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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Oxford Instruments Plc LSE:OXIG London Ordinary Share GB0006650450 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +34.00p +2.81% 1,246.00p 1,242.00p 1,246.00p 1,278.00p 1,216.00p 1,220.00p 12,504 15:20:45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 333.6 35.5 52.4 23.8 716.76

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/1/2014
13:59
why the hammering today I wonder ?
arja
12/1/2014
00:15
This is a detailed discussion in matters of chemistry, notably nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrometers, but mentions Oxford Instruments and shows how leading edge they are. I have pasted the first paragraph but the full read is worthwhile via this link to Royal Society of Chemistry: hTTp://www.rsc.org/chemistryworld/2014/01/nmr-product-guide "Horsemeat in processed foods might have been detected sooner if nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrometers had been used. That, at least, is the claim of Oxford Instruments after releasing its new bench-top NMR spectrometer, Pulsar, in 2013. 'The fatty acid profiles of meat from different animals are readily distinguishable using NMR, but until recently the equipment to carry out these tests has been too expensive and technically complicated to allow deployment in industrial settings,' says Ian Robertson, product manager at Oxford Instruments." ......continues via the link (© Royal Society of Chemistry 2014)
bones
10/1/2014
21:54
I see some of the directors took up their options and sold in short order. Takeover of Andor now a done deal, it would seem. Where do we go from here, I wonder.
bouleversee
10/1/2014
19:42
That was a belter of an intra-day reversal. Look at the long tail on the last positive candle showing how the buyers overcame a very weak start and trashed the bears. Bodes well for a strong Monday. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
bones
11/12/2013
14:37
all very interesting. The shares have gone from 1200p to 1700p in short order.It would appear to be all down to the Andor deal. Happy days.
meijiman
11/12/2013
09:42
Seems so. PE seems high for the sector they are in don't you think, albeit they are a solidly run company?
tratante
11/12/2013
09:31
Stop-loss raised to £14.50p.
contrarian2investor
11/12/2013
09:26
That's the reason for the rise today. Andor is viewed as highly attractive and they have got it at a reasonable price.
meijiman
11/12/2013
09:20
This board is very quiet but OXIG is on the move. Anyone any insights to why the sudden change?A few months ago it was seen as rather over valued. Been in and out of them a few times, but don't have much sense of what's going on. The projected takeover of Andor seems to be viewed positively.
tratante
14/11/2013
17:54
I cautiously raised my OXIG stop-loss to £13.50p today.
contrarian2investor
12/11/2013
11:14
oxig huge up today. Time to cash in while the going is good? FML looks about to take off...overdue financial & op update due, & ex CEO forecasting mkt cap to increase by factor of 8 by end of next year! Buy FML (big vols already this a.m.)
smythy4
12/11/2013
10:54
I sold some recently and I bought them back today. They look to have turned the corner. Stop-loss raised to £13.
contrarian2investor
12/11/2013
10:03
market seems to like the news..
wanttowin
12/11/2013
09:23
Nothing wrong with growth both organic and by acquisition if the bolt-ons are adding to earnings. Question is assessing if they do add value.....
bones
12/11/2013
08:53
Results aren't that impressive and certainly don't warrant the current valuation. Also looks to me they are trying to deflect from that by looking to buy another company in an attempt to boost future revenue (and perhaps earnings). Will remain on the sidelines until the valuation becomes more realistic.
billy_liar
02/10/2013
18:06
I took a small nibble of OXIG yesterday at just shy of £12.80p. I have placed them on a tight-loss of £12. Just in case my contrarian timing is completely off. GLA.
contrarian2investor
01/10/2013
13:09
Bouncing up nicely, as it did before around this level in July.
wanttowin
01/10/2013
10:29
Blackrock have gone over 18%, that's a big investment. Hope that means they are expecting an upturn from here.
tratante
10/9/2013
11:50
Investec still say hold - target 1500.
sandmarr
10/9/2013
08:00
Profit warning. Oh dear.
m.t.glass
23/8/2013
17:36
Well looking back that wasn't a particularly great post of mine!
hydrus
16/7/2013
11:31
Wouldn't be surprised to see this move back to 1200 ish as the PE is high for a quarter where growth was hard to come by
hydrus
15/7/2013
10:29
Oxford Instruments - reassuring trading update http://bit.ly/15f5APZ
phoenix1234
12/7/2013
08:12
It suggests business or performance ticked up better than previously indicated to the market, and given that the price has been hit hard in recent weeks on the old news, one would expect a better share price performance going forward.
bones
12/7/2013
07:57
So overall for the quarter does that mean pretty much no growth? If so pe ratio might be a little high if growth has slowed
hydrus
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