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Avanti Comm. Share Chat - AVN

Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Avanti Comm. LSE:AVN London Ordinary Share GB00B1VCNQ84 ORD 1P
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -5.25 -2.62% 195.00 195.50 199.50 203.25 195.00 195.25 53,150 16:35:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mobile Telecommunications 38.4 -51.3 -47.4 - 276.53

Avanti Communications Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/7/2015
15:00
Added recently. Good coverage by Techinvest in the last 2 issues. AVN makes their 2nd half Best Buy tips with a rating of 6. They've also added 4k shares to the Trader Portfolio. dyoraishah
03/7/2015
13:49
good find nuga the second article is clearly up to date lets hope this can find some traction next week we got the pre-close statement coming up and the end of the year results in september.wilksey1
03/7/2015
11:42
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/markets/questor/8329063/Questor-share-tip-Avantis-share-price-fall-means-its-a-good-time-to-buy.html won't do us any harm, except I have noticed the date on the article is 2011 , though the Telegraph page appears to be dated today???? Hope they still think the same? Telegraph current to 10 tips ..... http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/markets/11314427/The-Telegraphs-share-tips-for-2015.htmlnugacity
03/7/2015
00:58
Wilksey they are buying at knock down prices so the fact there is a lot of them is not really relevant. I'll never begin to understand Avanti - my first experiences saw the price rise from £5 to £7 pre Hylas #1 launch - Hylas #1 went perfectly but the price dropped to £3.50 rather than rise to £9 as I'd hoped. I look forward to loads of buys as the price rises - maybe after Hylas #3 if that goes as well as the other launches.nugacity
02/7/2015
16:23
not sure whats going on here there seems to be more buys than sells most days and it is still droping hopefully it will all turn around next week when the trading update is out i need my luck to change for the better i,ve had to much of the bad stuff.wilksey1
29/6/2015
14:45
It's only about 3%; to be honest,it's more likely just reflecting the state of today's market, most of my shares are down by similar amounts.b1ggles
29/6/2015
12:18
Price drop due to an unsuccessful launch (exploded!) in the US which does not really reflect upon the chances of Ariane but what does that matter on the AIMS market? Hylas-3 is fully insured if my memory serves me well but hopefully Ariane will maintain it's splendid success rate and give us the flexibility that 100% moveable beams offer. Shame SXX is languishing prior to Planning Permission meeting tomorrow - this could have offered a chance to switch shares at a peak and a trough (maybe). AVN have rallied already so back to £2 plus and the bargain is disappearing a bit.nugacity
18/6/2015
06:13
Competition ? Article states over 3 years to go before they launch first satellites , and they're yet to raise hundreds of millions .gekks
17/6/2015
21:54
Competition for Avanti? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-33136362 Not clear from this report whether it will also serve Africa.bottletop
13/6/2015
11:30
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12/6/2015
09:23
http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/elon-musks-spacex-asks-governments-permission-to-put-4000-internet-satellites-into-orbit-10314073.htmldeltar
11/6/2015
13:28
Agreed,but perhaps the MPs had been briefed to raise the matter in parliament at Business Questions. Maybe Avanti or their PR flunkies were responsible for the briefing!standish11
11/6/2015
13:18
It shouldn't be a question of hope, standish, surely the job of the company or their PR people is to make sure movers and shakers such as MP's etc are fully briefed?jeffian
11/6/2015
13:15
Back benchers voiced their disatisfaction in the House of Commons this morning with rural broadband service and pressed for an urgent debate with particular reference to satellite availability to improve speed and coverage.They were assured that the Government was aware of the situation and the matter was high up on their list of priorities. Perhaps we can look forward to a positive announcement in the forthcoming budget? One can but hope.standish11
11/6/2015
12:53
There's a piece in today's Telegraph (can't find an online link) about Elon Musk's plans to build a satellite network. I know it's old news but the thing that always amazes (and concerns!) me is that the tone of these articles suggests people are completely unaware that systems such as Inmarsat and Avanti already exist. The opening line is "If Elon Musk gets his way, internet coverage will soon be beamed down from space". Eh?!!!!!! Is this a failure of PR and is it important? No wonder we're struggling to fill capacity if nobody knows it exists!jeffian
09/6/2015
13:44
Or, if not how much then, what is current percentage uptake of available capacity?jadeticl3
09/6/2015
11:16
I would be happier if we knew how much these contracts are worth.sg31
09/6/2015
08:59
Certainly encouraging to learn of these new contracts.Should certainly start to boost turnover and without high costs should begin to make a difference to the bottom line.Hopefully sales getting ready for take-off!mjcferguson
21/5/2015
14:15
Like you, I also fear the latter and regret that I have now lost confidence in AVN. My original £20K holding is now worth £6.5K, so its been a hard bullet to bite. Good luck to those who remain. I hope it can turn itself around.2vdm
21/5/2015
10:22
Gorbachev, I presume you are a Russian spy ( the subtle change in the spelling did not fool me!), and you are searching for satellites which are selling cheap. I guess Avanti may supply you with a few soon! The company has not met expectations as framed in 2010, and I think not even their greatest supporters would dispute this. However, the question now for me is "is this company moving in the right direction but on a lower trajectory, or is it now dropping back to earth?" I hope the former, I fear the latter, but always there is some indication of better news next week!jadeticl3
20/5/2015
20:15
Hylas 1 launch was 26 Nov 2010garymott
20/5/2015
14:13
Its a question for yourself. Has Avanti been hitting your targets in terms profits & Revenue since Hylas 1 was launched back in 2009, and if not why not? I certainly remember many here were expecting £50m in 2014 Revenues from Hylas 1 alone. I pressume if those same people are still holding here they will have good reason and will be able to give you a knowledgeable reply, based on well researched details not just from quoting waffle from Avantis some of statements.gorvachof
19/5/2015
18:18
Hi guys, Don't shoot the messenger ! I hedl AVN for a couple of years and sold out when it wasn't living up to the hype. It's got in Walsh a heavyweight Chairman who you'd be inclined to think knew his stuff - but he's a spirits man, not a telecomms expert. Leaving aside the 'It's in the Daily Mail, what do you expect ?' kind of reply, what do you think of the points Mears makes ? If he (or The Mail) is wrong, it's usually pretty easy to see. DYOR, anyone ? ATBextrader
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