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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -20.00 -1.53% 1,288.00 122,057 16:35:13
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,282.00 1,286.00 1,332.00 1,282.00 1,294.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 333.60 35.50 52.40 24.6 741
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:13 UT 28,412 1,288.00 GBX

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Oxford Instruments Daily Update: Oxford Instruments Plc is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker OXIG. The last closing price for Oxford Instruments was 1,308p.
Oxford Instruments Plc has a 4 week average price of 1,174p and a 12 week average price of 1,174p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,468p while the 1 year low share price is currently 813p.
There are currently 57,524,604 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 41,213 shares. The market capitalisation of Oxford Instruments Plc is £737,465,423.28.
iwilllosemyshirt: REDS, remarkable recovery story not yet well known. Trading update 5th September. REDS provides software applications for smart buildings and counts pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline and real estate player Meyer Bergman among its customers. Constant flow of new contracts with large multinationals. They got recently a 12 million contract with UBS which represented 50% of REDS' market capital! UBS have 700 more branches needing possibly the same service. New CEO Mark Braund very positive and invested his own money along with the financial director. Mark is a specialist in turning around struggling companies. He has already done it with REDS in less than a year. hxxp://
meijiman: without management changes the share price will drop further in my view. No support whatsoever. Very poor all round.The Chairman must step up to the plate here.
koetser: Simon, I am beginning to get the picture, so they many need to do a cash call soon or extend their credit facility either way they seem to be leaking cash .... What is your opinion of the stock? I shorted this after quarter update because I thought the share price is going only one way from a chart point of view. Will need to do more research into this company if I want to hold onto short ...
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bones: 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.
saint or sinner?: I'd expect to see £8 before £17. Q. Where is the earnings growth going to come from in the current economic climate? A. It isn't hence the share price plummet. 0 ;-D Saint
bones: Directors have said the year started slowly but hopeful of catching it up. Uncertainty in outlook = decline in share price (especially in a skittish market where any excuse for profit-taking goes)
bouleversee: I think they'd do themselves (not to mention their shareholders) a favour if they increased the dividend to a realistic level. It was 7.5p in 1997 and stayed at 8.40p for many years. They don't hesitate to up their own earnings significantly. We could all get rich if we didn't pay our dues. How do they think we pay our own bills? One can't spend eps and it's not economical to sell a handful of shares to pay the electricity bill. A high share price can disappear overnight; one needs something rather more tangible if one is a long term investor. I'm not suggesting they distribute all their profits but they do seem extraordinarly stingy to their shareholders whilst being rather generous to themselves and a somewhat better balance between growth and income would seem appropriate, especially in the present climate.
bluebelle: Toby Green in The Standard : A company that makes miniature tools may sound like something out of The Borrowers. But in the case of Oxford Instruments, you have to think much smaller. Their products are as tiny as you can get, being designed for use in nanotechnology to work with material at a molecular and atomic level. Operating in something of a growth industry, the group has seen its share price rocket over the past few years and last September it gained entry to the FTSE 250. Now there is talk that Oxford Instruments could find itself in the sights of a predator. Liberum Capital raised the prospect of it becoming a takeover target today, saying that, with its pension deficit now "under control" and margins progressing, "we suspect the group [will] appear on the radar of larger US peers". The broker's analyst Ben Bourne put forward two names as possible bidders, saying Thermofisher and Bruker were both "large enough and have strong balance sheets". Mr Bourne was rather positive on Oxford Instruments' potential more generally, bullishly saying it was a "market leader that can double its profit, or more, within three years" while adding that current forecasts "look conservative". In response the group climbed 21p to 1,042p, continuing a run that seen its share price more than quadruple over the past two years.
cockneyrebel: Great response too in the share price for those in the Wide Awake Club first thing :-) Imagine if the market was half decent! :-) CR
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