I think the Gov contract is doubtful to go ahead ,they will have 14 million tests a week supplied to then by year end from surescreen ,we may end up part assembling thats all not enough for tranformational is it
RE: Day in the life of an LSE ODX forum user22 Sep 2021 11:07
Block of 50k are sells not buys as listed on here ,someone defo had enough of this share or knows something, only growth we have had in past 12months is growth in staff 250 people ,I'm still holding this dog only myself to blame should have sold when directors did at 90p its becoming clear now it was defo insider offloading by directors
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RE: My local MP - Omega will flourish09 Jul 2021 20:39
Someone asked this on twitter any answers ? a naive question, do the company have to do the investor meeting on Tuesday or is it their choice ???, if they have to do it I’m not to excited, if it is their choice then only good can come from it ??
I think gov will grant that contract to ODX just for political reasons ,I also think King Colin will have something positive to say on 13th I just can't see how a company keep employing more staff if there is no income or forecasted near future income there has to be good explanation for this
May be we are just too late in the game ,gov will use up innova tests and remember ODX is only there if required and capacity to manufacture if needed ,plus surescreen is supplying the tests already ,the only play left here is global sales ,I'm still confused why they recruiting and 250 staff what's all that about if no gov contract will go ahead ,we are indeed kept in the dark I am hoping King Colin will highlight this on 13th there must be something in pipeline
RE: Joshua Alliance increases his holding with £4,574,786.25 buy27 May 2021 08:14
And there we have it. Joshua Alliance comes in and buys 7.4m shares. This is what is called being long term greedy Quote Tweet Small Company Sharewatch @SCSWSharewatch · 20 May #BWNG EBITDA of £86.5m in a CV19 year.A year when most retailers like Ted Baker lost money. Expected to make £93-100m this year.More social media, build out home range, accelerating cust acquisition. SP down on RNS which is a blunt instrument for Alliance family to mop up more?