Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Skinbiotherap. LSE:SBTX London Ordinary Share GB00BF33H870 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 9.50p 9.00p 10.00p 9.50p 9.50p 9.50p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 0.0 -0.7 -1.1 - 11.28

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21/1/2018
08:20
Skinbiotherap. Daily Update: Skinbiotherap. is listed in the Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SBTX. The last closing price for Skinbiotherap. was 9.50p.
Skinbiotherap. has a 4 week average price of 8.25p and a 12 week average price of 8.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 17.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 8p.
There are currently 118,708,494 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 121,176 shares. The market capitalisation of Skinbiotherap. is £11,277,306.93.
11/12/2017
10:45
loungeact: Never seen anyone is such emotional turmoil over a share price. Your actions are so desperate it's hilarious. Your need to ramp and flood the page with repeated information because the share price is down a little. Such a fool. DESPERATE, DESPERATE STUFF!!
04/12/2017
11:39
elrico: Slarty - I'm sure you're having fun with Bob, but alas, you are wasting your time. He is obviously one of those peeps that's NEVER WRONG. He is the type to HIT you in the rear and blame you for not jumping the red light. The simple fact is, OPTI only need 25% of SBTX share to effectively control it (assuming nobody with a greater number opposes) by BLOCKING ALL SPECIAL RESOLUTIONS SBTX seek to pass. OK, its limited control, to go a step further it could use its 41.9% and partner up with another investor to take full control in EXTREME cases. This is extremely unlikely, therefore a rather foolish argument Bob seems hell bent on bashing home...or so it would appear from one side of the debate. hTTp://www.shareholderrights.co.uk/RightsOfAShareHolder/75.html The irony of it all is lost on Bob. His strategy is to become the PI voice to advocate the positives of SBTX and seeks to be the voice of authority. However, his basic errors only serve to undermine this and attacking OPTI bulls (many of which have already bought into the SBTX story) only serves to undermine his strategy even further. Simply crating an argument where non exists is folly.
23/11/2017
13:33
elrico: Peeps - can we leave my name out of this debate now, please. It is patently obvious Bobalot is very green, nieve and now we can now see he cannot to be trusted to be honest in debate. He remains filtered because he adds nothing other than volume of useless traffic to this thread. I gather I'm some sort of deceiver, a con artist and have my facts wrong. Be very careful Bob, one poster that used the "ripelrico" pseudonym has had his ADVFN account closed as well as his own, after he posted falsehoods about me. And yes, he had to pay my legal fee 1x letter to ADVFN. For the record: SBTX is no longer a subsidiary of OPTI, SBTX is a separate legal entity of its own as a PLC. I never suggested SBTX is a subsidiary, had I done so I would have been wrong and would, once corrected would have been man enough to stand corrected, as I have been previously. Ref controlling interest: OPTI could use its 41.9% shareholding to influence at a AGM. They don't currently have a controlling interest, but a majority holding, significant enough to influence over say anything Seneca wanted to the direction of SBTX should it have a need - (purely as an example). SOH does not hold any SBTX shares that I am aware of, but you point (PG) is a valid one.
23/11/2017
12:00
bobalot: Go look up Elrico's posts for the past week...he has made false statements quite often about SBTX saying it is a subsidiary. OPTI do not have a controlling interest....that would require a 50%+ holding and OPTI only have 41% some of which they plan to give away according to an SOH interview. What you have said above is misguided and technically wrong....in denial about reality imo. Selling off a valuable asset such as a division depletes inherent value in OPTI -- they have done a debt for equity swap by converting their original investment into debt and then swapping the debt for shares. OPTI will not benefit from an income stream from SBTX but they may benefit from an appreciating share price if that happens. OPTI have no legal leverage over SBTX and SOH is simply a NED/ director advisor. TAKE A LOOK AT THE FOLLOWING POSTS: elrico 21 Nov '17 - 10:31 - 876 of 933    4   0 elrico 21 Nov '17 - 11:09 - 878 of 933    5   0 elrico 22 Nov '17 - 10:24 - 887 of 933    3   0
16/11/2017
16:26
elrico: Bob - Last word on the subject of SBTX share...well, not my words, but SOH from an email exchange on this and other topics. There was also a phone call where in-specie divi was used, which has been repeated by SOH. All I would ask of you, Bob, in your opinion how do you expect OPTI to "release value BACK to shareholders?" Thanks Elric, Our emails crossed over as I sent a quick response last night whilst travelling. I always value your insight and agree with the issues. Just to help in terms of guidance:- 1. We have always made clear our approach to SBTX which was outlined in my presentations at the Investor Show and recent investor meeting a. Our focus is on building value in SBTX b. Our aim is release value back to shareholders without unduly impacting on both SBTX and OPTI value c. We are working on the best way of achieving this with our advisors d. We hope to have the details worked out in the near future and announced so shareholders will see how they can benefit
04/10/2017
16:38
shazbo: elrico, just picking your brain here on timing. I'm no trader, don't have the skills or the time but equally don't see the point in putting money into a stock that potentially won't see any revenue for 2 years. Wouldn't it be better to put your money into something that you at least think (easier said than done I know) will make some profit then release what you've saved/made to buy in here in 18/24 months time? Or do you see some (non revenue)news on the horizon that will give a decent share price uplift within that two years? I know we shouldn't always compare to Opti BUT I've built up a decent position there through believing the share price would race ahead much quicker than it has (my misjudgement) but if you'd said to me two years ago you'll make no money on this would I still have done it? Probably not. Hindsight is a wonderful thing and I'm in Opti for the long term and luckily don't need to take anything out for the foreseeable future. But it seems like you're saying here you are fairly confident we won't see any revenue for a while so why the rush to be in so early with money that won't be working hard for you in that time? Each to their own and all that, but just interested in your thinking if you don't mind sharing. Cheers.
02/9/2017
09:07
f3rdinand: I think we are potentially due an update before the financial results in October! From what I gather work is ongoing at the moment with a third party to produce the base lysate material on a large scale and ensure the produced material is within the required range of toxicology! If this is successful it can then move to human testing next year! This is when I'd expect to see the real share price appreciation.
25/8/2017
13:44
rafboy: We don't yet know how the SBTX share divest will work out. So if I hold 50,000 OPTI I have no idea how many SBTX shares I will get at the moment. How did you work it out owenmo?
23/8/2017
08:52
elrico: I previously suggested SBTX & OPTI share price would be linked, I know many didn't agree. So far I have been proved correct. The disconnect will occur once both companies demerg interest and build their own markets.
30/6/2017
16:46
parob: Well I've been taking advantage and have been loading up whilst we're down here. Once the remaining placing shares are flipped - and there can't be many left - I agree this will fly, especially with news! As kipper1960 mentioned earlier on the OPTI thread there's always the possibility OPTI are waiting for the SBTX price to rise before announcing news on the distribution of shares to OPTI holders. We might not have too long to wait with another 700K offloaded today.I wonder if any of the buying today is on the back of the investor meeting - decent volume, highest in a month and we're up almost 4%. Here's hoping for a big blue week next week.
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