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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Omega Diagnostics Group Plc LSE:ODX London Ordinary Share GB00B1VCP282 ORD 4P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 61.00 60.00 62.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 9.8 1.2 0.8 76.3 110

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23/10/2020
10:40
100000 buy just gone through Looks like seller cleared Perfect storm
michael boyle1
23/10/2020
10:40
If it takes 90 days and we are almost at that point then what does that tell you about the govts urgency on this. https://mhrainspectorate.blog.gov.uk/2019/10/04/mhra-process-licensing-useful-information/Processing times:new applications typically take 90 working days to processvariations where no inspection is required: 30 working days - variations where an inspection is required: 90 working daysnew applications for registration as Active Substance manufacturers, importers and distributors take 60 working days - if an inspection is required: 90 working days
68sjb7g
23/10/2020
10:37
ant - yeah, I was leaning more towards Monday, FOMO before lunchtime would tend to agree with us as well
jusjusjus
23/10/2020
10:35
Jus I think we will see this Monday or Tuesday CK has been quite clever about the way he has timed his presentations.
ant15
23/10/2020
10:29
Someone noted on Twitter that the presentation from Colin next Wednesday (28th) is exactly 90 days from the MHRA submission, would be a bit of a coup to announce that (if it doesn't arrive next Monday/Tuesday)
jusjusjus
23/10/2020
10:22
Here we go
michael boyle1
23/10/2020
10:21
FOMO Friday starting a bit earlier this week, still don't understand some selling into it!
jusjusjus
23/10/2020
08:37
As a holder of NCYT and TLW, this is now my lame duck share...!
control1
23/10/2020
08:21
It feels like NCYT is the only covid stock
teamwork1
22/10/2020
22:20
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8870023/Coronavirus-Oxford-vaccine-works-perfectly-safely-triggering-immune-response.html
ayl30
22/10/2020
20:48
Buddy one. Coming from the local area and a long time supporter of the festival. Personally I think even with tests it would be wholly irresponsible to hold it in it's current form until a vaccine is available. Due to it now being s global event.
upomega
22/10/2020
20:21
https://twitter.com/zioc_2018/status/1319357105212710917?s=21
craig bulb
22/10/2020
20:21
Tests 1 million plus a week via moonshot which odx provide minimum of 25% and antigen tests let alone antibody tests it says it all in video
craig bulb
22/10/2020
20:20
Nxc You've hit the nail on the head. Gvnt for some bizarre reason is not promoting GB in terms of diagnostics and their tests. The big question is as to why. This is either a deliberate ploy on their part or alternatively the other tests are better .Maybe that is now the problem with as to why the share price is not moving . Together with elusive contracts which only we only seem to hear about via Twitter . In other words as investors one must ask the question.Who do we trust and believe in . Gvnt or company.Only my view on matters.
upomega
22/10/2020
20:15
https://twitter.com/zioc_2018/status/1319357105212710917?s=21
craig bulb
22/10/2020
19:43
Next year will be interesting: Glastonbury Festival 2021: Revellers could be tested for coronavirus three times, Michael Eavis suggests "There could be massive testing arrangements" At Wells Festival of Literature on Wednesday (October 21) Mr Eavis spoke about Covid-19 testing that could be put in place at the festival. He said: "Next year, we are not sure about, but the testing is going so well now. There could be massive testing arrangements. That is 200,000 revellers x 3 at one festival......
buddy one
22/10/2020
19:29
The frustrations I have highlighted are across the industry and are not specifically related to either of the companies you mention Barry - the problem also is that the smell of money is corrosive in terms of doing what is right - if you are a member of the RTC are you really going to complain that the guy in charge is a Bellend ? Therein lies the moral dilemma of benefiting from the Chumocracy and Crony Capitalism - reminds of Groucho Marx and his principles quote. One really despairs when you see the Government awarding a £138m contract to Inova for a lateral flow antigen test that effectively only works on swabs when the whole thrust has been to use saliva - a number of people I have spoken to believe rightly or wrongly that a lot of this stuff is routed through Cummings.
nxc
22/10/2020
18:37
Then perhaps Omega or Abingdon should voice their frustrations on radio or TV...
barrywhit
22/10/2020
18:36
Zulu . And who do you think would do a better job than old Boris then.
scaff55
22/10/2020
18:36
nxc I think it now needs your good self together with ceos,s from the uk diagnostic industry to lobby parliament. I still do not understand why Nicola Sturgeon is not all over this.
upomega
22/10/2020
18:30
nxc, Boris' moonshot money is being wasted on the ridiculously useless track and trace system that Germany showed them months ago centralising didn't work. Colin has positioned the company excellently but as you have said, Boris and his big pharma cronies are overlooking the UK companies although he said he wanted to build the UK diagnostics industry up. The whole pandemic has been a disaster from the start with poor strategy. Heading for full lockdown as people not following the rules and no wonder with Boris in charge. ODX will come good and sure we will be running at full capacity as we should be as it is a serious situation for the world with this pandemic.
zuludave77
22/10/2020
18:16
The dam will eventually break at some point - the level of incompetence within Government is breathtaking - the Cabinet as a whole are focused time wise on Brexit and the key decisions on diagnostic testing are being taken lower down the food chain by people who have no diagnostic experience. I think as a consequence there is no real leadership and no one that can corral all the relevant agencies in the same direction. A good example is the MHRA looking for extended stability data - at this stage of the game three months is enough given the tests will be used almost as soon as they are manufactured. It is this type of nonsense that is holding thinks back. Additionally PHE are beyond redemption in terms of their evaluations - I have received several reports of failed evaluations where basically PHE have been unable to follow basic instructions. A further delay in progressing validation is access to clinical samples - a clear uneven playing field if ever there was one and where the Oxford cabal is dominant. Some of the stuff you could not make up - however at some point the dam will break as there is a clear gearing up of capacity right across the board in both antigen and antibody testing - the general view is that they have a plan but do not want to are it visible until they know they can execute against it. Patience remains a virtue. The good thing for ODX is that Colin and his team have placed themselves right at the centre of lateral flow antibody and antigen testing in conjunction with a multiple partner strategy.
nxc
22/10/2020
15:29
and mologic antigen? wtf
remarkomsoc
22/10/2020
14:59
They are busy ramping up production and have to wait on Abingdon health for official updates first before they can announce.DONT PANIC DONT PANIC DONT PANIC
craig bulb
22/10/2020
14:02
wtf r management doing
remarkomsoc
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