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Kendrick Resources Daily Update: Kendrick Resources Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KEN. The last closing price for Kendrick Resources was 1.50p.
Kendrick Resources Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.50p and a 12 week average price of 1.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.88p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.50p.
There are currently 219,511,616 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,024 shares. The market capitalisation of Kendrick Resources Plc is £3,292,674.24.
wiganer: !FOLLOWFEED Beyond our KEN.
waldron: DAVID vs KEN and lets not make any decisions until next term
jon827: good old Ken :)
currypasty: RNS Number:6040D Kenetics Group Limited 11 September 2007 Kenetics Group Limited Interim Results Kenetics Group Limited ("Kenetics" or "the Company" or "the Group"), the Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) company focused on security and RFID systems and products, announces its interim report for the 6 months ended 30 June 2007. Key Points * Consolidated turnover versus the comparable period increased by 36.7% to #283,000 (H1 2006: #207,000). * Consolidated loss on ordinary activities after tax and expenses was #177,000 (H1 2006: #103,000) * A range of newer generation products has been developed and is expected to be launched in the third quarter of the current year. * The Company is expanding its sales and distribution network in Europe to meet expected demand for its new generation products as well as to service the anticipated growing number of European customers. * As reported, the Company has secured the ODM project that had been delayed to the early part of 2007. This project is expected to complete by January 2008. Commenting on the results Ken Wong, President and CEO said: "We continue to remain optimistic about the outlook for the Group as we have developed a range of new generation products that is expected to bring in a source of revenue in addition to the revenue generated from the ODM projects. With our expected expansion in the European market, we look forward to a progressive improvement in our business in the second half of the year."
currypasty: RNS Number:5557U Kenetics Group Limited 10 April 2007 Kenetics Group Limited ("Kenetics" or the "Group" or the "Company") Preliminary Results for the Year Ended 31 December 2006 Kenetics Group Limited (Kenetics or the Company), the Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) company focused on Security and RFID systems and products, announces the Preliminary Results for the year ended 31 December 2006. Financial Highlights * Revenue of # 316,176 (2005: # 916, 942) * Pre-tax losses of # 449,034 (2005: Pre-tax profit of #303,122) * Free Cash position as at end of the year of # 290,417 (2005: # 167,372) Operational Highlights * Listed on AIM in August 2006 * Established a subsidiary in Beijing to tap business opportunities in China * Embarked on the development of new GEN 2 product lines * Implemented structural changes to improve operational efficiencies * Entered into technical collaborations with two major chip manufacturers to develop RFID products Commenting on the Preliminary Results, Ken Wong, Chairman of Kenetics said: "The Group had a challenging 2006 which resulted in the company falling into the red after three years of profitability. Nonetheless, the listing has improved the international profile of the company and has provided us a platform to grow the business. With the implementation of structural changes almost completed and the launch of the new range of GEN 2 product lines, we are confident that the Group is in a strong position to recover from its temporary setback and to grow the business. 2007 is expected to show a marked improvement. "
currypasty: RNS Number:5006R Kenetics Group Limited 20 February 2007 Regulatory Announcement Company Kenetics Group Limited TIDM KEN Headline Trading Update On 26 September 2006, the Company announced its unaudited results for the six months ended 30 June 2006. Since the announcement of the interim results, trading had continued to be difficult and the Board anticipates that the overall outcome for the year ended 31 December 2006 will be a loss before tax in the region of GPB 350,000. The Company expects to announce the final results for the year ended 31 December 2006 before the end of April. The Company also announces that it was recently awarded a tender contract by the Singapore Housing Development Board for the Provision of Radio Frequency Identification Equipment. The contract, which amounts to S$745,456 (approximately GPB 250,000), commences 1 March 2007 and is expected to complete in 12 months.
currypasty: RNS Number:9859N Kenetics Group Limited 15 December 2006 Kenetics Group Limited (the "Company") 15 December 2006 Total Voting Rights In conformity with the Transparency Directive's transitional provision 6, the Company notifies the market of the following: As at the date of this announcement, the Company's issued share capital consists of 26,349,466 ordinary shares with a nominal value of 1 pence each ("Ordinary Shares"), with voting rights. The Company does not hold any Ordinary Shares in Treasury. Therefore, the total number of Ordinary Shares with voting rights is 26,349,466. The above figure of 26,349,466 Ordinary Shares may be used by shareholders in the Company as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change in their interest in, the share capital of the Company under the FSA's Disclosure and Transparency Rules.
currypasty: RNS Number:4568J Kenetics Group Limited 26 September 2006 For Immediate Release 26 September 2006 Kenetics Group Limited Interim Results Kenetics Group Limited (Kenetics or the Company), the Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) company focused on Security and RFID systems and products, released its interim report for the 6 months ended June 2006. Key Points *Total turnover versus the comparable period reduced by 52.5% to #207,000 (2005: #436,000) due to delay in key projects. *Loss on ordinary activities after tax and expenses was #103,000 (2005: #158,000 profit) *Kenetics was admitted to AIM on 18 August 2006 and pre-IPO financing of #827,000 was successfully raised. *The Company will continue to enlarge its sales and distribution network in Europe to explore new avenues. *The Company is developing a newer generation of products to be offered early next year. This is expected to provide a more stable and regular source of income. Commenting on the results Ken Wong, President and CEO said: "We continue to remain confident about the outlook for the Company as we have numerous projects being developed and outstanding revenue expected for early next year. We are excited about the expansion into Europe and in particular the progression into the UK market, especially now we have been admitted to AIM."
currypasty: RNS Number:8097H Kenetics Group Limited 18 August 2006 Kenetics who provide customised and bespoke solutions, products and systems to customers through a combination of RFID, wireless technologies and IT systems is pleased to announce that its shares will be listing on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange today and trading will begin at 0800hrs under the ticker symbol KEN and with a market capitalisation of #9 million. Kenetics is dedicated to delivering innovative solutions, products and systems to customers through a combination of RFID, wireless technologies and IT systems for diversified applications that include security management, enforcement and data management. Key Information: * The Group has three main business divisions providing both hardware and software as a "one-stop solution" for customers, allowing them to identify, track and manage their resources. The divisions are supported by in-house prototyping, manufacturing and testing facilities. * Since incorporation in 2001 Kenetics has successfully completed more than seven large-scale projects in different market sectors, including homeland security, law enforcement, healthcare, livestock and library management, in Australia, China, Singapore and other countries. These customers include large multi-national semiconductor giants, government agencies and security organisations. * Kenetics has been profitable and without debt since 2002. In the year ended 31 December 2005 the Group achieved turnover of #0.9 million and profit before tax of #0.3 million. * The Group's admission to AIM will allow access to the UK and European capital markets to enable the Group to fund the further development of its business. * The Group currently has four main applications for its products which have been sold globally. These are: (i.) Kenetics Electronic Livestock Management System for e-farming, addressing the livestock management market needs to implement better tracking systems. Initially launched in January 2004, now successfully operating in 11 farms comprising a total of about 50,000 cattle. (ii.) Access Control System, in November 2005 Kenetics designed and installed a high volume non-intrusive RFID based access control system in the Beijing Congress Assembly building in the People's Republic of China allowing real-time facial recognition. (iii.) Bio-Hazardous Laundry Tagging, prompted by a requirement by the Singapore Contagious Disease Centre to manage its bio-hazardous laundry Kenetics developed a RFID system for tagging laundry in response to growing demand for applications in the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries. (iv.) Kenetics Efficient Library System, designed for the library management market allowing self check in/out, efficient shelf management, location of misplaced books and general book theft protection. Installed in the Singapore National Library, British Council in Singapore and currently undergoing trials in the British Library in the UK. * Insinger de Beaufort act as Nominated Advisor and Broker to the Company. Commenting on the Introduction to AIM, Ken Wong Chief Executive of Kenetics said; "Since founding Kenetics, we have made good progress in expanding our products in the Asia Pacific regions, in particular Australia, Japan and China. We have also developed a range of IP Blocks that are now ready for large scale implementation in new markets such as Europe and the US. This initial introduction to AIM will provide us with the quoted currency required to expand the Group through a combination of strategic joint ventures, acquisitions and by establishing our own facilities overseas."
waldron: Opinion - William Rees-Mogg September 19, 2005 History is against you, Ken William Rees-Mogg His supporters are dwindling and at heart the Conservative Party is . . . conservative IT IS 50 YEARS since Winston Churchill resigned as leader of the Conservative Party. In that period there have been seven contested elections for the leadership. In six of these the candidate of the Centre Right has been chosen by the party, under three different methods of selection - by the "magic circle", by the Members of Parliament and by the whole party membership. The only occasion on which the perceived centre-lft candidate beat the centre Right was in 1965, when Ted Heath beat Reggie Maudling. Even then, Reggie was no Margaret Thatcher, but would now be regarded as a left-wing Conservative. This is not a mystery. The Conservative Party is a party of conservatives. William Hague, the last but one of the centre-right leaders to be chosen, has recently published an excellent life of the Younger Pitt, who - far more than Disraeli - is the archetypal Conservative leader. The issues of Pitt's time as Prime Minister did include modernisation, but they centred on the defence of Britain and the stability of society in a period of rapid change. It was the radical leader, Charles James Fox, who sympathised with the radical dictator, Napoleon Bonaparte, just as many Labour leaders in the 20th century sympathised with the Stalinist radicalism of the Soviet Union. I expect the Conservatives will again choose a leader from the Centre Right, because that is the point of balance of their party. I do not expect them to choose Ken Clarke; he will have a better chance if the vote stays with the members of the party. That decision will be taken a week tomorrow. Ken Clarke is not a radical on home affairs, or even much of a moderniser, but he is a dyed-in-the-wool Europhile, and the great majority of Conservatives are Eurosceptic. They believe in self-government for Great Britain, not Brussels government, and think that European integration has already gone too far. A Europhile leader would simply split the party. I like and admire the young team that supports David Cameron, but I have not been convinced by its specific case for modernisation. His campaign has not gathered momentum, nor the votes of many MPs. Most Conservatives do support modernisation, but their ideal is a free-market modernisation; that is to be found in the speeches of the centre-right candidates, sometimes in a dynamic form. It is significant that David Willetts, when he decided to give up his own leadership campaign, chose to support David Davis and not David Cameron. Mr Willetts is the leading policy intellectual in the party. At present, there are four surviving candidates: David Davis, Kenneth Clarke, Liam Fox and David Cameron. If one thinks that a right-of-centre candidate will be chosen, and the odds are 6-1, that leaves David Davis and Liam Fox as the candidates most likely to succeed. Much will depend on the choice of the method of election. If "one man, one vote" is abolished, the Members of Parliament could decide by early November. David Davis does not have a majority among MPs, but he does have much the largest support. Insiders seem to be convinced that David Davis will win if the vote goes back to Members of Parliament. I expect they are right. The fascinating question is what might happen if the vote stays with the members of the party. They would be presented with two names, chosen by the MPs. David Davis would presumably come first, but who would the other one be? It could be Ken Clarke, as most people would assume. However, he does not have strong support among MPs, least of all among the new entry. Many of his old supporters have retired, or lost their seats. It could be David Cameron, but he seems not to be gaining votes among MPs. It could be Liam Fox. At present, the three of them seem to have roughly equal numbers among MPs; no one knows for sure. In most of the postwar contests, "anyone but him" has played as large a part as positive preferences. MPs clustered around the "stop Rab" or "stop Michael" candidates, and indeed both Rab Butler and Michael Heseltine were well and truly stopped. I now detect no "stop Cameron" or "stop Fox" bandwagons. But there certainly are groups who would like to "stop Davis" or "stop Clarke". I am sure there are some MPs who belong to both factions. Last week both David Davis and Liam Fox made good speeches about social issues that appeal to the broad church of conservatism. Liam Fox emphasised the social importance of the family. "The signs of a broken society are all around us. In the increase in violent crime. In the growth of family breakdown. In worsening domestic violence. In record rates of abortion. In rising teenage pregnancy rates, increasing numbers of suicides." His speech was well received. Liam Fox's campaign has taken him from fifth or below among the candidates last May, to probably third now. It will be for the Members of Parliament to decide which of their colleagues should be chosen as the two candidates to go before the full membership, if that method is retained. The assumption has been that this would be a choice of Right v Left; in that case, the right-of-centre candidate would, on the precedents, be favourite to win. In such a contest, I think David Davis would in fact win, particularly against Kenneth Clarke, because a Davis-Clarke contest would inevitably be fought on Europe. Yet the heart of the Conservative Party, including the parliamentary party, is a little bit right of centre, conservative and Eurosceptic. If, on the first parliamentary ballot, Liam Fox beats David Cameron, he might beat Ken Clarke on the second. In that case, the run-off would be between two moderate but undoubted conservatives. Liam Fox and David Davis: I am not sure who would have greater appeal to the party activists. It would be for them to decide.,,170-1786875,00.html
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