OK. The reason I ask is that at the time of your post 156.31 was showing on google as the sp but I understand that google fluctuates quite a bit and shows the price of the last trade. The price of 156.31 could therefore have been a buy/sell price and not the actual share price. Can anyone clarify what I am trying to say ?
Cheers, have been trying to work out exactly what it means and some of the info seems to be conflicting, for now we'll just have to settle for the main market listing and see where it goes from there i suppose. To be honest i was never really expecting it to blast straight into the FTSE250 anyway (would be interesting to see what QPP have gone for as a lot of hype on there over the move to the main market as well). I'm guessing that we'd only become really attractive to fund managers etc (more so than we are now anyway) at the point where a premium listing is achieved and all the stricter criteria that the UK sets (over and above the EU stuff) is met.
Looks like that's possible yes. From what I've read anyway. The info GKP have given out suggests that's our intention. Clearly for shareholder protection and a host of other reasons premium is best, but far harder for our type of company at this stage of development. With loans and route to market actually operating it would be feasible but TK and board would lose a lot of power and control. Don't think they'll be rushing that one for a while.
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