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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ip Group Plc LSE:IPO London Ordinary Share GB00B128J450 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 114.40 114.40 114.80 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 0.0 186.1 17.5 6.5 1,215

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21/5/2021
16:56
eeza, who knows? 17.1% of $500m is approx $85.5m $85.5m in GBP is approx £61m ============================== RNS 17/5/2021 said... IP Group plc (LSE: IPO) ("IP Group" or "the Group"), the developer of intellectual property-based businesses, notes that a sale has been agreed of a company in its deeptech portfolio which, upon completion, will give rise to a fair value increase of approximately GBP20.0 million or 2 pence per share. ============================== So £20m uplift in NAV looks realistic, given the 31/12/2020 valuation of £26.1m
bamboo2
21/5/2021
16:46
"with about half paid upfront in stock" So IP get Snap shares?
eeza
21/5/2021
16:42
Wave goodbye to WaveOptics. IPGroup own 17.1% Management so busy doing deals, they don't have time to RNS the details, but guess this refers to the short rns a few days ago. ============================================== Snap is acquiring WaveOptics, a company that creates lenses and other parts that are used in augmented reality glasses. The acquisition will give Snap many of the components to create glasses that people can wear and then see computer-generated imagery overlaid on top of the real world. Snap confirmed to CNBC on Friday the deal is worth about $500 million in cash and stock, with about half paid upfront in stock. Snap will pay the remainder in cash or stock in two years.
bamboo2
21/5/2021
12:09
Yeah - sorry about that!
edwardt
21/5/2021
11:49
Brain tumours Mind blowing😟
adobbing
21/5/2021
11:37
the bit about sequencing brain tumours in less than an hour whilst in operation is mind blowingly full of potential
edwardt
21/5/2021
09:45
Some fascinating new material on the ONT twitter, and ONT website news tab. Https://twitter.com/nanopore Https://nanoporetech.com/about-us/news Https://twitter.com/nanopore/status/1395422036445605895/photo/1 Once the London Calling conference is finished we should start to see more flotation type activity.
bamboo2
21/5/2021
08:12
Yes, ITX doing well. IPGroup have 11.2%, the valuation is based on the quoted share price and should lead to a good uplift in NAV at the next valuation in June. [Quoted investments: the fair values of quoted investments are based on bid prices in an active market at the reporting date]
bamboo2
20/5/2021
20:26
Worth noting that ITX (Itaconix), an investee co, rose around 17% today. Has been awarded LSE's Green Mark, which seems to have spurred 'Green' investors to buy in, also MC now over £50m, which also enables funds to buy in.
eeza
20/5/2021
16:22
eeza, Lazy gits! Maybe I could also suggest they buy back the shares for Scrip requirements, instead of issuing new ones! PS, I hope the seller runs out soon. This is getting a bit boring now.
bamboo2
20/5/2021
16:18
They must have read your earlier post, bamboo !!
eeza
20/5/2021
16:07
FOR RELEASE ON 20 May 2021 IP Group plc Scrip Dividend Reference Price Further to the Company's Annual Results Release on 10 March 2021 and the 2021 AGM Notice which was published on 6 May 2021, the Company announces that the Scrip Reference Share Price for the 2020 Final Dividend, payable on 16 June 2021, is 118.6 pence. Defined terms in this announcement are as defined in the 2021 AGM Notice. The Scrip Reference Share Price is the price at which the Company's Ordinary Shares will be issued to shareholders who have elected to receive dividends in the form of newly issued, fully paid shares in the Company in lieu of cash through participation in the optional Scrip Dividend Scheme. The Scrip Reference Share Price is the average of the mid closing price of the Company's Ordinary Shares, as derived from the London Stock Exchange Daily Official List, for the five dealing days commencing on the relevant ex-dividend date (being 13, 14, 17, 18 and 19 May 2021). Any shareholder entitled to the 2020 Final Dividend who has not already completed a Scrip Dividend Mandate Form or a Dividend Election Input Message in CREST and is intending to do so, should refer to the Scrip Dividend Scheme Terms and Conditions contained within the 2021 AGM Notice which can be found at: hxxps://www.ipgroupplc.com/investor-relations/shareholder-information/agm . The final time and date for receipt of Scrip Dividend Mandates and Dividend Election Input Messages in CREST is 5:00pm on 28 May 2021.
bamboo2
20/5/2021
07:30
Since Announcement of Scrip Reference Share Price seems to be later than anticipated, I made my own calculation, based on the average closing price of the calculation period. [13-19/05/2021] 118.64
bamboo2
18/5/2021
06:35
Technology Trailblazers: a talent-led approach to Deeptech investing [Webinar] A recording of the recent discussion, originally broadcast live on 13/5/2021. Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lfPsSeyiEjw 00:00 - Introduction 04:26 - Deeptech invsetment at IP Group; Dr Mark Reilly 13:17 - Quantum technologies; Dr Manjari Chandran-Ramesh 26:18 - Ubiquity in communications; Dr Lee Thornton 42:02 - Audience Q&A The next Webinar in the series is 07/6/2021 Hydrogen: nuance and opportunity
bamboo2
17/5/2021
20:31
Actually 2p down on the bid. But UT was marked up 1p.
eeza
17/5/2021
20:26
Announce your NAV has increased by 2p and the market marks your share price down by 1p - bizarre! LOL
podgyted
17/5/2021
14:11
Any guesses? FOR RELEASE ON 17 May 2021 IP Group plc - Announces additional fair value gain of GBP20m IP Group plc (LSE: IPO) ("IP Group" or "the Group"), the developer of intellectual property-based businesses, notes that a sale has been agreed of a company in its deeptech portfolio which, upon completion, will give rise to a fair value increase of approximately GBP20.0 million or 2 pence per share. Further information will be provided in due course.
bamboo2
15/5/2021
11:44
Price bounced smack off the 100ma. Need to get back over the 50ma.
eeza
15/5/2021
11:10
Berenberg figures for end of year NAV look a bit on the mean side to me. If Gordon Sanghera is to be believed, ONT alone should add approx 30p to NAV by end of 2021. Add the recent 7p to 2020's NAV of 125p for a total of approx 162p I believe Sanghera will be proved correct in his valuations. On a gradual uncompounded basis, ONT should be adding approx 7-8p to NAV every quarter this year. ============================= Chart has some possible turn/news dates indicated 24/5/2021 and 28/5/2021-1/6/2021
bamboo2
15/5/2021
09:10
More to come from IP Group, says Berenberg IP Group (IPO) has had a solid start to the year and broker Berenberg believes there is more to come from the intellectual property investor. Analyst Odysseas Manesiotis retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and increased the target price from 148p to 151p on the stock after the sale of holdings in Inivata and Kuur Therapeutics and a ‘solid performance from its largest public holdings. IP Group has made a strong start to the year, with a total net asset value gain of c.7p per share so far in 2021,’. The analyst said the sale of liquid biopsy company Inivata and the approval of portfolio holding Diurnal’s hydrocortisone treatment ‘check off two of our four largest expected catalysts in 2021’. The largest catalyst – a potential initial public offering for biotech unicorn Oxford Nanopore – ‘is still on the cards for the second half of 2021. On the back of a better-than-expected start to the year, we raise our NAV per share expectations for financial year 2021 to 137p from 135p,’ said Manesiotis. https://citywire.co.uk/
masurenguy
13/5/2021
22:35
First Light Fusion Ltd - First Light Fusion Installs UK’s Biggest Two-Stage Hyper-Velocity Gas Gun 13 May 2021 22 metre £1.1 million hyper-velocity gas gun now complete. Gun can fire a projectile at 6.5 kms per second. Gun will complement First Light’s electromagnetic propulsion device “Machine 3” to advance its projectile fusion technology. First Light Fusion, a global leader in researching energy generation via inertial fusion, has completed construction of a 22-metre-long two-stage gas gun as part of its experimental efforts to develop a simpler, faster, and cheaper route to commercial fusion energy. Weighing 25,000 kg, the new 38 mm gun is the largest of its kind in the UK and it fires a 100 g projectile, which can reach a maximum velocity of 6.5 km/s or 14,500 mph – 20 times the speed of sound – using up to 3 kg of gun powder. First Light has successfully fired first test shots, with fusion experimental shots on the new device starting in June. A two-stage light gas gun works by converting the energy released from an ignited propellant into the compression of a light gas, usually hydrogen. This produces gas pressures approximately 10,000 times atmospheric pressure which then launches the projectile. When fired, the gun will launch a projectile into a vacuum chamber at huge speed, impacting a fusion target – the centrepiece of First Light’s unique technology. That impact aims to create the conditions required for fusion. These ‘hyper velocity’ devices are typically used by astrophysicists to simulate meteorite impacts, and a similar gun was used to test the panels on the International Space Station to ensure it could withstand impact from small objects travelling at massive speed. The gun will be used in parallel with First Light’s ‘Machine 3’ and will allow engineers to explore a different parameter space by launching larger but slower projectiles. The new gun will be housed in a specifically constructed 10mm steel clad facility within First Light’s headquarters in Oxford, monikered “The Citadel”. Dr Nick Hawker, CEO of First Light Fusion, said: “This new gun is an important piece of kit for First Light Fusion and will help us accelerate our development timeline. It will complement the work we are doing with our unique electromagnetic launch pulsed power machine, Machine 3. “Our fusion technology is driven by the impact of a projectile travelling at significant speed into a fusion target. These targets trade pressure and size, amplifying the pressure from initial impact to final collapse of the fuel capsule, which is a small part of the whole target. This new gun will deliver lower pressure than Machine 3, so we will have to rely on designs that amplify more. The larger size means we can do this and still get good performance. “With both facilities together we can make more than twice as much progress on the most important aspect of our technology, which is the target. Thank you to everyone for their efforts in bring this project together so quickly, it has been a fantastic team effort once again.” The investment follows a recent $25 million fund raise backed by global institutions including IP Group PLC & OSI. First Light is growing fast and now has more than 50 employees based in Oxford. The two-stage gas gun project took only 10 months from concept design to delivering a fully operational test facility, which shows the great focus and effectiveness of First Light’s team.
bamboo2
13/5/2021
17:42
Trend works, charts help with trend identification, the rest is risk management to protect gains should the trend change.
p1nkfish
13/5/2021
16:47
That's interesting wb, i'll have a read around him. The other more famous people who designed the bsm model for option pricing and exploited the differences there also initially made a lot. But even with nobel prize winning economists and mathematicians, the analysis of future prices seems generally not to be in reach. The bsm model worked fine for a while, and was correct for the boundary conditions. Once an event was beyond the boundary conditions the model fell apart of course. Incidentally, it's also Fischer Black who confirmed the scientific evidence showed successful traders were lucky, unsuccessful ones unlucky. Of course, what happens in practice is you can be lucky for a while, and then unlucky. Assuming some sort of magical skill deducing future prices from graphs of past prices is probably a dangerous thing to do. It explains the warning given when a trading account is opened. (of course trading opm and taking a cut is extremely profitable and low risk).
pierre oreilly
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