Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Thalassa Holdings Limited LSE:THAL London Ordinary Share VGG878801031 ORD SHS USD0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 80.50p 78.00p 83.00p 80.50p 80.50p 80.50p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil Equipment Services & Distribution 0.0 -5.1 29.8 2.6 14

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/8/2017
07:55
Yes, it is strange, that line doesn't appear separately in the 2016 AR even though they today say it was an $600,000 expense in 2016.
cockerhoop
01/8/2017
07:51
Not sure what to make of that. Good results with some bad mixed in.Hoping the buyback can continue now to support the sp
jmf69
01/8/2017
07:36
'Interest Expense of $1.3m (1H16: $0.2m) reflects accrued interest on inter company loans between the parent company and its subsidiaries.'
cockerhoop
01/8/2017
07:31
What on earth is that "Interest Expense"? The depreciation charge has been sharply ramped up to compensate for the new equipment bought (not that the last set of FY results mentioned that new equipment had been bought). The buyback should support the share price but you invest in Duncan at your peril.
frazboy
31/7/2017
12:53
THAL has bought another 400k LSR @ c31.5p. A strange move; but perhaps a prescient move.
skyship
14/7/2017
07:58
Could PNG be a shell to back ARL post investment into?
cockerhoop
14/7/2017
07:57
JMF69, There was a discussion earlier whether the 3rd party should have considered taking the whole company over - I imagine HE was responding to that. Regards you expecting more selling I think the £4m buyback along with decent operational performance will support the price.
cockerhoop
13/7/2017
20:49
Not sure what LSR or PNG have to do with anything? Wasn't the offer just for WGP?
jmf69
13/7/2017
18:13
Buyer wouldn't want to be lumbered with LSR and PNG. Probably why they did go aggressive. DS doesn't have a blocking stake iirc.
horndean eagle
13/7/2017
16:39
I was expecting more selling after todays news
jmf69
13/7/2017
15:41
I was a little disappointed with the outcome this morning but not disappointed enough to sell at a stupidly cheap price. I would be interested to know if the buy back will be a little more aggressive now or whether they will be passive and let the sellers come to them and mop up liquidity. On the issue of why the buyer wouldn't make an offer for the entire company in the market, would DS's % holding block this?
greenroom78
13/7/2017
12:00
Stemis, I don't think we're short of potential catalysts: Improved trading/Oil Price Increase External investment in ARL Significant Share Buyback Further takeover activity and of course discovery of Gold/Diamonds in PNG or a exponential increase in hunting lodge rates :-)
cockerhoop
13/7/2017
11:13
I think it's clear that Thalassa is very undervalued however I guess the issue is what is going to change it...
stemis
13/7/2017
10:58
Kooba, Good commentary, I'm also encouraged by today's statement. I think it reduces the fear (I had) of DS taking the company out on the cheap as it has in effect valued an unacceptable offer. It would be scandalous for DS to take it out lower now without a deterioration in trading. All the commentary is suggesting 2017 will be a decent year. The buyback isn't limited to shares in the public hands but should underpin the current share price
cockerhoop
13/7/2017
10:36
I am still holding and very good analysis. Interim results should be good and there is nothing stopping the potential buyer coming back in with a better offer?
jmf69
13/7/2017
10:30
So unacceptable offer for WGP And a stake in robotics was equivalent of current market cap..£15m plus.The company then has cash and liquid investments worth a further £13m?Substantial share buyback.21.6m outstanding 42.1% not in public hands...9.1mLeaves 12.5m shares available to buyback.Company has only used £225k of initial £2m share buyback now extended to £4m...so £3.775m to do.At 66p that would be 5.7m shares from the free float of 12.5m...some 45%!Not surprised they are going to aggressively buy back and since recent offer plus other assets about double current price think they will not be afraid to buy up I expect.Question is why would the buyer not bid for whole company.Gets WGP all of robotics and £13m of cash and cash equivalents!Maybe they will! Holder personal view.
kooba
13/7/2017
09:47
Given the current market cap is around £14.5m. That equates to a buyback of just over 25%
jmf69
13/7/2017
09:29
As at 31st Jan they had utilised £222,500 which still leaves £3,777,500
jmf69
13/7/2017
09:24
Correction on share buyback amount. They have utilised about 1.5m so far and that leaves 2.5m. About 15% of potential shares at current levels.
horndean eagle
13/7/2017
09:14
I've exited my small position this morning. Is all way too complicated and cloak and dagger for my simple mind. KISS Good luck to those holding.
pj 1
13/7/2017
09:03
That share buyback is pretty chunky. Equates to about 25% of current market cap. Wondering whether Duncan is looking to take over the company on the cheap via backdoor buy backs.
horndean eagle
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