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|Yes a sensible move. 1.5p divi approaching. (27th)|
|Director / PDMR Shareholding
The Company announces that it was notified on 17 October 2016 that on the same day, Roger Salt, Group Finance Director, disposed of 45,527 ordinary shares of 25 pence each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") at 33.5 pence per Ordinary Share and purchased 47,028 Ordinary Shares through his ISA at 33.5 pence per Ordinary Share.
As a result of the above transactions, Mr Salt's holding in the Company, along with the holding of his wife, has increased to 230,239 Ordinary Shares, being 0.56% of the Company's issued share capital.|
|bruce, yes that's right, only a potential turn for now because it may well change position, as the shape of the current Flag or Pennant develops.
The trend lines leading to the other potential turn in early Nov look more fixed to me, although I will watch the chart closely as it takes shape. Fibs are used for measuring target only.|
|Thanks Bamboo, is that red vertical line during mid-end Oct a turn date?|
|Hi Bamboo2, good to see you here and hope all is going well :)
It has been hard to get any quantity and I have had to pay premiums for them through negotiated trades over the last month or so. It has solid business characteristics and fundamentally very strong. I expect this to do very well in the coming years.
I have seen their premises in Ossett in the past - reassuring - as no flags nor fountains ! As long as they keep churning out profits and dividends, that will do very nicely :)|
|mb, hi again. Hope you are well.
Nothing available on-line, I had to place order this morning.|
|With very tight liquidity, someone has paid on ISDX
05/10/2016 10:10 20,000 38.48
Good luck all :)|
|Interesting to see pick up in volume on ISDX
05/10/2016 09:26 8,112 36
05/10/2016 08:37 1,409 35.48
05/10/2016 08:16 25,000 33.685
05/10/2016 08:10 1,400 35.7
Weaker £ makes us more competitive in many of our markets...|
|Well I'll go for that bamboo2...|
|Added this morning. Have adjusted HTF target due to miscalculation down to 44.2|
|New high and backed by volume - very nice :)|
|Very cheap on all metrics imv.|
|Pick up in the construction sector is good news...as this is a lead indicator for the need for our products :)|
|With £3mm cash no worries imv.|
|Very reassuring and prompt reply ....
" Thankyou for the interest shown in our company. You can rest assured that we monitor our distributable reserves very closely, and they are more than sufficient to support the dividend payment. As well as being a key focus for us, our auditors and legal advisors also take a keen interest in this matter."|
Relevant excerpt from Carclo trading and dividend update 31.08.2016
....."Subsequent to the EU Referendum result on 23 June 2016, corporate bond yields have decreased materially in the UK and, as this yield is used to discount the Group's pension liability under IAS 19 "Employee Benefits", if the corporate bond yield remains at its current low level then this will result in a significant increase in the Group's pension deficit as at 30 September 2016. This likely increased IAS 19 pension deficit would have the effect of extinguishing the Company's available distributable reserves, in which case the Company will not be able to pay the final dividend of 1.95 pence per share, declared on 7 June 2016, on 7 October 2016 to those members that were on the register at 26 August 2016. Whilst the Board is disappointed that the final dividend is now unlikely to be capable of being paid due to these legal and accounting constraints, it intends to resume the Company's progressive dividend policy once legal and accounting circumstances allow...."
I have raised this issue with AIEA (Rylance and Salt) via an email earlier today and shall feedback if I get a reply.|
|the deficit was larger last year and AIEA paid a divi. cash is higher now as is P&L account so i would be amazed if it was an issue.|
|Has anyone read the article in Shares 08 Sep 2016 regarding the dividend drama at Carclo ? Apparently, Carclo are not able to pay the proposed dividend due to pension deficit due to some procedural issue.
Is this an issue for us here given the pension deficit ?|
|FWIW i don't think 7% is bad for this size of company and you can often deal near the other side if you are willing to go against the price direction.|
|It's a real pity the spread is horrendous|
|Looks like some are taking their profits this morning, another chance for those wanting to join the party....|
|This share looks like its well poised to grow over the next few years...and I have taken some shares this morning...with book value being circa 34p, I was not averse to paying a decent premium to get the shares.
Boring business but likely to be great cash generator / a great investment...just the way I like it.
Good luck all :)|