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|Let's hope that block of shares explains the recent weakness after earlier rally up to 65p
|That's some trade 2.4m at 53p|
|LBO re FD - Thanks I missed the earlier announcement.
|Change in FD was not unexpected. It had already been announced in September.
|The unexpected departure of the incumbent FD can sometimes be construed as something is not quite right "stepping down" is confusing did he resign for a better post or was he pushed, checked Digital Look he did not appear in directors shareholdings list. Fryer seems to have a decent CV and may possibly be more of a heavy weight with the Company growing.
3 million shares change hands on 18th November do not know if that had anything to do with it.
Augean has announced the appointment of Mark Fryer as Group FD, to replace departing FD, Richard Laker. Mark was previously FD of Dialight, with more recent roles as interim CFO of private equity owned businesses. Mark will join Augean on 14th December, with Richard stepping down on the same date. Augean remains on attractive valuation multiples despite recent positive share price momentum, with a strong track record of double digit EPS growth which we expect to continue over our forecast horizon. We anticipate the next news flow to be a year end trading update in January 2017.|
|Edison apply a EV/EBITDA multiple of 5.7x to their increased one-year forward EBITDA estimates, which they say gives a fair value per share of 84p|
|LBO - 21 Jul 2015 - 10:07 - 2041 of 2113From Trends and Targets:AUGEAN PLC (LSE:AUG) has a blue line. It also has a pink one. When we look at what's happening to the share price currently, it seems either one of them is important to the market and critically, should it now close above 57p, it betters both and will be viewed as starting a new trend. In the case of this share, our initial expectation would be 70p with secondary a pretty sane looking 87p longer term. And then, for those with infinite patience, it gets interesting. We've circled a movement back in 2007 when the price was gapped down from roughly 130 to 120, a movement which sparked the period of decline suffered since. It seems the share price needs now only CLOSE above 77p to tick the final box in an argument for a long term 135p which rather neatly will cover the gap and suggest we need revisit the tea leaves|
|Slow but steady recovery. Can't complain.
Hopefully will contribute to lifting UIL Ltd.|
|Chunky trades put through first thing this morning at 56p - 3 million total.
|Good to see a Director buying :-|
|Yes agree - looks cheap at this price - market cap £56m not large enough for the big boys and seems share price may have been held back by Schroeders reducing holding recently,and depends on whether they are still sellers.
Forecast from Digital Look
Year Ending Revenue (£m) Pre-tax (£m) EPS P/E PEG EPS Grth. Div Yield
2016-12-31 65.89 7.14 5.48p 9.6 0.5 18% 0.80p 1.5%
2017-12-31 69.23 8.62 6.65p 7.9 0.4 22% 0.98p 1.9%
Does not copy and paste well have to match up headings.
|Setting themselves up nicely for the future,,,,,,,,,IMO & DYOR
("Augean" or "the Group")
Augean North Sea Services to open specialist Decom Waste Management Hub at the Port of Dundee
Augean plc, one of the UK's leading specialist waste management businesses, is pleased to announce that Augean North Sea Services (ANSS), as part of its strategic development, has today announced it has entered into a partnership with Forth Ports Dundee to establish a state of the art facility in Dundee for the management of waste arising from the decommissioning of offshore equipment. This facility will enhance the opportunity for Augean to service the growing North Sea decommissioning market, a multi-billion pound programme decommissioning hundreds of offshore assets which is expected to be active for over 20 years.|
|Back up to my entry price paid in May 2015!
|From Augean website
20 October 2016
Stewart Davies elected ESA Chairman
We are delighted to announce that Dr Stewart Davies, CEO, has been elected as Chairman by
The Environmental Services Association (ESA) Board.
ESA is the trade association representing the UK’s resource and waste management industry, which
is leading the transformation of how the UK’s waste is managed. They work with all levels of
government, regulators and the public to deliver a more sustainable waste and resource management
solution for the UK.
Dr Davies said:
“I am delighted to be taking over the Chairmanship of the ESA at such an important time for our industry. As an £11bn industry investing in cleaner ways to turn Britain’s waste into resources, we can be a major part of the UK’s emerging industrial strategy. The ESA has a vital role to play in helping the Government join up its thinking on waste and resources, so that our member companies have a clear post-Brexit framework in which to bring forward a private sector-led package of investment in new waste infrastructure worth £10bn.
I should also like to pay tribute to my predecessor, Peter Gerstrom of Cory Environmental, who was a tireless advocate for our industry during his time as Chairman and helped to drive ESA’s agenda forward.”
Dr Davies will assume ESA’s Chairmanship from Peter Gerstrom of Cory Environmental at the Association’s AGM on 25 November 2016|
|Good to see strength with Schroders reducing from 19.4m to 16.9m shares|
|I hold some of this indirectly through UIL Ltd (UTL ticker).
Nice to see it rebound at last.|
|Guess it takes someone to get the ball rolling sometimes.
|A few buy's coming in on that bigman,,,,,,,,,,,and three posts on the thread in one day,,,,,:-)|
|According to Singer Augean remains on single digit multiples based on estimates (EV/EBITDA 4.6x for 2016, P/E 8.8x).|
|Chunky institution trades put through today so far 4.4m, hope it will get the price up.