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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 -4.21% 74.00p 73.50p 74.00p 78.00p 73.00p 78.00p 545,270 16:35:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 2.1 -18.2 10.1 7.3 165.01

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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 77.25p.
BNN Technology has a 4 week average price of 72p and a 12 week average price of 62p.
The 1 year high share price is 174p while the 1 year low share price is currently 62p.
There are currently 222,987,523 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,193,877 shares. The market capitalisation of BNN Technology is £165,010,767.02.
bossno1: Hi The future of the BNN share price will be driven for the most part by its financial performance independant of which stock exchange we are listed on. Nasdaq will deliver benefits in terms of share marketability and demand dynamics but cannot be an end in itself. BN1
vegpatch: Credock- I am not trying to be negative but realistic. Everyone's basis of a £3 share price is based on the (mistaken) assumption of the minimum share price when a company lists on Nasdaq. You have to have a minimum share price of $4 on listing on NASDAQ. So either the company does a consolidation where say 5 shares merge to become 1 or maybe they can do some ADR where 1 US share represents say 5 UK shares. So as I said a few days ago it may get to £3.50 but it's because they will have reduced the shares in issue This happened to a company called Frankly in Canada on Feb this year. They consolidated 17 old shares into 1 new share. Here is the announcement the first line is the key: "The Consolidation is intended to satisfy a minimum bid price condition to the listing of the company's Common Shares on the Nasdaq market. The Consolidation may also increase Frankly's flexibility and competitiveness in the marketplace, and make Frankly's securities more attractive to a wider audience of potential investors, thereby resulting in a more efficient market for its Common Shares." Here is the whole announcement hxxp://
vegpatch: A would love to know what your share price targets are based on? DCF? (What discount rate do you use perchance?) PE? EV/sales? Also lots of chat about a NASDAQ listing. I see the share price over 350p on that day but only after the company does a share consolidation first. "In order to meet the minimum share price requirements for Nasdaq ($4 per share), many companies will conduct a reverse split. This is perfectly acceptable to the exchange, and the post-split share price will be evaluated accordingly." If the petrol deal comes through and the the parking app works then fair enough. But i try and focus on reality and nothing this company has told you has yet happened. So for me I am on the sidelines - no position but very sceptical.
benstamp: I have been watching with interest the comments on this board for some time and have up to now kept my thoughts to myself, but as an investor in BNN I have been shocked by the recent negative and in my opinion false comments regarding the company by a number of new posters, I assume as others have mentioned it may well be the shorts posting these comments as they are become more and more concerned regarding their positions following the recent fund raise and various new initiatives announced. They are simply trying to scare shareholders into selling some or all of their holdings with the aim to reduce the share price in the short term to save their own bacon, In my opinion their days are numbered and this simply will not be the case. If you sit back and look where the company is, in my view it is very simple. I am not into looking back as that is easy to do but instead am taking a forward looking view as the market will do in due course. (I personally have bought in at prices between £1.60 and 68p and like many others am still under water) The company we know is now cash rich and yes although it currently has a monthly cash burn of c £2m this burn should shortly if it has not already begin to reduce due to the various income and profit generating activities coming on line via its unique partnership with the Chinese news agency and others. I would have thought that if only a small number of these opportunities are harvested in H2 then the cash burn would have reduced significantly and the company may even be in a cash generation position by the end of the year. (The auditors were happy that the company had sufficient cash prior to the recent fund raise) I could list the myriad of opportunities the company has already carved out in this high growth mobile transaction and app arena but I am sure that you are all aware of these from the last 12 months RNS feeds. If a stand alone company had just one of these opportunities pre earnings and pre revenues, (Chinese Student gateway with government backing or the Petrol Station wallet partnered with the leading petrol forecourt players) the rights to just one of these opportunities would justify a significant valuation on that company before it had even started to trade. BNN with its multiple opportunities is looking amazingly interesting in the short, medium and long term, I understand a number of investors are looking for a short term gain and others who have been stakeholders since the initial lottery days have seen the stock rise, fall and rise and fall again in BNN and to all those investors I wish you well and I am sure that in the not too distant future you will get a significant return on your investment even if you bought at the high of £1.70 share price last year. However lets for a minute take a little longer term view (which I know will be taken into account by the various analysts who will follow BNN after its`nasdaq listing) They will look at each opportunity re potential revenues/timing and anticipated margins and then apply a multiple then they will then discount this back to present day valuation. I have done my own numbers and to be honest the numbers look incredible. Look at the Listings of Amazon, Facebook, Snapchat etc. Yes some may have had significant revenue streams pre IPO but just look at their valuations, it was the future earnings that excited the market and put such a high valuation on these companies IPO's. Did anyone complain about what they had lost historically or how much the cash burn was the day they listed? I don't think so. I suggest you take a look at listed which is still a loss making business that is on nasdaq and is today valued just shy of $50bn. BNN now has the blocks in place to become a significant player in its market but what is that market,? Football? Mobile top ups? fines and utilities? Students? petrol payment mechanism? .....etc. Although each individual initiative in its own right will generate significant revenue and profit streams the holy grail is Data mining. and when the various users from the above initiatives, the sticky content and all the transactional and other data is woven together as I read in the recent RNS from the company New even more significant opportunities will become reality not only credit scoring as per Experian but a whole host of other data revenue generation opportunities. Once this occurs the company will have a valuation none of us can today imagine. I wish all investors the best over the bank holiday and I personally am excited at the prospects in the short, medium and long term for BNN,I am a holder and buyer.
desmondd: First post for me on here, followed this share closely for the past year. Fascinated by much of the discussion and would make the following observations: on the positive side, the company has clearly found several potentially lucrative applications for its technology and its movement into the payments sphere, while hardly lucrative at present, shows its platform to be robust in handling huge transactional volume and has consequently opened up a range of revenue streams. The petrol deal alone is, I believe, a game changer, whilst the most significant future revenues may well come from the huge potential value of the data it is collecting. I will leave it to the analysts to attempt to quantify the potential value of these revenue streams and await the next Mirabaud note with interest - hopefully a more accurate attempt than some of their recent analysis. On the negative side, BNN's PR and consideration of its shareholder base has been appalling. Like so many small companies who successfully raise funds in the market (especially on AIM), once they have got the cash they rush to do all the exciting things that money allows them to do (nothing wrong with that in itself, indeed precisely what shareholders want them to do),but forget to keep their investors properly informed along the way. In a vacuum of information, a share price only moves one way. BNN have learnt this to their cost - the deals recently announced, (in themselves further evidence of an energetic company making good strategic partnerships and opening up exciting new revenue streams) were overshadowed by the chaotic share price movement ahead of the announcement and placement details. Consequently the company has been forced to raise money at probably a 30% discount to where it would have expected when it first entered a closed period to discuss the fund raising with its institutional shareholders. Everybody loses, with many of us smaller shareholders feeling ignored and disillusioned by the share price decline. So which way now ? Despite the mismanagement of information flow, for me the exciting potential of BNN remains and I expect the share price to move ahead strongly ahead of the Nasdaq listing. Perversely, I find the comments of some of the new bears on this stock most reassuring - when the likes of Lucian Miers of Shareprophets proudly announces that he "had not heard of BNN before last Wednesday" and then states, after cursory inspection, he has opened a short position at 80p, I am interested in his reaction following the news of the placing at that price, the deals it funds, and how the company is now positioned ahead of its proposed Nasdaq listing. Somewhat arrogantly, he suggests BNN should be congratulated for persuading those institutional shareholders, all of whom have known and understood the company, its management and business model for considerably longer than "last Wednesday", to continue to support the company. That support is likely to continue, now that those institutions and insiders, previously prevented from buying shares during the closed period preceding last week's news, can once more buy shares in the market. The next significant move in the share price looks to be to the upside.
and11: It would be good to have some news! Ideally early April showing results from 2016 & Q1 2017 providing solid growth with revised forecast no's, update on Nas listing, update on new agreements/partnerships & an update, review & latest forecast/ targets for BNN share price from our brokers! Hopefully this will arrive ahead of the new ISA allocation 2017/18 which is now 20k from April 6th... come on BNN..GLA
d_gould: For me the deal with T-Mall looks very promising too. 'The cooperation agreement also allows for NewNet to work with local partners on a broad scope of payment services in addition to the motorist platform that are proposed to launch through the national Xinhua News Mobile App, provincial Xinhua news apps and T-mall store (Taobao)' This means more B2C and B2B transactions being made and therefore more revenue for the company. This is a huge marketplace for B2B and B2C, T-Mall furthermore having a massive market share and being part of the Alibaba group - all very positive. Good to hear update on NASDAQ, this may take longer than expected IMO and I think the company will IPO later this year when they have sorted all requirements from the SEC.I think if the SEC were to reject the application (remember DJI tried to register a previous listing before the lottery ban, but the this time BNN has announced F-1 Submission and Formal listing process after initial applicational announcement, which did not happen the first time)it would have been done by now. This is now simply a case of whether BNN can meet the SEC requirements, I believe it will as the year progresses. Would have hoped to see some advancement regarding live services being launched in this RNS, however this maybe subject to delay and referring to the Motorist services being launched in H2: (Any thoughts people?) 'In addition, we are in advance stages of negotiation on several significant contracts. These include contracts to support new B2C services launched on the Xinhua News Mobile App, working with prestigious national partners. Our technology will allow consumers in these sectors to make payments and update information with ease and security using their mobile phones. We are hopeful these services will go live in the first few months of 2017. Together with the contracts and initiatives announced today, these new revenue streams represent significant potential for both higher margins and valuable customer data.' Overall for me a very positive RNS, it would be nice to have some more transparency regarding financials. Although we will have to wait for the end of year results I imagine. I am not expecting massive revenue generation from 2016, as we only were told of 120 million gross sales through one B2B revenue stream (mobile top ups). On one hand this shows how much revenue even one payment sector can generate in such a small time (I know BNN take a commission)and shows the great potential for how much revenue can be generated through further deals. But at the same time i'm not sure how much profit the company would be making from this revenue stream alone. For me the company and its partners' exclusivity for these transactions with the National Chinese News Agency is a great opportunity. I see it as the government trying for a market share in Fintech payments and online presence, which is dominated by two main companies. BNN and its partners will be the sole providers of the payment processing for the APP and could not be doing it for a better / bigger institution. Hopefully we will furthermore see the ban being lifted for online lottery sales this year, (which BNN has now moved its lottery assets to its partner with 48% ownership)and will generate a lot of revenue with further state deals and provisions. I still think we are in very early stages of seeing the true potential of BNN and the rollout of its services, but a very promising start nonetheless. Maybe people were expecting more, which is why the share price has dropped? But I'm not sure personally. I don't think the massive investment banks / institutions invested in BNN (check their website) are worried about the day-today share prices as they see the future potential of the company, but i'm sure shareholder value will be increased as the year goes on and more is revealed. GLA
khitchen: Something needs to be done to have a marked increase on on the BNN share price
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.
credock: Yes thankyou , all the best , but the best help would be a BNN share price of £2 plus LOL.
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