Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hydrodec Group LSE:HYR London Ordinary Share GB00BFD2QZ40 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 66.00p 0 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
65.00p 67.00p 66.00p 66.00p 66.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 13.22 -3.25 -0.42 18.7

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Date Time Title Posts
15/3/201914:28Hydrodec - oil good enough to drink4,661
06/11/201713:44Hydrodec - multi-Bn$ market for transformer oil157
15/4/200010:05Hyder in talks1
28/3/200013:46Hyder statement-

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Hydrodec Daily Update: Hydrodec Group is listed in the Alternative Energy sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HYR. The last closing price for Hydrodec was 66p.
Hydrodec Group has a 4 week average price of 66p and a 12 week average price of 66p.
The 1 year high share price is 190p while the 1 year low share price is currently 37.90p.
There are currently 28,373,839 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,889 shares. The market capitalisation of Hydrodec Group is £18,726,733.74.
corrientes: I wonder how long it will take for the share price to reach zero.Its making a jolly good attempt at it.
1gw: I presume most won't. But there might be some larger shareholders who couldn't buy their allocation in the market without moving the price above the open offer price - so they might go for the offer. The price moved up to 0.75p to buy yesterday afternoon with what seemed to be a relatively small amount of buying interest. The problem for the company is that if the market price stays below the offer price, they may not raise much money from the open offer. I suppose any existing holder who wasn't invited to participate in the placing and who believes the open offer funds would make a significant difference to the company's prospects might be tempted to buy enough shares in the market ahead of the offer to get the share price above the open offer price as the deadline approaches.
capricious: The long term strategy sounds good and raising funds was almost a given but was really hoping it would be at a time when the share price had recovered somewhat. The consolidation of shares isn’t great, in my experience you ultimately lose more than you gain.
1gw: Well perhaps they're thinking that if they keep spinning out the timeline, the share price will keep creeping up in anticipation? If anyone is looking for a straw to clutch, I have heard it said that if there's bad news, the advisors insist it is got out promptly, whereas there is a bit more leeway with good news, so long as it doesn't leak. Not an impressive piece of expectation-setting on the communication front though.
1gw: And in fact, that's me in for some more, so help me! I can't believe that they would say "We are excited about what lies ahead for the Company and its shareholders" in the context of the business review as recently as 10th September if they were planning something that would likely hit the share price hard, such as a heavily discounted placing or rights issue.
1gw: Nice to see the share price recovering a bit. I had some time to look at the financials today. A big chunk of the loans moving from "non-current liabilities" to "current liabilities" should help to focus the board's minds when it comes to their strategic review. $15m net current liabilities is pretty scary on the face of it. But, they still have $15m of net assets (of which $6m is intangibles). So there's something there (for equity holders) if they can convince a strategic partner that they have a path to sustainable profitability at Canton. And $0.5m of "operational EBITDA" per month (albeit only 2 months so far) seems like a good step in that direction. Not long to wait now. Sale, partnership, placing? "We are excited about what lies ahead for the Company and its shareholders" doesn't sound like they expect to wipe out the equity just yet...
corrientes: Do something really controversial by going into oil exploration. That's more likely to boost the share price than anything else.
ileeman: Dont think the cenus was that they were completely cleared. Although do think Hugo is mopping some of their shares. Aviva have smashed the share price from 5p only reason share price is this low is aviva hence why HYR has not tracked oil the last year or so and normally does very well. Worth remembering Aviva dont sell all in one go, they will probably stop again for a few months. Given the shareprice it looks a great time to build positions and wait for the BOD to continue to deliver. Share price will have to respond at some point and when it does it will be mega.
corrientes: You'd think that HYR would follow the crowd with the oil price looking good,so given the recent option deal, surely its the dumping from Aviva (?) that's weighing heavily on the share price.
trotterstrading: I've been buying the dips over the past few sessions. I think we have a solid recovery play on our hands. Obvious disconnect between the oil price trend and HYR share price. The seller is facilitating an unnatural market and entry level IMO.
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