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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
  2.00 0.96% 210.00 206.00 214.00 210.00 210.00 210.00 119,038 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 49.2 -56.5 -72.8 - 333

Amryt Pharma Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/10/2019
16:43
Some big trades today including a large buy (50k @ 115p). Beginning to look like the share price bottomed last week? Possible. Surely we should be getting the Nasdaq listing news soon? Bring it on!
papillon
11/10/2019
12:24
A return to the early Septembers low of circa 103 seems possible in the short term.
papillon
10/10/2019
23:26
Very Sensible post on the lse by gameangler: gameangler Posts: 101 Price: 113.00 No Opinion RE: Thoughts... Today 22:33 Novelion could arrange for Amryt Shares to be placed in the market (unless they have a timing constraint), and the proceeds together with the cash passed to their shareholders. Alternatively there could be, pro rata transfers in specie to Novelion shareholders. The majority of shareholder are funds, so the directors may move with the majority preference. We will have to wait and see. Not withstanding how they dispose of these shares, I wouldn't follow Amryt share price as a guide to its value at this time. The $60m fundraising shares( without CVRs), were bought by insiders, including Private Equity Funds, at £1.44 a share on 25th Sept. This is an informed valuation of the new Amryt. Since 20th Sep, Amryt shares have been falling from the high point of £1.41 when CVRs were created. Some shareholders could be liquidating holdings to use the funds elsewhere, but retaining their CVRs. Expect some volatility until these issues play out and we get a bit more certainty. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> "Since 20th Sep, Amryt shares have been falling from the high point of £1.41 when CVRs were created. Some shareholders could be liquidating holdings to use the funds elsewhere, but retaining their CVRs" Credit where credit is due. mdalos got it spot on. Hats off to mdalos. He sold his AMYT shares, but has got the CVR's (or so he says). Me? I did the right thing in selling 500 shares, but I should have sold more and I was too quick to buy that 750 shares. I guessed that the share price would fall back (hence the 500 sell, but should have sold more), but have failed to pick the bottom (hence poorly judged 750 buy). PS gameangler says "I wouldn't follow Amryt share price as a guide to its value at this time. The $60m fundraising shares( without CVRs), were bought by insiders, including Private Equity Funds, at £1.44 a share on 25th Sept. This is an informed valuation of the new Amryt." A word of caution on that "informed" 144p valuation. After all the 3 funds managed by Neil Woodford must have thought 400p was a fair valuation for KIE because they backed the placing at that price big time. However within months the KIE share price was sub 100p (it's currently around 110p). Funds can and do get it wrong, just like PI's
papillon
10/10/2019
17:38
chica, Bermudashorts provides the link to the "Liquidation Process" quoted in cadburyhill's post. Obviously Bermudashorts and cadburyhill have done their homework on Novelion, AMYT & Aegerion. I, on the other hand, profess ignorance!! I'm just a mug punter checking the AMYT share price daily!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
papillon
10/10/2019
17:28
chica. Read cadburyhill's last post timed at 15:40 which was a reply to Bronxville. Here's part of that cadburthill post. Bronxville by the way thanked cadburyhill for their input. "exactly...so novelion holders wait for the redistribution of the proceeds from the sale of the amyrt stake on the liquidation of novelion. see below. in fact, it may well be simpler than i've thought it was: perhaps the novelion stake is simply an overhang that needs to be cleared asap. but i still suspect that if novelion is or was trading OTC at a worthwhile discount to the proceeds of an amryt's stake's sale and its redistribution to novelion shareholders, then this is a trade that a special sits fund will try and exploit. "The Liquidation Proposal follows the previously announced completion of the acquisition by Amryt Pharma plc (“Amryt”) of 100% of the outstanding equity interests of Novelion’s former operating subsidiary, Aegerion Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (“AegerionR21;), as contemplated in Aegerion’s First Amended Joint Chapter 11 Plan (the “Aegerion Transaction”). In the Aegerion Transaction, which closed September 24, 2019, reorganized Aegerion became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Amryt and Novelion received American depository receipts representing approximately 14.0 million ordinary shares of Amryt (the “Amryt Equity”) in full satisfaction of Novelion’s claims as creditor under the secured intercompany loan between Aegerion and Novelion."
papillon
10/10/2019
17:24
Think the plan for some time has been for Novelion to be wound up on completion of the sale of Aegerion. Anyway, here is press release from last week:- Https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2019/10/03/1925091/0/en/Novelion-Therapeutics-Announces-Filing-of-Definitive-Proxy-Statement-in-Connection-with-Proposed-Liquidation-and-Other-Matters.html
bermudashorts
10/10/2019
17:16
You're right chaps, hadn't noticed that in the HL email but it does say they have to be moved out of the ISA within 30 days. It says further information will be provided about how this works but heard nothing yet. I guess they'll just get transferred into a standard share trading account.
webpax
10/10/2019
17:01
Cheers Bermuda, thought I was going nuts for a moment. Good that those in an ISA can be moved. I hold in SIPP and trading account so it didn't come up for me.
waterloo01
10/10/2019
16:55
I was reading on the LSE. Bronxville says Novelion has been delisted from the Nasdaq on October 8th. How can arbitrage between the 2 shares happen if that is the case.
chica1
10/10/2019
16:51
webpax, maybe I'm wrong as you seem to have them in an ISA. I was sure I read they couldn't be. Will look but I might be wrong.
waterloo01
10/10/2019
16:49
webpax, I spoke to HL today, they'll be contacting shareholders within a week or so with arrangements for moving the CVRs out of their ISAs. You also should have received a message from HL outlining the terms of the CVRS and that also confirmed that they can't be held in an ISA.
bermudashorts
10/10/2019
16:42
waterloo0110 Oct '19 - 08:41 - 5039 of 5044 0 0 0 Can't hold them in an ISA. They did make that clear. Where was this made clear waterloo01? I've had them credited to my Hargreaves Lansdown ISA, but nothing in my IG ISA yet.
webpax
10/10/2019
16:37
"Talk about short attention spans. If you are here till at least Nasdaq why bother watching and commenting on the daily SP?" Because, with the benefit of hindsight and cadburyhill's two posts on the lse bb today (and his post dated 12th September), I got my timing spectacularly wrong, waterloo01. I recently sold 500 shares at 126p (with the benefit of hindsight I should have sold more and at a higher price!) and I then recently bought 750 shares at 118p (see my posts) when, with the benefit of hindsight, I could have waited and bought at a lower price! I only have one share. That's AMYT. Apart from a unit trust, or an investment trust, I wont be investing in shares again so I'm keen on making as much money as I can out of AMYT. I used to gamble on AIM O&G's, waterloo01, but I wouldn't touch them with a bargepole in future; too risky and not ethically correct with regards to climate control. With regard to the AMYT share price there are two very interesting posts by cadburyhill today on the lse AMYT bb. I recommend all shareholders read them. They satisfactorily explain the recent action of the AMYT share price I wish I had taken more notice of cadburyhill's post dated 12th September: �12 Sep '19 It�s all here in this excellent link posted by gameangler. This is an arbitrage / special situation investor�s wet-dream so lots of stuff won�t make short term sense. For instance, the Amryt stock will be shorted by those going long Novelion stock so they are hedged and their gain is near risk-free. As the seeking alpha article points out, there�s a near three-bag opportunity in Novelion stock in the US because it will own around 8% of Amryt post transaction. hTTps://seekingalpha.com/article/4290742-novelions-8_1-percent-stake-amryt-worth-1_50-share?dr=1 PS I do believe a Nasdaq listing will provide a fillip to the AMYT sp, Waterloo01 BUT IF I CAN PROFITABLY TRADE AMYT SHARES IN THE MEANTIME BY SELLING SHARES AT A HIGHER PRICE AND THEN BUYING THEM BACK AT A SIGNIFICANTLY LOWER PRICE I WILL. I DON'T KNOW WHY YOU ARE INVESTED IN AMYT BUT I'M ONLY HERE FOR THE MONEY AND IF I CAN MAKE A BIT MORE MONEY BY TRADING THE SHARES I WILL. Hence I'm very interested in the "daily sp" and will continue to comment on it. I suggest you filter me if my comments annoy you.
papillon
10/10/2019
16:04
You'd want to have your head examined if you are a selling these shares at the moment, likely to increase at any announcement
tiananmen
10/10/2019
15:24
Talk about short attention spans. If you are here till at least Nasdaq why bother watching and commenting on the daily SP?
waterloo01
10/10/2019
13:40
I should have listened to mdalos! The share price is likely to continue to drift down until we get some good news which will attract the buyers again. When will that be? Who knows? Hopefully it's soon. Investors have short attention spans. You'll always get the odd seller as boredom sets in and they see what they think is a better opportunity for a short term profit elsewhere. Hence the drift down in the share price until we either get news, or bottom fishers suspect the share price has bottomed out.
papillon
10/10/2019
11:22
Just a few small sells so far today, all at the 115p bid price, apart from a 50k sell this morning, again at 115p, for proceeds of 57.5k
papillon
10/10/2019
08:41
Can't hold them in an ISA. They did make that clear.
waterloo01
10/10/2019
08:39
I've got my CVRs in my Hargreaves Lansdown account but nothing in my IG ISA at the moment.
webpax
10/10/2019
08:37
This is all I got from my Brokerage company so far in relation to CVR's Stock AMRYT PHARMA PLC ORD GBP0.06 Event Type Scheme of Arrangement Description Scheme of Arrangement Effective date: 24th September 2019 Terms: 1 new Amryt Pharma Plc share for every share held and a Contingent Value Right (as detailed below) Pay date: 25th September 2019 Amryt Pharma Plc has entered into an agreement to acquire the entire issued share capital of Aegerion Pharmaceuticals Inc, effective from 24th September 2019. As part of the acquisition Amryt Pharma Plc is proposing to establish a new holding company which will result in shareholders being issued with 1 new Amryt Pharma Plc share in exchange for every share held. Holders will also be issued with 1 Contingent Value Right (‘CVR’) for every Amryt Pharma Plc share held. The value of the CVR will be up to USD1.48 and holders will receive cash or stock, at the board’s election, subject to certain regulatory approval and commercialization milestones. If none of the milestones are achieved holders will not receive any consideration. Accounts will be updated upon receipt of the stock from our custodian.
chica1
09/10/2019
23:30
Well 6 small trades today. Two for 1500 shares was obviously a rollover (only 8 seconds separated the trades) while the other 4 were all small sells. I'm still in profit to the tune of 27.75%, but my profit is gradually being whittled away. The trouble is NO buyers. The buyers have their CVR's and now there is no incentive to buy. It will need some good news to attract the buyers again. I suspect that news will be an update on the Nasdaq listing. Let's hope we get that update very soon!!!!!!!!!!!!! I should have followed mdalos's lead and sold all my AMYT shares once I had the CVR's. Will I never learn? I could have sold and bought back cheaper! DOH! LOL It pays to listen to mdalos!!!! LOL..
papillon
09/10/2019
12:38
Bronxville Posts: 1,239 Price: 118.00 No Opinion Lack of volume Today 07:30 is a concern... AND shouldn't AP103 be entering the clinical trials stage by now?No real update for yonks! >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> One trade yesterday and so far today NONE! Not one trade! Amazing! Lets hope it's the short term calm before a buying storm! LOL. Fingers crossed.
papillon
08/10/2019
23:32
mdalos1 - 08 Oct 2019 - 22:59:11 - 5033 of 5034 Amryt Pharma - AMYT Good for you... mine are FREE of course, they're in MY name... and I bailed at the highs for a well-deserved Profit too. Good luck with your ever diminishing returns, I hope your CVRs do end up being worth something/anything... cos that will mean my FREE ones are valuable to me too... LOLs MDALOS1 - iamsold >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Good for you "mdalos - iamsold". You have made a profit from selling all of your AMYT shares after holding them for years? (from the FAST days?) and you have your CVR's in your name (unless the buyers of your shares can claim them?). Of course I don't directly own my AMYT shares and CVR's; they are indirectly held in my online broker nominee a/c (I hope they don't go bust!), but to all intents and purposes they are mine. So you reckon the AMYT share price will continue to decline? I don't agree, but I could be wrong. I think listing on Nasdaq will give a boost to the AMYT sp, but I could be wrong. What's your target for the AMYT sp, mdalos, for the end of 2019?
papillon
08/10/2019
21:32
On checking my online broker a/c, MADLOSS, I can confirm I have the following: 5000 CVR's (Revenue) 5000 CVR's (EMA) and 5000 CVR's (FDA) Whether they will be worth anything in the future I have no idea.
papillon
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