Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kin Plc LSE:KIN London Ordinary Share GB00BZ7M6059 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 5.625p 5.50p 5.75p 5.625p 5.625p 5.625p 541,190 07:56:48
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Leisure Goods 1.1 -3.7 -0.0 - 1.41

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19/11/201716:19 KIN WELLNESS 268
11/5/201712:56Lloyds Underwriters54
19/12/200516:50Kiln Insurance Plc29
07/4/200508:38Kiln plc - Lloyds Underwriters149

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Kin Daily Update: Kin Plc is listed in the Leisure Goods sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KIN. The last closing price for Kin was 5.63p.
Kin Plc has a 4 week average price of 4.63p and a 12 week average price of 4.63p.
The 1 year high share price is 196p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4.63p.
There are currently 25,010,280 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 913,401 shares. The market capitalisation of Kin Plc is £1,406,828.25.
mudbath: Share prophets had this to say about companies that held a Chris Akers connection, "If one takes a step back, this is actually incredibly impressive. The share price growth of each of Audioboom and Concha in particular in such a short space of time is pretty astounding, one being a ten-bagger and the other a thirty-bagger, if you timed it right. Investors could easily have already “bagged” with EVR Holdings too. EVR Holdings is playing out in a very similar way to Audioboom two years ago for very similar reasons. The market is potentially huge, the business model of the actual company is nascent and untested and so can be hyped accordingly and who knows, perhaps this business will be the next big thing." Chris Akers tweeted yesterday that, " Kin Group AIM cash shell completed £1m placing at 5p with high profile shareholders backing the KIN Board to make a compelling RTO in next 3 months." To me, it looks as though the current opportunity to buy into KIN at a similar price to that paid by these "high profile shareholders",is one that should be considered seriously. In the circumstances,we might see the KIN share price strengthen somewhat over the next few days.
dipla: Agree, great spot on twitter. They have started re/tweeting since suspension.Looks like KIN may be hinting at funding agreed and a spike in the share price?!Let's hope, good luck! KIN could even be a multi bagger from here LOLPut the above on the UKOG thread by accident lol
knigel: Obviously we were not oversold... I do question why the share price kept falling .. when funding WAS in place.. Personally only had a tiny amount left in here but others will have significant holdings and I hope shareholders get answers soon and a chance of getting some of their money back.. (they never seem to ask the small shareholders if they are willing to take part in a placing - NW1 the only hope now)
livup967: the supply and demand rule that a share price go up on or down on AIM has gone out of the window and is getting worst...year on year the MM has simply written a new one its call the more you buy the more we drop until you totally believe that you have made the wrong decision and sell then up it goes 500% + when you least expect it... total Minuplation that has been left unregulated ... GLA regards
siskinbird: Thanks for the new thread sunset - good to have charts! I agree with you abou the share price - steady as she goes at the moment, and doing nicely.
siskinbird: From today's Independent:- "Kiln is a buy as insurers reap hurricane benefit They were ill winds but they blew the insurance industry a load of good. The devastation wrought by the US hurricane season has been one big advert for insurance, and premiums for catastrophe reinsurance are expected to rise 23 per cent next year, and for oil rig insurance by 46 per cent. For the second time in as many days, a Lloyd's of London-based insurer announced a rights issue yesterday to allow it to capitalise on the upturn. Kiln is raising £72.8m, which it will use to back new insurance contracts next year. The much bigger Amlin said on Tuesday that it was raising £224m for expansion. Kiln's fund raising was not without its critics. Only £40m has been specifically earmarked for underwriting purpose s at Lloyd's next year, with the remainder going to provide "flexibility", so it looks opportunistic. Also, in an analysis of the last time the premium cycle turned up, after 11 September 2001, Bridgewell Securities showed yesterday that the insurers who raised most from shareholders have tended to make the worst returns on capital since then. Kiln's additional underwriting will have to be extra profitable to make up the 16 per cent discount to the prevailing share price at which the rights issue has been priced. No matter, this is the right time to be in insurance shares. Kiln - which we tipped at 86.5p in April and which was 101p yesterday - is a buy, and the rights, at 87p, are very attractive."
wimbledonblue: Increase the market cap by 43% for a mere 13% discount in the current share price, looks expensive compared to Amlin's rights issue. Plus more to come in the sector!
ursus: brit annouced today that they disposed of 13m shares on 3/7. about half of these were taken up by amvescap. today another trade of 1.7m shares has gone through - my guess is that this may be brit getting rid of some more, so that now they only hold 800k. the strength of this share in a bad market plus the departure (almost) of the weak holder brit without causing any damage to the share price should cause you to think this might not be such a bad spot for your cash - but dyor!
ursus: the egm is today, and i suspect that this share may tick up after the inevitable result is announced - it was quietly strong last week. tho' i am doubtful about the wisdom of a rights issue at the bottom of the share price range, i suspect the big holders welcome it because it makes the prospect of their exit more real -- berkeley will now have 20% of th company and may be looking for an agreed takeover, for all i know.
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