In August 2020, DeepVerge (DVRG.L) stock has climbed by 50 cents in just one month. That was the largest and most significant increase in the last five years. The success, however, only lasted two months with the firm’s shares. By October 2020, the value had dropped to 25-30 points. Since then, the company has remained relatively unchanged. The stock has been fluctuating between 30-35 points in 2021.
Following the acquisition of Modern Water, the company was given another chance to test for the coronavirus in tap water. This allowed the corporation to expand its operations over three continents and grow into a larger organization that generated significantly more profit. Furthermore, by using artificial intelligence for bacterium and virus testing, the company has rebranded and shifted its commercial strategy.
DeepVerge claims to have made a conditional profit of £10 million by issuing 31,500,003 new Ordinary Shares and subscribing for 1,833,331 new Ordinary Shares at a discount of 11.8 percent. This increase allows the corporation to evaluate 30 years of data, which will allow it to develop more inventive and effective products to address global health and industrial concerns. Profit will be used to increase Modern Water sales and accelerate service delivery.
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