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FAB Fusion Antibodies Plc

3.20
-0.15 (-4.48%)
21 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fusion Antibodies Plc LSE:FAB London Ordinary Share GB00BDQZGK16 ORD 4P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.15 -4.48% 3.20 3.10 3.30 3.35 3.20 3.35 630,214 10:17:37
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Pharmaceutical Preparations 2.9M -2.6M -0.0272 -1.18 3.05M
Fusion Antibodies Plc is listed in the Pharmaceutical Preparations sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FAB. The last closing price for Fusion Antibodies was 3.35p. Over the last year, Fusion Antibodies shares have traded in a share price range of 3.10p to 9.75p.

Fusion Antibodies currently has 95,365,564 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Fusion Antibodies is £3.05 million. Fusion Antibodies has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -1.18.

Fusion Antibodies Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/12/2023
12:34
And down she goes again . Not looking very good for the rampers.
Unfortunately when funding is a major concern shares will drop until finances are sorted .

bones698
08/12/2023
10:49
Well FAB is all paid for, and not on leverage. I will take my chances here in riding them out. In the meantime a share that you will love is My Health Checked. They have 5m in the bank adding interest and a huge range of Covid products that are sold in boots and on Amazon etc. I think MHC is the safest share I hold.
luckyabbeygale
08/12/2023
10:46
Last week I sold ENET at 200 profit at 1.5p. Only hours later I could of had 600 more profit if I sold at 1.95p, and now they are 1.2p to sell. Same with Future metals two weeks ago. I sold at 2.8p and made 250 profit and then they went to 3.3p to sell and now just 1.5p. Therefore I understand what you mean about GDR. I have a talent at spotting them but bad timing as a trader.
luckyabbeygale
08/12/2023
10:37
luckyabbeygale,

Look back at the chart for FAB.

Can you see that massive fall in the share price in May? From c. 40p to about 6p?

That coincided with this RNS when the 5p placing was announced:



It's unlikely that the next placing will have such a huge discount. But it's also unlikely that FAB will make it through 2024 without yet another placing. If you disagree then buy, it's your choice and the decision is solely down to you.

JakNife

jaknife
08/12/2023
10:29
What about POLX since some traders refused to buy in after a great rns at 5.5p yesterday, because they need to raise funds. I bought at 5.5p and sold too soon at 7p and now they are 8p to sell and rising. These placing fears have cost me a lot more profit in both GDR and in POLX. Why should I make the same mistake again in FAB?.
luckyabbeygale
08/12/2023
10:06
luckyabbeygale,

Well done on making a quick profit on a scalp trade.

You appear to be referring to this post:



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luckyabbeygale,

"I missed the rise and was worried the sells start coming again. Therefore I only bought 200 pp at 6p and now I wish I bought a lot more."

You'll get the chance to buy a lot more at a lot lower, the accounts note that they expect to place in Q1.

JakNife
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This comment was based on the words in GDR's accounts:

"The Group and Company does not currently have sufficient cash resources to continue as a going concern during the forecast period due to the time expected to be needed to gain commercial traction in its revenues. Therefore, the Company will need to raise further equity, or other funding, in early 2024 in order to continue as a going concern. The forecasts prepared by the Directors include a plan to raise additional funds from equity investors or debt providers in early 2024 to allow the Company to continue as a going concern." [my bold]

see:

Q1 is a period of time that starts on 1 Jan 2024 and ends on 31 March 2024. I will entertain complaints about my post above at the end of Q1. In the meantime I wish you a joyous Christmas!

JakNife

jaknife
08/12/2023
09:48
JakNife you told me GDR will be a lot cheaper soon due to a placing. I bought at 6p and I sold at 6.75p. Now they are 9p to sell. Lesson learnt that FAB will be doing a Gene Drive and putting them placing idiots to rest.
luckyabbeygale
08/12/2023
01:28
Boiler room bunnies are hammering away lol
bobaxe1
07/12/2023
18:26
It's better to stay with the FAB's board that said the fund is enough to carry them through to BE. They certainly know more than you guys, and should have learnt their lessons. When the news of another deal hits the market, it could quadruple the share price in a day.
You never anticipated the NCI deal, likewise you don't know what's coming next.

daniel
07/12/2023
13:19
I suggest that they may never be able to raise again. When the pot dry's up, someone might pick up the dregs on the cheap - maybe Paul Warwick will be able it make an offer if he has some spare cash to pick the whole thing up, so he gets anther shot at it.
clocktower
07/12/2023
13:04
Must admit unless they manage to sign some decent deals they will be raising cash in the next few months for sure . Even with a big contract which hasn't arrived and is never guaranteed until it's signed the cash position is precarious and the longer they leave it and closer they get to running out of cash the worse the raise will be for investors ..
The mkt cap is minimal just over a million leaks anything decent could see this rocket but the odds of that are slim and it's this price for a reason.
I'll wait for news and financing before even thinking of investing here it's just very very high risk

bones698
06/12/2023
17:25
Jak the Jackal, the lone wolf; always looking for sheep to carry to his handlers.
I knew you from the late 90s and early 20s. You need to change your ways, stop misusing your forensic accounting experiences and invest in dividend-paying FTSE 100 companies. Good luck and happy Christmas

daniel
06/12/2023
17:18
LOL daniel - his warnings were spot on when the nasty Paul Warwick was trying desperately to shore up his position by ramping this and saying he was getting his friends to buy even when it bounced to 95p, as I think he must have swallowed hook sink and line what the previous Board of Directors feed him.

I never like to see Private Investors make losses but in his case I have no sympathy at all, due to his actions.

I have not followed it closely since they did the raise at the huge discount after the first profitable bounce, while warning this share is a dog.

Still if you to have taken the bait, I hope you will not get hurt if and when the hook bites.

clocktower
06/12/2023
16:54
daniel,

You most certainly don't know me, back in 3676 you posted:

"He works for certain brokerage firms seeking to undermine companies by depressing the share prices; in the hope of getting cheap shares after front-selling. Check out his history with many companies. He is a scammer that manipulates unseasoned PI's."

Which was a slur that you made up.

FWIW I've spent the last 30 years of my working history being an actuary, an investment banker and then Chief Financial Officer of a small software business. I have now retired.

And this evening I am now going to retire for Christmas dinner with my favourite broker in the Long Room.
If anyone else is going please come and find me on Sara's table!

JakNife

jaknife
06/12/2023
16:34
Clocktower, you don't know Jak and his handlers. I have known him for 20 years. There is no fact in what he says, it's twisted
daniel
06/12/2023
16:20
JakNife does not need to try to depress the share price the facts alone do that.

If you ignore the facts and want to ramp this dog like WTP did to try to support his own loss making position, you are likely to end up all the poorer, like he found out when he pumped the FAB share.🤣315;

Good luck though.

clocktower
06/12/2023
16:08
Hey... that's deflection. You are a spiv on Aim. You are here trying to depress the share price while your handlers are begging FAB to take funds. Stop the nonsense. There will be no more fundraising, Full Stop!
daniel
06/12/2023
14:37
LOL!

Things must be pretty desperate if all of the Square Mile gang are being thrown at FAB.

jaknife
06/12/2023
14:31
Don't listen to Jaknife. He works for certain brokerage firms seeking to undermine companies by depressing the share prices; in the hope of getting cheap shares after front-selling. Check out his history with many companies. He is a scammer that manipulates unseasoned PI's.

You can see him targeting fundraising but totally ignoring the OptiMal Collaboration agreement. That's the usual pattern. But you wander where the donkey had been when the share price was much higher.

I am looking to invest in this company, but his presence is depressant to the share price.

daniel
06/12/2023
14:07
Why are you so obsessed JakNife ?
bigjock36
06/12/2023
14:05
gtc1508,

"Broker note published on 13 November by Allenby said the following:"

That note was published three weeks before the interims came out. Take a look at the forecast at the bottom of the first page. Can you see the cash that they forecast at March 2024 is £248k?

Do you think that they would stick with that forecast given that the interim results show cash at 30 September 2023 was just £487k?

FAB burnt c. £200k per month in H1 so the idea that they'll only burn c. £240k in ALL of H2 is laughable. That's not even enough to meet the plc costs!

JakNife

jaknife
06/12/2023
13:45
Broker note published on 13 November by Allenby said the following:

“Fusion maintains it has a cash runway of at least 12 months to November 24. Our modelling with both lower sales and some reduced costs would seem to support this. “

Seems they have made further workforce reductions to cut costs further.

hxxps://wp-allenby-2020.s3.eu-west-2.amazonaws.com/media/2023/11/20231113-Fusion-Antibodies-plc-FAB.L-Allenby-Capital-Update.pdf?c3914=on

gtc1508
06/12/2023
10:46
Cash position at 30th sept 2023 was GBP0.5 million - does anyone know what fab's monthly cash burn is off the top of their heads?
nellyb
05/12/2023
15:27
It's better than sitting on a 96% loss like that donkey Paul Warwick.
jaknife
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