Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Worthington Group Plc LSE:WRN London Ordinary Share GB00B01YQ796 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 87.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 0.26 -5.29 -42.00 11
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 0.00 GBX

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Worthington Daily Update: Worthington Group Plc is listed in the Personal Goods sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WRN. The last closing price for Worthington was 87p.
Worthington Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 0p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 12,869,645 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Worthington Group Plc is £11,196,591.15.
andy: Another 100 RAP trade worth 24 Euros (around £21!) on the SIX pushes up the share price by 50%: 14.10.2019 0.24 100 11.10.2019 0.165 60'000 10.10.2019 0.24 31'710 09.10.2019 0.278 100 08.10.2019 0.20 0
davidkip: The FGCN sales are a requirement of the CVA it seems (agreement requires 'some' of the stock to be sold each quarter) - so in order to meet the terms of the CVA and kick it down the road, Dazza sold some shares to himself. The 3 year CVA is still ongoing because there appears to be enough assets (USD exchange rate allowing) to just meet the creditors. That however will require the FGCN shares to stay or increase upwards from current $1.09, and also for BC to be able to sell best part of a million dollars worth of them. But as long as the share price of FGCN stays where it is, formally speaking the CVA isn't breached. The original stock may well have come from this share sale (by Stansbridge, ie the FGCN President) at 5c. hTtps://
roydyor: A lot of activity from the apologists today, has the share price gone up?
roydyor: Whetstone had a NAV of less than 1p when they were suspended and the share price was falling rapidly from 45p at one time to 3p. The only people that have lost the shareholders money are Biggar and Earley. What good was 3p a share to the majority of WRN shareholders with free shares, especially after the large dealing costs?
andy: Looking at the OTC for RAP, (RPNRF), yesterday there were 2 trades, part of a 150,000 trade that reduced the share price from 35 cents to 32 cents, the only trades of the day. 2019-09-05 Q RPNRF 0.32 0.32 0.32 0.32 -0.0035 150,000 Then today, 2 seconds after the open: Time ET Ex Price Change Volume 09:30:02 Q 0.394 0.074 100 A 100 share trade, worth a grand total of around £33, has moved the price 15% higher than it was before the 150,000 sell yesterday.
philobeddoe: Knigelk lost a LOT of money trading WRN before suspension, that's where his grudge against this company stems from. He followed the herd in when WRN shot up 2500% but he hesitated too long and totally mistimed his entry - he was late to the party and bought in near the top. Then came the liberty sell off which caused the share price to suddenly plummet. He held for a while hoping and praying it'd go back up, his paper loss widening by the minute. Eventually his nerves got the better of him and he panicked and sold out at a massive loss. He was left feeling extremely angry and bitter about it. His hatred was primarily directed at the company but also at the "rampers" who he blames for leading him into the stock. He sold out at a massive loss and was left wanting just two things; (1) that all remaining shareholders would also lose out just like he did (2) that the company would ultimately not survive. However much money knigelk lost on WRN it was clearly a substantial sum that left him so full of hate and bitterness that he has felt compelled to spend almost every day for the last five years attacking both the company and it's shareholders whilst doing everything in his power to put a negative spin on any and all comment that gets posted. He is the very definition of a chat board troll and should be thoroughly ashamed of his disgraceful conduct on this forum.
knigel: Indeed David, GS still not understanding the flaw in his argument this morning "everyone could see were this was heading" is his excuse for why did the sellers sell at 10p. FFS explain then why so many apparently were keen to buy on the off? Especially after the mess at Worthington - once bitten.. How did so many get registered for Britdaq membership so quickly. So many high net worth individuals out there. Perhaps a WhatsApp group got wind of the set up? Unless someone can explain were the money went, it appears DC and WE made a nice killing selling their shares early doors even though they knew the share price would go higher to 30p pmsl Did they know when to stop selling? Did the buyers know when to stop buying? If this was the best investment since slice bread, then why did some (like JJWFC) sell out and bank a nice profit at 20-30p? How many are now under water who acquired the shares from these sellers at 20-30p since the share price is frozen now at 3p? GS is a shareholder and I understand he wants to promote the positives. It's just that to most of us, the negatives far outweigh the positives and have for some time.
knigel: GS makes his first appearance in ages on LSE to attack a poster (instead of asking why Whetstone has been removed from Britdaq - it seems a blind spot for the rampers that it might simply not matter anymore unless they sold out alreadyl He asks the most stupid question ever. Why did Wulstan & Co. sell at 10p when they could sell at 30p? Simple answer; how were they to flipping know that the share price would go up to 30p a few weeks later and 25 times NAV!? They could not see the future and they probably couldnt believe there were buyers at 10p on a 1p NAV share with no history - I would have sold at 10p if I had freebies. Its like saying why did anyone buy at 30p when the share price went back down to 3p ffs.. Btw another reason the share price went up to 30p is clear - under a share matching system a buyer can buy at a price matched by a seller - and if the seller has a few buyers in the pipeline then of course they will keep increasing their sell price. Remember we don't know if it was the same handful of people buying and selling off one another in the first few months before most other shareholders got their certificates or became high worth investors and eligble to trade on Britdaq. The simple fact is the Whetstone could never become a £2 billion company while on Britdaq or making a nimber of small deals. Why people believed it is the mystery .. since I repeat, there was no track recotd to suggest it was ever achievable excluding the band of blind faith rampers the company had as their main asset
sweet karolina2: "capture the attention of the punters with the lovely shiny-shiny share price in the left hand, or with all those future shiny listings or future sparkly deals that the left hand is pointing towards, or about to open to reveal, when the punters should really have been looking at what the right hand has been getting up to in the meantime." Shiny left hand like this you mean: "Furthermore, the fact that Britdaq is simply a regulated share matching platform has allowed us to develop essentially as a private company. In the light of the campaign of tortious interference highlighted on this website, that has very much been in the Company’s interest - although I’m very hopeful that the Company will be in a position to update shareholders before Christmas." "I now want to put some flesh on the bones of what I expect that miracle to look like: The Whetstone share price to exceed the highest share price for Worthington in 2014 and for the audited net asset value per share of Whetstone to exceed the highest audited or unaudited net asset value per share of Worthington in 2014; and My 30 year promise to be fulfilled; and For Worthington to come out of liquidation via CVA" "When Whetstone shares do exceed £2.38 per share, when Worthington has come out of liquidation, and when I have fulfilled my 30 year promise, I have little doubt that the gifting of shares will be copied by others trying to emulate what will have been a unique and extraordinary story."
spary1: Bbms, I think WHET will go a long way for various reasons People said there would never be gifted shares but here we are People said there would never be deals but we have had 2 already. Admittedly RAP isn’t performing the best at the moment, maybe sale were up over Christmas ? Maybe it just needs to update the market regarding profits ? At the moment it seems to be just the share price that is languishing not the company but that seems to happen to most share price in between company updates ? NARC, Phil put up a much better case than I ever could yesterday you can make a hit game that brings in millions on a very small budget. Flappy bird took an indie developer less than a week to make. It made $50k a day in revenue at it's height. Angry birds (the original game) made tens of millions in revenue, $1.5 million a day. It cost $140,000 to make. Fortnite cost around $70,000 to make. It made $300m in the first 200 days alone - and that was just on IOS. If the game is good and in demand, it may need very little additional funding. Word of mouth gets round in the gaming circle, there's no need for big spend on marketing. Popular games market themselves. Look at who is heading Narc and how he was involved with EVE the highly successful MMO that was sold for $425 million in September of this year. This isn’t some obscure developer is it, again this is someone who has grown up and running is own company which makes you more determined does it not ? Further deals, shows the guys have been busy and actively pursuing deals does it not Funding, obviously there is some or deals wouldn’t be getting done, yes we need an update on that Aidan, yep he has made mistakes in the past for sure, but mistakes sometimes need to be made to build a stronger understanding and make sure they don’t happen again, look back to the case that SK points out, how old was he then, early twenties wasn’t it, I think 30 odd years later that a lot has been learnt, also With The FCA looking at WRN tells you a couple of things, not able to comment until 2020, really, are they struggling to find anything ? With the FCA taking a look at WRN don’t you think Whet will be squeaky clean ? Also why say on a blog about WEN coming back, with all the attention on him you wouldn’t post that lightly due to the scrutiny from those who choose to attack the 2 companies, also the same regarding the share price prediction of being higher than the highest WRN price ? You wouldn’t make that statement lightly would you due to all the attention it would bring if it didn’t happen ?
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