Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Beximco Pharma LSE:BXP London Ordinary Share US0885792061 GDR (EACH REPR 1 ORD BDT10)(REGS)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 37.50p 36.00p 39.00p 37.50p 37.50p 37.50p 39,343 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 112.5 20.3 4.4 7.5 144.84

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24/9/2016
09:20
Beximco Pharma Daily Update: Beximco Pharma is listed in the Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BXP. The last closing price for Beximco Pharma was 37.50p.
Beximco Pharma has a 4 week average price of 37.57p and a 12 week average price of 33.79p.
The 1 year high share price is 38.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 19.25p.
There are currently 386,244,234 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 13,235 shares. The market capitalisation of Beximco Pharma is £144,841,587.75.
12/7/2016
09:37
2350220: Hi Jim, I haven't seen any change with my Hargreaves SIPP acct so far. What I have noticed in the past, is that the share price will take a bit of a dive on the day the bonus is issued. John
03/12/2015
10:30
blobby: BXP doing well here and also on the Dhaka Stock Exchange (see link above). I expect we are following Dhaka to some extent, but strange people are buying there and not here where there is a huge gap in price. 1 taka = 0.0086 Gbp. Share price in Dhaka is now 82 taka which is the same as 70 pence.
16/6/2015
00:17
4spiel: Yes you can only gain if the share price goes up. I revised the figures FOR THE BEXIMCO PHARMACEUTICALS . the share price I quoted of 32 was for BEXIMCO whereas the Pharma is 55.80 BDT at close yesterday. Also if you take out the stock dividend as neutral the cash dividend is actually worth 1.8 per cent .which is very little.
30/4/2015
09:20
237gmoney: The share price in Dhaka is down from 65 to 45 in the last few months which could be the reason. I still watch from the sidelines. The lack of Fungibility with the Dhaka price will always be the problem here.
27/4/2015
05:59
rossannan: It would be an interesting study - bulletin board activity versus share price performance. As another tumbleweed blows through here, I am increasingly confident about this one for the short, medium and long term.
17/9/2014
22:07
jonals: share price on dhaka exchange up to 65.6 today on highest volume for a couple of years. That's around 52p. O for fungibility.
28/8/2014
11:49
237gmoney: 4spiel, i see that now also. Odd article really as it refers to problems from 2002 to 2008. In 2009 the company restructured loans and terms with numerous banks to 2029. This is not an issue about paying back the loans per se as it is about the times of the repayments that the Chairman has an issue with with regards cash flow at the group level. Not sure why this is being brought up now as the results at the individual companies under the Beximco group are showing that the individual businesses are all in profit and have plenty of cash. Like you say maybe this is a ploy to attract potential bidders, if not for the group, maybe for certain parts of the business and hence the real reason behind the spike in share prices for the individual companies. I notice the Beximco group share price is also up 30% in the last two weeks similar to Beximco Pharma. The UK price for BXP should start to improve though now the likes of Vidacos Nominees Ltd have disposed of their holdings.
30/4/2014
12:58
237gmoney: John. Of course. Buying GDR's is like buying traditional shares only you dont get the voting rights as a normal shareholder would. Therefore the record date of 18th May is the date which matters. If you are on the share register as a holder of Beximco stock (or GDRs in this case) then you are entitled to claim both the stock dividend and the cash dividend. In my experience, once the dividend gets approved in the AGM meeting the dividend will be paid out around the end of July or beginning of August depending on who you trade with and how quickly they are at processing the payment. Therefore any buyers of BXP from now until 18th May (or 19th May in our case as the 18th is a sunday, will also get a 15% dividend thrown in on top. Call it a brucey bonus if you like. When traditional UK Listed companies payout dividends you usually see a corresponding decline in the share price but because the UK GDR share price of Beximco is materially already undervalued compared to the Dhaka equivalent, we are unlikely to see the same pattern happen here. Therefore buying at this level has to be a no brainer to me but then what do I know. All in my opinion of course so please do you own research before buying.
20/3/2014
12:27
237gmoney: Blobby. I disagree on the basis that for a normal listed UK entity you would expect the share price to drop by the dividend amount, say 15-20% in the case of Beximco, when the dividend is paid out but that does not happen for the UK listed GDRs. Not in my experience anyway. With the Beximco GDRs that I have traded twice in the last two years, I have bought and sold at more or less the same price before and after the dividend declaration announcement. In fact in 2012 I actually sold at a 20% premium to my initial entry price when the shares were trading in the 20s. I then recieved the dividend amount in shares, as you say, in August and subsequently sold my new shares on receipt to bank the 20-15% extra on top of my original investment. The fact the GDRs in the UK are currently priced at 14.5p versus what they should be worth (39p) means that there is an extra bonus (possibly) on any uplift in share price over here in the interim and unlikely to be any downside once the dividend declaration is made. That is my take on it anyway. Easiest 20%-30% return in one month I have ever made anyway (even though you might have to wait a few months to cash it in) And probably why the likes of EK & co have also invested here in the past as well.
06/6/2013
19:59
serratia: Perhaps I can add to the debate - I look at operating cash flow as this is more realistic than earnings.I looked at operating cash flow / share over past years.This then takes in the new shares issued as dividends.I then looked at the multiple of share price over cash flow for the years highest price and the years lowest share price. In the above case over the last 5 years the highest ratio was a share price of 9.8* that years cash flow.The lowest 0.74 both of these were in 2009. In the last 3 years the price peaked at around 5* cash flow / share,the lowest around 2.5*.This has been the trend for the last 3 years. Now it's speculate on 2013 cash flow.We know the number of shares to be added for this years dividend but what cash flow ? A total guess as I've seen no guidance,let's say it's flat - the same as 2012.On this basis 5* cash flow would equate to a share price of 24p with a low at 13p.The last 2 years have seen cash flow grow at 17%/year. So what if it grows 17% this year ? The high low range based on historic ranges would be around 30 to 16p. So if you believe growth will continue at historic rates buy at 16p sell at 30p.If you think cash flow will be flat vs 2012 buy at 13p and sell at 24p. At todays price of 17p it's in the middle of the price range for a no growth year.If growth continues as per previous years it's in buy teritory.
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