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rene in geneva

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  1. rene in geneva

    AAH

    Just more investments with shorter time frames is why the lack of interest, I am hopeful (not a good term to use with an investment strategy) that we will be compensated for our support. http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/sad.gif
  2. rene in geneva

    AAH

    Chiplin and the boys better be working on something because the market could care less atmo. The whole bio sector is just on the nose, especially against an alternative investment like the big Australian. Patience is a virtue as they say.......
  3. Bit of movement at the station lads http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/lmaosmiley.gif
  4. Morgan Stanley index change may affect SLX slx news
  5. rene in geneva

    AAH

    EGX meeting on now. Wonder how the market will view the outcome. http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/unsure.gif
  6. Something worth considering whilst working on your current U investment strategy....... cameco shorts
  7. Thr SLX tree is getting a bit of a shake today. Past experience would suggest news will follow soon.
  8. rene in geneva

    AAH

    At least Chiplin has deleted "absolutely" from the patter.... http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/cool.gif
  9. rene in geneva

    AVX

    Good progress confirmation here.
  10. rene in geneva

    AAH

    LONDON (Thomson Financial) - Biopharmaceutical company Peptech Ltd said Sun Hung Kai Investment Services Ltd has reduced its direct shareholding in the company from 5.27 pct to 4.34 pct.  The company said Sun Hung Kai has confirmed that its beneficial ownership has not changed, with the 1.5 mln shares being transferred to its holding within National Nominees Ltd.  The group added that with effect from June 27, Citicorp Nominees Pty Ltd has a stake of 6.63 mln shares, representing 4.05 pct of the company. ÂÂÂÂÂÂ
  11. rene in geneva

    AAH

    Article on antibody development with a mention for Peptech.Antibody article
  12. rene in geneva

    AAH

    I am happy with this deal. The bigger the better(and less risky). Premium has to be paid to get a deal done, If I remember correctly people were furious at the BHP/Billiton merger as well. Interestingly Merilyn Sleigh was the Research Director at Peptech from 93 to 97. Cheers, Rene
  13. rene in geneva

    AVX

    I assume everybody has topped up with the new issue. With this nice strong finish it looks like it will be tracking back up to $1.00 very quickly!
  14. When this stop loss selling is over I would not be surprised to see a new major holder (or two!)
  15. Looks like a little shaking of the tree going on here today!
  16. rene in geneva

    AVX

    Must be due to re-list any mo. I think it will go berserk by the look of things.....
  17. rene in geneva

    AAH

    I don't know about you blokes, but I reckon someone is up to something here. In the last 15 minutes a huge buy order has taken out everything up to 1.78. Very suss.
  18. rene in geneva

    AAH

    Looks like they have hired the advisor, now lets see what happens from here.
  19. In reply to: ditch on Friday 09/03/07 09:36am You could be right ditch, certainly having a good leg up today.
  20. rene in geneva

    GTG

    Nice retraction just released, hold on to your hats punters!
  21. In reply to: drg on Tuesday 27/02/07 08:27pm Weak miners drag London stocks lower The FTSE moved sharply lower on Tuesday with heavyweight commodity stocks dictating the direction of the market as miners were hit by concerns over a potential ‘windfall’ tax. The mining sector fell on reports in South Africa, which said a task team set up by the country’s finance minister, Trevor Manuel, had suggested windfall taxes for the resources industry. Adding to those fears, the Shanghai Composite index plunged almost 9 per cent overnight leading to concerns over Chinese growth. Anglo American (LSE: AAL.L - news) shares fell 3.1 per cent to £25.47, while BHP Billiton lost 3.3 per cent to £10.84 and Xstrata (LSE: XTA.L - news) was down by 3.1 per cent at £25.72. Asia-focused bank Standard Chartered (LSE: STAN.L - news) shed 2.7 per cent to £14.69 after it narrowly beat analysts’ forecasts with a 19 per cent increase in full-year profits. The group said expenses growth will exceed income growth in the first half of 2007, largely due to accelerating investment in consumer banking. The FTSE 100 was lower by 63.5 points, or 1 per cent, at 6,370.2 in early exchanges with all but three stocks trading in negative territory. The mid-cap FTSE 250 plummeted 168.6 points, 1.5 per cent, to 11,443.3, with Avis Europe (LSE: AVE.L - news) leading fallers.
  22. rene in geneva

    AAH

    In reply to: nash on Thursday 22/02/07 10:52am Agree Nash, change to nuclear medicine and cover all bases http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/lmaosmiley.gif
  23. rene in geneva

    AAH

    In reply to: wolverine on Monday 12/02/07 08:42pm Do you work at Peptech Wolve? You certainly have your lobe to the ground! http://www.sharescene.com/html/emoticons/lmaosmiley.gif
  24. rene in geneva

    AAH

    In reply to: bloodclot on Saturday 09/12/06 12:40pm Another perspective on the deal and the price: "Analysts said the deal was a good strategic move for GSK, although there were suggestions it paid a high price for a business which has raised just £42.4m from venture capitalists since its launch. Navid Malik, a pharmaceutical analyst at Collins Stewart, said: "It's really platform technology that they are buying. It gives them a stronger foothold in the area of antibodies and proteins." Rather than expanding Glaxo's immediate pipeline, it is about putting the firm in the novel area of antibody drugs, he added. Ben Yeoh, an analyst at Dresdner Kleinwort, said: "GSK are looking for interesting technology and that is what they are acquiring with Domantis. However, in terms of providing anything commercially, that is five to 10 years down the line." the independent/domantis
  25. rene in geneva

    AAH

    In reply to: nightshifter on Friday 08/12/06 11:53am Both Ptd and Poh in trading halt, mmm...... They would certainly have impressive cash flow before long if they were one unit.
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