AMTE Power (AMTE) “is pleased to announce that, at the General Meeting held earlier today, all resolutions… were duly passed. Admission of the conditional placing shares to trading on AIM is therefore expected to occur on 26 September 2023”. How ‘pleasing’ is this?
I start with Ms Rose and NatWest (NWG). then I look at Optibiotix (OPTI) and why I would not sell at 15p after interviewing Steve O'Hara today. I look at Cakebox (CBOX), AMT Energy (AMTE), Lansdowne Oil & Gas (LOGP) and at IOG (IOG).
There are “UN Certification of Ultra High Power Cells” and “Faraday Battery Challenge” titled announcements from AMTE Power (AMTE) today and the shares are currently more than 33% higher in response to 6p. Good news then?
I start with a few words about mad domestic panic ahead of my trek down to Winchester tomorrow. That is for the Woodlarks walk and thank you to all who have helped us reach (with gift aid) £18,600. If you have forgotten to assist you can still do so HERE. Then it is onto Eden Research (EDEN), ASOS (ASC), a reminder of the insider dealing laws, Eco Buildings (ECOB) and AMTE Power (AMTE).
Previously writing on company describing itself as “a leading UK developer and manufacturer of lithium-ion and sodium-ion battery cells for specialist markets” AMTE Power (AMTE), in September with the shares down towards 70p I concluded sceptically. The shares most recently closed at 54p, but what of a “Delivery of Ultra Prime Cells” announcement today and the shares currently up towards 60p, an above £21 million market cap?
Describing itself as “a leading manufacturer of battery cells for specialist markets”, AMTE Power (AMTE) states that it “is pleased to announce that… Alan Hollis has been appointed to the board… has a 20 year public company track record of developing and executing profitable growth strategies within engineering and manufacturing businesses with turnovers ranging from £4m-£200m”. So what of a current more than 3% lower share price response towards 70p and a £25 million market cap?