Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Autins Group Plc LSE:AUTG London Ordinary Share GB00BD37ZH08 ORD GBP0.02
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 18.50 662 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
17.00 20.00 18.50 18.50 18.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Automobiles & Parts 26.86 -1.54 -6.25 7
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:32:59 O 662 17.551 GBX

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Autins Daily Update: Autins Group Plc is listed in the Automobiles & Parts sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AUTG. The last closing price for Autins was 18.50p.
Autins Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 15p and a 12 week average price of 15p.
The 1 year high share price is 21.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 7.75p.
There are currently 39,600,984 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 51,175 shares. The market capitalisation of Autins Group Plc is £7,326,182.04.
mach100: Good evening Wasp. The article was 12th November and is clearly unrelated to any rise today. I too have disdain for suspicious share price movements. But the second trade was £10000 which is a fair bit to pay when in theory the investors should have been deterred by the spread. I would say it is someone looking at bombed out stock. If it was insider trading then the person would have to be crazy with just five trades posted as it would be easy to discern. Can I ask what price you bought in at wasp? You seem fairly stung. I bought in at 38p, 28p, 22p, 20 and some at 15p and 16p. My average is about 19.7p.
wasp8: But if there is something behind it with no newsflow that's a bit suspicious? This is why I'm so pessimistic on the articles - a big price sensitive bit of newsflow would have required an RNS and nothing seems forthcoming.
wasp8: Suspect it's more criticism of pricing - can't see based on the way they're making them they can get many economies. No need for them to give a trading update as no forecasts in the market - and I'm guessing they can't announce final results date yet as they, like many others, will have to convince their auditor that they've got enough cash to ride another lockdown which won't be easy. Having looked at the mask and read the respirator spec i can't see how those masks can pass without modification - certainly not medical grade from what I can see. I'd be very cautious here - automotive is going to be a train wreck this year and I'm guessing the OEMs will be coming hunting for aggressive price downs to help (that's exactly what they did to their supply chains last time there was a big downturn).
mach100: Back on sale at Amazon and price has come down. I don't know if that is because they have scaled up production and can sell more or in response to consumer criticism on price and value.Kids masks also come down a £1. 688 reviews for the adult mask with about 88% average to very good so much the same. A trading update due around 28th so we should get an update on how well the other divisions have coped. Cautiously optimistic and was quoted 16.65p to buy today though they is a continual drip-drip of sellers at 15p. The medical certification would certainly help though these processes are going to be slow in Covid times. Cautiously optimistic here.
mach100: Versarien updated today and announced a new graphene mask which led to a 10% rise in the share price 259 reviews on Amazon by tonight and it probably reflects that sales are continuing apace as only a fraction of purchases are motivated to do reviews. The main +tives are its British made, comfortable and does the job. -ives are the price ( though that is surely somewhat determined by demand and there is plenty demand), the lack of a bridge ( perhaps something the design team can look at or make clearer that it can be worn in a way which stops glasses steaming up and only affects glasses wearers), and finally complaints that it tears when washed ( only happens to a proportion but perhaps again some solution should be sought or replacements issued on return of goods. Looking to pick up more this month.
mach100: So Autg did half a million worth of turnover on facemasks up to the time of Bojo making masks compulsory and couldn't at times keep up with demand. Reading the Aamzon reviews 8 out of the last 10 verified purchases gave Autins masks a five star review. So now almost 60% of purchasers motivated to rate give a five star review with 78% giving a four or five star rating. The total for average or above is 89% which is pretty good going. British made certainly seems a good USP and you can see it mentioned in some reviews. Many cheap masks come from China so if there is fallout from the Huawei spat then chinese imports may suffer. Of course by that time AUTG may have achieved certification or be very close to it but one thing for sure it will have a large addressable market. All this while the car market returns to a new normal after a lockdown. Germany is already at 80% having started before the UK. Things are nicely falling into place at Autins and no amount of masks will cover that fact up.
mach100: Good interview on Proactive with the CEO putting even more flesh on the bones. Seems the flooring side in Germany is doing well gone from 4.5m Euro T/O to 6.3m after a 1.8m multi year contract. The PPE side will be scaled up massively with certification which I expect will be achieved by late September/ Early October. The compulsory wearing of facemasks announced yesterday by BJ means massive demand. 77% of ratings are 4 or 5 stars with the principle complaints lack of a bridge for glasses wearers which is something the design team could look at. The price is also an issue for some but if compulsory the market is less price sensitive and indeed might prefer quality to cheapness. I think AUTG is a breath of fresh air actually and I will continue to buy.
mach100: wasp sales IN THE LAST TWO MONTHs have reached £.4m as per the results. Personally I don't know if this is the cumulative total or the run rate per month but it is not three months as you state. Net debt has actually remained constant since the placing in August last year. Actually my main fear is another placing in August to dilute and take advantage of a rising share price AUTG has doubled since its low of 8p on 8 April. We shall see if your fears are well founded but if their respirator is effective against Covid 19 and is approved then we should see a significant uprate as with all COv 19 shares these days.
arthur_lame_stocks: Results were pretty poor once again and the outlook is also poor for the full year. Personally I wouldn't expect much life in the share price for a while. Net debt will also be going up again once they get that CBILS loan and burn through some of that.
arthur_lame_stocks: This company was struggling before the lockdown and must be really struggling now with car production falling off a cliff. I think the recovery in the share price presents an opportunity to get out before they need to raise new funds or even go broke.
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