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
  0.50 0.47% 107.00 105.00 109.00 107.00 106.50 106.50 12,327 09:32:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 13.0 -23.1 -8.4 - 232

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30/9/2019
16:05
They've just been released, kfp. After the market closed at 4:30pm! Unusual! Not that these interim results mean much because "new" AMYT is a completely different animal to the "old" AMYT for which these results refer. There were just 10 trades today. All small sells.
papillon
30/9/2019
07:30
Anyone know next results date ? I thought it was today ?
kfp
27/9/2019
17:39
Two big trades from yesterday and reported after the market closed today. One for 50k shares @ 133p (£66.5k) and timed @ 11:34:48 yesterday and the next for 65k shares @ 134p (£87.1k) and timed @ 11:35:25 yesterday. The lse web site has the first trade as unknown and the second as a buy based on today's closing price spread (131-135p). Looking at the trades timed between 11am and 1:45pm yesterday and reported then they were all sells (3 in total) and the selling price in every case was 132p (the quoted spread then was 131-135p). Hence I feel it's safe to assume that both of these large trades yesterday whose reporting was delayed until after market close today were, in fact, buys. The share price has been going sideways all week. I'm expecting a further rise in the share price and soon.
papillon
26/9/2019
15:37
Hi all, posting a bit late, but here's a video covering yesterdays announcement with the CEO Joe Wiley. Also a bit more about the business. hTTps://youtu.be/c3pFhv6W2IU
macc1
26/9/2019
14:56
Okay, sidam. I believe you. Ignore my post last night. I have no idea whether AP101 will be successful, or not, sidam. Like mdalos I originally bought shares in FAST at just over 2p back in early 2015 (there has been a 1 for 8 and a further I for 6 consolidation since then so the equivalent share price today would be just over 2p x 8 x 6 = 96p, say £1). I had a bad experience with a biotech over 15 years ago (Xenova : XEN) so I've always steered well clear of them. However I stuck with AMYT following the RTO back in 2016 and even added in my own small way before dumping most of my AMYT shares early this year following the AP101 trial news, keeping just a token few hundred pounds worth. I made next to nothing in the way of profit. I then bought back in so I ended up with around £2.8k's worth, just prior to the May suspension, thinking that the company was cheap considering it still had the growing Lojuxta revenue and the possibility of a big winner in AP101, plus AP103. With the benefit of hindsight I'm glad I did buy back in though I did have initial misgivings about the Aegerion RTO which I don't believe any poster on this bb could ever have anticipated. I'm hopeful, bearing in mind the proposed Nasdaq listing and the contents of the Mark Taub article, that the AMYT share price could be above £2 by the time the result of the AP101 Phase III trial is known (fingers crossed). Obviously the AP101 result will have an effect on the AMYT sp, but nowhere near to the same effect it would have had on the "OLD" AMYT share price PS The good news is the new AMYT share price hasn't collapsed after the CVR's are no longer available to the buyer, which I had thought possible. I believe mdalos thought the share price would collapse.
papillon
26/9/2019
13:30
Papillon I assure you that I was not taking the pxxx. I am studying French in my old age so it came naturally. No other comment required. If you go back to a very early post of mine, you will see that on a DCF basis I thought AP101 could be conservatively valued at £500m. Caveat it got approval. So I hope we both make loads of lolly.
sidam
26/9/2019
10:54
I know that papillon is French for butterfly, sidam and I remember the early 70's film of that name well. However I'm convinced you were taking the p*ss by calling me butterfly instead of papillon. Still it's not important.
papillon
25/9/2019
21:49
Papillon please except my humble apologies, if my French translation has upset you so much. Given that a really well known actor played the part I thought you might have taken it as a compliment.
sidam
25/9/2019
19:03
"Did they mean that you had to be on the register, but could have sold early in the day." you must have held the stock at close of Friday.
delta0091
25/9/2019
17:40
Maybe cagey is the wrong word, I meant he looked like he knew something he was uncomfortable sharing, in a positive sense
alphabravo321
25/9/2019
17:36
Good interview, thanks for the link Bermudashorts. alphabravo - I don't think his answer on nasdaq was cagey. He didn't answer "yes ... part of short term plans" to the nasdaq question which would have been the simple answer if true. He answered "a US listing" "part of short term plans" therefore he has kept the options open for himself which is sensible.
bageo
25/9/2019
17:32
Surely it depends on what your dealing terms are - T20, T2 or something else. When you are registered as the owner rather than the transaction date is the critical one. This is consistent with documentation and xd dates or similar from other companies.
bageo
25/9/2019
16:11
Delta Thanks for that maybe it is semantics, but the company said that you must hold the shares at close of play on Friday to get the CVRs. Did they mean that you had to be on the register, but could have sold early in the day. Normally, I would have expected that the buyer could claim the CVRs. However, I called the nomad and he said that the registrars took a copy of the register in the evening and those on it get the CVRs and buyers can’t claim them. So butterfly’s enemy seems to be much cleverer than the rest of us. I am going to make an official complaint as that is not correct by precedent.
sidam
25/9/2019
15:26
What happens if your stock is held in a SIPP? Do you still get CVRs. I've held these for a year or so now
volsung
25/9/2019
15:25
sp has held up well today.
papillon
25/9/2019
15:25
Thanks for clarifying that with Amryt, delta.
papillon
25/9/2019
13:42
sidam the crux of it all is simple... anyone who sold on friday or before will not be entitled to any CVRs if they are issued. Even if they do get them they will be reclaimed back, as they aren't legally entitled to them. There isn't really anything complicated about it. ps i rang AMRYT and they confirmed what i have said. You must have held the stock by close of play Friday to be legally entitled to any distribution of CVR (if such a distribution is made).
delta0091
25/9/2019
10:05
Got a shock this morning when I opened my SIPP and saw prices were not available for AMYT. Is this a day long thing?
volsung
25/9/2019
09:49
He was very cagey about Nasdaq, must be close
alphabravo321
25/9/2019
09:19
New interview with Jo Wiley below Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDRH35338W4
bermudashorts
25/9/2019
04:08
There you go again Papillon telling people yet again about your little top ups and when and at what price. You just repeat yourself. We don’t care what you do but you seem to think we really do. Do you think that we see you as a share guru? Papillon did this and that oh let’s copy him because after all he is the font of all share knowledge.
positivitynicholas
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