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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Valirx Plc LSE:VAL London Ordinary Share GB00BLH13C52 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.25 1.74% 14.65 3,333,745 16:35:07
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
14.50 15.25 15.25 14.25 14.625
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology -2.72 -0.26 8
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:07 O 100,000 14.9505 GBX

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14/8/2020
09:20
Valirx Daily Update: Valirx Plc is listed in the Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VAL. The last closing price for Valirx was 14.40p.
Valirx Plc has a 4 week average price of 7.25p and a 12 week average price of 6.63p.
The 1 year high share price is 22.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.40p.
There are currently 54,062,373 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,271,714 shares. The market capitalisation of Valirx Plc is £7,920,137.64.
13/8/2020
09:16
nico115: With the increased interest here it won't take long to clear them,maybe 2 or 3 days Mkt cap of 25m is fair value for me so 63m shares and 40p share price
12/8/2020
16:14
rogerramjett: People. Forget news. This is correcting on its own. Once it reaches value of comparison to sector peers then it will be fair value and require further news to push it on. With news, positive update or licencing agreement etc, who knows where the share price could be. We need to remember the MCap is just a reflection of the shares in issue times the share price. So with only 52m shares in issue, it is mind blowing where this could go with just one parcel of positive news.
04/5/2020
07:18
thebossman: Broker Option The Broker Option is a facility to allow existing shareholders of the Company, being shareholders of the Company who hold shares in the Company as at the close of business on 1 May 2020 ("Existing Shareholders") to participate in the Fundraise on the same basis as the Placing, In order to allow Existing Shareholders to have an opportunity to subscribe for new ordinary shares in the Company at the Placing Price ("Broker Option Shares"), the Company has granted Peterhouse a Broker Option over 4,166,667 new ordinary shares in the Company exercisable at the Placing Price raising £250,000 before expenses. The Broker Option will be exercised by Peterhouse by 7 May 2020 to conditionally issue 4,166,666 Broker Option Shares, on the same terms and conditions as the Placing Shares. Participation in the Broker Option (other than at the discretion of the Broker) is only available to Existing Shareholders and all orders from such Existing Shareholders will be accepted and processed by Peterhouse on a strictly "First Come, First Served" basis. Peterhouse is entitled to participate in the Broker Options as principal and has undertaken to fully exercise the Broker Option. To subscribe for Broker Option Shares, Existing Shareholders should communicate their bid to Peterhouse via their stockbroker as Peterhouse cannot take direct orders from individual private investors. Existing Shareholders who wish to register their interest in participating in the Broker Option Shares should instruct their stockbroker to call Peterhouse on STX: 76086 or +44 (0) 20 7220 9792. Each bid should state the number of Broker Option Shares the Existing Shareholder wishes to subscribe for at the Placing Price. Peterhouse may choose not to accept bids and/or to accept bids, either in whole or in part, on the basis of allocations determined at their discretion (after consultation with the Company) and may scale down any bids for this purpose on such basis as Peterhouse may determine. Peterhouse may also, subject to prior consent of the Company, allocate new ordinary shares after the time of any initial allocation to any person submitting a bid after that time. The Broker Option Shares will have Fundraise Warrants attached - details of which are set out below. Conversion In addition, the Company has conditionally agreed to settle existing liabilities amounting to £84,168 through the issue of 1,402,800 new ordinary shares at the Placing Price ("Conversion Shares"). Kevin Alexander, a Director of the Company and Suzanne Dilly, a proposed Director of the Company, have agreed to convert existing liabilities of £10,000 each, in aggregate £20,000 into 333,333 ordinary shares at the Placing Price, included within the above figure of 1,402,800 Conversion Shares. The Conversion Shares will have Fundraise Warrants attached - details of which are set out below. Fundraise Warrants Attached to every share issued pursuant to the Fundraise ("Fundraise Share") is a warrant ("Fundraise Warrant") allowing the holder of a Fundraise Share to conditionally subscribe for an additional ordinary share in the Company for every two Fundraise Shares held at an exercise price of 13 pence per share (the "Fundraise Warrants" or "Warrant Exercise Price"). The Fundraise Warrants will vest if the closing mid-market share price of the Company exceeds 15p over a 5-consecutive day period within 12 months of the date of the Fundraise Shares are admitted to trading on AIM. The Company may serve notice ("Notice") on the Fundraise Warrant holder to exercise their Fundraise Warrant in the event that the vesting criteria is met. Such Notice will be served by way of a regulatory notification, In the event the Company serves Notice, any Fundraise Warrants remaining unexercised after 5 business days following the notification of the Notice will be cancelled. The Fundraise Warrants are not transferable. Use of proceeds and working capital update The Company previously announced (10 March 2020, 30 March 2020) that its working capital position was extremely weak. On 1 April 2020 the Company announced that it had conditionally raised gross proceeds of £200,000 (" Conditional Placing ") through the issue of 5,714,288 ordinary shares at a price of 3.5p per share, the Conditional Placing became unconditional on 15 April 2020, following the general meeting held on 14 April 2020. The use of proceeds arising from the Fundraise will provide the Company with additional funds to meet its working capital requirements in the medium term and will enable the Company to fund the close-out period of its clinical trial of VAL201. Total Voting Rights The Company's current issued share capital comprise 17,992,906 ordinary shares of 0.1p each with voting rights. The Company does not hold any shares in treasury. This figure of 17,992,906 may be used by shareholders in the Company as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change in their interest in, the share capital of the Company under the FCA's Disclosure and Transparency Rules.
29/4/2020
18:03
412069: 29/04/2020 5:42pm UK Regulatory (RNS & others) TIDMVAL RNS Number : 3894L ValiRx PLC 29 April 2020 VALIRX PLC ("ValiRx", the "Company" or the "Group") Statement re social media reports London, UK ., 29 April 2020: ValiRx Plc (AIM: VAL), the clinical stage biotechnology company, notes the recent movement in the Company's share price and speculative comments posted on social media in respect of a potential Joint Venture in relation to the Company's non-core intellectual property - GeneICE, TRAC and BioFit. The Company confirms that it is in talks with a third-party in relation to a Joint Venture. However, there is no certainty the talks will conclude in a successful manner, nor that in the event that the Joint Venture is agreed, that the terms will be favourable to the Company. -ENDS- This announcement contains inside information for the purposes of Article 7 of EU Regulation 596/2014. For more information, please contact: ValiRx plc Tel: +44 (0)207 0732628 www.valirx.com Kevin Alexander - Non-executive Director Cairn Financial Advisers LLP (Nominated Tel: +44 (0) 20 7213 0880 Adviser) Liam Murray / Jo Turner / Ludovico Lazzaretti Peterhouse Capital Limited (Sole Broker) Tel: +44 (0) 20 7469 0930 Duncan Vasey / Lucy Williams / Eran Zucker This information is provided by RNS, the news service of the London Stock Exchange. RNS is approved by the Financial Conduct Authority to act as a Primary Information Provider in the United Kingdom. Terms and conditions relating to the use and distribution of this information may apply. For further information, please contact rns@lseg.com or visit www.rns.com. END
23/2/2020
12:43
fredd1eboy: ?  Share PricesValirx Share PriceValirx Share Chat?Valirx Share Chat (VAL)?VAL SharePrice?VAL ShareNews?VAL ShareChat10?VAL ShareTrades21?VALLive RNSVAL Information  ?Buy VAL Shares?Add VAL to Watchlist?Add VAL to Alert?Add VAL to myTerminal Share Price Information for Valirx (VAL)? Share Price is delayed by 15 minutesGet Live DataShare Price:0.0575Bid:0.055Ask:0.06Change:-0.0075 (-11.54%) Spread: 0.005 (9.09%)Open: 0.065High: 0.065Low: 0.0575Yest. Close: 0.065?Last checked at 12:41:04Share Discussion for ValirxRegular Premium Filters Thread ViewPost Message2550100123BwgsPosts: 568Price: 0.0575No OpinionPositiveToday 12:27Well the only positive I can take from this appalling share is, when / if it folds I don't have to look at the shocking loss I've encountered.Absolutely shocking the way this company has been run, run right into the ground.Thankfully I've backed a couple of really great companies that cover this sham of a share and losses, but others may not be so lucky.Wish you all the best to the future.ReplyRecommend (1)Report PostFredd1eboyPosts: 6,098Price: 0.0575No OpinionRE: FAO ...Why so many have invested in Valirx.....Thank you for your kind reply. I am also very sorry to hear about your son -in-laws death to cancer.Yes it is very hard to carry on when you lose loved ones. Like you it is my Son's and their families that keep me goingone day at a time, it is good that your daughter and grandchildren have you to be there for them.Both me and my wife were hoping for a cure for cancer and even though the odds was against my wife she was brave to theend and life will never be the same again without her . It is this reason that makes me very mad when you have directors of Valirxthat don't seem to care about all the people suffering from cancer all they want is their big wages each month. It is good that your groupare helping people stand up to Valirx when you all have got a lot going on in your own lives .All the best wishes to your group and their familesTake care.
06/1/2020
08:04
fredd1eboy: ?Our new Cryptocurrency section has arrived! Click here  Share PricesValirx Share PriceValirx Share Chat?Valirx Share Chat (VAL)?VAL SharePrice?VAL ShareNews?VAL ShareChat21?VAL ShareTrades?VALLive RNS1VAL Information  ?Buy VAL Shares?Add VAL to Watchlist?Add VAL to Alert?Add VAL to myTerminal Share Price Information for Valirx (VAL)? Share Price is delayed by 15 minutesGet Live DataShare Price:0.11Bid:0.10Ask:0.12Change:0.00 (0.00%) Spread: 0.02 (20.00%)Open: 0.125High: 0.125Low: 0.11Yest. Close: 0.12?Last checked at 08:03:23Share Discussion for ValirxRegular Premium Filters Thread ViewPost Message2550100123LoveSingh1Posts: 46Price: 0.11No OpinionRE: Gravy train choo choo chooToday 08:05GREAT TIME TO TOP UP! VAL401 should have soon.ReplyRecommendReport PostBluepantherPosts: 364Price: 0.11No OpinionRE: Gravy train choo choo chooToday 08:05Anyone buying this now is a complete moron imo.. you will lose your money.. George Morris is a fvkin greedy ponce... he does not give a flying fvk about shareholders... move on quickly!!ReplyRecommend (1)Report PostFredd1eboyPosts: 5,707Price: 0.11No OpinionRE: Fao....George Morris and SatuToday 08:05For a couple supposedly seeking to relieve human suffering they are happy to inflict it on their investors....I just hope the events of the last year are in the sights of the authorities....I refer to the "spiral of death deal" in particular. Its not acceptable to blame it on anyone else. Last year GM said if anyone was to fall on their sword it should be their lawyer..... not any member of staff...but whose it going to be this time.... enough's enough...the buck stops with Satu and GM....they are the ones who should be resigning to allow professionals with business acumen to do the job a clutch of fine wine drinking, self opionated Phd's are incapable of.
02/8/2019
18:48
fredd1eboy: ?  Share PricesValirx Share PriceValirx Share Chat?Valirx Share Chat (VAL)?VAL SharePrice?VAL ShareNews?VAL ShareChat17?VAL ShareTrades15?VALLive RNSVAL Information ?Buy VAL Shares?Add VAL to Watchlist?Add VAL to Alert?Add VAL to myTerminalShare Price Information for Valirx (VAL)?Share Price:0.18Bid:0.17Ask:0.19Change:0.00 (0.00%) Spread: 0.02 (11.76%)Open: 0.18High: 0.18Low: 0.18Yest. Close: 0.18?Last checked at 18:43:01Share Discussion for ValirxRegular Premium Filters Thread ViewPost Message2550100123nomlunguPosts: 3,569Price: 0.18No OpinionJoint BrokerToday 18:37Valirx announced on the 23rd of July 'the appointment of SVS Securities PLC as the Company's joint broker.'There have been rumours throughout the day that they [SVS] have been shut down. If this is actually correct then the judgement of the BOD will be called into question again after the EHGO transaction.From Value the Markets:'Multiple sources confirmed this morning that SVS Securities has been shut down. Staff members were sent home early this morning and the company was not allowed to engage in any market activity at the open. Apparently, an administrator has been appointed and a statement is expected on Monday.'I have tried logging into an imaginary SVS account and the browser just hangs - I have no idea what is going on but it is certainly worth bearing in mind over the next few days.
12/5/2019
20:43
spurs90: Calculation For Trading: Resistance Level (R3): 0.486 Resistance Level (R2): 0.456 Resistance Level (R1): 0.433 Pivot Point: 0.4022 Support Level (S1): 0.379 Support Level (S2): 0.349 Support Level (S3): 0.326 Questions & Answers about Valirx Projection What is the Valirx stock price / share price today? The Valirx stock price is 0.410 GBX today. Will Valirx stock price grow / rise / go up? Yes. The VAL stock price can go up from 0.410 GBX to 47.862 GBX in one year. Is it profitable to invest in Valirx stock? Yes. The long-term earning potential is +11573.76% in one year. Will VAL stock price fall / drop? No (see above). What will Valirx stock price be worth in five years (2024)? The VAL ("VAL" ) future stock price will be 8.808 GBX. Will VAL stock price crash? According to our analysis, this will not happen. Will Valirx stock price hit 1 GBX price in a year? Yes, within a year ( see above). Will Valirx stock price hit 5 GBX price in a year? Yes, within a year ( see above). Will Valirx stock price hit 10 GBX price in a year? Yes, within a year
01/5/2019
01:42
thebossman: Nico...so what is the subscritive share price .Surely the share price must be 0.60p for valirx to get the full monies they need... An aggregate structuring fee totalling £278,000 is payable to the Investor by ValiRx in three equal instalments of £92,666.66 following each of the tranches ("Structuring Fee"), relating both to the Subscription and also the Convertible Funds (as detailed below). Tranche 1 Application is shortly to be made to the London Stock Exchange for the 71,000,000 Tranche 1 new ordinary shares, and it is expected that the shares will be admitted to trading on AIM on or around 1 May 2019 ("Tranche 1 Admission"). Following Tranche 1 Admission, the Company's enlarged issued share capital will comprise 752,629,382 ordinary shares of 0.1p each with voting rights. The Company does not hold any shares in treasury. This figure of 752,629,382 may be used by shareholders in the Company as the denominator for the calculations by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change in their interest in, the share capital of the Company under the FCA's Disclosure and Transparency Rules. An aggregate structuring fee totalling £278,000 is payable to the Investor by ValiRx in three equal instalments of £92,666.66 following each of the tranches ("Structuring Fee"), relating both to the Subscription and also the Convertible Funds (as How are valirx going to pay back this loan...if our share price keeps falling...???? FD should be given the boot for this deal,unless its known that LOI will be signed very soon..??? hTTps://www.netlawman.co.uk/ia/appointment-removal-company-directors Removing directors A director holds office at the wish of the shareholders. He can be removed by a 50% vote at a meeting of the shareholders. The meeting need give no reason. A single majority shareholder automatically carries over 50% so he alone can remove a director. Retirement by rotation At each annual general meeting of the company, one-third of the total number of directors must retire from office and be subject to re-election. Shareholders can remove a director from the board simply by failing to re-elect him. Executive directors, however, are exempt from this requirement. JS..Valirx must be 100% sure that the LOI will be signed by the date you mention.. Otherwise according to your figures its going to cost the company a fortune.
10/2/2019
23:27
k9p: Is this guy for real? If he is some one should explain how things work and how to find out information and reporting to to mention how you short and sell without real exposure or even being seen Price: 0.90 RE: Forward sellingSat 11:06Can anyone tell me which firms are the MM's on VAL? (I don't have this information). I want to compile a report to go to the FCA should there be yet another placing in the next days/weeks. We all know these placings have worked in the past. People in the know, allegedly tell their mates about the confidential placing. People in the know, (the MM's?) must then collude to mark up the price knowing what's going on. People in the know, then forward sell their shares knowing they will be allocated shares cheaper from the placing. People in the know, also instruct their broker to sell shares once the sudden price increase has happened. These people then wait for the price to be ticked back down (by the MM's) and buy back cheaper. The FCA can easily: Investigate the last few placings in VAL. Find out who was involved in the confidential negotiations (and thus "inside" Find out who the MM's were for each of these recent placings. List all the "large" trades as soon as the confidential negotiations started. Ascertain which brokers placed these trades. Request these brokers to supply who their underlying client is. My guess is that IF the FCA were prepared to do a full investgation, the same MM's/brokers/clents would be involved and perhaps the FCA could find a link between those who were "inside" and those who made a quick profit. Perhaps I am way off the mark here? Perhaps its now a good time to invest in VAL and something positive is about to happen. Perhaps this is why the price ticked-up and there were lots of shares traded? Perhaps it was a "pump & dump" and just day traders forcing the price changes? No doubt we will all find out one day. However, IF a placing is about to be announced, some people who are "inside" may have broken the rules and this needs to be investigated. In this day and age and with all the "do-gooders" in the world, the above is pure speculation of course and my take on events. I am not suggesting that anyone from VAL, the MM's or brokers have broken the law. All I can do is complie my findings and send this evidence to the FCA. It will be the FCA who be judge and jury. I have close friends who have been invested in VAL for years. They invested their hard earned cash into VAL based on their own choice and have stuck with VAL believing they may recover some of their "losses" one day! I have seen how VAL's decline has affected their lives. Just when they think the VAL share price is about to start ticking up, their hopes and dreams are immediately quoshed. This has happened far too often. I welcome any comments from the geniune VAL investors who possibly feel the same way. Any advice or assistance would be greatly appreciated. I also expect the usual responses from the "trolls" who have no interest in VAL. I really do hope VAL deliver something positive soon and my friends recover some, all, or better still,more than they originally invested into VAL. Thanks ev
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