Is being built up , this potentially this could be a hostile take over and as such the offer needn't be many multiples of where we are now, this leaves a dilemma, if a Chinese comp is taking us will the comp still listed on the aim ?? I still refer everyone back to mystery 35p news this had to have a root somewhere but for one I am pleased, at least something is happening, procrastination and endless excuses have really tried my patience. Sorry if this offends some here but this is genuinely how I feel.
At the moment there is a shortage of shares around evidenced by the limits on buys. But how do you know that there has been a stake builder for months? Not saying you're wrong but where's the evidence as we have only very recently seen buy limits ? Thanks
I suspect there has been stakebuilding going on for months. We also have the UBS shares and warrants which have gone somewhere, so there may not be that many shares in free float. We shall not know until we receive confirmation one way or another.
Hi Sacca good to hear from you. I am interested in your theory but remember we have 1.2 bln shares in issue so if there is a major buyer in the background his purchase would need to be in the tens of millions to have any significant effect. Many here doubt whether we have any large institutional investors on board so any thinking about taking a stake would be starting from scratch.
not a bad plan MA could have raised a bob or two with a JCB & a lorry. Truck to a processor go 50/50 to cover processing costs and turn over some dosh while clearing the area while we await the real clear up.
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