ADA: 0.09 -0.01 (▼5.26%)

Delayed:2017-06-06 17:15:01
Bid Price 0.08 High Price 0.09
Ask Price 0.10 Low Price 0.09
Open Price 0.10 Spread 22.22%
Prev Close 0.09 Volume 10,000.00

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Adams Share Price Information

Name Adams Epic ADA
Sector Real Estate Investment & Services ISIN IM00B986V543
Activites Adams plc (formerly Carpathian plc) is lookng to make investments in the technology and life sciences sectors. Indeed, it is the Board’s intention to seek to acquire a direct and/or an indirect interest in projects and assets in the biotechnology sector, however they will consider opportunities in the wider technology sector as well as opportunities that may arise in other sectors. The Company will focus on opportunities in UK or Europe but will consider possible opportunities anywhere in the world. Security Type Equity

Key numbers

Latest Share Price (p) 0.09 Net Gearing (%) -19.97
Market Cap (£m) 0.04 Gross Gearing (%) 2.83
Shares in issue (m) 41.28 Debt Ratio 0.00
P/E Ratio -0.14 Debt-to-Equity Ratio 0.00
Divs per share (p) 0.00 Assets / Equity Ratio 1.03
Dividend Yield (%) 0.00 Price to book value 0.04
Dividend Cover 0.00 SROCE (%) -20.91
Earning per share (p) -0.70 EPS Growth (%) -600.00
52-week high / low (p) 0.19 / 0.06 DPS Growth (%)

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FTSE jogs higher on mixed bag and resources prices fall

The FTSE 100 is jogging higher in early deals thanks to gains across a palette of sectors, although the resources sector was under pressure.

The early rise came after the US last night flagged it was withdrawing from the 2015 Paris climate agreement.

Not long after the open, the FTSE 100 was up 50.37 points, or 0.67%, to 7594.14, but it remains to be seen whether it will retain sufficient form to book a record close.

The FTSE 250 added 50.11, or 0.25%, to 20,060.7. The market is looking to UK’s construction PMI mid-morning, and US jobs data and trade balance this afternoon. Sterling was weaker on the dollar and euro.

Key stocks indices in Europe were up, too, following on from Wall St’s gains overnight. However, crude and metals prices were firmly down.

Ashtead (AHT) led the FTSE 100 up with a 2.16% rise to 1629.5p, and was followed by easyJet (EZJ), up 1.87% to 1416p, and International Consolidated Airlines (IAG), up 1.54% to 5112.5p.

Financials did well. Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) firmed 1.37% to 262.45p, while St James’s Place (STJ) added 1.26% to 1201p, and Prudential (PRU) gained 1.22% to 1779p. More followed.

Old Mutual Wealth, the UK wealth management business of Old Mutual (OML), has completed the acquisition of financial adviser network Caerus Capital Group. OML rose 1.26% to 193.1p.

Tobacco, consumer goods, pharmas and utilities all gained to varying extents.

In keeping with the falls in resources prices, multiple miners and oilies were down. BP (BP.) fell 0.34% to 468.38p, and Antofagasta (ANTO) shed 1.04% to 809p. Several more in these sectors were also retreating.


Adams (ADA) fell 27.27% to 0.08p as it proposed raising £1.03m pursuant to an open offer, and providing it additional resources with which to fund its investment strategy. The open offer of up to 41.3m shares at 2.5p each was fully underwritten.

WYG (WYG), up 14.36% to 111.5p, has recently been awarded two major new framework contracts with UK government agencies, and a significant new contract in Africa. The contracts were estimated to be worth about £50m to WYG over the next three years.

Motif Bio (MTFB), down 11.5% to 33.63p, intends to raise about £19.4m via a conditional placing with new and existing investors to fund the further development of iclaprim, its novel antibiotic candidate.


Ormonde Mining (ORM), up 9.43% to 1.45p, has provided an update of construction activities for the Barruecopardo Project in Salamanca, Spain.

Vipera (VIP), up 8.33% to 6.5p, has announced a multi-year agreement with Bankart d.o.o., a payment processor, providing ATM, POS, card and SEPA processing services to 26 banks and other financial institutions in five countries in southeastern Europe.

Greka Drilling (GDL), up 7.56% to 3.13p, has secured a US$2.5m loan from GRECAP Limited, which is controlled by Randeep S. Grewal, a director of the company.

AFH Financial Group (AFHP), up 5.13% to 205p, has acquired Eunisure, a face-to-face adviser led financial planning business focused on the protection market based Suffolk, for a maximum of £4.5m.

Plus500 (PLUS), up 3.32% to 536.25p, said its current trading has continued the positive trends outlined in the Q1 trading update issued on 26 April 2017, adding it awaits the outcome of the FCA consultation which could affect H2.

Cohort (CHRT), up 3.23% to 431p, said subsidiary MCL (Marlborough Communications Ltd) has won two contracts worth a total of £5.5m by the Ministry of Defence to supply and support hearing protection systems and communication ancillaries for land, maritime and air applications.

Other stocks in the news included Draper Esprit (GROW), Metro Bank (MTRO), Alpha Pyrenees Trust (ALPH), Atalaya Mining (ATYM), Altitude Group (ALT), Tissue Regenix (TRX), Gfinity (GFIN), President Energy (PPC), Inmarsat (ISAT) and Acacia Mining (ACA).

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Adams to raise £1,031,915

Adams is raising £1,031,915, gross, through an underwritten open offer of up to 41,276,616 shares at 2.5p apiece.

Adams said the open offer was fully underwritten by Richard Griffiths who had a holding of 29.9% in the existing ordinary shares, inclusive of the holding by his controlled undertaking ORA Limited.

At 8:19am: (LON:ADA) Adams Plc share price was -0.03p at 0.08p

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FLASH: Adams in the black

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Adams resolutions passed at AGM

Adams has confirmed that all resolutions proposed at its annual general meeting today were passed.

At 1:14pm: (LON:ADA) Adams Plc share price was 0p at 0.09p

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Adams operating losses widen

Adams posts an operating loss of €234,000 for the year to the end of March – up from €25,000 last time.

Net assets totalled €1.10 million (2015: €0.25 million). Investments at 31 March were valued at €0.87 million represented by four AIM quoted holdings (2015: €0.17 million represented by two quoted holdings).

Chairman Michael Bretherton saod “The Board remains committed to delivering additional value for our shareholders and will continue to maintain a rigorous and highly selective investment approach with a view to exploiting opportunities as they emerge.”

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