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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Feedback Plc LSE:FDBK London Ordinary Share GB0003340550 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.125 290,738 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.10 1.15 1.125 1.125 1.125
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 0.56 -1.13 -0.29 12
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:11:14 O 15,000 1.12 GBX

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22/9/2020
09:20
Feedback Daily Update: Feedback Plc is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FDBK. The last closing price for Feedback was 1.13p.
Feedback Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.13p and a 12 week average price of 0.88p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.35p.
There are currently 1,066,931,686 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,071,404 shares. The market capitalisation of Feedback Plc is £12,002,981.47.
24/8/2020
12:50
kinwah: It is amazing how the sellers have their fingers hovering over the dealing button ready to take advantage of any uptick in the share price. Any spike up only lasts a few minutes before it gets whacked hard.
30/7/2020
22:31
lr2: Well I've had a surreal evening. I usually go for a walk for about an hour or so after the market closes. Tonight's walk took me past the local Catholic church where I saw a Friar in full regalia standing outside. The church was completely locked up. Thought I'd stop for a chat only to find he spoke no English, only Italian. Got the gist of some of what he was saying. Turns out he's on a penitence walk from his Friarage in Sicily heading towards Knock in Ireland and he had a mate who was up the road looking for help getting a bed for the night. Much to my surprise, his mate returned with a nun (never seen one of those around here before) who was offering to put the foot sore Friars in a local Travelodge for the night. All was going well until the elder Friar decided he couldn't break his penitence walk by staying in such luxury... yeah, I know, it's a Travelodge FFS. Anyway, a passer by who looks as though she hasn't got 2 pennies to rub together gives the nun £60 to house these Friars but the Friars said 'No'. They'd got all the way from Sicily to England without taking money and weren't going to accept any now. So the Nun goes out and buys them some supplies at a nearby supermarket and I ponder on how to look after these strangely delightful guys. We wander back to my place via another two closed churches and I invite them in for a meal (rice and beans was all they would take) and I suggest they bunk down on the living room floor for the night. I thought that was the answer but, no, the chief penitent decided they couldn't do that and decided to go sleep in the graveyard surrounding the most imposing church. Before they left, they placed a blessing on my property (all in Italian) and then blessed all the inhabitants which covered me, my son, his girlfriend and her 2 Vietnamese rescue dogs. Now, if this share price takes off again tomorrow I will consider myself well and truly blessed. Catholics eh! Lovely people. Especially the Sicilian ones.
23/7/2020
17:33
lr2: Pretty even buy / sell numbers. Buyers just ahead. Whilst there are sellers around there's no reason to raise the share price. Patience is a virtue. Whilst we wait, here's 10 seconds of magic. Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFv0iurDvFk
11/5/2020
17:29
yump: Don't worry, increasing use in the NHS hopefully doesn't depend on the powers that be watching TV, although the share price might depend on publicity. Which one do people want ? That's the clue to where the share price will go.
27/4/2020
01:12
bunz3: not good for the day traders from when share was over one pound try to deramp have most people at ncyt listend to them them don't think so looking at share price looking at number of buys last week even no don't don't think so have people done their own research read rns , even though buyers not listening to derampers /day traders they have given up even spending their time day and night ,weekends /day and night they trying so hard YET THEY FAILING so good of progress at ncyt so good of rns released at ncyt now that ncyt now manufacturing 4 MILLION COVID 19 TESTING KITS PER MONTH more buyers loading waiting for even more good rns will the next number of weeks see the share price start to move up TO A SHARE PRICE TO MATCH THE PROGRESS BY NCYT
24/4/2020
08:42
meganxmas: White dont think that puts a cap on the price in any way. Think it aligns everyone (from this point ... I accept that many bought long ago at far higher amounts). Recipients have to buy them and only benefit when share price is above (hopefully very well above) 1.2p. I prefer more onerous hurdles but am quite happy to see everyone aligned to the same goal of share price appreciation.
16/4/2020
21:36
yump: I can count at least 10 proactive videos on ORPH and only 1 from FDBK since last September. Thank God. imo proactive brown-noser 'interviews' full of pathetic platitudes are a contra-indicator. Hopefully FDBK is not run by financial bods just aiming to get the share price up.
29/3/2020
20:41
lr2: Https://ukinvestormagazine.co.uk/feedback-offers-bleepa-for-covid-19-use/ Feedback offers Bleepa for COVID-19 use By Andrew Hore - 29/03/2020 Feedback (LON: FDBK) is offering its Bleepa medical imaging communications platform to help with COVID-19. Hospitals will be able to use it for free. Bleepa was launched last July. It can be used to transmit encrypted data between a hospital and a clinician’s own device when they are away from the hospital. Images, such as x-rays, CT scans and ultrasound scans can be sent. In the case of COVID-19, images of the lungs of patients can be transmitted. The image quality means that important decisions can be made from these images. Bleepa uses Feedback’s Cadran picture archiving and communications system. There is also an encrypted messaging function. Bleepa is the main focus for Feedback and it offers the potential for significant recurring revenues. AIM-quoted Feedback secured the first pilot study for Bleepa with The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust, which has been using Bleepa for respiratory requests. This pilot was near to completion, but it has been suspended for the time being. Self-isolation One of the attractions of Bleepa is that it can be used by clinicians that are self-isolating. They can continue to help with diagnosis. The whole team can be in different locations and still be able to work together. There has been a significant increase in chest x-rays and CT scans. These can be assessed via Bleepa and there is no concern about security. This will help to make clinicians aware of the effectiveness of Bleepa and how it can be helpful at any time. The Feedback share price has been highly volatile. There was a jump in the share price, but it fell back to 0.65p.
06/6/2019
09:37
kinwah: Times article today on the NHS looking to fast-track new machine learning technologies. At least it has given the FDBK share price a boost.
29/5/2019
18:51
hedgehog 100: From the IQAI thread: LR2 8 May '19 - 20:59 - 136 of 193 " ... Regarding Trevor Brown, I'd never bumped into him before Feedback but when I did I was disgusted at aspects of his behaviour and decided to investigate him. That was enlightening. The main thing I found at that time was him posting both here and elsewhere under two different pseudonyms and what he posted was, I believed, detrimental to Feedback in general and TexRAD in particular. Ironic really when TexRAD was, and still is, the core software component of Stone Checker. ... " LR2, As promised after your postings on the IQAI thread today, I am paying a 'return visit' ... it would be rude not to! Are you aware of the irony of your being 'so disgusted' at someone posing negative comments about a company? So disgusted apparently that you decide to do exactly the same yourself! And under two different pseudonyms (LR2 here, and Elartu on LSE). And your grudge against Trevor Brown seems to be a classic case of 'shooting the messenger for the message'. You don't like the fact that he flagged up some time ago that FDBK had the wrong strategy. Though all the evidence suggests that he was absolutely right. So if you're going to get angry against anyone, surely you should get angry with the FDBK directors who ignored his advice, rather than with TB for giving that advice? Or am I missing something? It's also deeply concerning that you apparently wish that this important information for investors in FDBK should have been suppressed. So let me set out a few home truths about FDBK. Let's make it a round ten, shall we? (Albeit they're probably obvious to many FDBK shareholders here ... how many have I heard say 'it's just not worth me selling now ...'?) - • Public question marks about the company's strategy. • A pitiful 4% sales growth (at its interim stage) after years of trying. • £738K. annualised pre-tax losses at the interim stage. • Those losses will increase with the recruitment drive etc. • Current cash likely to be below £1M., probably enough for about a year. • Little potential short term excitement expected. • No exciting growth story. • Chart in an entrenched downtrend, and generally declining trading volumes. • No recent director share buying, despite the depressed share price, and not being in a close period. • By the end of 2019 FDBK will be in fundraising countdown mode, with one due within months by then. Who would like to predict the price of FDBK's next fundraising? Current share price 0.725p, market cap. £2.71M. Don't be surprised if IQAI's sales in the current year are actually HIGHER than FDBK's. As well as its losses and current market cap. (£1.44M. at 1.2p) being LOWER. And as regards turnover growth rate ... IQAI will just blow FDBK away.
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