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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 9.50 73,290 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
9.00 10.00 9.50 9.50 9.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 12
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:57:21 O 4,900 9.00 GBX

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Abingdon Health Daily Update: Abingdon Health Plc is listed in the Health Care Equipment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ABDX. The last closing price for Abingdon Health was 9.50p.
Abingdon Health Plc has a 4 week average price of 9.50p and a 12 week average price of 9.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 85.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 7.25p.
There are currently 121,699,144 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 203,193 shares. The market capitalisation of Abingdon Health Plc is £11,561,418.68.
wakeyinvestor: To be fair the reason for the share price drop (Avacta pulling their Omicron test from the market) isn’t their fault. Receipt of money from DHSC and a juicy VATIC contract and we should be back on track. Also not to mention the risk of Omicron subvariants etc.
shallow pockets: It's that kind of bad judgement, Wakeyinvestor, that illustrates why they should have been fired or resigned after such massive share price destruction and loss of shareholder money. But they haven't so the descent continues. All the past and speculative future news Bigjock36 writes constantly about is priced in. Stay short. Target 4p.
shallow pockets: Good day. Rudeness and desperation above is noted and indicative. Today's "good news" and gross revenue therefrom doesn't even pay the monthly wage bill. And with this news, the share price still can't get into the teens, a price level which would have been viewed as catastrophic only 12 months ago. Rallies, even feeble ones like today, are being used to exit stock by larger longs who can see the writing on the wall for this stock. Stay short. Target 4p.
shallow pockets: Bad news. Notwithstanding the wider market interest rate fuelled meltdown (not helpful for any future cash raise), we are hearing rumours that there has been a buyer circling the company over the last few weeks who has now walked away. It explains why the share price has been trying to bounce on this speculation. It's also important to note that the bounce couldn't even get into the teens. We also hear that major shareholders will not subscribe to any further cash raises. It's over. Look out below. This share price is headed towards 4p. Cash burn remains ferocious. Stay short.
bobdown2: A very large sell followed by 2 small buys and the share price is in the top half of the spread. I suggest you look at todays trades to see how a sellers position unwinds. I need 12 pence to be in profit.i have made four trades in three or four days. And today the markets found out that abdx is still working with avacta. A payment from the DHSC could double the share price at these levels. But I think they are drawing the process out to lower the settlement. Still contracts look to be arriving and abdx look to have come through the mess.
bobdown2: Apparently someone bought loads at the very bottom and are taking a quick turn on them. Have they finished though. Who knows but there is now a disconnect between the share price and the companies real value. Production of another companies products starts real revenue streams. And they are more important that a successful punt over a few days. Todays share price action should be informative.
shallow pockets: My goodness. If only it was so easy to be clever, Bigjock36. Everything you read and say is now/was in the market already, and yet here we are, with your "good news" out this morning still at only 12p. Really. Our guess is that the DHSC/Government payout, if and when, will be little more than 50p in the pound on an agreed settlementt basis. To repeat...IF. This may not be properly assessed by the market yet. The Vatic pipeline is clearly hyped...taken a look at Vatic lately? There is little there that can really change Abingdon's fortunes. Any bulls left need to ask, if what they believe is true, why is this share price only minimally above its lows? The answer is: for good reason. The market price is rarely wrong. And those that think they are cleverer than the market and know more that others rarely survive for long either. Stay short or prepare to resell. Target 4p.
shallow pockets: Probably not ramnik007. There is probably some news out soon re the DHSC paying out something, but probably not all, of what it owes. Then what? The operating pathway gets extended but it still leads in one direction....over a cliff. Not least, the share price has only been above fair value (4p) because part of the market had priced in this payment previously. This rally is now soaking up a lot of buying and short covering and has stalled at what was previously considered an impossibly low price of 15p. The next few days will be a classic market example of selling the good news when it is announced. We are in a (long) queue to hammer this stock hard at that time all the way down to 4p as soon as the news is announced. Be ready.
shallow pockets: Tick Tock. Tick Tock....can you hear it? It's every minute that passes as management desperately waits to secure the hoped for overdue payment from the DHSC. Financial accounts are due this month. Without any payment, we expect the share price to hit the 4p level. Should a miracle occur, and the DHSC payout happen, even if it is only in part, any share price bounce is to be sold hard. We cannot discover any plan or products or customers of this company that are going to generate any net revenues that turn it from a constant loss maker to profitable or even breakeven. So the current pathway of capital burn and any extension of it funded by the DHSC still leads in only one direction......straight over the cliff edge into the gorge below.. Prepare to reinstate shorts if given the wonderful chance above 12p
shallow pockets: 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.
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