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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Amryt Pharma Plc LSE:AMYT London Ordinary Share GB00BKLTQ412 ORD 6P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 203.50 200.00 207.00 203.50 203.50 203.50 282,630 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 49.2 -56.5 -72.8 - 365

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05/9/2019
12:52
There appears to be a big disconnect between the current AMYT share price and the proposed US$60m placing @ 148p scheduled for when the Aegerion takeover is concluded later this month. This 148p proposed placing price is approximately 40% higher than the current share price Something is not right. Either the current share price is undervalued by 40%, or the placing price is overvalued by 40%!! I can't see anyone, apart from the Aegerion bondholders, being prepared to pay 148p for new AMYT shares. Fortunately that US$60m placing @ 148p appears to be supported by those taking part in the placing. However I wonder where the AMYT share price will settle once the placing is out of the way. I suspect closer to the 40% lower current share price pending the proposed listing on Nasdaq. bwtfdik?
papillon
05/9/2019
10:59
LOL, volsung. It is suspended in Dublin, but not London! :-)
papillon
05/9/2019
09:05
Is this share still suspended? Not a lot of movement :)
volsung
04/9/2019
14:36
So Ray Stafford (of Sudocrem fame) and AMYT's proposed new Chairman has forked out £826k on AMYT shares in the recent initial interim placing. Going by this year old article Ray Stafford isn't short of a few quid!! hTTps://bartracapitalproperty.com/bartra-buying-spree-continues-across-dublin/
papillon
03/9/2019
10:53
If AMYT buck the abysmal trend of AIM biotechs I will very pleased, diamondstar. I 'm hopeful they will; I'm backing Ray Stafford & Joe Wiley. Only time will tell whether I'm right, or wrong. You only have to look at the share price performance of FARN, IMM, N4P, SAR and VAL over the years, to name, but a few of a very, very, long list of abysmal long term share price biotech performers to realise that if AMYT come good then they will be an exception. I'd guess that well over 90% of AIM biotechs turn out to be fantasises that lose their long term investors a lot money. In the past I remember high fliers like British Biotech and Xenova, to name, but two who failed to deliver and disappeared without trace. I don't need to read the posts of over optimistic fantasists like, positivityNicholas. It's my money. I'll make my own mind up.
papillon
03/9/2019
10:02
I have had positivityNicholas on filter for ages, diamondstar. I must have high hopes for AMYT in the future because I would have sold my shares when they relisted last week if I hadn't. I can't predict the future. None of us can. I don't believe in blind faith. I'm NO Walter Mitty fantasist. Fingers crossed as always.
papillon
03/9/2019
09:18
Fair comment
positivitynicholas
03/9/2019
08:52
To be fair positivityNicholas - papillon has gotten more positive over the years - maybe some of your ‘positivity217; has rubbed off on him? With regards to his muttering - who has a crystal ball and knows exactly what will happen to Amryt SP? I certainly have been entertained reading what he has to say. Not always in agreement with his views, but everyone has their right to provide their thoughts here.
diamondstar1
03/9/2019
07:41
Papillon you are the most annoying self important person on any board I have read. You invest pennies in a share then spout about day after day just repeating rubbish that you have read. A self indulgent boring person who has nothing else to do. You change your mind about Amrit on a daily basis depending on which way the wind is blowing .... why? Cos you actually have not got a clue
positivitynicholas
02/9/2019
22:13
No it couldn't have been, alphabravo, because the London Stock Exchange official site had today's low as 100p and the closing price @ 106.5p the same as the opening price, so it couldn't have been an ADVFN blip. It's good that price is holding up though.
papillon
02/9/2019
17:15
I think it was an ADVFN blip, the Bid/Ask were upside down
alphabravo321
02/9/2019
17:07
And it bounced back up to close level
papillon
02/9/2019
14:01
Down we go!
papillon
01/9/2019
08:52
https://www.businesspost.ie/business/dublin-drug-companys-value-set-top-e280-million-wake-us-acquisition-451267
alphabravo321
31/8/2019
22:37
I looked at the AMYT web site, mdalos and saw Admission Document 27.08.2019 PART I, PART 11 and PART 111. I did open them and saw the number of pages involved and decided that if I've a week to waste I'd read all of them! :-)
papillon
31/8/2019
20:56
mdalos1 31 Aug '19 - 18:36 - 4785 of 4785 0 0 0 EUREKA !! >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I'm trying to imagine you, mdalos, jumping out of your bath and running down the street stark naked shouting EUREKA, EUREKA!! LOL. So I've finally cracked the conundrum have I, mdalos? I always get there in the end even if it's by a circuitous route.
papillon
31/8/2019
13:44
webpsx. I must admit to being confused by yesterday's holding RNS concerning Amati's shareholding. The previous holdings RNS concerning Amati was issued on the 9/5/2018 and gave their shareholding as 8,500,000 shares (3.09% of shares then in issue). That 8,500,000 shares became 1,416,667 after the 1 for 6 consolidation. Yet yesterday's RNS states that Amati's shareholding is now 2,384,513. The RNS states that's 4.73% of the shares currently in issue and is down from 5.2%. The only explanation that I can come up with that ties in with the RNS's and the figures is that Amati took part in the initial interim placing @ 90p per share and sold some of the shares they bought in that initial interim placing yesterday for a quick 14.4% profit! The two big trades yesterday of 124,166 and 120,000 shares ties in with the reduction in Amati's shareholding from 5.2 to 4.73% as per yesterday's RNS. Unless you can find an RNS, webpsx, that shows that the percentage Amati shareholding increased from 3.09% (as at 9/5/2018) to 5.2% prior to the initial interim placing then I believe my previous assertion that those two big trades yesterday were, in fact, sells by Amati of some of the shares they bought in the initial interim placing. I look forward to your reply, webpsx.
papillon
31/8/2019
12:47
mdalos1 31 Aug '19 - 12:22 - 4782 of 4782 0 0 0 How many Interim Initial Placng shares do you think were issued ? >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> I KNOW how many shares were issued. The information is contained in the RNS's which I have read. It's 4,580,288 (50,383,169 - 45,802,881). There are going to be two interim placings. This was the first. Ray Stafford bought circa 918k of those shares @ 90p for circa £826k. Obviously no other Director, or shareholder with over 3% of the shares, took part in the placing because it would have been mentioned in Tuesday's RNS.
papillon
30/8/2019
22:43
You are correct webpsx. The percentages do tally. Amati AIM VCT are one of a number of institutional investors with more than 3% of the shares in issue. I wonder why Amati AIM VCT are the only ones who have notified AMYT (and then AMYT have issued an RNS) that their percentage holding has decreased in line with the increase of the shares in issue following the interim placing? If those 2 large trades separated by just 22 seconds are NOT both sells (which would explain why the share price never fell after they went through this early afternoon), then what are they? My original theory (which I deleted) was that it was a BED and ISA. The first trade was a sell of 124,166 shares and the second trade, 22 seconds later, of 120,000 shares was a buy back of 120,000 shares for his/her ISA. Both trades were done at the bid price. Hence putting the shares in an ISA meant he/she "lost" 4,166 shares. Is such a high value BED & ISA possible?
papillon
30/8/2019
18:35
The holdings RNS from Amati reflects their reduced percentage holding after today's Interim Initial Placing shares were admitted to trading on AIM. Looking at the percentage changes it looks like the number of shares they are holding is unchanged.
webpax
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