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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Skinbiotherapeutics Plc LSE:SBTX London Ordinary Share GB00BF33H870 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.125 -0.75% 16.50 298,094 16:35:03
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
16.50 17.50 17.00 16.625 16.625
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology -1.36 -0.94 20
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:03 O 100,000 17.00 GBX

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27/9/2020
09:20
Skinbiotherapeutics Daily Update: Skinbiotherapeutics Plc is listed in the Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SBTX. The last closing price for Skinbiotherapeutics was 16.63p.
Skinbiotherapeutics Plc has a 4 week average price of 16.63p and a 12 week average price of 16.63p.
The 1 year high share price is 27.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 5.75p.
There are currently 118,708,494 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 570,964 shares. The market capitalisation of Skinbiotherapeutics Plc is £19,586,901.51.
23/9/2020
11:25
madaboutmed: There are usually various options. The recent grant to the CSO and CEO appear to be triggered by new commercial agreements and / or a target share price that is normally considerably higher than it stands at the time of issue so they are incentivised to deliver commercial deals / revenue to achieve the triggers and thus drive the share price upwards. IMHO DYOR
15/8/2020
10:52
jansky61: RAF I posted on the OPTI BB recently that I think sales of SBTX products will be more visible to the market until OPTI produce an RNS or announcement with some figures. I'm no chartist but over the last 12 months OPTI are down from 67p to 57p and SBTX are up from 17p to 26p. I believe this trend will continue at least in the short term and I'm unsure whether the recent rise in the OPTI share price is down to OPTI itself or the value of their stake in SBTX. 50/50 in each is the safe option! Good luck.
15/8/2020
10:43
nobbygnome: >> raf Most definitely OPTI for me! As far as I am concerned the SBTX price is slightly ahead of itself whereas OPTI is massively undervalued. As oft quoted it is an IP company so looking just at turnover is not appropriate.
15/8/2020
09:09
1crunchy: Hi Raf I think IF all goes according to plans SBTX probably, but if there are any set backs then not. Opti may if there are any major announcements such as nasdaq listing sweetbiotix deals etc. When you think about it SBTX is in new territory share price wise whereas Opti has already been there. Sorry cant be more specific but are my thoughts. As long as you dont get blamed if wrong decision. C :)
07/8/2020
11:10
pj 1: A few years ago I recall an article which reviewed the number of listed take overs I think it was in 2017 perhaps 2018. The figures suggested Private Equity paid 30% more than another listing Company taking control, and buying the full share capital. (estimated against the 30 day share price average share price before announcement.)
01/6/2020
11:12
kreature: Opti's SBTX share dumping confirmed to-date... July to Nov 2019, opti disposed of 3,905,621 sbtx shares @ 15.8p average raising £617,130 27th March 2020, opti disposed of 3,250,000 sbtx shares @ 5p raising £162,500 29th May 2020, opti disposed of 4,500,000 sbtx shares @ 13p, raising £585,000 Why stop there?... Total 11,655,621 shares disposed of so far out of the 20,438,496 shares transferred to a nominee Crest account on 29th July 2019. £1,364,630 raised so far at an average disposal price of 11.7p, around 17% less than today's share price 8,782,875 shares probably remaining in the nominee Crest account.
30/5/2020
03:01
kreature: Opti's SBTX share disposals to-date?: July to Nov 2019, opti disposed of 3,905,621 sbtx shares @ 15.8p average raising £617,130 27th March 2020, opti disposed of 3,250,000 sbtx shares @ 5p raising £162,500 29th May 2020, opti probably disposed of 4,500,000 sbtx shares @ 13p, raising £585,000 _________ Total 11,655,621 shares disposed of so far out of the 20,438,496 shares transferred to a nominee Crest account on 29th July 2019. £1,364,630 raised so far at an average disposal price of 11.7p, around 17% less than today's share price 8,782,875 shares probably remaining in the Crest account. TR1 required for clarification though. I expect the rest to be sold for working capital, and not for a nasdaq listing. imo
04/7/2019
18:16
speccy1: Someone mentioned the divi to OPTI shareholders would hammer the SBTX share price. I believe the opposite will happen. The OPTI owned shares will be sold to an ii and so will be held. The cash will be given to OPTI shareholders. I intend to use mine to buy SBTX shares. How many others will do the same? If anything the divi will put a rocket up the SBTX share price imo.
28/7/2018
17:00
speccy1: The more I think about it, the more sense it makes to place the OPTI held shares with an institutional investor and pay a cash divi. If the sale includes a lock-in period, it not only safeguards the SBTX share price, but given many of the OPTI investors would use their divi to buy SBTX, it could significantly improve the share price. The problem could then be everyone fighting to spend their divi at once and a mass charge causing a short term spike. It would be a terrible dilemma whether to buy straight away or hang fire until the initial rush for shares has died down. First World problems :)
21/4/2018
21:46
onedayrodders: I posted this on OPTI board but will be of interest here .. Hey all, myself and Trotters were at the UK Investor show today and were chatting with SOH for quite a while.. I'm sure Trotters will be posting a few nuggets later but I know the SBTX divi is an Important issue many have asked about so here is what he said. They are absolutely aware and focused on making this as fair as possible by not allowing short term traders to benefit or damage either OPTI or SBTX share price. Options being discussed ... 1. Lock in period - Unlikely as regulators do not like this type of arrangement and view it as restricting the market. 2. Staggered benefit, for example, OPTI will give shareholders say 1000 SBTX shares and promise another 1000 shares the next year providing the first 1000 shares have not been sold. 3. Take advantage of increasing interest in Skinbiotix by selling a % of OPTI's stake in SBTX to by Institutional investors and delivering a SBTX cash divi. (Therefore delivering the SBTX divi promise, adding long term Institutional shareholders and removing volatility in the share price - my take) The qualifying for any divi, either shares or cash will be controlled by a record date and that cannot be a date in the past and will be from close of business on the day the divi details are announced. So they will be looking to time that towards the end of the day to allow the smallest window possible for the AIM trading vultures (my words not his !) That's from memory so hope I got it right (Trotters..correct me if I'm wrong) ODR
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