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FDBK Feedback Plc

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08 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Feedback Plc LSE:FDBK London Ordinary Share GB00BJN59X09 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 72.00 5,549 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
70.00 74.00 72.00 72.00 72.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Electronic Computers 1.03M -2.92M -0.2188 -3.29 9.6M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:17:46 O 2,000 73.9999 GBX

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08/12/202317:25FEEDBACK plc Medical Imaging Technology11,137
04/11/201907:39Feedback 35
01/11/201815:33****Feedback PLC****3,006
03/2/201011:50Feedback looks interesting - could easily be a ten bagger over next year396
03/9/200210:53ainsley long .........................quick shart it2

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Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2023-12-08 16:17:4874.002,0001,480.00O
2023-12-08 16:03:4174.00286211.64O
2023-12-08 15:07:3973.001,6411,197.93O
2023-12-08 15:00:1373.001,6221,184.06O

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Posted at 09/12/2023 08:20 by Feedback Daily Update
Feedback Plc is listed in the Electronic Computers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FDBK. The last closing price for Feedback was 72p.
Feedback currently has 13,334,659 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Feedback is £9,600,954.
Feedback has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -3.29.
This morning FDBK shares opened at 72p
Posted at 28/11/2023 11:37 by ducatiman
Yump, he’d like to get his hands on Texrad but can’t afford it so he’s hoping Fdbk go down the pan so he can get it cheaply.
Posted at 18/11/2023 15:51 by ducatiman
Texrad is a superb product. The reason I first invested here.
A shame it is no longer being marketed and developed.
I’m sure one day it will be resurrected by someone.
It must have a value. If Fdbk don’t want it then sell it on.
I think I know someone who would like it!
Posted at 13/11/2023 13:14 by ged5
Barclay out. Was he not corrupt enough?

WTF is happening to this country? Someone not an MP involved in the Greensill scandal made a Lord so he can give Sunak more tips on corruption maybe?

Come on Atkins buy some shares in FDBK then get Bleepa in all hospitals.
Posted at 09/11/2023 13:37 by yump
I’ll have a look back. Just wondering if the latest wording is a bit more specific than the original. Ie if they actually want fdbk, then it would be perfectly ok to make the brief such that time is not wasted by other businesses tendering when they don’t meet all the criteria. A small point really.
Posted at 06/11/2023 23:00 by lr2
Hey Trevor, I see you told your fans (both of them) over at IQAI that you sold 2.675 million shares in IQAI in the last month.
I guess you're planning to invest the cash you raised into Feedback, hence your little poke here to try and bring the price down before entering. Sneaky boy!
Posted at 25/10/2023 17:28 by lr2

Today 17:53

RNS Number : 3158R
Feedback PLC
25 October 2023

Feedback plc

Director/PDMR Dealing

Feedback plc (AIM: FDBK, "Feedback" or the "Company"), the clinical infrastructure specialist, was informed on 24 October 2023 that on 7 September 2023, 5,422 ordinary shares of 50 pence each in capital of the Company ("Ordinary Shares") held by Annemijn Eschauzier, Non-Executive Director of the Company, were inadvertently sold at a price of 87.1 pence per Ordinary Share. This sale was made inadvertently due to a clerical error by the administrator of Annemijn Eschauzier's investment account during a transition of Annemijn Eschauzier's wider investment portfolio. Annemijn Eschauzier did not provide instruction for this sale to take place. Annemijn Eschauzier intends to repurchase the 5,422 Ordinary Shares.

Following this sale of Ordinary Shares, Annemijn Eschauzier holds an interest in 18 Ordinary Shares in the Company, representing 0.00% of the Company's issued share capital.
Posted at 12/9/2023 16:38 by ged5

It does read like a FDBK shorters thread.

Read the results RNS and listen to the presentation and you would wonder why there is so much discontent.

But then listen to last years presentation and other interviews such as the Sunday Roast and you might see that we have been led up the garden path. We were given great expectations and the company hasn't delivered on those expectations. Problems haven't been acknowledged and a realistic appraisal of the hurdles that needed to be jumped haven't been given.

Because of this some may have bought far too many and will now be realising massive losses. A little more caution was needed from the company and investors.

Treat this as a small company that has potential over a number of years not as one that will make you a fortune overnight. No it's more likely to lose you a fortune overnight.

The other problem is:-

Wages and salaries 2023 1,877,036 2022 1,267,740

and the CEO and CFO not owning shares.

To answer your question about enthusiasts. Not so sure I would go that far but I would consider adding to the shares I already own when the share price settles.
Posted at 10/7/2023 08:23 by ydderf
LR2, I hope it is a comfort to you, raising all that cash and issuing zillions of shares (the only reason market cap has increased, but even so, a lot less than money raised, most would appear to have been sent to money heaven).

I suggest a better indication of success is the share price, anyone buying FDBK in early 2018 would have lost 80% of their investment by today compared with IQAI where they would have retained nearly all of their investment. Investors now need a £5.70 Feedback share price just to break even.

Your loyalty to TO is admirable and impressive, but will butter no parsnips sadly
Posted at 15/11/2022 16:25 by chopper harris1
What the hell wwre they thinking of with the 200:1 consolidation?

10:1?, yes, possibly, if they wanted to make some kind of statement which might have taken the FDBK share price a little out of typical penny share territory in the eyes of some. But 200:1? Sheer bloody madness which has almost certainly given most of us very little chance of ever getting our money back.
Which clowns gave our hapless FDBK chumps this advice?
Posted at 07/6/2022 15:11 by lr2
Well after SSB started talking about the 'death cross' I started looking at the 50 and 200 day moving averages and saw that a high share price blip (up to 1.2p from memory) from the first half of November 2021 will work itself out of the 200 day MA pricing calculation soon and that the 200 and the 50 day MA's will get much closer in price when that occurs. Then, providing the current share price remains above 0.75p, the two averages might just about create a 'golden cross' in 6-7 weeks time. All bets are off though if the share price falls too far in the near term.

Now charts are not my thing as I readily admit but a 'golden cross' is a positive, right? And that 'death cross' occurred ages ago so I'm not putting any real current weight on it being a negative.

So some good revenue and a decent forward looking outlook should result in a higher share price and the higher price should lift the 50 day MA in return. Somewhere between 6-7 weeks should produce the 'golden cross' I calculate.

All bets are off if Putin nukes us or Theresa May becomes PM again.
Feedback share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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