Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ceres Power Holdings LSE:CWR London Ordinary Share GB00B0351429 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.125p -1.03% 12.00p 11.75p 12.50p 12.25p 12.00p 12.25p 185,464 13:30:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 0.3 -11.6 -1.3 - 121.50

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/8/2017
13:01
Not necessarily. It is a sell, but sometimes could be marked as a buy on services like advfn, who have to make an educated guess at the trade status.
pierre oreilly
16/8/2017
12:44
So anybody selling to a Market Maker is shown as a "Sell" then ?
pottermagic2310
15/8/2017
11:10
You 'sell' to liquidity providers. They are the market makers. If there is no liquidity provider then there is no buy/sell distinction.
tomhilton
11/8/2017
17:37
So how do you define a Sell in the Market then ?
pottermagic2310
11/8/2017
11:52
No. In the stock market there's a specific definition of a buy and a sell - otherwise if every transaction would be both a buy and a sell and we wouldn't be able to discuss buys and sells. If the order is picked off the offer or sell side of the order book, then it's a buy and vv. If you buy off a market maker, then it's a buy, and if you sell to a mm it's a sell. If you had dma and put an offer in to sell at say 12p, then an hour later i come along and take those, then it's a buy and it isn't a sell in context, although you may feel it a sell out of the stock market context. It's taken that every buy of everything e.g. knickers as well as equities, is a sell for somebody else, but in the stock market context, a buy is only a buy and the other party is a counterparty. Away from the stock market, if i bought shares directly from you, then yes that will be a buy and sell, but it is outside the stock market context. That's been my understanding for yonks anyhow, and i doubt much has changed.
pierre oreilly
11/8/2017
11:31
You placed an Order to buy but somebody else may have already placed a request to Sell but within the bounds of a specific share price range. So in the Market it could be that they (who operate the Market) completed that Sales request as a result of finding a Buyer. Swings & roundabouts and all in the timing of who actually did what, when and in what order.... speaking very logically. So you may have infact have bought 20k off me, which I offered for Sale at 8am yesterday morning, seeking no less than 11.75 when the Market opened !!!! ;-)
pottermagic2310
11/8/2017
07:41
Well not in the context of share transactions they're not.
pierre oreilly
10/8/2017
20:37
Every Sell is a Buy and vice-versa
pottermagic2310
10/8/2017
17:40
Bought a further lot today from a small divi, my third little buy. 20k at 12, showing as a sell. quote was 11.5/12.25 at the time, so don't know why they think it's a sell.
pierre oreilly
27/7/2017
12:14
In the current anti-combustion-engine media frenzy I'm happy to hold Ceres for the longer term with Nissan on-board.
tomhilton
26/7/2017
21:00
Why Ceres are not offering its technology (under license of Course) to every Motor Manufacturer after the following announcement : Defra says it wants to “end the sale of all new conventional petrol and diesel cars by 2040”. Exactly what "conventional" means wasn’t said, but when pressed, the Government admitted the definition “does not include hybrids” – cars with small engines which work with a battery. So come 2040, cars burning fossil fuel won't necessarily have gone the way of the dinosaurs. Ceres via an announcement on the 28th June states: Ceres Power is the leader of this consortium, with Nissan and M-Solv, aimed at developing a compact, on-board solid oxide fuel cell (“SOFC”) stack for range extension of electric vehicles. The SOFC stack is based on Ceres Power’s unique SteelCell technology, which is able to work with a variety of high efficiency fuel types (including biofuels) applicable to the automotive sector. This offers a potential path to significantly accelerate the take up of electric vehicles, reducing CO2 and other emissions, and making significant progress towards the UK’s low carbon energy targets. Marketing and communication to the wider market / world does not appear unfortunately to one of Ceres's Strengths... Shame really ! Perhaps a wake up call to the Management team is needed.
rosejs2
26/7/2017
20:06
Isee kryten on the news putting his views across on the petroldiesel ban 2040 waitaminute wasnt philcaldwell cajoling kryten over some steelcells at the Horsham plant
ben chod
26/7/2017
08:29
Phil Caldwell, Ceres Power's Chief Executive Officer said: "We are delighted to be working with Nissan and M-Solv to enable an all-electric vehicle with a longer range and shorter refuelling time and to help cut vehicle emissions globally. In addition, this project broadens the applications for Ceres Power's SteelCell into the automotive industry as well using alternative fuels such as biofuels."
rosejs2
26/7/2017
08:11
And in today's news they'll stop all combustion engined passenger car and van sales in 2040! Where are these people going to charge up? Not even McKinsey or Bloomberg future predictions show 2040 as >70% EV and plateau'd. This is posturing, but at least it brings the right emphasis for Ceres. Does anybody know if they are partnering with a vehicle manufacturer to use FC as a range extender?
tomhilton
25/7/2017
17:42
thereisasense of dejavu in this as back intheday "world leading” and "unique properties" were touted aboutby tonyblair in his climate changespeech
ben chod
24/7/2017
10:23
The first phase of a four-year £246m Government investment into battery technology is being launched to make batteries more accessible and affordable. Business and Energy Secretary Greg Clark will unveil details of the first phase, known as the Faraday Challenge, on Monday. This will include a £45m competition to establish a centre for battery research which he says will help make the UK a world leader in the design, development and manufacture of electric batteries. This will be spearheaded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to bring the best minds and facilities together to create a 'battery institute'. A three-month consultation earlier this year on an industrial strategy to increase UK productivity and growth attracted more than 1,900 written responses from businesses and organisations. A shift to cleaner energy and technologies such as electric cars has made the design, development and manufacture of batteries a top industrial priority. The long-term vision also includes creating giant battery facilities around the National Grid to store excess wind and solar energy for when demand rises.
rosejs2
24/7/2017
08:43
Sorry, got carried away. Sincere apologies to all ten-year-old schoolchildren.
dozey3
24/7/2017
08:40
Just heard 'Today' programme. Talked like a ten-year-old schoolchild as if solar panels were a new innovation and large batteries something only thought about overseas. No mention of British developments, grid resilience, AI. Presenter had done no homework - Arts degree no doubt. So disappointing.
dozey3
23/7/2017
21:16
Personally I think the future is hybrid vehicles rather than pure electrical. The idea of standing around in the rain with a cable hanging from the car to a kerbside charger is dangerous. In some countries you will have your car stolen at knifepoint. Women will want a fuel cell generating electricity as a range extender for convenience and long trips, while plugging in at home securely. Nissan unveils world's first Solid-Oxide Fuel Cell vehicle...prototype vehicle converts bi-ethanol to hydrogen and the hydrogen is used by the fuel cell Cruising range of 600 kilometers!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HF-eE8pRzMw Ceres fuel cell works with natural gas, bio-fuels and hydrogen explained 2mins into video No wonder Nissan is working with Ceres https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCs9OOHP-0o Ceres: Enabling Electric Vehicles to go the distance hTtps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbXD_lVGjKI
muffinhead
23/7/2017
20:32
I am hopeful Cummins makes something of Ceres fuel cells for data centres hTtp://www.cumminspowerblog.com/en/2016/09/13/cummins-teams-ceres-power-develop-fuel-cell-technology-data-centers/ I have been looking at the Cummins website. They make a range of residential generators. The efficiency of the fuel cell would be a huge market advantage for Cummins imo hTtp://power.cummins.com/distributed-generation-peaking-power
muffinhead
23/7/2017
20:22
Agreed Rosey & Dozey
pottermagic2310
23/7/2017
14:31
Well I hope the business secretary has heard of CWR and also RED with its vanadium flow storage, and doesn't get suckered by the first Chinese or Japanese company to make exaggerated claims. I sometimes wonder if British governments (of whichever hue) take our medium/long-term interests into account. I'm long both of these BTW.
dozey3
23/7/2017
12:21
From today's Daily Mail.... This just might be the breakthrough that Ceres need to confirm its technological superiority.. Giant rechargeable batteries could soon be installed in Britain to aid green energy facilities. The business secretary Greg Clark is expected to announce plans this week to install the batteries near wind and solar panel farms to help the energy resources continue to supply households when demand increases. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4721646/Rechargeable-batteries-installed-Britain.html#ixzz4neWu8jlK
rosejs2
07/7/2017
14:45
Accumulated losses (CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION...As at 31 December 2016) £104 million I am not an accountant but assume the accumulated losses will become useful at some stage for offsetting against tax? Ceres would be pocket change for one of "committed itself to signing five global engineering companies as customers in joint development agreements by the end of 2017 and being in two launch programmes with OEM partners by the end of 2018" hTtp://www.cerespower.com/investors/regulatory-news/rns-announcement/w1dmm6w About £110 million accumulated losses and £16million cash June 2017... more than current market capitalisation. I have no idea what the fuel cell IP is worth
muffinhead
04/7/2017
12:18
I see that CWR are half following the example of ITM and ditching Zeus: ITM ditched them completely for Investec and CWR still keep them on as a joint broker.
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