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    Quote Originally Posted by Sideshow Bob View Post
    I think you just ramped up the share price........
    Yeah,you are right ,Bob, I have just pushed it further out of reach. The rumour is that they serve a lot more than NZOG style sausage rolls. All in front of a roaring log fire with copious quantities of refreshing beverages.
    Discl: not holding but wish that I was.

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    Talking of spreads, the current Skyline share price spread is around 12% (buy 5.81, sell 6.50) which appears lavish

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    Quote Originally Posted by D_Pick View Post
    Talking of spreads, the current Skyline share price spread is around 12% (buy 5.81, sell 6.50) which appears lavish
    I would not read too much in the width of quotes.Most trades in the last month have gone through at $6.02 and $6.05.So if you really wanted to buy ,bid $6.05.
    I note there are 3157 shares on offer.With 4000 minimum what happens if you buy them.?

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    That probably means that only existing holders can buy parcels of less than 4,000.

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    I note today there are 100,000 shares on offer at $6.02.

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    Quote Originally Posted by percy View Post
    I note today there are 100,000 shares on offer at $6.02.
    And 200,000 sold at $6.02. !!!!!

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    200,000 traded at $6.02 today which provides a good market valuation reference point. Assuming this buyer has done their research?

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    Quote Originally Posted by D_Pick View Post
    200,000 traded at $6.02 today which provides a good market valuation reference point. Assuming this buyer has done their research?
    I thought it was you.$1.2 mil is a fair bit to spend just to go to a lavish AGM.

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    Another 153,000 gone through at $6.02.

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    Disc: I'm not the buyer Percy

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