Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Xaar Plc 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
  +3.50p +0.87% 407.00p 400.75p 405.00p 407.00p 402.00p 403.75p 37,200.00 16:35:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 93.5 13.6 16.6 24.5 315.86

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21/10/201607:24ALNCXaar CFO Alex Bevis Switches To Frontier Developments
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03/10/201615:33UKREGXaar PLC Total Voting Rights
29/9/201608:25UKREGXaar PLC Board Changes
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26/8/201610:44UKREGXaar PLC Grant of Options
24/8/201611:39ALNCIN THE KNOW: Xaar Results Good But Ceramics Division Disappointing
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Xaar Daily Update: Xaar Plc is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker XAR. The last closing price for Xaar was 403.50p.
Xaar Plc has a 4 week average price of 398.10p and a 12 week average price of 450.34p.
The 1 year high share price is 525.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 357p.
There are currently 77,607,043 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 18,919 shares. The market capitalisation of Xaar Plc is £315,860,665.01.
stoxx67: not a great deal happening to share price though... market is forward looking , hence with China stabilisng, would expect Xaar to begin to re-rate.. happy to stick with the stock for next 12 - 24 months... would be pleasant to see some sign of "life" in the share price though..
lauders: Having no impact on the share price Rivaldo! In fact it is having the opposite effect it would seem. Perhaps they should stop their PR ;-) This BREXIT matter is really taking hold it would seem!
tongosti: Share price not holding above 500p level not a very good omen.
tongosti: It's good the share price pierced through the 500p level. If it is sustained next week, it bodes well
rivaldo: Nigel Thomas' fund has been buying more per Citywire today: Http:// "Xaar excites Thomas Citywire AA-rated growth investment veteran Nigel Thomas has lifted his investment in market-leading industrial printing specialist Xaar (XAR) following a 17% drop in its shares over the last six months. Thomas increased his investment to over 13% of the business worth £45.8 million at a share price of 454p, down from a recent high of 629p in October. The shares are overwhelmingly held in his £4 billion AXA Framlington UK Select Opportunities fund with comparatively tiny numbers held in AAA-rated colleague Henry Lowson’s UK Smaller Companies and Richard Marwood’s Ethical Distribution funds. Xaar spiked spectacularly to above £11 in 2013/14 on booming Chinese demand for its ceramic tile printing, which at the time contributed around 60% of company sales, before returning equally dramatically to earth on the emerging market slowdown. It has since successfully re-orientated its business toward digital and 3D-printing applications. Analysts remain broadly supportive with recent upgrades putting it on a median target of 550p. "
rivaldo: Fair enough. But there's no point in just building up a bigger and bigger cash pile which acts as a drag on the Balance Sheet and on the share price. With £70m cash XAR can afford to make a meaty say £25m-£40m complementary acquisition which would likely heavily enhance earnings, whilst continuing to invest heavily in the future - including its existing 3D printing operations - from existing profits/cash flows.
rivaldo: Dunedin Smaller Companies yesterday stated they are new holders of XAR: Http:// "We introduced four new holdings to the portfolio. Xaar is a leading designer and manufacturer of digital print heads. The business possesses a significant amount of intellectual property and benefits from high barriers to entry. Demand for their products is undergoing structural growth driven by a number of end markets. The timing of the development of these markets is unpredictable leading to lumpiness in profits, but there is a reasonable expectation of growth over the long term. They have two developing technologies both of which could be very significant to the fortunes of the company. Direct to shape printing will allow FMCG brand owners to have much more personalised and rapidly variable packaging. Thin film technology will reduce the costs of digital printing opening a range of new markets to its benefits. The lumpiness of adoption can cause fluctuations in the share price and it was such an event that created the opportunity for us to build an initial position in a company we have followed for some time. " And XAR describe InPrint 2015 as an "overwhelming success": Http:// Interesting excerpt: "​Xaar also sponsored ‘Pushing the Boundaries of Inkjet Applications’, a presentation by Professor Neil Hopkinson, Head of Sheffield University’s Centre for Advanced Additive Manufacturing. The presentation aimed to open delegates’ eyes to additive manufacturing’s role in the commercial production of quality engineering components, as well as volume production of high-quality fast-moving consumer goods. Xaar has been working closely with the University of Sheffield's AdAM Centre and partners, including Unilever and BAE Systems to develop HSS (High Speed Sintering) technology, which is a key driver to growth in the 3D printing industry."
tongosti: Have to say am impressed how the share price has held its ground considering recent vol levels in the wider market
tongosti: Axa reducing their stake explains recent share price weakness then.
rogerbridge: XAR share price has taken a hit from a high level, but now looks very undervalued to me. Taking a long term view, I have bought some for the ISA.
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