Our Swedish friends seem to have recovered their appetite for our shares today. Buying from the kick off and currently at 96% buys 4% Sells. Not a lot of volume yet but it will be interesting to see how their day progresses. So much for the Brexit effect.
Best of luck for Kurt at the AGM. I hope that the report will be at least a little upbeat, I could do with a little cheer up.
I don't really think it is up to the shareholders to start suggesting options to the CEO, I think it is simply up to him to stop sitting on his hands. He should be jumping up and down and drawing as much attention as he can to the disgusting treatment of BEM by the Swedish government. The government won't bat an eyelid until someone forces their hand or they receive negative press which shines a light on their behaviour. To continuously say that he is happy with the application and simply wait is to contribute to the company's decline.
Much more clever thinking now, Eric. I don't want animating bad to happen to this company. But it would pretty much interesting to see the faces of those why are crying here "to sit and wait" when there is an announcemen that the company is starting the bankruptcy procedure. Would they curse themselves for their cries today or not? BR
An update would be good now, so that Kurt can tell us precisely what he is doing. I'm just trying to examine different options really, in the absence of news, should this decision not come within the next few months. What next? That kind of thing.
I don't wish to pry into your business, but out of interest are you looking at buying back in to Beowulf? I've sold out of many companies over the years and find it best to move on and focus on the next venture. You'll end up with ulcers if you're not careful fretting over other people's problems. Life's too short my friend.
To be fair Ed, there is the compensation route to consider, which was touched on a few days ago. A gentle nudge to the Swedes, nothing strident. We have been treated most unfairly after all. Our application was lodged over three years ago. We need a timescale now, and there's no reason why we shouldn't have one. Get our legal team on the case if necessary.
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