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IKA Ilika Plc

28.00
0.00 (0.00%)
24 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ilika Plc LSE:IKA London Ordinary Share GB00B608Z994 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 28.00 27.00 29.00 28.00 27.00 28.00 45,848 08:00:01
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Coml Physical, Biologcl Resh 702k -7.3M -0.0459 -6.10 44.51M
Ilika Plc is listed in the Coml Physical, Biologcl Resh sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IKA. The last closing price for Ilika was 28p. Over the last year, Ilika shares have traded in a share price range of 25.50p to 52.00p.

Ilika currently has 158,975,667 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Ilika is £44.51 million. Ilika has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -6.10.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/5/2024
17:27
Indeed, robert, the chart suggests it could climb back to 50p from here.
horneblower
24/5/2024
16:30
The company is deliberately opaque I think. The interview referenced below is a lot more informative than the RNS. As I have said on many occasions this is risky but the opportunity to get in at this price won't be around for long IMHO
robertspc1
24/5/2024
14:09
https://www.directorstalkinterviews.com/ilika-plc-ceo-discusses-strategic-and-financial-advances-for-its-solid-state-battery-innovations-video/4121158587
kooba
22/5/2024
22:10
Horneblower, i fear you might be right..
A bunch of wholly academics treading water to retirement?

phil2003
22/5/2024
22:04
"The development status of their EV battery is impenetrable to a new investor"...
I think that's the general idea!

horneblower
22/5/2024
21:57
Jeez, that RNS is poor…
The development status of their EV battery is impenetrable to a new investor.. Who actually remembers which one of the D development stages or P versions of Goliath is which & therefore track progress against the timings & power milestones touted at recent investor day?!? What does this mean in terms of advances over and above lithium-ion parity??

OK, I’ll do it.. Having found and cross referenced RNS against the 2023 YE report slides, the graph suggests that as of today, their P1 prototype solid state battery produces 12% more power (Wh/kg) than a Li-ion equivalent EV battery.. and one of their partners is Tata steel (obviously not worthy of mentioning in the RNS!?)

Yet another cryptic RNS written by Ted Rogers (3-2-1 reference for oldies)
Utterly clueless, vague and devoid of any commercial awareness whilst Mr Purdey creams off £28k a month from a fast diminishing pot (annual renumeration of £341,000) of ours and Government grant money for blathering on and boring everyone rigid..

oh and the Gigafactory is 4 years away
Need to try (much) harder ilika

phil2003
22/5/2024
21:51
You have to read between the lines with this company. Management are very conservative and some would say extremely dull. But given how so many tech CEOs overhype their stock, eg QuantumScape it is actually quite reassuring
robertspc1
22/5/2024
09:54
Six paragraphs of the usual waffle from Purdy, saying absolutely nothing.
He missed his vocation. Should have been a civil servant.

horneblower
22/5/2024
08:13
Interesting RNS. but no reaction. Guess it was well flagged during the placing discussions with institutions
robertspc1
20/5/2024
21:24
For a bit more of a technical discussion about Goliath I can recommend the latest battery technology podcast episode with John Tinson.
robertspc1
10/5/2024
13:31
Placing already closed. Quickly and enthusiastically. This is a very positive development.
malnu
10/5/2024
08:15
Obvious now why they had the capital markets day. I think this is a top up cash job until they get further down the road with Goliath and bring a partner in. Also reflects delayed Stereax revenues which they have flagged. Hopefully well supported
robertspc1
10/5/2024
07:52
You recently suggested a significant raise and at a discount; neither has happened as this is small and at the bid price; not diluting more than is necessary.
aja2
10/5/2024
07:18
Capital raise earlier than I expected. Anither bigger raise in 12 months I expect.
rogk
03/5/2024
20:40
For a company (Ilika) that have just agreed their involvement in the UK’s largest next generation battery factory, have a key product that has achieved lithium-ion parity and have, as of last week, signed a collaboration agreement with an international £300B turnover group (Tata).. the traded volume is, quite frankly, pathetic..

I can only keep my money sleeping here for so long
Wakey, wakey PR team & sleepy directors

phil2003
01/5/2024
12:31
This will go to sleep for a while now
robertspc1
29/4/2024
14:30
Bikwik.. lol.. he sounded like Bob Harris’s camp brother to me 😕..
“Thanks Graeme, Good to learn more about ilika.. so next on Director talk and whistle test.. we have Bill Withers with an emotional take on his classic “Ain’t no sunshine”

Anyway…

phil2003
29/4/2024
12:27
I notice that he called the cash inflow "revenue".
Revenue, in my book, is sales, or if you are a property company, then rents. Are grants revenue?
I'm no accountant and he might strictly be correct...but somewhat misleading imo.

horneblower
29/4/2024
09:21
Oh dear.
How to make an exciting journey into the dullest of trudges.
Zero information and duller than ditchwater.
GP...Superbore.

horneblower
29/4/2024
08:52
https://www.directorstalkinterviews.com/ilika-ceo-graeme-purdy-discusses-strategic-advances-in-solid-state-battery-technology-video/4121153993
kooba
28/4/2024
21:13
Let's just say this is classic UK company competing in a global market with potentially world beating tech but limited funds and ambition. Then again there was ARM
robertspc1
28/4/2024
13:39
To be a shareholder here you have to believe that the company is working on ground-breaking science, which is further advanced that any of the many, well-financed, international firms that are trying to do the same thing.

Maybe it is, and will make you a fortune.

Or maybe the directors are happy to keep applying for more grant money from Government quangos who have our cash to dole out and are run by people with comfortable jobs who are never asked about the success rate of their operations...because that's not the point.

I wish you luck.

horneblower
28/4/2024
12:46
The lack of confidence might be due to the fact that 10 years after floating on AIM the company has generated virtually no commercial revenue. I'm a believer but to date it's been a very poor investment
robertspc1
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