Thalassa resumes buy back; mulls passporting listing in Europe

Writer, Stock Market Wire
Friday, February 8, 2019 - 14:46

Investment group Thalassa Holdings said it would resume its share buy back programme, which had been suspended since 8 January.

The last buy-backs were conducted 21 December made under a board authority to repurchase up to £6m shares.

Up until now, the company said had has purchased around 4.1m shares under the authority for around £4.1m.

Thalassa also announced that it was investigating passporting its listing to an EU qualifying exchange in addition to the standard listing segment of the London Stock Exchange.

At 2:46pm: (LON:THAL) Thalassa Holdings Ltd share price was +0.5p at 70p


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