Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cyan Holdings LSE:CYAN London Ordinary Share GB00B0P66Q02 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.01p -6.45% 0.145p 0.14p 0.15p 0.155p 0.145p 0.155p 23,090,872 15:46:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 1.8 -7.9 -0.1 - 25.96

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/9/2017
21:09
56 million trade at 0.158 reported after the close......
emptyend
22/9/2017
16:47
Iwax Don't forget, I am also after a CYAN position, I think we would work well together, like-minded. LOL! I can see that the share price has really taken off after our great announcement.
stav5001
22/9/2017
16:07
Lol before the end of 2019!!! Nice work if you can get it. I could use a job with low expectations of me. Must get my CV in. I reckon I could under deliver as well as the next man ;-)
lwaxf13
22/9/2017
14:50
Finncap projects they will break into positive cash flow before the end of 2019: "We have adjusted our cash flow forecast for the £8.6m placing at 28p. This additional funding should help to bridge a gap to cash flow breakeven, towards the end of FY 2019. We also adjust for a 200:1 share consolidation, and the issuance of 30.8m extra shares takes the number in issue to 120m, lifting the current share price from 0.14p to 28.0p and our target price from 0.5p to 100p."
davep4
22/9/2017
13:50
The big question is when will they be back again with the begging bowl for more money? Seems to be the only way to keep this gig going and not to the benefit of private investors. Based on years of form I give them about 8 months and will be out of cash again.
lwaxf13
21/9/2017
15:03
broker, would you like to increase your holdings for your cfd ? pi,thanks for the offer,but no thankyou ! broker,awww go on ! pi, no thankyou ! broker,why not ? pi,because i would have to declare my interest ! broker,awww go on ! pi,my rollover is going sweetly and my buy target of 0.014 is in sight ! broker,last chance are you sure ? we can not tempt you ! pi,lets talk after consolidation when the share price falls after the spike ! i may consider buying some for the wife,althou she has a nasty habit of biting her nails,i will hide her teeth ! broker ok we will talk after consolidation,i hope you find your wifes teeth,so you can bite your nails ! when cyan become world leader and contracts roll in,"goodluck" pi.....f/o
dreamtwister
21/9/2017
13:47
emptyend - fair comment.
rochdale
21/9/2017
12:42
Gem...In that case more sells than buys...Thanks B
bskiny1
21/9/2017
12:38
sells at 0.155 bskiny1, anything above is buys
gemlotte55
21/9/2017
12:34
all buys but no share price movement..
bskiny1
21/9/2017
07:04
Good morning tightfist and all :) I attribute the hitches and delays in the Indian tender due to sheer scale of the project - sorting out a democratic country with 1.3 billion people is no small matter ! Apart from the Aadhar (national digital identity card) and things like voting, I don't think that any infrastructure project has been attempted on this scale and more importantly centrally coordinated. It is a highly complex project and there will be teething problems....but it will happen, in fits and starts at the worst. I am of the view that CYAN will be involved in a major way in partnership with a number of local players and manufacturers - in a "relationship based" business culture, JC has invested heavily in building and nurturing those relationships. It will pay off big time. The local partners know the ground and know how to do business in India - so the appointment of Anil Daulani is a critical piece in the overall jigsaw. Generically speaking - a key feature of the difference between western and eastern cultures in terms of business planning is that in the West, the planning process and discussion is shorter, arguments more rife and implementation quicker, and changes in trajectory are done during implementation. However, delays due to lack of ownership can cause hurdles. Our Smart Meter rollout could be a victim of this. In eastern cultures, there is a much longer lead time in discussions, debates and planning with deference to hierarchy, but once the project is signed off, then there are fewer arguments and it is completed. Aadhar programme (Reimagining India and Rebooting India by Nandan Nilekani, one of the founders of global IT giant, Infosys are books which give a good insight into the Indian perspective and issues. Nandan was the brain behind Aadhar card programme ) The Indian PM appears to rule with an iron fist (when it suits and is convenient) and has grand visions - so Smart Metering and the electrification of India could be one of his better legacies as he is widely expected to return to power comfortably in 2019. So though smaller countries may appear to be stealing the march, the Indian jumbo is awake, but has not stirred, as yet. And when she does, CYAN will be leading her and her herd.... Anyone going to the GM at Cambridge on 02 Oct ? Good luck all :)
multibagger
21/9/2017
07:03
My post with regards to delays in the Indian tender....posted elsewhere I attribute the hitches and delays in the Indian tender due to sheer scale of the project - sorting out a democratic country with 1.3 billion people is no small matter ! Apart from the Aadhar (national digital identity card) and things like voting, I don't think that any infrastructure project has been attempted on this scale and more importantly centrally coordinated. It is a highly complex project and there will be teething problems....but it will happen, in fits and starts at the worst. I am of the view that CYAN will be involved in a major way in partnership with a number of local players and manufacturers - in a "relationship based" business culture, JC has invested heavily in building and nurturing those relationships. It will pay off big time. The local partners know the ground and know how to do business in India - so the appointment of Anil Daulani is a critical piece in the overall jigsaw. Generically speaking - a key feature of the difference between western and eastern cultures in terms of business planning is that in the West, the planning process and discussion is shorter, arguments more rife and implementation quicker, and changes in trajectory are done during implementation. However, delays due to lack of ownership can cause hurdles. Our Smart Meter rollout could be a victim of this. In eastern cultures, there is a much longer lead time in discussions, debates and planning with deference to hierarchy, but once the project is signed off, then there are fewer arguments and it is completed. Aadhar programme (Reimagining India and Rebooting India by Nandan Nilekani, one of the founders of global IT giant, Infosys are books which give a good insight into the Indian perspective and issues. Nandan was the brain behind Aadhar card programme ) The Indian PM appears to rule with an iron fist (when it suits and is convenient) and has grand visions - so Smart Metering and the electrification of India could be one of his better legacies as he is widely expected to return to power comfortably in 2019. So though smaller countries may appear to be stealing the march, the Indian jumbo is awake, but has not stirred, as yet. And when she does, CYAN will be leading her and her herd.... Anyone going to the GM at Cambridge on 02 Oct ? Good luck all :)
multibagger
20/9/2017
22:04
emptyend,Too right, cutting a competitive deal in India is agonisingly slow - eventually I retired before a deal got done!I have been concerned for a long time that Cyan are potentially becoming too powerful in India. I would be concerned about that if I was the Indian government.....Very pleased to see this morning the first concrete evidence of intended licensed manufacturing by a 3rd Party..... JC is Walking the Talk.Cheers, tightfist
tightfist
20/9/2017
15:23
It has been going on for years!
davep4
20/9/2017
15:11
RogerRail/Rochdale,I suspect you haven't tried to sell to India or some of the other emerging markets. Getting signatures on contracts can be a truly tortuous process - and I can imagine that getting people to actually make a decision is very frustrating if your piece of the tech package is being used by 80% of the bidders! It can go on for years!
emptyend
20/9/2017
14:57
Realistic Skinny!
davep4
20/9/2017
11:49
TYRU UP 20% AND RISING GUYS
falia
20/9/2017
11:42
hTTp://cyanconnode.com/presentations-and-videos/
dreamtwister
20/9/2017
11:30
Interesting that my [initial] share price target for CYAN was circa 120p [post con] where as FINNCAP have gone for 100p [post con] which is 0.50 [pre con]
cpap man
20/9/2017
11:29
GUYS TYRU RISING NOW
falia
20/9/2017
11:28
Old TP 0.50p new TP 100.00p! Realistic, Optimistic or a misprint!
skinny
20/9/2017
11:27
Having said the above , the significant technical issues should have been sorted out by now so once the show gets on the road delivery should be like shelling peas, or am I oversimplifying? I appreciate they would need to establish local hardware manufacture by their partners, and perhaps there are challenges to the getting the network operational ? If not why the delay in getting a revenue flow from the UK roll-out?
rogerrail
20/9/2017
11:27
CyanConnode* (CORP) Order book grows to $100m Ticker: CYAN Market Cap: £33.6m Price: 28.0p Target Price: 100.0p CyanConnode’s order book has grown to $100m with the receipt of a $29m purchase order from its Ukrainian partner, NIK. This is quite remarkable for a company reporting H1 revenue of £0.6m. The latest and largest-ever order arrives on the back of the interim results, a share consolidation and a major placing. While the company has steadily been amassing huge orders for its leading-edge networking modules and software, our July initiation noted a funding gap to it achieving cash flow breakeven on the back of that volume. With a recent acceleration in sales momentum – including last month’s $10m third contract for smart meters in Bangladesh – the company took the opportunity to raise £8.6m from equity that should see it start to deliver on this huge and growing order book and an even larger potential follow-on pipeline. Alongside the fundraising, the Interim results were released – in line with expectations – and there has been a 200:1 share consolidation to reduce the number of shares to a manageable 120m post the placing. To view our full back catalogue of research notes and search for information on specific stocks or sectors, please visit the Research Portal. This research should be read in conjunction with the disclaimer and disclosures contained within the attached report. Corporate Broking 60 New Broad St London EC2M 1JJ t: 0207 220 0500 f: 020 7220 0597 e: info@finncap.com www.finncap.com
cpap man
20/9/2017
11:26
CyanConnode* (CORP) Order book grows to $100m Ticker: CYAN Market Cap: £33.6m Price: 28.0p Target Price: 100.0p CyanConnode’s order book has grown to $100m with the receipt of a $29m purchase order from its Ukrainian partner, NIK. This is quite remarkable for a company reporting H1 revenue of £0.6m. The latest and largest-ever order arrives on the back of the interim results, a share consolidation and a major placing. While the company has steadily been amassing huge orders for its leading-edge networking modules and software, our July initiation noted a funding gap to it achieving cash flow breakeven on the back of that volume. With a recent acceleration in sales momentum – including last month’s $10m third contract for smart meters in Bangladesh – the company took the opportunity to raise £8.6m from equity that should see it start to deliver on this huge and growing order book and an even larger potential follow-on pipeline. Alongside the fundraising, the Interim results were released – in line with expectations – and there has been a 200:1 share consolidation to reduce the number of shares to a manageable 120m post the placing. To view our full back catalogue of research notes and search for information on specific stocks or sectors, please visit the Research Portal. This research should be read in conjunction with the disclaimer and disclosures contained within the attached report. Corporate Broking 60 New Broad St London EC2M 1JJ t: 0207 220 0500 f: 020 7220 0597 e: info@finncap.com www.finncap.com
cpap man
20/9/2017
11:25
Incidentally, everything showing as a sell at .0015 are actually buys as one of them is mine.
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