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Sorry, Steve but I reckon Plant Plastic Company's Annual Report Portends a Promising Future

Hello, Share Fanciers. A short time ago, I reported on a new order from an American customer for alternative mobile coffee cups from British green pioneer Biome Technologies (BIOM). The firm’s full year figures are now out and at first blush they’re not that encouraging. But this is a company producing futuristic products which are likely to become more fashionable. So with a small dip on the share price, I think we’re looking at a buying opportunity.


Plant Plastic Purveyor Pulls Perky Order and the Share Price Puts On Another 25%

Hello, Share Collectors. Just as I was thinking of top-slicing after a sizzling week for today’s choice, the AIM-listed company announces another big order. And this caused the share to leap again. I refer to Biome Technologies (BIOM). This is an outfit which deals in radio waves and, probably more promisingly, green substitutes for oil-based plastics.


Down in the Wild, Wild Woods, A New Animal-Defeating Thing Begins to Stir

Hello, Share Bunnies. As I write, the Footsie is undergoing a correction. But all that vaccine news that invigorated our shares had to end in a retraction at some point. And as soon as the next big company announces a vaccine breakthrough we can expect our portfolios to bubble again. Meanwhile, let’s look at a share which should see some jumps, whether any vaccines are approved or not...


Biome Technologies – Q3 bioplastics revenue +131% year-on-year… why a lack of share price response?

Biome Technologies (BIOM) has updated including “revenues in the Bioplastics division in Q3 at £1.6m were 48% ahead of the previous quarter (Q2 2020: £1.1m) and 131% ahead of the prior year comparative (Q3 2019: £0.7m). The division's revenues in the first nine months of the financial year stood at £3.8m, 93% ahead of the equivalent period last year”. The shares though have responded little changed at around 155p, and comparing to 240p as recently as last month...

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