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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
  0.00 0.0% 175.00 170.00 180.00 175.00 175.00 175.00 14,231 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 12.7 -0.4 -1.8 - 20

Zytronic Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/2/2021
07:37
Bookbroker, you say “...They will need significant amounts of capital to rebuild inventory and recruit new staff to carry out any significant increase in orders...” If that is the scenario, why would they have volunteered to give up £10M in cash? I feel sure there is more to this.
bones
19/2/2021
07:35
They’ve been busy lately on Twitter showcasing their latest capabilities with sliding touchscreens, virtual pharmaceutical dispensing machines and giant display desks, etc. Whilst they have slimmed the operations down under the cover of Covid, I wonder if there is a “cunning plan” behind it all. Maybe they’ve been approached for their IP and assets but been told to strip out all the bloat. All we can do is speculate but, for me, something tangible must have triggered this buyback move.
bones
19/2/2021
05:26
Tender offer rather reflects the state of the business, let’s face it, half the workforce no longer have a job. Instead of being furloughed they were laid off in 2020. And it looks like the business is virtually under care and maintenance. I imagine when markets pick up, if they do, they will need significant amounts of capital to rebuild inventory and recruit new staff to carry out any significant increase in orders. Uncertainty is where the business is, so may reflect the future of the business.
bookbroker
18/2/2021
23:21
This video has Zytronic as the second largest position of the portfolio. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5sus714LpFQ&t=205s
dimknaf
18/2/2021
09:23
ZYT tweeted this morning @Zytronic htTps://www.epdtonthenet.net/article/182779/Ideum-s-interactive-touch-tables-get-a-significant-upgrade-with-Zytronic-s-ZyBrid-sensor.aspx Report and videos from January.
cliffpeat
17/2/2021
22:28
You're welcome to buy mine at 180p, gdjs.
trident5
17/2/2021
21:52
If very few acceptances we are back at status quo. I think they ought to come back with a tender offer at a more realistic price, maybe 180-200p.
gdjs100
17/2/2021
17:14
jw330, according to the RNS: "...in the event that the Tender Offer is not fully taken up, the passing of the Resolution will also enable the Company to use the balance of the authority granted at the General Meeting to make on-market purchases of Ordinary Shares from time to time. Should this be likely, a further announcement would be made in due course. Shareholders should note that the price paid in such buy-backs, if there are any, would not necessarily be the Tender Offer Price but (consistent with the buy-back authority being sought at the Annual General Meeting, which is being held immediately prior to the General Meeting, and which is in addition to any authority granted at the General Meeting) at a price of not more than a 5.0 per cent. premium to the average closing mid-market price for the five business days prior to the purchase."
bones
17/2/2021
17:04
So after next Wednesday passes if they didn't manage to get hold of the amount of shares they desired because nobody wants to sell what happens next?
jw330
17/2/2021
10:26
Mattleplonk, I’m going by my broker instruction to make my decision by the 18th so I guess that gives them a few days to act as a nominee. Sorry for the mislead if that is the case. Perhaps most people will have had to cast their vote before the actual cutoff?
bones
17/2/2021
10:11
bones, isn't it next Wednesday at 1pm, not this Thursday as you indicate?
mattleplonk
16/2/2021
20:47
Or we sink and we can fill our boots
velocytongo
16/2/2021
18:49
Thursday is the last day for acceptances to sell 43% of your shares back to ZYT for 145p. After that, hopefully the invisible hand keeping the price around 145p will draw itself back and off we float......
bones
15/2/2021
18:23
I'm hoping the share price falls after the buy back so I can buy my shares back cheaper than what I've sold them for.
3800
15/2/2021
16:01
I'm hoping the share price falls after the buy back so we can buy more shares.
velocytongo
15/2/2021
15:08
Back to 140/150.
trident5
15/2/2021
12:47
I agree VT. The MM's are bidding hard at 151.88. Despite the selling of small amounts just now, I can (but won't) still sell a decent five figure number of these at that price without a limit order. That's very unusual for ZYT which is usually tighter than.....
bones
15/2/2021
12:45
As non selling shareholders we want to the company to buy back and cancel as many shares as possible. If you think the company is profitable again then the shares are likely worth multiples of the current price and 10p or 15p here or there really makes no difference.
velocytongo
15/2/2021
11:39
I bet! .....and to compound their poor judgment, they will have to wait a month to get their money.
my retirement fund
15/2/2021
11:35
Some who have already accepted the tender offer are now - possibly - scrabbling around at how to reverse their decision!
bones
15/2/2021
11:26
Looking increasingly likely to break out of the yearly trading range and with the actual market price at 1.48 to sell and firming everyday. It's really making the tender offer looking like a total farce. Lots of egg on the boards face imo.
my retirement fund
12/2/2021
19:45
Maybe I’m just a half-full glass type, trident5 :)
bones
12/2/2021
19:31
Who knows? But maybe she is confident of the capital gain. I know I tend to use ISAs for my best ideas and taxable where I'm not so confident and would like the taxable looses, should I need them.
velocytongo
12/2/2021
19:12
Isn't the FD just sensibly using up their ISA allowance - can't see any significance in it tbh.
trident5
12/2/2021
18:11
Correct trident5. I didn’t say it was a buy. The point being made and recognised by others is that by putting them into an ISA the FD is signalling confidence that there are gains to be made since capital gains made in an ISA are tax-free. Also means capital losses would not be deductible for tax. Draw your own conclusion! Recall also that none of the directors are participating in the share buyback.
bones
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