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DEMG Deltex Medical Group Plc

0.025 (16.13%)
Last Updated: 08:23:23
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Deltex Medical Group Plc LSE:DEMG London Ordinary Share GB0059337583 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.025 16.13% 0.18 9,919,604 08:23:23
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.17 0.19 0.18 0.16 0.16
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Electromedical Apparatus 2.48M -1.15M -0.0006 -3.00 3.32M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
09:32:45 O 999 0.184 GBX

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Posted at 04/12/2023 08:38 by gbenson1
In the June results the company said they were increasing the stock of components to build new monitors, so can only assume they had shipped quite a few, DEMG are historically never bullish in their RNSs.
Posted at 14/11/2023 09:53 by gbenson1
Although the share price is down at an all time low there do seem to be some bottom feeders willing to buy shares, again due to the radio silence on the potential tender which was due in Aug/Sep is it right to assume we were unsuccessful? We urgently need some good news here on the new monitor sales or this is going to end badly!! Or has it always been the boards intention to take this private at a knock down price?
Posted at 14/10/2023 21:05 by mrc2u
Maybe.But the parrot did not have the choice of getting a new chair, new board, new monitor, new advisers and new marketing story.The DEMG board did and thought they knew better. Wrong.MrC
Posted at 29/9/2023 10:17 by mrc2u
There are too many directors, especially given how small a company they have turned DEMG into.They desperately need to get rid of the chair and then at least two others. But really ought to be looking for some completely new faces all round.Happy FridayMrC
Posted at 18/9/2023 06:52 by gbenson1
A pretty dire set of results but then we knew that. The next 6/9 months are going to define if DEMG has a future, the 2 positives out of the results for me are that the Asian tenders is not dead in the water yet? and the potential non evasive sales into a U.K. hospital where DEMG have struggled to achieve sales. My focus if I were employed at the company would be to concentrate on moving potential leads into firm cash sales, we need a more savvy forceful sales team.. They didn't give an update on how the new monitor trial is doing, I guess all will be revealed in the next set of results..
Posted at 03/8/2023 16:32 by hedgehog 100
10/04/2002 08:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Final Results LSE:DEMG Deltex Medical Group Plc
" ... Listing moved from Nasdaq Europe to AIM in November 2001
with £4.2 million net proceeds from an institutional placing ..."

At 0.25p, DEMG is now down over 99% since its transfer to AIM nearly 22 years ago:-
Posted at 15/7/2023 04:28 by amt
Basically the subscription values the existing company at about 2m, a quarter of existing share price. Anyway better than going bust since the non invasive product should do well when it comes into production in the next year or two.
About 70% dilution.
So at the end of it we should have about 1.8 million of cash and a market cap of about 4 million at share price of .2p
Not sure if my numbers are correct as all done in my head.
It looks like a million of cash will go to paying off debt etc so perhaps only 700k left to fund the business.
Posted at 06/7/2023 14:03 by gbenson1
Hi gnnmartin whilst I admire your initiative, there are lots of fund raising vehicles out there, sadly most take a percentage of the share capital and "normally" sell it over time for less than they received it, plunging the company into further debt. I think in some cases it's called death spiral financing. I think a company called YZP? comes to mind. The best way forward for DEMG would be another loan from the board albeit I think at 12% interest, but it would appear that even they are reluctant this time as perhaps the company have been back to the trough one too many times. I'm not involved in finance other than my own, but if the interest is there then perhaps Allenby can offer something at not too much of a discount to the current share price!! Worrying times, but finger crossed DEMG deserves better..
Posted at 06/7/2023 12:43 by gnnmartin
I have just sent the message below to Deltex. I can't put up enough to be useful to Sidam (note 11956), but I would like to maintain my share holding if a party feels they can take the company through to prosperity and is prepared to put in the cash to enable that.

My message: The RNS today said "The Board is ... currently exploring an equity fundraise ... any such equity fundraising is likely to be conducted at a material discount to the Group's current share price."

I hope that if you do decide on a fund raise, you will consider one modelled on the recent FireAngel fund raise. Deltex has many long standing shareholders who may be prepared to support the company yet again and be sorry to see their shareholding diluted, if there is a group of new investors ready to back the company subject (presumably) to actions they deem necessary.
Posted at 03/7/2023 18:40 by bugsbunny10
So if the share price was 10p to sell then it would cost £80,000,000 to by the company?
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