Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
IQE LSE:IQE London Ordinary Share GB0009619924 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.25p +0.95% 133.25p 132.75p 133.25p 136.75p 132.00p 132.25p 4,169,256 13:25:31
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 132.7 19.0 2.9 46.4 911.59

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19/10/2017
13:27
Agreed, I've no doubt thats exactly how it was intended, purely semantics. Unfortunately I'm only too aware of how carefully statements are scripted when it comes to NI politics and terminology seems to play a bigger part than substance to the detriment of the people of Northern Ireland.
scullyp1
19/10/2017
13:16
fair point scullyp. Although Northern Irish Republicans could just mean Republicans from the north of Ireland.
volsung
19/10/2017
13:12
Scullyp1, filtered.
sheep_herder
19/10/2017
12:55
Netcurtains, nothing rude about it. Your post 7836 was clearly ambiguous, unfortunately I took it as you showing personal deprecation but in actual fact it was you being literal. On that basis I thought we were both singing from the same hymn sheet, clearly not, though I contend that it was not a 'lie' but rather an assumption based on your ambiguous statement (my bad!). As you made a further statement about noise, answers and corrections I shall try to provide you with a few though with full acknowledgement that you haven't specifically asked for such, but hey-ho once on a round-about you've just got to keep going until you find a suitable exit.Your post 7820 states that "Ireland has on average 2 petitions A YEAR". Given you then went on to discuss a public forum for initiating petitions on subjects that may of concern to the creator (post 7821), Ireland from that perspective could have zero to x thousand petitions per year. Where do you pluck the figure of 2 from? If I may be so bold to assume that you are in fact referring to referenda then that may form the basis of my comment on your poor choice of terminology. You seem to infer that Ireland has some sort of referendum infatuation, whereas it is more of a case of a current generation of forward thinking politicians using that particular public participation method to rectify some of the more backward facing polices of the past. To further infer that the number of referendums a country has in any particular year is directly correlated with causation to their GDP, well, words fail me.However, what was worse was the inference in post 7821 that the weirdest thing about the map was "So few Northern Irish republicans have signed it". How do you identify that those who have signed the petition in Northern Ireland are 'Northern Irish republicans'? There is nothing within the figures to suggest the political affiliation of those who have signed the petition. They could very well be equally unionist, loyalist or nationalist as well as 'Northern Irish republican'. The £1 billion bung to the DUP for their support in a fragile Tory government has slowly become irrelevant to the people of Northern Ireland. The figure could be 1 billion, 10 billion or 1 trillion, as without a functioning assembly to use such funds it sits in treasury coffers until the petty squabbles have been settled. The actual 'bung' itself was opposed by the republican party in the north of Ireland (SF) due to the nature of the agreement between a Tory party and the DUP to which SF are ideologically opposed. You may wish to note that the current political petty squabbles in the north are directly between SF and the DUP, with the Tory Secretary of State for NI chairing the discussions. That may enlighten you to the SF discomfort at the hand-holding between the DUP and Conservativeparty and their opposition to the 'bung' agreed between the DUP and Conservative party. However, that's not to say that any political party would be unhappy at more money to help alleviate the pressure on public services for their constituents, to contend otherwise would be naïve no matter what the public utterings.  Lastly, I would contend that any 'republican' would take umbrage at the statement "Northern Irish republicans" as they may consider themselves to be 'Irish republicans' given they do not recognise the term Northern Ireland but then that's just getting into semantics.We are in agreement on one thing though, this should certainly go back to discussions on IQE. I do not intend to engage in anything other than that on this forum from this point forward, my time is too valuable for misdirection on other topics. I respectfully suggest that you should DYOR on all topics you drop into your comments before making the comment as it just encourages the filter button being used rather than interesting engagement being taken on your posts.Regards.
scullyp1
19/10/2017
12:09
Rathean: I think you will find you close a short by buying.
bocase
19/10/2017
12:06
For shorts to be closing they would need to be buys.
joeall
19/10/2017
12:02
Big sells coming through, short closing?
rathean
19/10/2017
11:45
Scullyp1: No so the reverse is normal practice. those that do not know make the noise and those that do know provide them with answers and corrections not rudeness. you clearly are a rude person and a bit of a liar ("we are agreed" is a lie). In future do not correspond with me unless its about IQE. Thank you for your cooperation.
netcurtains
19/10/2017
11:23
Then we are agreed that you should maybe refrain from spurious comments and reasoning resulting in nonsense.
scullyp1
19/10/2017
11:03
skinny: Nice chart, but can you tell me what the red circles signify?
wattene
19/10/2017
10:54
Can we get back to talking about the short positions please.
sheep_herder
19/10/2017
10:53
Scullyp1: Now please tell me something I dont know...
netcurtains
19/10/2017
10:34
Netcurtains - 7820 & 7821. You are clearly ignorant of the terminology you are using and N.I. politics and demographics.
scullyp1
19/10/2017
10:14
fatnacker: I'm glad you're not in the marketing business!!! There obviously will be more people signing a civil service petition - there are 350,000 civil servants and another 350,000 contractors in Civil service. lol Come on stick to the IQE stuff - at least you can get your trading ranges right (I hope).. I'm waiting for the billion market cap and then I'll decide what next after that has been reached.
netcurtains
19/10/2017
10:08
Come on Regas contribute something positive of your own as to why you're invested here, you're type of knocking messages are getting rather mundane/boring. Or are you really an admirer and just followed the astute one?
jugu
19/10/2017
09:44
ropey, that's exactly the point I was trying to get across, having said that, if nothing else its highlighted (to me at least) the petition to " Pay civil servants a decent living wage" has about 20% more signatures, although that could change when people sober up and withdraw their signatures, en masse.
fatnacker
19/10/2017
09:30
Is this now the Re-Referendum Petition forum ! Let's stick to IQE please...there is already too much noise to shift through without adding more....Thanks
ropey
19/10/2017
09:28
Rathean19 Oct '17 - 08:25 - 7813 of 7819 0 0 "Nice tick up bouncing of lower resistance level, could see 140s firm before 14 Dec update" I think many on here will be hoping for 157p way before then so that they can take profits like, "I will NOT be selling any of my shares as I don't need the money" did on 6-Sept: sweenoid6 Sep '17 - 10:21 - 5969 "I have sold 10% of my holding above 155p - it would be daft not too, as I made the sales the share price kept rising!! and rising - amazing," _End- What is even more amazing is that it then plunged to 106p? That man certainly knows what he's doing. He sold at 157p - so he said after the event. I hope he keeps ramping IQE up as I'm a share holder.
regasclockwork
19/10/2017
09:16
Another volatile first couple of hours.
skinny
19/10/2017
09:15
meijiman: Its big in Sheffield though... Towns need a university for the thing to gain traction (hence Guildford its big but rest of surrey its small - it is quite big in Manchester and Liverpool - for same reasons). Some weird bits, bottom bit of Cornwall appears to be signing it (I guess rich retirees to St Ives) (About 50 more people have signed it since it was on this thread - how weird)
netcurtains
19/10/2017
09:13
Yes this petition has no traction north of the usual trendy left locales. In Barnsley yesterday no one had heard of it...
meijiman
19/10/2017
09:08
If you look at the map (zoom in using mouse wheel) of the petition to see who is signing it both Cardiff constituencies appear to be going up a bit , but its Bristol where its ballistic (that and the usual suspects of: Cambridge, Oxford, Brighton , Edinburgh and much of central london (also Manchester and Liverpool but not quite so much) HTTP://petitionmap.unboxedconsulting.com/?petition=200004 Biggest weird thing about the map? So few Northern Irish republicans have signed it. I suspect that they all like the £1 BILLION bung but dont want to admit to it.
netcurtains
19/10/2017
09:03
fatncker: Ireland has on average 2 petitions A YEAR!!! and they have a GDP per capita about 20% bigger than ours, so probably there is something in these pesky petitions!
netcurtains
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