Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Eco Animal Health Group Plc LSE:EAH London Ordinary Share GB0032036807 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -14.00 -5.62% 235.00 230.00 240.00 249.00 235.00 249.00 16,564 15:16:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 74.6 15.2 17.6 13.4 159

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/5/2013
08:34
Yes, I note that the maximum you could get hold of earlier was 2,500 as against 10,000 last week and that the price is edging up. Looks to me like the overhang has been cleared and that a steady movement back up to the 260-270 range is quite on the cards.
pentangle
01/5/2013
08:15
Still only small quantities available.
shroder
25/4/2013
12:27
Excellent opportunity to get a reasonable holding. A few weeks back you could only get these 500 at a time, but of late they have been available in 10,000 lots and even today you could get 5,000 at a go. I have hoovered up a few :-)
pentangle
25/4/2013
12:00
I got the exact same response! Impressed to his openess and reassured by the apparent reason for the drop.....
audigger
25/4/2013
11:49
In reply to my query Mr Lawrence of EAH has promptly replied as follows "Our brokers, Cenkos, tell me that Killicks have been selling just a few of their 1m shares for some clients and as you can see from the link to the London Stock Exchange on our website, the volumes are simply a number of very small retail sales. The market makers are still paranoid about holding any marginally liquid AiM stocks and will mark prices down rapidly. As ever, our institutional holders, who hold about 80% of the company, do not buy small amounts of stocks and when our brokers have enough shares to offer them, they will....which may be today? They are trying! Meanwhile, as we are in a closed period, the company may not buy into treasury and the directors may not deal at these attractive levels which is somewhat frustrating timing! There is nothing more to add at this time. Thank you for your support and for being in touch."
cnx
25/4/2013
07:36
looks like any selling pressure in EAH has eased and probably gone...guess we are going back up. Hopefully anyway! smell
smelleroo
25/4/2013
07:17
Have topped-up. If I can free up some more cash I will top-up again.
audigger
25/4/2013
05:43
cnx, that was the address I emailed yesterday pm; no response to date. Could be an interesting day today with possibility of poor GDP dragging the market much lower and the possibility of an RNS from EAH indicating no underlying issues.
audigger
25/4/2013
00:06
Digger what was EAH reply? Thanks EAH queries to: julia.trouse@ecoanimalhealth.com
cnx
24/4/2013
20:36
Probably just the impact of the sell above. Creates a good opportunity for buyers. I have enough, but certainly not selling!
topvest
24/4/2013
20:30
I emailed the company to ask if there would be an RNS. As IT indicates the main issue is that this share has very little liquidity. Consequently it often jumps sharply in a falling market and falls sharply in a rising one! However, I've been a holder for around 7-8 years and I've never seen it drop this much in a short space of time when the general market is relativiely ok. Assuming the fundamentals haven't changed (and there's no reason to suspect they have) then this is an excellent opportunity to add. I haven't added yet as I want to see a bounce first and hopefully an RNS to the effect that underlying business is on-track or even ahead of expectations (due to increased sales). It may well recover quickly if such an RNS appears.
audigger
24/4/2013
17:11
Sorry guys but I had to sell 50,000 shares over the last few weeks(still holding 300,000).The company is trading well and the share price will recover in due course.The main issue here is liquidity not the business!
ltinvestor
24/4/2013
13:24
does anyone know how to contact the FD and ask? if something major wrong the last update, "outlook" will need some explanation
cnx
24/4/2013
12:50
This share price fall all seems a bit naughty The BOD should certainly put out a rns to say there's no reason for the fall Is AIM Falling by the same percentage who is selling? anyone Having said all that perhaps the fair value is 220 and someone pumped up the volume not many analysts follow the share one has to accept that this company is a stable slow grower no quick bucks here
waldron
24/4/2013
12:16
I've just had a quick look on google - nothing useful to explain this - but it does look a little odd
huttonr
24/4/2013
09:58
I wonder what's behind this sustained drop? If it goes much lower I think the company will need to issue an RNS
audigger
18/4/2013
12:12
This is turning in to quite a significant and sustained drop. Arguably an excellent opportunity to add!
audigger
03/4/2013
20:00
http://www.kxlo-klcm.com/site/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1083:study-says-mrsa-can-jump-from-animals-to-humans&catid=8:ag-news-pod&Itemid=115 greater attention on the food chain, me thinks.
smelleroo
12/3/2013
22:17
its good news week
waldron
12/3/2013
21:27
ECO Animal Health drug has FDA approval as antibiotic use comes to fore 1:54 pm by Giles Gwinnett AIVLOSIN is a water soluble formulation and treats swine ileitis - a common disease in pigs ECO Animal Health Group's (LON:EAH) AIVLOSIN is an approved drug for diseased pigs, the company highlighted on Tuesday. It conforms to the safety evaluation by the FDA (US Food and Drug Administration), which looks at the animal to which the drug is given and the safety of any humans which may consume that animal. It comes as the issue of antibiotic use comes to the fore again and its use for treating animals. Fears have also been raised that the overuse of antibiotics in humans has led to dangerous bacteria developing a resistance to them. The horsemeat in meals scandal has also served to trigger fears about what has been given to animals in treatment and feed and whether this can be passed to the human food chain. AIVLOSIN is a water soluble formulation and treats swine ileitis - a common disease in pigs. AIVLOSIN fully complies with the concept of judicious antimicrobial use. To receive FDA approval, AIVLOSIN satisfied all elements of the FDA risk-assessment model. "When used according to label instructions, AIVLOSIN is the ideal medication for the judicious and effective control of ileitis due to its low effective therapeutic dose rate and short duration of treatment that targets a specific infection in swine," it said in a technical report about the drug and surrounding issues. http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/54681/eco-animal-health-drug-has-fda-approval-as-antibiotic-use-comes-to-fore-54681.html SOUNDS GREAT! smell
smelleroo
06/3/2013
12:37
good spot - huge potentialhere ! still think EAH is TOO CHEAP! smell
smelleroo
06/3/2013
12:21
http://uk.advfn.com/news/PRNUS/2013/article/56590656
waldron
14/2/2013
08:48
I think another aspect to profit going forward will be increased food prices. This will allow EAH to charge farmers more for their products.
audigger
13/2/2013
19:09
you must be the newest cat in the hood
waldron
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