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ABDX Abingdon Health Plc

10.75
0.00 (0.00%)
Last Updated: 07:46:18
Delayed by 15 minutes
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% 10.75 10.50 11.00 10.75 10.75 10.75 19,519 07:46:18
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Chemicals & Chem Preps, Nec 4.05M -3.45M -0.0284 -3.79 13.08M
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 10.75p. Over the last year, Abingdon Health shares have traded in a share price range of 6.75p to 14.25p.

Abingdon Health currently has 121,716,822 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Abingdon Health is £13.08 million. Abingdon Health has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -3.79.

Abingdon Health Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/3/2022
09:37
This morning our target of 8p got hit. We are NOT covering our shorts just yet. There is more price downside here, as cash drains daily, no investors are in sight, and the next secular phase of medical/health testing is 6 months or more away. Management seem devoid of ideas or a strategy and no one is accepting responsibility for this share price destruction. Viewing a contested Government debt as an asset could even appear delusional, especially with this Government. Stay short.
shallow pockets
02/3/2022
09:34
that was your 8p share price

Thinking about averaging massively down, but will see what further reaction therre is to the news

D

dennisbergkamp
23/2/2022
16:46
The share price is bouncing today within a trend of lower lows and lower highs. Today's small bounce is NOT noteworthy as today's volume is so low, and thus probably a bounce instigated by the broker. My informants tell me that there is a growing air of desperation within the company and its senior management which own the majority of the stock. Furthermore, there is no apparent interest to invest nor acquire from external players at this time, contrary to the forlorn needs and hopes of Gruen above. The market has taken the view that this company is in as much trouble as Omega. As each day passes, and sticker price shock diminishes, what once looked cheap (e.g 25p) now would be grasped with both hands by incumbent shareholders. Stay short. Target 8p.
shallow pockets
15/2/2022
14:57
Don't hold your breath, Inv. This stock is just not bouncing from its lows. Why would it? Heavy on overhead. Heavy on capex. Starving of both product and income. No investors waiting outside the front door. And Omega's firesale of one of its factories probably values ABDX assets at as little as half of the current value. "Cheap" (based on previous over valuation due to the pandemic) can get cheaper because it wasn't cheap in the first place. Just over valued.

Target is 8p. Stay short. Sell bounces. No good news on the horizon.

shallow pockets
15/2/2022
10:17
Big jump coming. Should hit 20p this week
inv
11/2/2022
12:55
Foe those who still doubt what is unfolding here, cast your eyes across the sector to Omega Diagnostics.



Stay short.

shallow pockets
08/2/2022
15:26
Notice how the bounces from the lows of 15p are weak, uninspiring and keep failing? Each day the degree of shock of being at half the price of only a few weeks ago wears off. Before long, 30p could look exciting, albeit implausible. So expect a price capitulation to occur soon below 12p and possibly to as low as 8p. This will produce a market cap of less than £10mln. The Chinese model of lateral integration of manufacturing, distribution and scientific innovation in this sector has not been followed by almost all of the competitor UK manufacturers. It's not going to get better here until existing shareholders/management look forwards to the real risk of probable liquidation and not backwards to what they were worth once. Only then will they realise that this week's levels will be better than next week's and that something is better than nothing. Stay short.
shallow pockets
02/2/2022
09:55
You've been reading too much Share'no'Prophets!
david gruen
02/2/2022
09:49
So, we are through and beyond our price target of 18 in the death spiral of this share. There is now a phase of shock and awe with the sticker price. Those who have held on despite our warnings now think it's too low to bother selling out, as does management who will resist any new investors at what they consider to be a too low/artificial share price. But the lack of any bounce in the days to come, and the absence of the Board in bringing in new money at the current share price will lead to continued price drift shortly as everyone gets used to the new normal in this hare price valuation. Any new money out there smells blood and death. Their choice is to deal with a liquidator in bankruptcy or to provide a bailout at about 5p. There is unlikely to be any other outcome. New pre-ordered equipment is due to be delivered soon which will further drain existing capital. Hold on tight.
shallow pockets
31/1/2022
08:54
Thanks for your input A
david gruen
26/1/2022
09:37
Another David pump
thehitman1
20/1/2022
11:59
Grow- onSo how many different avatars do you post under then?
badger60
20/1/2022
11:52
ADVFN certainly attracts the great and the good!
david gruen
19/1/2022
12:07
Agreed, why don't you try having a shave and a wash?
david gruen
16/1/2022
16:56
it certainly isnt looking very good here.........
cottlet
16/1/2022
09:55
17 January , this guidance applies to ENGLAND

You can stop self-isolating at the start of day 6 if you get 2 negative rapid lateral flow test results on days 5 and 6 and do not have a temperature. Tests must be at least 24 hours apart. If either test is positive, wait 24 hours before testing again.

david gruen
14/1/2022
10:38
You have to laugh at these dudes blaming the government. Not that long ago the ABDX ODX consortium was in bed with Jim Bethell and shareholder patsies were all applauding his ramping tweets.
mr macgregor
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