Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cap-xx Limited LSE:CPX London Ordinary Share AU0000XINAS1 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.15 1.67% 9.15 1,151,145 14:49:12
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
9.00 9.30 9.15 8.70 8.85
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 2.00 -2.73 -0.72 40
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:07:14 O 50,042 9.15 GBX

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Cap-xx Daily Update: Cap-xx Limited is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CPX. The last closing price for Cap-xx was 9p.
Cap-xx Limited has a 4 week average price of 8.59p and a 12 week average price of 7.35p.
The 1 year high share price is 14.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.20p.
There are currently 442,115,811 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 847,232 shares. The market capitalisation of Cap-xx Limited is £40,453,596.71.
allstar4eva: Roofer - no I mean posts like these... allstar4eva - 05 Feb 2021 - 10:12:01 - 6653 of 6865 CAP-XX Supercapacitors - Power to the IoT - CPX That would imply that you have analysed every other share on the market and know that none of them will outperform CPX. I say I like the prospects here but each to his/her own. People on advfn etc nearly always tell you when they "top up" and hardly ever when they sell yet I am sure many are trading this along the way. In summary it really doesn't matter what people do in the short term unless you are a trader. Long term if the company does well the share price will almost certainly be much higher. P.S. Sorry I am a bit argumentative today - not that unusual for the tho:-) allstar4eva - 05 Feb 2021 - 10:04:35 - 6651 of 6865 CAP-XX Supercapacitors - Power to the IoT - CPX The future is unknown therefore if people want to take profits so be it. We've all had times when we've held and seen profits evaporate as the story to turns sour - it may not even be company specific perhaps caused by market weakness. Having said that I am an optimist and hope one day I'll look back in a few years and see a 10 - 100 bagger. Could CPX be such a share?
roofer2: AK has cost CPX many £millions over the years with absolutely disgraceful PR, the funding last year one example, that funding at 3p is what is responsible for this current fall, absolutely nothing wrong with the company, the share price will move back to new highs but not without news, the news is coming but it’s a few months off yet !!!! Imo R2
tomduck: If you go through my post history you wouldn’t make such misinformed comment, yes these boards are full of morons on both sides of the bull/bear coin but I have no time for games. I’d happily invest in CPX if I thought it was due a substantial re rate but the latest earnings do not point to that. Also anyone who thinks by posting a few slightly negative views on a share who thinks they could effect the share price is similarly a deluded moron and that ain’t me. But thanks for the taking the time to post 😉😂
aiming: It is all very positive, CPX is transitioning to producer and expanding it's products, huge amount happening and order book over flowing....profits will come and best to be in ahead of confirmation as the share price will be climbing over coming months imo as it all develops
bomber13: Total interim revenues up 10% , and product sales up 26% in a period of disruption caused by COVID 19 and the Murata plant relocation is a pretty remarkable achievement , and , whilst the EBITDA loss was still around A$1m AFTER Murata project expenses , CAP-XX's order book at end January was over 100% higher than a year ago . The new X Murata plant in Sydney is now at full scale production ( from 20th January , 2021 ) , and performing in line with management's expectations . Continued progress has been made with patent infringement litigation , and , furthermore , CAP-XX has announced the probability of being a supplier to a global smart phone manufacturer and a global Tier 1 automotive component supplier , both , I believe , for the first time ever . So why today's muted share price reaction after an early trade high of 13.5p , and a close of 12.25p , down 4.8% on volume of 6m shares ? 1) The share price was 5p on the day of the AGM on 25th November , 2020 barely two and a half months ago , and 9p on 1st February , 2021 , 8 days ago . In between , it achieved a high of 14p briefly on 29th December , 2020 , the day that one of its larger shareholders , Ruffer PLC , declared that it had sold down from 6.84% to below 5% . Originally invested at 3p per share in the fundraising of December , 2019 , their remaining holding represents up to 22.9m shares , and , given mandatory disclosure rules for holdings above 3% , Ruffer has not declared any reduction since . However , David Newlands , who also bought into CAP-XX at 3p in the same fundraising , went below 3% from 5.7% in December , 2020 , and , given subsequent persistent selling pressure , is largely thought to be out of CAP-XX altogether . There has to be the chance , however , that Ruffer may still be a seller above 13p ? 2) Allenby , CAP-XX's house broker , has reintroduced forecasts for the current year to end June , 2021 for the first time since May last year . Given that Allenby was forecasting turnover of A$9.6m and a positive EBITDA of A$1.4m for 2020/21 pre-COVID and the subsequent delays , it comes as quite a surprise that it is now forecasting turnover of only A$4.1m and a negative EBITDA of A$0.9m , particularly as turnover in H1 is officially expected to be A$2.1m , and the X Murata plant only achieved full scale production in late January with over 5 months of H2 remaining . Given what we know CAP-XX is saying about its order book and potential new business , and the fact that the X Murata plant is capable of A$24m of annual turnover at full tilt , it is all the more mysterious . One can only assume that after a series of missed forecasts in recent years , and the ongoing pandemic uncertainty , discretion is the better part of valour . The fact of the matter is that the Murata plant relocation , COVID uncertainties , and litigation issues are masking a huge transformation at CAP-XX . CAP-XX already has licencees in the shape of Murata ( MCap US$63bn ) , Kyocera ( MCap US$25bn ) , TDK ( US$20bn ) , and Cornell Dubilier ( private ) . Today , it has officially told us that business with a global smart phone manufacturer , and a Tier 1 global automotive component supplier is within its grasp for the first time ever . Its IP has already been successfully defended more than once , and today we are informed that continued progress is being made with the IOXUS settlement worth US$4.9m and the case against Maxwell/Tesla . In November , 2020 , CAP-XX stated that potential demand from pre-existing and new customers exceeded the full capacity of the X Murata plant ( 7.2m units and A$24m ) , with the top 10 prospects more than 9m units pa , and even suggested that it may have to add new capacity or new product lines . Moreover , let’s not forget that directors and employees of CAP-XX exercised 14.7m options at 5p in December , 2020 , putting up £735/- , and noone has declared selling one share since . My money is on an immediate upgrade from Allenby on 25th February .
allstar4eva: That would imply that you have analysed every other share on the market and know that none of them will outperform CPX. I say I like the prospects here but each to his/her own. People on advfn etc nearly always tell you when they "top up" and hardly ever when they sell yet I am sure many are trading this along the way. In summary it really doesn't matter what people do in the short term unless you are a trader. Long term if the company does well the share price will almost certainly be much higher. P.S. Sorry I am a bit argumentative today - not that unusual for the tho:-)
celeritas: Now if CPX came out with something like this from ika. The Board notes the recent rise in the Company's share price and the growing interest in solid state batteries in the media in recent weeks regarding their future potential in automotive applications. The Company reiterates its guidance set out in the announcements dated 11 and 24 November 2020. In particular, whilst the Board is confident about the prospects for the Company's Goliath larger format batteries, mass market commercialisation is dependent on further technical development and successful manufacturing scale-up.
roofer2: CPX new production line as already at full capacity, new license deals in the pipeline that includes Tesla Maxwell litigation ! I can’t honestly see what could possibly stop CPX from being many multiple times current share price ! Imo R2
roofer2: Tesla/Maxwell share price valued at around $544 billion, who much will the share price fall due to IP infringement, a dam sight more than the $240 million paid for Maxwell that’s for sure, a take over if CPX is a no brainer and that’s not including the worldwide manufacturing distribution that’s at near 100% capacity! Imo R2
euclid5: Positive trading update on multiple fronts. As previously argued, the acquisition of the Murata manufacturing assets represents a transformational deal for CPX. It afforded a unique opportunity to transform its profitability by increasing sales and gross margin at the product level for a minimal capital outlay and enable CPX to fulfil the growing levels of sales enquiries. The deal provides access to established product designs, proven manufacturing assets and a potential customer base in CPX's target small form factor markets. The project is not without execution risk, however, and CPX has not been immune to the impact of CV-19 with the project slipping by c. three months. The successful prosecution of the Ioxus patent infringement case represents an important proof point in CPX's ongoing IP protection strategy. Finally, the growth in the sales order book and revenue in Q1 is encouraging as more companies look to supercapacitors to address the limitations of traditional batteries. hxxp://
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