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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% 105.00 103.00 107.00 106.50 105.00 106.50 469 08:00:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 13.0 -23.1 -8.4 - 162

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20/9/2019
10:55
So the AMRYT share price drops 9p today which I assume is the price the markets give to the CVR's. Not a bad option strategy - pay 9p for a payout that could be up to £1.22 if all conditions are met in a few years time.
dlm2602
19/9/2019
16:55
Wonder whether we have Corporation Street or Deadenders? It’s all a little familiar with the Rogues & Rascals!!
bazworth
19/9/2019
13:57
All resolutions passed at Court Meeting and General Meeting:- Https://www.investegate.co.uk/amryt-pharma-plc--amyt-/rns/results-of-court-meeting-and-general-meeting/201909191330589994M/
bermudashorts
19/9/2019
12:20
papy, you are bang on about him. i read his previous bull on MIRL (before he deleted them after the arbitration result rns) and how he tried to make out as if he knew exactly why they were in trouble and hence the arbitration - that they would definitely lose. Turned out to be complete b/s. He's Walter Mitty personified.
delta0091
19/9/2019
12:10
mdalos is also a liar, delta. He's also NOT a man of his word, delta, because he stated categorically when the share price hit 133p he was off! He said he was selling his AMYT shares (if he ever had any) at 133p and we would NEVER hear from him again on this bb! Yet still he posts this morning. He's a congenital liar who tries to cover up his tracks by deleting his posts soon after. PS medicman. I expect a further share price rise tomorrow as last minute buyers rush to obtain the CVR's before Friday's close. Cathal Friel reckons the Nasdaq listing will take place in November. I believe that after the 20th September deadline for the CVR's has passed that there will be profit taking and a lack of buyers, but that will prove temporary because as Mark Taub stated in his article AMYT will still be very undervalued compared to it's peer group on Nasdaq based solely on the current revenue and growth prospects for Juxtapid/Lojuxta & Myalept. I don't tip shares so what you do is entirely your decision.
papillon
19/9/2019
11:47
mdalos119 Sep '19 - 09:00 - 4928 of 4930 0 0 0 Have you understood the schedule of events unfolding from 9am today and by approx. Tues 24th Sep ? Do you know what it might lead to ? ######### has he also been given the reason why the same poster pretending to be a know it all deletes all his previous comments, over 1500 of them, instead of standing by them so that they are open to scrutiny .... hence showing to one and all what cowardly hypocrite he is ?
delta0091
19/9/2019
11:43
papy, every stock whether on SETSmm or SETS has market makers operating. Level 2 will show them with their quotes
delta0091
19/9/2019
11:41
Depends on how much you think the CVR's could be worth, medicman. If you listen to the company up to US$1.48 per share in the future dependent on the success, or otherwise, of AP101, or if you listen to mdalos a maximum of 13p! I expect a pullback after the 20th September when the CVR's are no longer available to new buyers, but that's just my opinion. How far that pullback on likely profit taking will go I have no idea. It could be 10p, it could be 20p? That pullback could be very temporary seeing that a Nasdaq listing is promised in Q4 2019. That could lead to a re-rating upwards in the share price.
papillon
19/9/2019
08:21
would I be completely mad to buy up more Amryt shares at this point in time? I guess there is no consensus share price .
medicman1
18/9/2019
23:04
Which, delta is why I also said "HOWEVER it's been the norm recently for very large trades that their reporting is often delayed by a day because of their size so it's possible that large trades (including buys) have gone through this afternoon, but we possibly wont know until tomorrow." If large buy trades are being "worked in the market" today then they wont be reported until they are completed. Probably tomorrow However are the MM's involved at all? After all AMYT is a SETSqx traded stock.
papillon
18/9/2019
22:44
papy, US investors would've issued working orders for the MMs to fulfill and various prices - MMs would up the price gradually to attract sellers, and will keep doing until order/s is/are filled. That's how biggish buyers / sellers fill their trades when it's more than NMS.
delta0091
18/9/2019
20:57
mdalos deletes every one of his posts within a day, or two, delta, so he hasn't done it all in one go. Deleting his posts is a continuous process for mdalos. He did the same when he used to post as pottermagic. To the best of my knowledge no other poster on ADVFN does the same as mdalos. "notice it picked up at appx US market opening ? US buyers pre-nasdaq listing" An unlikely explanation, delta, on the trade evidence available today. There were only two trades over 10k of shares recorded after 2pm and the largest of those two trades was a buy @ 130p from earlier in the day (timed @ 11.08am, but reported after 4pm and shown as a sell on ADVFN as the price was higher by then) for 25k of shares for a cost of £32.5k. The other trade was a buy @ 2.59pm for 14,661 shares at above the asking price @ 133p (cost £19.5K). HOWEVER it's been the norm recently for very large trades that their reporting is often delayed by a day because of their size so it's possible that large trades (including buys) have gone through this afternoon, but we possibly wont know until tomorrow. PS mdalos said his target for selling was 133p. There was a sell of 1k of shares @ 137.1p @ 4:19pm.. Could that have been mdalos selling all his shares? LOL
papillon
18/9/2019
20:08
Yep delata, i had the same thought regarding US opening and trading
digadee
18/9/2019
19:34
this mdalos1 poster. He has gone through his 1500+ posts and deleted the contents. Wonder how long that took ?
delta0091
18/9/2019
19:12
notice it picked up at appx US market opening ? US buyers pre-nasdaq listing
delta0091
18/9/2019
17:10
If only we could foretell the future, waterloo, but Bronxville makes a very good point on the lse bb: Bronxville Posts: 1,190 Price: 133.50 No Opinion Volume Today 16:02 Its going to be very interesting when volume starts kicking in here.. With the new money coming in AMYT will be in a good position to bid for FDA approved drugs for the European market
papillon
18/9/2019
16:34
As expected. Question is the CVR value as one would expect it to fall next week by a similar amount. Next 'wave' on Nasdaq?
waterloo01
18/9/2019
12:50
I see you've also posted this information, Kenwrong, on the lse bb and radar has replied thus: radar Posts: 2,973 Price: 130.00 No Opinion RE: Open Orphan to go the same way as Amryt? Today 08:22 Your question makes no sense the share price increase in amyt is for the most part a product of consolidation and not a value increase at this time. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> As usual radar is completely WRONG!! He really is a DOPE. He's obviously INNUMERATE. For radar's information AMYT was suspended back in May at 12.25p. CONSOLIDATION ONLY RAISED that to 73.5p. The current AMYT share price is 130p!!!!!! SO, radar, the AMYT share price has INCREASED BY 77% SINCE CONSOLIDATION. Unfortunately radar is a PEDLAR of FAKE news He obviously doesn't believe in FACTS!!!
papillon
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