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Rangers Int Share Price (RFC)



Share Price Information for Rangers Int (RFC)


Share Price: 31.00Bid: 30.00Ask: 32.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Rangers Int
Spread: 2.00Spread as %: 6.67%Open: 31.00High: 31.00Low: 31.00Yesterday’s Close: 31.00
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Rangers International Football Club Plc Ord 1P

Rangers Int is listed in the FTSE AIM All-Share
Rangers Int is part of the Travel & Leisure sector




Intraday Rangers Int Share Chart


Intraday Rangers Int Share Price Chart


Share Price SpacerPrice
31.00

Share Price SpacerBid
30.00

Share Price SpacerAsk
32.00

Share Price SpacerChange
0%0.00

Share Price SpacerVolume
1,406

Share Price SpacerOpen
31.00

Share Price SpacerHigh
31.00

Share Price SpacerLow
31.00

Share Price SpacerClose
31.00

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX

3 Month Rangers Int Share Graph


3 Month Rangers Int Share Price Graph


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 65.81m £20.40m 5,000

52 Week High 54.00 52 Week High Date 11-SEP-2013
52 Week Low 22.00 52 Week Low Date 1-MAY-2014

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
1 0 1,406 0.000 0.00 0.00 0.00




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

23-Jul-14
09:31:12
32.00
1,406
Buy* 
30.00
32.00
449.92
Trade Type:
Ordinary

22-Jul-14
11:17:26
32.00
210
Buy* 
30.00
32.00
67.20
Trade Type:
Ordinary

22-Jul-14
08:03:09
30.40
140
Sell* 
30.00
32.00
42.56
Trade Type:
Ordinary


*Buys and Sells are calculated on the difference between the trade price and the current mid price. As such, they can occasionally be incorrect.

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Directors Deals for Rangers Int (RFC)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
08-May-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Rangers International Football Club
David Somers held the position of Non-Executive Chairman at Rangers International Football Club at the time of this trade.
 David Somers
27GBX12,00047000
07-May-14Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Rangers International Football Club
David Somers held the position of Non-Executive Chairman at Rangers International Football Club at the time of this trade.
 David Somers
24GBX35,00035000
23-Dec-13Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Rangers International Football Club
Norman Crighton held the position of Non-Executive Director at Rangers International Football Club at the time of this trade.
 Norman Crighton
34GBX60,00060000
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
Today 14:41
lseman
Rangers plc
31.00
Strong Buy

Rangers FC and Rangers plc were one and the same, so when Rangers plc went into admin, this meant that the 'club' also went into admin as they were not separate entities.The football club incorporated near the end of the 19th century and became a company. There was no 'club' to sell when that company (and therefore club) entered liquidation. The assets of the business were sold. The club was not an aset of the business. The club WAS the business. However, the football authorities have assured that 'The Rangers' will continue in some form for various reasons, not least of which is self preservation. Can't let the feeding trough become empty, need those fans to cough up their cash. Pays for the blazers, ties, limos, junkets, beanos, travel to far off places and banquets. Glad to see the share price of this new company is steady. No dodgy European football results to cause panic amongst investors.. Onwards and upwards goes the value.
Today 12:22
stuzeeuk
RE: Questions for StuzeeUk
31.00
No Opinion

Rangers FC did not go into administration. Rangers FC Plc went into administration. Rangers FC business and assets was sold to TRFCL. 2. No idea search the internet. It will tell you. 3. No idea, why would he announce it to AIM? 4. It did not. Rangers FC play football matches. TRFCL is a company that operate a number of different businesses and football teams. Including youth teams, Garrion security and Rangers Retail. 5. Because they have not yet have 3 unbroken years of league membership. The change in corporate structure represented a break in Rangers FC’s membership.
Today 12:13
stuzeeuk
RE: Questions for StuzeeUk
31.00
No Opinion

ASA assessment Assessment Whilst the ASA acknowledged that Newco had not taken on all of the debts and liabilities of Oldco when it purchased its assets and that that would normally preclude a business from trading on the reputation of a liquidated predecessor company, we noted, having read its report in full, that both an Independent Commission appointed by the SPL and the ECA had reached the conclusion that the football club RFC was a recognisable entity in its own right, and that it had continued in existence despite being transferred to another owner and operator. We consulted with UEFA, which explained that its rules allowed for the recognition of the “sporting continuity” of a club’s match record, even if that club’s corporate structure had changed. We also consulted with the SFA, which confirmed that its definition of a football “club” varied depending on context, and could sometimes refer to an entity separate from the club’s corporate owner. The SFA further pointed out that, following RFC’s transfer to a new corporate owner, Newco did not take a new membership of the Scottish FA but rather that the previous membership was transferred across to them so they could continue as the same member of the Scottish FA. ‘
Today 12:11
stuzeeuk
RE: Questions for StuzeeUk
31.00
No Opinion

1 – He bought the business and assets. Including Rangers FC hence why they still play today in the Scottish Championship. 2 – UEFA only grant licences to holding companies/clubs that have held unbroken membership for 3 years. The insolvency event and change in corporate structure represented such a break. As confirmed by UEFA in writing to TRFLC (I posted the link last week, check it.) 3 – The official records of the SPFL and website state Rangers FC played the match against Brechin. See below from the advertising standard authority who consulted UEFA. ‘Response The Rangers Football Club Ltd (Newco) explained that The Rangers Football Club Plc (Oldco), which previously owned and operated Rangers Football Club (RFC), went into administration on 14 February 2012 and that, in order to preserve RFC after a Creditors Voluntary Arrangement failed, its business and assets were purchased by another corporate entity, which was now known as the Rangers Football Club Ltd and that, therefore, the same Club was now owned and operated by themselves. They provided an extract from a Decision concerning RFC, by an Independent Commission appointed by the Scottish Premier League, in which it was stated that "in common speech a Club is treated as a recognisable entity which is capable of being owned and operated and which continues in existence despite its transfer to another owner and operator". They said the Commission had clearly stated that the same Club continued, regardless of the legal entity that owned and operated it and, therefore, that RFC had continued in existence since 1872. They also provided a letter from the European Club Association (ECA), concerning the RFC's continuing membership after the liquidation, in which it stated that, although run by a different legal entity, it considered RFC was still the same football club, having the same registration number with the Football Association, the same fans, the same stadium, the same club coefficient ranking and the same trophies, and it therefore recognised RFC as a founding member of the ECA, despite the change of ownership. Newco advised us that RFC was a full member of the Scottish Football Association (SFA) and that when Oldco, the legal entity who previously held the membership, went into administration and agreement was put in place to transfer exactly the same membership from Oldco to Newco, which had resulted in membership of the SFA being maintained. They further pointed out that the websites of the Scottish Premier League, the SFA and UEFA all confirmed that RFC had been in existence for 140 years by detailing all honours that the Club had won since its formation in 1872. The RACC said they felt that, given RFC's history, the claim "Scotland's most successful club" was valid and would not mislead.
Today 12:08
stuzeeuk
RE: Stu vs UEFA
31.00
No Opinion

ASA assessment Assessment Whilst the ASA acknowledged that Newco had not taken on all of the debts and liabilities of Oldco when it purchased its assets and that that would normally preclude a business from trading on the reputation of a liquidated predecessor company, we noted, having read its report in full, that both an Independent Commission appointed by the SPL and the ECA had reached the conclusion that the football club RFC was a recognisable entity in its own right, and that it had continued in existence despite being transferred to another owner and operator. We consulted with UEFA, which explained that its rules allowed for the recognition of the “sporting continuity” of a club’s match record, even if that club’s corporate structure had changed. We also consulted with the SFA, which confirmed that its definition of a football “club” varied depending on context, and could sometimes refer to an entity separate from the club’s corporate owner. The SFA further pointed out that, following RFC’s transfer to a new corporate owner, Newco did not take a new membership of the Scottish FA but rather that the previous membership was transferred across to them so they could continue as the same member of the Scottish FA. ‘
Today 12:07
stuzeeuk
RE: Stu vs UEFA
31.00
No Opinion

1 – He bought the business and assets. Including Rangers FC hence why they still play today in the Scottish Championship. 2 – UEFA only grant licences to holding companies/clubs that have held unbroken membership for 3 years. The insolvency event and change in corporate structure represented such a break. As confirmed by UEFA in writing to TRFLC (I posted the link last week, check it.) 3 – The official records of the SPFL and website state Rangers FC played the match against Brechin. See below from the advertising standard authority who consulted UEFA. ‘Response The Rangers Football Club Ltd (Newco) explained that The Rangers Football Club Plc (Oldco), which previously owned and operated Rangers Football Club (RFC), went into administration on 14 February 2012 and that, in order to preserve RFC after a Creditors Voluntary Arrangement failed, its business and assets were purchased by another corporate entity, which was now known as the Rangers Football Club Ltd and that, therefore, the same Club was now owned and operated by themselves. They provided an extract from a Decision concerning RFC, by an Independent Commission appointed by the Scottish Premier League, in which it was stated that "in common speech a Club is treated as a recognisable entity which is capable of being owned and operated and which continues in existence despite its transfer to another owner and operator". They said the Commission had clearly stated that the same Club continued, regardless of the legal entity that owned and operated it and, therefore, that RFC had continued in existence since 1872. They also provided a letter from the European Club Association (ECA), concerning the RFC's continuing membership after the liquidation, in which it stated that, although run by a different legal entity, it considered RFC was still the same football club, having the same registration number with the Football Association, the same fans, the same stadium, the same club coefficient ranking and the same trophies, and it therefore recognised RFC as a founding member of the ECA, despite the change of ownership. Newco advised us that RFC was a full member of the Scottish Football Association (SFA) and that when Oldco, the legal entity who previously held the membership, went into administration and agreement was put in place to transfer exactly the same membership from Oldco to Newco, which had resulted in membership of the SFA being maintained. They further pointed out that the websites of the Scottish Premier League, the SFA and UEFA all confirmed that RFC had been in existence for 140 years by detailing all honours that the Club had won since its formation in 1872. The RACC said they felt that, given RFC's history, the claim "Scotland's most successful club" was valid and would not mislead.

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