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FDBK Feedback Plc

2.00 (2.05%)
Last Updated: 10:13:07
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Feedback Plc FDBK London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
2.00 2.05% 99.50 10:13:07
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
97.50 97.50 100.00 97.50
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No dividends issued between 05 Mar 2014 and 05 Mar 2024

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Posted at 05/3/2024 10:49 by ged5
This has been a good rise thanks imo to the hype going on on LSE. And don't forget this is only hype until some confirmation of contracts.

We've heard for several years now that FDBK have great products and are welcomed by those clinicians that have used Bleepa but it is about time for contracts to be announced.

I suspect end of March maybe April before contract news. Yesterday was a great time to top slice and with RSI so high today maybe the time for those who missed the opportunity.

Will the rise continue or will there be a retrace? Place your bets!
Posted at 04/3/2024 13:22 by ducatiman
Yump, there are a number of pieces of good news that could be imminent.
We could have 1 or multiples or of course as it’s Fdbk none.
Posted at 03/3/2024 09:27 by ducatiman
The stars are aligning LR2.
Along with the huge cost saving for rural diagnosis, partnership with an Indian co’ and the desire to eradicate TB by 2025 one would hope that Fdbk can gain a substantial contract in India.
Posted at 01/3/2024 19:18 by ducatiman
Correct Yump but Fdbk could save them a lot of money.
Posted at 01/3/2024 17:52 by yump
If fdbk get any sort of significant contract, including payment, from India, in the next 2 years I would eat my hat if I had one.

If they do get a contract, I hope they get UKEF to back it up.
Posted at 21/2/2024 11:10 by ducatiman
Must be a great company to work for, staff given a cost of living rise! TO obviously still struggling financially. Company I work for have said not to ask for a payrise, we’re in a recession.
No recession at Fdbk obviously, unless you look at the figures.
Let’s see if the Chuckle brothers can find some easy questions to answer.
Posted at 05/2/2024 16:45 by petekand
Complete nonsense as usual from the biggest bull of FDBK. What next? Shall we all contribute towards an all expenses paid holiday for Tom.
Sunak finally admits today that his plan to reduce waiting lists has been an utter failure as all his other policies. Who elected this fool? Oh nobody.
Posted at 14/1/2024 11:09 by yump
What’s the point of posting the message over and over ? Especially from a non-shareholder like ydddr who clearly needs to get a life. Noone will give you the respect you clearly think you deserve having sold out. Why not get it by doing something constructive you sad little man.

Clearly FDBK is being ramped wildly on a daily basis and needs a bit of balance.
Posted at 28/12/2023 12:55 by ged5
He probably still believes that NHS trusts will see Bleepa on twitter and ring him up.

We've been very patient so far but that is wearing very thin.

I'd like to believe FDBK will gain a few contracts in March/April but that would be easier if the CEO and CFO demonstrated a show of confidence by buying some effin' shares.

Normally I'd be looking to buy more shares when it's so oversold but this time there's a reason for it being oversold.
Posted at 19/12/2023 07:38 by yump
Positively, more trials, one being regional, which means some parts of the NHS are working together - whatever next ! There was me thinking they all view themselves as unique clinical operations that couldn’t possibly just copy something that works in other areas.

Negatively, more sales staff - really ?
Plus the implication of “strategic partners” is that the door to parts of the NHS is closed or “protectedR21; by incumbent suppliers. Or some parts of NHS don’t want another supplier to deal with and prefer a single source. “We’re interested but you need to go through company X.”

Had that myself on industrial sites and it took ages to get anywhere. You need the ear of someone in the final organisation who will drive it - however good your product is.

If thats the case, TO should have known it before he even came to FDBK and should have been using that approach partly from the start.

Finances pulled from digitisation to fund clinicians. And there was me believing that the clinicians were concerned about the state of the NHS, that’s what was on their waving placards.

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