"Lessons from today" Turn off the computer, go and work in the sunshine and let whatever happends... happen. Nice little re-set and back to where it was, pretty much. lol Let some off and on the bus and the journey continues anew tomorrow. Destination unknown. GLA, Si. :)
Another momentum killer RNS by CF "the puppet master" keeping a lid on things yet again. :) Another six weeks of guessing to ensue.
Announcement of the Reduction of Capital...13 April Publication and posting of this document and Form of Proxy...13 April Latest time and date for receipt of Forms of Proxy and CREST...11a.m. on 27 April voting instructions General Meeting...11 a.m. on 29 April Announcement of the result of the General Meeting...29 April Court hearing of the application to confirm the Reduction of Capital...18 May Effective Date of the Reduction of Capital...On or around 20 May
Hey ho, back to sleep and maybe pick up some on the dip that will follow as those in for the divi get out and come back later.
Baker, I think a few have misinterpreted your first sentence. :) If readers imagine comma after "interview" and "car" it reads as intended. I think. The mention of the car was only there to identify which interview.
BTW. Don't mention the C word. I mentioned it once, but I think I got away with it. ;)
I'm sure you're right, Ricky. And I guess that all these things take time. But, I'm not in any particular hurry, personally. But, I would hesitate a guess that your man CF knows all about the requirements and might even have some of it covered already. He seems that sort of guy, tbh.
RE: difference between ORPH & ORPH.GB.PL08 Apr 2021 22:13
So, they have changed what was the NEX exchange into Aquis. Hadn't noticed. Hmm! I've never been sure why it even exists. Most compaines have both listed, as far as I'm aware. FWIW, when watching for a trade of my own, sometimes I've seen it go through on the other exchange. Never sure why. Just assumed Barclays (my broker) just got a better price there at the time. Better for them, more like. :) Although the spread is always way larger over there for some reason. Not the actual trade prices, just the spread. Anyhoo, GL in your research Wamm.