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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
  6.50 4.18% 162.00 162.00 164.00 166.50 155.00 156.50 744,394 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 2.3 -3.8 -2.5 - 254

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/12/2020
17:20
Curiouser and curiouser. Or, switching to a different author to butcher another quote "the game's afoot". After sitting on the sides for three days and then jumping in at 2.53 doesn't look quite as stupid after seeing that. I'll set a stop at my break even point and see what happens next. Thanks for sharing TFC.
mauricemonkey
29/12/2020
17:16
Could be some good news leaked here then.Fingers crossed ?
countdracula55
29/12/2020
16:59
BOTAK Premium Member Posted in: IKA Posts: 4,231 Price: 250.00 RE: after hours trade29 Dec 2020 16:56 Think this trades answers some questions 29-Dec-20 16:41:37 2590 743 272,749 Buy* 205.00 210.00 706.62k Nobody throws £706 K blind ,Nice one MM
thefartingcommie
29/12/2020
16:58
Hi there is this listed overseas if yes what's it's symbol do I can follow ( new to the game) at moment enjoying studying charts many thanks
carlcjasper
29/12/2020
16:43
Little? It's gone from 275 down to about 210. About 25% or so. Not exactly little.
mauricemonkey
29/12/2020
16:35
Yeah and the creeps turn up on a normal healthy little pull back.
shstt1
29/12/2020
16:33
Hi there like to follow charts when a share starts to fly , is it listed in the US and what is the symbol please
carlcjasper
29/12/2020
16:26
Yeah odd how all the "it's $5 on the NY market" people have slinked off. Probably realised they could force the price upwards quite far on low volumes and not much outlay.
mauricemonkey
29/12/2020
15:03
ST traders and retail investors taking profits after big rise. LT story remains intact and coverage should bring IKA to the attention of new institutions which don't or can't invest in small caps below £100m
robertspc1
29/12/2020
13:51
The Americans want your shares, don’t sell.
shstt1
29/12/2020
13:46
Big order being filled again here
phil2003
29/12/2020
13:39
At least you admit it
shstt1
29/12/2020
13:25
QS might have to buy IKA to obtain the patents covering the vapour deposition processes used in solid state batteries on the cheap. For a 45bn company,....or A.N.OTHER... a few billion should be a snip .....kind of underpins the current mkt cap of £c345m dont you think?
thefartingcommie
29/12/2020
13:10
I see our old friend is ruffling some feathers on the tool thread. 😂
big7ime
29/12/2020
13:00
US opening gonna blow the doors off!
shstt1
29/12/2020
12:50
'Fraid Ilika's vapour deposition is irrelevent to large batteries. Their screen printing tech might be, though:)
horneblower
29/12/2020
12:44
Graeme Purdy told us, “Well, if you look at the roadmap of some of our competition, they are not dissimilar to the ones that we’ve been publicising and talking to partners about so in terms of the availability of our Goliath prototypes for evaluation, we’re very much on the same track. Well the point about this statement is there is nothing noted, presented or even hinted about their results! The QS results were significantly better than anything achieved before in the the area of SSB.. The respective roadmaps of each company in terms of scale is neither here nor there. To me at least! I note that they have backing so there must be some results of note!
officerdigby
29/12/2020
12:43
QS might have to buy IKA to obtain the patents covering the vapour deposition processes used in solid state batteries on the cheap. For a 45bn company, a few billion should be a snip
shstt1
29/12/2020
12:39
Might sell a few shares on the day of the ribbon cutting ceremony in a few years :0)
phil2003
29/12/2020
12:25
November 17, 2020 QuantumScape $3.3 billion IPO, can Ilika plc’s Goliath compete? hTTps://www.directorstalkinterviews.com/quantumscape-3.3-billion-ipo,-can-ilika-plcs-goliath-compete/412938706 DirectorsTalk caught up with Graeme Purdy CEO of Ilika plc (LON:IKA) to ask if its Goliath solid-state batteries can compete with such well-funded competition. Graeme Purdy told us, “Well, if you look at the roadmap of some of our competition, they are not dissimilar to the ones that we’ve been publicising and talking to partners about so in terms of the availability of our Goliath prototypes for evaluation, we’re very much on the same track. One of the reasons for QuantumScape’s large, planned IPO is that actually they’re planning to build their own, let’s call it a ‘Gigafactory’ with the capacity to be able to manufacture those batteries. So, rule of thumb is that these plants cost between half a billion US to 750 million US per gigawatt hour, so they’re big investments. That’s part of the reason why QuantumScape are raising such a large amount of capital in order to fund that. We’ve chosen a different route in that we will be going through the UKs national facility, the UKBIC, as the first step and then scaling up through a JV with an existing cell manufacturing company to get to the gigawatt scale. So, we haven’t quite got the same demands for capital investment and I believe that we’ve got a very skilled, perfectly formed, development team in our organisation and we’ve made great progress over the last six months and expect further progress going forward.” Ilika plc is a pioneer in a ground-breaking solid state battery technology able to meet the specific demands of a wide range of applications in MedTech, Industrial IoT, Electric Vehicles and Consumer Electronics.
thefartingcommie
29/12/2020
12:23
Why are you talking rubbish Rogk, IKA has many patents for their battery technology. Do some proper research.
shstt1
29/12/2020
12:20
IS there any IKA technical performance results on their batteries.? QS revelled some exciting cycling results at pouch scale level a few weeks ago. That was a significant advance on the SOA. That indicated that SSB might actually work in the car market. Can't see any thing on the IKA side apart from Graeme's quote from a while back. Perhaps, this surge is driven by hype from US since QS results.?
officerdigby
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