Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Flowgroup Plc LSE:FLOW London Ordinary Share GB00B19H7076 Flowgroup Plc
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.625p +10.64% 6.50p 6.25p 6.75p 6.625p 5.875p 5.875p 1,875,385.00 11:03:47
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 40.4 -17.1 -5.3 - 20.64

Flowgroup Plc Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/1/2017
14:54
Well what do you expect for your money? In less than two years the share price has gone from around 44p to 6.25p. Now that takes some doing. Think what he would pay himself if the company was doing well. :o) At this rate he'll be paying himself more than the company is worth he he he!!
1fox1
20/1/2017
10:10
Why is the ceo taking home 500k a year when the company loses so much money
larva
20/1/2017
10:04
Nice one uppompeii :o)
1fox1
19/1/2017
23:20
What does he pay himself again?
uppompeii
18/1/2017
18:50
Yep too true Moorsie2. The silence from Stiff and co is quite alarming. Share price now at a little above 6p. Looks to me like his "game changing boiler" is destined for the rubbish bin.
1fox1
18/1/2017
11:56
This is not looking pretty....
moorsie2
09/1/2017
17:27
Hate to say this as a long suffering shareholder but this one is beginning to have a look of the knackers yard about it? Well done Tony Stiff!! Laughing all the way to the bank on his inflated salary. Typical example of corporate Britain. CEO's and directors rewarding themselves for failure. These are the sort of people where government intervention should be carried out imo. It shouldn't be allowed that they get excessive pay for running companies that do not perform.
1fox1
04/1/2017
13:33
Must be worth a punt at this level as all the doom and gloom is already priced in.Got to wonder what these shares could be worth if DECC decision is favourable and they have maintained their customer growth rate.
entropy22
04/1/2017
09:08
No - just UP!
philjeans
07/12/2016
09:32
Urgent. Cheap fix for two winters + £30 cashback - 10,000 available. Let's be straight, prices are on the up. In the last two months alone, the cheapest deal has gone from £744/yr to £858/yr, and it's predicted to continue rising.But we've blagged a dual-fuel tariff from Flow Energy that most will see if you do a Cheap Energy Club comparison ASAP. It's £877/yr on typical use, only £19/yr more expensive than the best 1yr fix. You do, however, get to lock in for two winters, not just one; and you get £30 cashback via our Cheap Energy Club.This isn't a collective switch (where a trusted intermediary such as a council or us negotiates a special deal for users) but we think it's the next best thing, and as there are only 10,000 available, they'll likely go quick. The key facts:- It's available for new customers only.- You get £30 dual-fuel cashback from Cheap Energy Club.- As it's a fix, the rate (not cost, that depends on use) is fixed until 31 March, 2018. - It's available for dual-fuel only (ie, gas & elec together) incl Eco 7.- You must pay by monthly direct debit.- Leave early and there's a £20/fuel exit fee. - The switch of your supply will happen at some point from 1 Jan.- You can't take it with you if you move home but there are no exit fees if you do relocate.- It's also on MoneySup (we're part of the same group) but nowhere else, yet there you don't get the cashback.How it compares for someone with typical usageAvg price on Ofgem typical dual-fuel direct-debit use (varies by region)Typical cost: Current avg Big 6 standard tariff: £1,063/yrMSE Special: Flow Energy March 2018 fix: £877yr + £30 cashback, £20/fuel exit feeCheapest open-market 1yr fix: So Energy: £858/yr - no cashback, £5/fuel exit feeCheapest bigger provider with good service: First Utility 1yr fix: £929/yr - £30 cashback, £30/fuel exit feeCheapest 2yr fix: First Utility: £999/yr - £30 cashback, £50/fuel exit feeGet YOUR EXACT PRICE & saving via a full market comparisonWho is Flow? It's a small provider, but not a tiddler; it works with Shell, and its cust feedback was 77% 'great' in our last survey.
sp1972
07/12/2016
09:01
Flow getting a mention in Martin Lewis's weekly email
sp1972
06/12/2016
07:58
M&A in sector admittedly in non domestic but there could be a period of consolidation in the offing?British company Drax Group Plc (DRX.L) said it has proposed to acquire privately held Opus Energy Group Ltd for 340 million pounds ($433.43 million) in a deal that would help it expand by supplying power to small-and-medium enterprises.Drax said the deal would add about 130,000 customers to its accounts as Opus controlled about 8 percent of the non-domestic electricity supply market in the country.
kooba
05/12/2016
16:09
The chart shows an aberration with the share price dipping below 10p. I believe the price will quickly return to the norm and we'll see 10p plus before 2017, now we know they have hedged oil and gas and the business is still on track. If other small suppliers fail (very likely) Flow will benefit.
philjeans
05/12/2016
15:32
Decided to dip a toe in here on the back of that RNS - other unknowns out there but surely the energy supply business on its own should be worth more than the market cap.
kemche
05/12/2016
15:06
Good news today and a great BUY down here in the trough. Strong recovery prospects; just added.
philjeans
05/12/2016
13:09
CantorOur view: Flowgroup is right to remind the market of its strong hedging position this winter in our view. The market looks volatile and a rival has already collapsed as a result. We think the thinning out of weaker rivals should benefit Flowgroup and we reiterate our BUY recommendation and target price of 21p.
kooba
05/12/2016
07:38
Must have been reading the bb... reassuring but no more detail than earlier trading statement.so financials must be in line with previous guidance.
kooba
05/12/2016
07:34
Well you have got your update, shame that advfn is sleeping on the job ! This is not the first time that they have been slow to update with the early morning rns announcements. I find now that it is safer to look at the investegate site first, before looking at my advfn monitor list.
mesquida
04/12/2016
20:36
I'm a flow energy customer and have just had today the email cross selling me their boiler for an offer price and attractive installation price.Let's hope their not going out of business ! I agree with all the recent comments and I would think an additional update would be wise right now.
value viper
04/12/2016
11:02
Lazarus...thanks for responding...
diku
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