Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nanoco LSE:NANO London Ordinary Share GB00B01JLR99 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.25p +0.69% 36.50p 36.00p 36.50p 36.75p 35.75p 36.50p 418,114.00 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 0.5 -12.6 -4.5 - 86.95

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30/3/2017
22:49
Sorry to butt in but is this of significance? https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/10602830/filing-history Some of the names look familiar. Thanks
diverg
30/3/2017
22:23
Onething, This board aren't the major investors and their blind hope or otherwise is largely irrelevant. The companies founders and IIs are who matters to sentiment really and I guess the short holders who have a few percent interest,
bagpuss67
30/3/2017
19:14
Enteleon, all I am saying is that news often leeks. There can be rises into good results. Nanoco does not have a good track record for what it's CEO says and what transpires. Results can't lie (although actually they can but we must assume what is reported is correct), but the insiders are not buying in advance of these results. Yet. It could be good news on Monday, but where is the incentive to bet on that?I am surprised there is still so much blind hope going on here.
onething
30/3/2017
19:00
Onething-I bow to your very comprehensive knowledge of both corporate governance and the machinations of the market. Presumably, if income expectations are still in line with prediction, we simply have to wait for the results on April 4th. This is surely true for most major quoted companies. Nano would presumably respect confidentiality agreements with its OEMs. In other words, the OEMs will largely dictate the news-flow. In late 2016, we were told that both Merck and Wah Hong were accelerating plans for production plants, but silence since then as to the details. Clearly, this silence has unsettled investors who, generally, loathe uncertainty. Personally, yes of course I am unsettled, but not to the point of selling out. I totally respect your view, Onething, that Nano is just too speculative at present and that you would not be stepping back in until the share price regains the £1.00 mark. Historically, there has often been a severe share price decline as we approach results day; conversely, there has sometimes been an uplift (temporary) thereafter. My long-term view is still optimistic. Thanks to those like Roadster750 for keeping a hawk-like eye on publicity.
enteleon
30/3/2017
18:14
Well look at the history. 2 years ago share price 1.10 with target price of 275. Signed deal with LG for tv's to hit the stores November 2015. 2 years later. Infographics on the dangers of cadmium, 35p share price target of 75p and no official word from nanoco of any production. Yes we have articles stating nanoco dots are being used. It seems highly likely we are supplying both Philips and Hisense from pieces written in the press. We have the DOW factory which is doing???? No one know's what or why BUT NANOCO ARE SILENT.
mrplay
30/3/2017
17:41
Could a company like Nanoco really have kept background good news under wraps? We are talking about production activity in two manufacturing sites (Korea and Runcorn) where information gleaned from many disciplines or suppliers could have pointed to positive / increasing output. There is enough investment £££ involved here to make a bit of digging worthwhile. A deal at board level may have been possible to conceal until announcement, but not actual production activity. And the company has announced nothing and the share price is in decline. On the flip side you could say that the digging I have suggested has not turned up anything particularly negative. Which may have led to a more rapid so collapse. On balance though the share price is in a slow but steady decline and not a holding plateau or slow but steady increase.
onething
30/3/2017
17:37
Peel hunt. But fully agree the downward trend of the share price would of stopped with news of production. Nanoco silent but apparently are allowed talk to journalists which write pieces claiming nanoco's dots in certain tv's
mrplay
30/3/2017
17:25
In October 2015 Cannacord's target price for Nanoco was 275p. Their current target is 110p. In Feb 2016 Cannacord were forecasting Nanoco revenue at £21.7m to July 2017, now its £7-8m. How accurate are their forecasts?
minsky
30/3/2017
17:22
if nano do bring the rabbit out of the hat, in view of this extended silence, and ever declining sp, causing long term despair, can we ever really trust them again? Or are we all too impatient?
jfacwc
30/3/2017
16:40
pete -> they should as no warning to the contrary from the company. As we all know, NANO are a model of corporate governance.
mr.oz
30/3/2017
16:30
I can't wait to find out!
onething
30/3/2017
16:29
What if the results next week show that revenue is on track for around £7.8 million for the year end?
petepitstop
30/3/2017
16:05
Just had a look at the 3month and one year daily chart. What I thought was going to be another long horizontal range centring on 40p is now looking like a distinct and ongoing 3 month+ downtrend that looks set to pierce the all time low of 35.25p before the results on Monday. It doesn't fit with the idea of a young and growing company on the verge of success.
onething
30/3/2017
15:07
Looks like a Hisense and philips tv with nanoco dots going into production for sale this summer. Nanoco silent and share price dipping. Is it inside information about cash call at 30p or what? what the hell is going on.
mrplay
30/3/2017
14:17
hxxp://newatlas.com/graphene-quantum-dots-dotz-nano-interview/48503/ New Atlas spoke to Moti Gross, the CEO of Dotz Nano, an Australian-listed company that's developing new ways for these tiny, glowing, one-atom-thick dots to be made and used.
ih_169538
30/3/2017
13:54
Manchester University is probably a partner, given that Mancester University is the home of graphene. "Although scientists knew one atom thick, two-dimensional crystal graphene existed, no-one had worked out how to extract it from graphite. That was until it was isolated in 2004 by two researchers at The University of Manchester, Prof Andre Geim and Prof Kostya Novoselov. This is the story of how that stunning scientific feat came about and why Andre and Kostya won the Nobel Prize in Physics for their pioneering work. I believe that Nokia was selected to manage a large portion of the money set aside by the EU for graphene development.
mwwh
30/3/2017
13:51
Manchester University is probably a partner, given that Mancester University is the home of graphene. "Although scientists knew one atom thick, two-dimensional crystal graphene existed, no-one had worked out how to extract it from graphite. That was until it was isolated in 2004 by two researchers at The University of Manchester, Prof Andre Geim and Prof Kostya Novoselov. This is the story of how that stunning scientific feat came about and why Andre and Kostya won the Nobel Prize in Physics for their pioneering work.
mwwh
30/3/2017
13:17
Balaura,The parent company.
roadster750
30/3/2017
13:08
Owned by whom?
balaura
30/3/2017
12:45
My take on it is they set up this wholly owned subsidiary to seperate their graphene developments, bearing in mind there is a huge government funding pot for the promotion of graphene business. hTTp://startups.co.uk/government-launches-15m-tech-fund/
roadster750
30/3/2017
12:38
Firm - I think CES 2018 is most likely for demonstrated nanoco film screens unfortunately. I would definitely like some more explanation on this graphene business spin-off - general lack of information makes me very distrustful of bod.
howl01
30/3/2017
12:27
Can anyone please possibly explain the reference to the private 2D company - I think I have missed this.
robotface
30/3/2017
11:48
They need to update or confirm the forecast, explain the new private (2D) company and whether it is a wholly owned entity or some sort of spin off to get some costs off the books, etc. The world isn't often black and white. I'm expecting a lot of gray on Tuesday.
ih_332411
30/3/2017
11:46
Could be announcing some exciting news around prototypes at CES 2018 !!
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