Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ilika LSE:IKA London Ordinary Share GB00B608Z994 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% 58.00p 56.00p 60.00p 58.00p 58.00p 58.00p 1,000 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 0.6 -3.8 -5.2 - 38.16

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31/8/2016
09:20
Ilika Daily Update: Ilika is listed in the Alternative Energy sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IKA. The last closing price for Ilika was 58p.
Ilika has a 4 week average price of 54.16p and a 12 week average price of 54.16p.
The 1 year high share price is 79.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 44.50p.
There are currently 65,797,560 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 18,565 shares. The market capitalisation of Ilika is £38,162,584.80.
30/4/2016
17:52
loobrush: From LSE Seems to me that IKA and ARM are working together on the new battery technology just launched. This I think is quite significant to have Arm in your camp and adding input to it's possible uses. ARM is a big successful outfit and they obviously have knowledge of what the future holds-so for them to have linked up with ARM is a huge vote of confidence of what they must see as a multi million dollar opportunity or they wouldn't bother. Bought some more yesterday as I think that share price has a long way to go and I expect licencing deals will out very shortly.
30/4/2016
09:27
horneblower: I should add that Steve Boydell (FD) reported that their cash position as of their year-end, which just happened to be yesterday was almost exactly £3M giving them an 18 month burn-to-zero position. He was confident that they would not be needing to come to the market for further working cap funds as licencing deals would provide sufficient income to go forward without. However, he did not rule out a fundraising exercise in either of the following scenarios... They find that they want to do a deal with a major (he used the term Gorilla) who was pressurising them to do a deal too cheaply due to their cash position. They find that their share price has risen to a level where they might opportunistically do a rights issue at a good price. I told them that personally, as a PI, I would have no difficulty with a fundraising if it speeded up development of bigger battery systems.
25/4/2016
15:29
loobrush: Another view from lse------ Is IKA going up 100% Wednesday Launch of their game changing batteries on IDTechEx Conference in Berlin PLUS analyists presentation Friday. Will worldwide licensing be announced on Wednesday is this the start of something big for IKA. Company has the potential to make it big in a £billion market with micro batteries plus other size batteries in development-we should find out wednesday-share price half of what it has been and just of lows, worth a punt in my view as could really jump on good news.
22/4/2016
15:35
horneblower: super. I disagree. 20 RNS's and no information is unhelpful. The company is protected by patents. It can only be positive to keep the market abreast of their technical milestone. Commercially they would benefit by the increased public exposure by having potential customers knocking on their door instead of having to spend our money going to expensive trade shows. The owners of the business should not be kept in the dark. The flagging share price is a direct consequence of the unnecessary blanketing of news. Will we get proper info in a week's time?
17/4/2016
13:54
theklf: CPX It's worth re-reading from Daily Mail a few months ago. Mouth-watering potential with so many potential licensees "However, there is an argument the current price of 7p a share is merely a staging post to a valuation way in excess of the current market cap of £19million. Certainly, if orders materialise from 20 or so automotive companies it is working with, or the integration of its tiny super-capacitors into machine-to-machine technology takes off, then the current share price will seem laughable." Read more: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-3233901/SMALL-CAP-IDEAS-CAP-XX-s-tiny-super-capacitors-no-laughing-matter-technology-takes-off.html#ixzz465Vczjkd
17/12/2015
11:06
big7ime: Can be very good for the share price, I once had a share double the week after such an event. Potentially thousands of investors, investment press, potential partners too. Graeham will be frustrated by the languishing share price as much as you or I but to date progress is above expectation So waiting to announce something worth announcingu as prototypes get to maximum efficiency. Would be great to get a licencing deal(s) announcement early next yr
21/7/2015
19:28
big7ime: The thing is, that statement is all very well but a speculative tech stock share price is up and down, volatile in nature, you are not investing for a steady dividend. And there is no reason to sell, just the share price has fallen - duh buy low, sell high, not the other way around. Most Aim stocks have had the same volatility this yr you said yourself. You have seen your investment fall 40% from its high and panicked along with a few other PIs or traders to take a loss. Facts are: There has been no bad news since sept and according to the co everything is on track, There has been no institutional selling No fundamental changes, no need for cash The fall in share price has been on extremely low volume, mms doing what they do to encourage trades So although I don't think many will have fallen in love with IKA just yet, and we may not have seen bottom but I'd put my money on being quite close, a good rise over the next six mths I feel is near certain so a time to sell? Not me. GP wants the share price at 200 in nxt 18mths, IC had 360tgt from memory. Speculative Buy recommendation at 110p = a much less speculative Buy at 68p We get a positive RNS on its battery capability, or Licencing contract news, or POC deals, followed by updates from likes of IC recommendation etc follows, investors and traders alike scramble for shares, the mms can whop it up and you don't buy because it's all of a sudden higher than you sold. Imo, It's time to Buy, not to sell. Dyor etc.
17/5/2015
18:37
big7ime: Ilika PLC LON:IKA has seen impressive growth over the last 18 months, with a share price rise from 22.7 GBX in late December 2013 to a peak of 114.0 GBX in October 2014. Whilst it is no longer enjoying the dizzy heights of that October, the price has remained consistently above 70.0 since then. With a current price of 71.0, could now be the right time to add them to your portfolio? Ilika plc is engaged in the discovery and development of materials for mass market applications. They have two key areas of focus: The first is energy as the company assesses materials for their capacity for energy storage and conversion efficiency. The second area is electronics where materials created by the company improve the performance and efficiency of a range of electronic components, such as digital memory devices and sensors. With a strong market focus around consumer demand for battery longevity and solid state technology, Ilika PLC LON:IKA could be the company set to capitalise on growing trends. For shrewd investors, could this be one to watch… With the meeting in The City tomorrow, anyone going? Could be right.
17/12/2014
14:25
troutisbackin: Rogk 26 Nov'14 - 19:19 - 678 of 757 0 0 If you didn't want to invest you wouldn't be here. But there's more. You declare you will wait and buy in cheaper. Heard it all before chap. Rogk 26 Nov'14 - 20:41 - 679 of 757 0 0 Initial commercial discussions have progressed and Ilika has entered into confidential disclosure agreements (CDAs) with commercial partners across the globe. In total, since January, Ilika has entered into ten CDAs to facilitate ongoing discussions with OEMs and suppliers of manufacturing equipment located in Europe, USA and Japan. Rogk 26 Nov'14 - 23:08 - 681 of 757 0 0 Post 677 is most certainly not an old one. Secondly if you are refering to me as a short term shareholder you obviously have not read my post regarding IMG where I held for 10yrs and made a tidy sum and which Ilika will replicate. A licence is most certainly not priced in for obvious reasons. One huge reason it is not priced in is becasue it will give confidence to all those sitting on the fence waiting further clarity. A big licence could see the share price double within a few days. I actually think the share price is cheap.
15/2/2014
18:44
loobrush: Lets update 13th Dec RNS Ilika (AIM: IKA), the advanced materials discovery company, announces that it has received notification that its patent application covering its lower cost metal alloys and their use as electro-catalysts in PEM fuel cells has been given notice of allowance in Europe. This notification follows the grant of its patent applications in the USA in December 2012 and in Japan in May 2013. In a PEM fuel cell, a controlled reaction occurs between hydrogen and oxygen. This reaction requires electro-catalysts, which are currently based on the precious metal, platinum. Ilika has developed a novel platinum-free catalyst, which on a cost/performance basis, has been shown to be 70% cheaper than the current industry standard. Ilika's electro-catalysts, which were originally invented using its high throughput materials development platform at its facility in Southampton, have been subsequently manufactured to a kilogram-scale quantity, to Ilika's specification, by a partner using an industrially-scalable process. Ilika is in active discussions to transfer the industrial production process to a volume-manufacturing partner. 28 th Jan RNS Validation of World First Solid-State Battery On January 9th this year Ilika (AIM: IKA), the advanced materials discovery company, announced that it had achieved a unique processing methodology to produce stacked solid-state batteries; a world-first and a solution to a key barrier to mass-market entry for solid-state batteries. This is an innovation likely to lead to significant out-licensing opportunities. This morning, Ilika is delighted to announce that electrochemical testing of the stacked solid-state batteries manufactured using Ilika's proprietary process has generated performance data that validates the stacked architecture, with two-cell stacks producing twice the voltage and power of a single cell. 11th Feb RNS Ilika (AIM:IKA), the advanced materials discovery company, announces that it is the lead partner in a project that has received an offer of grant funding through the Technology Strategy Board under the Aerospace Industrial Strategy: Advancing Technology Capability competition. Ilika will receive £0.875m of the £1.326m grant for this three year programme. The Company will work together with the University of Cambridge, Diamond Light Source and Rolls Royce to develop new alloy compositions for gas turbine engines with better thermo efficiency than current alloys, therefore increasing performance, reducing CO2 emissions and reducing noise levels at take-off. This award builds upon Ilika's work within the Aerospace Industry, having announced in October 2013, the award of commercial contracts with two of the world's largest aerospace companies." Well announcements of their success are coming like rabbits breeding and soon I am sure will come the commercial deal announcement regarding "We are in active discussions to transfer the industrial production process to a volume-manufacturing partner." as mentioned in the Dec 13 announcement. The grants they keep getting pay the bills but the share price has drifted down a bit on short term selling , however I expect shortly an announcement will come out of the blue that they have done a deal. At that time those who have sold or not bought in yet may well regret it ! Any guesses at what the share price will be then ?

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