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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
  0.40 0.64% 62.60 62.70 63.20 63.20 62.00 63.00 1,631,641 16:35:04
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 163.2 18.2 1.4 45.7 338

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19/3/2020
18:26
APH has a Piotroski F-score of 8. No wonder the share price was up 5.76% today. As buyers return to the market the main beneficiaries are going to be quality shares. If only I had some spare cash!
scillyfool
18/3/2020
10:04
please don't ramp here
2vdm
18/3/2020
08:16
Guys check out SNG rns today and you will see this will be a monster
jayminpatel1
18/3/2020
08:15
Welcome back. I don't have much free cash at the moment, but can't help thinking whether this is a buying opportunity. APH is profitable, has reduced debt significantly and at the last report had £29m cash, which should be enough to weather even a long storm. It's products will remain in need, regardless of whether we have Covid 19 virus around or not. Views appreciated.
2vdm
02/3/2020
19:23
Back in today. Been a while!
dround87
29/1/2020
14:58
This was a post last year in Investors Chronicle:

"The only cloud comes from a Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) investigation into the price of one of the medicines Alliance licenses to another company. Alliance denies that it has any involvement in the pricing of prochlorperazine, which generated less than £0.2m of revenue in 2018, so this case shouldn’t cause investors to lose too much sleep. But a clampdown by the CMA on drug price inflation is not good news"

Given that APH's turnover is circa £118 million, it's hardly a major issue, although I understand winning's comment above. My view as a LTH is that if the price takes a hit in the event that the CMA rules against it and institutions dump stock, then it will be a wonderful buying opportunity for the long term. Just my view.

2vdm
23/1/2020
19:06
Thanks Mazarin
2vdm
22/1/2020
09:39
If the 'price fixing' enquiry were out of the way, the share price would have risen
a bit further. I am sitting on my hands waiting for the result of the enquiry.

winnings1
22/1/2020
09:20
The ‘flip side’ is that any hint of bad news and APH plummets like a stone before you can do anything about it. I think it’s the rather unusual profile of the major APH investors. A lot are held by Institutions and family connected Investors. Institutions take time to analyse results before adding, but will ‘drop’ instantly whenever there’s any possible hint of trouble. Regardless of whether the rumour is justified or within ‘the gift’ of the company. I’ve experienced many of examples during my years of holding, the Sanofi Pasteur flood disaster years ago and more recently the ‘price fixing’ enquiry, each took it’s toll on the share price that takes a long time to recover.
mazarin
22/1/2020
09:05
Well I bought another 8K this am first thing and might get some more. All bottom drawer investment for me so can take the long view
2vdm
22/1/2020
08:59
It’s always been the case with APH, even when the news is good. They report increased profit, cash generative growth and the ability to reduce debt. All these are solid factors expected of good management, but the share price hardly moves. However I fully expect it to improve when the news is digested. It’s just slow to respond for some reason.
mazarin
22/1/2020
08:14
Bit surprised the share price hasn't moved yet. Not a stock that will set the world on fire, but with a well managed board, increased profits across all ranges, cash generative and paying down its debt substantially. Great set of results imo.
2vdm
22/1/2020
08:09
Still no word about the investigation into the sale of a licence to a product which resulted in anti-competetive pricing of that product.
winnings1
31/12/2019
10:33
Mark, as one who has been in and out of APH over last 10 years. I understand your sentiment and rationale. Time will tell if its well founded, however when I'm out, I find myself looking to get back in and in the process, have missed a few significant rises. Thanks for sharing.
mazarin
30/12/2019
17:26
I am out.

If the CEO and CFO don't see the case to hold their shares, why should I?

marksp2011
30/12/2019
08:30
Share price looks high considering there is still no certainty in respect of the outcome of the investigation into possible breach of competition rules.
winnings1
29/12/2019
18:45
If the leadership is selling and a major shareholder reducing what is the investment case?

Trailing PE=23 and earnings yield of 4.4%

I am talking myself into selling.

marksp2011
27/12/2019
16:44
We are still awaiting the outcome of the investigation into a suspected breach of competition rules in respect of the sale of one of APH's medicines to a pharma company who multiplied the price of that medicine. Should we not have heard by now, one way or another?
winnings1
27/12/2019
13:20
It has been rising for 4 months
The fall was overdone IMHO

marksp2011
27/12/2019
11:19
Why the sudden surge in price guys? Is this a good time to buy?
saeed45
24/12/2019
12:16
I see another insider has dumped a bucket load of stock and the biggest shareholder has also reduced.

That isn't good news.

marksp2011
23/12/2019
11:44
For a Christmas bonus have a look at PZC, Nick Train announced a small holding, tiny really on the scale of things and it has been motoring ever since
marksp2011
23/12/2019
08:21
Christmas bonus! Still out but good to see this now edging up. Well done everyone.
dround87
20/12/2019
15:01
Positive chart breakout today from a consolidation pattern
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