Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Symphony Environmental Technologies LSE:SYM London Ordinary Share GB0009589168 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50p -3.31% 14.625p 14.25p 15.00p 15.125p 14.50p 15.00p 1,219,339 13:33:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 6.8 0.1 0.1 133.0 21.97

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Symphony Environmental Daily Update: Symphony Environmental Technologies is listed in the Chemicals sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SYM. The last closing price for Symphony Environmental was 15.13p.
Symphony Environmental Technologies has a 4 week average price of 9.38p and a 12 week average price of 5.38p.
The 1 year high share price is 17.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.75p.
There are currently 150,239,377 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,695,183 shares. The market capitalisation of Symphony Environmental Technologies is £21,972,508.89.
mattjos: 3 year high in the share price now
neilrr: Another disappointing year (what, the 15th in a row?) for SYM shareholders. Share price lower than 1.1.2016 for 50 or 51 weeks of the year. For 2 years it's down about 60%. Not to worry though, it's not been so bad for the management of Symphony. Michael Laurier & the troughing BoDs have still been paid multiple times what they are worth & are being paid as though they run a successful, profitable company instead of the hopeless, worthless basketcase SYM is.
neilrr: Half yearly results due any day. These are the last 2 years, for comparison when this year's output from Symphony Jam co. arrives. 2015 - 2014 -
hounddog10: Yes they are certainly up to something. In the past I would have assumed puffing up the share price in advance of a fund raising. But now I would assume any new money will likely come from Somerston who are on the inside and wouldn't fall for that. So a bit of a mystery. They are out of a close period so they can buy if they think there is good news on the way unless the news is very immediate and specific. In any event having followed the QPP saga I am beginning to think anything goes nowadays on RNS announcements and director dealings.
begorrah88: Anne That would be a perfectly reasonable and understandable post were it not for the fact that just prior to it you posted this: Anne69 11 Sep'14 - 18:14 - 4542 of 4551 0 0 Why does this negative chat always happen every time the share price moves (or starts to show signs of moving) upwards? Ax When the share price was not moving [or starting to show signs of moving]upwards. Not the first time you've shown your colours only to try and blend into the background when you've been caught out. I'm afraid this 'I'm just an investor' doesn't wash with me. It is all hugely irrelevant as nothing said by posters on a BB board is likely to have a material impact on the share price but at least people can be aware of the 'influence' some posters are trying to exert on the SYM thread. There appear to be two camps 1.Those that question the absence of progress and some of the curious goings on at board level such as loans etc. 2.Those that defend the board at all costs and appear oblivious to any shortcomings. It is the eagerness of those in the second camp to try and undermine those in the first that leaves a bad taste in the mouth and concerns about their motivation.
anne69: Begorrah - you are wrong. I have no links or association with the board whatsoever and I have never been an employee, board member, customer or supplier. I am simply a shareholder and bought well at around 4p. Whilst I am sitting on a decent profit I want to see much better liqidity otherwise selling will just lead to a fall in the share price. I want to see more people investing - the share price is heavily dependent on supply and demand. Contracts and sales are a critical element here and with a board that seems reluctant to supply the market with sales information, I have tried to provide some information which may be helpful in creating some visibility. You can ignore these if you don't think they are relevant or useful - I am not forcing you to agree and I don't give an opinion on their significance. I am merely trying to establish if Sym has momentum on its side or not. The more Internet traffic maybe the more momentum. I know this is not scientific but best I can do with such little coming out of the company. Ax
robertnash2: DIRECTOR DEALINGS: Symphony International Directors Buy 840,000 Shares Date : 04/09/2014 @ 14:31 Source : Alliance News Stock : Symphony Env. (SYM) Quote : 8.625 0.0 (0.00%) @ 14:02 HOME » LSE » LSE » Symphony Environmental share price DIRECTOR DEALINGS: Symphony International Directors Buy 840,000 Shares
totally banjo: I missed the official press release announcing the new website which is more of an updated website rather than new to be fair but welcome all the same: SYMPHONY ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES PLC LAUNCHES A NEW WEBSITE 2nd July 2013 Symphony Environmental Technologies Plc, the specialists in advanced environmental technologies, today launched their new website at This new interactive website allows the user to engage with the company through blogs and social media. The new eye-catching website divides into sections for each of Symphony's products, which can now be accessed from one central location and is intended to meet the needs of all stakeholders. Symphony plans to keep the website updated daily to inform stakeholders of news and events not only from the company, but also from the industry worldwide. The website offers something for users of all ages and all levels of expertise. Being able to follow Symphony on the website as well as on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube gives the user the most up-to-date global news, highlights, and latest share price on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange. The newly developed navigation tools and a comprehensive sitemap afford the ultimate 'online' experience which, when coupled with valuable content, and the chance to engage with other users through Symphony's online blog, creates a website which users will want to visit again and again. For more information please visit Follow us on Twitter: Like our Facebook page: Notes to Editors: Symphony Environmental has a portfolio of innovative technologies that have many applications in the healthcare and environmental sectors. The Group operates four distinct business areas: degradable plastics, (d2w); anti-fungal and anti-bacterial plastics (d2p); anti-counterfeiting technologies (d2t); and tyre recycling (w2v). The Group has established a strong network of 76 distributors covering 97 countries,particularly in the developing world where regulatory changes are driving the market for its d2w degradable plastics product. As a result of its global outreach and the breadth of applications that the technologies address, Symphony has a broad customer base including many household names such as Volkswagen, Vodafone, NH Hotels, LiDL,McDonalds and npower. The Symphony Board is well positioned to identify and develop other technologies, given its established network of distributors that would be leveraged to market other technologies. The Board anticipates that future growth will be driven organically by the existing business, as well as through possible acquisitions and new technologies. -Ends
dutch123: it seems Sym have produced a new product called D2N (DOWN 2 NOTHING) it has a distinct effect on Sym share price and it has been tested with great effect over the last 17yrs with just a few hiccups when the share price rose but we soon got the balence right and now we have the ability to completely destroy it and will do...
equity0: goliard - that is indeed what is being discussed. Although robertnash2 does not answer specifically, it looks pretty certain that at its very best the tyre project a) is not going to bring any returns to SYM for some years and b) it is going to cost real money for the next development stage - and it is uncertain how much and whether this is something SYM can afford. None of this is a desire to be negative - it is simply the reality of what is emerging. I am not at all surprised but it should be a reminder to the diehard Laurier supporters that UHPW remains way beyond the horizon in terms of the SYM share price.
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