Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Xaar LSE:XAR London Ordinary Share GB0001570810 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -6.25p -1.51% 407.25p 401.25p 407.00p 410.50p 407.25p 410.50p 44,482.00 16:35:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 93.5 13.6 16.6 24.5 316.05

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13/1/2017
10:59
Yes the management seem clueless as to shareholder value/shareholder concerns. They missed a trick by not keeping some back from the China boom-there are all sorts of ways of doing this! Seems almost ex growth now-shame.
meijiman
13/1/2017
09:58
lets hope a takeover comes quickly to put shareholders out of their misery. one would have expected with the advent of improving conditions in China that this stock would have been quick to recapture £5.... sadly not.
stoxx67
11/1/2017
08:28
Thats a good point, but this will have a number of foreign companies keeping an ever closer eye on them in any case given how cheap they are in currency terms, it really is only a matter of time.
my retirement fund
11/1/2017
08:17
WOW, that's the biggest RNSNON i've seen.
hyper al
11/1/2017
07:16
News - it may only be an RNSNON because it's financially non-specific, but the strategic implications of a tie-up with the mighty Xerox are surely enormous. Could it eventually lead to Xerox swallowing XAR whole? Http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/XAR/13091544.html "XAAR SIGNS INKJET PRINTHEAD PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT WITH XEROX Xaar ("Xaar, "the Group" or "the Company"), the leader in industrial inkjet technology headquartered in Cambridge, UK, has signed an agreement with Xerox Corporation to partner in bulk piezoelectric (piezo) inkjet printheads. This partnership capitalises on each company's considerable expertise in bulk piezo printhead development, will deliver substantial benefits to the market through leveraging both companies' market-leading technology, and enables Xaar to bring to customers a broader range of bulk piezo printheads. "Continued investment in technology and product development, together with strategic partnerships, are key elements of our 2020 vision," said Doug Edwards, Xaar CEO."
rivaldo
15/12/2016
15:41
Given the stock crash from over a fiver to multi year lows yet they've come out and stated that earnings will be meeting forecasts I'd say it was pretty good!
my retirement fund
15/12/2016
14:53
It means no growt the last 12 months nothing to be pleased with.
ocso1979
15/12/2016
11:48
Well very pleased with that update.
my retirement fund
15/12/2016
08:43
or maybe not....
stoxx67
14/12/2016
09:24
market certainly seems to be pricing in something positive for tomorrow , over the last few days.
stoxx67
12/12/2016
10:45
Xaar has been missing out target markets against competition. It's a new things for them.
ocso1979
12/12/2016
10:27
Perhaps there is an interested party sniffing but no one the wiser due to non disclosure etc - it seems every other day a British company is being taken out. Sterling is cheap as chips to most developed countries, especially the US and Japan. I see its E2V's turn this morning.
my retirement fund
12/12/2016
10:05
no sure i see the logic in that statement... but i do sincerely hope it is...
stoxx67
12/12/2016
09:50
last year trading statement was 13 January so now brought forward a whole month ! Must be good news ??
9degrees
22/11/2016
15:28
This is looking like a death spiral -a rudderless ship heading for the rocks. Time for the ceo to get off the sun lounger I think.
meijiman
22/11/2016
14:00
FWIW My view of XAAR is that the story of the firm has changed fundamentally. I've had colleagues leave to join XAR in the past and it was focussed on its technological advantages, regardless of the extreme lumpiness of the results. It had a clear and impressive culture. A bought in general purpose manager creates far too much risk for me (might sell the company I suppose, but it ain't no ARM) so I bailed out about a year ago. I am very risk averse when the story changes, so my reaction assumes the worst. I think it is a shame. Always look outside a company not inside can be a dreadfully destructive policy (e.g. ARM!) Anyway. GLA, I hope I'm wrong. apad
apad
22/11/2016
13:14
Just for clarification, Doug Edwards joined as CEO on 05 Jan last year. Why hasn't there been a Trading Statement...there was one on 04 Nov last year? The lack of one may account for some of this continuing weakness. I should have sold out on 31 Oct when I first noted there seemed to be a problem.
nasdaqpat
21/11/2016
22:41
That is not good at all.
ocso1979
21/11/2016
22:02
Yes Butthead turned him down -chortle..
meijiman
21/11/2016
21:12
I would say cfo is leaving cos he didn't get chosen to be CEO judging by the timing.
tonsil
21/11/2016
21:09
Following an extensive international search process, the Company is pleased to announce that Dr Doug Edwards will join the Board as Chief Executive Officer with immediate effect. Doug joins the Company from Kodak (Eastman Kodak Company) where most recently he was President, Digital Printing and Enterprise and has been a member of the Executive Board since 2006. He started his career in the UK in a variety of technical roles with Ilford Limited, ICI, Zeneca and International Paper before moving to the US 14 years ago with Kodak Polychrome Graphics (a joint venture company between Sun Chemical Corporation and Kodak). Doug holds a BSc in Chemistry and a PhD in Conducting Organic Materials from London University.
apad
21/11/2016
18:54
Departure of Alex Bevis, XAR's CFO for last five years, may be unsettling Xar's share price.He is moving next door on the Cambridge Science Park to Frontier Development, a video gaming company with a market cap a fifth of Xar's size. Hardly a reassuring omen for what is supposed to be a high growth company.
bottomfisher
21/11/2016
16:20
Why the big drop on the share price (today and the last month)? Is it too with the change in sentiment with emerging markets (ie China)?
seans66
10/11/2016
08:36
uplift in markets and Xaar dead as a dodo
stoxx67
01/11/2016
12:52
Probably wanted to pay a decent dividend instead of handouts to the board!
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