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|Redhall Daily Update: Redhall Group is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RHL. The last closing price for Redhall was 10.75p.|
Redhall Group has a 4 week average price of 10.16p and a 12 week average price of 9.12p.
The 1 year high share price is 12.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 5.38p.
There are currently 200,050,684 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 355,643 shares. The market capitalisation of Redhall Group is £21,505,448.53.
|haywards26: Nice and strong upwards share price movement. Maybe a contract RNS coming up :)|
|haywards26: Material contract wins and an end to the exceptional costs is what is needed to move the share price here significantly upwards.|
|meijiman: Henderson partly calling the shots here I recall. But I think their best plan is to back a management turnaround which boosts the share price. At least that gives them options.Redhall has some decent blue chip customers - main issue was management failings on contracting. That should be history now. So onward and upward.|
|meijiman: yes looks like some nosy buying-hoping to find a bottom...in the share price!|
|value viper: A new thread for what I believe (and hope) will bring about some improved share price performance going forward.|
|21trader: Always remember about approx 25 years ago when Next had a lot of debt. Share price was 1p and they sold off some mail order business for 30-40 mil kepts the banks at bay and bought them some time and the rest they say is history.|
|value viper: net debt was 16 million at last update (Dec) and they say this sale cuts it by 5.
I'm no accountant I admit, but lets just say thats a decent reduction whatever the actual figures are; they have kept the best (higher margin) businesses and if they can cost manage their way to profits and with some improvement in their markets , the operational leverage kicks in and the bank is relaxed over debt interest etc
moreover the bank is not the real worry as henderson now have the debt and 27% of the stock.....i assume they might like to see the share price higher........
if this goes bust after what they have said today, I think it would be pretty outrageous BUT of course funnier things have happened|
|value viper: ORYX - ticker OIG also fancies an investment here, now with over 5%
fwiw check out their share price graph ! NRI|
|haywards26: It is one of the issues for smaller companies, in that one material contract going bad can turn a growing, profitable business with strong balance sheet into a downward spiral of doom. The main worry here is how are RHL ever going to repay the large debt with the current levels of profits...The UK nuclear program is also slow and lacking in clear timeframes.
O/T One stock I have recently invested in is QPP they are the second largest company listed on AIM - may be worth you taking a look if you have not come across this company before. They are a market leader currently going through an aggressive acquisition and earnings enhancing phase. Moving to a full FTSE listing early this year. Price targets and fundamentals value the business double the current share price, even after the strong increases seen over the last month.|
|loobrush: Court judgement result late today in Redhall's favour -final negotiations on amount taking place -should be between £9 and £14 million for Redhall -this should see a much higher share price tomorrow up towards the old 110p -170p range.
I'm in first thing tomorrow.|
Redhall share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange