Okyo Pharma Dividends - OKYO

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Okyo Pharma Limited OKYO London Ordinary Share GG00BD3FV870 ORD NPV
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.25 2.56% 10.00 15:15:29
Close Price Low Price High Price Open Price Previous Close
10.00 9.25 10.00 9.75 9.75
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Okyo Pharma OKYO Dividends History

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invester2010: note - teh dry eye market is multi-bllion dollar and OKYO has drug that meets the critiera for FDA appproval - hence big names on baord now.
invester2010: Now OKYO is duel listing Nadaq and expect FDA sumbmission of the their eye drug very soon - that could be next news pending - which will be send the s soaring over 30p - as this market is multi-billion dollar and OKYO is right at the center. we will have great week here. imho.
dodobird25: Volsung. You are evidently a committed OKYO investor. I also believe that the company has growth potential, and I intend to hold, through thick and thin, until the share price approaches double the current value, whenever that happens. Only then will I consider my position. My current holding is 200,000 shares @ approx. 11.1p ave. I have researched the company as fully as I am able, but from my experiences of other companies, I realise that there are investors out there with more detailed informatio than I am able to access. Should you have any information or insights, that you are willing to share, I would appreciate your input. Regards, and best wishes with your investments.
dodobird25: Thank you for your reply. I am in total agreement, and I too should have sold when the OKYO share price was listed at around 18p. This has proven to be the case with other pharmaceuticals recently (TILS, SNG to mention two). No more FOMO for me - I have proven it to be a loser's game in the main part. From now on, I shall be selling, when a healthy profit has been achieved, and perhaps buying back if there is a significant pullback. I wish you well with your future investments. Your prediction regarding OKYO, when at its recent peak, has been proven to be correct. We should have a clearer indication as to where this share price is heading next week. I see nothing untoward in my research, but several companies, whose retail shareholders were anticipating significant growth following results, have come unstuck recently.
dodobird25: Why are you referring to OKYO investors as losers? I gather that building up a holding following extensive research and in anticipation of future mid- or long-term profits is not your preferred trading methodology? I have taken the opportunity of topping up earlier today, although my two 30,000 purchases @10.37p and 10.34p respectively are displayed as sells. You are welcome to your opinion, but I have every reason to suppose that there are long-term profits to look forward to. Meanwhile, I await the company's report at the AGM on Sept 25. Regards.
volsung: Ok. Probably last buy for me at 12.6p. Do your thing OKYO!
tracy_moore: You're not wrong p5tvr, the clue is ins " Okyo shares have been surging" good job he's not a real stockmarket player.
spurs90: Jim Mellon has just dumped his entire stake in tiddler Okyo Pharma, which is developing therapies for inflammatory eye diseases and chronic pain management. Below is a link to the announcement that shows he went down from owning just over 4pc to almost 0. Https://www.investegate.co.uk/okyo-pharma-limited--okyo-/rns/holding-s--in-company/202008060700092951V/ Now, that does seem a strange move by Mellon - a 'billionaire' investor that is said to be friends with Brexit leader Aaron Banks - given Okyo shares have been surging in recent weeks to almost 17p. Watching...
solidpink71: Keep an eye on stock market minnow OKYO Pharma in the coming days. The talk is that OKYO Pharma's treatment could compete with the likes of Restasis, which is owned by drugs giant Allergan. https://tinyurl.com/yxjdasxa
spurs90: OKYO Pharma Limited ("OKYO" or the "Company") Issue of convertible loan notes to raise £3,500,000 OKYO, the life sciences and biotechnology company, focused on the discovery and development of novel molecules to treat inflammatory dry eye diseases and chronic pain, is pleased to announce that it has raised £3,500,000 through the issue of convertible loan notes ("CLNs"). The proceeds of the CLNs will be used for working capital purposes as detailed below. The CLNs carry an interest rate of 2.15% compounding and have maximum term of 4 years. The CLNs convert into ordinary shares at a price of 8.5p per share. Conversion will be subject to shareholder approval and no conversions may take place prior to 28 February 2021. The CLNs were placed with a small number of private investors. OKYO intends to use the net proceeds received from the CLNs, to further the development of its clinical pipeline. The person who arranged for the release of this announcement on behalf of the Company was Keeren Shah, Chief Financial Officer of OKYO.
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