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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Oxford Metrics Plc LSE:OMG London Ordinary Share GB0030312788 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 98.50 69,640 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
96.00 101.00 98.50 98.50 98.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 30.30 1.58 1.28 77.0 125
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:00:19 O 12,000 96.30 GBX

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17/4/2021
09:20
Oxford Metrics Daily Update: Oxford Metrics Plc is listed in the Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker OMG. The last closing price for Oxford Metrics was 98.50p.
Oxford Metrics Plc has a 4 week average price of 94p and a 12 week average price of 89.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 107p while the 1 year low share price is currently 71p.
There are currently 126,430,168 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 153,322 shares. The market capitalisation of Oxford Metrics Plc is £124,533,715.48.
04/12/2020
17:53
bbluesky: Looking at the above chart, there seems to be a seasonal pattern. Sell in May, come back in the last quarter, then 20% above the last high, so if history repeats 140 here we come. Not unreasonable at all. When OMG moves, it has a good run. Here's hoping!
13/11/2020
09:56
lignum: SteveD - thanks re explanation of share price movement. It sounds like the Company wasn't satisfied that its message / strategy was being communicated as well as it could have been. They may have received a low ball offer which led to a fall out with N1 Singer. I would expect a note out from Numis in next few weeks which should shore up their defences if they have received an approach.
12/11/2020
19:35
steved: lignum most of todays rise - 6.5p - occurred yesterday but due to MM shenanigans it was marked down to no change at market close. So at open this morning it regained the 6.5p. Whatever a 9p rise over 2 days is the best we've seen for sometime. It's hard to say what's behind it other than supply/demand and more positive sentiment. My primary concern is that OMG are vulnerable to a take over. With a depressed share price and relatively weak £ a company of this quality will be a very tempting target. Really don't want this to happen as the future looks very bright all things being equal. Consequently the next 5 years should be much more rewarding for shareholders, with a progressive dividend policy to boot. Once the stupidity of Covid is behind us (less said the better) OMG should quickly be back to full steam ahead, especially with all the confetti, whoops money, sloshing around courtesy of governments unprecedented money printing worldwide, (another less said the better). AIMO DYOR.
12/11/2020
17:17
lignum: Surely the link with Panasonic hardware isn't behind today's price rise? There must be something else? Any ideas? Re-opening of theme parks using LBVR?
03/11/2020
16:01
steved: OMG were profitable and had healthy cash flow in difficult circumstances. Both group businesses continued to build for the future. Much more meat on the bone come the prelims. Guidance on future prospects will be key.
03/11/2020
11:26
mfhmfh: steady year for OMG given Covid-19. back to growth in 2021 hopefully. All IMHO.
29/10/2020
21:44
steved: games, thank you for posting the above link. I read The Standard just this evening funnily enough. What with this and the news generally coming through from both Vicon and Yotta don't match with the rather depressed share price. We've usually had a trading update by now for the full year. Will be interesting to learn what's happened since H1. Shouldn't have too long to wait?
26/10/2020
14:02
sev22: Blue IoT and Yotta join forces (26th October 2020) Blue IoT and Yotta join forces to bring asset management and smart building and environmental services to customers worldwide. Working together, the two companies will drive efficiencies and reduce carbon footprint for customers through digital transformation of assets and operations. Leamington Spa – 26 October 2020 – Australia-based IoT smart cities integration services firm, Blue IoT has signed a collaborative partnership agreement with UK-based asset management software provider, Yotta. The partnership will allow the two organisations to work together to offer customers infrastructure asset management - connecting everything from waste bins to streetlights to drainage gulleys - alongside high-quality low carbon footprint smart buildings, energy and environmental services management. Where appropriate, both parties will refer their customers and prospects to the other’s solutions and services and highlight the benefits of these, as well as actively looking for opportunities to develop joint proofs of concept to demonstrate their capabilities to customers. Moreover, both Yotta’s connected asset management platform, Alloy and Blue IoT’s Cloud based IoT building & Energy management system (BEMS), Encompass Blue, feature open application programming interfaces (APIs). This enables end customers to integrate the two systems together and also integrate them with their own infrastructure together with other applications. Yotta is already involved in two proof of concepts based on IoT capabilities in the Australasian region: the City of Ryde green bus shelter project in Sydney Australia and a highways management and maintenance project for Auckland System Management (ASM) in New Zealand. It expects the agreement with Blue IoT will enable it to develop other opportunities into proof of concepts and long-term commercial opportunities. Anique Bravenboer, alliance manager, Yotta, said: “Historically, we have been associated with traditional highways and waste management opportunities with UK-based local authorities and councils. Those markets will continue to be strong for us. However, we are also looking to expand into new geographies and market sectors. Our interactions with customers increasingly start with IoT today and this is a space we want to grow into more moving forwards. “This new partnership will help us to sustain this focus on IoT as well as significantly expanding the cost savings and efficiency gains we can offer our local authority customers,” she continued. “Working with Blue IoT represents a value add for Yotta. Through Alloy we can offer customers better connectivity to all of their infrastructure assets. Thanks to our agreement with Blue IoT, we will also be able to offer them better smart building and energy management including a range of COVID-19 risk mitigation services – particular indoors across their offices, facilities and sites. “ Bob Sharon, founder and chief innovation officer, Blue IoT, said: “We are delighted to be working with Yotta, with which we share a strong focus on introducing technology initiatives to benefit customers and reduce carbon footprint. Working with Yotta allows us to add asset management to our portfolio and expand our capability from inside buildings to helping to deliver efficiencies in waste management and environmental services outdoors. We can also add value to the proposition by bringing in innovative service provider partners in and around the asset management both indoors and outdoors.
29/7/2020
14:30
saucepan: Hi folks. I have bought my first tranche of OMG today. The spread is very off-putting, but I have bitten the bullet in the hope this will prove an investment rather than a trade. My technical hunch is that the share price has formed a bottom/base and could be ready to move up.
02/4/2020
20:13
steved: Agreed. OMG though are hugely cash generative and well padded with cash. The business is well paced in several niche and exciting areas. Obviously growth this year will be affected but will present opportunities for well financed and smart companies like OMG. All things considered the share price has held up well and feel that the covid - 19 hiccup apart, there is much to look forward to.
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