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THAL Thalassa Holdings Limited

26.50
0.00 (0.00%)
19 Jul 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Thalassa Holdings Limited LSE:THAL London Ordinary Share VGG878801114 ORD SHS USD0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 26.50 25.00 28.00 26.50 26.50 26.50 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Oil & Gas Field Services,nec 252k -892k -0.1123 -2.36 2.11M
Thalassa Holdings Limited is listed in the Oil & Gas Field Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker THAL. The last closing price for Thalassa was 26.50p. Over the last year, Thalassa shares have traded in a share price range of 22.20p to 29.00p.

Thalassa currently has 7,945,838 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Thalassa is £2.11 million. Thalassa has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -2.36.

Thalassa Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/9/2020
11:17
More ramblings from the Sage of Sidcup. As Boris pretends to be Churchill, the poor man’s Warren Buffett announces revenue of a quarter of a million (rofl).
THAL has been reduced to a bet against the market and there are more sensible ways of doing that than buying its shares.

mr macgregor
26/6/2020
16:16
As an ex holder of LSR who nearly ended up with these. If anyone is considering buying, please do some research, it wont take long to confirm what Varies says is true
hindsight
26/6/2020
15:57
Am I right in saying THAL owns 10% off NWT, which I think is a dog of a company, DS doesn't always make good calls.
owenski
26/6/2020
15:16
Mr Soukup runs this company just as he pleases and there is little predicting what he will do next. I was very put out when he strengthened his control a year or two ago by creating a new class of preference shares for this sole purpose, now mercifully abolished. Handsome fees for the company lawyers but of no benefit to any shareholders other than Mr. S.
Can Thalassa have done well out of taking over Local Shopping REIT ? We shall never know as the effect of this transaction is buried under subsequent transactions.
Can we trust the high Net Asset Value claimed ?
I now watch with interest from the sidelines.

varies
26/6/2020
12:38
Church House sold out - that is typically a strong BUY signal ! Excellent News!
baner
26/6/2020
11:04
Thalassa looks attractive from a risk/reward aspect. Soukup has his own Money involved and i am sure Will buy back more shares unless discount to TNAV reduce significantly. Huge turnover in stock today - Lombard likely to reduce - but WHO is buying?
baner
21/3/2020
17:25
Not a great time for England's Warren Buffett to have lent money to a Croatian hotel and leisure group ; )
mr macgregor
27/1/2020
11:14
Mr Soukup has become as unpredictable as Mr. Trump. Does he have any expertise in Dalmatian resorts ?
When I sold the last of my own Thalassa shares, I overlooked a small holding held by my son. These have now been sold too.
Only those with blind faith in Mr Soukup should think of investing here.

varies
27/1/2020
08:33
"I am thrilled to be involved in such an exciting opportunity"

Have the rest of the Thalassa staff left Suckup on his own?

mr macgregor
18/9/2019
20:58
hindsight
Thanks.
I have indeed done better by selling my Thal shares and putting the money into LSR and I am glad to have received the proceeds.
I doubt if I will invest in Thal again.

varies
18/9/2019
15:32
Imagine you are on top now Varies, it was only a matter of when, not if


Hindsight
How right you are.
I have sold most of my shares recently at about 80p.
I bought LSR shares with part of the proceeds as a form of "arbitrage" and am now showing a 5% loss on these. So I don't feel that I have been very clever.
For THAL shareholders (except perhaps Mr S) and for LSR shareholders it would have made sense for THAL to accept the LSR cash offered and move on.
As it is, both companies are wasting money on lawyers and it is difficult to see a happy outcome.

hindsight
12/9/2019
08:26
Apologies, varies, I wasn't meaning you specifically,and I agree with you above.
gfrae
11/9/2019
17:29
gfrae
I am sorry if you regard my modest intervention as attempting to talk the price down.
If only Mr Soukup could be relied upon desist from corporate actions for a few months, we might well see the share price recover.

varies
10/9/2019
21:16
At least with this share you may be a winner even if it goes down. If the price falls NAV will increase as shares are bought in.
So you may talk it down as much as you wish so far as I am concerned !

gfrae
10/9/2019
17:10
The extraordinary behaviour of Mr Soukup warrants a big discount from NAV.
I still cannot understand why he wasted so much time and money on LSR. Does he now propose to run a property company ?
Nor did I care for the issue of preference shares now cancelled; lawyers and accountants employed on these silly games are not cheap.
I must admit, all the same, that his gloomy outlook on world stock markets is rather persuasive even if it provides little reason for buying THAL shares.

varies
10/9/2019
16:11
Sleepy knows of what he speaks.
rndm355
10/9/2019
15:22
gfrae - perhaps there is a good reason for the valuation
sleepy
10/9/2019
14:29
These shares are currently valued at only the same as their cash in the bank, which is only half of their NAV, with perhaps another 20p due from GWP in the near future.
gfrae
28/8/2019
09:28
Exceptional administration costs were $0.6m (1H18: nil) and were all in connection with the Lapsed Offer to acquire The Local Shopping REIT plc.

Ego costs part one, part two will be in next accounts

hindsight
28/8/2019
08:38
HHmm interesting
LSR valued at 21.5p per share in the accounts
Tax avoidance at it's very best

ntv
19/6/2019
16:29
Nice to get some good news for a change.
tanneg
17/6/2019
10:38
Hindsight
How right you are.
I have sold most of my shares recently at about 80p.
I bought LSR shares with part of the proceeds as a form of "arbitrage" and am now showing a 5% loss on these. So I don't feel that I have been very clever.
For THAL shareholders (except perhaps Mr S) and for LSR shareholders it would have made sense for THAL to accept the LSR cash offered and move on.
As it is, both companies are wasting money on lawyers and it is difficult to see a happy outcome.

varies
17/6/2019
10:16
Suggest shareholders of Thal ask the company how much this crusade with LSR has cost so far. The cost being two fold, firstly thier own costs and secondly the lose on the LSR holding value
hindsight
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