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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Symphony Environmental Technologies LSE:SYM London Ordinary Share GB0009589168 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% 8.25p 8.00p 8.50p 8.25p 8.25p 8.25p 52,687 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 8.3 0.4 0.3 29.5 12.73

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06/4/2018
06:02
Wow! This is excellent newsSymphony Environmental Technologies Plc (AIM: SYM), a global specialist in products and technologies that "make plastic smarter", is pleased to announce that Mr. Robert ("Bob") Wigley will join Symphony as a Non-Executive Director with immediate effect, having acted as an adviser to the Company over the last few years. Bob is an experienced City professional having enjoyed a successful career in banking, latterly as Chairman of Merrill Lynch for Europe, the Middle East & Africa, and now works with several growth companies.  Bob is also Chairman of UK Finance, which represents nearly 300 of the leading firms providing finance, banking, markets and payments-related services in or from the UK.
maccamcd
05/4/2018
15:46
Topped up down here today. Think the profit taking ahead of year end was too large.Should see some ISA cash tomorrow also
maccamcd
04/4/2018
08:06
Buy orders in for in for breakout retest.
john henry
29/3/2018
12:57
Could SYM be a target for RPC or maybe licence their products to RPC?
gersemi
29/3/2018
11:35
Providing oil price stays low
big7ime
28/3/2018
06:38
Big anti plastic news out this morning..all over the newswires. Only one stock to own!
maccamcd
27/3/2018
09:20
It seems to be making Easter a happy event! So, lots of institutional presentations is a good thing & im pleased to see its working.
rampair
27/3/2018
09:14
Massive credit goes to Michael Laurier for keeping this company alive. Looking a bit toppy right now but wdik?!
chillpill
27/3/2018
09:07
everything PI's are selling is being snapped up. & why not? This will start to pay a divi by end this year & I fully expect that divi to remain in place and grow over the years to come. This has now morphed into a debt-free, strongly cash generative business with global reach supported by a strong brand, growing product development & awareness, high levels of recurring revenues etc etc. Funds will absolutely want to be invested here
mattjos
27/3/2018
08:23
13 year high now
mattjos
26/3/2018
17:52
Nice 120k buy at 21p today ... someone is after a big position here
mattjos
26/3/2018
13:49
HAZL. I honestly think it's going 30-50p. No huff and puff.So you should be back in.. In my opinion.The management met at least 6 UK institutional fund managers last week that do not own.No equity raise needed.Just awareness...= stock demand
maccamcd
26/3/2018
12:44
Oh and I saw your twitter-page..........like your style!
hazl
26/3/2018
12:41
Hi maccamcd! Very well done here. Was happy with my profit originally but very pleased you are continuing to do well. You never know but I might be back,quite caught up with various stocks at present,though, but also on grandparent duties. )
hazl
26/3/2018
09:24
The stock really has found its retail fan club again. On the basis ALL the previous (maybe unhappy)holders have sold from 6-20p. There is a greater chance of the stock staying steady on red days, and more importantly moving up with new buyers. Still no sign of Hazl??
maccamcd
25/3/2018
12:21
I sold out many years ago as the management always seemed the people making the money, And they never got the product sales publicity it deserved, nice to see it finally rising after all these years. One thing that i read in a paper a few weeks ago, there were concerns that there were still chemicles / traces from the plastics going into the environment, plastic is a oil based product so those products have to go somewhere they cant just dissapear. But i guess better that than plastics floating around the oceans.
barriew
22/3/2018
11:59
Nice print of 124k @ 20.These should be 22-25 in April
maccamcd
22/3/2018
10:12
keep it friendly Matt
maccamcd
21/3/2018
22:16
What has that got to do with SYM?
mattjos
21/3/2018
22:04
Starbucks pledges £7m to develop ‘fully recyclable and compostable’ cup following pressure from campaigners Https://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/starbucks-new-recyclable-compostable-cup-campaign-latte-levy-plastic-a8267471.html "Coffee giant Starbucks has committed $10m (£7m) to bringing a fully recyclable and compostable cup to the market within three years."
kamitora
21/3/2018
08:02
Today's The Times https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/news/plastic-in-oceans-will-triple-within-years-5m0lqhq7p Plastic in the ocean is projected to triple by 2025, threatening marine life and possibly human health, according to the government’s scientific advisers. More than 70 per cent of marine litter is plastic and there is “extensive evidence that entanglement in, or ingestion of, plastics can cause injury and death to a wide range of marine organisms”, the Future of the Sea report found. The total amount of plastic debris in the ocean is forecast to rise from 50 million tonnes in 2015 to 150 million tonnes by 2025. Britain is responsible for about 0.2 per cent of the 4.8-12.7 million tonnes entering the ocean each year, according to a review of scientific evidence conducted for the report. Separate research last year found that 90 per cent of the plastic entering the ocean came from ten rivers in Asia and Africa. Bacteria such as E. coli can accumulate on plastic litter in coastal waters and increase the risk of infections, the report warns. People could become infected by bathing in the sea, visiting beaches containing contaminated plastic litter or eating shellfish which have consumed tiny pieces of plastic. There is no evidence that microplastic particles in seafood are a risk to human health, the report found. Plastic in the ocean is described as an important issue “but not necessarily the greatest threat”, with other sources of marine pollution such as toxic chemicals and metals potentially posing a bigger risk. Crabs exported from Britain to China have been contaminated with cadmium, which is emitted by industrial processes and can damage human kidneys and bones. Seafood can also be contaminated by perfluorinated compounds, industrial pollutants that disrupt hormones. The report, published by the Government Office for Science, recommends focusing on preventing plastic from entering the ocean and introducing bio- degradable varieties. “We should minimise the amount of plastic, both macroplastic and microplastic, going into the marine environment, to make sure that if there are toxic effects, those are being dealt with,” said Ian Boyd, chief scientific adviser for the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. The report also urges ministers to capitalise on Britain’s maritime tradition by exploiting opportunities such as the opening of the Arctic to shipping as sea ice shrinks. It says that by 2050, ships could take 10 or 12 fewer days to travel between east Asia and Britain by routes north of Russia that are 2,000 miles shorter than via the Suez Canal. Aberdeen and other east coast ports could “take advantage of increased traffic”. It also urges Britain to play a leading role in developing autonomous cargo ships, which could be in use by 2035. Britain is also urged to use its experience in offshore oil and gas extraction to mine the seabed for metals used in batteries and phones. The industry could be worth £40 billion to Britain over the next 30 years, the report says, with British companies already involved in a project in the northeast Pacific. The UK was urged to help to ensure that regulations are in place to stop mining damaging habitats. The International Seabed Authority has allotted a 10,000 sq km area of the Mid-Atlantic ridge to Poland to explore for mining. The area contains a site of scientific interest known as the Lost City because of its tall white columns of calcium carbonate. The report concludes by saying: “As we leave the EU, this provides the opportunity to put the sea at the heart of the new ‘Global Britain’ agenda . . . there is a significant prize up for grabs.”
maccamcd
20/3/2018
09:58
certainly now worth more than the 22p high of 2011
mattjos
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