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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tungsten Corporation Plc LSE:TUNG London Ordinary Share GB00B7Z0Q502 ORD 0.438P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 31.25 31.00 31.50 32.00 32.00 32.00 8,122 16:35:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 36.8 -26.0 -20.6 - 39

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/9/2020
15:35
odey clearly impatient now. we need some news of big wins that pay today not tomorrow.
edwardt
07/9/2020
10:17
There is no prospect of a catalyst to drive the share price? The FY21 outlook is just more of the same dependent on COVID impact...I was looking for a strategy around how to grow the business i.e acquisitions. The current model is not going to move the valuation of the business to a PE of around 5-6?
zinzanno8
07/9/2020
08:01
read ok to me.
edwardt
03/9/2020
11:21
Are results due monday?
netcurtains
21/7/2020
06:28
Let's see if the lemon man can squeeze the pips
edwardt
20/7/2020
17:01
hxxps://www.edisongroup.com/publication/resilience-and-promising-partnerships/27317 FY20 trading update: On track Tungsten’s FY20 trading update signalled the group is broadly on track in terms of numbers and strategy implementation. Revenue of £36.8m was up 2% on the prior year or +3% ex-Tungsten Network Finance (TNF) to £36.3m. Adjusted EBITDA was in line with guidance (implying c £2.7m or £3.7m ex-TNF). Net cash at £3.2m was up from £1m at end H120, largely for seasonal reasons, but still ahead of expectation. New sales billings were flat y-o-y at £4m but accelerated between first and second halves (£1.7m to £2.3m) reflecting traction of new products. As planned, the TNF loan portfolio was wound down in June with supply chain financing continued through a partnership with Orbian. A partnership has been established with a major US bank, which could lead to the addition of up to 28 accounts payable customers, and technical integration with Coupa Software’s Coupalink platform has been completed opening the potential for Tungsten to act as an e-invoicing partner to this business spend management platform. Outlook: E-invoicing opportunity remains in sight Over 90% of Tungsten’s revenues are recurring and repeatable, providing resilience. There is still some uncertainty over prospective transaction-related revenue, which dropped post lockdown but is now recovering. Tungsten indicates that if volumes return to pre-COVID levels by the start of H121 then consensus FY21 expectations could be met (revenue c £39m, adj EBITA c £5m). We look to resume publication of estimates later in the year as the situation becomes clearer. On a longer view the pandemic has underlined the benefits of e-invoicing and Tungsten remains committed to delivering the growth opportunity this provides. Valuation Tungsten trades on an enterprise to sales multiple of 1.3x compared with peers Coupa, Basware and Esker on 30.4x, 5.5x and 6.9x respectively. There is therefore significant scope for the valuation gap to narrow as Tungsten provides further evidence of delivery of its strategy.
tvh123
20/7/2020
16:33
Tungsten Corporation’s CEO Andrew Lemonofides and CFO Chris Allen discuss the business model, the impact of COVID-19 and the longer-term outlook for e-invoicing following the release of the company’s trading update for the financial year ended 30 April 2020. Https://youtu.be/ny8JhQYWOi0
pkarnezis
20/7/2020
15:02
then again we all know that stuff is bullsh!t, right?
edwardt
20/7/2020
15:01
amazed no chartists are not here- looks like a classic break out to me. resistance far higher up.
edwardt
20/7/2020
13:23
Well done - gotta get velocity of money moving through the economy - just don't pay for it with tungsten stock
edwardt
20/7/2020
11:40
Confidence restored is my take. Off to town to do a bit of patriotism by spending some money !
corrientes
20/7/2020
10:03
market likes it. i get a sense we on this board have gone through all the emotions possible here and a healthy spate of cynicism usually is the result of dashed hopes but often this is the time the stock confounds investors.
edwardt
20/7/2020
08:07
The only interest a shorter has is looking for bad news, but if that doesn't work, say there's no news, even if that's not correct.
corrientes
20/7/2020
07:53
"In July we concluded our largest ever single partnership agreement with a leading US bank. This has the potential to deliver e-invoicing volumes of up to 2.5 million invoices from up to 28 new AP buyers, who in turn will release up to 40,000 new AP suppliers onto our platform. This could significantly expand our active AP buyer portfolio"
garth
20/7/2020
07:13
Utterly hopeless - virtually non-existent revenue growth, and a baffling reluctance to clearly state ebitda and operating profit/loss figures. FY18 (excluding TNF): Revenue of £33.3m resulted in £10.1m operating loss FY19 (excluding TNF): Revenue of £35.4m resulted in £2.6m operating loss FY20 (excluding TNF): Revenue of £36.3m At least they were cash flow positive for the year. Some decent developments in Q1 offers some comfort. Anyone aware of FY21 guidance?
tvh123
17/7/2020
15:50
lets see what monday brings...
edwardt
06/7/2020
10:29
I've been a holder since 2015, will stay till the bitter (or happy) end... Good luck everybody.
pkarnezis
06/7/2020
10:14
Has disappointed for so long now, that nobody putting any faith in the company, but in these times, the revenue should increase substantially, and if fixed costs come down, then who knows what might happen to the share price, says he hopefully.
corrientes
04/7/2020
15:15
Not exactly old guard, but having sold up I have been back in for a bit. The trading statement was positive. Looking forward to results.G.
garth
04/7/2020
12:48
I hope the old guard are still here.
edwardt
03/7/2020
16:03
trendline broken. we are in the groove for a good run.
edwardt
02/7/2020
16:41
odey clearly thinks there is hope.
edwardt
27/6/2020
15:35
60p day after results? I wouldn't be too surprised
edwardt
18/6/2020
09:01
...as a VERY lth here...I'm always looking for the faintest signs of life...hve to say..what I read(extract below) did not exactly get the juices flowing.Rather feel that the figures due 3rd wk July are going to hve to shoot the lights out to generate any sustained upward movement in share price Revenues remain in line with our YTD Q3-FY20 expectations. Whilst we still expect to show year on year growth in new sales billings, the growth will be below the level that we had previously expected and as a result we are a little more cautious about the outturn for the full year. However, as a result of prudent cost controls, we currently expect to meet EBITDA expectations." hTTps://www.sharesmagazine.co.uk/news/market/6821439/Trading-Update-for-the-Nine-Months-to-31-Jan-2020
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