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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Supply@me Capital Plc LSE:SYME London Ordinary Share GB00BFMDJC60 ORD 0.002P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.51 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.50 0.52
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services -0.70 -5.59 122
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:34:45 O 5,398,405 0.53 GBX

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22/1/202104:33SYME *** PREDICTION *** FASTEST GROWTH ON THE LSE18,477
21/1/202122:27Syme Moderated 253
21/1/202114:00FCA Investigation started354
21/1/202112:34@SupplyME stock finance fintech co,11,916
19/1/202114:01why so many large buyers loading up with shares 180

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Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2021-01-21 17:15:010.535,398,40528,611.55O
2021-01-21 17:15:010.505,000,00024,875.00O
2021-01-21 17:15:010.515,000,00025,500.00O
2021-01-21 17:15:010.4910,000,00049,160.00O
2021-01-21 17:15:010.538,019,60542,568.06O
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21/1/2021
08:20
Supply@me Capital Daily Update: Supply@me Capital Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SYME. The last closing price for Supply@me Capital was 0.51p.
Supply@me Capital Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.47p and a 12 week average price of 0.32p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.10p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.04p.
There are currently 23,898,873,200 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 473,106,232 shares. The market capitalisation of Supply@me Capital Plc is £121,884,253.32.
21/1/2021
21:08
samsung2020: IMHO I think AZ will issue the results by 31st and I don't think we will see any other news just yet. I believe they will look how how and why to his issue happened and I'd be certainly asking questions of the diligence work done by CROWE who are the auditors employed by Syme, remember only recently we also learnt 2 of the Big 4 had signed off the bsuiness model. I believe the share price will be fine within a few days of getting back trading.In terms of Storm Harbour I genuinely believe we will see this confirmed by April and then big bang a number of new deals will be announced. I am very confident about this based on a couple of chats I've had today with people who totally understand Syme.
21/1/2021
10:24
gasman10: Hod 2 scenarios here. On lifting of suspension on the the 31st or first market day the share price will do either 2 things.1. If Stormharbour news, client numbers are released or other good news before the 31st the share price will climb.2. If no news the share price will tank. The Swiss banks 5 funders like them up there in plain site on there website will hover all the bedwetting PIs shares up and the price will recover.Win win really. Here to help...xx
20/1/2021
03:36
maddie275: Hughez87... Shorting is just an observation and opinion that balances the optimism within any equity. It’s not sinister. And it’s no more coercive than the suggestion that an share price MUST rise. The simplest notion of buying into ANY company is that you are supporting its growth and profitability. But this only really happens at IPO or start up... Once shares are trading, is it not the preserve of the wise and astute to consider their position and act accordingly..? Long positions merely SUPPORT positive movement. The growth. The profitability. And who ever thought of doing anything other than remaining invested..? Or selling for good reason..? Until the ‘short’ arrived..? If I bought XYZ plc at £1 and it went to £2 I might sell. Thank you kindly. If I watched it fall back to £1 again (and felt I knew why) and bought back in, would I be considered a snake..? Never. But the fact that we can BORROW some shares from perfectly willing sellers at today’s price on the promise we’ll repay the same number later (when we hope the price will have dropped) somehow sits badly with most people..? I don’t get it. And I don’t think it’s fair. Shorters aren’t wishing for themselves anything long holders aren’t. But if you think it never rains, what’s that umbrella doing in your porch..? Shorts are welcome. And have become, and will remain, part of the landscape. And they do far less damage than the spikes and pumps that serve only as ‘traps’..! For so many..!! (I own an umbrella AND sunscreen, btw..!!).
19/1/2021
21:45
pwhite73: What I have learned over the years is that the trades are not an indication of where the share price is going in the medium to long term. Its the intention and attitude of the directors that count. Sell and buy ratios are not really important. Results, Placings, Warrants, Trading Updates etc give some indication of how well the company is operating but as far as the plight of ordinary shareholders are concerned it is the attitude of the directors towards them that count. There are basically four attitudinal types. 1. Directors who care for the company and care for the shareholders. 2. Directors who care not for the company but care for the shareholders. 3. Directors who care for the company and care not for the shareholders. 4. Directors who care not for the company and care not for the shareholders. Which category is AZ in? AZ is in category 2. You can't accuse AZ of not caring for the shareholders as he regularly gives Proactive interviews, tweets and corresponds directly with investors. AZ has not diluted his shareholders with placing after placing. However there is sufficient evidence to point to the fact the company is a scam. Its an edifice erected to reward the directors and the shareholders. But what's happening here is that the rotten underbelly of the company is slowly being exposed no matter how much AZ tries to hide it with vacuous RNS after vacuous RNS. His positive attitude towards the shareholders is the reason why his following is so large and investors will defend the company to death.
19/1/2021
13:25
hughez87: TW (Share-prophets) was talking nonsense about EUA when it was at 4p a share in October 2019 and pushed it down to 2.15p a share by scaring shareholders. Since then it has climbed to 45p a share and is currently retrenching a bit as they wait for news. He's a prize idiot and has little expertise as his predictions have less than a 50/50 chance of becoming correct. You could toss a coin for more accurate predictions..Unless his aim is to push the share price down to go long.EUA 2.15p to 45pSyme 0.48p to XXp??
19/1/2021
12:16
extrader: Hi all, Change in accounting dates is only a concern if there's no good reason. SYME has given us a good reason : .."This change is in line with the Board's intended strategy to align the accounting reference date to the operations of the Group, which in turn is aligned with the working capital cycles of our customer base, being manufacturing companies that tend to build up stocks during the year..." That was in the 19th June RNS, when it changed its financial year-ed from March to September. Today's RNS explains the reason for further change as : .."it is changing its Accounting Reference Date from 30 September to 31 December to align its financial year-end with the Calendar Tax Year (31 December), a more standard accounting reference date and one which is more appropriate to SYME's current and future operating subsidiaries' trading..." Fun fact : Supply-Me s.r.l's (ie Italy's)accounts always ended 31 December. What has changed ? Reason for first change was to align with manufacturing customers; reason for latest change is to align with manufacturing and trading customers; SYME and subsidiaries' own trading patterns; and to 'a more standard accounting reference date'. The first accounts we'll see from the new auditors will be FYE 2019 ie pre-RTO; we 'll then see unaudited accounts reflecting 3 months post RTO; and we won't see FYE 2020 until some time in April 2021. BOO - a high volume, multi-channel, international distributor of FMCG with complex supply chain and inventory management issues - announced a trading update on 14 Jan for its trading up to 31 December 2020. That's 14 days, including New Year's day. SYME is a systems-driven fintech minnow that hasn't closed any deals yet and only picked up some Due Diligence fees...yet can't give even a basic update for another 3 months..... Hmmm.....
19/1/2021
09:34
bunz3: posters needed back from share group before this share price drops much lower if good research here again might help slow down this dropping with share price people were used to reading good research now they reading mostly derapers posts come back to share boards some good posters before this share price drops more
19/1/2021
08:45
bunz3: shorters now have share price in red many good posters now away posting at share group they now being missed at share boards derampers lowering share price need more good posters back at share boards
19/1/2021
01:58
bunz3: derampers getting so worried they unable to find out the discussions in telegraph group and so many new investors joining telegraph group how hig will this share price move whrn more news is released derampers posting night and day a good sign loooking like they so worried this share price going to see a rerate
18/1/2021
17:09
bunz3: so much movement up and down movement with this share price maybe next rns might see share price in pence
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