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Share Price Information for Amundi Msci Wrd (CW8U)


Share Price: 313.25Bid: 314.25Ask: 314.65Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Amundi Msci Wrd
Spread: 0.40Spread as %: 0.13%Open: 313.25High: 0.00Low: 0.00Yesterday’s Close: 313.25

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Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
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52 Week High 319.40 52 Week High Date 1-MAY-2019
52 Week Low 266.25 52 Week Low Date 27-DEC-2018

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
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14-Jun-19
14:41:14
312.05
1
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312.00
312.50
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14-Jun-19
14:41:14
312.05
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312.05
312.50
312.05
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07-Jun-19
16:15:07
312.527
60
Buy* 
311.95
312.55
18.75k
Trade Type:
Ordinary




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Fernan10
Posts: 295
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:7.80
RE: A Different Perspective
Today 12:01
In my oppinion, the chinese have told PVR something like this:

"You are the operator. You are the local company pretending to know operational procedures (including how to apply to permits) and to have good relationship with the government (in order to get all the necessary approvals). Then, show me the permit first, and I will show you the money".

APEC is backed financially by a chinese state- owned company. The farm out agreement was previously approved by both governments. So, I don`t think, as Maniana said, that there is an issue related to justification of where or from whom the money is coming from.

On the other hand, as another poster have said, if the chinese were to walk away from the project, they would have announced it by now.

Just my oppinion

Fernan
Appiamma
Posts: 2,323
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:3.20
More to come
Today 12:01
The turning point for this company was when David Smith joined and I think he has the vision and the talent to take it much further - a lot of work to do but so much progress made already. This was his statement on joining last year:

David Smith, Operating CEO. Strategic overview and introductory statement:

"I have worked in the medical device business for 30 years, and as an entrepreneur in the field for the last 15 years, seeking out opportunities to improve patient healthcare and create outstanding value for shareholders. Often this work has been focused on producing a better, more efficient tool for use in the operating room. The improvements in health care delivery have been important, but relatively small, yet the businesses have been financially successful.

When I was approached by Flying Brands to become their COO, and the CEO of their operating businesses, what immediately struck me was the opportunity to be the architect in the way that healthcare is delivered. This is an opportunity for a leap in healthcare, not the creeping change I have previously successfully delivered. A healthcare revolution, not the evolution I have previously managed.

Imagine a world where expensive and invasive medical treatments are only used on patients that truly need it. Currently, resource consuming and painful biopsies are sought to confirm the presence or absence of disease in the face of ambiguous results from medical imaging. In an average hospital, hundreds of scans are taken daily, searching for disease. Imagine a software that is capable of detecting diseased patients and differentiating them from healthy patients, allowing healthcare practitioners to focus their care on the patients that need it the most. Imagine a software that improves its diagnostic capability over time, becoming more intelligent with each successful diagnosis and providing this knowledge and 'Artificial Intelligence' to those responsible for our healthcare.
shuttts
Posts: 114
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:17.45
RE: Debt
Today 12:01
I have no idea mate if it'll go up for a bit or down, but I invest in companies for the long term and I don't see how Carpetright has a long term future, so inevitably IMHO it will go bust at some point.

As Warren Buffet puts it:

1) Rule 1 is to not lose money. Rule 2 is to not forget rule 1.

2) I don't HAVE to invest in anything. That means I can wait until a stock comes along that I know is right in the middle of the sweet spot.

In other words since you don't have to invest in Carpetright as an example, a struggling company that has a strong possibility of going bust since it's in dire financial circumstances, but you can instead wait and invest in a much better company that is not in trouble - then why take the risk?

Maximum returns for minimum risk is the only sensible way to invest and succeed over the long term.

Carpetright might well go up for a while, or it might well go down - no one has a crystal ball so no one knows for sure - which is why I would neither invest in nor short it.

But I'm sure that eventually it's going to go bust, and since I don't know when that is I don't want to be in it at all.

If I'm wrong and it becomes the biggest and best company ever in the history of the world then I'll have missed out, but since I'll be making money elsewhere it's not a big deal. Especially since that clearly isn't going to happen.

But at least I have no risk of losing money with them.
sj1313
Posts: 512
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:37.56
RE: Need nerves to buy today
Today 12:01
absolutely convinced the lid will come off this share in the next few days with a 8-10% rise minimum. still a giveaway at that price
chrishutch
Posts: 7,360
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:1.475
STAR Presentation
Today 12:00
Enjoyed a flick through the presentation. Makes it easy to see the growth potential here. Also interesting to see that they mention new significant and unique projects coming soon.

https://www.starcomsystems.com/download/201906_Starcom_AGM_Presentation_June_2019.pdf
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