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Share Price Information for Plethora (PLE)


Share Price: 10.375Bid: 10.00Ask: 10.75Change: -0.25 (-2.35%)Faller - Plethora
Spread: 0.75Spread as %: 7.50%Open: 10.625High: 10.625Low: 10.375Yesterday’s Close: 10.625
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Plethora Solutions Holdings Plc Ord 1P

Plethora is listed in the FTSE AIM All-Share
Plethora is part of the Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology sector




Intraday Plethora Share Chart


Intraday Plethora Share Price Chart


Share Price SpacerPrice
10.375

Share Price SpacerBid
10.00

Share Price SpacerAsk
10.75

Share Price SpacerChange
-2.35%-0.25

Share Price SpacerVolume
148,557

Share Price SpacerOpen
10.625

Share Price SpacerHigh
10.625

Share Price SpacerLow
10.375

Share Price SpacerClose
10.625

Share Price SpacerCurrency
GBX

3 Month Plethora Share Graph


3 Month Plethora Share Price Graph


Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 415.28m £43.08m 30,000

52 Week High 21.50 52 Week High Date 19-NOV-2013
52 Week Low 1.40 52 Week Low Date 30-APR-2013

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
6 135,000 13,557 -3.843 -2.70 0.00 0.00


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Date
Time
Trade Prc
Volume
Buy/Sell
Bid
Ask
Value
 

25-Apr-14
08:07:08
10.55
9,431
Buy* 
10.00
11.00
994.97
Trade Type:
Ordinary

25-Apr-14
08:06:22
10.55
4,126
Buy* 
10.00
11.00
435.29
Trade Type:
Ordinary

25-Apr-14
08:05:51
10.10
25,000
Sell* 
10.00
11.00
2,525
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 Plethora (PLE)
Trade DateActionNotifierPriceCurrencyAmountHolding
12-Sep-13Notification of Holding
Trade Notifier Information for Plethora Solutions Holdings
Mike Collis held the position of Non-Executive Director at Plethora Solutions Holdings at the time of this trade.
 Mike Collis
006419200
15-Jun-12Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Plethora Solutions Holdings
Ronald Openshaw held the position of Interim CEO at Plethora Solutions Holdings at the time of this trade.
 Ronald Openshaw
5GBX140,000416669
15-Jun-12Buy
Trade Notifier Information for Plethora Solutions Holdings
Richard Horsman held the position of Non-Executive Director at Plethora Solutions Holdings at the time of this trade.
 Richard Horsman
0384,0001077000
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Date/Time
Author
Subject
Share Price
Opinion
Thu 19:06
cashfornuthin
earl
10.63
No Opinion

we like the same things.....lol....this is my biggest
Thu 18:54
Ollieh
RE: BY THE WAY ...
10.63
Strong Buy

Nice to see you back spanky , hope all is well :-)
Thu 18:51
earlofspank
lee, eeez, paul.
10.63
No Opinion

Yep sod all really has happened, the price is lower now than when I sold out in November. Would be funny if there was some news soon and price went up, eeez would have to reward his lucky charm then. Anways for those of you in the know it's Crawshaw full year results next week so I'm hoping you'll be calling me a jammy sod then.
Thu 17:56
Chariot
Moneyweek article on Big Pharma
10.63
No Opinion

"At the nadir of the financial crisis in March 2009, I decided it was time to buy some shares. I wasn’t at all convinced that the market had bottomed out. In fact, I expected it to fall further. But I also thought that there were at least a few blue-chip companies who were probably as cheap as they were ever going to get, bar the entire world collapsing into a black hole. And as we were saying it was time to buy blue chips in MoneyWeek magazine, I also thought it was only right I should have some ‘skin in the game’ – in case we were wrong, and the world did collapse into a black hole. Looking back, of course, I wish I’d bought some gloriously spivvy little Aim stock, or a credit-starved car dealership, or a manufacturer at death’s door. I’d have made multiples of my original money. But no. I bought perhaps the most boring blue chip in the entire FTSE 100. The good news is, it looks like it might now be paying off… Smart deals in the drugs sector I invested in drugs giant GlaxoSmithKline (LSE: GSK) at the bottom of the market in 2009. Since then, the stock is up around 46% (90% if you include dividends). That's fine, but it's no Asos. It's not even as good as a FTSE 100 tracker, which would have doubled your money including dividends over the same period. But I have to say, I really like this company. It’s the least-stressful stock I’ve ever owned. It pays a nice steady dividend. It never falls enough to make you panic, and it never rises enough to make you think “is it time to sell?” However, it looks like life in the Big Pharma sector might be about to get more exciting. This week the industry caught merger-mania. One of our tips in the New Year edition of MoneyWeek was AstraZeneca, on the basis it was bound to get taken over this year. It seems that’s what’s happening now, with a rumoured approach by US giant Pfizer. Meanwhile, Glaxo and Swiss peer Novartis did a very sensible-looking asset swap. Glaxo swapped its cancer research units for Novartis' vaccine business. As John Gapper notes in the FT, this is a clever deal. Both companies get to specialise and focus resources on areas they are good at. To paraphrase Novartis’ chief executive, Novartis can get more value out of Glaxo’s cancer labs than Glaxo can, while Glaxo can make Novartis’ vaccines business work harder. If it works, everyone’s a winner. Consumers get more new drugs, more quickly. Shareholders and managements avoid the indigestion problems that always come with any big merger. And nobody has to shell out ridiculous fees to investment banks to broker the whole thing. Healthcare stocks
Thu 17:50
5612lee
Bonjour MR Spank
10.63
No Opinion

Good to see your back I hope things have been better for you pal. A brief summary of what you have missed. I will list them in order so you can follow it easier. 1. **** all 2. No that's about it Good luck to you pal. Kind regards Lee
Thu 17:19
eeez
Holy Shmoly!
10.63
No Opinion

Spanky is back! Now, I can comfortably predict that the sp will be 40p by the end of next week! ;-)

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