LOPEX


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LOPEXLeaf Optical Properties Experiment
LOPEXLaboratoire d'Orthopédogénèse Expérimentale
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Incepta itself netted pounds 11 million profit from selling the 27 per cent stake it had built up in Lopex before launching the bid.
The pounds 11 million one-off windfall from Lopex boosted earnings after exceptionals by 204 per cent to 4.95p a share.
The company tried unsuccessfully to take over rival Lopex earlier this year, and made a cool pounds 10.9 million profit after selling the 27 per cent stake it had built up in the business.
Incepta was beaten by continental giant Havas to the acquisition of Lopex, but Mr Rodofsky said the purchase price paid by its rivals had looked a "bit peaky".
The sharp-suited world of public relations is set alight by a white knight takeover deal for communications group Lopex. Havas Advertising, the sixth biggest marketing and advertising group in the world, emerged as the saviour of Lopex, which has been fighting off a hostile offer from Britain's Incepta.
French advertising and PR firm Havas Advertising rode in as a white knight for Lopex, which has been fighting off a hostile approach from Incepta.
Having built up a 29.9 per cent stake in Lopex at an average of 37p a share, Incepta has to decide whether to launch a more expensive bid or take the money and run.
French advertising group Havas dealt a potentially fatal blow to Incepta's hopes of buying rival marketing communications group Lopex yesterday, after it launched a recommended cash offer for the company.
Incepta, the group behind leading City spin doctors Citigate Dewe Rogerson, has launched a pounds 47.9 million offer for rival media business Lopex.
Edward's share was the public relations company Lopex. He, too, had hoped for a bid.
Express on Sunday: Engineer Howle Holdings (buy); antiques dealer Mallet (buy); Severfield Reeve (strong cash balance - buy); Ryland (buy); Lopex (buy at 54p).
The Sunday Telegraph: Land Securities (long-term hold), Tilbury Douglas (buy), Clinical Computing (buy), Charlton Athletic (worth a punt), Taylor Nelson (cash-in gains), Lopex (buy), Hercules Property Services (buy), Belhaven Brewery Group (now wellwort h a punt).