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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
  0.00 0.0% 17.50 17.00 18.00 17.50 17.50 17.50 215,898 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 9.8 -0.4 -0.2 - 31

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24/7/2020
08:19
Not just IG then?
bad gateway
24/7/2020
08:16
can't buy can't sell what's going on?
grosstonnage
24/7/2020
08:14
Down. Far too much criminality going on here with the share price.
pwhite73
24/7/2020
07:54
Haha no relation, dont even know the person nor spoken to him/her on any board etc. But genuinely want fellow PI's to do well, and this company is in a very good position imho. Finally getting some recognition for their work possibly. We shall see, report out soon. Gl
bowssbyjuhelm
24/7/2020
07:36
Credit to cottoner for sharing this on the LES Board Highlighted in the Times Market ReportToday 07:17 Symphony bullish on additive Another day, another Aim company’s shares rocketing as a result of coronavirus. This time it was the turn of Symphony Environmental, whose d2p plastic additive can destroy 99.84 per cent of bovine coronavirus within 24 hours. Because d2p is embedded in the plastic, it does not require constant wiping down. Bovine coronavirus is from the same virus family as Covid-19 and Michael Laurier, Symphony’s chief executive, is “pretty sure” that d2p will kill Covid-19 as well. He has asked the government to free a laboratory for a coronavirus test but this has so far “proved an impossible task”, he said. “All we’re asking for is a few hours in a lab to be able to test [d2p] against coronavirus.” This year US regulators approved d2p’s use in bread bags to kill bacteria. The latest test shows d2p, in the works for a decade, can also kill viruses, which he described as a “very exciting and positive development”. Mr Laurier said that potential applications were endless, including bank cards, door handles and Tupperware. “Just about everything you can see or touch is where d2p should go.” The shares leapt 76.7 per cent to 26½p, valuing the company at £45 million.
like2share
24/7/2020
04:06
We are a Key Market Player... htTps://whattheythink.com/news/101697-global-market-oxo-biodegradable-plastic-packaging-likely-increase-cagr-54-value-terms-2027/
like2share
23/7/2020
22:49
lol "the start of something big" From a serial pump and dump merchant that has has multiple twitter accounts and never holds any position more than 1 day Aint that right intheknow69/cudmore/stockmarketmaesro/clancy3105 Naughty using multiple accounts on twitter to try and con people
dave4545
23/7/2020
22:09
From the Financial Times published just 3 hours ago https://www.ft.com/content/d5e27b1f-ba5a-4445-a329-1802cf70d619 "Surge in single-use PPE feeds ‘toxic’ pandemic waste crisis | Free to read"
pwhite73
23/7/2020
22:08
Buyers weren't scammed today - the market makers and traders rule. Its rarely wise to buy into a spike
jsforum
23/7/2020
22:04
Article just released on BBC website Plastic pollution to weigh 1.3 billion tonnes by 2040 An estimated 1.3 billion tonnes of plastic is destined for our environment - both land and water - by 2040, unless global action is taken. That's according to a global projection of the scale of the problem over the next 20 years. Dr Costas Velis from the University of Leeds said the number was "staggering" but that we had "the technology and the opportunity to stem the tide". continues.. hTtps://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-53521001
cottoner
23/7/2020
22:03
Yes probably no coincidence but the shareholder in question has very deep pockets and a petrochemicals business in Asia - exactly the type of stakeholder that could make us all much richer
jsforum
23/7/2020
22:00
Great analogy it's just like an everlasting showstopper- it's an additive that goes into the manufacturing process.
jsforum
23/7/2020
19:11
Does anyone know how the antiviral additive works because it sounds like the everlasting gobstopper? He talks about making a pen or a keyboard antiviral, but for how long? Strikes me that if a surface is reacting with something it must be losing its ability to react over time.
meaty
23/7/2020
19:00
Notice all the derampers out this afternoon! I wonder why? Opened shorts have we! 😆 This was a huge RNS and day traders were in and out as quick as a vicar in a brothel. This is just the start of something big.
intheknow69
23/7/2020
18:47
Two great proactive investor videos worth watching, today 23rd July and last weeks 16th July.
like2share
23/7/2020
18:43
What an interview woweee this is going to do a ASOS style rise over time
colin12345678
23/7/2020
18:42
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZvowKi-vv5I&feature=youtu.be In CEO's words today's news: "really, really big breakthrough" "really, really big step forward" Massive potential here which will unfold over time. They are very, very busy with gloves and face masks currently. The range of applications is enormous varying from all sorts of plastic products and latex. Hospitals, credit cards, face masks, food industry... the mind boggles!.......
colin12345678
23/7/2020
18:28
Also from RNS 16 July... "PPE finished products The current PPE product range includes nitrile, latex, vinyl and plastic examination gloves, and face masks. New orders in excess of £950,000 have been received for these types of finished products for delivery in the second half of this year into Symphony's export markets. This includes the previously announced £500,000 of orders received in May."
like2share
23/7/2020
18:26
From RNS 16 July... "The Group's cash position at 30 June 2020 remained healthy, with approximately £1.3 million available in cash and existing bank facilities. Based on current financial modelling the Group does not expect to need any additional cash in the next 12 months and will be able to continue to operate comfortably within its current financial resources."
like2share
23/7/2020
17:57
Good interview with CEO on proactive investor, sorry that not able to post link.
gemlotte55
23/7/2020
17:55
Good on ya! Wish you the best! Gl
bowssbyjuhelm
23/7/2020
17:51
74TOM ITS NOT RUBBISH. Everytime I got deal qoute it just kept rising until I thought I'm out. I thought it might add 2p.to share price given its only one more application amongst many. I.believe unless more good news arrives in next few weeks the share price will gradually fall back to 16-18.
2seabass
23/7/2020
17:31
I’m hoping for a rise but can’t see how after the uplift today. We’ve become a bit conditioned to think that a 70 per cent rise is nothing out of the ordinary. I hope they don’t use it as a reason for a placing, but this sort of a rise often gets the brokers on the blower. If Laurier is correct in saying that it kills Covid-19 in the air then that is remarkable. We know soapy water kills it on surfaces but airborne would be a lifesaver and could guarantee that masks would stop the spread.
grosstonnage
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