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
  +3.25p +2.33% 143.00p 138.25p 143.00p 144.00p 136.25p 144.00p 372,179.00 16:10:43
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 5.5 -10.7 8.5 16.9 293.54

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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 139.75p.
Bnn Technology has a 4 week average price of 124.31p and a 12 week average price of 135.09p.
The 1 year high share price is 174p while the 1 year low share price is currently 29.50p.
There are currently 205,272,707 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 445,224 shares. The market capitalisation of Bnn Technology is £292,513,607.48.
knarf: Ok,less about Topaz,We have over the weekend Trump angering the Chinese with chatting to the Taiwanese and now a35% tax on US firms moving there operations into foreign countries . Will this effect the rising share price of BNN .
midas 123: Hi fafa88, in response to your email - Firstly yes forgive my terminology you are correct, accepted and approved are the same thing. From what I have read and understand BNN has already raised significant funds from their current institutions and has cash in the bank so may not be looking to raise any further cash on the introduction to Naz. This may well mean that instead of a traditional IPO where the company raises new funds from institutions then goes onto the market they simply have the shares available to trade on Naz. If this is the case then there will be no further shares in issue so no dilution to the existing shareholders, furthermore if there is demand from US investors(remember they have appointed Brusnwick as their financial PR agency) Then with a potential significant increase in demand and with no further supply the share price could and personally IMHO think will rise dramatically. DYOH Good luck as always
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 . ?
charlesdarcy: Not complaining about the up trend in share price , but let's keep feet on the ground short term only 240k shares traded and it seems MM playing price up ... big % swings one minute up 13% then up 8% with just a few shares traded . Not complaining but just putting some short term facts forward 👍
newmanontheblock: Got through that bit of turbulence then! Certainly calmer today, which is great news!! It's either end week 2 or end week 3 of the Nasdaq submission process, depending upon the exact date they submitted. IMO, before they release the next RNS update, they are going to wait for NASDAQ listing green light and combine that news with further announcements. That will hopefully propel the share price into the stratosphere!! I expect share price to be nearer £3.20 a share by the time we approach the Nasdaq listing date, which would mean 1 common share = 1 ADS, would be possible. Been reading the Nasdaq listing process and I don't see any major obstacles, particularly as BNN/DJI has been trading on the AIM. GLA
newmanontheblock: Value king. Nice, professional way to go out. IMO, let me tell you what's happening here. BNN is a company in transition, within a high growth sector within one of the biggest populations in the world. We have heard only good progress from the board about current projects and have been tantalised with new, yet unknown, bigger projects. This company is severely under valued, given its prospects, and given its target market, sector and ambition. I have heard talk of £2.50 to £4.00 a share. Even those valuations are low, if you are a value investor and believe the potential. Just look at PE ratios of technology companies, Nasdaq listed...then add the exciting prospect of China focused. So, am I being balanced? With investing there is always risk. But investing is about balancing upside potential with downside risk. The recent share price movement have been driven by lack of liquidity. I.e. Investors that own the shares are sitting out, waiting for the upside potential. The only way the market makers can buy/sell shares therefore is injecting some kind of unreal fear into the market place. Almost conning people to sell, as we have all had no recent news to tell us that things are going badly or to plan. This tactic has worked!! There have been more people selling than buying in the last 2 weeks. Had anything fundamentally changed in the last 2 weeks? No!!! Ha e the market makers been playing fair? Probably not, but as someone else put it, they are only doing their job in a market that lacks liquidity!! So, we all now have a choice. Sit tight and wait for further news or bail out and take our loses or our smaller profits. I am chosing to stay. Enjoy the rocket ride. Houston calling for some good RNS soon. GLA
genises: "Guys - it appears there is a fixation upon MM manipulation on this BB. Found this research article posted by another poster so can't take the credit - very insightful; "Price Manipulation: The act of artificially inflating or deflating the price of a security. In most cases, manipulation is illegal. It is much easier to manipulate the share price of smaller companies, such as penny stocks, because they are not as closely watched by analysts as the medium- and large-sized firms. Now a few things you should know about market makers: A market maker is not always trading with you and may trade against you creating a conflict of interest A market maker can use hidden orders to avoid disclosing his real intention and to hide large volumes. A market maker can use large fake order sizes to intimidate traders to run in the opposite direction. This is referred to as NITBB (no intention to buy bid) and NITSO (no intention to sell offer). For example if a market maker wants to run the stock down he will create a virtual institutional size ask putting fear in the traders that the stock is going down. The market maker will then fill his buys at the lower prices. The reverse may also be done. A market maker may display a real size to show that liquidity is there to attract big interest A market maker may use a fake order of a large size to hold the movement until he is done buying or selling his position. A market maker can use his real identity or can hide behind an ECN (electronic communication network) depending on his intention. He can make an inside market on both sides and under different identities Market makers may also trade back and forth among themselves, filling their own bids, creating a large decrease and spooking everyone who is uneducated into selling also. The market maker (specialist) is granted various informational and trade execution advantages and has a lot of power. They can see everything. WHEN YOU ENTER A STOP LOSS ORDER THE MARKET MAKERS CAN SEE THEM! You may notice from time to time a stock hit a short term low and then move up again. Market makers will do everything in their power to hit the stop losses to build up more shares for their account if they believe the stock will rise again. A stop loss order becomes a market order when it is triggered. If the volume of the bids are low your stop loss will trigger a much lower sale price and bring the stock down with it (referred to as slippage). Watching the trades go through you may sometimes notice very small executions. Some people believe, and remember this is just a theory, those small numbers could be the market maker signals to each other... 100 I need shares. 200 I need shares badly, but do not take the stock down. 300 Take the price down so I can load shares 400 Keep trading it sideways. 500 Gap the stock. This gap can be either up or down, depending on the direction of the 500 signal. Don't be manipulated by the manipulators! Buy on the dips, don’t get emotional, and pull your stops. If you must use stop losses be very careful. Buckle up and enjoy the ride. If you cannot stomach the ups and downs then buy a savings bond!"
genises: •Meeting with management of DJI Holdings gives insights into its partnership with and shareholding in state-owned media giant Xinhua's mobile app developer, Xinhuatong. •Xinhua's mobile app aims to reach out to the new frontier of China's mobile internet - newly connected rural areas. •Nasdaq listing still firmly in company's sights, but unlikely until early 2017. •Announced name change to BNN is reflection of changes in Chinese business already underway rather than anything very new. I last gave an update about DJI Holdings (Private:DJIH) (DJI.L on the London Stock Exchange) around a month ago. In the two weeks after my briefing the share price shot up over 60% on strong volumes. As impressively, it has stayed up. I believe this stock is going for another good run before the end of the year. Even from these newly elevated levels, it could also be a star performer through 2017. DJI is now trading on a market cap of £308m ($401m) and has recently often been turning over around $2m a day equivalent. From a largely retail stock a few months ago, the company now boasts an impressive blue chip share register, with the likes of Fidelity, Capital, Henderson and Deutsche Bank featuring as new major shareholders. Such investors have poured in around £50m ($65m) from new equity placements into the company in the last few months. Yet DJI, which is in the business of mass-data processing in China, has a lousy track record and no revenue. So what's going on? A rather inscrutable set of announcements last Thursday (which had to include denying a leak) didn't help. Following this announcement I managed to meet, for the first time, the CEO Darren Mercer and the new CFO, Scott Kennedy to find out what is behind one of London's hottest stocks, and one that is to IPO on Nasdaq soon.
newmanontheblock: So, just had a look at Jefferies. Not that I know a lot about the quality of US houses, but these guys don't seem minor league. So, if they are in the frame, can be only good news. BNN stock price seems to have stalled recently, and there has been some mixed posivity on this thread, but my feelings are somewhat positive. The management seem to have steered this company in a more than positive direction since the Chinese restrictions on online lottery operators. Other companies have not been equally proactive. The next news on revenue and earnings will be interesting, and cannot be long in coming now. But my head says that the more interesting news will be further agreements and board room announcements. The Nasdaq listing shows more importantly shows the intent of management to be a major player in the online payment technology sector and have access to the investors/funds etc that understand this sector more than AIM investors. Who knows how fast the share price will rise, but this seems a sound investment, given the weigh up between current price and future prospects. Upwards and onwards. All IMO and GLA.
snowyflake: someuwin - it is all in the public domain or by going to company meetings. trock2 has rightly mentioned Google it and go to the bloomberg site for 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 and BNN.'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 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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