Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Taihua LSE:TAIH London Ordinary Share GB00B1GC5F60 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.025p +292.86% 1.375p 1.00p 1.75p 1.875p 0.35p 0.35p 2,390,129 15:27:43
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 357.7 -315.3 -391.9 - 1.44

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27/3/201112:49TAIHUA: Chinese biopharmaceutical - new to AIM1,399.00
10/9/201009:37SACK THE BOARD2.00
10/3/200910:24Taihua - Its a ramp - Its a ramp - Avoid !!!!!!!!!??????78.00
18/1/200913:51Taihua - Avoid Avoid Avoid ????????????75.00

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Taihua Daily Update: Taihua is listed in the Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TAIH. The last closing price for Taihua was 0.35p.
Taihua has a 4 week average price of 0.33p and a 12 week average price of 0.33p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.33p.
There are currently 104,648,642 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 320,971 shares. The market capitalisation of Taihua is £1,438,918.83.
davydoo: I am amazed the share price has not fallen today. The non exec Chairman, and crucial link to the business in China has just sold his entire holding at a huge loss!
duplicate book: Agree oxtail....also get the average share price down over a given period to make any share buy back price cheaper too! Happy New Year!
davydoo: That was the extent of our discussion on that subject. I don't wish to put words in his mouth, but my assumption is that like the announcement of a discounted rights issue, when we might expect to see the share price find some equilibrium between the previous price and the discounted price, (depending on the % being issued) that a premium price issue like this, would also find a similar middle price. Instead the market moved to the premium price, and briefly made what was a premium price, a discounted price on the final days of applications. However, I believe that was because I, and perhaps others, were buying. As volume is typically low, any trades can move this price.
davydoo: I hope it isn't a legal obligation. I don't want any company to feel obliged to buy its own stock if it determines it is no longer in the best interest of all shareholders. Admittedly it would take a brave (stupid?) CEO to imply their stock is overvalued, but surely it needs to be allowed in law. Even, if it is just to recognise that the share price is now 'fair' and that therefore if a prior discount has how vanished, growth projects should now take preference. I actually spoke to the Chairman after the buyback announcement, as I was buying a lot then. He was surprised at market reaction (i'm not sure why) so it's not inconceivable they might now stop a buyback. Any arguments about holders wanting out fall a little flat for me, since we've clearly had an aggressive buyer in the market paying way more than the price when the buyback announcement was made. Ultimately its an issue of communication, and once again that has been pants.
duplicate book: Its a shame our buyer is being fed! Imagine what the share price would be if there was not a willing seller......
duplicate book: Can anybody here post the limits available please? It is very clear that there is some sort of 'pre organised' arrangement going on here with these block trades occuring almost daily now. It would be interesting to see if there were a few ordinary buys went through, if there was any impact on the share price? It seems to me that these matched buys/sells are keeping the shareprice at this current level. Very contrived l would say!
duplicate book: Definitely something going on here with these trades. Somebody dropping almost 1 million in the last few trading sessions, being snapped up at under 3p. If it is the Company buying, then who is supplying them at under the recent open offer price? MM's are keeping the ask low too, inspite of the buying. If it is the company, then they are likely to pick up their 8 million odd shares for peanuts, and it isnt going to have any beneficial impact on the share price at all!
duplicate book: Surely it will be a Tender offer to buy those shares? The thing which confuses me somewhat is that there is no timescale as to when the buyback is to take place, and over what period of time. If they are to pay no more than 105% of the average price over so many days, what is to stop them making the offer straight after the 19th September, and if the share price is still going to be around the 2.5p mark, they could get them for around 3p. Am l right in that assumption?
lyonst5: Afternoon, Yes its not me. So it will be interesting to see how this whole offer thing plays out, and with the buybacks as well. Hopefully now with the three directors with substantial holdings there will be a keen interest to turn the company around pretty quickly. P.S. £500k of buy backs could a have serious have effect on the share price if the larger holders stay on board, as the money on the table for the buybacks exceedes the amount of money needed to buy all the current free of free float of shares that the sub 3% holders have at the current share price.
edmundshaw: I don't see anything wrong with the offer. If shareholders want to buy more shares they can also buy on the open market or at 3p. Meanwhile Taihua gets over £200k in cash, probably over £400k, and though it is a dilution, something had to be done to lift the share price. With any luck, dilution will be small as the company trades shares from the open market purchases with shares from the underwritten offer. Good to see some positive action from the company. If Tao can act in this, hopefully he can also act effectively on the business side too. An injection of cash into business development is what the company needs, rather than hoarding the stuff (though I know some hoarding is necessary in China given the banking system there). Maybe this new broom will sweep away old and somewhat ineffective strategies. On chinese companies in general, a good number listed on AIM have been, in my view, criminally badly run or outright frauds. But most of the actual frauds appeared after Taihua listed I think, so hopefully this has been and can remain one of the honest (if poorly managed) ones.
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