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CYAN Cyanconnode Holdings Plc

8.10
0.20 (2.53%)
14 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cyanconnode Holdings Plc LSE:CYAN London Ordinary Share GB00BF93WP34 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.20 2.53% 8.10 8.00 8.20 8.10 7.90 7.90 323,241 12:34:57
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Electronic Components, Nec 11.73M -2.41M -0.0074 -10.95 26.22M
Cyanconnode Holdings Plc is listed in the Electronic Components sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CYAN. The last closing price for Cyanconnode was 7.90p. Over the last year, Cyanconnode shares have traded in a share price range of 7.20p to 17.75p.

Cyanconnode currently has 323,664,064 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Cyanconnode is £26.22 million. Cyanconnode has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -10.95.

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08/3/2024
16:26
Let's hope you're right MT. That would be very good indeed if it were to come to pass. To be fair, I am not looking for anything market sensitive, just info on how the existing contracts are progressing. The sort of ongoing stuff that appears on Twitter but is not available to the Luddites could easily be put on to the CC India section of the website, which is woefully out of date. Anyway, we look forward once more to another Monday and and hope that this will be the week.
derek ten bag
08/3/2024
13:44
MT, I certainly wouldn’t dismiss that possibility. Silence is Golden…… maybe
tightfist
08/3/2024
12:45
Not necessarily a poor show. They couldn't say anything if, for example, a corporate deal was being lined up alongside the results.....
markingtime
08/3/2024
08:36
Remember the good old days when the company kept in reasonable touch with the shareholders? Happy days. An update of some description must be due soon. Aren't the finals in March? If it wasn't for the likes of Vascular and LTI on the other site we wouldn't have a clue what's going on. Poor show really.
derek ten bag
06/3/2024
16:16
Hi FB

Who isn't doing the same?

We sit here holding like a bunch of lemons, while those in the know trade the F out of it, knowing that they're not going be caught with their pants down. Really sick and tired of it.

Even our biggest shareholder (Mr Tremendously Upbeat) hits the sell button as he's telling the world how tremendously upbeat he is about the co. Low.

GL anyway.

ITT

inthetin
06/3/2024
15:33
I have to say that I am beginning to doubt my decision to hold/add.
folderboy
06/3/2024
15:33
I have to say that I am beginning to doubt my decision to hold/add.
folderboy
06/3/2024
14:36
Hi MB; I totally agree that India needs to be THE priority at CC, just as the company have said repeatedly. There are multiple tailwinds compared with other territories - not least the economic case behind RDSS and the Modi political willpower. Even then this IMO will never be a straightforward and speedy journey when there are diverse interests to reconcile, combined with a an emerging plethora of wannabes.
tightfist
06/3/2024
10:54
HPL Q3 transcript.
homebrewruss
06/3/2024
10:13
Much easier to sell the dream (and keep it going on and on and on) when it's India and its 1.4 billion people too.
inthetin
06/3/2024
10:00
Hi DTB :)

India is the big prize for sure and that's where the focus should be IMHO.

Other markets though interesting are not of the same size from a TAM perspective. Also many developing countries don't have earmarked funds for smart metering and reliant on World Bank, USAid, DfW, ADB, DFID etc for capex funding and this is pretty expensive at scale. So most developing markets have this inherent barrier and conversations could stay at an "aspirational level" till the realities change on the ground.

The Middle East is cash rich and these rules don't apply, but populations are very small comparatively. Nordics are cash rich but again tiny populations. So to be meaningful from a revenue point of view, markets outside India have to have "ring fenced" smart metering funds and meaningful populations/TAM to make sense to deploy manpower/to chase contracts - hence these will be peripheral largely to CYAN (unless above criteria are met IMHO). So my gut feeling is that "in country" partners in the sector will approach CYAN at trade shows for technology partnerships/joint bids for contracts etc rather than CYAN chasing smart metering tenders in these countries.

I could be wrong of course :)

multibagger
06/3/2024
09:32
I have been checking that regularly and that is definitely a new addition. Yesterday there were only the other five members of the India team. Whatever. Good to see.
derek ten bag
06/3/2024
09:13
Ajoy Rajani is on the website here
and also displays his position at Cyanconnode on his Twitter and Linkedin profiles.

homebrewruss
06/3/2024
09:05
Morning Multi, good to have you back. I have said on a number of occasions that having business in several territories is a positive and been rather shouted down by those who say it must all be about India. I agree that India is a huge market and we are right to stay fully focused on it, but the potential from MENA, Thailand and elsewhere should not be minimised. The fact that the company described the recent Thailand deal as 'significant' was, I think, an attempt to send a message to shareholders that it has the potential to be increasingly important to us going forward. I would also like to see something coming out of our tie-up with SEW. I do feel that the company needs to improve its communications with shareholders. The website needs to be updated for a start and it would be good to be kept up to speed with what is happening on the ground. And as a matter of interest, what are your thoughts on Ajoy Rajani? He was one of our key players in CC India and has been taken off the website. That puzzles me.
derek ten bag
06/3/2024
08:50
The market values Cyan at somewhere between 7p and 14p (market cap of £21M - £42m).
Nothing but orders is going to change that so the yo-yoing in the share price between 7p & 14p will grind on for as long as that takes, if indeed orders do ever come.

inthetin
06/3/2024
07:42
Good morning SBP and all :)

All fine thank you and hope things are good for you too !

I have been to India very recently and spent a few weeks there to see things on the ground. Indian economy and stock market is moving at very rapid pace for Indians though it may seem very dull for us over here. Genchi genbutsu......makes a difference. As we are coming to the end of the Indian financial year, it could/should trigger some news given RDSS incentives and penalties.

I don't believe CYAN is a binary bet - the downside is pretty limited as we have a growing presence in many other countries as well. The question to me is how big is the upside for us at this time ? Our collaboration with SI Labs seems to have been strategically well thought out and I am sure we will meet the new regulatory compliance, if not already.

Our UK stock market is constrained with little disposable income for investing and large fund withdrawals...so this is something that has to be endured. Budget today and I don't expect any miracles....let us see if the extra funds towards a British ISA makes an appearance or whether Pension providers are permitted/required to invest more in the UK market - if they do, it could help sentiment a bit.

Good luck all :)

multibagger
05/3/2024
16:30
I'd like to know how many shares PM Group are actually holding today. On the Cyan website, it says that they hold 10.996% of the co but my guess is that they don't hold that many - probably about 3 million less is my guess.

Also, it's about time they removed C Jones from the shareholders page on the co website because he hasn't been a director since the end of January.

inthetin
05/3/2024
15:56
Sorry, should read 'are there buys in there that are listed as sells?'
derek ten bag
05/3/2024
15:48
Almost all the trades today are down as sells. Is that correct or are there nuys in there that are listed as sells? Either way, it's time we got some communication from the company regarding progress.
derek ten bag
05/3/2024
14:16
Looks like 300k dumped earlier this morning at 11p. Feels like we've gone back in time by 3 months. Ho hum.
gleach23
05/3/2024
13:58
Positive noises and yet the price drops ... shall I add?

Of course I shall/have. As young master pike suggests you either back the belief or you walk away.

folderboy
05/3/2024
13:14
mb, nice to hear from you and hope all is well. This is significant, many thanks.

I believe Cyan is looking binary now, either we get the success that the evidence points to in India and the share price will be a multiple of where it is now, or all of us have missed something important that will prevent that. I can't see many in between options. FWIW I think the former and I am backing that belief with a not insubstantial investment.

Best regards SBP

stupidboypike
05/3/2024
10:05
Good morning all :)

Been kindly brought to my attention as it appears to be a very significant development in the smart city and smart metering ecosystem....we have been name checked !



Good luck all !

multibagger
04/3/2024
17:36
Changing banks could be a very good thing. It was mentioned about 6 months ago I think that they were discussing lines of credit with Indian banks. IMO this would be a far better route to the cash needed to service large orders than yet more share dilution. We live in hope. Best regards SBP
stupidboypike
04/3/2024
17:08
Don't knock it ITT. Irrelevant sh*te is surely better than nothing.
derek ten bag
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