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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Angle Plc LSE:AGL London Ordinary Share GB0034330679 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 67.50 67.00 68.00 67.50 66.00 67.50 171,062 16:08:52
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 0.7 -10.9 -6.6 - 117

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/5/2020
17:29
Surprising end to the day, but more than welcome. Roll on the 70s!
candlestick1
29/5/2020
07:36
The delay to posting the results should enable the Company to complete the fda submission.......hopefully!
fhmktg
28/5/2020
19:33
Am I mistaken or are we about to move NORTH. As I said recently, only to be laughed at by the resident clown. Next stop if the reverse head & shoulders plays out is 88p. It is an if mind, but I suspect it will.
jelenko
27/5/2020
16:49
Must be news soon. By the way Fincap jumped on the bid order this afternoon I'd guess that an RNS tomorrow might be on the cards, I say might. I don't believe the "Chinese Walls" theory at Fincap myself
jelenko
27/5/2020
16:40
5% increase on no formal news release so yes it could be ISA purchases but we are now 8 weeks into new financial year and the price has been a lot lower a few weeks ago. I wonder if things have progressed faster than we believed in relation to the FDA preparations and/or some indication that the FDA will recommence validations soon.
millwallfan
27/5/2020
14:59
look like ISA moves.
jelenko
27/5/2020
14:51
Are these double-up transactions just roll-overs?Looking like a nice rise today, be good to get above 70 before any news comes around submission.
candlestick1
27/5/2020
10:38
Time for some decent news?
semper vigilans
24/5/2020
17:12
Hey SK - agree that timelines are challenging but still think they should be getting the submission sorted pretty quickly once those samples are sorted. As long as they have used the lockdown time wisely re paperwork. Guess it also depends on how many samples are outstanding...
candlestick1
24/5/2020
11:03
Hi candlestick1, I don't see things like you do. I see that the timelines have been moved back and that things will not be almost immediate. Yes, in March they said, "We are therefore completing the full write up of the submission with the aim that within a few weeks of the current government restrictions being relaxed we will be able to reinstate healthy volunteer blood collection, process the final analytical samples and make our FDA submission". By contrast in April they dropped the "few weeks" after lockdown claim and replaced it with the word "promptly". "This is progressing well and it is expected that submission can be made promptly once restrictions ease so that we can secure the remaining healthy volunteer blood samples needed to complete the analytical study work". To me the change from "few weeks" to "promptly" is important. Had the timeline remained a "few weeks" they would have said so. Then we have the emails with Newland that were summarised on here, confirming that things were more complicated than first anticipated, e.g. from Maxie: "There remains a lack of specific, detailed and clear guidance from Government as to how changes relate to our specific circumstances and as a consequence we need to be careful with how we interpret and apply such changes to our operations. We need to take into account Health & Safety guidelines (risk assessments), protecting our staff and the blood donors, compliance with our formal ethics approval for drawing blood, other ethical considerations, insurance matters and legal restrictions. Because of all these factors, it is not possible to give a clear answer to the question of timing as this is a work in progress and not within our control. We are working on our procedures (enhanced hygiene, use of PPE etc) and sources of blood so as to be able to recommence blood donations as soon as possible. The situation is extremely complex with multiple elements under consideration and detailed guidance changing and/or being clarified. It is also unclear, once we do recommence blood donations, how willing or available donors will be to donate and therefore how quickly we will be able to source the blood we require in the necessary quantities for the experiments and from the correct demographic of donors. So the situation remains challenging, but we are doing everything possible from our side"
sicilian_kan
24/5/2020
09:46
I notice that the Lab Services offered by Angle seems to be expanding. hTTps://angleplc.com/angle-ctc-lab-services/overview/ They are now offering (for use in research or trials):- - Enumeration of epithelial and mesenchymal CTCs and CTC clusters - Multiplex gene expression profiling of CTCs - PD-L1 expression analysis of CTCs - Custom CTC assays
miavoce
23/5/2020
16:46
From Jan - *Whilst significant work remains to complete the written submission, which is expected to run to several thousand pages, all of which will be subject to substantive review and questioning by FDA, ANGLE believes that all of the critical issues were addressed in the meeting and that there is now a clear route to full De Novo FDA Submission.*From April - *Following a period of unanticipated disruption and delay caused by COVID-19, a key focus during lock down is on finalising the significant amount of written documentation and analysis for the FDA submission, so that this can be rapidly submitted once the remaining analytical samples are available and analysed. This is progressing well and it is expected that submission can be made promptly once restrictions ease so that we can secure the remaining healthy volunteer blood samples needed to complete the analytical study work.*So the expectation is that the submission will be almost immediate, once the final samples are secured. May not be too far down the line now for a submission, I guess the next RNS on the matter will be post-submission..
candlestick1
20/5/2020
20:10
75p ha ha no to 75p until they start collecting blood and angle say it the start is not within their control and angle say even if they start the donors might not be quick in giving blood in sufficient quantities now and you think 75p pretty soon ha ha 50p more likely soon
fraybentos2
20/5/2020
16:37
Ah - explains everything SV uses tea bags jelenko proper loose tea. Boris vs Stanley :)
toffeeman
20/5/2020
16:16
I hate it when my teabag splits Jelenko!
semper vigilans
20/5/2020
15:52
Got a strong feeling we'll be on the move back to 75p pretty soon, or so it says in the tea leaves.
jelenko
15/5/2020
20:37
Its great to take this so seriously and be very intellectually superior. Get a job as a doctor or in medicine, dont bring that attitude over to investment, youre wasting your talent if so, in this murky and deceitful world. Why? Id say 80 % of these companies are making a lot of claims to raise capital, hard earned capital , but very rarely deliver on the claims. Its a bit of a scam, if you ask me. Dont waste your time and obvious talent. Why justify and endorse a murky smoke and mirrors financial world with intelligent comment to legitimise it?
escapetohome
15/5/2020
20:21
When the share price bounces in the next two weeks I guess the idiots that have recently appeared will vanish.
jelenko
15/5/2020
19:37
maxie23 - thanks for the feedback aja5 - agreed but in this case it possibly isn't uni students. AN's response to maxie suggests that they require blood from specific demographic of donors. I guess as they're applying for breast cancer approval it's likely to be women with age ranges weighted towards older donors (average age of diagnosis of breast cancer is early 60's). If so, beer money might not entice them out during the current crisis.
bermudashorts
15/5/2020
19:14
The donors are usually Uni students giving a sample for a bit of beer money! And it’s hardly an essential journey is it?? With the relaxation of rules this week hopefully they will get the samples required......
aja5
14/5/2020
16:45
I just hope these donors become willing, otherwise that is the end of the process of submission, and bang goes this one-trick pony!
bookbroker
14/5/2020
16:43
And they have been drawing blood up until March, so they know the protocols, it is not like they are entirely new, we are talking about taking blood from walking, talking human beings, not zombies with anthrax and a host of other contagious diseases. Have they thought about taking the temperature of the individual and asking about their medical history. Things like consent should be routine, and as for Govt. guidelines I hope they have been following them all the time, if hospitals can draw blood why can Angle not do so!
bookbroker
14/5/2020
16:38
All well and good Newland suggesting challenging, but their case for FDA submission and approval rests upon these blood donors, surely that is imperative as regards the whole future of this company. The market will not tolerate another fund-raising, and the longer the delay the more likely that will become heading out to 2021. There are companies out there at the current time with far more challenging scenario’s, such as travel and leisure, his depends upon some blood donations using the correct protocols, of which he bloody well should comprehend, sourcing the donors is the hardest part! Excuses, excuses, however exceptional this situation may be, but I assume he is still getting paid in the meantime.
bookbroker
14/5/2020
15:43
Challenging it might be but it also seems like more than 'a few samples' short.
waterloo01
14/5/2020
15:29
I emailed AN to get more clarification. This was his reply There remains a lack of specific, detailed and clear guidance from Government as to how changes relate to our specific circumstances and as a consequence we need to be careful with how we interpret and apply such changes to our operations.  We need to take into account Health & Safety guidelines (risk assessments), protecting our staff and the blood donors, compliance with our formal ethics approval for drawing blood, other ethical considerations, insurance matters and legal restrictions.   Because of all these factors, it is not possible to give a clear answer to the question of timing as this is a work in progress and not within our control.  We are working on our procedures (enhanced hygiene, use of PPE etc) and sources of blood so as to be able to recommence blood donations as soon as possible.  The situation is extremely complex with multiple elements under consideration and detailed guidance changing and/or being clarified.  It is also unclear, once we do recommence blood donations, how willing or available donors will be to donate and therefore how quickly we will be able to source the blood we require in the necessary quantities for the experiments and from the correct demographic of donors. So the situation remains challenging, but we are doing everything possible from our side
maxie23
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