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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Agronomics Limited LSE:ANIC London Ordinary Share IM00B6QH1J21 ORD 0.0001P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.25 -1.02% 24.25 797,782 15:30:37
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
24.00 24.50 25.00 24.25 25.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology -0.30 -1.25 194
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:08:52 O 60 24.125 GBX

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30/11/2021
08:20
Agronomics Daily Update: Agronomics Limited is listed in the Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ANIC. The last closing price for Agronomics was 24.50p.
Agronomics Limited has a 4 week average price of 22.50p and a 12 week average price of 22.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 41p while the 1 year low share price is currently 7p.
There are currently 799,649,130 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,807,641 shares. The market capitalisation of Agronomics Limited is £193,914,914.03.
14/9/2021
18:52
myn0k: Yes, horror stories seem to be all I can find, save the odd double bagger here or there! That's AIM for you, eh.I guess I'm curious to know how the success of the investees translates into share price influences in suck stocks. If for example two went public and two didn't but became a mainstream in supermarkets... does the profit from those companies guarantee to be shared through share price value here and potentially sky rocket? Or is there the ever present chance of getting rinsed through further dilution? I guess with all things it comes down to: who knows, possibly and risky business. But wondered if anyone had any particular personal major succeses with other such funds. I
01/9/2021
21:00
nickgrant2: And 11p on 30th June. neither anywhere near the current price. TIDMANIC RNS Number : 1460H Agronomics Limited 30 July 2021 This announcement replaces the announcement with RNS number 0945H made at 12.02 today and which was published with the incorrect RNS headline "Net Asset Value calculation to 31 June 2021" whereas the correct headline is "Net Asset Value calculation to 30 June 2021". All other text remains the same. 30 July 2021 Agronomics Limited ("Agronomics" or the "Company") Net Asset Value calculation to 30 June 2021 Agronomics Limited (AIM:ANIC), a leading London listed company in alternative proteins with a focus on cellular agriculture and cultivated meat, announces that its unaudited Net Asset Valuation ("NAV") calculation as at closing on 30 June 2021 was 11.71 pence per share, including un-invested cash of GBP62.4 million. Net Assets stand at GBP93.6 million, including investments of GBP32.5 million. This quarter's NAV per share represents an increase of 88.2% from the previous quarter's NAV of 6.22 pence per share. The share price of 23.7 pence at the 30 June 2021 close represents a premium of 118.8% to the NAV per share. Under IFRS, the Company's unquoted investments are carried at cost or the most recent priced funding round.
30/7/2021
11:08
ashleyjv: Agronomics Limited (AIM:ANIC), a leading London listed company in alternative proteins with a focus on cellular agriculture and cultivated meat, announces that its unaudited Net Asset Valuation ("NAV") calculation as at closing on 30 June 2021 was 11.71 pence per share, including un-invested cash of GBP62.4 million. Net Assets stand at GBP93.6 million, including investments of GBP32.5 million. This quarter's NAV per share represents an increase of 88.2% from the previous quarter's NAV of 6.22 pence per share. The share price of 23.7 pence at the 30 June 2021 close represents a premium of 118.8% to the NAV per share. Under IFRS, the Company's unquoted investments are carried at cost or the most recent priced funding round. Richard Reed, Chairman of Agronomics, commented: - "We are very grateful for the strong support we have received from new and existing shareholders. Our assets have continued to perform well and the broader developments across our holdings in the period have further strengthened our position as the largest listed company focused on the field of cellular agriculture." The highlight for the Company was the successful completion of an over-subscribed fundraise during May 2021, raising net proceeds of GBP62.8 million and issuing in total 297,727,274 new ordinary shares. During April 2021, Solar Foods Oy received a EUR10 million capital loan from the Finnish Climate Fund to build a new demonstration facility in Finland. During April 2021, Legendairy Foods GmbH completed its rebranding to Formo as a consumer-facing brand, at the forefront of the future of cultivated dairy. Formo is the leading European player in the precision fermentation space, focusing on animal-free dairy products. On 13 May 2021, the Company completed a secondary purchase of 117 shares in Meatable B.V., increasing its stake to 5.84% on a fully diluted basis. On 28 May 2021, CellX completed its Seed Funding Round, resulting in the SAFE investment held by the Company converting into 230,681 preferred shares, leading to a 500% uplift in to the $50,000 investment. On 24 June 2021, Agronomics sold its entire holding in Insilico Medicine, Inc, for total proceeds of $669,775, representing an IRR 54%. Insilico Medicine was a legacy portfolio holding, acquired between June 2017 and July 2018. Any fees due to Shellbay Limited will be subject to the audited net asset value of the Company for the 30 June 2021 year-end. Unaudited to 30 June 2021 GBP Fixed Assets Investments 32,504,962 Current Assets Uninvested Cash 62,436,497 Sundry Debtors 428,832 Current Liabilities Trade and Other Creditors (143,336) Future investment commitment (1,592,178) ------------- 93,634,777 Capital and Reserves Share Capital 799 Share Premium 91,458,482 Retained Earnings 2,175,496 ------------- 93,634,777 Shares in Issue 799,606,383 Net Asset Value per 11.71 pence share The quoted investments within the portfolio are valued under IFRS at bid price. Portfolio Details Investments as at 30 June 2021 Value (GBP) % of Total Portfolio Quoted holdings 660,206 2.0% Unquoted holdings 30,252,578 93.1% Committed future investment 1,592,178 4.9% Total 32,504,962 100%
20/7/2021
06:53
nickgrant2: I see the investee companies as all pretty good. Provided the investor agreements allow for commensurate participation in future funding rounds and investor can maintain their stake provided they have the money. The weak link IMO, as mentioned befor, is Agronomics. I am still inspecting the recent fund raising. I read the various discussions earlier in this thread from those who were invested at that point and was wondering if any of you can answer some queries that I have not quite got to the bottom of. 1. The fall in price due to new investment money. Did all investors get a chance to maintain their stake? 2. Was there any conclusion to the discussion about the best broker to buy through to have all options open for future funding exercises? 3. Was this last funding basically a dilution for PIs? Also, regarding the NAV. Isnt it wiser to get rid of the big lump of cash out of the equation by taking it off the share price and then see what the NAV to share price ratio is?
19/6/2021
01:09
mpg: Correct, you don't want to paying over market price - so don't exercise the warrant.Once the share price is above 28.5p there should be a market for the warrant in its own right. You could then sell the warrant and take cash for it rather than exercise it and pay out 28.5p per share.Example: share price 33.5p would make the warrant worth about 5p in the market. Share price then increases about 30% to 43.5p... but the warrant triples in value to 15p (43.5p - 28.5p).Warrants are highly geared... and can of course expire completely worthless if share price is under the warrant price in 2 years time.
05/5/2021
20:15
mwoo: have a look at BlueNalu which is one of the companys that Jim Mellon put our hard earned into....they have just received a huge investment from Japanese Government and Mitsubishi hxxps://www.bluenalu.com/press-room Anic do not have to offically declare that interest to LSE ,( as they have already stated that they are into Bluenalu) but it must impact ANIC share price by the fact that various governments are investing heavily Also have a look on internet ( you have to search hard) but a professional forecaster has said that 100 dollars invested now in Anic could well be worth over 8000 dollars by 2026.
05/5/2021
20:00
3ootuk: Recent articles are 16th April Moneyweek had an article on Moo's Law and the rise of engineered food. Nothing else really apart from the massive expected Oatly valuation which has peaked interest in the sector. That could account for the £xxxx-£xxxxx trades. The £xxx trades are people buying into the risers. Latest nav cannot support this share price alone, so maybe someone is building up a significant stake? Unless you are privy to private funding rounds, Anic is the only way to get exposure to the sector atm. Though does the premium justify it compared to other investments? As a comparison, I'm following Itm fuel cells and their share price is massively above any earnings for the next couple of years. Maybe in 3+ years they can justify the current share price if they expand massively. Same here. You're buying in to the potential in a few years time.
01/4/2021
17:17
mwoo: hxxps://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/investing/video/mellon-s-investment-guide-to-the-new-agrarian-revolution~2171592 the above link is very interesting for ANIC shareholders and having been promoted by Bloomberg just a few hours ago can only help ANIC share price
08/12/2020
11:57
jane deer: 1jbrisky I am invested. The share price has run up recently, maybe following the new fundraising (19 Nov) in Blue Nalu, which would seem to justify a rise in the NAV and the news (2 Dec) that Eat Just (not a ANIC portfolio company) had got the world's first authorisation to sell clean meat in Singapore. Clearly valuing any of the investee companies is (at this stage) finger in the air stuff. If you are uncomfortable with the current share price, may be wait until a future placing - then you know at least you are investing at the same price as others (whether it is higher or lower than the current price, only time will tell). I would expect at some stage that there will be future placings in ANIC (and given past track record - at a premium to the then published NAV). Most (if not all) the money raised in October has already been invested in Blue Nalo, Mosa Meat and Solar Foods. ANIC is still probably too small and if ANIC wants to have a meaningful effect on the development of clean meat, then it will have to make more investments.
27/8/2019
14:54
mam fach: Good news from BlueNalu must already be factored into ANIC share price.
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