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Share Price Information for Hydrodec (HYR)


Share Price: 8.125Bid: 8.00Ask: 8.25Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Hydrodec
Spread: 0.25Spread as %: 3.13%Open: 8.125High: 8.125Low: 8.125Yesterday’s Close: 8.125
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Hydrodec Group Plc Ord 0.5P

Hydrodec is listed in the FTSE AIM All-Share
Hydrodec is part of the Alternative Energy sector






Share Price SpacerPrice
8.125

Share Price SpacerBid
8.00

Share Price SpacerAsk
8.25

Share Price SpacerChange
0%0.00

Share Price SpacerVolume
11,197

Share Price SpacerOpen
8.125

Share Price SpacerHigh
8.125

Share Price SpacerLow
8.125

Share Price SpacerClose
8.125

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 748.86m £60.84m 20,000

52 Week High 13.50 52 Week High Date 16-JUN-2014
52 Week Low 6.13 52 Week Low Date 2-APR-2015

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
2 11,197 0 -11.100 -0.73 0.00 0.00




Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

29-May-15
09:03:30
8.11
5,186
Sell* 
8.00
8.25
420.58
Trade Type:
Ordinary

29-May-15
08:24:34
8.11
6,011
Sell* 
8.00
8.25
487.49
Trade Type:
Ordinary

28-May-15
14:24:57
8.1125
3,304
Sell* 
8.00
8.25
268.04
Trade Type:
Ordinary


*Buys and Sells are calculated on the difference between the trade price and the current mid price. As such, they can occasionally be incorrect.

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Directors Deals for Hydrodec (HYR)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
06-May-15Transfer From
Trade Notifier Information for HydroDec Group
Ian Smale held the position of CEO at HydroDec Group at the time of this trade.
 Ian Smale
0853,4221981436
06-May-15Transfer From
Trade Notifier Information for HydroDec Group
Chris Ellis held the position of CFO at HydroDec Group at the time of this trade.
 Chris Ellis
0691,9642038802
07-Apr-15Buy
Trade Notifier Information for HydroDec Group
Ian Smale held the position of CEO at HydroDec Group at the time of this trade.
 Ian Smale
7GBX200,0001128014
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
Thu 09:25
nastid
Oil Tax
8.13
No Opinion

Interesting article http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/11633745/Fossil-industry-faces-a-perfect-political-and-technological-storm.html I'm not as sure it will happen as the columnist, who has form in writing such articles but if it does I think it would be a real boost to Hydrodec and their Carbon Neutral credentials. sp The MMs (and obviously the traders) did use the resistance level (10p) to reverse the price action. It could go lower but at the moment it has run out of steam, reaching a level that we can progress from if we get news about oil sales. My target (a sustained one) of 10-11 was over a longer period (3months+) which gives time for reversals etc. I had wondered, as has happened in the past with Hydrodec, with a quick rise, comes an equally quick fall back. What we need is enough news to jump us to the next level. I'm guessing that with the extended nature of testing (500 hour etc) which take at least 4 weeks, this is the major time factor rather than anything else. Not directly related to Hydrodec (just yet) the reports of a downturn were indeed a blip, people are spending again and the outlook for the UK economy continues to be good. The backdrop for a UK plant, especially if something like the above article turns out to be right, seems pretty good.
20 May '15
nastid
yay
9.25
No Opinion

The first trade of the day, although different sources have the 200k(s) yesterday or straddled over two days with one this morning.
20 May '15
nastid
Auction
9.25
No Opinion

I'm not sure the reason but recently my monitor has Hydrodec go into AU on a regular basis and then come out with no trades or change. Strange that we had no trades this morning...
20 May '15
nastid
RE: cold feet?
9.25
No Opinion

The 200k sell could've been triggered by the report, although really the signs of a retrace were evident a while before the report. Maybe the report pushed that twitchy finger all the way over... especially if the rise was in part due to the market knowing a research note was due. I'm inclined to think the sp movement is based on the culmination of the rebuild rather than anything else, sometimes an event like the report is taken as a decision point, one way or the other. In reality 200k is very small, and I'm guessing one of the many short term traders, for those, the report doesn't offer any quick upsurge.
20 May '15
blue2guit
cold feet?
9.25
Hold

Looks to me that whoever bought the 200, 000 shares on may 15th has already got cold feet and sold on the strength (weakness?) of the Edison research note, which basically pushes everything back by months or even longer. I am inclined to keep the faith, except I need to review because I have too much oil related stock. Nastid I see you have just posted but I have not read your comments yet!
20 May '15
nastid
report
9.25
No Opinion

All in all a pretty good write up. It supports the case for the target I had posted of 14-15p by around year end. The lower valuation Edison give mostly reflecting the change in UK timeframes. I've said before although the UK plant is pushed out, with the current Tory administration now completely running key departments, energy, environment, business etc, I think the planning route is much more assured. Personally and contrary to some, I believe the way the board have executed the UK strategy, is building to the success of the project. Ultimately with projects of this scale, you need to build a case that attracts money, key decision makers and talent. Rather than make some rushed purchase to build a plant now, which has been done by others, who soon find out that without the feedstock channel or for that matter, the development of client base, you fail miserably. Besides I'd prefer having a higher sp when going to the market. I'm concerned that OSS and Eco-Oil need to perform on their own right whilst the project is being implemented but with Ian's stewardship, (and others) the way Hydrodec approach their long term strategy is more focused, better able to extract good deals/contracts, and therefore more likely to succeed. The impact of fire can't be understated but some part of me thinks if it had to happen, it happened at the best of times, while the company had cash reserves and covered the period while the crude market went into melt down... oh and now they have redesigned reactors. Arguably whatever you think about the plans, they've done remarkably well to rebuild, I hope they open a bottle of good Champagne with news of the first Canton sales.

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