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
  +18.00p +1.42% 1,282.00p 1,282.00p 1,286.00p 1,314.00p 1,264.00p 1,264.00p 7,718 12:26:42
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 333.6 35.5 52.4 24.5 737

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/3/2014
04:28
I hope this gets above 1300 next week again. GLA .
garfield8
27/3/2014
19:44
C2i. Very difficult to assess whether it is going to break above or below the range it's been trading in. Keeps seeming to head back up and then reverse. If 1270 continues to offer support I will buy but set a tight stop loss and watch very carefully. Good luck.
cousin jack
27/3/2014
19:03
My £13.15p buy order has been triggered and OXIG promptly headed South, closed the day at £12.87p. Stop-loss placed at £11.84p.
contrarian2investor
21/3/2014
20:41
I have a buy order for OXIG at £13.15p. As I wait to see if they can make another break North.
contrarian2investor
24/2/2014
14:22
Thanks bones & Cousin Jack. This morning I sold out of OXIG at £15.40p, for a quick 5% flip trade.
contrarian2investor
13/2/2014
21:57
C2i Well done - you seem to read the exit and entry points on this share expertly. I had seen your previous email re.entry point wondered if you would trade given the chart first thing this morning.
cousin jack
13/2/2014
13:20
Good pickings contrarian. That said, I fear the IMS signalled an ex-growth scenario: "...we are expecting performance for the year to be broadly in-line with the prior year. ." I really do not like the sound of that. So much for 14% growth etc etc. What have I missed? I decided to sell, for better or worse. I was a little surprised I could get above £15 after my first reading of the IMS pre-market.
bones
13/2/2014
11:57
I do love it when a plan comes together. Buy order triggered and stop-loss placed at £14.60p.
contrarian2investor
13/2/2014
08:21
About time this baby was bid for. Is there a hint that there will be no growth this year and therefore the end of any mentions of "14-cubed"? Oxford Instruments PLC Interim Management Statement RNS Number : 9397Z Oxford Instruments PLC 13 February 2014 Release date: 13 February 2014 Oxford Instruments plc Interim Management Statement Oxford Instruments plc, a leading provider of high technology tools and systems for industry and research, today issues its Interim Management Statement which covers the period from 1 October 2013 to date. The positive trend seen in the second quarter of the year has continued with orders ahead of the prior year in the four months since September. Year to date, order run rate is ahead of last year in Asia, Europe and North America. Year to date sales remain behind the same period last year. However we are anticipating a strong February and March and, despite the recent strength of Sterling and continuing underperformance at our Omicron facility in Germany, we are expecting performance for the year to be broadly in-line with the prior year. On 22 January 2014 the Group announced that it had received acceptances from approximately 95% of the shareholders of Andor plc and that the offer was wholly unconditional from that date. Andor is a UK based high-technology company specialising in the manufacture of high-end scientific cameras, microscope systems and analytical software for the materials and life science industries. Andor's technology will extend our capability into the optical domain, which is the primary technology used for analysing biological samples at the nano scale, consistent with our recently announced strategy to expand into Nano-Bio. The GBP175 million acquisition of Andor was funded from existing cash resources, a new GBP100 million revolving facility and a GBP60 million term facility. Both debt facilities are from a banking club comprising HSBC, Santander and RBS. On 12 November 2013 the Group announced the acquisition of RMG Technology (RMG), completed on 8 November 2013. RMG is a young UK technology company which brings a unique laser technology to our Industrial Analysis business. Progress with integrating the business is on plan and we are seeing considerable interest from our Industrial Analysis customers. On 21 December 2013, the Group acquired Roentgenanalytik Systeme, a small company based near Frankfurt, Germany, supplying X-ray analysis instrumentation to industrial markets. The acquisition will broaden Industrial Analysis' product range and give Roentgenanalytik access to global markets and increase investment in product development. Save as described in this statement, there has been no significant change in the financial position of the Group in the period. - Ends - Enquiries: Oxford Instruments plc Tel: 01865 393200 Jonathan Flint, Chief Executive Kevin Boyd, Group Finance Director MHP Tel: 020 3128 8100 Rachel Hirst / Rory King Issued for and on behalf of Oxford Instruments plc
bones
07/2/2014
17:49
Stop-loss triggered this week. I have placed a buy order at £14.55p. Time will tell if I am successful. Price now £15.72p , low this week £15.36p
contrarian2investor
23/1/2014
19:11
OXIG got pressured down for the rest of the day and finished at £17.25p. How long will my stop-loss remain intact?
contrarian2investor
23/1/2014
11:23
I have just sold some OXIG for £17.84p after their strong run from November low of £12.25p.
contrarian2investor
20/1/2014
10:02
OXIG is struggling to clear £18 convincingly. Stop-loss raised to £16.10p
contrarian2investor
15/1/2014
11:44
Blackrock increased holding y'day.
bouleversee
15/1/2014
10:59
guess so bones . certainly a volatile stock at times !
arja
14/1/2014
23:47
Poor markets all round today, until the US started improving and OXIG made another good recovery as it did a couple of days back. Appears to be a bullish sign.
bones
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
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