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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Xaar Plc LSE:XAR London Ordinary Share GB0001570810 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -8.90 -4.44% 191.60 195.60 197.40 206.00 190.20 206.00 2,847,000 16:35:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 48.0 -4.3 -15.2 - 150

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/4/2021
12:11
200p..lovely jubbly!
kfr20
28/4/2021
11:44
Where’s Tommo??
volsung
28/4/2021
10:41
It's great..200p on the cards here.
meijiman
28/4/2021
09:24
Xaar, an inkjet printing technology group, has launched Xaar Nitrox, a new printhead powered by the ImagineX platform offering greater print speeds and uniformity across a wide variety of print applications ..... https://www.labelsandlabeling.com/news/new-products/xaar-introduces-nitrox-printhead
zho
28/4/2021
08:32
Primed and ready after those nos to move to fresh highs this quarter
ny boy
27/4/2021
22:38
ST from IC Xaar’s roadmap to profitability Cashed up Xaar primed for profitability. Disposal of Xaar 3D stake expected in first half of 2020. Exciting new product launches. Gross margins rising and operating costs cut. I had an informative results call with the management team of Cambridge-based Xaar (XAR:147p), a leader in the development of inkjet technology and maker of piezoelectric drop-on-demand industrial inkjet printheads. Xaar operated at cash profit break-even on slightly lower revenue of £48m in 2020, but this conceals an ongoing recovery and one that is underpinned by a reinvigorated customer centric focus and product investment in market segments in which the company has a competitive advantage. Chief executive John Mills is particularly excited by prospects for this week’s launch of Xaar Nitrox. The printhead enables printing at up to 100 metres per minute for applications using oil-based inks, such as in ceramic tile decoration, as well as handling more demanding fluids including soluble salts and frit used for printing glass. By working directly with original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) Xaar is not only addressing their specific requirements, but is winning contracts that will underpin revenue for years to come. In the meantime, self-help measures pushed up printhead gross margin to 31 per cent in the second half of 2020, a run-rate that looks set to improve further. The board are also trimming annual operating costs, saving £0.7m by relocating Xaar’s Cambridge offices in the coming months. There is hidden value in the balance sheet, too, as Xaar is in the process of selling its 55 per cent stake in its 3D printing business to Stratasys (SSQ:NSQ). House broker Investec is pencilling in a cash payment of £18m in the first half of 2021 which would double Xaar’s net cash to £36m (45p a share). Importantly, analysts expect that bumper cash pile to hold firm as Xaar uses internal cash flow for its investment plans. The point is that ongoing customer wins are highly supportive of a sharp improvement in Xaar’s revenue from £51m this year to £61m in 2022 and £74m the year after, as Investec predict. Moreover, with gross margin on the rise and annual operating costs holding steady at £20m, then cash profit could hit £3.6m in 2022 and £10.9m in 2023. Deduct non-cash depreciation and amortisation costs, and Invetec’s £7.2m operating profit estimate in 2023 is a modest 10 times Xaar’s enterprise valuation (post Xaar 3D disposal). I suggested buying Xaar’s shares, at 36.4p, in my 2020 Bargain Shares Portfolio and the re-rating has further to run to my 200p target price. Buy.
gersemi
27/4/2021
17:50
Price held up pretty well today. Long term hold for me.
kfr20
27/4/2021
10:58
Results presentation at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DhWv2nW_CRA
zho
27/4/2021
08:31
is Tommo still predicting 70p - lol. and what was his target for SHI?
luffness
27/4/2021
08:31
Good luck Volsung. I am going defensive anyway so leaving something on the table as they say.
amt
27/4/2021
08:29
Looks like Odyseen accumulating so thankyou to them also
amt
27/4/2021
08:29
Gl amt. I’m holding on even with my 138% profit. These are going higher
volsung
27/4/2021
08:27
I got 147p. Nearly doubled my money. A couple of years ago I had a big loss. Thanks v much Xaar. Gòod luck for the future. I am out
amt
27/4/2021
08:27
Reaction doesn’t seem so bad to me tommo
volsung
27/4/2021
08:25
DEAD MONEY UNTIL THEY SELL THE THING FOR NOT MUCH MONEY THEN IT WILL TANK
thomasearnshaw
27/4/2021
08:11
review at 120p
thomasearnshaw
27/4/2021
08:03
Not very much apparently. I will wait for a bounce before selling up.
amt
27/4/2021
07:58
IMO There are lot of positives for 2021 within report lets see what market make of it.
ash82
27/4/2021
07:46
As a direct consequence of these delays we anticipate Xaar 3D would require further investment in 2021 (cash decreased in 2020 by GBP7.0m to GBP2.1m), significantly more than original plans anticipated. As a result of the delays in the programme and the further investment anticipated, the Xaar Board has considered all options for the future financing and ownership structure of Xaar 3D, and accordingly has held detailed discussions to sell the remaining stake in Xaar 3D. Terms are still to be finalised and may potentially differ to those of the Call Option originally agreed in 2019. The Directors have assessed that the disposal is highly probable and therefore Xaar 3D is classified as a discontinued operation. Now that's the knockout filth
thomasearnshaw
27/4/2021
07:44
Loss before tax (£14.4m) Loss for the year (£14.7m) Diluted loss per share (15.2p)
thomasearnshaw
27/4/2021
07:39
Ayl30 - Short then?
pugugly
27/4/2021
07:34
All dials pointing in right direction to me
ayl30
27/4/2021
07:32
Results as expected with a lot of optimistic words but still loosing money. The outlook wording is a let down. No forcast and still expecting a loss in the year ahead it seems. Only medium term return to profit whatever that means. They burnt 6m of cash in the last 6 months and have 18m net cash left. Lets hope they dont continue at that rate and burn through 12m in the year ahead. I think we have had a great run in the share price so I cant complain. Net assets down by 9m in the last 6 months. DYOR
amt
15/4/2021
14:43
Aaargh! Yes. Will edit.
zho
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