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Silver Falcon LSE:SILF London Ordinary Share GB00BYX3WZ24 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 3.75p 0 05:30:10
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Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments -0.52 -0.80 2.4

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davethechef: Interim Results, ending 3o June Cash balance & outlook still positive/hopeful
hedgehog 100: 01/06/2016 09:43 UKREG Silver Falcon PLC Posting of Annual Report & Accounts "Further to the announcement on 28 April 2016 of the Final Results for the period ended 31 December 2015 and the publishing of those results on the Company's website (, the Company is pleased to announce that the Annual Report & Accounts for that period has now been posted to shareholders. The Annual General Meeting will take place at 5 Fleet Place, London, EC4M 7RD on 28 June at 4.00 pm." SILF has been suspended since 23rd. December 2015, but because it's main-listed the 6 month AIM time limit for suspensions does not apply.
someuwin: Not sure why they felt they had to suspend. Share price movement wasn't that 'significant'. All will be revealed soon no doubt.
hedgehog 100: "The great tech payday - How websites and apps are transforming high streets as digital payment firms report booming business By HOLLY BLACK FOR THE DAILY MAIL PUBLISHED: 22:00, 3 December 2015 | UPDATED: 07:27, 4 December 2015 A quiet revolution is taking place on the High Street. Instead of having customers fight over the best bargains in stores, retailers saw their websites crash on Black Friday last week as waves of shoppers headed online. In recent days, digital payments firms including Worldpay have reported booming business from overseas markets such as China. In contrast, bank note producer De La Rue revealed that it will be cutting production by a quarter as the world increasingly goes cashless. Debenhams has been given a bleak prognosis by Wall Street giant Goldman Sachs over whether it can hold off the threat of online shopping. And yesterday, former Barclays boss Antony Jenkins declared that banking may be about to have its ‘Uber moment’. He was referring to the phenomenally popular low-cost mobile phone app for booking taxis. A generational shift from older shoppers used to using cash in stores to younger ones who use the web and mobile phone apps is causing a rift on the High Street. As ever, there will be winners and losers in the battle to keep up with the pace of change. It’s already taking grip in the banking sector. Banks without branches are being established, notably Atom Bank, a service for those who only want to bank using an app on their smartphone. This week Spanish lender BBVA took a 30 per cent stake in it – spending £45million to access retail customers in Britain for the first time. George O’Connor, director at analysts Panmure Gordon, said: ‘We are living in a golden age. Technology has become part of the fabric of our lives. If I want food, if I want to find love, I just pick up my phone. It’s a digital revolution.’ Worldpay is one of those to benefit. It processed 11.5billion payments in the year to June – some 16 per cent more than the year before. It reflects what’s happening on the High Street. For example, on Black Friday, shoppers spent £1.1billion online in the day – a rise of 36 per cent compared with last year. Meanwhile, footfall in High Street stores was down by 5 per cent. Colin McLean, managing director at fund managers SVM Asset Management, said: ‘The way people live, work and travel is changing and it is clear that some industries face disruption and might not survive in their present form.’ He names former High Street stalwarts Woolworths, Comet and Phones 4u as just some of the most recent casualties of the changing habits of shoppers. New firms are able to start with a clean sheet of paper, focusing on the security and functionality of their apps and websites. B EING online-only lets firms cut their prices, while focusing on distribution and providing a good customer experience. One example is Eagle Eye, an app which lets shoppers redeem coupons at the till and build up rewards for using vouchers. But more established firms are set to benefit from the trend too. Jeremy Gleeson, manager of the Axa Framlington Global Technology fund, has a big investment in payments firm Visa, which has boomed during the growth in online payments. He said: ‘Once upon a time you might only use a card for a substantial purchase but today they are the most convenient, quick and safe way to pay.’ With security of prime importance to shoppers, PayPal could also benefit from the rise in online shopping. A growing number of retailers have websites which allow customers to check out using their PayPal account rather than having to enter their credit card details. And the growth and security of Apple Pay has allowed firms such as NXP Semiconductors, a Dutch company which makes the chips that provide the secure identification in iPhones, to soar. The Nasdaq-listed company has seen its share price jump from 16cents to 92cents over the past five years. For many though, today’s tech boom will bear a worrying resemblance to the 90s bubble which burst so painfully. Major investment firm Fidelity recently cut its stake in photo-sharing app Snapchat by a quarter. Mobile payments technology business Monitise has endured a spectacular fall from grace, as competitors including Apple have muscled into the sector. Its share price is down from 81p at the start of 2014 to just 3.14p today. But for the firms who do succeed, there is a fortune to be made. Tom Becket, chief investment officer at Psigma, says giants such as Apple, Alphabet (formerly Google) and Amazon will benefit. He said: ‘These are classic examples of wonderfully innovative companies which have spotted their opportunity and exploited it superbly.’"
hedgehog 100: 07/12/2015 17:44 ALNC Silver Falcon Calls Recent Press Speculation "Factually Incorrect" 07/12/2015 17:36 UKREG Silver Falcon PLC Statement re: media speculation "Statement regarding media speculation and share price movement Silver Falcon PLC (LSE: SILF), the Main Board listed special purpose acquisition company set up to acquire businesses in the FinTech space, notes recent press speculation and movements in its share price. The Company notes that a number of material pieces of information in recent press speculation are factually incorrect and should not be relied upon. Whilst the Company has had initial discussions with a possible target concerning a possible transaction, all such discussions are at a preliminary stage. No exclusivity agreement or other binding, or non-binding agreements have been entered into with any party, and there is no certainty that any such agreements will be made. A further announcement will be made in due course."
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