Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Calculus Vct LSE:CLC London Ordinary Share GB00B631ZQ22 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 23.00p 19.00p 27.00p 23.00p 23.00p 23.00p 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Equity Investment Instruments 0.1 -0.1 -1.5 - 1.09

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25/11/201614:16UKREGCalculus VCT PLC Publication of a Prospectus
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24/10/201610:25UKREGCalculus VCT PLC Half-year Report
28/9/201608:28UKREGCalculus VCT PLC Offer for subscription
26/7/201617:18UKREGCalculus VCT PLC Result of AGM
19/7/201609:11UKREGCalculus VCT PLC Net Asset Value(s)
21/6/201606:00UKREGCalculus VCT PLC Annual Financial Report
03/5/201609:28UKREGCalculus VCT PLC Issue of Equity
27/4/201615:14UKREGCalculus VCT PLC Extension of Closing Date
04/4/201609:20UKREGCalculus VCT PLC Issue of Equity
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02/12/2016
08:20
Calculus Vct Daily Update: Calculus Vct is listed in the Equity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CLC. The last closing price for Calculus Vct was 23p.
Calculus Vct has a 4 week average price of 23.90p and a 12 week average price of 29.18p.
The 1 year high share price is 37p while the 1 year low share price is currently 21p.
There are currently 4,738,463 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Calculus Vct is £1,089,846.49.
09/10/2007
10:12
lionelh: I've been in this share for five or six years now since I saw a buy recommendation in Techinvest. In that time it has lost over 90% of its value (I can remember when it was nearly 50p per share). My exposure to it has been small so I held on. For the first time I am seriously considering topping-up and averaging down. Continued improving newsflow can only start to move the share price ahead for a revaluation soon. It appears to be sticking a bit like ULT where continuing positive newsflow, including large NHS interest, over a period of time has failed to be recognised by the market. Cancellation of official listing should be a large saving but may lose instittional investors. I presume it will be an AIM listing instead. Good luck all patient investors.
29/9/2005
11:19
the shuffle man: The results are not as bad as I had feared and do not warrant the drop in the share price seen in recent weeks. The bad think about moving to AIM is that any holdings in PEPS and ISAs will have to be sold which could act as a drag on the share price.
29/9/2005
08:55
orange1: Not quite Ian. Admin expenses of £1.5m p.a., yes, but these are largely covered by the maintenance and other fees the company pulls in each year. They have now pulled in £1.1m of licence fees in 6 months - practically unheard of in the history of CLC (only 79k in the 6 months to Sept 05)and if they continue at this rate it will be £ 2m + p.a. (attracting even more maintenance fees. All of which means that the company could well be in profit again before long. At which point the share price should be much higher than now. O1
22/2/2005
19:41
chessman2: CLC has been threatening to go to 70p+ for some 2 or 3 years now. However, somehow they have never quite managed to get the software sold and delivered and the share price moving. One day I expect they will be taken out by a USA competitor - I am waiting in hope. In the meantime all new buyers should be aware that even a small amount of buying will shift the price quite rapidly as I believe the marketmakers are not holding much stock.
22/2/2005
15:32
orange1: I see it as a chance to partake in the CLC lottery. As I said above, you start with the following numbers: 8, 7 and 21 (representing respectively the number of live installations, orders received and open bids). You are now looking to improve on those numbers. The first figure is likely to be 9 or 10. No excitement there. For the percentage increase in the second figure (orders received) you are likely to get a corresponding percentage increase in the share price. An increase in the third figure works in the same way save that you have to apply a 50-75% discount to the corresponding share price percentage increase. It's as simple as that! Roll up! Roll up!
22/6/2004
19:38
orange1: Ian 1 director (Kitchner), one connected person (Altschuler - also a substantial shareholder) and one other substantial shareholder (ex-Chairman Gordon) each picked up 50k. A modest attempt to bolster the share price? I see it as follows: you have said that there is a seller in the market. The MMs are not going to take that seller's shares on for their own account. The price has been dropped but there have been precious few buyers. So someone went round the market this morning offering 533k shares. These found a home at a price identical to the sale price 20.25p. 150k of those shares went to Kitchner, Gordon and Altschuler, the rest to another buyer or buyers. It appears that the MMs may have taken 10024 shares as commission the differencce between the amount sold 533k and the amount bought 522976. Were the directors bolstering the share price? Well indirectly I suppose if they are helping to clear out a seller. The disappearance of that seller, if indeed that seller had been totally cleared out, should of itself lead to the price rising as and when buyers return and providing that there are no other sellers. In any event the fact that there were apparently other buyers out there at 20.25p apart from the gang of three must be seen as a positive. Regards Orange1
22/6/2004
18:30
jeffian: Hmmm....! After-hours announcement tonight that a Director and major shareholder have each picked up another 50,000 shares might, on the face of it, herald good news, but I'm becoming so cynical about this company's ability to do what it says, that it could equally just be a modest attempt to bolster the share price (only £11,250 each invested, after all) or hoovering up stock from another disillusioned seller to prevent further downward pressure. Be interesting to see what the market makes of it in the morning. Regards, Ian
03/6/2004
06:52
day_dreamer: Should be a good rebound in the share price although pre-market it's only up a penny although Evo were keen to go higher but wins wouldnt budge, the price has dropped sharply suggesting bad news was coming but it's good news, not earth shattering but still it's good news and the price was saying the opposite. Gravy
27/5/2004
16:46
orange1: Thanks Ian. The only surprise I guess is that they are even trying. Can't be easy. Seems from looking at L2 that Evo are involved in some way and that the shares are finding a home but naturally at some cost to the share price. Have you any suggestions as to where that fund (and others) might reinvest its proceeds?! Orange1
27/2/2004
10:43
orange1: Well I can't help thinking that having seen the bid price drop to 30p somebody got on the phone to CLC and asked what the @#?| was going on. Nothing untoward replied CLC we are making progress, albeit slowly. Call this progress enquired the caller, the price will be at - 10p if you don't get your act together and tell the world what is going on. But we are announcing our results on 8 March, all will be revealed then. Not good enough, tell 'em now. All right then, just the 2 contracts, we'll keep a bit back for 8 March as we had intended all along. Something along those lines is my guess: ie the statement was forced out of them by the drop in the share price. The statement in itself is encouraging in that CLC have acquired 2 new (and according to CLC siginificant) customers. But the picture needs to be completed on 8 March with regard to other prospects old and new. Have they been secured? And what are the future prospects as of now?
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