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Crunched today to all time low. Revenue is there but the type of customers and profit is not.Worth a sniff?
I’m sure Credit Corp would have taken a look, it’s just whether the price is right to purchase the loan book / meets their ethical standards.
On the money. Nice little boost with an increase in numbers. Was considering selling but every time I do they just get better. Like an ex gf [emoji28]
These guys seem to be flush with cash and growing in the right direction, and I’m finally in the green (that merger was never great).Why can’t...
$2.20 is quite literally, giving the farm away. Bloody hell that’s a steep discount. And highly dilutive.
It’s a bizarre business with thousands of products in a category that is supposedly weak (household purchases) yet is still trending higher?...
Great call by me! Little bit of market observation and what do you know, trading halt for guidance update. I’m expecting blood.
I’m eating massive humble pie! Well done Verce.
Wouldn’t be surprised to get a market update early Nov. Seems to be a pattern with these guys.
Can’t go broke making a profit [emoji1360]
Nothing hurts more than not getting the SPP right. FML
Gotta be honest - seeing how cheap avocados, blueberries, strawberry’s etc are atm I can’t help but think they’ll get trashed again.
In breach of debt covenants and credit facility will not be renewed. Uh ohhh.
I got out with a 10% profit after recovering my cost base following a tumultuous few years. A few dollars too early [emoji2957]
Can anyway tell me what Boral do now after they sold the brick business? Is it just building supplies?
Wowwee. Wonder why their margins fell. You can’t give money away...
Where’s that head bang emoji? For some stupid reason didn’t sell out when the first offer came through, now left languishing and this is getting...
How bloody great is CCP. Such astute purchasers. It’s straight to the bottom line. I was thinking they may have run out of steam but [emoji1362]
CCP in a trading halt pending an acquisition. Collection House and Pioneer are trading, so perhaps it’s a US company?
I’m not a fan of pay-day lending either, but how can you dispute debt collecting? Are companies meant to let people walk away from their obligations?