I don't think sain will ever be positive about CWD , he seems to have some sort of chip on his shulders or dislike about cwd in general, maybe someone close to him has been treated wrong or had some sort of dispute going on. But everyone to their own.
Well the first 6 months turnover for this year was £290m and looks like it will be approx £600m for the full year , so still a very good / high turnover. Lets hope the profit now starts to turn for the better.
Well done steve I think you bought in at the right time and will make some good money from now on. I bought and sold and bought again at 60p ish and think there is no reason why this shouldn't go up to about a £1 in the next 6 months, but time will tell. It's all about timing in life.
That's the point they are bonds / notes so will not be called in until they are due. First ones due 2020 of £200m only and then spread over the next 4-5 years. Many big companies have bonds / notes, it's the way companies use other peoples cash.
You might be right but most /all of the debt is in long term Notes spread over 4-5 years and as such cannot / will not be called in in one go. M.Lynch must look on it different because they have this week been buying more and pushed up their holding to over 6.3%, but I guess that could be short term and we won't know everything until their next results.
As far as I can see it they had in Finals Total Debt of £2,770 But that is made up of £200m Notes 31 July 2020 4.25% £700m Notes 31 st Jan 2022 2.88% £250m Notes 31 st July 2023 2.75% £550m Notes 31 st July 2024 4.88% £500m Notes 31st July 2025 6.25% £570m B Notes 31st July 2022 5.50% Total ave of 4.52% And all under control. So there should be NO need to raise more money. Will be interesting to see what it's like at the end of this year.
I guess we have about 3-4 weeks to half year results time, so I just wonder if they will show going up again or going backwards.???????? Or maybe even the sale of some product groups for £300m !!!!!!!!!
Very true, but after that recently helped oversee the recovery of Tesco plc in the role of Finance Director, UK, Booker and Republic of Ireland, where he sat on the UK Board. Prior to Tesco, But I would expect you to just pick out the most negative bits of his CV.
Well I think this looks like a good move for cwd, I don’t think anyone with this level of experience and calibre would be coming on board a company like cwd to risk their reputation and CV if they thought cwd was going under. Maybe we will here some new plans to move forward.
If you think for 1 minute I take the slightest be of offence / notice / advice of these 2 sad posters,think again. I have been doing this for some 30 years and we always get these sort of phatom share dealers that never have any money of their own and just love trying to up-set others with rude / negative remarks. It's like water off a ducks back. I do not filter posters i like to read their posts because it makes them feel better for seeing their own posts on boards like these.
Goodness, I post a little bit of positive news about the highest level of new homes in England for years and the pair of you dig the depths to find all the negative parts you can. Doesn't that just show how sad you are.
OK we can all agree that the market has slowed down a bit, but numbers today show that the number of new houses in england has hit a new high of 173,670. So if the prices of current houses drop a little that should be made up with the sales of all these new houses, after all someone must be buying them and that needs estate agents at some stage. Not saying this will help cwd that much but it should help the total market and that should also include cwd.
You have said it, it's a Grand Mall (a shopping centre) for retail shops etc and not an industrial site where they would use gas. It's being built owned by Actis who own eneo who haven't paid vog for months. Maybe that's why they haven't paid vog for months it's because all their cash is tied up in this project and it's unlikely to change. So I can see NO benefit for vog here only more pain.
OK you Deadly duo it's about time you came clean and told us your motive. You say you don't / haven't worked for cwd but maybe someone in your close family has and that's why you are so negative about cwd thinking you can do them some harm etc and get your own back. Or maybe you have lost money big time in the past as you no longer hold any stock now. Or is it that you want to save the world and all shareholders from losing money. Just what is your motive here.
That you keep going to all this trouble to prove other people have had some misfortune and possibly lost money regarding some shares, it does sound like you are getting great joy/ pleasure at other peoples positions. If you cannot find anything positive to say about cwd at the moment maybe you are better off NOT posting, but you must remember some /many have now seen cwd as a good time to buy for recovery and that's why we have seen 3-4 big buys of millions of shares over the last few weeks.
So now the truth is out , could it be that both of you once worked for cwd and even possibly both at the same time and that's why you both come on here supporting each other almost word for word.???????