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Totally agree on the need to change the way placings are conducted. In my opinion it would be significantly better if a company suspended it shares when it is looking to do a placing. This would stop PIs buying in what is effectively a false market and would also ensure the share price is stabilised for the fund raising rather than being forced down by…

That is the crux of the issue really, how do Private investors actually get to challenge these incentive schemes? There seem to be more and more of these getting slipped out recently with very low hurdle rates that will give rewards and only require mediocre management to achieve , I would lump the recent Sprue Aegis LTIP into the same mould. The best inventive plan…

My impression on BMK is that the generic competition did not start as early as they expected and with the mergers going through management has very much taken its eye of the ball with regards to generics which has now required a bigger response , I can only assume this is now going to not only effect volume of sales but also the margin thereof…

ETQ : The problem I have with buying companies that are putting themselves up for sale is whilst you may think it's an each way bet because the valuation looks reasonable, should they not attract a bid the market tends to take the view that if no one in the industry wants to buy you why should we and the shares get marked down pretty…

Liking the additional comments David in the last few days, like getting 2 reports for the price of one , keep them coming.


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