hazeleyes. The short answer is no. We are told the share price is a mid price between the bid and the offer prices. Well sometimes it is, sometimes it is not it all depends on where the market makers pitch the price ( for whatever reason ). We are told the market follows the rules of supply and demand well it does sometimes except when those who can and do control the price decide differently. We are told the market closes at 4.30 well it does sometimes but then there are occasions, frequently in the case of shorted or manipulated shares where trades are reported up to 6 o'clock and beyond. We are told good news moves the price of shares upwards and bad news downwards well this is true with the exception of when those that can decide that this will not be the case and the opposite happens. So as I say No I can't explain the vagaries of the market, I know nothing about the market. I am however observant and know beyond doubt that all of these things happen although there are many out there who will cry "Rubbish" I say look at the patterns of sales and judge for yourself. Good luck with your investing. To infinity etc.etc.
Well done Sweepydog2 for spotting that. I like the bit that says: we require a world class satellite service that provides agility, reliability and high quality. Using the Avanti satellite fleet, we can offer our customers a fully resilient solution that provides peace of mind as they operate across the UK. Only Avanti can deliver this.”
Avanti Communications Group plc (“Avanti” or “the Group”), a leading provider of satellite data communications services in Europe, the Middle East and Africa announces a new, long term contract with Sematron. Based in the United Kingdom (UK) and operating globally, Sematron is a content delivery company specialising in IP connectivity, video broadcast and distribution.
With access to dedicated capacity in a long term contract across the entire Avanti HYLAS fleet of satellites, Sematron will provide a major UK national broadcaster with high speed Ka-band satellite news gathering facilities, such as outside broadcast vehicles, across the entire country.
John O’Brien, Managing Director of Sematron, commented: “To support one of Britain’s biggest news organisations, we require a world class satellite service that provides agility, reliability and high quality. Using the Avanti satellite fleet, we can offer our customers a fully resilient solution that provides peace of mind as they operate across the UK. Only Avanti can deliver this.”
David Williams, Chief Executive Officer of Avanti, said: “It is a major breakthrough for Sematron and Ka-band satellite technology to become mainstream in outside broadcasting. We look forward to continuing this strong, long term working relationship.”
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