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ABDX Abingdon Health Plc

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Last Updated: 01:00:00
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Abingdon Health Plc LSE:ABDX London Ordinary Share GB00BLF79J41 ORD 0.025P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 11.00 10.50 11.50 11.00 11.00 11.00 39,816 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Chemicals & Chem Preps, Nec 4.05M -3.45M -0.0284 -3.87 13.39M
Abingdon Health Plc is listed in the Chemicals & Chem Preps sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ABDX. The last closing price for Abingdon Health was 11p. Over the last year, Abingdon Health shares have traded in a share price range of 6.75p to 18.00p.

Abingdon Health currently has 121,716,822 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Abingdon Health is £13.39 million. Abingdon Health has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -3.87.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/1/2022
09:54
Where are the 'red wall' Tory Mps on this scandal? Is Boris throwing Northern manufacturers (and jobs) to the wolves for his Chinese connections?
cumnor
01/1/2022
09:23
This will have been the reason the new governance framework was introduced. The Government need to evidence a fair and transparent selection process.

Requirements -> Response -> Scoring of Supplier Responses -> Contracts Awarded.

Should get the approvals next week.

Pleased this issue is getting MSM exposure at last. (this Chinese test mystery has been around for months, the sceptic in me says its being conveniently reported now, just before the timely resolution is announced; UK Approvals).

AIMHO

david gruen
01/1/2022
07:03
...

UK shelves plans to manufacture lateral flow tests amid fears over 'chumocracy' legal challenge



The British Government could be facing calls to explain the 'baffling' decision to rely on securing Chinese-made testing kits

By
Henry Bodkin, SENIOR REPORTER
31 December 2021 • 9:38pm





Plans to manufacture lateral flow tests in the UK were shelved amid fears of legal challenges over the Government’s alleged “chumocracy”, it has been claimed.

In the early months of 2021, ministers called a halt to months of work with British companies that had been intended to establish an onshore manufacturing capability for the rapid Covid tests.

The result has left the UK relying on securing Chinese-made kits, with the devices currently unavailable in many parts of the country.

The shortage threatens to prevent people returning to work next week, and to hamper efforts to clamp down on the spread of omicron.

On Friday, figures in the diagnostics industry pointed to a slew of legal actions against Boris Johnson’s Government by the Good Law Project to explain the “baffling” decision not to build manufacturing capability in the UK.


cont (subscription required).....

timbo003
31/12/2021
10:18
If the Dolts in charge of this and ODX can't jump on the testing bandwagon now then they are not fit to be running anything. The success of these companies has more to do with politics-BJs UK Science agenda and all that. If the CEOs haven't been on the phone to local MPs and relevant ministers and the press and the SNP (they are usually quite good at making noise, esp if they suspect Tory contacts maybe getting bungs from Chinese connections to take billions of LFTs into the UK)then they should be running the local CO-Ops where they live instead and let people in who can save their employees' jobs.
cumnor
31/12/2021
09:46
If you feel it's coming...get a box of tissues.......
badger60
30/12/2021
20:10
Been a while with no substantial news here I feel it's coming. Also this is certainly a good bet given test shortages ATM :) I've added a few today and yesterday. Still holding about £30k with an average of 50's but my overall average is now 37p :):):)
g2theary
30/12/2021
20:08
Ha! What a bent badger ?
g2theary
30/12/2021
13:21
This share price is stalled Bojo n co have betrayed British diagnostic companies 🥵🥵🥵🥵
global_specials_real_dad
30/12/2021
13:18
Hello everyone
global_specials_real_dad
30/12/2021
13:13
Thats a lot of tests

"Health Secretary Sajid Javid says the government will triple the supply of lateral flow tests to 300 million per month by February, but added that as current shortages persist "we expect to need to constrain the system at certain points over the next two weeks".

riddlerone
30/12/2021
09:45
Bye bye.....
badger60
30/12/2021
08:22
BUY BUY BUY ;)
g2theary
29/12/2021
23:53
https://apple.news/A8SuokS9VTm6pnsf5mi6qfAIt's laughable isn't it ... they could used comics like this ??
g2theary
29/12/2021
19:59
Does the taxpayer foot the bill for all these tests?
cottlet
29/12/2021
16:56
Please stop this self serving nonsense. There isn't an LFT rapid antigen test manufactured by Abingdon or originated in the UK that the UKHSA could buy even if it wanted to, and it doesn't yet. It's why the UKHSA announced a tender for another 800mln of Chinese tests to be supplied, commencing January. Note: Chinese. Abingdon has no volume manufacturing contract for any LFT rapid antigen tests; Omega look better positioned to stay afloat longer albeit both will continue to diminish in value, true to trend. Stay short. Price target is 18p.
shallow pockets
29/12/2021
16:26
90p early next year as in the 1st week ;););)
g2theary
29/12/2021
13:02
UK Gov looking for an LFT supplier! Not long now.
david gruen
29/12/2021
11:18
This will hit 40p very shortly :););):);)
g2theary
29/12/2021
10:31
Pharmacists are warning of patchy supplies of rapid Covid tests following changes to self-isolation rules.

Free-to-order rapid tests are seen as a crucial way to keep safe as Covid cases surge. Countries like the US have scrambled to follow the UK's lead in providing mass lateral flow tests free of charge

megsta
22/12/2021
15:53
yes ...around midday i think (II)
jaf111
22/12/2021
14:09
Nothing on HL.
david gruen
22/12/2021
14:08
Anyone got their placing shares yet?
guy gibson
22/12/2021
13:47
This is all nonsense and drivel chat by those already long and talking their books, sorry to say. Lots of other tests have also got CE mark self test approval, and several of the others have secure market share, of which Avacta has none. It's unlikely to gain any either, as it lacks UKHSA integrity and PD evaluation. Not least it can't compete with the Acon's and Healgens on price. Calm down and see Abingdon for what it is: a company that built the house highly capital intensively and expected the customers to come. They haven't. They won't. This stock is on a death spiral to receivership or such a low price to book value (my guess is low teens) that someone picks up the assets cheaply. Short.
shallow pockets
22/12/2021
12:39
Needs an eod close above 33.9 to confirm the double Bottom
Target price 39.0

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