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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Benchmark Holdings Plc LSE:BMK London Ordinary Share GB00BGHPT808 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.00 3.33% 62.00 61.00 63.00 62.00 60.00 62.00 285,388 15:29:46
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 105.6 -22.6 -5.3 - 415

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/10/2019
09:04
invesco out - they are not woodford. michael dell's private office in. i know who i back to have made the right call. compliance department or fundamenatal based analysis.
edwardt
23/10/2019
18:10
Norwegians helping OUT Woodford, & helping themselves IN? BMK Woodford dropped below 5% from 12.45% in July and the same day Kverva Finans AS went from nothing to 11.47%
napoleon 14th
23/10/2019
13:26
I thought Woodford was out already.
murdo mcsponge
23/10/2019
12:44
That might be Woodford
john09
23/10/2019
12:40
What is going on here? 91 million, yes 91 million shares, sold this morning and there is no apparent change in the price. Can anybody give me an answer?
miss womble
21/10/2019
22:13
Insider buying with real money always carries weight in my mind too
edwardt
11/10/2019
12:57
Raeber, Exec Director bought 200,000 shares at 43.5p yesterday. His purchase joins George, Exec Chairman who purchased 1 million shares at 47p on 13th Sept, and Mghre, Non Exec Director, who bought 300,000 shares at between 44p and 47p on 12/13 Sept. These trades are significant IMHO and are an encouraging sign, again IMHO.
murdo mcsponge
27/9/2019
09:10
chairman shifting stock around too..
edwardt
18/9/2019
11:14
Me too. Good sign.
murdo mcsponge
18/9/2019
11:03
love the director buys...
edwardt
13/9/2019
10:30
Another 21 million sale / purchase. Interesting to see who is the seller and the buyer.
murdo mcsponge
12/9/2019
11:33
Napoleon 14th The transaction the other day was apparently a purchase by Kvera Finans A/S, of Norway. If I read the documents right, they previously held 11.47% and that has now increased to 558,387,016 shares constituting 14.15% of the Company. IMHO, this is a very good sign for ordinary shareholders. It's still a long term investment as far as I am personally concerned - 3 to 5 years.
murdo mcsponge
11/9/2019
21:15
Silly me! Didn't check the date ( july 7th ) on that, just took the cue from someone else... So we need a different explanation to volume (according to Bigcharts) on Aug 30th & more importantly this week's c.40 million shares?
napoleon 14th
11/9/2019
18:32
Felix99 On or around 26th June, around 62 mi,,ion shares went through. Are you saying this is the same deal?
murdo mcsponge
11/9/2019
18:04
that holding from Woodford to Kverva was announced 2 July Nap ? Nothing to do with today don't think ?
felix99
11/9/2019
16:43
The price on the day ended up 50p. Those "in the know" obviously aren't too worried.
murdo mcsponge
11/9/2019
14:58
Correct that - nearly 70 million shares traded.
murdo mcsponge
11/9/2019
14:55
Wow! Now nearly 7 million shares trade.
murdo mcsponge
30/8/2019
20:08
Interesting! Nearly 10 million shares traded.
murdo mcsponge
30/8/2019
19:57
IngroidInteresting! Trade of 4.8 million shares early afternoon @ 42p
ingroid
30/8/2019
12:40
I think they're pretty much on the ball. What is noteworthy is that some decent sized Norwegian players have taken big positions in BMK. The Norwegians like to think they know a lot about aquaculture - and they do! - so I regard that as a positive sign. I have (for me)a hefty number of shares; I am modestly "underwater" at the moment, but I'm not in the least concerned as I have a 2 to 5 year payoff horizon, so I'm not worried. All IMHO, of course.
murdo mcsponge
30/8/2019
11:50
Thanks murdo mcsponge. Technology may be good, but monetisation/commercialisation of the same is key from a business perspective - this is an area of major weakness for BMK in my view at this time. A number of brilliant technologies/ scientifically ground breaking, have not been commercially successful, as one would expect. Adoption on new scientific trends takes a heck of a lot longer and many times the timeframes that one would expect from an stock market perspective.
multibagger
30/8/2019
10:48
Good point muktibagger. However, accepting your comments, I still think that BMK's lice system is very good.
murdo mcsponge
30/8/2019
10:17
An observation - not casting any aspersions on BMK, but on the awards industry in general. I don't give any credence to awards...they are a dime a dozen literally. The awards industry is an interesting place....have you ever seen a takeaway or restaurant without an award ? The awards industry segment the entrants in a manner that ensures that every one who pays to enter, gets an award in some category. You can always be the best business in some category - and a lot of the awards are "pay to play and win an award " types anyway !! There is even an AIM listed company that is in the Awards industry... At the end of the day, it is the SP, financial growth, returns and dividends that make a difference from an investing perspective.
multibagger
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