And in turn, bad journalism. "Infrastrata manages the site under its Harland & Wolff brand. Harland and Wolff, which owns Infrastrata..." And around and around it goes. lol I beleive the thinking is that if you can't prove ownership then you can't apportion blame.
Are you saying you won't be surprised to see a rise, or you're not surprised that it's risen? If the latter, then you must be getting RNS's before everyone else. :) I guessing you think that they may have been the buyer of the 90k and we will get a TR1 in due course. It is a lot for the MM's to hold, with such volume of late.
Poker hips, lol Indeed Bubble, I don't think it will be. So... got back in myself this morning, hoping for a bounce. May not like some aspects of the running of this company, especially some of the spin, but willing to take the chance as I did okay last time it was down here. Lets see. :) GLA
So basically, until 5 March 2023 they can buy up to 3 million shares at a price of 1.797 pence, regardless of where the SP is at the time. Then either hang on to them or sell them for the difference and take the profit. The cost of the purchase, approx £54k, goes to the company. I beleive that's how it works. :)
Okay, duly noted. So we shall expect a continual bout of you going on and on about, "how you can't read posts due to green boxes", ad nauseam. But somehow know what they are going on about. ;) Wouldn't be easier to filter yourself from the board and let everyone just say their bit. Just sayin'. :)
Don't see how a few disgruntled ex/current empoyees rocking up signals anything other than wanting to incite a bit of trash talk. Two new accounts and a sleeper account. The two could be the same person with an axe to grind. imo That's what we have Consuela for. lol I've read it Stokey. It seems he was unhappy before he even started the job, tbh.