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Haydale LSE:HAYD London Ordinary Share GB00BKWQ1135 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.25p -7.63% 27.25p 27.00p 27.50p 29.50p 27.25p 29.50p 45,073 16:21:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 3.4 -6.1 -22.0 - 7.79

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/12/2018
12:58
checkout private co Paragraf (Cambridge Uni spin-off, run by two Welshmen Thomas and Humphries). Only way is in to kick a spare £25000 into Parkwalk Opps EIS. (No chance)
petewy
29/12/2018
20:50
JakNife - Thanks - Had missed also - Not like you not to make a "worried" "or "messaage received" comment - 2 PDMR'S selling out -
pugugly
28/12/2018
19:15
Had missed that RNS: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/haydale-graphene-ind--hayd-/rns/pdmr-shareholding/201812280700026152L/
jaknife
28/12/2018
12:16
I find it worrying to see two directors selling lots of shares at such a lowly price. I had high hopes for Haydale but this doesn't exactly inspire confidence. I don't understand the point above about the counter party to the share disposals being the subscriber to the subscription shares announced on the 21st Dec. The subscription is new equity so why does anyone have to sell?
enter
28/12/2018
12:11
If the one subscriber is a market maker then they'll get away with never needing to disclose. I don't think that £250k is enough to keep HAYD going. And the debt is in priority to the equity and only for 16 months. I bet that they'll come back to the market again next year! JakNife
jaknife
28/12/2018
09:57
The way the Dec 21st RNS is worded, it seems to be just one subscriber and this Proactiveinvestor reporter seems to think so too (although I have no idea whether he has had an additional briefing) https://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/192783/haydale-graphene-sees-further-growth-opportunities-after-reorganisation-192783.html On the other hand it could just be a badly worded RNS Agreed regarding the commodity nature of graphene. You will certainly not get many (if any) multi-national behemoths using graphene for routine production on any product line, unless they have a dual source of supply (preferably multi source). All those dreaming about being monopoly suppliers to multiple large corporations, are living in la-la land. Functionalization will add some value and functionalization followed by subsequent incorporation into pre-pregs (or inks) will add further value, but I suspect the greatest value will be obtained for those companies who hold the keys to commercializing unique and innovative applications (for example anti-counterfeiting).
timbo003
28/12/2018
09:15
Re subscription shares probably a combo of shorts and fluppers. I don't think market makers need to declare short positions. There may be some long term holder support. HAYD looks in a lot of trouble but the market cap is so low I guess it's fine as a punt. I'm bearish on the Graphene sector (no surprises) but that's not to say the material hasn't got huge potential. I think most investors miss that point. Prices have been falling quite dramatically as companies scale up. Also the line that extremely valuable IP resides in the functionalization process is being shown to be rubbish imho.
loglorry1
28/12/2018
08:34
Yes good point loglorry, that could account for the mopping up of US share sales but could it account for the subscription shares? Do short positions >3% have to be declared, or is that just in takeover situations? My memory is a bit fuzzy on this
timbo003
28/12/2018
08:22
@timboo shorts covering I expect.
loglorry1
28/12/2018
07:40
I wonder if the counter party on the other side of the share disposals from the US employees announced this morning is also the subscriber to the subscription shares announced on 21st Dec?
timbo003
27/12/2018
22:20
The announcement on Friday seems to have been well received by the market which may have come as a surprise to some, but certainly not to me. However, I am surprised that they have not disclosed who the (single) subscriber was for the 4.6 per cent of the Company's existing ordinary share capital, as this will surely require a TR1 declaration either sometime next week, or the week after, depending on whether the clock starts ticking on Dec 21st or Dec 31st
timbo003
22/12/2018
12:53
Simple answer, No.
knownowt
22/12/2018
12:33
Knownowt: Do you not see that Continuing to pump Manchester U, Briggs, etc. over many years with only wasted cash expenses and travel to show for it, is a bloody Red Flag for HAYD/Ray at this point?
mali01
22/12/2018
11:59
viver les Taffs
petewy
21/12/2018
15:57
" The Company is to enter into a new secured working capital loan from the DBW of GBP750,000 which is to be repaid monthly on or before April 2020 and carries an interest rate of 11 per cent. p.a. ("Loan"). The Loan is expected to be drawn down in January and will be used by Group for general working capital purposes. The Loan contains customary borrowing terms and conditions. Issue of Equity The Company has raised GBP250,000 through the issue of 1,250,000 new ordinary shares of 0.2p in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") at a price of 20 pence each via a direct subscription with the Company, which represents a discount of approximately 21.6 per cent. to the closing mid-price per Ordinary Share on 20 December 2018. " Massive discount for the equity porting and scalpers cost for the loan - Message received IN MAJOR TROUBLE- Not one for widows or orphans -
pugugly
19/12/2018
11:26
For those that haven't seen it, this was posted yesterday on the company's news page : Haydale Chairman Congratulates University of Manchester on the Recent Opening of its Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (‘GEIC’) by Gemma Smith | Dec 18, 2018 | Uncategorized | 0 comments Haydale (AIM: HAYD), the global advanced materials group, and its Interim Executive Chairman, David Banks, were pleased to attend the official opening of the £60 million Masdar Building which houses the GEIC at the University of Manchester, UK, of which Haydale is a Tier One partner. The opening took place on 10 December and saw His Royal Highness, The Duke of York, unveil an official plaque in front of over 140 dignitaries, industry leaders, University staff and academics. The recently supplied Haydale research plasma reactor was a prominent feature at the event and is due for commissioning in January where it will be available to not only a dedicated Haydale research associate but also GEIC members including the National Physical Laboratory to develop the science of functionalisation and pioneer new advanced materials development. Haydale’s exhibition stand featured many products enhanced with Haydale’s functionalised graphenes currently being sold in the market,including biomedical sensors, heat sensors, printed inks, graphene enhanced pre-impregnated carbon fibre composites and mould tooling, plus its newly launched anti-counterfeit technology, PATit. Haydale generated over £1.0 million of sales from its graphene enhanced products and services in its last financial year. Additionally, Haydale’s functionalised graphenes were on display throughout the exhibition by some of its customers and collaboration partners where its technology has been used to enhance a range of products, including: BAC (Briggs Automotive Company)Ltd displayed its supercar, the BAC Mono, which features a graphene enhanced rear diffuser developed by Haydale. As previously announced, Haydale is now working with BAC to design and develop a number of other graphene enhanced body panels for the BAC Mono supercar; and The University of Central Lancashire (UCLAN) displayed its graphene skinned UAV, which is enhanced by Haydale’s functionalised graphene. The drone demonstrates the capabilities of graphene to address issues within the UAV market, such as lightning strikes, de-icing and light weighting. Other new innovative concepts on display incorporating or expecting to incorporate Haydale’s graphene products included: A substantial infrastructure concept was also on display by Zero E Technologies Inc, a Denver-based company which is collaborating with Haydale, to promote a project to use graphene and other Haydale advanced materials to create a desalination platform that uses heat pumps to generate energy and clean drinking water from the ocean’s warm water. The GEIC will also be involved in the initial proof of concept phase.The project is expected to incorporate graphene coated structures, heat exchangers, plus the already proven Zero E revolutionary motor. The concept is attracting significant interest in the Middle East, which is looking for clean water supply and an energy source to reduce reliance on oil; A heated inner glove being promoted by Michelle Hua, the Manchester Ambassador of Women of Wearables, a global network supporting women in wearable tech, fashion tech, and IoT. Haydale Taiwan supplied its conductive graphene ink to produce a flexible,stretchable heater insert, stable at 26°C and for use in combating Raynaud’s disease; and A 3D robotic hand was displayed demonstrating outstanding flexibility and dexterity. The hand had been 3D printed and built by Haosen Yang, a master’s student at Manchester University,and Dr Li Ren, Reader at Manchester University, using Haydale’s graphene enhanced PLA 3D filaments. The graphene enhanced PLA material provided additional lubricity for the fingers, enhancing performance against the previous (non-graphene) parts. In addition, Haydale and GEIC applications engineers are collaborating with two of Haydale’s existing customers on projects to incorporate Haydale’s functionalised graphenes and its silicon carbide micro fibres: AB Dynamics Plc – approached Haydale with respect to their test platforms for their Advanced Driver Assistance Systems and using enhanced composites/ceramics for its soft-crash vehicle programmes; and Wheelsure Holdings Plc – on the development of “smart” bolt/nut systems using Haydale’s graphene pressure sensor technology. David Banks, Interim Executive Chairman at Haydale, said: “I would like to congratulate the University of Manchester on the official opening of the Masdar Building. It was an honour to attend this prestigious event and it was fantastic to see an array of Haydale’s technologies featured within the various products that were on display in the exhibition. It is important that Haydale’s technology is advancing the industry and I look forward to Haydale continuing to work with the GEIC and its collaboration partners to accelerate the commercialisation of graphene.”
knownowt
13/12/2018
11:11
>>>>1looking The time, date and venue suggest that they have no great wish to communicate with retail investors at this time, so I will pass on this one and attend the Transense Technology AGM instead, which will be held in London on the same day. On a related subject, I see that Directa Plus (another one of AIM's graphene related companies with negative cash flow) managed to get a placing away yesterday at a zero discount, well done to them. https://www.investegate.co.uk/directa-plus-plc--dcta-/rns/results-of-placing/201812121530013006K/
timbo003
12/12/2018
11:41
Timbo will you be going to the AGM in Ammanford?
1looking
10/12/2018
09:29
Thanks Spid TKS seem a fairly decent sized company with annual revenue in excess of £100m (~200m AUS$) http://www.tks.co.th/home.asp I think these headline numbers on the investor relations page of their web site refer to revenues and profits for the first 9 months of the year .
timbo003
10/12/2018
08:32
Hi Tim, this might be of some interest to you, Ray Gibbs interview from the IdTechEX conference, Https://youtu.be/N5rMSnI5hCA?list=PLbsGKONFw6SXW2dO0flCv_BYVPA2kDQXH
spid81
05/12/2018
10:06
Aren't all sensible people shorting this? A business that perpetually produces losses, puts out vacuous RNS reaches to try and encourage froth in the share price and has recently announced that it's low on funds and cannot attract finance. How bigger a sign do you need to know that this is a massive obvious short?
jaknife
05/12/2018
07:25
Knowing TimboWinnithriff and Shareprofits, they are now probably shorting this.
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