Is that it is opposite of dilution -accretion I believe ,
Thank you for the information logical2010. I honestly did not know that the AIM would allow a completely insolvent and bankrupt company complete with outstanding tax liens to trade on its exchange. That is really quite disgraceful if you think about it. Not a great advertisement for the AIM by any means. Does anybody know who the next MXP victim bank will be? Surely the MXP band of snake-oil salesmen have set up shop in the next town by now and targeted another lender with pretty Powerpoint presentations showing "giant underwater coral reef atoll formations that resemble carbonate buildups [or they could just be shadows]." They are about to try to clip Sberbank for half or so of the $80 million principal that they borrowed. I wonder if another large bank will be dumb enough to make the same mistake. If so, the future dilution should put the share count well into the trillions.
Is the big day ,reward or regret .....there's no regrets
Only got a few grand in here since about 2011...but be nice to have a fighting chance!
Yes you can trade whilst in a cva or kazak rehab as they call it. If they dont sort the funding by 2nd sept we have to delist as per aim rule 41. Who knows with max, but if they do sort funding and banking facilities by tuesday there is no reason why they cannot start trading again. We saw what happened when daniel stuart started retrading - 800% increase in one day. You never know. But more than likely my feeling is they wont get it done in time, either through choice or because they are incompetent .
I'm not having a go at you but I believe SpunkfunkdunkTechniq knows a Scot to. Goes by the name of Scot of the Arse Antics. I guess you're safe, as you have two "t's" in your name :)
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