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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ted Baker Plc LSE:TED London Ordinary Share GB0001048619 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.20 -2.75% 113.00 110.40 111.00 122.00 105.10 113.10 4,248,356 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 630.5 -79.9 -158.0 - 50

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/6/2020
15:47
I had 10,000 shares - I've been allocated 5714 at 75p each, so far. But let's say I only get my allocation, but in the week they come onto the market buy back the other 3rd or so, for much less than the 125p each I sold them for, then I haven't lost out - at least not on the number of shares or even much on the price. As it stands, I could buy my entire holding back today for £1.5K cheaper than what I sold it for yesterday. I'm not passing judgement on what others choose to do here, but to me it seemed to be common sense and a more calculated risk than merely hoping there's a decent premium to the share price once we take up our allocations. Chances are, the market price at cop on admission day and 75p aren't going to be that far apart.
knowbodyyouno
03/6/2020
15:38
My original purchase price was 92.7 so I have sold at a profit and can buy an allocation at 75p with a chance of buying more.
toffeeman
03/6/2020
15:34
The shares that you are entitled to at 75p aren't some gift. They are part of the overall investment you have. You cannot look at them in isolation and consider the profit on those above 75p. What's relevant is the fair value of the shares post completion of the fund raising. In other words, what is a fair market cap for a near debt free Ted ? The ensuing share price determines whether the shares are a buy or a sell at 109p, not the fact that some shares are available at 75p
dealy
03/6/2020
14:50
You can sell today and buy back 4/7 at 75p. But unless you get more than your allocation you will own 4/7 or roughly half the original, so approx 1/4 of previous holding if my calculation is correct. If the share price is 200p plus in the next year which doesn't seem beyond the bounds of possibility them you will have got a bad deal.
buoycat
03/6/2020
13:01
I find it extraordinary that there are still buyers at this level. However, either way it goes now is fine with me. Up, well I increase on those I'm entitled to at 75p. Down, the more I saved selling out early and the lower I can get back in regardless of what happens with the excess shares from the open offer. That's my logic anyway. Perhaps there's a flaw in it that I'm missing.
knowbodyyouno
03/6/2020
11:55
I sold my small holding today at a profit and will use the funds to buy back my 4 for 7 and the extra to apply for the open offer. Seems crazy no to and I should have done it yesterday!
toffeeman
02/6/2020
21:51
market is booming right now. people dont sell for a 5% gain
dealy
02/6/2020
21:33
Dont worry you'll be able to by c80p
shaf200
02/6/2020
19:45
"If there is an over-subscription resulting from excess applications, allocations in respect of such excess applications will be scaled down at the absolute discretion of the Directors in consultation with the Underwriters" I recall a massively oversubscribed IPO in the dotcom era. The CEO told me that they plucked out applications from friends and family and gave them full allocation, everyone else got very scaled back. I wonder if things have really changed much since then.
typo56
02/6/2020
18:05
I.e. first come first served or in what sense?
knowbodyyouno
02/6/2020
18:02
They just scale back
toffeeman
02/6/2020
17:56
The only thing I'm wondering is when/how to they allocate and extra shares that are applied for? What's the process?
knowbodyyouno
02/6/2020
17:50
got mine on II, responded and took the pref shares..
londonvalinv
02/6/2020
17:06
My placing share allocation is visible in my HSBC invest direct account. They're listed as 'sub shares'. Presumably once the paperwork is complete and returned and they're paid for, the transaction will show as 'executed'. In any case, I sold my entire holding today at 125p No wisdom that I can follow in watching it drift down to, IMO, £1 or below and doing nothing. I'll take up the subscription, but only if it remains at significant discount to the share price at the time. I'm not even convinced by the plan. The sense I get from the prospectus was that TED was teetering on the brink of administration. Touch and go. As we move into a deep recession and Brexit, is this the environment within which a decimated company can rise from the ashes? I'm not so sure. There may be better recovery plays still out there.
knowbodyyouno
02/6/2020
16:24
Big fat gypsy sale coming
onjohn
02/6/2020
16:15
just because the lucky few could buy at 75p it doesn't mean the shares will fall to 75p. most of those shares are in very safe hands. this wasn't a bucket shop placing
dealy
02/6/2020
15:58
I am with Interactive Inverter no corporate notification yet. ?
scoble2
02/6/2020
15:04
It does seem to have been a bit of a gift for shorters
typo56
02/6/2020
14:45
This will drop below 100p... intact it will get to the placing price
shaf200
02/6/2020
12:29
tosca has lost £80m or more here gonna lose the lot
tjbird
02/6/2020
12:28
careful of 75p share on way being dumped when start of trading for the 75p shares?
tjbird
02/6/2020
11:57
this will be very tightly held I imagine. 75% of shares on the hands of 5 parties
dealy
02/6/2020
11:08
My assumption would be that those numbers are inclusive of potential claw back from the open offer, as they are lower than the numbers given were the open offer not to be fully subscribed. There's a helpful breakdown on p.7 of the prospectus, but the numbers excluding the impact of the Offer for Subscription are as follows: Ray: 29,087,107 - 17.0 % Tosca:48,743,866 - 28.5 % Threadneedle: 21,188,799 - 12.4 % Schroders: 24,308,167 - 14.2 % Affiliated Managers: 2,607,518 - 1.5 % HL: 2,561,299 - 1.5 % That's reading of it anyway. I also read a guardian article that suggests the open offer won't change much in terms of where the percentages fall.
knowbodyyouno
02/6/2020
10:16
Thanks knowbodyyouno on re-posting those numbers. What's still not clear to me is if those are the maximum holdings they would end with, were they not subject to clawback on the conditional placing ("the Placing"). If the open offer shares are fully allocated, won't all their conditionally placed shares be clawed back? The RNS wording states, "....has agreed to acquire up to xxx,xxx,xx New Shares in the Firm Placing and the Placing (subject to clawback to satisfy valid applications under the Open Offer)..."
typo56
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