a new website myself , maybe later when they are a bit bigger. Here's hoping.
picnic: Certainly busy on the fair front,from26/10 to 19/11they have the INK London,TEFAF New York,Chelsea,Boston and Hong Kong .py guillemet is at the Frankfurt book fair now (See RNS) Peter Gyllenhammar had to pay 52.5 for his last lot.I wonder if he is pausing for a while as the share price was not in periodic auction for the first time in months today(just guessing) I wonder if they managed to sell that Matisse Jazz Art book for £400k at the Frieze show last weekend?
battlebus2: Peter Gylenhammar adding again... hTTps://
battlebus2: Hi mod farm, yes lack of interest here at the minute but hopefully a return to profit and any acquisitions may help. Liquidity also an issue so buying for the longer term seems sensible imv Looks very cheap to me and hopefully over time we will see a decent rise in share price.
hugepants: Yep the share price would suggest this company is heavily loss-making but its eked out an H1 profit. If things continue to improve in H2 I think the shares will rerate closer to NAV.
trekker60: Philanderer: "No interest whatsoever, no trades........" I bought a small holding in this a few months ago as an alternative investment/below the radar type investment - and as such, I fully expect that the only influence which will (hopefully) drive the price up in the longer term is results. So no real surprise that MMs are currently trying to generate a bit of business by reducing the share price. In the absence so far of any definite bad news, for me, the original investment case still stands. One for the patient, I think, unless any definite negative news emerges to cause a rethink.
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