Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kuju Plc LSE:KUJ London Ordinary Share GB0031583932 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 24.60p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Unknown - - - - 3.88

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24/1/200713:31KUJU Back to Profits and Growth143
14/7/200515:12KUJ-U be tempted to buy into this micro-cap Software Company ??168
12/3/200416:24So what do we think.13

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Kuju Daily Update: Kuju Plc is listed in the Unknown sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KUJ. The last closing price for Kuju was 24.60p.
Kuju Plc has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 15,772,192 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Kuju Plc is £3,879,959.23.
holidayfunds: There are currently 15.772 million shares in issue, and up to 15.0 million or 95% of these shares now appear to be reasonably firmly held by 3%+ shareholders or current / former Directors, specifically: JD Newth - Director: 3,236,196 I Baverstock - Director: 3,236,196; Credit Suisse: 2,260,909; Forest Nominees: 2,012,830; maybe this was somehow linked to Laxey? Sinjul Nominees: 1,780,302; maybe this was somehow linked to Laxey? Vidacos Nominees Ltd 751,500 HSBC Global: 650,000; Rathbone: 597,496; Dominic Weatley: 361,743; Julian Davis: 114,048; I would guess the recent Laxey deal must have been linked to an existing 3%+ shareholder (as suggested above, since I'm not sure Laxey had previously declared a 3% shareholding?), so that will bring the number down below 95%; but even so, I get the feeling that even modest volumes could now generate quite significant share price movements. David
holidayfunds: Just to re-cap, H2 results were badly affected by one-off exceptional costs and write-offs: * Turnover almost £5.1m; * Gross Profit £0.4m; * Expenses / write-offs £(1.1)m; To give an Operating Loss of £(0.6) million. There seems to plenty of new deals to boost H1 activity levels (to September) and I would guess that Turnover and Gross Profits will be well up on those H2 levels (above). Anyway, DYOR and all that. There are not many businesss with annual turnover in excess of £10m (and growing) that are valued at £2.8 million. ---------------------------------------------------- The Laxey Partners disposal(s) from 27 Sept to 10 Oct does not appear to have seriously dented the share price; in fact, we know little about the transaction(s). I'm not even sure that we were aware that Laxey was a 3%+ shareholder - perhaps they somehow took over the stake from Sinjul Nominees or Forest Nominees? Anyway, the share price is now 65% up on the 27 Sept level. Perhaps worth noting this fact; and the (rather desparate?) article planted in the London Evening Standard on Wednesday did not seem to have the desired effect. Anyway, unless I have made any silly mistakes, there are currently 15.772 million shares in issue, and 3%+ shareholders appear to hold at least 77.7% of these shares (maybe up to 90.35% if the recent Laxey deal was unconnected with any existing disclosed holding, i.e. this list totals 14.25 million shares: JD Newth - Director: 3,236,196 I Baverstock - Director: 3,236,196; Credit Suisse: 2,260,909; Forest Nominees: 2,012,830; maybe this was somehow linked to Laxey? Sinjul Nominees: 1,780,302; maybe this was somehow linked to Laxey? HSBC Global: 650,000; Rathbone: 597,496; Dominic Weatley: 361,743; Julian Davis: 114,048; In addition, Newth and Baverstock have the Loan Note interest, which will give them (combined) command over 150,000 10p warrants from next Wednesday, plus a further 1 million shares next April (@10pence). In addition, the 3rd party partner has similar shareholding rights (150,000 warrants + 1 million shares in April). Beyond that Newth and Baverstock have (again, combined) share options over another million shares (this time at 20pence) which can be exercised gradually over the next 3 years. ------------------------------------------ EDIT: I feel that KUJU may offer the potential for an exceptional short-term gain, but real details concerning current trading all basically non-existent, so the risks may be high here. I guess the problem is that, given the above facts, I'm doubting there are too many actual shares available out there for purchase. ps do a Google 'News' search for KUJU and take a look at the website; there is a lot happening here at the moment. pps AGM is on Wed 2 November; that's almost a month earlier than last year. David
jtownley: Vivendi Universal Games are funding Kuju to produce a new game - more details soon apparently. Share price marked up as usual as MMs try to tempt a few in !
jtownley: Ta for all that research, nice to see Kuju actively seeking publicity. I suspect they are doing rather well and what their success recognised in the share price !
boadicea: My only blue speck on a red carpet this morning. Share price is a bit academic as it was last traded on 22nd July! However, turnaround in 2nd half gives room for hope.
double6: Micro-cap company (around £2 million after...), recently announced placement at 11p to raise 800k Working Capital. Today announced a development contract. The last results stated they were confident about the 4th quarter dependent upon another contract win - presumably this is the contract announced today! No short-term Cash problems after the placement, the share price only fell because of the price of the placement - I am hoping the price will rebound to 25p again soon. RNS last year regarding link-up with Microsoft - Turnover in the last full year accounts was significantly increased. As always DYOR - let me know your thoughts, all views are welcome.....
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