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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Zytronic Plc LSE:ZYT London Ordinary Share GB0006971013 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.50 -1.43% 172.50 170.00 175.00 175.00 172.50 175.00 8,135 11:33:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 12.7 -0.4 -1.8 - 20

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24/9/2021
16:04
For a stock that often doesn’t trade in a day, 55 trades since lunchtime speaks of an influential tipster or knowledge of an event of interest becoming known at that time.
bones
24/9/2021
15:55
Russ Mould earlier this week in the Telegraph Questor had a write up with a hold. Given the rather pathetic Telegraph website search engine I cannot post a link. He said patience needed but did note lack of order visibility and maintenance income and need for Zyt to be on top of the ball ref changing market trends.
cerrito
24/9/2021
13:09
Lord Voldemort?
bones
24/9/2021
13:02
Someone tipped it. Can't mention the name.
go2nc
24/9/2021
12:53
At 12.21, the first of a deluge of buy trades. Can’t see the cause yet but there must have been a catalyst.
bones
22/9/2021
09:26
Read across from Quixant results today. ZYT has about 25% of its business in gaming and financial so, this summary from QXT is relevant: ”Gaming Business Review The pandemic resulted in the closure of many global gaming markets for some of 2020. The US market closure in March 2020 for much of the second quarter had a profound impact on Quixant with most of our customers stopping or severely reducing manufacturing gaming machines. Once gaming markets started to reopen in the middle of the year, activity in the market has rebounded, particularly so in the USA. The data coming out of the US gaming market, critical to Quixant's business, is remarkably positive. The American Gaming Association's July 2021 Commercial Gaming Revenue reports US commercial gaming revenues 17% higher over the year to end July 2021 compared to 2019 and 103% higher than the same period in 2020. The advent of widespread sports betting and online gaming in the US market has fueled some of this growth, but land-based slot gross gaming revenue is reported to be up 9% over the same period compared to 2019 and 96% versus 2020. Other territories, particularly Europe and Asia are seeing a less conclusive recovery at this point but indicate positive momentum towards pre-pandemic levels. While this growth in gaming revenues does not directly correlate with increased sales of machines incorporating our computer platforms, it certainly signals a buoyant market backdrop for our customers to sell into.”
bones
16/9/2021
21:43
Cerrito, I got them off Stockopedia, where they are labelled "analyst consensus", but when I went to check who contributed to that consensus, it says "0 brokers"! It will be Singer, however, and probably no one else.
effortless cool
16/9/2021
20:13
Effortless Cool Thanks for your 1376. Are they Singer's forecasts? No one else seems to follow Zyt.
cerrito
16/9/2021
20:08
I see that the Chinese authorities have the Macau casinos in their sights. I seem to remember that Zyt supplied that market but cannot find where I think I may have read it .
cerrito
16/9/2021
18:02
Looking at the chart this was always likely to stall at this level imo. No reason however not to expect a further Trading Update in mid October as there has been in 5 of the last 6 years (2019 being the exception). This week's update did say 'we plan to provide a further update in due course'. That update should provide some numbers on revenue, profit and cash and could provide the catalyst for a further move up. From a trading perspective it'll be interesting to see whether there is much/any drift between now and then.
gleach23
16/9/2021
15:48
Trading statement says revenue AND profits ahead of expectations. Also says return to profitability has been faster and loss reversed. This suggests, taken as a whole, the year to 30/9/21 will yield a “positive profit” (assuming no exceptional one off costs) rather than zero and that revenue will exceed £11m if that was the last broker estimate. Other than those assumptions, we are still in the dark on accurate numbers. The main thing is that the trends are strongly facing the right direction.
bones
16/9/2021
15:07
Those are the current estimates, yes, but it will be at least 0p.
gdjs100
16/9/2021
14:48
Not sure also on 'market expectations', but from the the last two posts, are we to expect revenue of £11.0m (Effortless) and 0.0p EPS and hence £0m profit after tax (gdjs)?
mattleplonk
16/9/2021
12:49
Were - they have since been upgraded to 0.0p
gdjs100
16/9/2021
12:31
"Market expectations" are based on the broker forecast: £11.0m revenue and -2.63p normalised EPS for 2021.
effortless cool
16/9/2021
11:28
Anyone have an idea as to what market expectations were/are? Weird announcement Not sure who writes these announcements- I hope they are not paying for advice!
overmars
15/9/2021
00:06
Time for another video Dimknaf!
bones
14/9/2021
22:54
And yes Zytronic used to be my 2nd largest position, and now became the largest!
dimknaf
14/9/2021
20:02
One thing this pandemic has done in the manufacturing sector is to highlight those companies that can adapt and organise and then come out of the situation fighting fit. Fortunately for its shareholders ZYT appears to be one of them - so congratulations and thanks to its management and workers. I look forward to a profitable holding for the foreseeable future.
boadicea
14/9/2021
17:22
What I never understand is that the management actually think they know what profit the markets expect. And then don't tell us what it is - it's all BS really.
trident5
14/9/2021
13:11
Cerrito I guess companies need to balance to need of shareholders to be informed with the need to keep competitors guessing especially where the sector is a small niche community
richie32
14/9/2021
12:47
I get frustrated when companies refer to market expectations without specifying what their understanding of these expectations are. I will contact the company asking them to specify these in future. I have checked my data bases and cannot find any info in this regard. Any of you had any luck?? On the basis that revenue this semester will be about £6.7m this is still well below the £10.6m two years earlier Incidentally while more of a banking than an Equity metrix I note that their quick ratio in March after the tender was very impressive.
cerrito
14/9/2021
11:47
bones is correct. this company already had a surplus cash position. the eps will be turbocharged by the buy back. i'd hope for buy backs as i like cannibal companies (that consume their own shares).
mr5k
14/9/2021
11:40
Think this could go up quite a bit more. It's a "below the radar" stock so reaction to the good news could take while
richie32
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