Friday, November 03, 2006

City Share Price Movements (Week Ending 3.11.06)

This is the weekly article charting Manchester City Plc's share price movements during the last week. The price doesn't move very much and not many shares are usually traded, so you can pick up here at the end of each week our summary of the week gone by.

This week:-
Finishing price (mid): 22.5p
Bid price: 21p
Offer price: 24p

Share price movement for the week:-
None

Volume:-
30/10 0
31/10 0
01/11 0
02/11 0
03/11 0

Total volume for the week: 0

All information taken from Plus Markets Group

4 Comments:

At 8:20 pm, Anonymous Blue, Wigan said...

I think I'm on the wrong site. I want to be on a site where someone loves City - Win or Lose. You don't seem to,

 
At 8:55 pm, Blogger Ollie said...

Wigan Blue all four of us are committed City supporters whatever happens on the pitch. We will continue to love/ follow our great Club through thick and thin. It is because we love the club and see so many dillusioned fans turning their backs on the Club that we want to try and do something to help turn this tide.

 
At 10:23 pm, Anonymous City Fan & Shareholder said...

There are people who love City, Wigan Blue, just a shame that those running the club (not wardle & makin) are generally becoming perceived by increasing numbers of blues as incompetent. No progress, jobs for the boys and under-achievers - off pitch I am talking.

 
At 11:00 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Blue, Wigan - the very reason these lads are trying to get a trust off the ground is that they do love club. They have seen underachievement and disaffection take root at City and want to do something about it. They are also at pains to point out that it is not a revolutionary vehicle where they want control of the club. They just want to make sure that the majority stakeholders in the club (ie the fans) have a voice. If they can create a model that works along the lines of Barcelona (as much as I despise them now due to an incident in their souvenir shop at the Nou Camp with my to young sons) then it will be a vehicle for success.

Mickey H, Stockport (forgotten his password again!)

 

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