Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
21ST Cent Tech LSE:C21 London Ordinary Share GB0008866310 ORD 6.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.375p +11.54% 3.625p 3.25p 4.00p 3.75p 3.25p 3.25p 571,618 09:00:56
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 12.2 -4.8 -5.2 - 3.38

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21st Century Technology Daily Update: 21ST Cent Tech is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker C21. The last closing price for 21st Century Technology was 3.25p.
21ST Cent Tech has a 4 week average price of 2.13p and a 12 week average price of 2.13p.
The 1 year high share price is 4.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.13p.
There are currently 93,239,755 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 246,711 shares. The market capitalisation of 21ST Cent Tech is £3,379,941.12.
ramridge: 24% jump in share price and no one seems to know why.
qut: Agree that they have to clear the cash-raising hurdle, but hopefully after the two last RNSs and the rising share price this will be easier. Once that's sorted, this could be a major recovery play
dealit: The thing that I like is where the contract is i.e. Gatwick Airport. If the IT solution works well, will other major Airports be interested to install a C21 solutions. The share price may move North quickly on contract news, not a massive amount of shares in issue 90m+ IMHO
vfast: The profit warning is historic news and already priced into the share price. It's not perfect but there appears to be hope of some order wins in the coming months. Bouncing along the bottom and any positive news could see this one move quickly.
vfast: Barclay's online deals. Share price drops but you can still not buy anymore than 25k shares at 2p and you can sell 300k above the 1.5p and also sell 500k at 1.45p. Hard to tell what is going on behind the scenes! Are the MM's trying to shake the tree before the 29th? We will soon see!
dealit: Mr and Mrs Bottomly have increased their holding by 900,000. As I see it, if and when they post the results and the result are good i.e. the share price increases, the word insider dealing comes to mind IMHO.
qut: Some heavy trading today, but no movement in share price!
masurenguy: Mark Slater’s Slater Investments holds some 15% of 21st, whose shares trade at 4.63p, between a 12-month high of 6p and a 4.25p low, both well down on levels reached during the boom, to value the company at £4.3 million. Singleton, who took the helm in late 2013 and spent much of last year restructuring and slimming the company, takes a robust view of prospects, noting the rail contract is as yet ‘only for part of the client’s network’ and arguing the combined group can cut out duplication. If infrastructure building and improving stay active and 21st makes progress in wiping away its red ink and makes another sound acquisition, the share price could go a lot higher.
vfast: Dealer Dan see below, he did mention a few other companies as well. 'AIM's most promising turnaround plays by Andrew Hore | Fri, 16th January 2015 - 16:13' 21st Century Technology (C21) 4.5p Transport CCTV and monitoring systems technology supplier 21st Century Technology (C21) has an up and down record but the management team that came into the business in October 2013 has already had a positive effect. Chief executive Russ Singleton and finance director Glenn Robinson previously worked at AIM-quoted Quadnetics (now known as Synectics), which owns a rival of 21st Century, and they have stabilised the business and successfully renewed contracts with some existing customers. 21st Century has a large market share in the bus market but its customer services was lacking and Go-Ahead, one of its major customers did not renew in 2013. Subsequently, 21st Century has secured a renewal of a framework agreement with a UK bus operator which is expected to be worth £3 million in the period up to February 2017. Swedish bus company contracts gained in the fourth quarter of 2014 are worth £2.45 million. There is another major UK bus company contract that is coming up for renewal in March and if that is secured then 21st Century will be in a solid position. There are additional opportunities in the rail sector. There are no public forecasts at the moment, but a small loss is likely in 2014. Longer-term, the strategy is to switch from being an installer of systems to offering managed services that provide recurring revenues. Shareholders have agreed to an incentive scheme that provides Singleton and Robinson with 12% of the upside in the market capitalisation of the company. Last summer, Singleton and Robinson bought shares, initially at 5.75p a share and then at 6.125p each. The share price is currently lower, but the current valuation is underpinned by net cash of £2.6 million (three-fifths of market capitalisation) at the end of June 2014 and positive contract news could spark a recovery.
markt: Praipus case you are view on C21 share that it will be affected by the AIM and FTSE market performance and hence events such as the Eurozone most shares.....if markets tank then harder for any share to perform really well, but still possible ..if market falls then small cos. probably be affected more than big FTSE cos. ...what will FTSE do in next few months ?...good question !....personally I see the odds being in favour of a Eurozone stk market fall rather than a rise, and if happens then FTSE would follow imo... possible contracts for example in Portugal....I can't size up how much the possibilities will be affected by severe cuts in Government spending....Euro zone countries seem to be making cuts....and then more cuts....private bus companies may be willing to buy C21 kit but perhaps public bus companies may not have the money to spend...and with constant bad economic news some private cos. may delay spending,.what % of possible customers are dependant on public admin. money and what % on private co. funds I don't know...which all puts me off C21 shares a little bit at the moment...
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