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XSG Xeros Technology Group Plc

1.30
-0.125 (-8.77%)
12 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Xeros Technology Group Plc LSE:XSG London Ordinary Share GB00BMGYBJ57 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.125 -8.77% 1.30 1.25 1.35 1.425 1.25 1.43 3,906,125 14:20:02
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Industrial Patterns 164k -6.93M -0.0459 -0.28 1.96M
Xeros Technology Group Plc is listed in the Industrial Patterns sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker XSG. The last closing price for Xeros Technology was 1.43p. Over the last year, Xeros Technology shares have traded in a share price range of 1.25p to 4.40p.

Xeros Technology currently has 150,982,535 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Xeros Technology is £1.96 million. Xeros Technology has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -0.28.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/1/2022
08:39
They only created the filter system,when they discovered that all their bead washing machines they were marketing as eco revolutionary....lol....were every cycle dumping plastics down the drainLOLOLOLOL
mr_todd_f_kozel
23/12/2021
08:14
Don't think there is any doubt on the dangers of micro plastics and the need to find a solution, what is in question however is the efficacy XSG technology in doing so.

There's an understandable tendency for investors (big and small) to reply on glossy brochure's and power point presentations rather than make an informed decision on what they see.

With that in mind, could someone point out what makes the washing machine filter special and different from a host f other centrifugal filters which have been around for decades?

Can we actually see it in action rather than wheeling out the same Uni report over and over again (which we cant see in it's entirety without paying a hefty sum}.

If they are going to make a go of it now is the time, very favourable backdrop given our current predicament.

1pencil
23/12/2021
06:42
A global model by Leeds University has found 1.3 billion tonnes of plastic is destined for the environment – both on land and in the ocean – by 2040.We're slowly poisoning ourselves around the world. Fish consumption was a link
jpuff
23/12/2021
06:38
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/12/22/microplastics-may-linked-inflammatory-bowel-disease/Micro plastics maybe linked to inflammatory bowel disease say researchers.
jpuff
09/12/2021
21:05
Let's hope this pile if dung hold the 50ema and does not repeat what happened on 21/09. As it looks identical.
beerboy02
07/12/2021
19:57
They say you couldn't make it up, but perhaps someone has.
glavey
07/12/2021
15:00
I reckon it's going the far to be micro plastic filters to be fitted in all new domestic and commercial washing machines with well in the frame here and overseas imho
jpuff
07/12/2021
14:46
Must be Storm Barra and they have a leak maybe
football
07/12/2021
14:38
Can anyone explain the rise today, no RNS
beerboy02
29/11/2021
12:11
GB news - MP for Leicestershire lobbying for micro fibre plastic filters on all new machine machines.
jpuff
26/11/2021
18:21
What a disasterous week
beerboy2
23/11/2021
19:32
There is very little detail on what makes this technology special, plenty of high efficiency filters which can eliminate microscopic particles of plastic but of course they clog quickly in doing so, what if the cleaning frequency of XFiltra?

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1pencil
23/11/2021
14:44
From an engineering standpoint, I cannot visually see anything special about XFiltra technology.

It's just a fine mesh rotary filter, these can be found in many appliances - does anyone know what exactly makes this unit different?

The testing note released cannot be viewed without a hefty subscription.

1pencil
11/11/2021
08:04
Some real significant revenueDon't hold your breathIt's going bust sooner or later ..Unless they can find more lunatics to find yet another raise
banggone
10/11/2021
22:07
XFiltra looks similar to conventional centrifugal filters, not much explanation as to what makes this product different from anything else currently available ?

Griffiths must be wishing he stuck with sheep farming :)

1pencil
10/11/2021
20:59
there was an update and presentation about 6 weeks ago, what do you want?
davemac3
30/9/2021
11:54
Very very frustrating, after a year back to square one!
jpuff
30/9/2021
10:20
I think another fundraise looks inevitable. That said the market cap was £48 million at £2 a share. Its now approx £33 million as I type at £1.40. So, (very simply I know) if that drop is all to do with a probable raise its pricing in a chunky one of £15 million. At £1.24 the cap drops below £30 million.

The product looks good to me and seems to be well placed in a potentially massive market. There are opportunities here. Im not going to add any more just yet, but certainly not selling. The story is still compelling for me, a shame about the Covid delays.

nivison
29/9/2021
08:43
The only reason they exist is , raise after raise.They are in the AIM minus 99% club alreadyAll the company does in transfer cash into director s pockets It's a typical BS aim oufit
supergiantshaikan
27/9/2021
14:04
yeah but they also admitted that would be tight and would leave cash at near zero at cash flow positive time. for me it is near certain they will have to raise again unless they can get a facility - i have not checked maybe they have one already?
edwardt
24/9/2021
14:32
They said they have enough cash to get to break even if Covid delays don't get any worse.
davemac3
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