Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Image Scan Holdings Plc LSE:IGE London Ordinary Share GB0031410581 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1.15 150,000 07:31:29
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.10 1.20 1.15 1.15 1.15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 3.46 -0.15 -0.16 2
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:11:40 O 50,000 1.189 GBX

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22/10/2019
09:20
Image Scan Daily Update: Image Scan Holdings Plc is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IGE. The last closing price for Image Scan was 1.15p.
Image Scan Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.75p and a 12 week average price of 0.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.20p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.57p.
There are currently 167,604,577 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 451,487 shares. The market capitalisation of Image Scan Holdings Plc is £1,927,452.64.
18/9/2019
10:07
trident5: I think the share price will be more correlated to profit delivery, clocktower.
07/8/2019
08:59
owenski: This operates out of a fairly small unit on a trading estate, it doesn't have the facility, size or finances to cope with sustained large order intake anyway. When it announced it's first and only original set of large orders a couple of years back - the ones that eventually propelled the share price that Boundary wisely dumped into - it struggled to cope with that order volume on it's premises. Since then the wheels have come off as well. This aint cheap, it's a disaster.
18/5/2019
16:32
assagai: No diver I won't call you that! When I mentioned I was adding it wasn't to try to lift the share price it was simply that I thought the price was very cheap and I still do. Sadly had the acquisition gone through it would have added £1m + revenue / year instantly and opened other potential new markets. As you say I have a reasonable holding here so of course I am constantly asking questions and pressing for progress. I am still happy that the near, medium and long term strategy here will produce results and am hopeful of a speedy return to higher numbers. I do also though, get pretty hacked off with various posters banging on about the management and the Company in a negative way. I suppose when one is actually aware of exactly what happened it is frustrating to hear/read inaccurate views being promoted as fact. Constant negativity does nobody any good (unless of course you ae short) and I don't know if that is even possible with IGE. RGDS
09/4/2019
13:16
gnnmartin: I had rather hoped that the constant selling was by person or people wanting to crystallise a tax loss and that the new tax year would see the share price recover. But the selling continues. The share price action is saying firmly that there is something badly wrong. I've been steadily if modestly buying, but I think I can't risk any more.
22/3/2019
15:12
pru dent: That's a very good point Paleje. A month ago the share price was totally rubbish at 2.3p. we have got used to the company having zero PR when it comes to protecting the share price ( always assuming that everything is ok of course) Right now the share price is a further 33% lower and absolutely nothing from the company. No buying from some board members , in all fairness to WM he has a sizeable chunk. Not much confidence displayed from the rest though. At the very least if there is no tangible reason for this collapse in the share price the company MUST say so and put out a statement. " The Company notes the recent fall in the value of the company's shares but knows no reason for this, trading remains on track to deliver full year results etc etc". There now i've even written it for you. If there IS nothing wrong SAY SO and halt this awful decline!
18/3/2019
18:22
mr macgregor: Paul Scott 31/1/18 “The company made a series of positive updates over the summer, which drove the share price up substantially. This also allowed a big holder to exit, via a discounted secondary placing done through the house broker. I took part in that placing, thinking I was getting a bargain. They tried first to sell at 10p, then reduced the price to 8p, when the market price had been around 11-12p. So an apparent bargain. Since then, the share price has dropped by almost two thirds.” “My opinion - incredibly disappointing. I thought it was strange that the company did a series of positive updates in the summer. It's difficult to shake off the feeling that those of us who took part in the 8p secondary placing were stitched up!”
18/3/2019
18:18
mr macgregor: According to the company website, Leaver is still a partner with Boundary Capital which I find odd given the IGE share price has slumped from 12p to less than tuppence since BC started selling. Not sure if Mawer is still invested in BC. Paul Scott 26/2/18 "the market cap here has dropped back below our usual £10m lower level, after a big surge in price in the autumn. A series of positive updates got everyone (including me!) excited, which boosted the share price to allow a big holder to exit in a secondary placing at 8p. Then bad news came out, of a large order being cancelled. How unfortunate."
18/3/2019
16:13
mr macgregor: hxxps://www.piworld.co.uk/2017/09/26/image-scan-holdings-ige-presents-at-mello-september-2017/ Interesting to revisit the Mello presentation from September 2017. I guess the roadshow helped the share price up from 8p to 12p and the complete exit by Boundary Capital (in which two IGE directors had financial interests). Of course this share sale has been followed by the subsequent slump back down to the current 1.8p. I applaud Boundary Capital's timing.
14/9/2018
13:19
gnnmartin: I went to the last IGE GM, where the vote was not taken because RS were still opposed. I heard the inside story (not confidential, as far as I know). IGE had discussed the proposed takeover with RS before making the bid, RS had said they were supportive. However, when the bid was announced and the GM called, RS unexpectedly put in a proxy vote against. Several posters here have assumed that IGE did not sound out RS before making the bid. That assumption is incorrect. The bid was being discussed more than a year ago, before the Asian order was lost. At that the IGE share price was rising from 8p to 12p. It was very disappointing that by the time the bid was agreed in outline there were a number of companies seeking to raise money and the best price that IGE could get was 4p. They decided that it was still worth going ahead. Given the market now values IGE at around 3p, I don't see how anyone can fairly argue that 4p was too low.
11/8/2018
09:29
pru dent: I hate clichés but I think we all need to wake up and smell the coffee! The Board is facing a situation where they must be questioning just who is running the company, who is dictating policy, who decides on future planning? Bill Mawer and his team have done a great job over the last few years. On the defecit, they have had one major order go pear-shaped and had to deal with an awkward investor sell out at a bad time. Neither of these things were as a result of poor management. On the flip side Bill Had got the share price up to 13p less than a year ago prior to these events. The purchase of Todd it seems to me was the outcome of two years of planning, to integrate an instantly positive contribution and more importantly the smooth cash contribution of maintenance contracts which are a joy to any tech company add to that the open doors to a whole bunch of new customers to approach for IGE's current offerings. This was a real opportunity to grow the company in all our interests. The share price closed at 4p on Friday. Bill really needs our support and whilst my holding is not large I will make sure it will be lodged firmly in favor (if we ever get to the Sep 4th meeting) My real concern is the worst case scenario which would be Bill questioning how much longer he should bang his head against the wall. Trying to run the company with one shareholder calling the shots. What would the company be worth without Bill? Looking back to the bad old days when we had a share price of 1p we had poor management and poor prospects. If the desire is to return to that then let's make sure we have enough ammo to shoot our feet clean off! Bill needs our support and we need him in place.
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