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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -33.00 -15.14% 185.00 771,205 16:35:07
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
190.00 195.00 212.50 192.50 212.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Alternative Energy 2.84 -3.34 -2.95 256
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:00:14 O 75,000 198.00 GBX

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Ilika Daily Update: Ilika Plc is listed in the Alternative Energy sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IKA. The last closing price for Ilika was 218p.
Ilika Plc has a 4 week average price of 192.50p and a 12 week average price of 97p.
The 1 year high share price is 277.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 25p.
There are currently 138,597,312 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 488,328 shares. The market capitalisation of Ilika Plc is £256,405,027.20.
thunders: Managment is keep selling the shares as they got it at 29p price millions of shares. They are the only people making money. rest of us ;oosing. this needs to go back to option price which was granted to director. 29p. Why management selling? Do they think share price is too high? ?
jimmyann: Horneblower, You are here just to manipulate the share price with your constant negative comments.Absolute garbage just so you can manipulate the share price. Total utter garbage. Go elsewhere if this company doesn't suit you. Yes, I have great faith in Ilika the company, the management and of course the scientist!!
tp5588: Rogk, it’s no fun if you don’t play. Pls don’t leave town. On a (more) serious note; they did mess up the whole licencing thing, but it is old news. With hindsight, the company going straight from R&D to licencing was overly ambitious. The initial £1m licence fee plus what we now know would be £4m equipment/installation plus IKA consultancy etc seems to have been too bigger cost/risk for the 3rd parties to bear. Look at Murata & CPX. IKA adapted. Create and demonstrate a fully-fledged manufacturing facility with definitive costs, equipment sourcing & efficient operation (tba). I would imagine individual customer orders in medtech (e.g) would be for what 50-200 units to create prototypes for testing & FDA submission. Licencing isn’t suitable for that. IKA’s new fab is, where they supply relatively small quantities to a lot of customers. The cost to each customer is relatively negligible but IKA enjoys high margins & relatively high output. (over use of "relatively"?) Why the licencing model hasn’t worked yet is probably cost, but it might have been related to the scope of ip and/or something else. The fab is a bridge that was needed. Common-sense and the directors (mentioning letters of intent) suggests that more substantial orders are in motion/will be forthcoming. Expansion in capacity etc then leads to licencing. These are some of my thoughts re the whole licencing thing (circa 2014-2018). How factual they are, I don’t know & to a large extent it doesn’t matter. It’s old news.
paulisi: Use the filter button.For those posters who spout rubbish just filter them out.Ilika has huge potential and that is why the share price has jumped, but with this comes hugh risks. They have one product in production and one in development. They have virtually no revenue and a host of competitors in a market which is new and could be the next big thing.So quality and first to market will be crucial.
phil2003: Share price was 40p a mere 8 months ago Share price now 175p Whats not to love!?! Looking forward to CEO’s soothing words tomorrow
phil2003: RogK is like Tom Hanks in castaway.. WILSON!! Getting more desperate as Wilson (IKA Share price) slips away from Him and the 120p where he bailed out, never to be seen again.
phil2003: AndrewBaker, All depends how you define correct price and therefore value? using Quantumscape as benchmark Llika is massively underpriced, L4L valuation means Ilika share price should be £200! Anyway, I will Continue to hold this for 10 years+
phil2003: Ilika have 139M shares in issue, so the company is worth @ UK£280M as of today’s UK £2.00 SP, looks like we’ll open alot higher thanks to those yanks. Iikia’s UK/SP value is currently 1/210th of the value of Quantumspace with it’s $60 BILLION valuation... Neither Ilkia or Quantumspace (as of today) are either (A) profitable or (B) make (production) batteries and both are speculative... Quantumspace LOST more money than llika’s total company valuation last quarter ($375M loss). What people are missing when they look at battery tech is EV’s are just a tiny part of the story.. in a decade all new homes In UK will have to have (by law) solar panels and excess energy storage packs, selling back any of their excess power to the national grid. California already there.. see Enphase Energy (and share price projection) for the Global leader in this space.. If you were to value llika’s potential the same as Quantumscape’s value as of today, you get price of.. (Drumroll).. Llika = £428.40p per share So we have “a bit” of upside vs. company with comparable prospects Happy Christmas
jimmyann: Homeblower, I think you need to sell your holdings and move on. Ilika shareholders don't need your negative input. Ilika is grossly undervalued. Your comments about Ilika is nothing short of derogatory. The only reason the share price has been low and all over the place is because of day traders talking it down for their daily gain. Most of what they write is nonsense.
robertspc1: Share price and fundraising support indicates strong confidence in management. Look at Ceres ... it took a while but now a fantastic British tech unicorn. Ilika a few years behind and yes there are tough competitors. Ilika are very good at R&D and innovation, just need to get the scale up model right like Ceres.
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