Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Emmerson LSE:EML London Ordinary Share IM00BDHDTX83 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.10p +2.82% 3.65p 1,548,391 14:09:10
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3.50p 3.80p 3.70p 3.55p 3.55p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments -0.20 -1.21 1.8

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14/11/201818:25Emmerson Plc - Cash shell looking for investments181
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2018-11-16 14:08:593.6375,0002,718.75O
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Emmerson Daily Update: Emmerson is listed in the Nonequity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EML. The last closing price for Emmerson was 3.55p.
Emmerson has a 4 week average price of 3.35p and a 12 week average price of 2.65p.
The 1 year high share price is 4.95p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.65p.
There are currently 48,183,344 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,057,040 shares. The market capitalisation of Emmerson is £1,758,692.06.
cpap man: Current BROKER BUY share price target for EML is 11p New BROKER BUY share price target for EML will be some where in the 15p to 25p range
adorling: Quietly building a a compelling low cost of production Potash business with low cost of transportation and logistics: “Potential for Very Low Capital Cost Port Upgrade for Khemisset Potash Project and Scoping Study Progressing Ahead of Schedule” Have invested for a 2 year timeline for multiple returns of current undervalued share price.
bazildonbond: It's not old news we need to get this moving, looking at the potential here (if it's all true what they claim) i'm surprised that there is a constant seller preventing a rise (because there are lots of buys shown), of course this could be an early investor and having doubled their investment locking in some profit, tho if everything as it's portrayed i wouldn't be so eager to sell. Their Broker (which is their job to talk up the share price) has a fully risked price of 11p, given what we are told i'm surprised it hasn't risen a little more than it has. I am reasonably confident, given the information we have been given to date, EML could turn out to be a good medium to long term investment. Rome wasn't built in a day.
goodbloke1: Research: that explains the rise in share price yesterday despite the volume of sales going through yesterday! ?
cpap man: Brokers note states 11p but recent extremely positive news flow has NOT yet been factored in hence the 15p+ Medium to longer term the same broker note states that the share price could hit 60p+
cpap man: Looks very much like EML are now headed to that initial broker share price target of 11p+ In light of recent positive events this could well get revised upwards in the near term?!?!? Also remember that the U/R share price target by the same broker is some 60p+
cpap man: Agreed maverick247 and remember that EML have a broker buy note with a EML share price target of 11p Reckon that in light of recent news that this EML share price target could well get revised upwards again!
wiseacre: The point I was making was that the prior announcement triggered a 25% drop in share price which allowed the vendors (ie Dattels & Mellon) to pick up 25% more shares for their money. Entirely innocent of course.
wiseacre: The asset in question (in the Central African Republic) doesn't amount to a row of beans and the little local difficulty can probably be ironed out. Of far more significance are Ferrum's other interests in Cameroon and Sierra Leone. Bearing in mind that Dattels and Mellon participated recently in a private placement at 2p the fall in today's share price looks like a buying opportunity not many are interested in buying anything in this market
marben100: My "take" on the issue is here: I don't do share price predictions but I do calculate that EML is currently trading at a 43% discount to its assets, which strikes me as rather cheap. ;0) I do expect that its investment in Kalahari will probably turn into cash within the next two years (probably sooner). I also expect that when it does, it will be at an equivalent Kalahari share price significantly higher than the current one. Whether EML will pay any of the cash out to shareholders remains an open question. What the market will value EML at, as a cash shell, is another open question - but I'd be surprised if it still discounted the cash by 43%. If, say, Kalahari eventually went for 350p/share (equivalent to an Extract share price less than A$15 at current exchange rates), then EML would be sitting on around 19p/share of cash. If it traded at a 20% discount to the cash, that would be an share price of around 15p. Cheers, Mark
Emmerson share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
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