|Last Trade:||Buy 8,413 at 3,115.011p|
|Day's Range||3,093.00p - 3,162.00p|
|52wk Range:||2,574.00p - 3,783.00p|
|Shares in Issue:||194m|
Recent Trades History Johnson Matthey (JMAT)
|Buy/Sell||Volume||Trade Prc||Trade Type||Trade Time|
|16:52:52 - 22-Jul-19|
|17:13:50 - 22-Jul-19|
|Buy*||148||3,137.162||18:31:47 - 18-Jul-19|
|Buy*||4,058||3,110.662||17:40:38 - 22-Jul-19|
|Buy*||3,856||3,117.459||17:32:58 - 22-Jul-19|
|Sell*||168||3,093.00||17:32:55 - 22-Jul-19|
|Buy*||148||3,156.682||17:19:36 - 22-Jul-19|
|Buy*||7||3,156.714||17:18:51 - 22-Jul-19|
|Buy*||657||3,118.728||17:16:16 - 22-Jul-19|
|Sell*||36||3,092.861||17:07:35 - 22-Jul-19|
Share Price History for Johnson Matthey
|19th Jul 2019 (Fri)||3,060.00||3,131.00||3,046.00||3,046.00||1,049,105|
|18th Jul 2019 (Thu)||3,190.00||3,197.00||3,045.00||3,204.00||1,100,376|
|17th Jul 2019 (Wed)||3,364.00||3,380.00||3,194.00||3,387.00||1,973,343|
|16th Jul 2019 (Tue)||3,327.00||3,399.00||3,327.00||3,331.00||397,449|
|15th Jul 2019 (Mon)||3,288.00||3,340.00||3,288.00||3,296.00||314,355|
|12th Jul 2019 (Fri)||3,263.00||3,311.00||3,260.00||3,263.00||373,223|
|11th Jul 2019 (Thu)||3,276.00||3,292.00||3,244.00||3,285.00||393,066|
|10th Jul 2019 (Wed)||3,314.00||3,316.00||3,230.00||3,315.00||517,972|
|9th Jul 2019 (Tue)||3,267.00||3,315.00||3,216.00||3,335.00||632,210|
|8th Jul 2019 (Mon)||3,353.00||3,376.00||3,280.00||3,355.00||963,159|
|5th Jul 2019 (Fri)||3,400.00||3,404.00||3,345.00||3,404.00||546,675|
|4th Jul 2019 (Thu)||3,386.00||3,410.00||3,386.00||3,393.00||273,424|
|3rd Jul 2019 (Wed)||3,374.00||3,401.00||3,358.00||3,362.00||332,543|
|2nd Jul 2019 (Tue)||3,394.00||3,396.00||3,341.00||3,353.00||446,220|
|1st Jul 2019 (Mon)||3,365.00||3,387.00||3,335.00||3,329.00||594,907|
|28th Jun 2019 (Fri)||3,294.00||3,331.00||3,275.00||3,285.00||677,245|
|27th Jun 2019 (Thu)||3,258.00||3,300.00||3,247.00||3,244.00||827,539|
|26th Jun 2019 (Wed)||3,188.00||3,244.00||3,178.00||3,196.00||544,911|
|25th Jun 2019 (Tue)||3,180.00||3,198.00||3,161.00||3,190.00||386,770|
|24th Jun 2019 (Mon)||3,180.00||3,197.00||3,148.00||3,182.00||479,254|
Johnson Matthey is a company specialising in the chemicals industry with a particular emphasis on precious metals and technological advances in process. It operates in over thirty countries, trades globally and has almost nine thousand employees. They principally operate as a manufacturer of large autocatalysts and catalysts for pollution control and those involved with precious metals.
Johnson Matthey is strongly committed to its environmental policy, constantly developing technology to improve quality of life and the environment.
The company is organised into three divisions. Environmental Technologies supplies technology and catalysts to clients with the aim to improving the environment such as controlling pollution and making fuel cleaner and more efficient. This is mainly focussed on reducing the impact of emissions and finding cleaner, less damaging fuels. The second division, Precious Metal Products, consists of the marketing, refining and distributing of platinum, gold and silver metals. The final division, Fine Chemicals and Catalysts, supplies customers and research institutes with the necessary resources.
Johnson Matthey was established in 1817 when Percival Norton Johnson began his business as a gold assayer in London. In 1851 George Matthey joined to form the partnership Johnson Matthey. In 1852 they secured the contract of official assayers to the Bank of England. The company was first listed on the London Stock Exchange and preference shares were available to buy in 1901 but the company only became a public limited company in 1981. Most recently Johnson Matthey continues to be an innovative company working towards a cleaner and more environmentally friendly future by investing in research and development, whatever the price, to discover new technologies and processes.
News - Monday, July 22, 2019
The FTSE 100 climbed slightly on Monday, with catalytic converter company Johnson Matthey leading the increase thanks to an upgrade from JP Morgan....
News - Monday, July 22, 2019
The FTSE 100 fell again on Thursday as miners were hit by weak Chinese data. However, Johnson Matthey managed to buck the trend, posting some impressive gains....