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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Share Plc LSE:SHRE London Ordinary Share GB0001977866 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 25.75 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 21.04 -0.02 39
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 25.75 GBX

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03/12/2020
08:20
Share Daily Update: Share Plc is listed in the General Financial sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SHRE. The last closing price for Share was 25.75p.
Share Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 23.50p.
There are currently 150,796,725 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Share Plc is £38,830,156.69.
17/7/2020
17:03
cfro: How many do you own newforestlad? I've had my payout today. They paid in two lots - the first the 4.1p and the second payout - the fractional entitlement made up the largest. All in all it simply added up to 41p a share. Worth holding on for.
23/6/2020
19:08
gateside: Agree don't think SHRE have handled this very well, sold my 500 shares at 31p last week as i was given similar advice.
23/6/2020
15:04
jamielein: One risk to that strategy: However, if the total cash required to satisfy the cash consideration (including under the proposals to be made to participants in the Share plc Share Schemes) and the fractional entitlements to New ii Shares exceeds £16.2 million, ii may elect, at its sole discretion, to either (i) provide additional cash to settle in full such fractional entitlements; or (ii) scale back payments of cash in respect of the fractional entitlements to New ii Shares pro rata to the fractional entitlements and the remaining fractional entitlements to New ii Shares will be aggregated and issued to a nominee (the "Nominee"). The Nominee will hold the New ii Shares issued to satisfy such fractional entitlements to New ii Shares (the "Fractional Entitlement Shares") for the benefit of Share plc Shareholders entitled to the Fractional Entitlement Shares. Such Share plc Shareholders will be entitled to receive the proceeds of the sale of the Fractional Entitlement Shares when they are sold, which is expected to be in connection with any future sale or initial public offering of ii. In addition ii or its nominee will have the right, but not the obligation, to purchase the Fractional Entitlement Shares at the Agreed New ii Share Valuation for a period of 12 months from the Effective Date. So you could still end up with a proportion of an unlisted share in ii group.
23/6/2020
14:40
cfro: Yes, i've had clarification that if you hold less than the 1196 then you get 41p in cash. So a 1000 shares you would get back £410. So for those that dont hold any shares might be worth buying a few to get some free money on offer! (so for instance you could purchase 1000 shares for currently 27.5p or £275 - no dealing charges - and get back 41p a share or £410 a profit of £135!)
22/6/2020
19:13
jamielein: The cash element is 4.1p but the stock element (unlisted ii stock) makes up the other 36.9p per share. If you are entitled to a fraction of an ii share, then they will pay out the 36.9p per share as cash for the fraction. This is called a fractional entitlement. Anyone with under 1197 shares should end up with the 41p per share. If you have 1197 shares exactly, you’d receive 4.1p per share plus 1 ii share. If you have 1198 shares you’d receive 4.1p per share plus 1 ii share plus 36.9p for the fraction, etc. That’s how I understand it anyway.
22/6/2020
18:02
eeza: Well the email I got from SHRE last Friday mentioned 4.10p & 41.00p. The sense seemed to be a payout of 4.10p for holdings under 1100+ so I emailed for clarification. The reply was 4.10p. So I have sold my 600 shares today for 26.10p. If I have been mislead then I will take it further.
22/6/2020
15:18
eeza: I emailed SHRE cust services on Friday regarding clarification as to whether the payment I would receive was 4.1p or 41p. I have 600 shares. The reply this morning was ' I can confirm that you will receive 4.1p.'
22/6/2020
13:48
dlewis1: I'm assuming you had more than the 1197 shares. Holders having below 1197 shares on 30th June will get cash 40p per share so better to wait and get the 40p if you're in that category.
22/6/2020
11:55
gateside: Sold my remaining holding last week at just over 31pDon't want to be left holding interactive investor shares that you can't trade.Not sure what customer service will be like when ii take the reigns. Thinking I might switch to HL - as they have a reputation for good customer service like The Share Centre do.
20/2/2020
07:22
thamestrader: Seems a good plan gates. I don't have any SHRE shares, but do have a trading account here, which I quite like. But each year I will be transferring holdings into my ISA (at HL.), leaving less and less in share.com. Eventually there won't be enough in share.com to justify the £24/quarter frequent dealing fee (it's borderline already), so I'll need a platform with no monthly fee, even if the cost per trade is a bit higher. The new ii/share might offer one, in which case I'll stick with them, otherwise I'll be looking elsewhere.
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