Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Snoozebox LSE:ZZZ London Ordinary Share GB00B7D66J40 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.3575p 0.35p 0.365p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 2.4 -8.9 -3.0 - 1

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10/8/2015
15:17
It will be down to the change of management and the need to sort out and re-direct the business. It's in the past, the business appears busier than ever with a wider range of income sources. I notice that relentless sells just get mopped up, somebody must be patiently accumulating on a steady basis. Perhaps they want to get the business as cheaply as possible?
lefrene
07/8/2015
16:01
Apologies if I'm being lazy, but can anyone shed any light on the drop in turnover from 2013 to 2014. Seems dramatic and not really mentioned in the Annual Report. Cheers Rich
rich_harris
06/8/2015
12:37
It's pretty much a contract hire business, and made more so as they move into other areas that are not containers. The long term sites will be pretty much just about hire of the units, while the events side must need a lot more staff, especially if mini hotels are being set up with service staff. But I don't see any of it as difficult to account for, so indeed why not a proper statement? It occurs to me that if the Gov is clamping down on private landlords renting to undocumented refugees, then those people will have to go somewhere, and there must be a lot of them. This could be a slot for zzz to fill via councils who presumably will be the only legal authority these hapless persons can turn to?
lefrene
06/8/2015
11:10
Hi Lefrene My gut feel is that they have no idea how much they are making or losing. The long term rentals should be easy enough to account for but NOT SO SURE ABOUT THE EVENT side. I get the impression there are only a few of the new units available and therefore they sell out quickly but probably don't earn an awful lot either. as for the Snug things then how much these cost and their life span etc etc is all an unknown. The analysts at the moment can not really understand this business any better than we do. If the company was up to speed then A proper trading statement would have been released.
angus17
06/8/2015
10:21
angus17, one does get the impression that it is run more like a family business and that the shareholders should keep their noses out. At least turnover will be up, but how much are they making? Certainly not giving anything away with those few words.
lefrene
06/8/2015
07:12
Are these guys for real Something just isn't right here, I have never seen such a ridiculous statement. I just wonder if there are accounting issues with the increase in activities and they simply haven't been able to put a finger on where they actually stand, hence no real data until the actual interim results. Who knows but this is no way of running a plc.
angus17
06/8/2015
07:06
The silence is broken at last... "Snoozebox Holdings plc (AIM: ZZZ), ("Snoozebox") is having a busy event season with a substantial increase in the number of events compared to last year. Results for the 6 months ended 30 June will be published on the morning of Tuesday, 1 September 2015."
goodapple
05/8/2015
16:23
Looks like a few more tucked away today. Just wear down the bulls until they throw in the towel with boredom.
lefrene
04/8/2015
12:43
Well somebody must like them, as all I seem to see are sells which get mopped up. Perhaps this mooted deal with Mears and providing homes to councils will be the game changer? As for the rest, the country seems to be on events steroids, with outdoor shows absolutely everywhere, so I would think there is good demand for comfortable temporary accommodation. Lack of news would suggest an agenda, and others here have speculated an mbo being worked.
lefrene
04/8/2015
12:06
The number you need is 0207 3534200 but there is nobody there at the moment representing Snoozebox. Its the London PR firm that issues the RNS info. etc etc and not Snoozebox itself. the email is snoozebox@tulchangroup.com can't be bothered to send an email as I fear any response will be negative and the trading update when we eventually get one even worse. Hope not but I fear that if there were good news it would have been issued by now.
angus17
03/8/2015
09:57
Observer - I assume you have discussed your ongoing concerns with Lorcan O Murchu - what was his response? If you haven't I suggest that you do. 0207 457 2020
norbert colon
03/8/2015
09:34
I see the BOD continue to starve the market with news, no trading update in July like last year. No surprise there. In the meantime someone is happy to gobble up any loose private investor stock that hits the market. With the majority of stock held by a small number of institutional investors (some friendly to the company) it can only be a matter of time before we see either a bid or MBO in my view. Minorities would probably be offered a fair premium on the prevailing market price in such circumstances. Holding and waiting, could be worth a buy for a corporate move also IMO.
observer007
31/7/2015
10:36
No July update for us this year then!
goodapple
29/7/2015
10:02
actually a buy. It was mine.
angus17
29/7/2015
10:00
I agree Ob007, and I suspect that trade this morning was also a sell, even though it's marked as a buy.
lefrene
29/7/2015
09:17
goodapple I have been watching daily the trading in ZZZ for nearly 2 years - I have held for that time. Basically there has hardly been any retail buying for quite a while but there has been retail selling, all absorbed. The clue to some form of corporate action comes in the form of Kestral or BNY Mellon who have been building their position and are now up to 15%. The RNS suggests 'various other clients of Kestrel Partners LLP (through State Street Nominees Ltd)' The majority of ZZZ is held by a handful of major investors. It strikes me someone is taking out the free float which is now probably below 60m shares. All the makings of some corporate action here in my view.
observer007
29/7/2015
08:36
might buy a few before close today. gamble on tomorrow.
angus17
29/7/2015
08:26
How do you know that small sales are being "absorbed by some entity" as opposed to just some new small PI's?
goodapple
29/7/2015
07:39
If there is no trading update this week then it adds weight to the Management Buyout (MBO) theory in my view. Snoozebox has starved the market of news for months on end, a classic MBO tactic. It seems demand for the company's products is increasing strongly across a plethora of new arenas. ZZZ is expecting to enter a strong growth phase in 2016, now is an ideal time for a MBO therefore. The free float is so small and anything that comes on the market via bored retail selling is absorbed by some entity. If a MBO is planned they will not want minority investors so will probably buy them out at a premium. My guess is to get shot of the remaining retail punters they would need to pay 15p+
observer007
28/7/2015
08:08
trading update last July on the 28th Maybe tomorrow then re-reading last years it was all very positive. We shall soon see.
angus17
23/7/2015
13:33
I would expect them to leave the temporary housing negotiations to Mears group who have a long and successful relationship with councils. One wonders when the various entities that are accumulating here, will reveal their hand. Obviously if an MBO, then they want to get what they have built up on the cheap.
lefrene
23/7/2015
07:30
It would for the sales team/business development to promote and sell the idea of the units to councils. Doesn't look like any councils are taking this up then?
lennonsalive
23/7/2015
06:58
The Directors continue radio silence whilst every line of ever diminishing stock is taken up by some entity. ZZZ is a glamour business with destinations in some of the most sort after events (F1, Glastonbury, Goodwood etc etc) In my view it is clear as the light of day this will be taken private by some consortium, it could be management. Probably under 60m shares now in free float with the large majority held by friendly (to management) institutional investors. How can a move into a Premier League football club not be worthy of an RNS??? No update on the Mears Group contract, promised in March? Nothing news-worthy for months despite clear and ever increasing demand for the product. Bring on the bid.
observer007
22/7/2015
15:01
Break even? They are loading up on credit, so I guess they will be able to present the books as best suits their agenda, whatever it might be. I would expect to see turnover up substantially, but expenditure will also be significantly up as they expand the product range and the locations and types of location. They get good press coverage and appear to be growing strongly as a presence in the leisure and work market, for temporary accommodation. From the price activity I get the impression that share sales are being mopped up by somebody or a concert party. What are their intentions?
lefrene
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