Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Regus Group LSE:RGU London Ordinary Share JE00B3CGFD43 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50p -0.19% 263.80p 264.00p 264.30p 265.80p 260.50p 265.60p 1,864,460 16:35:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 1,927.0 145.7 12.8 20.6 2,454.78

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29/9/2016
09:20
Regus Daily Update: Regus Group is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RGU. The last closing price for Regus was 264.30p.
Regus Group has a 4 week average price of 283.97p and a 12 week average price of 295.94p.
The 1 year high share price is 356.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 250.20p.
There are currently 930,545,355 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,073,415 shares. The market capitalisation of Regus Group is £2,454,778,646.49.
11/9/2015
17:08
mike740: Here..... Regus is performing as expected. Network growth will again be over 25% this year. The key operating metrics of occupancy and REPOW for the mature estate are trending positively. Overhead efficiency continues to improve from organisational change and operational leverage. Investment costs are constrained contributing to post tax return on capital for locations open since end 2011 rising from 23% and a balance sheet only modestly geared. Despite outperformance, we maintain our view that the share price does not capture nearly the potential for value creation. Guidance for net expansion investment for the whole of this year was formally increased to approximately £230m at the interims from prior visibility of in the region of £180m. This follows sequential net growth investment from 2012 to 2014 of £147.8m, £260.2m and £206.6m, adding 243, 448 and 452 locations, respectively. This equates to network growth of 17%, 30%, and 24%, taking the number of locations at end 2014 to 2,269 (see Figure 3). Management estimate there will be 600 locations added this year, which will be network growth of c.26%, with the emphasis on broadening regionally beyond major cities. Management express some caution towards lease levels in London, New York and San Francisco, which is not unexpected. This is a positive signal for wider market demand, and reassuring that management is tempering expansion where it sees lease rates as out of line with its views of fair market value. Overall, markets remain strongly supportive for further multi-year network expansion with management reiterating its vision of 20,000+ Regus locations globally assuming growth is sustained. Secular change in working patterns, corporate efficiency and property rationalisation trends and the potential of brand, technology and network leadership by Regus are all factors contributing to creating this potential. Growth is creating future value and releasing network value. Return on capital is high and rising. Regus’s key return targets have been applied consistently over many years, and the processes for evaluation and approval of new location investment – greenfield and acquired – have strengthened with experience. New and development of formats creates a differentiated offering that further enhances potential. The most recent new format is the Spaces brand, Regus’s response to WeWork. It comprises large sites targeted at early stage highly entrepreneurial clients seeking the benefits of collaborative communities. Created in Europe, Regus is now taking this concept to the US. We expect formats and innovation to be key themes of the upcoming capital markets day (6 October).
17/10/2013
19:56
lupins2: Topped up with another 2500 shares this AM ready for the £2 party. Look out for the snow tomorrow. Happy day's!!!! Share price right on the edge now, a bit like 'tipping point' I guess If you know the programme. Regards L.
18/8/2011
15:21
bobsidian: Unlike other shares RGU did not seem to have any share price recovery after the first sell off, and now seems to be battered again in the current sell off underway. Wildly oversold. Hmm.
17/9/2009
18:22
purplebox: The shares were primarily sold to increase the liquidity of the stock. http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/markets/article.html?in_article_id=490772&in_page_id=3 "The founder and chief executive of Regus (0.6p off at 106.5p) trousered a cool £36.4m after selling 35m shares, or 10%, of his shareholding in the serviced office provider at 104p a share. He still owns a controlling 33.7% stake worth £332m. Dixon's sale comes after a strong run in the share price - it has risen 78% from its July low to a two-year high - and the disposal has apparently been done in order to increase liquidity in the stock."
10/6/2009
17:49
cambodia: Does anyone have any instinct about where RGU share price is heading? Value of pound is increasing - no help to RGU. Business performing well in recession. Wide geographical exposure. Signs of price of rented office space is deteriating. However businesses continued barriers to finance means that trend of renting offices should continue.
27/5/2009
12:07
cockneyrebel: Why would 6 years ago interest me re RGU more than the last 5 years Jeffian? They are a cyclical business so how have they done so well through a recession in the down cycle? And doesn't that mean they should do even better in the up cycle? Anyway, Panmure disagree with you today: 1058 GMT [Dow Jones] Panmure Gordon initiates Regus (RGU.LN) with a buy rating and 81p target price. Says the buy ratings reflects Panmure's view "that Regus looks attractive following share price weakness of late, with peak to trough earnings of 55% already factored into our forecasts." Brokerage adds that its target price of 81p equates to 15.0x 2010 trough EPS or 6.8x peak earnings. "With in excess of 20% upside, we believe the risk/reward looks positive at current levels," it says. Shares +2.3% at 68p. CR
21/5/2009
09:19
topdoc: forget all these so called reasoned arguments.the question is where will the share price be in the next few weeks
20/3/2009
15:54
ac1983: Give this one a couple of weeks; markets are at historic lows and this could really turn into a huge winner if combined with rise in general market confidence. The share price has already held well against consistent profit taking; if buying picks up we'll fly, so "all aboard"!
19/11/2007
12:21
citytourist: Jeffian Good morning my old friend, hope you don't mind if I pop in and say a quick hello. Its been some time now and I hope you are well. It is nice to see that in my absence you have maintained the bearish position. I am somewhat surprised that those that follow this share have not spotted the cyclical pattern of this business since its rise from the ashes. This cycle has allowed some excellent buying and selling opportunities. The downturn in both the property and finance markets has been flagged for some considerable time, as has the cooling of the markets in general. So it is no surprise the share price has retracted to its current bargain price. That downturn incidentally, will I believe have a positive effect on the fortunes of Regus. With the uncertainty of property values over the next few years and the effect that could have on the balance sheet, it is surely more prudent to rent office space than commit precious resources to acquiring an asset that requires a large capital deposit, and may well devalue. Every year this share has seen a 40% correction in its price and has to date reclaimed that value and more, between Christmas and May/June. So I think this is an excellent buying opportunity, to replicate the excellent returns that have been made on its rise to £1.50 and its subsequent fall to back below .90p It will come as no surprise Jeffian old son that I disagree with your comment "There's plenty of shares tanking out there for no reason" there is a very good reason. Shares have since time began established a high for the year and a low. During that period they rise to extremes and fall to extremes. That is where the opportunity for profit exists. This is the very dynamic signature that distinguishes the stock market from other investments. Value is created , potentially destroyed and renewed. I have just returned from four days in your Capital London, fantastic place, anyway I am convince that one day you will make money on this share ... goodness knows you of all people have had the ability to do so. REgards C.T
04/9/2007
10:27
slj: The Investment Column: Regus has room to profit from uncertain times Edited by Andrew Dewson Published: 04 September 2007 Our view: buy Share price: 133.5p The past five years have seen a spectacular recovery in the share price of Regus, the managed office and business support services group. Punters could have picked up the shares for 5p back in September 2003, and anyone lucky enough to have done so is now sitting on a profit of something in the region of 2,500 per cent – a stellar return by any standard. Judging by yesterday's results the company is in excellent health. First-half pre-tax profits rose by 71.8 per cent to £53.6m on the back of a 36 per cent jump in revenue to £411.5m, boosted by 61 new centres opened in the first half, of which 17 came about through acquisitions. Regus provides fully staffed and operational temporary offices, meeting and conferencing facilities. It has grown into a global operator in the past five years, and is devoting an increasing amount of its development to emerging markets. Its largest Asian presence is in China. In uncertain economic times, temporary and short-term office space should remain attractive. In spite of the glut of new office space in most major economic centres, Regus remains in a strong position. Management has sorted the company out and the longer-term outlook remains strong, while the uncertainty over the US outlook should be offset by the growth in emerging markets. The shares trade on an undemanding 14.9 times forecast 2008 earnings and, provided the US economy does not go into freefall, there should be plenty of upside left in the stock. http://news.independent.co.uk/business/comment/article2924466.ece
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