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BIRD Blackbird Plc

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Last Updated: 08:00:00
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Blackbird Plc LSE:BIRD London Ordinary Share GB0004740477 ORD 0.8P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 4.90 4.80 5.00 4.90 4.90 4.90 43,627 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Computer Programming Service 1.94M -2.49M -0.0064 -7.66 18.97M
Blackbird Plc is listed in the Computer Programming Service sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BIRD. The last closing price for Blackbird was 4.90p. Over the last year, Blackbird shares have traded in a share price range of 4.85p to 14.50p.

Blackbird currently has 387,077,188 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Blackbird is £18.97 million. Blackbird has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -7.66.

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29/2/2024
11:06
Must be a big sell pending at 6.0 ?
shortsqueezer
29/2/2024
11:06
Oh well at least you can use this as a loss against CGT, which will be 3k in April...almost all investors will get caught out.More money, diluted shareholding, still loss making.
muffster
29/2/2024
11:03
Yep. Mine being one of them :-)
shortsqueezer
29/2/2024
10:50
Shortsqueezer

All those trades at 6.165/6.17 are Buys.

hairflick
29/2/2024
10:46
" Surely if they wanted shares they could have bought them in the market place? "

well you dont get the EIS Tax break doing that

The tax break comes from FUNDING ..hence buying in the placing

pokerchips2
29/2/2024
10:45
Of course it’s dodgy, what else would anyone expect?
£1m mates rates top up for the invited few.
Chuck in tax breaks, if they hold that long
Have to love AIM
Nice £50k for Allenby as well.

leighford
29/2/2024
10:34
Demanding is my word. Surely if they wanted shares they could have bought them in the market place? That would have raised the share price. It looks dodgy. But of course it is.
purchaseatthetop
29/2/2024
10:30
Yes you'd have thought they could have struck a deal with premier miton. Wonder if miton have bought into the placing. Anyway Strange pricing behaviour today. Had a small top up as I realised I had a bit left in my isa allowance. Everything showing as sells.
shortsqueezer
29/2/2024
10:29
where is the word 'demanding' in the rns PAT..
kcowe
29/2/2024
10:28
It will probably be below the placing price when the results come out.
the big fella
29/2/2024
10:25
Agree 100%. Funny to read the other explanations though. Weird ones like a group of HNW individuals approached the company demanding to be able to invest…..

Oh….

purchaseatthetop
29/2/2024
10:19
Standard behaviour for AIM, nothing to see here.
leighford
29/2/2024
10:13
The share chart suggests that this placing has been sold into before today’s announcement. Not good behaviour.
purchaseatthetop
29/2/2024
10:06
haha well indeed , only the future does matter ....it is now or never ....the Research either makes it or the markets pass it by ...

The thing is, because they were so small and ran or such a small budget they took a lot longer to progress in earlier years than what would happen with a private equity start up thrown multiples of what they had to work with

pokerchips2
29/2/2024
09:59
Probably true
Convenient way to write off 20 years but only the future matters!
Get them snouts in the trough.

leighford
29/2/2024
09:43
" would that be a first in their 25 or so year history? "

I disregard most of those years as being a pure tiny R&D company ...in many ways IM was the beginning in terms of putting any of that R&D into serious play

pokerchips2
29/2/2024
09:40
" if held for 3 years, then obviously no buy out anytime soon! "

just means no tax rebate ,..doesnt hold back any buy out !!

pokerchips2
29/2/2024
09:39
EIS relief is a factor, but I believe most/all of the other xxxxx placings BIRD has done had EIS relief. On the face of it it seems unlikely all those participants flogged it out for 3 years. Sometimes it’s just better to sell, irrespective of tax considerations.
Nevertheless this looks to be as good a heads up as you will get in these dodgy AIM markets.
Worth adding & seeing if BIRD can do something , would that be a first in their 25 or so year history?
We await.

leighford
29/2/2024
09:37
if held for 3 years, then obviously no buy out anytime soon!
jj_1237
29/2/2024
09:31
McSean, the placing cost just 50k as they raised 1.05m and say " The estimated net proceeds of the Placing, which will be approximately £1.0 million"

Looks like they have preserved cash as the current cash position before the 1m raise is 5.9m.

I agree with invest260 and others that it bodes well. I wouldn't be surprised to see the 2 HNW investors who contributed a total of 500k invest more in the market. As Timbo says, the indications are that EIS relief will be granted so the placing shares will be tightly held for the three years needed to achieve that.

nick2412
29/2/2024
09:31
Invest360

I suspect... IM said he would buy, which assisted in the decision of the other investors to take the plunge too

amt

these raises are quick and cheap compared to other options .... and they know they have to have a base level of working cash which no doubt contracted clients stipulate
.... so..operationally ...they may have needed that...at this stage

I think with IM making the cash level public suggests there isnt much insider information that could affect the share price , as the results generally boil down to the cash level anyway

pokerchips2
29/2/2024
09:27
amt. You're right. Nobody cares. There is no regulation and the boutiques know it.
horneblower
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