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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Zambeef Products Plc LSE:ZAM London Ordinary Share ZM0000000201 ORD ZMW0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 7.75 7.50 8.00 7.75 7.75 7.75 50,000 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 207.1 2.6 0.4 20.0 19

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/10/2015
09:54
sucking in punters? or dumper to return?
paul the octopus
29/10/2015
06:17
On reflection the seller dumping thru mkt is odd even silly Even if it's an I situation , surely u try and find another institution who may want stock and we get a decrease increase couple of RNS U know show some sense working an order in a very illiquid share Seller would surely achieve a better price and the perpetual drip drip would stopMakes me think this is not an institution but wtfdikMaybe there isn't a buyer out there ?!So it's the pi's mopping up in the mkt onlyHhmm
value viper
28/10/2015
22:39
jeez, someone is seriously heading for door.what is started with 500k dump every Friday over the last 3 weeks, now around 1 million dump every day this week, and still plenty of time til results on 25/11 if dumper continues with this rate then sub 1p is possible before results, mcap is around £15m currently and getting cheaper and massively under valued every day now.might be dreaming or silly, but limit set to buy 1,000,000 at 1p before results, if it ever happens...
paul the octopus
28/10/2015
17:25
and there's another dump , 900k @ 5.5 P ........jee
value viper
28/10/2015
12:29
problem usual come with dual listed companies like ZAM that oversees investors outside the UK won't need to notify their holding changes, that's the only thing I can think off right now with no holdings rns so far.
paul the octopus
28/10/2015
09:45
when o when will the seller be exhausted........we'll know cause the stock will probably click up !!
value viper
28/10/2015
09:33
200,000 followed by 240,000dump and dumper
paul the octopus
28/10/2015
08:13
let's see of it holds the 5p mark if dumping continues
paul the octopus
28/10/2015
07:13
It is unfortunate to see all the progress made by ZAM unravel by a set of circumstances outside its control. At some point,the share price may only reflect asset value and the rest of the company and its potential/prospects fully discounted. I still think it is a good company, but agribusiness in Africa is not for the faint hearted. I sold out ZAM a long time ago, but on a watching brief now. I may buy if it becomes a value play...but feel for the existing share holders.
multibagger
28/10/2015
06:27
Agreed whole package looks bit of perfect storm but the storm can pass one would think and at what point have the shares been battered sufficiently ? Amazing almost to watch this scenario, if amazing is the word ?!
value viper
27/10/2015
23:45
900,000 sold at 5.875, seller dumping so fast, i think directors can't take them out this time as it is in closed period pre results.power cuts, currency depreciation, closure of mines, picture looks so grim, and still long way to go before results 25/11plenty of shares swimming around till then
paul the octopus
27/10/2015
18:22
Was on my watchlist for a while. All changed when Glencore suspended ops. See post 447. Price then was around 10.5p. Not tempted even now. ZMW in steep decline. dyor.
aishah
27/10/2015
17:27
In Africa one buys when bad results are released and sells on good news as news is always fully discounted before results
grollfam
27/10/2015
17:18
900k @ 5.875p late print been way more buying than that today fwiw..............
value viper
27/10/2015
15:57
waiting for the late report of the seller dump past the close, this endless supply of shares has to come from some where
paul the octopus
27/10/2015
15:29
bid dropped again, someone dumping real big and mm sucking more punters inthe last rns already mentioned increased costs for power generation, but with the article above in context, it could means much more costs involved which could impact the results due on 25/11
paul the octopus
27/10/2015
15:17
as per last post hTTp://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2015/10/power-cut-blues-zambia-151027103107686.html
cottoner
27/10/2015
15:13
Zambia economy heading towards shambles. Electricity tariffs up 100% already, with more hikes to come. Main dam is set to reduce electricity output further by end of year.China is helping out with a new dam, starting construction in December, and govt is bringing online some diesel plants in Feb, but next few months is going to be really painful for the economy. Zambeef will suffer along. The situation is too volatile to say what the financial impact is going to be.
boonkoh
27/10/2015
15:01
the 300k was actually a buy imv , they were 5.5 - 6 at the time and buy after buy since (again) (havent seen the dump yet ?!)
value viper
27/10/2015
14:20
300,000 sold at 6p, that what caused yet another drop to 5.5p bid
paul the octopus
27/10/2015
14:16
i have to say this looks tad sinister - wtf ? co needs to say something i think ; could be a serious buy IF it is jusy mm games (NRI)
value viper
27/10/2015
13:24
seems another 500,000 dump is to be printed this Friday if not sooner at 6.5p or less
paul the octopus
26/10/2015
19:57
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dlku
26/10/2015
19:50
It is ridiculous indeed, but that won't stop it being more ridiculous everyday while there is a seller.mm's just making their living for now, and there is plenty of time before results on 25/11, hopefully the 500,000 dumper gets sorted by then
paul the octopus
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