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Quantum Phar. LSE:QP. London Ordinary Share GB00BRTL8Q42 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.50p +1.01% 50.25p 49.00p 51.50p 49.00p 49.00p 49.00p 106,764.00 16:35:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 70.0 6.2 4.5 11.2 84.98

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Quantum Phar. Daily Update: Quantum Phar. is listed in the Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker QP.. The last closing price for Quantum Phar. was 49.75p.
Quantum Phar. has a 4 week average price of 47.17p and a 12 week average price of 44.03p.
The 1 year high share price is 91p while the 1 year low share price is currently 33p.
There are currently 169,117,640 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 120,700 shares. The market capitalisation of Quantum Phar. is £84,981,614.10.
werewolfie: New boss for North East firm as it aims to raise £15million from markets 14:24, 20 OCT 2016 UPDATED 14:24, 20 OCT 2016 BY GRAEME WHITFIELD Chris Rigg has been acting CEO of firm Quantum since August but has now been appointed permanent chief executive Quantum Pharma Pharmaceutical firm Quantum has appointed a new chief executive and chairman and raised £15m from the markets as it seeks to recover from recent troubles. Chris Rigg, who has previously worked for Deloitte, Barclays and recruitment firm NRG in the North East, has been acting CEO since August and has now been confirmed in the top job. Quantum Pharma Plc issued a profit warning earlier this month and saw its share price plunge, but Mr Rigg has been backed by major shareholders in his strategy to simplify the hotly-tipped group and concentrate on its core specials business and niche pharmaceuticals pipeline. The firm has also appointed a new chairman, Ian Johnson, and two new non-executive directors - Christopher Mills and Dr John Brown – in a wideranging set of changes at the group’s board level. Quantum Pharma laboratories This morning the company had announced plans for an “accelerated bookbuild” that aimed to raise £15m to help reduce its debt. Just over an hour later, the company announced that the process had been successful. Shares in Quantum rose more than 25% after the announcements. Mr Rigg, who will remain as finance chief as well as CEO until a replacement is found, said: “I am delighted to be appointed as Quantum’s CEO and would like to thank the board and our major shareholders for their support. “Whilst the group has faced some challenges in the recent past, the focused and simplified strategy now in place has the potential to drive shareholder value and I look forward to working with Ian, Christopher, John and Quantum’s senior management team to deliver this.” Quantum warned earlier this month that its full-year results would be below forecasts, even though its six months to July 31 were strong, with revenues rising from £34.3m to £42.8m. The firm is also proposing to close a manufacturing operation in North Wales, a move affecting 66 employees. Mr Rigg replaces Andrew Scaife, who resigned in July. It has now been announced that chairman John Clarke and non-executive director Sheila Kelly have resigned from the company’s board.
frankwhite: WereWolfie I was in the same boat as you and still sold out! That's how much confidence I have that this share price will go even lower than today's. Long term I do not see any growth with this company. I've switched what was left into OPTI which looks like a winner long term.
rivaldo: Yep, steady as she goes. The H2 reliance is a drag, and a hindrance on H1 share price progression, but is well known. N+1 Singer have left forecasts unchanged and conclude that "The shares have begun to recover in recent weeks as a number of products have launched. We expect this trend to continue and for the shares to continue to re-rate on further delivery from the pipeline". They also say: "Another in line trading update confirms progress remains on track, both with trading in the core Specials division and delivery of new products from the Niche Pharmaceuticals pipeline now coming through as expected. We make no change to our forecasts and intend to review things more fully at the interims on 4th October, when we should have a clearer idea on how the commercialisation of those new products is progressing. We continue to see substantial potential upside in the shares on successful execution of the unlicensed to licensed strategy."
werewolfie: I asked the same question on LSE website and someone responded with a very interesting post - QP's share price has a lot of ground to make up... But is making great progress due to the following:- (1) Appointment of new CFO Chris Rigg currently acting CEO (2) Appointment of a new CEO (details awaited) (3) Removal of Andrew Scaife (4) A validated pipeline of new products being approved and launched substantially more effectively than previous. (5) Uniqueness of Bio Dose / Bio Dose connect. (6) On track to meet target earnings and EBITDA for 16/17 (7) The appointment of Lisa Brigham as its corporate communications manager,This is real evidence that QP is serious about improving its Marketing and Wider Communications ability to improve both Sales, Margin and importantly Communications with shareholders / stakeholders... Including Institutional shareholders.. (8) The addition of the Slater Investments to the Major Shareholder List. There appears also to be a number of large trades going through the market over the past week... It might be Mr Scaife reducing his not insubstantial holding... But it appears at least to me either other Major shareholders are topping up ( an RNS will confirm this in the near future) or a predator is stake building.. There are a limited number of free Float shares and if institutions are topping up then we can expect further rises in the value of QP shares in the run up to interim results.. The appointment of the new CEO should add further impetus to the share price... Product launches should remain a secret until final approval and launch plans confirmed in order to stop competitors either copying or attempting to derail QP's launch plans ... Hence no sight of them on the Company website.. QP has previously quoted a total Pipeline of X products (audited externally) and an estimated overall value to the company... No doubt that this is being added to continuously. This is a unique company and with the changes detailed above and a set of unique products and services .. We have a real opportunity to retrace previous high's in its share price,
busterdog2: Not me, but they do seem to be getting their act together. And the progression of the share price is a reflection of that.
rosejs2: As an update to my comment on the 5th April... (1) The should seriously be considering Nicola Massey as the new CEO (an In house appointee who has been in the company for best part of 9 months and has brought badly needed expertise in to her division and no doubt will have formed a real insight into how QP should go forward... (2) A new Chairman is needed... Whilst he has wielded the knife on Mr Scaife this was probably down to Instutional pressure and NOT his prowess as Chair.... I suspect after the new CEO is installed he will move on .. (2A) Likewise with the Non Executives...Either they are invisible or near useless.. not sure which... New ones needed with more business experience and more business savvy. (3) Scaife was a deal maker not a Pharma man and therefore not the man to take QP forward.. (4) Marketing at QP is in my opinion an amateurish operation and needs a complete overhaul... Without marketing excellence the release of new products and growth of existing products will not be achieved.. (5) Biodose should be licensed across the world for significant income streams whilst QP controls its roll out across the UK... What are QP waiting for?... Again ..poor marketing. (6) The company should consider buying Mr Scaife's shareholding and holding either as Treasury Shares for later placing with institutions once the price has risen (substantially) (7) With the CEO now destined to leave sooner rather than later... a predator may surface to pounce whilst the leadership of the company is under review... 5 Apr '16 If the Invisible Chairman can find the time to do a decent job at QP... Which I think is pretty doubtful.. He should address the Issue of the current CEO whose performance as recognised by the share price is Woeful... Nicola Massey should be given the role of CEO Immediately and be allowed to use her skill, judgement and experience to refocus QP into the Growth entity it was designed to be... Are the Institutions happy with QP... They will be when Scaife moves or is moved on to pastures new..
rosejs2: Buffy on the 19th Jan Was aware of the following... Quantum Pharma said its directors report group adjusted EBITDA for the year to Jan. 31 is expected to be about GBP12.7m, versus market consensus of GBP13.4m. "Overall the Group has progressed significantly in FY 2016," it said in a statement. "However, the Niche Pharmaceutical division has experienced delays in its product pipeline. As a result of this, the Board now expects more moderate double digit revenue and EBITDA growth for FY 2017." This to my knowledge has NOT been downgraded further... What is becoming apparent is the unusual pattern in share trading..Small share trades including trades of 25, 27, 37 shares... Lots of AT trades of 5000.. I am no expert at all on interpreting what I might regard as share manipulation... all legal of course.. but I would not be surprised to find that somebody or some organisation are not building or manipulating the share price for their advantage.. including a possible takeover at a less than generous price to existing shareholders.. The Weakness in QP I believe is a number of its senior team.. Don't rate the Chairman.. The Invisible Man - who should be replaced.. Don't Rate QP's NOMAD zeus... Hopeless in supporting the share price or selling the QP growth story.. Don't rate the Investor relations Dept - Hopeless Don't rate the PR advisors to QP... Change them immediately Sorry about the rant.. but QP has a number of real opportunities to create shareholder value...But changes at the top and with its advisers are needed.. Perhaps we might even see a return to Private ownership for QP.. nothing should be ruled out..
rosejs2: There continues to be unusual volumes of QP shares being traded ... The number of AT trades might imply this share is being shorted ...There was a large buy of 100000 shares at 61p yesterday in a delayed reporting trade... There has been no RNS profits warning from the Company.... There appears to have been no change in the institutional holders of QP stock according to the company website.. There has been NO RNS telling us of any material changes to 3% plus holders (Add or reduce) The last presentation by the CEO to new investors was extremely positive... Biodose can become a major revenue generator and importantly a big profit earner if marketed correctly.. So why the fall in the share price... Possibly the following:- A shorting raid on QP shares by whom ? Clever stake building by an unknown body or bodies... drive the share price down and hit lots of Stop losses and pick up these shares on the cheap ..This would be my preferred theory ! Loss of faith in the Chairman and CEO of QP !!! I do believe that QP continues to require a new Chairman (rather than a part timer who has not the time to spend on QP) and who has many other irons in the fire... And to stand up to the CEO.. this is needed urgently !! A new NOMAD to support and spread the good news story of QP including current and future prospects.. A new and professional Investor relations dept .. supported by a far better publicity machine... both woefully inadequate... The positive view of this is .. this is a new fledgling Pharma .. making a real profit operating in a set of unique niche markets... With the right management and Chair .. it should be very attractive to either a Predator or there is a great possibility now to go back to being a Private unlisted company.. having tasted the wroth of the market by over promising and under delivering .... Now is the time for QP Management to stand up and be counted...Or replaced !
rosejs2: This is very positive..and with an exercise Price of the Options at 100p the incentive to succeed and create shareholder value and move the share price upwards to and beyond 100p is now in place... Quantum Pharma Plc (AIM: QP.), the growing, service-led niche pharmaceutical manufacturer, developer and supplier to the health and care sectors, received notifications on 10 March 2016 that Andrew Scaife, Chief Executive Officer of the Company, purchased 37,000 ordinary shares of 10 pence each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") at a price of 68 pence per share and Chris Rigg, Chief Financial Officer of the Company, purchased 15,000 Ordinary Shares at a price of 66 pence per share. Additionally, Quantum announces that on 10 March 2016, it granted options over 500,000 Ordinary Shares at an exercise price of 100 pence in accordance with the rules of the Quantum Long Term Incentive Plan 2014.
simon gordon: Woody, At the end of the day it comes down to conviction, your belief in the story. There are a lot of jumpy traders and if you have a chunky seller in a small cap a selling cascade can pick up strong momentum. QP. has been tipped a couple of times and some tip jockeys will bail as they hold little conviction and start squirming as the price falls and think 'I only bought this because x said it was going to go up'. Unless the story goes really sour I plan to hold QP. for the next three to five years in the hope that it does a bit of a HIK on the chart front. The CEO looks dynamic and innovative, he has a growth strategy and fairly secure recurring revenues in an expanding market place. I suppose the biggest share price dangers would be contamination at one of the factories. MHRA permits could slip at times and that could make forecasts weaken but the underlying pipeline is expanding and should feed through at some point. I reckon QP. is a sleep at night stock and I welcome share price weakness as a chance to add and also test my conviction in the story. Learning lessons from past mistakes is good but maybe your conviction in IGR was not strong enough and the story had too many weaknesses for you to sleep at night. Patience and a high conviction story is the way to make serious money in the markets. Let's hope QP. is a golden one!!
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