Something is for certain. The buys will pick up quite drastically when ya are half way through last tranche. There's a lot of well off shrewd people out there who jumped ship when ya came to the table. I think they might be back for a slice of the action :)
Quite a few pi's either sitting on the sidelines or blissfully unaware until they saw a bargain basement deal. I think this share took a battering partly by overall market conditions and partly by trolls. However, as soon as ya came back in to shut up shop, the sp was never going anywhere and I think that's why SC is going to be v glad to see the back of them...
Was looking at the terms of the loan facility and cannot find anything about forward selling being allowed, although I would like to see the overhang cleared asap.
What I did find though was the following...." The Investor and its affiliates, associates, partners and insiders are prohibited under the terms of the Facility from holding a net short position in respect of Ordinary Shares at any time, and from assisting or enabling any other person to do so (including by lending Ordinary Shares). "
I don't know why I thought YA were responsible for the fall in the share price after the NI report. Did anyone else gain an advantage by the price being forced lower?
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