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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bilby LSE:BILB London Ordinary Share GB00BV9GHQ09 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00p -1.09% 91.00p 92,034 15:13:40
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
89.00p 93.00p 92.00p 89.00p 92.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gas Water & Utilities 78.81 4.29 8.61 10.6 36.3

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06/12/201812:53Bilby Plc - Under The Radar?457

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Bilby Daily Update: Bilby is listed in the Gas Water & Utilities sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BILB. The last closing price for Bilby was 92p.
Bilby has a 4 week average price of 88.50p and a 12 week average price of 78.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 139p while the 1 year low share price is currently 78.50p.
There are currently 39,896,844 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 31,248 shares. The market capitalisation of Bilby is £36,306,128.04.
tony6061: Interesting analysis by simply wall st,and Wallet investor.I would like also for Bilbys share price tobe over 300p per share, in 5 years
tony6061: S. T I.C Has a technical analysis too, and on a day of market turbulence Bilbys share price heads north, suggesting an exhaustion amongst sellers. Offering significant upside to his fair value price 165p. Subcription to expert company analyses pays dividends.
gucci: moving up today - BILB looks a good buy here. Simon Thompson tipped recently at 122p but very shortly after, the founder retired and sold his holding which hit the share price badly.
compnews1: There a few readers request IC to give their view on the recent falling share price of Bilb. but IC has kept very quite. I wonder if their readers still want to subscribe to this margazine
tiswas: nico Ok, here we go. I see from the results that the visible revenues are down from £320m to £275m last time. What is the reason for this fall, is it a concern? Trade receivables seem to be increasing faster than turnover and now are running at more than 90 days. Is this a concern? I have not managed to get my hands on a broker note which may answer some of these questions. Has anything been produced recently that you could share with me? If not, any plans to do so? I know the founder share sells will not have helped matters but there does seem to be some significant volatility in the share price with some big moves either way. Do you think this is because the company is not fully understood by the wider market and if so do you have any plans for that? I am very tempted to top up but Mark Minervini has good advice which is often true. Good fundamental news must be reflected in the chart or there is something going on that you don't know about.
its the oxman: Very positive, share price should be much improved come the next results/update.
davr0s: Because share price is determined by buying and selling strength and not the content of the annual report. Poor day in a poor market but still within normal volatility for this share
elsa7878: Wouldn't worry about it. Value does always shine through in the end. Just use all the drops to add if you can. I had an offer to buy 15,000 at 97.5 yesterday but didn't realise we were getting a trading update so left it as the share price was weak and I was hoping to get them cheaper. They did over 6p pre-exceptionals etc in the first half, so should be doing at least 12p in the full year. With growth to come a share price of 150p seems reasonable.
lucifer100: Anyone know what a "Deed of release signifies"? --price has dropped 2% today on notice of this from shareholders meeting
jonwig: Eastbourne (post #130) - at 30/09 they had cash 689k, debt 6821k hence a negative cash position. They seem to be saying that at 31/03 (year end) they will have net cash, which I think a bit unlikely. On the other hand, they could just be saying that cash has improved relative to debt - ie. still net debt. Not a very clear sentence. As for a fundraising (post #133) I'd like to know why, as well! You tend not to want to do this with your share price on the floor: it would be a sign of desperation. On the other hand, they seem to see business expansion ahead, and this needs financing. They could argue that raising share capital to repay debt and expand the new contracts is a good idea. To which I'd say generate some cash from existing activities before taking on new ones. So it's very fluid: Simon Thompson in the IC is positive and reckoned them a buy at a much higher price at H1 stage.
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