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    RGS - REGENEUS LTD

    Listing delayed by ASX, this Thursday at the earliest. The reason given is delays in document transmission.
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    RGS - REGENEUS LTD

    Tim Boreham (Criterion) has expressed some interest Stockbroker BBY is still pushing the line Interesting times ahead
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    RGS - REGENEUS LTD

    Hi MM & MW, seems they are still sorting out share issues with ASX eg escrow acknowledgements etc. It appears that for the ASX to accept a listing compliance must be complete.
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    RGS - REGENEUS LTD

    Stockbroker BBY is excited
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    RGS - REGENEUS LTD

    Regeneus in the ASX starting blocks waiting for the starters signal. Listing date 11 September.
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    RGS - REGENEUS LTD

    Fast track approval process could see Regeneus launch into Japan within 3-4 years. Link
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    RGS - REGENEUS LTD

    Something from the Scientist Magazine, about a surge in Biotech IPOs
  8. More here, ABC RN http://www.radioaustralia.net.au/internati...-humans/1131846
  9. For those CST who are still with us Messrs Radford Rothel Woods & Jones have been awarded a gong. http://www.atse.org.au/Documents/Publicati...0May%202013.pdf And good on em too.
  10. Therein lies the problem - that they were unaware of the profitability of all their projects, including but not limited to HV4. Construction business is always tight, margins narrow to non existent with profits derived from variations. The payoff is that, for a short period of time, you get to hold a lot of cash. Successful construction requires discipline with constant monitoring of costs and cash flow. So for MAH to get themseles into a position where they just don't know what is going wrong indicates poor or none quality management.
  11. What is there to communicate? It is or was a crap product ramped up by a bunch of spivs who sold it to another bunch of suckers. Too much information?
  12. Here's me thinking that holders of SLA are the really really sad, sad individuals who don't have a life. Glad to be proven wrong.
  13. Maybe oilleak but so far 90% of the prediction has failed.
  14. Yes but, like the Norwegian Blue parrot the 90% element has expired..Wednesday was the favourite by a country mile
  15. One thing to bear in mind - a flat or weak HY result appears to have already been factored in
  16. Link I think it is in alphabetical order
  17. By academics I meant those with academic qualifications eg, the CEO of BHP has a Ph.D and both VW and Bayer CropScience being run by professors with a Ph.D.
  18. rileyi, that is a reasonable theory but before endorsing it I would need to see some evidence that the theory works. In general successful companies are run by academics, not salesmen. The CEO delegates sales to a sales team, that is what the CEO does best - delegate and manage.
  19. Unfortunately it is the science that makes or breaks sales - without science as a reference it will be difficult to find anybody with credibility to risk that credibility backing the method or product. Additionally the quality of the science is important as it lends confidence. That is how it works and why it costs so much to get medical products to the market.
  20. I saw that and wondered what was up!
  21. A bit of off screen trading this morning.. ..I guess the market is happy with 'how things are goin' ?
  22. Thinking about it a little further, we have always assumed that Cellestis was "tightly held" with directors sitting on a large chunk and that perceptions of liquidity, or lack thereof being a potential hurdle for big buyers. By selling on market the directors have challenged those assumptions. That has to be a good not bad look for the market
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