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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Widecells Group Plc LSE:WDC London Ordinary Share GB00BD060S65 ORD GBP0.0025
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.285 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.28 0.29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Health Care Equipment & Services -2.15 -1.00 4
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 0.285 GBX

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20/10/2020
09:20
Widecells Daily Update: Widecells Group Plc is listed in the Health Care Equipment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WDC. The last closing price for Widecells was 0.29p.
Widecells Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 0p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 1,399,302,698 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Widecells Group Plc is £3,988,012.69.
09/7/2019
11:11
ihavenoclue: Rule Number 1 : Don't get emotional about investing. 1blue, I have put you down as a fail on that one. Now let's have a look at funding, DS gets funding from EHGOS for WDC to clear up legacy issues that was supposed to put a floor on the share price of 0.4p. in fact the share price dropped down to 0.3p so the deal occurred an extra 25% loss to the shareholder. Then DS again goes to EHGOS, ignoring better offers, to fund drilling for AAOG. How is that in the best interests of the shareholders there as LB28 already mentioned. So why does DS go to EHGOS if they have already damaged a share he has dealings with ? He MUST be getting some kind of 'commission' yet to suggest that I get called a cretin. 1blue, please explain, taking out what the companies do as that has NOTHING to do with what I mentioned, how DS doing a deal with EHGOS is in the best interests of the shareholder ? You say my avatar is correct but it seems more and more like you should own it. Also I am pretty sure you will be proved wrong before the week is out so I will be sure to mention it when it happens. Cheer up and take the emotion out of it, there's a good chap. Best Regards IHNC P.S. Don't threaten people online as you have NO idea who you are talking to :)
26/6/2019
10:15
big bull billy: Placing at 5.25p and share price 1.35p rising very quickly An immediate payment of 22,067,206 ordinary shares in the capital of Kibo at an issue price of GBP0.0525 per share ('First Tranche Shares'); -- Upon receiving confirmation from MED that a preliminary notice to proceed with construction on the Bordersley power site has been issued by the Owners Engineer for the construction and commissioning of the Bordersley site - 6,000,000 ordinary shares in the capital of Kibo at an issue price of GBP0.0525 per share; -- Upon receiving confirmation from MED that a final notice to proceed with construction on the Bordersley power site has been issued by the Owners Engineer for the construction and commissioning of the Bordersley site - 6,000,000 ordinary shares in the capital of Kibo at an issue price of GBP0.0525 per share; -- Upon receiving confirmation from MED that the Owners Engineer for the construction and commissioning of the Bordersley site has commenced with commissioning of the Bordersley power plant - 6,000,000 ordinary shares in the capital of Kibo at an issue price of GBP0.0525 per share; and
25/6/2019
19:48
bullrun1: Taken from ADVFN.. interesting point skittish 397 postsRE: Wowser..Last post didn't turn out correctly - this is the complete version......"Very interesting trades today.More going on than is immediately apparent, I think.We had two 155,000,000 trades at 09.47 at 0.3p and 0.302p when the bid to offer was .33p to .34p, so well under priced. This was followed by a 85,000,000 and 75,000,000 at 0.3p at 09.56 when the spread was 0.33p to 0.36p, again well under priced.So as the fund bought at 0.4p, and supposedly will be compensated for the difference between that and around 0.34p, I can't see that they'd sell at a 10% loss.The total number of trades is 465M, which just happens to be 33.3% of the total shares in issue. Or each trade is 11.1%.A similar situation occurred on 9th May 2019 when there were 2 x 100,000,000 trades at 0.3p when the price was 0.37p/0.40p and 2 x 50,000,000 trades again at 0.3p when the price was 0.31p/0.36p.Again that total just happened to be around one third of the shares in issue, and at the same significant undervalue - 0.3p.Those transactions were never RNS'd, so we never knew who bought/sold.To me todays transactions, and those of 9th May 2019 all look to be by the same party or parties.On 13th May 2019 WDC RNS'd that it was to carry out an" investigation" of the shareholder register, so I suspect that DS and Co also didn't know who bought and sold around a third of the company at that time."The Company acknowledges that there have been considerable changes to the size and composition of the shareholder register over recent months and has requested a shareholder analysis to be undertaken. The Company will update the market and website once the results of this analysis are complete."DS was doing a presentation this morning for AAOG at the "Oil Capital Conference" scheduled for 11.00am.He was late.Speculation - but late perhaps because some unknown parties had, again, just transferred one third of the company, and he was trying to find out who it was? So desperate to find out that he was late for his own presentation.If the fund was indeed out, I think we'd see a natural rise to around 0.5p. We haven't and their modus is to sell in 1/2.5/5/10 million blocks. I suspect they still have quite a few to go - but am not certain as we're awaiting RNS's from them also!So who is buying/selling 11.1% chunks of the company? I'm sure DS would like to know, but it does suggest WDC has caught the eye of a serious predator - and one who doesn't play by the established rules.RNS due? I won't hold my breath, just yet."
17/6/2019
14:50
74tom: Having re-read the below I don’t think the penalty shares are relevant post 1st May, they only get penalty shares if the conversion price was above 0.4p, the selling price isn’t mentioned. “The conversion price (per Share) for the Bonds is now the greater of: I. GBP0.004 (the "Minimum Conversion Price"), or II. 90% of the lowest closing volume-weighted average price of Ordinary Shares in the 15 trading days prior to conversion (the "Theoretical Conversion Price"). To the extent that the Theoretical Conversion Price is below the Minimum Conversion Price the shortfall in the amount converted will be settled at the time of the next tranche.” Hopefully a line can be drawn at the end of the week and the saga can be closed. This is certainly the worst time to sell and chase something else!
17/6/2019
11:39
1bluehorseshoe: Deed of variation WideCells announces that further to the Financing Agreement, announced on 27 September 2018, with European High Growth Opportunities Securitization Fund ("HGOSF"), it has today signed a deed of variation in which the two parties have agreed to set a minimum conversion price for the Bonds.The conversion price (per Share) for the Bonds is now the greater of: I. GBP0.004 (the "Minimum Conversion Price"), or II. 90% of the lowest closing volume-weighted average price of Ordinary Shares in the 15 trading days prior to conversion (the "Theoretical Conversion Price").To the extent that the Theoretical Conversion Price is below the Minimum Conversion Price the shortfall in the amount converted will be settled at the time of the next tranche.
17/6/2019
08:42
cbh123: hxxps://www.iconiclabs.co.uk/share-price Won't be long before this reflects Iconic Labs share price and not WDC.. imo..
17/6/2019
07:36
74tom: Best news we could have got really - better even than another contract! “The Company is also pleased that following any final conversions, the Investor has agreed to a lock-in in respect of shares representing no less than 5% of the issued share capital of the Company post this conversion. The documentation has been provided to the Investor and it is proposed that the lock-in will be for a period of the no less than four months.” So they have agreed to keep 60m shares for at least 4 months - where do we think the share price will be in 4 months?!
12/6/2019
17:45
pwhite73: cbh123 - "He pops up on nearly every other thread I look at, with the same “I know what’s happening here”. See my post today on the 100% riser TECH thread. Look at the times!!!. https://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=41994123&from=1907 PWhite73- 12 Jun '19 - 13:20 "There is a possibility you could get a speeding ticking here with the caveat the company is still hoping to have the product ready for production in Q3 2019. Be careful." RNS Number : 12th Jun 2019 13:25 "TechFinancials (AIM: TECH), a fintech software provider of financial solutions including blockchain-based digital assets and traditional financial trading solutions for retail clients, notes the recent share price change and advises that it does not know of any reason for an upward share price movement." QS99 12 Jun '19 - 13:26 - "Blimey pwhite73 that was amazing timing!"
11/6/2019
18:44
pwhite73: livup967 I'm glad you mentioned BIDS because I have compared them to Iconic Labs. BIDS have a mcap of £86m which is where I think Iconic Labs should be. They haven't really got less shares than you either. Their share price is 35p yours is 0.35p. If you were to consolidate 100 - 1 and your share price was 35p you would only have 11.9mill shares. What BIDS hasn't got is a millstone round its neck called Widecells. That is why its market cap has ballooned along with its share price. The sooner the EGM is called and Widecells is got rid of the better.
10/6/2019
13:09
pwhite73: 1bluehorseshoe - "Without the fund there would be no share" Wrong there would be no share in WDC. But how many of the investors here were holding WDC before the announcement of Iconic Labs. You see Iconic Labs should of had its own IPO and would have long since been up and running and probably be multiples of the IPO price with announcements like the £1 million contract. Instead all blood is being sucked out of this new company to resuscitate the dead horse WDC before it can be thrown onto the back of a truck and taken to the knackers yard and turned into pig swill.
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