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Yell Grp. LSE:YELL London Ordinary Share GB0031718066 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.20 0.00 01:00:00
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Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 1,609.90 -1,417.10 -51.10 29
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 1.20 GBX

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15/1/2016
17:59
pandora1: Well, Smelgy, perhaps we can find some common ground to have an adult discussion about macro-economics. All that has happened with the oil price collapse is a return to a free market in crude after the OPEC cartel's distortion since the early 1970's. Of course it is oversold, and of course there may well be a global recession caused by indebtedness. But the cheap oil must be overall a positive for the global economy. So Russia, Venezuela, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, et al will suffer. Hooray! All basket cases, that need punishment. Fracking, and technology making transport more and more parsimonious in their use of hydrocarbon fuels, and the necessary and increasingly competitive renewable energy sources, means a permanent reduction in demand for oil from unstable parts of the world. Imagine the Middle-East returning to the status quo ante. Of course, Putin is a danger, but hopefully the Russian people themselves will dispense with him when he fails to continue to deliver the prosperity that has temporarily fallen into his lap. The Chinese, who have likely been exaggerating their economic growth rates for decades, will find that their burgeoning middle-class, will not put up with an authoritarian corrupt government for very much longer. As long as the red-necks across the pond don't go for Trump, there is a lot of hope for the future of civilisation.
26/7/2013
03:43
spob: Hope someone listened to me........ Hibu: farewell to the business formerly known as Yell A debt-for-equity swap will eradicate current shareholders and leave creditors as the new owners of the Yellow Pages publisher http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/nils-pratley-on-finance/2013/jul/25/hibu-disappears-stock-market-yellow-pages
26/7/2012
22:33
1westham: Cope GSK not for me too much risk lol. doerx Shorting has killed this sp,bad management and decisions made with high cost purchases,such as the Spanish book purchase would never have been made in this global nightmare. Shorting by cash rich PI groups,(doing what was primarily reserved for institutional funds to protect a falling share price when long) systematically targeting share groups in mass will be proved to be the undoing of many a good company. This will be holding back Indices for years to come. Spain and Italy have been the first to ban shorting,if some restrictions have only been enforced on shorting financial companies in Italy. This will be a pre requisite to preserving the euro,and bans on shorting will be agreed throughout Europe and the ECB will then start to do whatever is required to accomplish a euro survival plan,making a fund available never seen before. It has been made too easy for gross profits to be made shorting at times of forced turmoil. Many old guard investors have been caught out in this get rich quick strategy. I do not feel it is the debt that is the problem,this has been well managed,the company new BOD's are playing a blinder in repaying debt on the cheap.(playing within the rules,the new rules that have evolved in this modern, if not semi corrupt world we live in. Today is the start for this company,they could have saved lots of these changes for the future,if they felt the way forward was to collapse existing s/holders. I feel 2011 and the long drawn out debt negotiation,the link up with Znode,Microsoft,buying of moonfruit and other m&a activity tells me there is life in the old dog yet. I must admit i have lost the plot with the short position here,i cannot understand why an enquiry has not been agreed. This was after all the most shorted share history has provided to date. I feel, for what its worth income will boomerang,this will be reported in the clear light of day when the company feel the time is right. I cannot see this current share price languishing at these lows for long,I certainly cannot see income dropping to force a massive D4E,but time will tell. I still have the placing price of 42p ringing in my ears and waiting for a decent forward statement to settle the ship. WTFDIK Good luck
26/7/2012
09:56
comedy: well the bounce will come ..today/tomorrow/next week??? 1.6p? 1.7p? or higher? who knows but the time the have greased the palms of gs and others to sort us out for the "new company"...will have made money..so most will pass us by..the minute mm's kick past 1.3p they will all try to get on..forgetting they missed the 25% from the bottom... best time to buy is when all red and negative..yesterday //today/ best time to sell all positive and rockets galore... ps my dream was they would have bought back some more debt first then 10% of shares at £2.5mill!!!!!!!!!!!!! then cancelled them...the £2.5mill isnt going to hurt the coffers but gets shorters having to buy... sp rises they get away a rights issue??? at a higher share price and pay back more debt??? after all yell shares were being bought tuesday at 1.7p...yesterday selling at 0.85p...today where will we end up where??? so the acutual share price means jack...but to use the shorters having to close in face of good news with less shares in circulation..a nice spike to get money in to pay back more debt... but the shares may come back down where we are...but we have less debt...isnt that the art of bartering???? selling something...then the buyers believes it is worth less...and you get it back for even less??? lol isnt that how the mm's burn the t traders here day in day out???
25/7/2012
12:34
wsgrocksit: They used the word "May" not "Will"! crosswire 25 Jul'12 - 12:28 - 73696 of 73696 http://www.standard.co.uk/business/business-news/yell-warns-review-will-lead-to-shareholder-dilution-7975825.html Yell warns review will lead to shareholder dilution Share 25 July 2012 Phone directories company Yell Group said it was considering options that may result in a dilution of existing shareholders' interests, as part of a capital structure review. "The group intends to consult with its key stakeholders, including lenders and shareholders over the coming months in order to put in place an appropriate group capital structure within the current financial year," the company said, adding that no decision had been made yet. Yell, which publishes paper phone books around the world, has been working to build on its digital offerings but continues to be weighed down by a massive load of debt. Net debt stood at £2.18 billion as of June 30. In May, the company reported a massive £1.42 billion loss before tax for last year and said it appointed Goldman Sachs and Greenhill as advisers to assist it with putting in place a new capital structure. For the first quarter ended June 30, Yell said revenue fell 15% to £331 million and that the adverse revenue and margin trends it reported in May continued to impact financial performance
25/7/2012
12:28
crosswire: http://www.standard.co.uk/business/business-news/yell-warns-review-will-lead-to-shareholder-dilution-7975825.html Yell warns review will lead to shareholder dilution Share 25 July 2012 Phone directories company Yell Group said it was considering options that may result in a dilution of existing shareholders' interests, as part of a capital structure review. "The group intends to consult with its key stakeholders, including lenders and shareholders over the coming months in order to put in place an appropriate group capital structure within the current financial year," the company said, adding that no decision had been made yet. Yell, which publishes paper phone books around the world, has been working to build on its digital offerings but continues to be weighed down by a massive load of debt. Net debt stood at £2.18 billion as of June 30. In May, the company reported a massive £1.42 billion loss before tax for last year and said it appointed Goldman Sachs and Greenhill as advisers to assist it with putting in place a new capital structure. For the first quarter ended June 30, Yell said revenue fell 15% to £331 million and that the adverse revenue and margin trends it reported in May continued to impact financial performance
25/7/2012
09:23
comedy: this is the only way to make money on stocks these days...bad news..manaufacture..hammer share price and then get huge volume...roll on a few days or weeks share price get sback to natural equilibrium..and they move to netx stock... lats week bor..thsi week rmp and yell...will yell really be 1p after the worst hammering this morning???so these gusy can make again???dont think so...will rise over coming month..with patinece i expect 2p before any capital restructure... nice to see they haent put in any moonfruit revenues in??? why is that??? Live websites include 72,000 of revenue generating Moonfruit website customers, excluded from % increase calculation
25/7/2012
08:59
comedy: bingo should have been 1p if i had stuck to my strategy but afraid niggling thought was numbers and share price could hit off to 3p to 4p and get left behind...but all good... remember yell has allowed many to make fortunes over last 2 months...once the negativity disappears..roll on a few days and share price will start to move back up..remember people were paying 1.78p and above yesterday:)
23/7/2012
17:31
stud-muffin: Bones What can they really say about digital that will pull up the sp? IMO nothing short of a 500m share buy back or a special divvy will lift the share price Neither of which will happen so that leaves at best a modest fall as people accept the disaster that is Yell is in the share price At worst if they dust off 'going concern' issues with a negative spin on the numbers beyond the bare bones of them and this will see sub 1p as a cert. On balance its not hard to see why shorters are closing - the downside is small but for 'seen it before' investors holding Yell past tommorow is high risk. If it goes the other way (up) after the inevitable auction it will allow peeps to buy in cheap enough.
18/7/2012
23:07
leaderzzz: Evening.. I hope everyone is enjoying the yell rollacoster! jeeze! Refreshing my mind to the 'yell' website and the recently purchased business's websites (moonfruit/ netbiscuits etc) and must admit, there is a complete and I mean 'complete' change of business going on with yell.. The strategy looks like the SME marketplace is literally going to be flooded with Yells sibling business's and associated companies. Moon fruit = web business to individuals and small business Hibu = small to medium business Netbiscuits = mobile platforms + IT solutions Bazaarvoice = social media and Trending Microsoft 365 = Software and IT soloutions (SME) They will have if correctly implemented, the digital small business marketplace in the UK covered They have had a half hearted go at this already with the Yell Ver 1.0 web site. Version 2.0 is obviously without the tired Yell brand dragging it back. I supposed Its just a question of how much of an achilles heel the debt will continue to burden Yell... Like most say, yell does have legs, but its shoelaces are tied together!
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