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Smith & Nephew Share Price (SN.)

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Price 1,918.00on 20-09-2019 at 16:30:00
Change 5.50 0.29%
Buy 1,917.00
Sell 1,915.50
Buy / Sell SN. Shares
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Last Trade: Buy 1,598 at 1,916.887p
Day's Volume: 3,395,942
Last Close: 1,912.50p
Open: 1,905.00p
ISIN: GB0009223206
Day's Range 1,898.00p - 1,926.00p
52wk Range: 1,242.50p - 1,998.00p
Market Capitalisation: £16,727m
VWAP: 0.00p
Shares in Issue: 876m

Recent Trades History Smith & Nephew (SN.)

Buy/Sell Volume Trade Prc Trade Type Trade Time
18:45:04 - 20-Sep-19
Delayed publication
17:38:38 - 20-Sep-19
Delayed publication
17:38:38 - 20-Sep-19
17:58:51 - 20-Sep-19
17:50:20 - 20-Sep-19
17:49:48 - 20-Sep-19
17:45:54 - 20-Sep-19
17:45:16 - 20-Sep-19
17:44:58 - 20-Sep-19
17:44:15 - 20-Sep-19

Share Price History for Smith & Nephew

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Date Open High Low Close
18th Sep 2019 (Wed)1,919.001,929.001,903.001,910.00
17th Sep 2019 (Tue)1,875.501,915.501,871.501,904.50
16th Sep 2019 (Mon)1,874.501,896.001,870.001,883.75
13th Sep 2019 (Fri)1,898.001,901.001,864.501,889.50
12th Sep 2019 (Thu)1,902.501,920.501,884.001,911.25
11th Sep 2019 (Wed)1,885.001,899.001,863.501,895.50
10th Sep 2019 (Tue)1,920.001,924.501,856.501,882.25
9th Sep 2019 (Mon)1,979.501,980.001,920.501,933.00
6th Sep 2019 (Fri)1,956.001,978.001,947.501,974.25
5th Sep 2019 (Thu)1,985.001,985.001,938.001,944.00
4th Sep 2019 (Wed)1,978.001,992.501,969.001,976.75
3rd Sep 2019 (Tue)1,993.501,998.001,979.001,982.50
2nd Sep 2019 (Mon)1,969.001,998.001,965.001,988.00
30th Aug 2019 (Fri)1,974.501,974.501,954.001,958.50
29th Aug 2019 (Thu)1,968.501,981.001,957.501,976.00
28th Aug 2019 (Wed)1,955.501,978.001,931.001,976.00
27th Aug 2019 (Tue)1,923.501,937.501,901.501,931.75
26th Aug 2019 (Mon)00.000.001,935.00
23rd Aug 2019 (Fri)1,936.001,957.001,933.001,929.00
22nd Aug 2019 (Thu)1,945.501,947.501,922.001,929.00
21st Aug 2019 (Wed)1,913.501,945.001,912.501,939.25

SN. - Smith & Nephew Investor Summary

Smith & Nephew are presently the UK's largest medical technology company and one of global significance in its specialised field. Established over 150 years ago, the company now operates in over 30 countries worldwide, with their headquarters still being in London, UK. Their main focus revolves around developing and promoting novel products to help physicians treat aging patients with endoscopy techniques, orthopaedic reconstruction, trauma and advanced wound management being at the forefront of their research. The company feel that the increasingly aging population equals a significant growth potential for the already established markets of orthopaedics, endoscopy and wound management around the world.

Today, Smith & Nephew have over 1000 products in their arsenal and generate worldwide sales of over 3.4 billion dollars. They further report that over the last 5 years their revenues have grown from around nineteen hundred million dollars to over thirty three hundred million dollars – a percentage increase of nearly 100%. This success has been helped along by the launch of a new range of ingenious wound dressing products in 2008 and the acquisition of the Swiss company Plus Orthopaedics Holdings AG in 2007. Smith & Nephew research, develop and manufacture a number of new orthopaedic and wound management products each year, many of which quickly become established products within the UK and the US. The share price of this major medtech company has stayed stable for a number of years and continues to rise as new products are launched.

News about Smith & Nephew (SN.)

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News - Thursday, December 30, 2010

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FTSE lower as banking stocks down, mining stocks continue decline

News - Thursday, April 08, 2010

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