Avi Taub, chief executive of Shefa Yamim A.T.M Limited (LON:SEFA), speaks to Proactive a day after kicking off trading on the London Stock Exchange’s official list, following a placing and subscription at 110p per ordinary share. The company raised gross proceeds of £4.15mln, through the placing and a conversion of existing loans, and based on the placing price, the company’s initial market capitalisation was approximately £15.3mln. The company was a 75% owned subsidiary of Shefa Yamim Ltd, which is listed on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, but following the London float, the shareholding of Shefa Yamim Ltd has reduced to 48.9%.
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Brought to you by http://www.HowToInvestInShares.co.uk - this video explains the FTSE 100 Index and introduces the other UK indices too. 0:31 FTSE 100 0:54 What Is An Index? 1:59 The FTSE 100 Index 3:27 Other Main Market Indices 5:11 Alternative Investment Market (AIM) 6:09 Summary 6:30 More information and FREE Guide at http://www.HowToInvestInShares.co.uk The first thing to say about the FTSE 100 is that it is a UK index. Therefore it is to do with shares that are on the London Stock Exchange in the UK and it is an index. So what do we mean by an index. An index is a way of understanding whether the overall market or the shares in the index element of the market have gone up or down over a period of time and by how much. It does this by starting at a point in time and a particular value in time. So in terms of the FTSE 100 index, it was started back in 1983 and it was started with a value of 1,000. That's not a price and it's not a cost. It's just a number, an index number that it started with and at the time of making this video, the FTSE 100 index is round about the 6,000 mark. That means the index has gone up by 6 times in between 1983 and around March-April time of 2012 and by doing so it has vastly outstripped the value of inflation and of bonds and of savings and of any other form of investment that you could have made in that period of time. So what is the FTSE 100 index then? Well, the FTSE 100 index is the top, or the largest, 100 shares on the UK stock market. Of course, as the share prices of those 100 companies change over time, that means the value of those companies change over time and the FTSE 100 index needs to keep in it the top 100 companies. So every quarter, four times per year, the constituents i.e. the companies that sit in that FTSE 100 index, change. So those that are no longer in the top 100 drop out of the index and those that have now grown in size and ought to be in the FTSE index come into the index. In reality, it is a little bit more complicated than that. There are some rules associated with that so they don't get too much change from quarter to quarter but essentially that is the concept. So as we go forward in time, the FTSE 100 index always keeps in it, more or less, the top 100 companies by size. All of the companies in the FTSE 100 index are part of the London main market. As I've said, the FTSE 100 index comprises the largest 100 companies and together they make up about 81% of the total value of all of the companies in the UK main market. The next 250 companies by size are known as Midcaps and they are in the FTSE 250 index and by value they represent about 15% of the total value of the UK main market. Taken together the FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 are known as the FTSE 350 index and obviously that makes up about 96% of the value of the companies in the market. The FTSE Smallcap is the next tier of companies and these make up about 2% of the market. If we add together the FTSE 100, the FTSE 250 and the FTSE Smallcap, then we get another index that is known as the FTSE All Share index. There are yet even more companies that are far too small to be in any of those other indexes that I have already mentioned and they sit in what is known as the FTSE Fledgling index, which when added to the other indices mentioned, comprise the UK main market in total. Now, as well as the main market there is another market known as the Alternative Investment Market or AIM, for short. This was set up fairly recently and its purpose was to allow smaller companies to come onto the London Stock Exchange and therefore to raise finance for their business by getting investors to buy their shares. The rules associated with AIM companies are not as stringent or as difficult to qualify for as they are on the main index. Hence why AIM companies, AIM shares, are classed as a bit riskier than those on the main index because the rules to qualify as an AIM company and float on the AIM market are not as stringent. If you've enjoyed this video, please click the like button below and share it with your friends and remember to SUBSCRIBE! You can also find lots more information and a FREE gift available at my blog: http://www.HowToInvestInShares.co.uk
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(27 Jul 2004) SHOTLIST 1. Wide shot new London Stock Exchange 2. Royal car approaches to applause of crowds 3. Queen Elizabeth II and Duke of Edinburgh and get out and meet Christopher Gibson-Smith, chairman of the London Stock Exchange, and others 4. Wide shot interior new London Stock Exchange and The Source in centre 5. Gibson-Smith invites Queen to put hand on ball to set The Source (artwork) in motion, she does, pull out to The Source as balls start to rise in the air 6. Closer shot balls rising 7. Close up Queen watching and smiling, Gibson-Smith 8. Wide shot balls static up in the air 9. Mid shot Queen meets woman who looks after the markets 10. Close up as Queen talks to her, smiles 11. Wide shot reception room, Queen looking at model of new London Stock Exchange 12. Closer shot Queen looking at model 13. Wide shot atrium 14. Queen is presented with bouquet by little disabled girl 15. Wide shot exterior front, crowds 16. Queen talks to crowds 17. Duke talks to crowds 18. Queen and Duke climb into car, applause 19. Cutaway crowd, pan to royal car driving away, royals wave from back STORYLINE Britain's Queen Elizabeth II opened the new London Stock Exchange on Tuesday, marking a move from its old home of more than 200 years. The new building at Paternoster Square, near St. Paul's Cathedral, does not have a trading floor, reflecting the style of trading in the electronic age. Instead, it will be used as a centre for meetings and conferences. The queen officially opened the building by switching on The Source, a commissioned artwork in the main lobby of the new building. She placed her gloved hand on an electronic ball and 729 spheres, suspended on metal cables, began to levitate. A quizzical Duke of Edinburgh looked on as the white globes rose into the air and formed seemingly random patterns the height of London's new Stock Exchange building. The Source, designed by the British artist collective, Greyworld, will mark the start and finish of each day's trading and indicate the state of the London market, whether it is up or down. Just as a famous bell is rung to commence and cease trading on New York's Wall Street, in London there are now the floating balls. The new building is a far cry from the coffee houses of 17th century London where the exchange began. It traded for more than 200 years in buildings in Old Broad Street, but after a final renovation in 1972 that location was deemed outdated. "The queen opened the former Stock Exchange Tower in 1972, and we are delighted that she has returned to open our new headquarters," said Christopher Gibson-Smith, chairman of the London Stock Exchange. "The contrast between the two buildings underlines just how much the London Stock Exchange has changed in the last 30 years," he added. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/6bb9d742a941cf630a4f0a455c38679d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Welcome to the Investors Trading Academy talking glossary of financial terms and events. Our word of the day is “Alternative Investment Market (AIM)” The Alternative Investment Market is a separate market within the London Stock Exchange set up for the purpose of trading shares in small, young and growing companies. Investors have the benefit of being able to trade in these companies on a market regulated by the Exchange. The companies have the benefit of access to investment capital without the cost and regulatory burden of a full listing on the main market. The nature of these companies means that their share prices are likely to be more volatile. As of 2010, more than 3,000 international companies have joined the Alternative Investment Market since its launch in 1995. AIM seeks to assist smaller and growing companies in raising growth capital. Early stage businesses, venture capital-backed companies and more established businesses may join AIM to help raise the capital necessary for expansion. By Barry Norman, Investors Trading Academy - ITA
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The team at Norfolk success story Angling Direct tell Neil Perry how they went from one shop in Wroxham, to a multi-million pound business that is now listed on the London Stock Exchange. Norfolk Now is the YouTube channel that gives you the best local stories from across Nelson's county. Tune in for the latest videos on news, sports, food & drink, history, entertainment and more... Subscribe Now - https://goo.gl/IsvTVY
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The owner of Travelex and UAE Exchange is preparing to float in London for more than £1billion.Finablr, the travel money businesses’ holding firm, which is owned by United Arab Emirates tycoon Bavaguthu Raghuram Shetty, would not reveal exactly when it plans to float or how much it intends to raise.However, Shetty bought London-based Travelex in 2014 for £1billion, so the combined business is likely to have a value which is considerably more.Executive director Binay Shetty, the billionaire businessman’s son, said: ‘We continue to focus on working on the initial public offering and will come back when the time is right.’It is one of several large floats announced in the past few weeks, including broker AJ Bell and City law firm Rosenblatt.There were 16 listings in the first three months of the year, according to accountant Ernst & Young. AutoNews- Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-5648645/Travelex-owner-Finablr-prepares-float-London-Stock-Exchange-1bn.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
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eve opened the London Stock Exchange on Thursday 18th June 2017 marking the first retail IPO of the year, raising £35m with a float on AIM. Jas Bagniewski, Chief Executive Officer of eve, said: "Today marks a new dawn in our vision to be Europe’s leading sleep brand. With our simplified direct to consumer proposition, we are disrupting a fragmented European market, which is forecast to be worth approximately £26 billion by 2019. The funds raised will accelerate our growth strategy including through deepening penetration within our ten existing markets, as well as expanding our product range. Eve has a clear growth strategy, an experienced management team and a scalable operational model to continue building on its momentum. We thank our existing investors for their continued support and welcome our new shareholders. We look forward to the future with real confidence and delivering long term value for all stakeholders."
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The Chief Executive of law firm Rosenblatt speaks to Sky’s Ian King as the company’s shares traded on the Alternative Investment Market on Tuesday. It’s become the fourth law firm to float on the London Stock Exchange, and Nicola Foulston wants to take advantage of the “fragmented market.” SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos: http://www.youtube.com/skynews Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/skynews and https://twitter.com/skynewsbreak Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/skynews For more content go to http://news.sky.com and download our apps: iPad https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/Sky-N... iPhone https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/sky-n... Android https://play.google.com/store/apps/de...
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Odeon is gearing up to make its debut on the London Stock Exchange in a £1.4billion listing.The cinema chain’s US parent AMC Entertainment is said to have appointed bankers at Citi to work on an initial public offering.AMC chief Adam Aron said last year it was considering floating a minority stake in Odeon, but planned majority ownership.AMC has been investing in Odeon, as well as fitting cinemas with reclining seats and selling alcohol.Bidders were said to be circling after AMC suffered a £32million loss in the three months to September. AutoNews- Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-5560041/Odeon-reportedly-set-make-debut-London-Stock-Exchange-1-4bn-listing.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
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This is the story of two men and one dream. Ian Livingstone and Steve Jackson opened the Games Workshop, a fantasy games shop started in west London forty years ago. Little did they know then that it would be the start of something big, creating a lasting legacy in the world of fantasy, fiction and the board game industry.
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Sports retailer Footasylum plans to float on the London Stock Exchange in a move that could value the firm at £150 million and lead to it doubling the number of its stores.The company, owned by the founders of JD Sports, is expected to begin trading on London's junior AIM market in November.The money raised during the float will be used to plough money into opening 10 outlets a year with a target of at least 150.Footasylum boss Clare Nesbitt commenting on the float said: 'This is a logical next step in Footasylum's upward trajectory as we seek to build on our exciting product-led, multi-channel expansion strategy.'We pride ourselves on being a dynamic, adaptive and fast-moving business with a strong competitive position, a great stable of third party and own brands, and a disciplined approach to delivering sustainable growth.'We see substantial opportunities ahead across our retail, online and wholesales channels, and believe that we have the people, products and strategy to realise them.'The firm founded by David Makin and John Wardle in 2005 currently has 60 stores.Footasylum's products are aimed at 16 to 24-year-old fashion conscious customers, with the company dividing its shoppers into six core 'tribes'.Each tribe, Footasylum said, has a 'nuanced demographic and regional profile'.Last year the firm reaped £147 million in revenue and booked an operating profit of £11.2 million.Menswear accounted for 71% in the period compared with 8% for womenswear and 18.5% for childrenswear. AutoNews- Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-4984206/Footasylum-float-Stock-Exchange-November.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
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Why are there stocks at all? Everyday in the news we hear about the stock exchange, stocks and money moving around the globe. Still, a lot of people don't have an idea why we have stock markets at all, because the topic is usually very dry. We made a short video about the basics of the stock exchanges. With robots. Robots are kewl! Short videos, explaining things. For example Evolution, the Universe, the Stock Market or controversial topics like Fracking. Because we love science. We would love to interact more with you, our viewers to figure out what topics you want to see. If you have a suggestion for future videos or feedback, drop us a line! :) We're a bunch of Information designers from munich, visit us on facebook or behance to say hi! https://www.facebook.com/Kurzgesagt https://www.behance.net/kurzgesagt How the Stock Exchange works Help us caption & translate this video! http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?c=UCsXVk37bltHxD1rDPwtNM8Q&tab=2
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Debt collector Cabot Credit Management is to float for £1billion on the London Stock Exchange – overseen by the chairman of payday loan firm Wonga.Cabot buys overdue credit card and other unsecured debt from banks and other lenders, then chases customers for the money.The firm will be chaired by Wonga’s chairman Andy Haste, who once ran insurer RSA.Bosses at Cabot have bought £21billion of debt since the company was founded in 1998 and it is chasing around 7m people.The firm expects to recover £2.2billion of cash it is owed over the next ten years.It will float between 25 per cent and 40 per cent of the business on the London Stock Exchange next month, raising around £195million to pay off debts.The float will also generate millions for owners Encore Capital Group and private equity group JC Flowers.It is one of several large floats in the works as listing activity hots up. Dutch finance firm TMF is due to go public for £1.4billion next month, and is moving its headquarters to Britain in what bosses called a ‘vote of confidence’ for the country.It will be joined by Russian energy company EN+ – owned by billionaire oligarch Oleg Deripaska – which is raising £1.1billion.More businesses floated in London than any rival in Europe, the Middle East, India or Africa in the third quarter of 2017, said accountant EY.The biggest this year has been Allied Irish Banks, worth £10.5billion, which raised £3billion in one of the City’s biggest stock market listings for two decades. AutoNews- Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-5002322/Cabot-Credit-Management-planning-1bn-London-float.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
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The Norfolk fishing company Angling Direct has this week floated on the London Stock Exchange. The business started as a one-shop operation in Wroxham in 1986 but has now grown to having a turnover of more than £20m. Norfolk Now is the YouTube channel that gives you the best local stories from across Nelson's county. Tune in for the latest videos on news, sports, food & drink, history, entertainment and more... Subscribe Now - https://goo.gl/IsvTVY
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Payments processor Worldpay became the biggest flotation in the City this year when it listed on the London Stock Exchange today at a value of £4.8 billion. Stock in the firm was initially offered at 240p a share, after its private equity owners Advent International and Bain Capital sold about a 51% stake in the business. The share sale will raise up to £2.5 billion, of which £948 million will go to the company. It said it intends to use the cash to expand into new markets and develop its payments systems. Worldpay processes around 31 million mobile, online and in-store transactions every day. It employs about 4,500 staff, mostly in Britain and the US, which are its two biggest markets. Advent International and Bain Capital were reported to have rejected an offer of up to £6.6 billion, including debt, earlier this year from French rival Ingenico Group. Worldpay chief executive Philip Jansen called the flotation a "significant milestone" for the business. Mr Jansen added: "We are proud to be a leader in global payments with a clear strategy for continued growth as a listed company.
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Two companies have scrapped billion-pound plus plans to list on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) over concerns about 'market uncertainty' and 'volatility'.Mobile mast provider Arqiva has shelved a £6billion initial public offering (IPO), which would have been London's biggest flotation of the year.The news came shortly after food supplier Bakkavor pulled the plug on a listing which would have valued the company at £1billion, with around 25 per cent of its capital floated on the LSE.Both of the companies only announced their plans to float last month.Arqiva said in a statement: 'Arqiva announces today that it will postpone its proposed initial public offering.'The board and shareholders have decided that pursuing a listing in this period of IPO market uncertainty is not in the interests of the company and its stakeholders, and will revisit the listing once IPO market conditions improve.'Arqiva, which is owned by Canada Pension Plan Investment Board and Macquarie, is Britain's largest owner of mobile, TV and radio towers and works with the likes of BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5.The company had hoped to raise £1.5bn through the IPO and use the proceeds to pay down debt.The deal would have given the group a market value of £4.5bn and £6bn including debt.Goldman Sachs, HSBC and JPMorgan had been mandated to run and co-ordinate the deal, according to Reuters.Arqiva was the subject of interest from at least half a dozen buyers earlier this year, but opted for an IPO after receiving only one formal bid.Bakkavor, which makes ready meals for a host of supermarket giants and is the UK's biggest supplier of hummus, had intended to raise £100m to pay down debt.The company said in a statement: 'Bakkavor, a leading provider of fresh prepared food, announces that it will no longer proceed with its plans for an initial public offering.'Whilst the company received sufficient institutional demand to cover the offering, the board has taken the decision that proceeding with the transaction would not be in the best interests of the company, or its shareholders, given the current volatility in the IPO market.'It added: 'Bakkavor will continue to pursue its proven strategy within the fast-growing fresh prepared food sector, where the group's expertise and focus on innovation have made it a clear market leader.'The group's ability to deliver long-term sustainable growth is underpinned by its strong financial position.'The business continues to trade well and against this backdrop, the board remains confident in the outlook for the group.'Its Icelandic founders Agust and Lydur Gudmundsson had borrowed to fund Bakkavor's expansion but were forced into a debt-for-equity swap in 2010 after the financial crisis hit Iceland's banking system, shrinking their stake in the firm.But they teamed up with US hedge fund Baupost last year to take back control of the company.The news comes after business services provider TMF Group also ditched plans for an £1bn IPO last month, opting instead for a sale to private equity firm CVC Capital.In October, a number of European companies floated but saw their shares perform weakly in the following days.French fashion group SMCP shares have barely risen above their initial stock market flotation price of £19 each, while Austrian bank Bawag listed at £43 a share and is now trading at £41.The London IPO market looked to have bounced back after a lacklustre 2016 after the Brexit vote and an underwhelming start to the year, raising doubts 1
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Shoemaker to the stars Jimmy Choo stepped out Friday on the London stock market, in a float valuing the business at $877 million. Its owner, investment firm JAB Luxury, had sold a 25.9-percent stake in the partial initial public offering. The company said in a statement, "We welcome our new shareholders and look forward to sharing with them the continuing momentum of this exceptional brand.” The top-end luxury brand, whose shoes retail at between £350 and £2,100 per pair, will use the IPO proceeds to open between 10 to 15 stores a year. http://news.yahoo.com/jimmy-choo-steps-london-stock-market-104308171.html http://www.wochit.com
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Manx Telecom has announced it will be listing on the Alternative Investment Market on the London Stock Exchange next week. The placing is expected to raise over £156 million. Isle of Man TV channel - material from the MTTV archive - produced by Paul Moulton for PMC-TV
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Travelex owner Finablr prepares to float on the London Stock Exchange for more than £1bn - News Techcology The owner of Travelex and UAE Exchange is preparing to float in London for more than £1billion.Finablr, the travel money businesses’ holding firm, which is owned by United Arab Emirates tycoon Bavaguthu Raghuram Shetty, would not reveal exactly when it plans to float or how much it intends to raise.However, Shetty bought London-based Travelex in 2014 for £1billion, so the combined business is likely to have a value which is considerably more.Executive director Binay Shetty, the billionaire businessman’s son, said: ‘We continue to focus on working on the initial public offering and will come back when the time is right.’It is one of several large floats announced in the past few weeks, including broker AJ Bell and City law firm Rosenblatt.There were 16 listings in the first three months of the year, according to accountant Ernst & Young. Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-5648645/Travelex-owner-Finablr-prepares-float-London-Stock-Exchange-1bn.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
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Michael Infante, Chief Executive and Chairman of One Media iP Group Plc opens the London Stock Exchange on the Groups first day o trading on AIM - 18th April 2013.
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Emma Titmus, Primary Markets, London Stock Exchange explains how to float your company on the LSE and the various options for this.
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Are you an environmentally conscience stock investor looking to add some bitcoin exposure to your portfolio without fearing you might be melting the polar ice caps? A new “green” energy cryptocurrency mining venture may soon be available for you to invest in.Also Read: Businessman Outright Buys Two Electric Power Stations to Do Bitcoin Mining in Russia Hydrominer GmbH, An Austrian cryptocurrency miner, is reportedly considering an initial public offering (IPO) on the London Stock Exchange AIM during 2018.This is meant not just to capitalize on the current ‘blockchain mania’ in the markets but to actually be used as a way to fund its global expansion plan beyond Austria.The company already raised about $2.8million in an initial coin offering (ICO) in November 2017, but now believes that listing its shares on an exchange will provide a more suitable venue to raise finds safely.“I want investors to be able to invest in a company that is genuinely risky but that operates within a framework which is secure,” said Hydrominer Chief Financial Officer Davies Guttmann.AIM is the LSE’s venue for smaller companies to float shares with a more flexible regulatory system than is applicable on the main market.The Vienna-based miner plans to raise a “double-digit million” sum, according to its CFO.“We will not be able to raise nearly enough money than we could use.”He also added that a leading auditor has been invited to review the business and that it is profitable.Austria’s has over 2,000 small hydroelectric power stations, many of them derelict, making for energy cheap if you can tap into this unused potential.Hydrominer operates its mining rigs within modular shipping containers near the stations in the Alps.The company thus reportedly pays only about 4.5cents a kilowatt-hour, estimated to be 85% lower than the average in the EU.Hydrominer also claims to be in advanced negotiations to form joint ventures in Austria, Canada and eastern Europe.A partnership deal could be announced within months, according to the CFO.Longer-term, Hydrominer plans to be an infrastructure provider for others in the cryptocurrency industry, offering hardware, software and skills.Should bitcoin firms seek the validation of traditional securities markets? Tell us what you think in the comments section below.Do you like to research and read about Bitcoin technology? Check out Bitcoin.com’s Wiki page for an in-depth look at Bitcoin’s innovative technology and interesting history.
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Rosenblatt Group plc, an independent City law firm which includes one of the UK's leading dispute resolution practices, is pleased to announce that Admission and trading of its Ordinary Shares commences at 8.00am today on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange ("AIM"). The fundraising, which was significantly oversubscribed, raised approximately £43 million before expenses, through the issue of 36,842,106 new Ordinary Shares and 43,250,000 existing Ordinary Shares.
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CWU members protested outside the London Stock Exchange as Royal Mail was floated on the stock market. Demonstrators dressed as robbers with swag bags represented how private investors are being allowed to steal public assets, while others wearing Cameron, Osborne and Cable masks firmly pointed where the blame laid.
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It's been confirmed - Aston Martin will float on the London Stock Exchange by the end of this year. Find out how to trade the Aston Martin IPO on our upcoming grey market on markets.com. *76.6% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.
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http://www.euronews.com/ Turning Moscow into a global financial centre. That's behind plans by the Moscow Exchange to float, a move which could raise around 380 million euros. The Exchange is Moscow's main venue for trading in stocks, bonds, foreign exchange and derivatives. Some of Russia's biggest firms, like Gazprom, and oil firm Lukoil, are listed on the exchange. The proposed float was announced in a statement and shares will be offered for sale to foreign investors as well as Russian citizens. Details of the offering were scant giving no information on its size. Find us on: Youtube http://bit.ly/zr3upY Facebook http://www.facebook.com/euronews.fans Twitter http://twitter.com/euronews
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Ready-meals maker Bakkavor has taken a £24million hit from the botched stock exchange listing led by its Icelandic founders.Profits at the firm, which supplies ready meals to Tesco, Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury’s and Waitrose, slid 38 per cent to £39million as costs relating to its debut ate into its finances.The firm’s owners Agust and Lydur Gudmundsson went ahead with the listing in November just a week after it had originally cancelled plans to float.Agust Gudmundsson, chief executive, said: ‘This has been a historic year for Bakkavor.'We have transformed the group, fully refinancing our lending facilities and listing on the London Stock Exchange, positioning us well for future growth.’Sales grew by 4.6 per cent to £1.8billion in 2017 as it benefited from higher prices agreed with supermarkets.Bakkavor said new products such as Christmas chocolate domes and charcoal-dough pizzas had been popular with supermarket shoppers.A move away from frozen and long-life food among US consumers saw it cater for an increasing appetite for fresh produce.It also invested £20million in expanding its biggest factory in China. AutoNews- Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/news/article-5446741/Botched-London-float-costs-ready-meals-maker-Bakkavor-24m.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
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- Uber faces new opposition from London cab drivers over licence renewal - AIB set for London float later this year - Software firm looks for a potential June IPO on London Stock exchange ayondo's Marcus Brown takes a look at market news, important figures and what to watch out for today. This service is for information only and should not be interpreted as investment advice.
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Hackers/Founders The world’s largest network of tech entrepreneurs with currently over 200,000 members. Hackers/Founders also manages a cooperative of startup companies, called the Co-op. http://hf.cx
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UK bank Aldermore has announced that it intends to float on the London Stock Exchange in October. The bank said it hoped to raise £75m "to support the medium-term growth of the business". Aldermore, founded in May 2009, is a specialist bank that concentrates on lending to small and medium-sized businesses, as well as to homeowners. The bank said that its total amount of loans to customers had now passed the £4bn mark. http://www.bbc.com/news/business-29306952 http://www.wochit.com
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The economic situation in Russia has been improving and consequently Russian stocks have improved too. I discuss the risks and rewards of the Russian economy and how to approach such an investment as investing in Russia is and will always be tricky. I discuss the largest Russian company, Sberbank and its stock. I also check the Russian ETF ERUS. YOu can invest in Russia mostly on the London Stock Exchange, over the counter or directly on the Moscow stock exchange. What do I do? Full-time independent stock market analyst and researcher: https://sven-carlin-research-platform.teachable.com/p/stock-market-research-platform Check the comparative stock list table on my Stock market research platform under curriculum preview! I am also a book author: Modern Value Investing book: https://amzn.to/2lvfH3t More about me and some written reports at the Sven Carlin blog: https://svencarlin.com Stock market for modern value investors Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/modernvalueinvesting/
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Full title reads: "The Stock Exchange 'Annual'. First - and most famous of all London-Brighton Walks, won by L. J. Hollyer in 8 hours, 52 & half minutes." London. Pan down the clock tower of Big Ben at the Palace of Westminster. There appears to be some scaffolding on the Houses of Parliament. Men taking part in walking race from London to Brighton (not clear where they are, but they are in a town somewhere). High angle shot of two walkers who have broken away. As they walk past a bicycle drawn milk float one of the walkers points to it. They are being followed by two men on bicycles and a car. Different angle of the two men as they walk along. They both receive things from their helpers. As the two walkers come through one town they walk past a small crowd - standing outside the 'George Hotel'. More shots of two walkers as they continue the race. People applaud them as they pass by. One walker - presumably L J Hollyer - is welcomed by crowd as he arrives fairly tired at the end of the race. A crowd surrounds him as he is interviewed for the newsreel - Sadly no sound. He is wearing a black shirt and has a swastika emblem on his chest - political symbol or club badge? Sound Track Missing FILM ID:673.12 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/ British Pathé also represents the Reuters historical collection, which includes more than 120,000 items from the news agencies Gaumont Graphic (1910-1932), Empire News Bulletin (1926-1930), British Paramount (1931-1957), and Gaumont British (1934-1959), as well as Visnews content from 1957 to the end of 1979. All footage can be viewed on the British Pathé website. https://www.britishpathe.com/
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London Stock Exchange Group CEO Xavier Rolet on the impact of the Saudi Aramco IPO.
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According to a report from Sky News, Aston Martin is close to announcing plans to go public with an IPO on the London Stock Exchange. A listing on the New York Stock Exchange has also reportedly been considered. In December of last year, news broke that the company's owners had hired financial advisory firm Lazard to prepare for a potential offering. The report suggests that the British automaker is looking at an offering of $1.29 billion (£1 billion) in shares and an overall company valuation of around $6.44 billion (£5 billion). An Intention To Float statement could be filed as early as next week, says Sky. . . . . . . Help us to be better -- Subscribe this channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCeXTPuN23WaP8NotLtv_Nw?view_as=subscriber Backsound Free Royalty License by "Music: www.bensound.com or "Royalty Free Music from Bensound"
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No one should be in the least bit surprised if supine London Stock Exchange shareholders give chairman Donald Brydon the kiss of life at today’s investor meeting.In spite of a vocal campaign, The Children’s Investment Fund (TCI) looks to be short of the requisite votes to oust Brydon if preliminary counts are to believed.The main reason given for rejecting TCI’s call for change is that to lose the chairman so soon after ousting the chief executive Xavier Rolet would leave the LSE, the world’s third-largest exchange, rudderless.The truth is that in spite of the weak, and at times disingenuous, leadership over the last year or so, the LSE is still doing very nicely.More than 100 businesses will have chosen to float on the LSE by the end of 2017. That is 51 per cent up on 2016 and higher than any other European exchange.The very idea that the LSE board would find it hard to replace Brydon from among its own members or rapidly recruit a knowledgeable City figure – such as former HSBC boss Doug Flint – is simply preposterous.We shouldn’t expect much in the way of activism from the LSE’s big battalion stockholders.These are the very same nodding dog investors who enthusiastically embraced Brydon’s vision of a takeover by Deutsche Boerse (DB) and went along with the plan to jettison Rolet.Yet Rolet is the person who delivered astonishing value for LSE investors and the proposal was to replace him with the struggling chief executive of DB Carsten Kengeter, who appears to have had a weak grasp of rules governing share purchases during takeover talks.Even more naive was the assumption that by setting up a joint ‘Brexit committee’, the impact of Britain’s referendum vote could be somehow erased.All of this before one considers the wasted advisory costs involved in pursuing an unsuccessful merger and the big legal bills which came from the need to clear regulatory hurdles.The biggest investor, the Qatar Investment Authority, has been virtually silent. Perhaps the wealthy Gulf State feels it has enough on its hands with its bitter dispute with bigger neighbour Saudi Arabia and the ongoing legal entanglements over its sweetheart deal with Barclays in the aftermath of the financial crisis.The reality is that QIA, BlackRock et al were far too quick to vote away the LSE’s independence at the time of the DB deal and are now declining to throw overboard the architect of a costly mistake.Brydon recognises his reputation is on the line and understandably, after a lifetime in the financial community, doesn’t want to be bullied by activists into stepping down.But by hanging onto his job until 2019 he remains a lightning rod for criticism when what the LSE needs most is a fresh start after making debilitating missteps.Minority investors in Sky are getting restless. The December 2016 bid by 21st Century Fox for the 61 per cent of Sky that it does not own has been caught up in an elongated regulatory battle over plurality in Britain’s media.Disney, bidder for most 21st Ce AutoNews- Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/comment/article-5191905/ALEX-BRUMMER-Investors-betray-London-Stock-Exchange.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
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SHOTLIST FILE - Moscow, 14 July 2006 1. Wide exterior of Rosneft building 2. Close-up of building 3. Mid shot of flags in front of building Moscow, 19 July 2006 4. Wide interior of Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) 5. People at computer desks 6. Man looking at screen 7. Close up of screen 8. Set up shot Head of MICEX, Aleksey Rybnikov 9. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Aleksey Rybnikov, Head of MICEX: "From the exchange's point of view, we're interested in the volume. That's the goal for the exchange, the liquidity, the pool of liquidity that we're able to concentrate here. Again, given the size of the IPO (Initial Public Offering), given the free floats of this company, and given the number of investors involved in the IPO, we really expect Rosneft to become one of the blue chips on the Russian security market." 10. Wide interior Russian Association of Managers 11. Economist from the Russian Association of Managers, Alexander Dynin, sitting down 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Alexander Dynin, economist, Russian Association of Managers: "Well, at the moment it looks like a good investment. In the longer term, we'll see what will happen, but in the short term and medium term, it looks like an excellent investment." 13. Cutaway Dynin at computer 14. SOUNDBITE (English) Alexander Dynin, economist, Russian Association of Managers: "The performance of oil and gas companies is highly dependent on the price situation at the global markets. If oil and gas prices remain high, then the future of oil and gas companies such as Rosneft is of course bright. Should they fall for some reason, then we'll see." 15. Wide exterior of MDM Bank (Russian bank) 16. Wide interior of MDM with people at computers 17. People working at screens 18. Close up of screen 19. Close up of screen showing information on Rosneft shares STORYLINE: Rosneft shares got off to a tepid start in London on Wednesday proof, analysts said, that the state-controlled oil company had slapped too high a price on Russia's biggest and most controversial public offering. Official trading opened one day after Russian oil company OAO Yukos failed to convince a British judge that allowing the shares to trade would constitute the sale of stolen goods. Yukos' biggest fields were bought by Rosneft at a knock-down price after they were auctioned off against its 28 (b) billion US dollar back tax bill in 2004. Shares in Rosneft were trading at 7.54 US dollars on the London Stock Exchange, below the offer price of 7.55 US dollars. At that price, Russia's third largest oil producer is worth 79.8 (b) billion US dollars, more than OAO Lukoil, which is the nation's biggest oil producer and is unencumbered by Yukos' threats of a lifetime of litigation. Analysts say the only way Rosneft is worth that amount is if it can gather up the remaining assets of Yukos, whose fate hangs in the balance as creditors meet on Thursday to decide whether or not the company should be liquidated. "At the moment it looks like a good investment. In the longer term, we'll see what will happen," said economist Alexander Dynin, the First Deputy Executive Director at the Russian Association of Managers. The 10.4 (b) billion US dollars raised from the sale of 13 per cent of Rosneft's stock is nominally aimed paying down a loan the state took to cement control of natural gas monopoly OAO Gazprom. But observers say the main function of the sale is to put a respectable veneer on the state's drive to regain control of the oil industry, which began with the campaign against Yukos. And after a massive promotional campaign trumpeting the company's prospects and stability to Russian citizens, who bought about four per cent of what was on offer, analysts say the IPO cannot be allowed to fail. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f242d14c7e562ba4b3ab026d9f7b080d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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A Dutch finance firm yesterday outlined plans for one of the biggest flotations on the London stock market this year in a major vote of confidence in Brexit Britain.As the City geared up for a string of listings that could spark a fees bonanza for bankers and other advisers, TMF said that once the deal is complete it will leave its headquarters in Amsterdam for a new base in the capital.The company, which employs 7,000 staff in more than 80 countries and offers accounting, tax and payroll services for clients such as Netflix and Linked In, looks set to be valued at around £1.4billion when it goes public next month.Bosses at TMF said the Brexit vote 'has not been a barrier to the company choosing London' – adding the UK's exit from the EU 'could actually present an opportunity'.In a further sign of the City's enduring appeal, Russian energy company En+ outlined plans to raise £1.1billion in London and Moscow – making it Russia's first listing in the capital since 2014.British Virgin Islands investment company J2 Acquisition also said it had raised £950million through an initial public offering on the London Stock Exchange.LSE bosses are hoping to lure in the biggest deal of all, Saudi state oil firm Aramco, which is valued at about £1.6trillion.It comes amid growing optimism for Britain's stock exchange, which suffered a fall in initial public offerings immediately after the Brexit vote but has rapidly bounced back.More businesses floated on London than any rival in Europe, the Middle East, India or Africa in the third quarter of 2017, according to accountant EY.Its figures also revealed that foreign firms accounted for 12 per cent of these listings and 56 per cent of the £2.9billion raised.The biggest hitter so far this year has been Allied Irish Banks, worth £10.6billion, which raised £2.7billion in one of the City's largest stock market listings for two decades.Shares in the firm – which was bailed out by Ireland's government at the height of the financial crisis – began trading in London and Dublin in June.PwC director Hilary Eastman said: 'Investors are still reasonably confident about the future for UK companies, which may explain why London is still seeing healthy initial public offering activity.'And speaking at the Tory conference earlier this week, LSE chief executive Xavier Rolet said it would be 'conservative' to expect a financial technology firm valued at between £100billion and £300billion to come out of London in ten years.TMF's listing in particular will be seen as a huge feather in the City's cap after the business said Brexit presented a major moneymaking opportunity.It added: 'Brexit has not been a barrier to choosing London – in fact, the UK's exit from the EU could actually present an opportunity to TMF Group, given that business complexity and companies moving across borders are key drivers of its growth.' AutoNews- Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-4953230/Brexit-boost-Dutch-lead-London-stock-market-charge.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
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Aston Martin shares skid on market debut James Bond's favourite carmaker hails an "historic milestone" but its stock slips as analysts question its £4.3bn valuation. Shares in luxury carmaker Aston Martin have skidded lower after it made its stock market debut. The British company - famous for making James Bond's cars - was valued at £4.3bn or £19 a share as it began trading on the London stock exchange. But it fell by as much as 6.5% in morning trading as investors and analysts expressed concerns that the business may find it hard to deliver on the ambitious rollout of new models. The initial offer price of £19 a share was itself lower than the top end of the £17.50 to £22.50 range that it had put forward last month. That would have seen the manufacturer - famous for making James Bond's cars - valued at more than £5bn. Now, the carmaker looks set to miss out on inclusion in the FTSE 100 when the stock exchange has its next reshuffle in December, as it would fall short of the required market valuation. Aston Martin chief executive Andy Palmer described the float as a "historic milestone" and said there had been a "positive response from investors across the world" as it prepared to make its debut. The company, which last year made its first profit since 2010, has gone bankrupt seven times in its history. The float sees it sell about a quarter of its existing stock. Its main owners are the Italian investment firm Investindustrial and a group of Kuwaiti-based investors. Aston Martin reported a pre-tax profit of £20.8m for the first half of this year on revenue of £449.9m. Jasper Lawler of London Capital Group said: "The first public listing of a British carmaker in decades has the kind of 'dinner party' appeal that few IPOs share. "Aston Martin is one of the most hotly anticipated IPOs this year." But Russ Mould, investment director at AJ Bell, said it appeared to have been "priced on too high a valuation versus its growth prospects". He added: "Aston Martin has a very aggressive expansion plan which means the bar has been set very high in terms of market expectations." Aston Martin employs more than 2,700 people, and sells its cars in 53 countries. Its growth prospects have been spurred by its strong performance in overseas markets including China, where it plans to open ten new showrooms.
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Luxury shoe brand Jimmy Choo plans to list its shares on the London Stock Exchange in October. The shoe and accessories maker said on Tuesday that it plans to float at least a 25% stake. The firm didn't comment on how much money it will raise though the company's expected to be valued at more than £500 million. http://online.wsj.com/articles/jimmy-choo-plans-to-list-shares-in-london-1411456081 http://www.wochit.com
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Mainstay Medical International plc (Mainstay Medical) has today floated on the Irish Stock Exchange (ISE). Mainstay Medical raised €18m on its admission to the Enterprise Securities Market (ESM) and commenced trading with a market capitalisation of €90m. Mainstay Medical is the first company on the Irish market to have a dual quotation with Euronext Paris. The ISE now has active dual listings with the UK, US, Canada, France and Switzerland.
Saudi Aramco - Floating the idea of a China buyout David Buik, Senior market Commentator at Panmure Gordon speaks to Matt Brown about the proposed float of Saudi Aramco. With the anti corruption charges ongoing in Saudi Arabia creating uncertainty in the region. With Brent Crude above $64 in value. Buik notes President Trump's interest in attracting the Aramo float to the NYSE. Buik belives however, that the SEC and NYSE do not have enough time to review and change regulation to allow for the float. The London Stock Exchange and the FTSE have the capcity to allow for a listing or partial listing in the U.K. Finally, Buik highlights that China may take the whole stake from the Saudis (circa 5%) in a deal which he believes will benefit all parties. Core Finance is part of Core London, a TV production company based in Belgravia, London. Core Finance aims to provide its viewers with insightful market commentary, helping investors navigate global financial markets. Making the content provided invaluable to viewers. Our shows are closely followed by fund managers, day traders, retail investors, company CEO's, experienced investors and those new to the financial markets. Core Finance covers all asset classes ranging from currencies (forex), equities, bonds, commodities, crypto-currencies, ETF's, futures and options. Views expressed are solely those of guests and presenters and do not constitute investment advice and are not the views of Core Finance or Core London. See More At: www.corelondon.tv Twitter: @CoreLondonTV Facebook: CoreLondonTV
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Burberrys / www.burberrys.com Burberry Group plc (LSE: BRBY) is a British luxury fashion house, manufacturing clothing and fashion accessories. Its distinctive tartan pattern has become one of its most widely copied trademarks. The company has branded stores and franchises around the world, and also sells through concessions in third-party stores. It runs a catalogue business and has a fragrance line. HM Queen Elizabeth II and HRH The Prince of Wales have granted the company Royal Warrants. Burberry's trademark products are its fashionable handbags and exclusive fragrances. The Creative Director is Christopher Bailey. The company is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index. Early years, 19th century Burberry was founded in 1856 when 21-year-old Thomas Burberry, a former draper's apprentice, opened his own store in Basingstoke, Hampshire, England. By 1870, the business had established itself by focusing on the development of outdoors attire. In 1880, Burberry invented gabardine, a hardwearing, water-resistant yet breathable fabric, in which the yarn is waterproofed before weaving. The Gabardine was patented in 1888. Burberry was the original name, but then the company soon switched to using the name Burberrys, after many customers from around the world began calling it Burberrys of London. This name is still visible on many older Burberry products. 1908 Burberry's advertisement. In 1891, Burberry opened a shop in the Haymarket, London, which still exists and is the site of Burberrys corporate headquarters. 20th century In 1901, the Burberry Equestrian Knight Logo was developed containing the Latin word "Prorsum", meaning forwards, and registered as a trademark. In 1911 they became the outfitters for Roald Amundsen, the first man to reach the South Pole, and Ernest Shackleton, who led a 1914 expedition to cross Antarctica. A Burberry gabardine jacket was worn by George Mallory on his ill-fated attempt on Mount Everest in 1924. In 1914 Burberry was commissioned by the War Office to adapt its officer's coat to suit the conditions of contemporary warfare, resulting in the "trench coat". After the war, the trench coat became popular with civilians. The iconic Burberry check was created in the 1920s and used as a lining in its trench coats. Burberry also specially designed aviation garments. A. E. Clouston and Mrs Betsy Kirby Green made the fastest flying time to Cape Town from London in 1937 and were sponsored by Burberry. Recent history Burberry was an independent company until 1955, when it was taken over by Great Universal Stores (GUS). Burberry Group plc was initially floated on the London Stock Exchange in July 2002. GUS divested its remaining interest in Burberry in December 2005. In 2006 Rose Marie Bravo, who as Chief Executive had led Burberry to mass market success, retired. She was replaced by current CEO Angela Ahrendts.
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Edward Wray co-founded Betfair in 1999 and was Chief Executive until 2003, when he moved to Australia to set up the company’s joint venture there. He became Chairman of the Betfair Group in 2006. Betfair floated on the London Stock Exchange in October 2010, valued at £1.4bn. It is one of the world’s largest online sports betting operators, processing more than 7 million transactions a day. Edward recently stepped down from his role as Chairman of Betfair, and currently holds Directorships at Funding Circle (the peer to business lending site) and LMAX Limited (the world’s leading exchange for FX), and is Chair of the Development Board of the charity YouthNet. He is an active Angel investor. Prior to setting up Betfair, Edward spent eight years at J.P. Morgan & Co. as a Vice President in the debt capital markets & derivatives area. He has an MA in Engineering, Economics & Management from the University of Oxford.
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Successful partnerships with rivals and a popular advertising campaign saw sales at fashion retailer Quiz soar.The firm, which floated on the London stock exchange in July, said online sales in the six months to September 30 rose 204 per cent to £13.8million, from £4.5million the year before, while overall sales were up 35 per cent to £56.1million.It added that sales through its own websites increased by 122 per cent.Quiz was founded by entrepreneur Tarak Ramzan in 1993 and began as a store-only business in Glasgow. It now has 68 shops in the UK. AutoNews- Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-4971060/Fast-fashion-chain-Quiz-sales-leap-200.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/03/08/worldpay-swings-into-profit-in-first-results-since-stock-market/ Worldpay swings into profit in first results since stock market float. Worldpay swung into profit last year as the company reported a double-digit rise in the number of transactions processed. The FTSE 100 company, which provides businesses with a platform to accept card payments, reported a pre-tax profit of £19.1m in 2015, following a loss of £47.1m in 2014. The company, which floated on the London Stock Exchange last October, said revenues rose 9pc to £3.96bn as the number of transactions it processed climbed 14pc to 13.1bn. Net revenues, which take into account interchange fees, rose 14pc to £981.7m, while the company's preferred earnings measure - before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) - rose 8pc to £406.1m. Last October, Worldpay launched the UK's biggest initial public offering of 2015, valuing the company at £5bn. The shares, which were floated at a price of 240p, climbed as a high as 316.8p in January before falling sharply amid a general rout in global equities. The shares fell as much as 5.24pc on Tuesday morning, to 276.60p, but remain well above the company's flotation price. Philip Jansen, chief executive of Worldpay, described 2015 as "a year of considerable achievement". He said the company had made a "good start" to 2016. "These results provide a strong platform for continued growth over the medium term," said Mr Jansen. Worldpay was snapped up by Bain Capital and Advent in 2010 after it was hived off from RBS as a condition of its taxpayer-backed bail-out. The private equity giants are still significant shareholders. The company confirmed that it would not pay a dividend. It expects its first shareholder payout to be declared later this year. MAYHEM LIVE STREAMING CHAT https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJKAMoQi6_E https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Cuw9FBmu1c https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdIuhKkPa-0 CHAOS NEWS https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSPkPXxbozIiSej7iwO4AbQ CHAOS VIEW https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMDjvKppvM1A4GMpXPa8vpA Chaos In You https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpH720vgipi368wcSLulDpA CHAOS VIEW Network https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYvgrWm_E1FPz1qj9DAWB1A CHAOS BOT https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4ENIjxSZcCAZYPP-L3m3BQ CHAOS VIEW Archive https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUiFq-IUU64l62ygPdbVnIA . new chaos nwo gold silver web bot burns oregon lavoy truth murder ammon bundy pete santilli fbi jttf agenda21 reportings latest sandy hook crash collapse stock patriot truther movement. --------- . hillary clinton donald trump democrat republican election nomination email scandal ammon bundy lavoy finicum pete santilli anonymous pike county ohio mayhem chaotic . live streaming hangout hangouts chat discussion discuss talk oregon information agenda21 monsanto organic healthy superfood heal fenugreek research investigation machines robotos cybernetics artificial intelligence AI social media 2018 2020 2022 2030 2040 2045 refuge protest ROBOTS CERN EARTHQUAKE AGENDA21 OREGONSTANDOFF OREGON BURNS STANDOFF BUNDYRANCH UPDATES MARK MCCONNEL BLAINE COOPER BRANDON CURTISS AMMON BUNDY RYAN BUNDY CLIVEN BUNDY MELVIN LEE JON RITZHEIMER FBI INFORMANTS ORGANIC GMO . . mass murders mass murder suicide genocide nazi kkk donald trump hillary clinton gun control gun ban ar-15 second amendment sex dolls love oral cleanse cancer CBD oil chat talk . Omar Mateen Pulse . lonelygirl15 . Chaos & Mayhem All Around - Riots Protests - Michigan Summer Of Rage Continues - RNC Cleveland https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rREYMYJEr4 CHAOS Theory - #001 - LRAD Long Range Acoustic Device Purpose Usage Riot Control Cleveland 10 Minutes Of Chaos On Challenging The Rhetoric With Cheri Roberts #35 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MGbedUbJbKc . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F9sFlMJ2oug . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=plUzxHcQZqw . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAZPvzLmyzA . http://www.oregonstandofftrials.com/ http://www.bundyranchtrials.com/ oregonstandofftrials bundyranchtrials oregon standoff trials bundy ranch trials . [email protected] . #trump donald trump potus sean spicer chinada3 . https://challengingtherhetoric.wordpress.com/2017/01/22/new-allegations-of-multi-state-merchant-services-credit-card-fraud-and-money-laundering-lobbied-against-former-florida-ftc-robocall-defendant-jaime-spears-aldazabal-by-prominent-members-of-the-milit/ . CHAOS VIEW ARCHIVE . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fdMT8gFI-rk . Who Is Steve Bannon? - The Preliminary Investigation Begins - POTUS DONALD TRUMP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iuIkW7Bg1fY . https://chaosviewarchive.wordpress.com/ . Who Is Steve Bannon? - The Alt-Right In The Mainstream - Milo Yiannopoulos Donald Trump UC Berkeley https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A1cH0piULkc
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