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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Alliance Pharma Plc LSE:APH London Ordinary Share GB0031030819 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.20 -0.32% 63.00 62.70 63.00 63.20 62.00 63.10 1,466,390 16:35:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 163.2 18.2 1.4 46.0 340

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17/4/2019
12:21
MMs are working very hard today, they are either trying to work orders through or, they need to deliver stuff they have sold and so need to get shares in without the price rising
marksp2011
15/4/2019
16:24
hsduk

No,I don't think so. Looks there is a buyer who is trying to build a stake without moving the price too much. There were a lot of trades today and, so far there has been no sign of the seller who kept dumping sizeable lots - if the overhang has cleared we could get a decent rise but I would prefer something a little slower

Ignore the 300k, it matches another at the same price at the open.

marksp2011
15/4/2019
15:58
Still holding and rising. Looks like alot of stocks rose today. Must be global market conditions related
hsduk101
15/4/2019
15:33
Time to celebrate! Seems we're well and truly back in the game.
dround87
15/4/2019
10:53
writers of prescriptions :)
marksp2011
15/4/2019
10:08
marsp2011, about 'script writers'. How are they involved ?
dogwalker
15/4/2019
10:06
Whoop whoop!
dround87
15/4/2019
08:08
mazarin

INDV has been having issues for a long while. I think this particular event is press driven around the opiod "crisis" in the US. The interesting thing for me is that they are after the manufacturers, wholesalers and now INDV but seem to have missed out the people who actually write the scripts.

This is what comes of politicising the judicial process

marksp2011
14/4/2019
08:39
I’ve been holding APH a long time and overall have always benefited, but I did get back in too early in Sept, believing (then wrongly) the fall had run it’s course. APH is relatively tightly held in the hands of a few big holders committed to the Company so consider a ‘take over’ unlikely. I’ve been monitoring this week’s events at INDV (glad to say at a distance), it’s a classic example of how vulnerable pharma products can be, in the short term.
mazarin
11/4/2019
13:42
80 will be as stubborn as 70 but beyond that I don't see much resistance until the buyers run out imo dyor ofc.
rathean
11/4/2019
08:30
More likely to be a bid target,got 4-5 excellent, top class products-and a basic stable of goods-all selling well but each with big potential-could as easily see 160p on the back of worldwide sales.
cumnor
11/4/2019
07:40
The share price will go well above 80p in the coming months, the fundamentals dictate a target price in region of 80p-90p. IMO.
winnings1
11/4/2019
07:18
there is a 1 M trade reported this morning

No idea if it is a buy or a sell. That could have been in the making for the last month

marksp2011
10/4/2019
08:49
Irish news gives the co a bit of a boost.
My comment about 'big seller' was really aimed at Fund Managers like Neil Woodford whose holdings can be quite substantial, but subject to apparently irrational decision-making due to client withdrawals en masse.
Not saying he was a holder here, but he does have a (mixed) reputation for supporting/investing in biotech/pharma cos.

wetdream
10/4/2019
08:00
Wow! Decent pop at 80 this morning. My cynicism is melting away. GLA.
dround87
10/4/2019
00:46
Hi Maz, I recall similar events to you, after buying in at 20p, selling out at 10p then buying back at 5p... a long time ago now! These daily price gyrations are for traders and short term holders, I do believe that the company will go from strength to strength, albeit not in a straight line though.

I wish you luck with your holding, I believe that recent acquisitions will prove to be well made and make Alliance far more global than in the past.

cisk
09/4/2019
16:48
We all have our reasons for selling, some times to try another sector, other times time to ‘prove you’re simply not wedded’ to a share as I have been guilty of here, however I once sold APH at 64p having bought some at 14p and 26p several years earlier. My latest entry was to buy back in at 83p having seen it tumble from highs of around £1.02p and judged (wrongly) it was time to get back in and now see it’s slowly recovering. APH has had its share of disappointments since I first bought into it 10 years ago. Eg. I recall the Sanofi disaster (floods in Canada) had an immediate and sudden negative effect on APH and took several years for its share price to recover. Recently I was £9k down in just a matter of months, but during my long experience of holding, I believe these events are temporary setbacks and remain confident things will in the long term improve. Ever the optimist
mazarin
09/4/2019
12:25
Imho there's been one big seller around for ages.Hence the depressed share price
wetdream
09/4/2019
12:12
Looks like a big sell went through
Bid dropped 2p on no real trades

Worth checking at 16:35

marksp2011
08/4/2019
13:51
In a roundabout way. If you want the full story I sold on Friday for a smidge under 74 and bought Kape with the proceeds @80p (now up 3.8pc). I unloaded CAML today. Results coming this week. Not hopeful and it's currently sitting high. 18pc in the bank from that. I saw this had dipped so I bought a penny above what I sold it for with my CAML proceeds having seen the 4pc rise earlier in the day. So yeah but it's all good.
dround87
08/4/2019
13:26
dround

You sold out, waited for the price to rise then bought back in?

marksp2011
08/4/2019
13:01
No news is good news, cant see any negatives on broker views. Can anyone tell me what level 2 is saying?
hsduk101
08/4/2019
12:01
Taken the opportunity to jump back on here. Hands up to a bad call. Thought you'd left me behind!
dround87
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