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AQX Aquis Exchange PLC

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29 Nov 2023 - Closed
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aquis Exchange PLC AQSE:AQX Aquis Stock Exchange Ordinary Share GB00BD5JNK30
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 345.00 0.00 16:29:54
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
320.00 390.00 355.00 340.00 345.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- 0 345.00 GBX

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Posted at 29/11/2023 10:07 by likeawalrus
another encouraging RNS but it counts for nothing unless they significantly increase market share
Posted at 18/8/2023 14:23 by pck76
Thanks, good to know there are no major changes in market share. When I have time I'll double check their transaction numbers vs. overall transactions.
Posted at 18/8/2023 08:23 by robsy2
The monthly stats have been reinstated, see link above.

I can see that market share is holding steady at 5% , so no big breakthrough there and overall market trading volumes are down.
Posted at 01/8/2023 23:05 by pck76
Your message is quite timely Robsy as I checked some data this afternoon and did notice the number of transactions has gone down since I had last checked (at some point in 2021). I found it strange as, to me, their pricing structure is so good, usage should only increase over time. I would be interested to know what IR tell you, please share when they respond..
Posted at 01/8/2023 07:01 by robsy2
Hi Maddox
Thanks for your replies by the way . I read them at the time with interest but failed to acknowledge them,apologies.
I am still sat tight here waiting for something to happen ....
I notice that since March 23 they have not issued any monthly stats re market share etc .
I have written to IR asking them what happened. Perhaps they don't read well and they have stopped posting them?
Posted at 18/4/2023 15:27 by maddox
Hiya Robsy,

My understanding of the monthly data reported is that it demonstrates that AQX has the venue providing 'best execution'.

When financial institutions (FIs) want to acquire or sell a stock - they will be buying or selling large tranches of shares. Their shareholdings are large and it thus takes time to complete. Other markets allow 'High Frequency Trading' (HFT) firms to front-run the FI's brokers - they detect the buying and selling - hover-up shares and sell them back - making a turn in the process. This causes the price to move against the FI. Without the parasitic HFTs acting in this way means AQX offers the FIs better prices - i.e. best execution.

However, in periods of high market volatility the HFTs dominate the trading activity - so AQX's market share falls as they don't have the HFTs.

Consolidated Tape: Yes, If EU/UK follow the US model - then AQX will do well. But don't hold your breath.
Posted at 14/4/2023 13:01 by maddox
Hi Robsy,

True, although AQX have been filling-out with new propositions pretty quickly - Dark Market and Auctions, for example.

Nevertheless, your main point is well made. One would think that the HFT parasites in the other markets should be sufficient to drive AQX adoption. If I were running a fund I would be expecting my brokers to be seeking best execution - not providing a free lunch to the HFTs. I don't understand what the brokers get out of the status quo? Perhaps there is a lack of awareness amongst fund managers?

Happy to hear other's thoughts and insights on this.
Posted at 05/4/2023 09:08 by maddox
Hi pck,

It appears that these major banks aren't as quick on the uptake as you would imagine.

However, this is typical, market disrupters take far longer to break through than logic would suggest. There is a natural inertia resisting change; often vested interests in the status quo; and a 'risk-averse business approach' - let others go first to prove the model. This is often referred to as a 'fast-follower strategy' but not particularly fast in my experience.

The positive side of this is that it provides an opportunity for investors. We can see the model working and have time to leverage-up having taken an early stake.

The last results presentation was excellent - there is certainly more than sufficient adoption to conclude that the model is working - with 3 new FIs and others increasing volume. The Technologies Division is really showing its worth in building renewable/recurring revenue. The transformation of the Aquis Stock Exchange (AQSE) is remarkable with 22 IPOs.

So IMHO 2022 has been a pivotal year - in proving the AQX business model.
Posted at 30/3/2023 08:04 by likeawalrus
very good results for 2022 but seems to be unloved (at the moment). share price is very disappointing but that's ok as it gives me an opportunity to park some in my ISA after the 5th at what I see as a very good price
Posted at 21/9/2022 10:30 by robsy2
I've taken up a starter position with 5k worth bought at 400p. Had my eye on this for a while. They seem to be onto something, though I can't say I understand exactly what it is... !!
They have some disruptive tech, are doing well , profitable , challenging the status quo which needs doing , the CEO comes over really well. They are making progress on all fronts yet the share price is where it was in 2020, in fact I notice it is at the IPO level in 2018 when EPS was -17p a share , now they are about +17p a share.
The broker consensus (4 brokers) is BUY with an share price of 885p . My feeling is that it might just go up from here.
Aquis Exchange share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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