Mobilityone Limited

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Mobilityone Limited LSE:MBO London Ordinary Share JE00B1Z48326 ORD 2.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 5.00 59,736 08:00:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
4.50 5.50 5.50 5.00 5.25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Business Services, Nec 255.71 1.52 1.40 5.00 5.31
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:27 UT 59,500 5.00 GBX

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Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2023-05-31 15:35:275.0059,5002,975.00UT
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2023-05-31 15:35:005.50502.75O
2023-05-31 15:35:005.50462.53O
2023-05-31 07:05:365.50150.83O

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Posted at 11/5/2023 08:56 by davydoo
Disappointing news about the UK application, but the share price seems an overreaction. The big news here is TETE happening, or not, surely.
Posted at 06/5/2023 09:51 by harryhaven
Trader's Café Daily Review #BulletinBoardHeroes, Friday 5th May 2023 #FTSE100 #DAX $DJI $BTC #AXL #BMN #BOIL #BENS #CRCL #CGH #FCM #GDR #HELD #MBO #ONDO #SAR #SENX #TRAC
Look at #FOX could be an interesting opening on Tuesday morning!

Posted at 05/5/2023 15:01 by harryhaven
news window on a couple of major pieces, the Super Apps JV and the UK FCA application decision have been signed of this could easily hit 150-200p
HarryHaven5 May '23 - 13:13 - 3554 of 3555 Edit
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Transaction values Super Apps at an estimated pro forma enterprise value of $1.1 billion
● With operations based in Malaysia, Super Apps will have a geographic advantage for expanding into the ASEAN market
Super Apps will partner with MobilityOne Sdn. Bhd., a fintech technology company in the payment systems market in Malaysia. Together with OneShop Retail, the combined company is position to be a leading payments systems provider in the ASEAN market
● The combined company will be named TETE Technologies Inc. and will apply for listing on the Nasdaq under the ticker TETE
● Super Apps CEO Loo See Yuen and existing management team to lead the combined company while gaining new board members, Tek Che Ng and Loke Chow Wing, from the Technology & Telecommunication Acquisition Corporation team
HarryHaven5 May '23 - 14:19 - 3555 of 3555 Edit
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Just saw some interesting Follow Feed activity for $MBO https://uk.advfn.com/follow-feed/card/breakout-LSE-MBO-5b0365ce760a2bdec2741a9b54adb7f8 #stocks #shares #followFeed via @advfn

Posted at 05/5/2023 14:19 by harryhaven
Just saw some interesting Follow Feed activity for $MBO https://uk.advfn.com/follow-feed/card/breakout-LSE-MBO-5b0365ce760a2bdec2741a9b54adb7f8 #stocks #shares #followFeed via @advfn
Posted at 01/3/2023 10:39 by davydoo
TETE share price creeps ever higher, I assume because the company is earning interest on its cash pile before it deploys it. Not sure whether original investors can sell in the market, but the calmness bodes well. Hopefully news soon
Posted at 23/2/2023 13:27 by d4vos
Fundamentally quality company.

Just needs some positive news to land soon and when it does hope they don’t do what they did 2 previous times the share price took off and release a RNS to stop the horse bolting the stable.

Hope shareholders patience is finally rewarded soon in an industry that is offering explosive returns.

Posted at 27/1/2023 19:11 by mattjos
TETE Mkt Cap is £156m
MBOM Mkt Cap is £10m

The Yanks tend to back these things in a far bigger way than over here in the UK. The smart play (afaic) is to buy MBO as it will have a helluva lot of catching up to do later this year.

AIM participants always seem keen to back Pharma/Biotech start-ups (seeking a lottery type moon-shot return) that consume vast sums of cash each year and forever dilute shareholders in endless funding rounds but, ignore something like MBO which has not diluted shareholders, where the CEO has retained a significant chunk of the equity & has grown a sustainable & profitable business, now on the verge of licensing it's valuable tech to what i believe will prove to be the first of several new type of customers.

I've never understood this but, I guess the Execs of those sort of Pharma/Biotech start-ups know they need endless, endless rounds of £m funding and so they are constantly very vocal about their business and how it's the next world-changing drug + the attendant 'professional advisors' are similarly vocal as they skim their fees on each funding round. This all draws in the punters to those kind of shares and hence the likes of MBO get overlooked by the herd.
That will surely change over the course of 2023 as this MBO/TETE tie-up gets coverage & particularly if/as/when the UK licence is granted.

Posted at 29/10/2022 16:00 by candlestick1
Really interesting to see the impact that Vidacos selling has had - They held 21m on 30 Aug 21, they sold those down to just 7m by 3rd June 22. Their sells accounted for 39% of ALL volume over that period. If we assume that 39% ratio continued since 3rd June, they will have sold out of all of their holdings on 19th October - the day we got the JV news.Their impact on the share price is well known, but to put some clear numbers out there - Share price on 31/8/21 = 19pShare price on 3/6/22 = 9.5pShare price on 18/10/22 = 4pThe fact that they will be out provides a clear route for a massive re-rate; any news and increased sentiment should really drive it skywards.
Posted at 27/10/2022 16:21 by lloydypool
Anyone found anything online about the actually company "Super Apps". Seems they have done well to sell themselves for $1.1 billion without having any sort of web presence? The Malaysian site I found the other day relating to Super Apps seem completely unrelated but now appears to have disappeared.

Myisco/Mcash do not seem to have been around long either & have about 5 staff on linked in so not sure what proportion of the 1.1 billion valuation is attributed to them

Impressive rise again on MBO share price but it seems strange how little tangible information there is around the other parties connected to this transaction.

Posted at 21/10/2022 10:03 by king suarez

Yes, you have summarised the RNS and situation correctly.

What will be interesting for me is what that additional revenue from the JV will mean for MBO.

The problem here has always been low gross margins (around 5.5%) and high admin costs meaning MBO making relatively small profits from large turnover. I am hopeful that the JV profits could be much more significant for MBO since it sounds like incremenetal revenue with litte/no working capital requirements from MBO (Super Apps providing the capital and operating the JV?) - although MBO are noticeable expanding recruitment.

Proof will be in the pudding, but in theory these kind of incremental partnerships could provide exponential profit growth for MBO. We will see in subequent trading updates if it goes ahead. It is also a lot of extra cash for a company that has only ever had a couple of million $ net cash spare at any time to fund growth - deployng this (through new/existing initiatives) may enable the sort of revenue scaling that transforms the bottom line.

An optimistic perspective perhaps!


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