Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
BNN Technology LSE:BNN London Ordinary Share GB00BNBNSF91 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +4.50p +3.90% 120.00p 120.00p 122.25p 125.75p 120.00p 120.25p 339,549.00 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 5.5 -10.7 8.5 14.2 248.84

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25/2/2017
08:20
BNN Technology Daily Update: BNN Technology is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BNN. The last closing price for BNN Technology was 115.50p.
BNN Technology has a 4 week average price of 125.03p and a 12 week average price of 127.61p.
The 1 year high share price is 174p while the 1 year low share price is currently 35.50p.
There are currently 207,362,523 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 711,941 shares. The market capitalisation of BNN Technology is £248,835,027.60.
25/2/2017
13:29
paulpaolo: They did say in the 8th December trading update, as part of footnote 1, "We receive a small percentage commission from the transactions we process and this is what will be recorded in our disclosed revenues at YEAR END". I suppose they might mean a financial year that ends 31st March, with audited revenues being disclosed somewhat later than then. There is no specific promise of anything before then. If you are a confident long term holder then the absence of intermediate small dribbles of progress micro-news will be of no concern. (Having said that, if we've heard nothing by Easter, I will no longer be saying that, as four months would be a long pause). I disapprove of people posting hints on these sort of boards that they are in receipt of private assurances or information, good or bad, about a firm's affairs. It is not verifiable or properly-released information, and is at risk of creating a false or misleading impression, were it just to be someone hyping up a stock in which they have an interest, with exaggerations or fibs (properly meaning, financial interest, = holding; not just intellectual interest). You just can't tell if it's true; I tend to prudently assume not. I think the fluctuations between 116p and 126p or so, probably aren't actually "MMs' games" - people are too quick to cite that as an explanation for any share price movement they don't like, especially downwards ones in a stock they hold (they want to reassure other holders that the movement isn't due to PI's, or other holders, selling, lest other holders also decide to sell, so they roll out the "MMs' games" line at once) - but short-term holders gaining and losing confidence over time. I suspect that anyone buying BNN right now, has more upside than downside, and I even believe that to be so in the medium term were the Nasdaq to be cancelled; of course there'd be a prompt short term dip if news said that, but then it would, I estimate, recover within weeks or months, as the fundamentals look good, and who cares what platforms it trades on; people will buy into a good and growing earnings stream. It seems daft to say that people who buy via Nasdaq have some unique understanding in relation to this stock, that those who may buy on AIM or eventually, perhaps, even a main stock market listing for BNN, lack. Some institutional investors will invest in lower-risk AIM stocks, by the way. Which BNN will move towards, on the AIM risk spectrum. If I didn't already have 25% of my holdings in BNN right now, I would be buying up to that level - don't like to hold more than that in any stock though, so not buying more.
19/2/2017
21:10
perfect choice: Yes target date for listing The prophet to tie in with other listings of a China nature. Progress detail will come before then as you say, notably the decision by BNN of their advisor from the 3 currently short listed. credock seems to see the Nasdaq listing is a key dependancy for the share price, I do not. It may well help on a re-rate but it is not a key factor for BNN's valuation. BNN is valued on its prospects it can deliver so news on revenue enhancing deals is what will propel BNN forward with or without Nasdaq, which I regard as a potential accelerant to the success of BNN. It is not a "do or die" situation on the future of BNN as some seem to want to think. Fully expect it to happen, just not putting an absolute deadline on it. AIM stock, Nasdaq and China all spell out the worst combination for accurate tilings.
10/2/2017
07:12
khitchen: Something needs to be done to have a marked increase on on the BNN share price
10/2/2017
07:00
knarf: The USA one China policy has now been settled so it's business as usual.This should settle the Trump question once and for all,and have a marked increase on BNN share price.
25/1/2017
20:41
paulpaolo: I have this stock, and even without Nasdaq (if that were to be so) I think the profits should have upwards momentum as volume grows - at what rate, I don't know - and the stock even if limited to AIM, logically should grow. So logically the share price OUGHT to trend upwards - it's surely better than all the AIM stocks selling dreams of profits from a mine or gas rig whatever in N years time. The proportion of UK utility customer contact business that is now "self served" in terms of customers paying their bills on line (not at a bank) or dealing with issues via an automated menu system (not a human operator) is growing fast - people prefer that, unfortunately for call centre staff (fewer jobs). The 8th December RNS implied BNN is also going to be involved (or, hopes to be) in these "B2C" customer service transactions, not just those entailing paying a bill. Last I heard, BNN had utility billing (a small sliver as their profit - I've seen 0.2% speculated about, but I don't think people know for sure) 12 (as at 8th December) out of 50 provinces in China; political risk is less due to the Chinese partnership. And some parking payments, I think, and ... Barcelona F.C. (offering various football events, money-can't-buy experiences and football camp content online). Darren Mercer implied there are more deals to come including an advertising partnership from "2017" (didn't say when within the year) .... "NewNet is expected to announce, before the year end, significant content agreements with prestigious partners that we hope will drive significant customer traffic to the Xinhua News Mobile app, through our technology platform, thereby accelerating monetisation of the large user base being built and managed by the Group" - which sounds a bit tiresome if all you wanted was to pay a bill, but that's the modern world I guess. However, these remarks I keep seeing on share bulletin boards for various shares "someone did a 1 share trade, that means an RNS is due the next day", surely represent superstitious nonsense. If a good proportion of PI's could be persuaded to believe that, then a holder wanting to cause a rise could simply do a 1 share buy, or sell, costing him just £5 frequent dealing fee and he'd have caused a flurry of buys from those believing in the superstition. It seems a nuts thing to believe - there's no reason why it would be true. The RNS-DUE red light in my head is flashing insistently now, but not because anyone traded 1 share.
26/12/2016
11:05
nurdin: Hi ripplevale Good post as always ,and good find. Where I disagree with you is in your statement that the share price has a lot of good news built into it.Even on the old Mirabauds forecasts,which now look very anaemic after the recent news,the shares are currently trading on a pe of around 9x forecast 2017 earnings, adjusted for the increased number of shares in issue.Given the accelerating trends in the traffic flow and the company on the verge of clinching many high margin deals,the pe could well drop down to 7-8x on a conservative estimate.That is too low against the sector average of I believe around 20x.The share price therefore has plenty of room to grow even without Nasdaq. I agree however that share price would be susceptible to any bad news from the China affiliates
21/12/2016
22:34
credock: Yes thankyou , all the best , but the best help would be a BNN share price of £2 plus LOL.
08/12/2016
21:23
ripplevale: To newmanontheblock. I know this stock well and would say that there is reason for people to show some reticence. China, revenue transparency, previous failed expectations, inevitable delays, late entrant to online payments, high mcap etc However, BNN has three unique selling points (USP) to overuse the phrase. Excellent relationship with xinhuatong, robust now proven technology and, a rapidly expanding super-sized market. These are individually important and are the foundations for the business plan going forward. When you add to that the other favourables of an ambitious management seeking ancillary value (monetising transactional behaviour, advertising, credit checks, data management etc), good balance sheet and now cash flow and an imminent announcement on a tie-up with a household name, there is every reason to believe the NASDAQ listing (as a technology stock) will involve a re-rating as the US promotion develops. The share price could have been considered frothy up until todays announcement, but the staggering rise in transaction numbers, only on the low commission B2B segment so far,(week on week I am informed), is the platform for a very successful 2017. Todays share price movement is largely some LTH taking profits (its taken a while to get here) but the next few months are going to be exciting and like you I am enjoying the ride.
29/11/2016
09:08
charlesdarcy: Newman ; yes IMO the 82 does mean something as I have noticed that trade many times normally early trading . I think the share price is being played around with still ! By the MM and the slide in price is purely them trying to false sellers to collect cheap stock before the price goes north very soon . It is one of unpleasant sides of the AIM market and I for one look forward to a more professional approach to the share price . IMO the MM might strip the price more over the next couple of days by making a huge spread on buying say 20-30k shares . ?
12/10/2016
21:52
snowyflake: someuwin - it is all in the public domain or by going to company meetings. trock2 has rightly mentioned 500.com. Google it and go to the bloomberg site for 500.com. See the market cap and divide say by $1.25 to the £ and divide by BNN shares issued of 207 million. That hypothetically should be the share price for BNN when it lists on Nasdaq if the application is successful. But there is a big difference between 500.com and BNN. 500.com's sole earnings are from the Chinese online lotteries (as far as I am aware) but those on line lotteries are suspended. BNN was reliant on the same but Darren Mercer has remodelled the company and the company has earnings other than from the online lotteries whereas 500.com has lost all but a little of its previous income (as far as I am aware). In fairness though the BNN earnings from the new sources are only now beginning to come through It is now a very different company. What BNN has to do is fit within the Nasdaq requirements. Again those are in the public domain. Next and this is free to the world google seeking alpha. Put DJIH in the box and you will come across about 3 or 4 articles the most recent towards the end of September- well worth a read imo. Plenty around for you to research.
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