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Capita shares fell by 36pc last Thursday. This is why shareholders needn’t worry (Telegraph)
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crapita
2018-05-17 14:21:09 UTC
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On Thursday last week the price of Capita shares, which Questor has
tipped as a “hold” several times recently, collapsed from 200.2p to
128.55p, a fall of 35.8pc. But shareholders should not be concerned. Why?

The answer is that such a share price fall is an automatic consequence of
a rights issue such as the one that Capita is in the process of
completing. And, strange as it may sound, shareholders will not end up
worse off as a result, despite the drastic fall in the share price.
crapita
2018-05-17 14:24:59 UTC
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automatic

36pc
every time a co. does a rights issue.
36pc wiped off share price, bang.
is automatic. every time.
its a new paradigm .. nothing can be at fault.
capita is "healthy" (may) .. capita is functioning, 100%.
wheels oiled, chug chug chug it goes this is the model.

it must be functioning, the model, because mays government is constantly
awarding it new contracts

may is the abiter of worth, not the markets.
may knows everything.

37pc wiped off share price is a blip, it's natural. Mays administration
is functioning, capita is functioning

zippideedoodaa (whistle)

maybe it doesn't go bust like carillion, maybe it is a new paradigmn.
brown had 'broke boom and bust', may has "we can make this work".
the horse is not broke. "we can fix this"

yeah
crapita
2018-05-17 14:35:58 UTC
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cash call - far far worse

they needed £700m because they can't meet their payroll

they're fucked --- they can't even administer theirselves

and a "new" fucking chair .. is supposed to resolve
that new chair has walked in not knowing the company
he is a magical fking fully outfitted organisational rebooter.
he can walk into the fking company and in a few weeks can state
that all this is fucking natural that it's 'healthy'

does he know anything about the shitheap at all -- does anyone in it.
of course not. it's all upbeat fking US positive spinspeak. their own
creole .. in actual fact, may on occassion, she speaks it, it leaks out

maybe capita needs another huge organisation to administer, to reboot, to
audit .. yeah maybe .. cos the accountants, well they're all in on it (re
carillion accountants all being in on it, stating whatever the board
wanted them to state). because there are issues, the big wheel is failing
need a shiny separate wheel outside to fking administer the lot.

"our high standards" that new, oblivious company head stated in response
to the fking mess in that they stated that when they took the contract of
NHS administration, that they had 'no idea of the scale'

well you dissolve, close down services that have been built up over
decades, the magic corporations can't automatically function in their
place. As stated there "we had no idea" .. we were completely ignorant of
the issues contained within this administrative contract. We took the
money then realised all the work that was involved. That was all
secondary, we celebrated getting the contract, glad to have the cash,
status, affirmation, like sam allardyce.

new chair of capita can say "not up to the high standards" .. what
standards? serial failures, going back -- a failing organisation, a
failing company. But no information is released, nothing is stated
against, by theresa may etc. "commercial interests". Another load of
citizens eliminated, issues not addressed re: that 'death spike', because
the organisation is perfect, those "high standards" and the dismal,
diseased may is not failing. May actually has the failing brexit as a
foil against everything else, failing. Dipshits like gove strutting about
smiling, issuing meaningless PR nuggets. No administration, no
government, no responsibility. The creed, promotion of failure.

idiots
johnny-knowall
2018-05-17 15:18:19 UTC
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Post by crapita
On Thursday last week the price of Capita shares, which Questor has
tipped as a “hold” several times recently, collapsed from 200.2p to
128.55p, a fall of 35.8pc. But shareholders should not be concerned. Why?
The answer is that such a share price fall is an automatic consequence of
a rights issue such as the one that Capita is in the process of
completing. And, strange as it may sound, shareholders will not end up
worse off as a result, despite the drastic fall in the share price.
It may also have something to do with the management style at Capita being
seen to have similarities with those who ran Carillion.

To paraphrase Rowing, these are the heroic big boys of industry who are paid
handsomely by a remuneration committee and overseen by the shareholders. The
big boys deserve all the money they get because they are at the peak of their
profession.

An extremely naive view which was shat on from a great height by commons
committees this week.

No wonder Rowing has gone into hiding - what with that and the
denationalisation of railway companies by a Tory minister, he must be close
to throwing himself down a Doncaster coal mine.
Joe
2018-05-17 17:29:53 UTC
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On Thu, 17 May 2018 16:18:19 +0100
Post by johnny-knowall
It may also have something to do with the management style at Capita
being seen to have similarities with those who ran Carillion.
All successful medium-sized organisations eventually become big enough
to be unworkable. Economies of scale are subject to diminishing
returns with size, crowd stupidity isn't. To put it another way, the
more money the organisation handles, the more career money-collectors
it will attract into its management.

Having somebody competent in charge can delay this for a while, but
again, the larger the organisation, the less the likelihood of this
happening. See The Peter Principle, 1969.
--
Joe
crapita
2018-05-17 15:23:03 UTC
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as some co. pundit, major was stating, as corbyn relayed yesterday

there wouldn't be issues with investment (re: foreign investment has
dried up)

the issue with investment, is that may and her warring cabinet, are
walking into the brexit, having fired the gun, having no clue.

having no clue how it will look. say you're about to get a bank loan to
invest in a business, you want to know what the business will look like

dutch have done more to address border/systems, than mays administration
(as corbyn stated, yesterday)

the 'industrious' -- she wanted to be seen to be 'industrious' you will be
rewarded, it's how you get on, the 'work ethic' may, was reportedly
"always in @ 6am" .. one of those horrible figures .. you get competition
in offices, 'who stays longest' you get the horrible shits lurking
around, always to be seen to be working even though they may be totally
inefficient organisational players & their work is actually the PR, the
appearance

90pc of investment has dried up because there is no idea , the investors
have people they report to, they can't put it onto a roulette wheel.

because it could be red or black and the foreign secretary stated that
mays fundamental position is 'crazy'

yeah- take a punt, it's not investment at all, spit into the fan, you
have no fucking idea, it's lunacy. Investment into the UK is not viable,
because the administration is unsound. The adminstration is floundering.
May herself is a failure, failing. In organisations, the players = the
sales people, wrongly. With the new corporate culture, it's all HR/PR,
all about the humans, the individuals, 'everyone deserves a career', no
matter what they look like.
crapita
2018-05-17 15:32:30 UTC
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"To paraphrase Rowing, these are the heroic big boys of industry who are
paid
handsomely by a remuneration committee and overseen by the shareholders.
The
big boys deserve all the money they get because they are at the peak of
their
profession."

"see him with his big jag" "didn't get that jag by being stupid"

rowing would support the mafia, as I said, would support anything

because he's part of the crap "do nothing" culture

yeah, all strutting about under the flag, big events, glorious dead etc
like they fuking represent anything at all

"establishment"

you're seeing it more and more , the whole culture is being
propagandized, miliatirized -- they seize onto anything, whole house
nodding, can't dissent, they will attack. may saying the most
unbelievable things, as if they are an extension, a part of anything. as
if they represent

the singular MSM propagandizing the public, the whole government aligned,
the marketing of the BNP now. hate crimes on the increase, public whipped
up, mobilised internally against the 'traitors' (shirkers, non ;workers')

the ugly state of britain today under the dismal, bitter arrogant
failures in cabinet

anyone noticed something

the chacnellor appears to have 'disappeared' -- he doesn't feature, he is
not on msm at all, he appears to be invisible -- that is something new.

A coalition this long is something new

would just be "recession" spiritual annihilation, for serveral years,
'doldrums', but "brexit is brexit" can't administrate. May want this
miracle, "technological" solution, that they're trying to sell to europe,
that the tech companies have sold to may, that european heads say is
'insane' that her own representative states is 'crazy'. the europeans,
now, want a hard border, because may is a figure that cannot be trusted
with security.
crapita
2018-05-17 15:36:41 UTC
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was going to say that it's part of the pR, the representation

may = 'industrious' gove = 'industrious'

she' thinks that wow. that report has 100 pages in it. hasn't she been
busy

she can fix this with a speech with a fucking pamphlet

fuck off
crapita
2018-05-17 15:37:32 UTC
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the ceo got the jag by being part of a cartel
being part of a mafia

how it is
crapita
2018-05-17 15:40:07 UTC
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it's going to take 30 seconds for european heads to strike
across the pamphlet

may proudly presents

FAIL, NO BORDER SOLUTION OTHER THAN EU BORDER
in red/black

big angry marks (TOO LATE)
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