Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Vela Technologies Plc LSE:VELA London Ordinary Share GB00BYZ9XC29 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.01 15.69% 0.07375 2,384,794,705 15:19:21
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.0725 0.075 0.0975 0.0725 0.0725
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media -0.16 -0.02 6
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:04:27 O 18,831,015 0.077 GBX

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Vela Technologies Daily Update: Vela Technologies Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VELA. The last closing price for Vela Technologies was 0.06p.
Vela Technologies Plc has a 4 week average price of 0.06p and a 12 week average price of 0.03p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.19p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.03p.
There are currently 8,714,327,826 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 224,665,817 shares. The market capitalisation of Vela Technologies Plc is £6,426,816.77.
amrishbhim: That's the one, I'm surprised that Vela price today but believe we shall move forward in few days
gostaa: Vela Technologies share price has doubled in a week, here’s 3 possible reasons why: hxxps://
genierub: Finally we see the confirmation. Derampers saying a director is selling - please read the RNS properly, the date and the following: "Further to a July 31 announcement, Antony Laiker has stepped down as company director with James Normand appointed executive director with immediate effect. Vela plans to appoint another director by the end of 2020. Chair Brent Fitzpatrick said: "I would like to take this opportunity to thank Antony for his hard work and contribution to the company over the years, and wish him well with his future endeavours." Its all about James Normand now. Go see what he did with AAA Share Price and one will realise what will happen at VELA. A blue day but still waiting for 1p+....Tick Tock, Tick Tock
bmwman3: This post has been borrowed and adapted for vela but very relative I feel! Large multiple late tradesLook at the trades for every day, notice late trades appearing printed a few days after. Large ones. When people take positions they tend to buy in batches. When orders are printed late, its because they took time to fill.So my theory is...Demand for Vela shares is huge.There are massive buy orders being filled at around the placing price These orders take time to fill as there is not a huge amount of Vela holders wanting to sellThe MM's and machine trades have big buy orders Because they are so big compared to live trades, they need to be filled over time and many trades.As there is so many, that dictates the price and demand and holds it at as the order demand is larger than live tradingOnce all those orders are filled, by weeding out impatient and weak investorsThe new demand will be a higher price as the big money orders are filled and we are free to move.
bmwman3: Share price forecastThe one analyst offering a 12 month price target expects Vela Technologies PLC share price to rise to 2.50 in the next year from the last price of 0.125.
bapodra_investments: There are a few issues/concerns that need clearing up for me. One is how much working capital Vela actually have right now? We all know that they sold 1,411,111 ordinary shares on Rosslyn Data Technologies PLC. I think it was for around 4.17 pence but don't quote me on that. Now this disposal of shares generated proceeds of around £58,868. This money was going to be used for working capital activity. This tells me that the decision may have been pushed upon Vela due to lack of working capital. This is a worrying sign for me. Of course I could be wrong but I have not seen any evidence to convince me I may be wrong. The repayment date for the Bonds (£50,000)is August 2020 which is next month. Yes, that is right next month. The only way I see Vela making this repayment is by liquidating some assets. This is going to affect its valuation. It seems that Vela needs a significant investment but where is this going to come from? I am sure in the background Vela are looking at an acquisition to utilise Vela as a reverse takeover vehicle. This is going to be interesting as this seems the more likely exit route out of the predicament Vela finds itself in. I want Vela's share price to rise but there needs to be a balanced view and I am presenting the potential 'red flags' which are lurking. All us shareholders would like to see the Vela's share price go up but for that to happen the valuations of the companies that Vela has a stake in need to rise. Not just that but Vela needs to have a significant and meaningful stake in those companies to affect its own valuation. I am not so sure that Vela's investments are significant enough in the companies it has invested in but again I may be wrong on this.
archlight: Fri, 3rd Jul 2020 14:10 RNS Number : 0289S Vela Technologies PLC 03 July 2020 RNS Reach 3 July 2020 Vela Technologies plc ("Vela" or the "Company") Update re investment in Interbit Ltd The Board of Vela (AIM: VELA) notes the recent announcement by North Peak Resources Ltd ("NPR"), formally Interbit Ltd, regarding the completion of its Change of Business ("COB") transaction, resulting in NPR now being regarded as Tier 2 mining issuer under the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange. Consequently, trading in the common shares of NPR began trading on the Exchange 30 June 2020. In conjunction with the COB transaction, NPR has completed a consolidation of its share capital on a 2 for 1 basis. Therefore, Vela now owns 310,000 common shares in NPR equivalent to approximately 1.75 per cent. of NPR's issued share capital. NPR is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange, on which the closing mid-market price on 2 July 2020 was C$0.78 per share. This values Vela's shareholding in NPR at C$241,800 (equivalent to c. £143,187*). Extracts from the NPR announcement are copied below, including further details regarding the COB transaction. *Based on the exchange rate as on 3 July 2020 of C$1: GB£0.5922.
bapodra_investments: There is very little doubt in my mind that Vela is likely to be experiencing cash flow problems. The shares are at an all time low. The shareholders have been diluted to 'death'. The company's share price and charts are unlikely to attract new investors into the company. If there are no new buyers or there are not more buyers than sellers, how does the share price rise? There are reasons why the share price is where it is. The only thing now is whether Vela after destructing investors capital provides an opportunity for 'value investors' who feel/think there is a value investment here. So far they do not as they have not invested large enough to drive up the share price. Worrying times. The shares cannot even manage a 'pump and dump' at the moment!
bapodra_investments: It seems this share has bottomed. It is unlikely to go down further though anything is possible on AIM! If the share price declines further then that is the end of the journey for this company in my personal view. The loss of confidence in the market and the share price destruction will make it difficult for this company to have a booming and sustainable share price regardless of the investments it holds. This share desperately needs value investors who believe this company is undervalued and start investing in this company by buying shares. That is the only way the share price can go up. This means the valuations of the companies that Vela has invested in needs to go up significantly. This needs to lead to an increase in confidence in the market and thus new investors need to inject capital into this company by acquiring shares and lots of them! Everything else is 'noise'. I think we are at a 'Make or Break' time for Vela Technologies PLC. How long can it remain listed on AIM as an investment vehicle without working capital to pay for its outgoings?
lazygun: Yep. Think selling the weshop stake is a terrible idea. Post ipo is when weshop has the opportunity to show the greatest gains. I’m ever more certain that this is an attempt to shore up the vela share price so it goes above the nominal value of the shares. But to telegraph that you want to sell, with your “minimum”; price is a terrible way to start negotiations in any case. It just looks weak and desperate. And vela hasn’t published its rationale for selling in the first place. I mean, you don’t invest in the way vela invests, only to sell your stake in a company prior to IPO’ing. It’s just nuts AL has really gone down the respect scale now. They are making what I think is a really poor decision... L.
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