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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Symphony Environmental Technologies Plc 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% 9.25p 9.00p 9.50p 9.25p 9.25p 9.25p 116,479 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 8.8 0.0 0.0 308.3 14.00

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/11/2018
06:55
If believable , Chatter on LSE that UK supermarkets are looking into Symphony products offerings But I believe it when Co RNS' it
jailbird
07/11/2018
00:53
Lemmings and mushrooms only now.A fine short.
ken chung
05/11/2018
19:29
Jaysus - how much did that little exercise cost - nver mind the RNS. What a load of pompous bell ends
swiss paul
05/11/2018
10:34
Going great guns - sales and income up. Rising sales all over the world! Net cash; no debt. s/p on the floor. Good recovery stock from here.
philjeans
05/11/2018
10:13
I think this bogus RNS is a serious misstep. After 15+ years of overly optimistic & just plain misleading statements (like this one!) already the market doesn't trust Laurier or SYM. To put out paid research, which amazingly says exactly what SYM wanted it to say, just reinforces the view this company is unreliable & desperate. Think about it, good companies with good prospects don't need to pay for positive research. Other companies, and there have been many, which have gone down this route of paid research to pump the share price & excite the gullible & naive have rarely ended well. Bargepole.
neilrr
05/11/2018
10:06
So, it's jam tomorrow, again. SYM hold no patents on any of their 'technology'. I'm sure 'the big fish' have already evaluated SYM's, and all the other minnow's offerings. They seem to have been excited enough to utter a collective 'meh'.
neilrr
05/11/2018
09:32
It’s great that this company is fighting back against the one example bad science of the BBC. However more importantly the oxy biodegradable plastic produced by Symphony is not the only string to their bow and arguably not even the one with the greatest potential. Their antibacterial plastics and insect repellent plastics are also taking off. This company has a tremendous future. The only problem (not for share holders),once this is realised it will be lucky to survive as the big fish will soon start circling.
1longshorts
05/11/2018
08:47
Clever move - onwards and upwards!
philjeans
05/11/2018
08:40
LOL!!! Dear oh dear. What a misleading title to that RNS! Paid for research dressed up to appear to be a court judgement. Desperate or what? This will finish red today.
neilrr
05/11/2018
08:17
To bring clarity to the debate on biodegradable plastics, Symphony commissioned Peter Susman QC, to conduct an independent review of scientific evidence relating to the effectiveness of oxo-biodegradable technologies.Not exactly independent...puff
tsmith2
24/10/2018
14:33
This is related to EU btw
jailbird
24/10/2018
14:28
Single-use plastics ban approved by European Parliament http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-45965605
jailbird
23/10/2018
14:02
hugely misleading ..the plastic in the gt etc is not of the oxo bio level it is normal plastic breakdown that is clearly still micr plastic.....as you were ;-)
aiming
23/10/2018
11:54
Very, very bad news for SYM with it's claim to turn plastics into fish food. The only solution to the plastic problem is to use less plastic. A lot less. Https://www.standard.co.uk/news/health/human-bodies-are-becoming-polluted-by-plastic-swallowed-in-food-scientists-discover-a3968721.html Microplastics in food: Humans are eating plastic particles and it’s polluting our bodies, scientists discover Tom Powell 33 minutes ago Humans bodies are becoming polluted with tiny but dangerous particles of plastic, a groundbreaking international study has found. Scientists discovered evidence of microscopic plastic particles in the faeces of every person who took part in the research, suggesting they are swallowing them in food. Plastic in the gut could suppress the immune system and aid transmission of toxins and harmful bugs or viruses, experts believe. Lead researcher Dr Philipp Schwabi, from the Medical University of Vienna, said: "Of particular concern is what this means to us, and especially patients with gastrointestinal diseases. "While the highest plastic concentrations in animal studies have been found in the gut, the smallest microplastic particles are capable of entering the blood stream, lymphatic system and may even reach the liver. "Now that we have first evidence for microplastics inside humans, we need further research to understand what this means for human health." The pilot study recruited eight participants from the UK, Finland, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Russia and Austria. It showed that every participant was exposed to plastic by consuming plastic-wrapped food or drinking from plastic bottles. Particles between 50 and 500 micrometres across of up to nine different plastics were found in faeces samples, the most common being polypropylene (PP) and polyethylene terephthalate (PET). On average, the scientists found 20 microplastic particles in every 10 grams of stool. It is estimated up to 5 per cent of all plastics produced end up in the sea. Once in the oceans, plastics are consumed by sea animals and move up the food chain. Significant amounts of plastic have been detected in tuna, lobster and shrimp. Food is also likely to be contaminated with plastic as a result of processing or packaging, say the researchers whose findings were presented at UEG Week, the largest meeting of gastroenetrology experts in Europe. Environmental expert Professor Alistair Boxall, from the University of York, said: "I'm not at all surprised or particularly worried by these findings. Microplastics have been found in tap water, bottled water, fish and even in beer. "We will also be exposed to particles from house dust, food packaging materials and the use of plastic bottles. It's therefore inevitable that at least some of these things will get into our lungs and digestive systems."
neilrr
20/10/2018
09:59
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/10/19/plastic-becoming-expensive-recycle-councils-say-giant-waste/
optimistic punter
16/10/2018
08:07
Yes, best to ban those who know eh?
beeks of arabia
15/10/2018
20:58
Agree Matt, most posters are filtered, i wont return, ATB
john henry
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