Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Haydale Graphene Industries Plc LSE:HAYD London Ordinary Share GB00BKWQ1135 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05 -1.15% 4.30 986,188 08:44:31
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
4.10 4.50 4.35 4.30 4.35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 3.47 -7.76 -6.00 15
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:55:29 O 57,706 4.026 GBX

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Haydale Graphene Industr... Daily Update: Haydale Graphene Industries Plc is listed in the Industrial Engineering sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HAYD. The last closing price for Haydale Graphene Industr... was 4.35p.
Haydale Graphene Industries Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.58p and a 12 week average price of 1.38p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.98p.
There are currently 340,223,848 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 27,497,737 shares. The market capitalisation of Haydale Graphene Industries Plc is £14,799,737.39.
cerrito: Many question with very good reason the usefulness of being listed on AIM to raise equity capital. To be fair to AIM, two companies in whom I have shares WAND and HAYD have raised capital today and in both cases at a 20% plus premium to the share price. True in both cases the amount raised was 6/7% of the pre existing share capital but still fair do's.
garth: I have always avoided this one but have followed on and off since listing. I notice it is quietly ticking up. Six months is a long time, but the fund raise was at 2p and at a significant discount to the then share price - which was north of 10p. What hope is there of seeing 10p again Timbo? G. Further to the announcement made earlier today, Haydale is pleased to announce a conditional Fundraising comprising: -- An oversubscribed placing (the "Placing") of 188,125,000 new ordinary shares (the "Placing Shares") to raise approximately GBP3.8 million (before expenses); -- subscriptions for 11,875,000 Subscription Shares by the Subscribers to raise approximately GBP0.2 million (before expenses); and -- an Open Offer at the Issue Price to raise up to GBP4.0 million (before expenses). The Fundraising has been conducted at an Issue Price of 2 pence per New Ordinary Share (the "Issue Price"), representing a discount of approximately 83 per cent. to the closing price of 11.88 pence on 21 February 2019, being the last business day before the announcement of the Fundraising.
sairam99: The share price has gone from £2 to 2p. They have recruited a COO to restructure and will now focus on commercials. 317m shares in issue is nothing, with the right news this could multibag several times. I think it’s a good bet. When you invest you take a chance and at 2p it’s not a bad bet. I feel for all the share holders who have lost a packet on this, but it’s definitely got scope to go higher imho.
kingston78: I have been looking forward to the share price breaking the 2 p level. I believe that this signifies a much stronger and sustained upward momentum.
kingston78: As I said on 20th March the technical indicators have turned upwards. The share price is rising with big stakes being built up. It is not too late to buy sub 2 p. My experience tells me that the share price will fill the gap between 6 p and 10 p in due course, as its first step towards recovery. Very big potential gain to be made here!
kingston78: Every investment carries a risk, especially so in smaller companies. The bigger the risk the bigger the return. It is all reflected in the price. It is true that many small companies are losing money because they do not generate sufficient revenue. However, there may come a point where its development bears fruit or someone takes it to a higher level because of their skills or connections. I believe that HAYD is a candidate ripe for major positive change at corporate level. Looking at its share chart it is now at its lowest point and technical indicators show that the share is oversold and starting to turn positive. There is a gap between 6 p and 10 p which in technical term will be filled one day (where the share price will rise to). The company has raised sufficient cash for it to last for the foreseeable future. In my opinion, this is the right time to buy. I have added some more this morning.
kingston78: I have come across on many occasions over the years when a single or multiple shareholders accumulate large stakes in small cap companies to use them as shells or a launchpad to take the business to a higher level. The recent accumulation of large shareholdings by several parties are a sign of this, in my humble opinion. I bought some shares in this company today partly because of my observation above, and also because the company's share price is at its lowest level. Looking at its historical share chart you will agree with me that there is much more upside than downside.
superg1: Timbo Just to say. I have made reports to the FCA in the last few days as have others. The common denominator for two separate reports is Arden. You know I was trying to warn what Arden were about to smash the share price down. A story from a while back suggests Ray didn't want to do a note as it wouldn't be reliable, but then said they couldn't do a fund raise at £1.20 without one. So then funds got screwed, forecasts were not met, cash burn was high and the share price collapsed. Those funds who got in at £1.20 were not happy. I know Hayd did a visit to one or two of them many weeks ago and the feelings were by some funds that Hayd had screwed then and they would not back them again. The £450k cash burn per month was apparent and needed £5 mill plus just to survive another 12 months. Ray was made the scapegoat and kicked off. That's the downfall of having a chairman. Ray did over-egg it in the early days and that left some thinking Haydale produced graphene or that all graphene producers would need to go through businesses like their which was untrue. In an apparent attempt to copy others/show some revenue they made some poor business decisions. I understand the US side is where the main cash bleed comes from. Arden smelling blood have made the most of it and like you I suspect there have been some serious dodgy dealings with tip offs for some to go short. Well the FCA have allegations from a number of people now including some higher up the chain that us. So I think it's unlikely that the FCA are not now going through what has gone on in detail.
timbo003: phoenix None of my comments have concerned "slagging and downing of Versarien", I have commented on one or two of their idiotic supporters and I have drawn attention to Versarien's relative overvaluation, but by no stretch of the imagination could that be described as "slagging and downing" Given that there are far more adverse comments concerning Haydale and other graphene companies on the Versarien board than anywhere else, I am sure that you will understand that in order to redresss the balance, I am likely to make further comments on the VRS bulletin board. As far as you commenting on Haydale over here, go ahead, I certainly agree with you regarding the share price performance over the last two years. It has been abysmal, whilst during the same period Versarien's has been stellar. However, as far as the share prices are concerned, I am far more interested in the future than the past, aren't you?
grabster: timbo - Your Martin Kemp video is 4 years old. He has clearly learned a lot since then. Got anything more recent? And what is your own explanation of why the HAYD share price is still falling after sliding for 9 months?
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