Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Deltex Medical Group LSE:DEMG London Ordinary Share GB0059337583 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.01p -0.73% 1.365p 1.33p 1.40p 1.375p 1.365p 1.375p 1,407,713 12:43:52
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 5.5 -2.5 -0.9 - 6.70

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24/2/2018
17:20
Re the latest French tender win , which is in fact an extension of previous tender wins ''The terms of the tender, which replaces a previous tender originally awarded in 2011 and extended in 2014, requires Gamida to supply 70 new CardioQ-ODM+ monitors free of charge to AHPP hospitals. Deltex is supporting this requirement by supplying the monitors at very low margin and has this month received orders of GBP0.1m for 50 monitor systems, with the remaining 20 monitors to be supplied out of Gamida's own inventory.'' This reads to me as DEMG have to lay out 50 monitor systems straight away for next to nothing ie zero profit 1. How much turnover and profit have come from the old previous French tenders ? 2. What is the minimum number of probes that will be used in year one ? 3. What is the minimum number of probes that will be used in year 2 ? This tender could in practical terms be loss making for the first 2 years
buywell3
22/2/2018
09:02
20/2/2018: Deltex extends agreement for continuing sales to a large Paris hospital system 22/2/2018: LiDCO signs agreement with Spacelabs Healthcare SAS France to distribute LiDCO products in France. I'm not saying it's aliens, but... IT'S ALIENS!
arf dysg
21/2/2018
15:24
I have a theory that bureaucracy is like entropy, i.e. there is a fundamental law of physics which says that it always increases. I don't fear that trade with the EU will have _different_ bureaucrats, but I do fear that any possible trade barriers will unfortunately result in _more_ bureaucrats.
arf dysg
21/2/2018
12:49
I don't know if I've become confused by the Brexit arguments, but isn't one of them that its much better to replace the elite EU dodgy foreigner bureaucrats who were wasting our hard-earned money, by our own, who have been much better trained to do that job over the years ? Which then means that at least the money that we've wasted is more likely to be spent in the UK.
yump
21/2/2018
11:41
Let's hope that our glorious leaders don't completely wreck the trade deal. Every difficulty makes jobs for bureaucrats and takes money away from people who actually do something useful, like making ultrasonic probes.
arf dysg
21/2/2018
09:14
The profit is in selling the 34000 probes at 80%+ gross margin.
wigwammer
20/2/2018
20:30
There's no profit in the machines, as you well know. (or should) Why are you banging on about it?
maxk
20/2/2018
19:33
Where is the profit ? ''The terms of the tender, which replaces a previous tender originally awarded in 2011 and extended in 2014, requires Gamida to supply 70 new CardioQ-ODM+ monitors free of charge to AHPP hospitals. Deltex is supporting this requirement by supplying the monitors at very low margin and has this month received orders of GBP0.1m for 50 monitor systems, with the remaining 20 monitors to be supplied out of Gamida's own inventory.''
buywell3
20/2/2018
13:04
What is particularly fun to imagine is a solid-gold meteorite landing on their HQ and striking oil.
arf dysg
20/2/2018
11:23
This may just at last be turning the corner, imagine if all of a sudden our NHS came to its senses !! I suppose I can dream on !!!
parsons4
20/2/2018
10:56
Agree, let us hope we can finally deliver in the years to come.........
chrisdgb
20/2/2018
10:46
Today's announcement looks fantastic. "public hospital system of the city of Paris and its suburbs. It includes over 40 hospitals" ...sounds large... "and is linked to the University of Paris." ...and likely to lead to teaching and influencing, leading the way for the rest of France. "The tender [...] minimum value of over EUR4m over the eight year tender." "replaces a previous tender originally awarded in 2011 and extended in 2014" That's what I like to see. A customer coming back for more, not once but twice. "This is the largest value tender ever awarded anywhere for the Company's products"
arf dysg
15/2/2018
09:35
Interesting comment by Mr Munger, Berkshire Hathway: 'the US healthcare system is “evil”. A dying American is like a rotting carcass on an African plain, as profiteers circle like hyenas'. I guess the focus is on profits NOT the patient for both insurers and hospitals.
ramnik007
12/2/2018
15:44
I don't know but the company's recent annual loss is greater than ever.
arf dysg
09/2/2018
17:18
How many cars were Tesla suppose to be producing by now? 20,000 per month? Just more smokescreen?
bigt20
09/2/2018
14:01
DEEPLY REGRET MULTIPLE ERRORS IN PREVIOUS ADVERTS. TESLA MILEAGE ACTUALLY 37,000,000
arf dysg
08/2/2018
14:47
TESLA FOR SALE. ONE CAREFUL OWNER. MILEAGE: 34,000,000. BUYER COLLECTS FURY AS GARDEN CENTRE CHARGES LESS FOR FEMALE HOSE CONNECTORS CAR COMPANY SAYS ELON MUSK WILL LOSE DEPOSIT ON TESLA ROADSTER DALMATION DOG SUICIDAL AFTER DEVELOPING ACNE CORRECTION TO PREVIOUS ADVERT. TESLA MILEAGE ACTUALLY 34,500,000 LAMB BORN WITH FIVE AND A HALF LEGS THREATENS MINT SAUCE CRISIS REGRET ERRORS IN PREVIOUS ADVERTS. TESLA MILEAGE ACTUALLY 35,000,000
arf dysg
07/2/2018
19:23
Are we about to see a rise?!?!
bigt20
01/2/2018
16:05
WOMAN WHO FAINTED ON THE LONDON EYE SAID TO BE COMING ROUND SLOWLY POST-BREXIT STATUS TO BE "FREE UNITED KINGDOM WITH INDEPENDENT TRADING STATUS" UNDER-18s TOO IMMATURE TO VOTE, SAYS MINISTER FROM PARTY TOO USELESS TO GOVERN INGVAR KAMPRAD'S FUNERAL POSTPONED AS NO-ONE CAN ASSEMBLE HIS COFFIN hxxp://www.newsbiscuit.com/2018/01/31/titanic-leak-doesnt-take-into-account-captain-mays-preferred-scenario/ hxxp://www.newsbiscuit.com/
arf dysg
01/2/2018
09:29
Some headlines that might be of interest: 1st. Feb 2018 09:15am ADVFN announces the inaugural "Being wise after the event" poster award. Head of the judging panel commented: "This happens so often on our bb's that we thought a proper award was in order. The inaugural prize winner was an easy unanimous decision, based on multiple posts on various discussion boards." "The winner is: buywell3 and we have also included buywell: 1-99 just in case"
yump
31/1/2018
18:51
What sort of ''Risk Management'' does the USA Hospital undertake that has awarded the recent ODM contract ? Also what other types of Equipment were tested ? I know the tests were over 12 months ago but does this USA Hospital realize that DEMG are now on life support themselves ?
buywell3
31/1/2018
10:54
Interesting news in the FT today: Berkshire Hathaway, Amazon, and JPMorgan intend to join forces in a not-for-profit venture to provide more affordable healthcare. Good news, but I wonder if and how this might affect DEMG. The focus on cost ought to help DEMG, but industry churn might lengthen decision making processes.
gnnmartin
28/1/2018
17:23
All's buywell that bellends well.
arf dysg
28/1/2018
15:23
I think you'll find it's called "chucking good money after bad". Anyone holding these would indeed be looking for some light at the end of the tunnel, the problem is, the tunnel entrance still hasn't been found, it's the king's magic suit all over again, unless of course you like to lie awake at night and ponder your illogical investment decisions!
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