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mcamathematik Dec 12
We are releasing our fourth letter to the Wirecard Supervisory Board. If the Management Board cannot produce an immediately verifiable history of MCA for KPMG, they should be suspended immediately to protect the assets of .
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mcamathematik Dec 19
“One round-trip to China via Auckland please” Our latest letter to the Supervisory Board
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mcamathematik Jan 8
The numbers just don’t add up. At least 10 of ’s locally audited subsidiary accounts show different shareholders’ equity figures to the EY-audited consolidated accounts in 2017 & 2018. The total delta is material, >€100M.
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Diogenes Mar 9
What is this guy even talking about? What “supply”?
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Hajo Feb 19
has uploaded the below statement today. Wirecard had requested access to the files submitted by the defendants in a different court case. This request was rejected by one of the accused. What does FT or the individual want to hide?
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Mark Bullinger Mar 18
Behind the Scenes.. short-selling - found out that traders in London had already been informed about the story before the article appeared (Criminal charges against FT) -Shorts try to undermine the good news of the company with bad news
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Lionel Barber Dec 12
Surveillance capitalism with a Libyan twist. This is just the latest episode in one of the most unusual stories I have ever been involved in
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Ben Braunstein Feb 20
, a golden opportunity for investors - Excellent risk/return ratio that you rarely find - Upcoming upside catalyst (KPMG Audit) - Consistently creating new partnerships (Raiffeisen Bank International) - Strong fundamentals and growth
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Matt Doyle Feb 28
,contrary to many companies have been able to reassure investors of no negative impact on consolidated earnings. The rise in online transactions is compensating for other areas. Consequently new people will be drawn to ,a positive shift.
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Ben Braunstein Mar 2
While almost all stocks have been hit by the , the fundamentals of remain intact. The increased isolation and restricted mobility have led many consumers to ordering what they can online, offsetting the decline in the travel industry.
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ORTEX Feb 17
Interesting article about , using ORTEX data.
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Ihor Dusaniwsky Mar 19
WDI GR short int is $2.45BN; 27.03MM shs shorted; 23.54% of float; 3.75% borrow fee. Shs shorted up +3.97MM shs, +17.1%,over last 30 days as price fell -40% & up +1.44MM shs, +5.6%,last week.Shorts up +$734MM in 2020 mark-to-market profits; -$11MM on today's +0.43% move
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Matt Doyle Mar 23
The market has already taken sales & earnings declines in the price. Yet the reduced sales in the travel sector and in shops will be compensated by online sales, which have surged. When you are forced to sit at home, what do you do? Consume.
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CASHLess Society Mar 27
Cash can harbor over 3,000 types of bacteria. Handling money that passes through so many hands poses health risks.While cash won't disappear anytime soon it's clear that digital payments will grow exponentially as we head to a society
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Lionel Barber Feb 28
Thought for the day: accusing hardworking financial journalists of market collusion has become the last refuge of scoundrels. You know who you are
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michael brinkmann Feb 14
📈 reports strong growth in profit and sales revenues 👏 !-
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Andy Rogers Mar 17
have increased their position in to a total of 1,896,886 total shares. Morgan Stanley remains bullish on with a price target set at €205. Many experts are calling the market sell-off a massive buying opportunity.
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fiatcurrency Dec 19
Friday`s option expiry
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Matt Doyle Jan 27
has very good growth prospects due to two major industry trends that aren’t expected to change. The diminishing use of cash and checks & the rise of e-commerce. It has a great position in online payments, thus is expected to grow strongly in years to come.
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maxpushpush Feb 21
Replying to @ihors3
on which basis do these people decide to increase short pos? On the Q4 numbers? On the fact that didnt need to ad hoc any findings until now? On the fact that there CANT‘T be a smoking gun in books? A true case for behavioral economics... so damn irrational
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