Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Venture Life LSE:VLG London Ordinary Share GB00BFPM8908 ORD 0.3P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 51.50p 50.00p 53.00p 52.50p 51.50p 52.50p 0 08:00:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services 14.3 -1.1 -3.8 - 18.97

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Venture Life Daily Update: Venture Life is listed in the Health Care Equipment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VLG. The last closing price for Venture Life was 51.50p.
Venture Life has a 4 week average price of 51.50p and a 12 week average price of 50.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 87.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 49.50p.
There are currently 36,837,106 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,690 shares. The market capitalisation of Venture Life is £18,971,109.59.
redartbmud: APAD Sorry, fixated on Spx at present. I am concerned about the size of the last acquisition and the possible indigestion in the short term. Share price ahead of the game in the short term? Rws. Opinion that the latest addition will be positive for the business and will not upset, but improve, many of the ratios that we monitor. Overall mildly beneficial to the share price. red
11_percent: SDX. Notes from flaberghast on lse Went to tonight’s presentation in London here’s my thoughts. I managed to talk to him afterwards.. First off, he said they’re definitely not thinking of raising anything in the near future. While they are actively looking to acquire assets in North Africa, due to competition over those distressed assets they will certainly not be able to “steal” anything as they did with Circle. Therefore the deal will have to be right for the company, and in their eyes, obviously value accretive. He said they would be looking at a mixture of debt, cash and equity to fund those targets depending on location and size. He didn’t give a definite estimate in the size of the targets, only that some of them would be larger than Circle. In terms of targets, the likes of SOU’s concessions in Morocco are not on the list as they do not fit the profile. He did say they would be looking at Naftogaz but the deal would have to be good. In terms of production, he said everything was ticking over nicely and Q3 results would be out sometime in November (no specific date). He said that they would be looking to update the market on drilling in Morocco when they feel it is appropriate and not just to chase the share price but he seemed very optimistic of drills to come and said that they had met the time targets of drilling in Morocco they’d aimed to achieve and found gas in the first well. He’s hoping that each well will be drilled in a time of 2 weeks but that the next one would probably be closer to 3. He said the 5 year gas contracts they’re negotiating in Morocco for production from KSR are between $10-12/mcf, so about a 20% increase to those previously which is great. He said demand in the region was double of their current pipeline capacity so he hopes to keep growing production rapidly in Morocco as margins are so high and the oil and gas regime is one of the best in the world. In terms of Egypt, he’s meeting with the minister next week to negotiate gas sales contracts from South Disouq beginning Q1 next year. He said it’s like negotiating with the Souk sellers so he couldn’t give a date as to when he expected a deal to be made. He thought they were in a strong position to negotiate a good deal as production would be coming online just as the country hits peak energy usage next summer. He said they’d made some further progress with receivables and it was now closer to $7m recovered and there was no reason why the balance wouldn’t be cleared by the end of next year. In terms of the most recent discoveries at Rabul and KSR-14, he was very surprised at the reaction of the share price given they will be in production so quickly. He wouldn’t comment on his thoughts for the stagnation in the share price, just that if he were to get a takeover offer atm, it would have to be many multiples of the share price Lastly he reiterated that the aim over the next 3 years is still to create a $1bn company
modform: Yes hydrus, very amusing board I must admit, it's always the poor MMs that driving down the share price. The mm is there to match the buys and sells and make the money through the spread, why should he give a monkey where the share price is.
hydrus: I see Paul Scott has today touched on the point I made earlier about re-ratings: 'The danger is that investors think we're investing Gods, because our portfolios have risen a lot. However in many cases, as Zytronic demonstrates, the share price rise from 375p to 577p has been driven mainly by multiple expansion - i.e. the market valuing the company on 20 times, instead of 14 times future earnings.Whereas earnings expectations have only risen from 26.0p to 28.6p. In other words, a 10% increase in earnings expectations fed through into a 54% share price rise in the last year. By far the largest factor for the 54% share price rise is expansion of the PER from 14 to 20. This is dangerous, as it's bull market stuff, which can very easily reverse back to normal (mean reversion) in a bear market.'I do think that one or two of the posters on here would do well to reflect on his opening line.
redartbmud: APAD Placed at 425p. which is a bit better than the opinion that 411p would be the number. I wonder if any of the big shareholders had an opportunity to get out above £5 before the announcement, and if the shares have gone to new holders. If existing institutions have added, they will be hidebound by their terms/articles so may have to 'adjust' their weighting - sell the excess. That will create a short term overhang and the price will stay soft for now. Others, who have not been able to buy may see the 'low' price a heaven sent opportunity to add. That could well create volatility for now. If hell bent on selling, I would pick a good day, when the market is on the up and the share price is sharing the sentiment. I am still not sure of the real value of the enlarged group, so I can't throw out a number that would make any sense for the present. red
redartbmud: APAD Bvxp, you must be close to a declarable interest, as a major shareholder, by now, given the number of purchases! Seriously: The share price has jumped from £18.87 in July '17 to £27.50 today. a bit of a jump. Is the share price ahead of events, or is the growth sufficient to justify c50% uplift? red
apad: Doesn't he run the home for sick puppies, Lauders? I have seen such data-free opinions repeated year after year after year on the run up to market reversals by people paid for words. If you repeat it often and regularly enough you will eventually be correct. But you won't be correct that often because major market corrections are RARE events. So, one is better advised to study normal markets rather than attempting to predict rare events. There is a problem with data and major market reversals. That is that the effect is so large that virtually any metric one chooses, e.g. unemployment, will show a significant effect that is coincident with the market reversal. Unfortunately they are not predictors. The CGS news has not affected the share price, so you may well be right, janeann, that the announcement is benign. Scaredy cat would sell the lot. TSTL's announcement, which I saw as not concerning, seems to have blown some froth off the share price. apad
redartbmud: Thought Vodafone was a telecoms company: "In February 2016, Vodafone issued a two-tranche mandatory convertible bond (MCB), the first tranche of which is due to mature in August 2017. As a result, Vodafone today announces it is to commence a new irrevocable and non-discretionary share buy-back programme. The sole purpose of this programme is to reduce the issued share capital of Vodafone and thereby to avoid any change in Vodafone's issued share capital as a result of the maturing of the first tranche of the MCB. In order to satisfy the redemption of the first tranche of the MCB, a maximum of 729,077,008 shares will be issued on 25 August 2017 at a conversion price of £1.9751. This reflected the conversion price at issue (£2.1730) adjusted for the pound sterling equivalent of aggregate dividends paid in August 2016, February 2017, and August 2017. As announced on 19 February 2016, when the MCB was issued Vodafone also entered into an accompanying option structure. This option structure will ensure that the total cash outflow to execute the programme will be broadly equivalent to the £1.44bn raised on issuing the first tranche of the MCB, regardless of any differential between the conversion price and the ordinary share price during the execution of the programme. Therefore, the maximum pecuniary amount allocated to the Programme is £1.5bn (taking into account money received or paid under this accompanying option structure). The programme will be financed out of the proceeds from Vodafone's Verizon loan notes, which Vodafone received in two tranches as partial consideration for the sale of its 45% stake in Verizon Wireless in 2014. Vodafone received $2.5bn in cash in December 2016 following the redemption of the first tranche of these loan notes." Where on earth do they find the time to manage the business? :-) red
redartbmud: APAD Spx is tightly held, so a few more trades than the daily norm move the share price well beyond what you might expect. Up or down there is major overcompensation. Maybe the tintins will sway the movement with their mainly superficial comments. Could we see good results and a share price fall because they were expecting more? With such a highly rated stock it is tough to buy before the announcement. Just a ramble. red
apad: FT: "Fever-Tree Tonic Water ingredients: Carbonated Spring Water, Cane Sugar, Citric Acid, Natural flavouring, Quinine. Tonic Water price: 37.5p per 100ml. Share price change since November 2014: 1,171.2 per cent. Britvic Tonic Water ingredients: Carbonated Water, Sugar, Citric Acid, Flavourings, Quinine, Preservative (Potassium Sorbate), Sweetener (Saccharin). Tonic Water price: 31.2p per 100ml. Share price change since November 2014: 3.4 per cent."
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