Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cyan Holdings LSE:CYAN London Ordinary Share GB00B0P66Q02 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.0125p -6.49% 0.18p 0.175p 0.185p 0.1925p 0.1775p 0.1925p 45,647,878 15:56:53
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 0.3 -4.9 -0.8 - 25.92

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27/09/2016 16:24:380.185,000,0009,000.00O
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27/9/2016
09:20
Cyan Daily Update: Cyan Holdings is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CYAN. The last closing price for Cyan was 0.19p.
Cyan Holdings has a 4 week average price of 0.19p and a 12 week average price of 0.19p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.34p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.13p.
There are currently 14,398,091,290 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 49,264,062 shares. The market capitalisation of Cyan Holdings is £25,916,564.32.
17/9/2016
07:11
lwaxf13: More likely questions would be very awkward. It would be very difficult to put a positive spin on years of share price failure. Even more so at a company/share promotion after bigging up the company and leadership team. The only measure of success is share price. I don't give a monkeys how many awards they win, how many great partners they have, how many countries they are in, how many trials they do, the great opportunities. These things do not feed my kids.
06/7/2016
22:06
lwaxf13: A big yawn. The tech industry is littered with aquistions that proved not so wise months and years after the event. Let's see how cyan share price is doing in 6 - 12 months. I reckon share price will still be in the toilet.
28/5/2016
07:39
lwaxf13: Cyan presenting at another conference!!! What will the story be for potential share holders this time? Surely it can't be "judge our team of industry big hitters on the track record at Cyan." Should be "See how we have driven the share price into the ground with relentless dilution to keep the company afloat. Share holder value? What's that?" I might get myself into London for the presentation and ask when the strategy will change to put shareholders first. If they are not taking questions in public I could rock up with my question on a placard. Will there be enough zeros in any computer in the world to record the number of Cyan shares after the £12.5M round of dilution? :-) On a more serious note I am interested to hear what's in it for shareholders by raising £12.5M. Based on track record will there be anything in it?!!
08/4/2016
12:41
multibagger: Cheers Guys and thanks :) I agree that a placing is possible but is unlikely to be substantially discounted. This transformational deal gives us more leverage in terms of placing terms potentially. Consolidation of shares is bound to happen to attract investments from fund managers who work on share price thresholds amongst others. I, like many others have asked the question of whether this is a flash in the pan...but I guess Iran is in a hurry to make up and catch up with the world after years being isolated. The speed of moving from a pilot to a £10m deal is astounding...most govts/companies will take significantly longer. They certainly not lacking in ambition - the smart meter roll out proposed could well make Iran the first "smart" country. Sometimes coming late to the party, allows you to leapfrog in technology. Much like many parts of the world moved to mobile communication and mobile banking and missed the landline/ traditional banking era almost completely. The attractive thing about CYAN tech is its adaptability / interoperability and products for various utilities and the integration with the IoT. The role of CYAN in the IoT would surely be a very big prize, even if you get a tiny market share. Then there is the business opportunity in the Smart Cities - India alone is planning about 100 smart cities and the Middle East in investing in them as well. So we have electricity, gas and water covered....and I am sure that the tech would be applicable in a number of other sectors. ( I need to do more research into this ). Once we have a big enough footprint and developed a more mature and recurrently profitable customer base, we will be taken out by the likes of GE, Siemens, Honeywell or some other big instrumentation company. We have the potential to be a several hundred million turnover company in the next 5-8 years I would think. We could be taken over by then. People investing now are well positioned to benefit from the undervalued share price when compared to the potential. Good luck all :)
17/3/2016
07:40
liquid millionaire: Cyan Holdings plc ("Cyan" or "the Company") Issue of Equity Cyan (AIM: CYAN.L), the integrated system and software design company delivering mesh based flexible wireless solutions for utility metering and lighting control, is pleased to announce that it has raised £450,000 by way of a subscription for 250,000,000 ordinary shares of 0.01p each ("Subscription Shares") at a price of 0.18 pence per share (the "Issue Price") (the "Subscription"), representing a premium of 20 per cent. to the closing mid-market share price on 16 March 2016. Highlights · Issue of 250,000,000 Subscription Shares subscribed by new and existing private investors to raise proceeds of £450,000 · The Issue Price represents a premium of 20 per cent. to the closing mid-market price of 0.15 pence on 16 March 2016, being the latest dealing day prior to the announcement of the Subscription · The proceeds of the Subscription will be used for working capital purposes · The Subscription is not underwritten. The Subscription is conditional only upon admission of the Subscription Shares to trading on AIM The Subscription has been undertaken pursuant to the general authorities granted to the board of directors at the general meeting of the Company held on 30 June 2015 and therefore no further shareholder approval is required. The Company has received HMRC confirmation that the Subscription Shares will qualify for EIS tax relief under the Company's existing EIS headroom of up to £12.6M (of which £3.9M is available in the 12 month period to June 2016, and £535k still available at the Issue Price under the general authorities granted to the board of directors in June 2015). Following the admission of the new Ordinary Shares, the Company's total issued share capital will be 7,080,506,012 ordinary shares of 0.01 pence each. This figure of 7,080,506,012 may be used by shareholders as the denominator by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change to their interest in, the Company under the Disclosure and Transparency Rules. Application will be made for the admission of the Subscription Shares to trading on AIM and it is expected that the Subscription Shares will be admitted to trading on AIM at 8.00 a.m. on 23 March 2016. The Subscription Shares will rank pari passu in all respects with the Company's existing ordinary shares of 0.01 pence each. John Cronin, Executive Chairman of Cyan, commented: "I was delighted to be approached by new investors wishing to take advantage of the EIS tax relief available through investments in Cyan during the tax year ending on 5th April 2016. I was particularly pleased that we were able to secure these investments at a premium to the current share price. I'd like to welcome our new shareholders and thank the existing shareholders for their continued support."
25/2/2016
07:43
lwaxf13: When you next speak with Warren would you ask why he is not loading up with Cyan. It's hard to not add some reality to the cyan board given the appalling performance of this company. I don't see anything positive to post about other than the R&D guys strike me as top drawer. If there was anything else then I would post it but right now they offer a share price at close to all time lows, continued dilution, orders that are small fry, jam tomorrow. Not going too well for shareholders IMO. Correct me if I have got it all wrong and this is a great well run company and great stock. From now on I am only posting positive things about cyan. I will start next week when the share price way up from here :-)
02/12/2015
09:50
liquid millionaire: Cantors buy note out on CYAN....share price target 1p+ nilli 1 Dec'15 - 15:56 - 7855 of 7856 1 0 Smart company Cyan is focused on targeted smart communication solutions to power grid problems, particularly in smart metering and smart lighting. We think the company has the best technology for developing and newly industrialised countries where demand for these solutions is greatest. With meaningful sales orders beginning to emerge we see Cyan at an inflection point and initiate coverage with a BUY recommendation and a target price of 1.0p. Demand for smart grid solutions is growing Cyan Holdings is a provider of devices and software facilitating the core communications link for smart metering and smart street lighting. There is a significant drive to install smart solutions to overcome grid problems. In particular developing and newly industrialised countries see smart metering as a solution to inefficient networks and high non-technical losses. Key national industry targets include 238m smart meters in China, 130m smart meters in India and 81m smart meters in Brazil. Cyan’s technology leads the market Cyan's solutions and technology are optimised for developing and newly industrialised countries. In particular the low power radio frequency ("RF") based communication technology has a range much more appropriate to Cyan's target markets than competing technologies. This is proven technology already operating with several customers in multiple markets. Cyan has initial orders from major players with potential for these to expand significantly. Current orders include 45,551 smart meter units in India, 39,000 smart lighting units in China and a letter of intent for 200,000 smart meter units in Ghana. Most recently Cyan has won an order in India for the supply of over 13,000 smart meter solutions. The deal includes software sales on a recurring revenue basis and is valued at £0.5m We forecast sales of c.£37m by 2019 The company is now at an inflection point moving towards genuine and potentially significant revenues. However the immediate future is highly dependent on a small number of transactions, the timing of which is uncertain. As a result we think it is misleading to provide near term forecasts at this stage. However by 2019 we forecast unit sales of almost 3m meter points bringing revenue of £37m and EBITDA of £19m. A peer group of similar companies conservatively suggests an EV/sales multiple of 5.6x. Putting the company on this for 2019, discounting back at 12% and then risking for the stage of technological development gives a share price target of 1.0p.
01/12/2015
16:05
liquid millionaire: CYAN Cantors buy note out on CYAN....share price target 1p+ nilli 1 Dec'15 - 15:56 - 7855 of 7856 1 0 Smart company Cyan is focused on targeted smart communication solutions to power grid problems, particularly in smart metering and smart lighting. We think the company has the best technology for developing and newly industrialised countries where demand for these solutions is greatest. With meaningful sales orders beginning to emerge we see Cyan at an inflection point and initiate coverage with a BUY recommendation and a target price of 1.0p. Demand for smart grid solutions is growing Cyan Holdings is a provider of devices and software facilitating the core communications link for smart metering and smart street lighting. There is a significant drive to install smart solutions to overcome grid problems. In particular developing and newly industrialised countries see smart metering as a solution to inefficient networks and high non-technical losses. Key national industry targets include 238m smart meters in China, 130m smart meters in India and 81m smart meters in Brazil. Cyan’s technology leads the market Cyan's solutions and technology are optimised for developing and newly industrialised countries. In particular the low power radio frequency ("RF") based communication technology has a range much more appropriate to Cyan's target markets than competing technologies. This is proven technology already operating with several customers in multiple markets. Cyan has initial orders from major players with potential for these to expand significantly. Current orders include 45,551 smart meter units in India, 39,000 smart lighting units in China and a letter of intent for 200,000 smart meter units in Ghana. Most recently Cyan has won an order in India for the supply of over 13,000 smart meter solutions. The deal includes software sales on a recurring revenue basis and is valued at £0.5m We forecast sales of c.£37m by 2019 The company is now at an inflection point moving towards genuine and potentially significant revenues. However the immediate future is highly dependent on a small number of transactions, the timing of which is uncertain. As a result we think it is misleading to provide near term forecasts at this stage. However by 2019 we forecast unit sales of almost 3m meter points bringing revenue of £37m and EBITDA of £19m. A peer group of similar companies conservatively suggests an EV/sales multiple of 5.6x. Putting the company on this for 2019, discounting back at 12% and then risking for the stage of technological development gives a share price target of 1.0p.
10/7/2015
18:50
lwaxf13: This place is like the Da Vinci Code. Is there a hidden message in Pete's message 10.07.15? Come on Pete put us all out of our misery. Was 10.07.15 a prediction from you that CYAN would go up? We know you and your predictions are about as reliable as CYAN share price ;-)
03/7/2015
15:47
lwaxf13: Now now everyone. More than likely L&G are sitting on a loss. No idea what could have gone wrong there. Afterall, they are an institutional investor and we all know that when an institutional investor buys shares it's a sure thing. To cheer everyone up I have a plan. If you flip the CYAN share price chart upside down and take 6 zeros off the number of shares see how much better things look. Simples :-)
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