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Rhm Plc LSE:RHM London Ordinary Share KYG7531H1083 ORD USD0.10 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 7.75p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 53.4 -15.6 -40.8 - 3.74

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01/10/2016
09:20
Rhm Daily Update: Rhm Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RHM. The last closing price for Rhm was 7.75p.
Rhm 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 48,278,188 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Rhm Plc is £3,741,559.57.
24/4/2013
19:12
dropside: A lot of the buying was around 12:00 which was before the RNS came out. Did news leak out? The endless delays on this reverse take-over have really damaged the share price, now that is out of the way there should be a steady improvement. I would like to see an interim update before they enter the closed period - so that would mean next week if we are to get one. A positive update would re-inforce the uptrend, who knows I might breakeven!
12/3/2012
14:45
topinfo: Lawson Red Hot would then be a holding company with a 68% stake in Founder Berhad worth £29m. If we divide that by Red Hot's 36.6 million shares we get within a penny of Cheong's target price of 80p. Looked at another way, RHM will hold 710 million shares in Founder Berhad post the transaction. Today, Founder's shares trade at RM0.175. Multiply that by 710 million and we get a figure of £26.2m, equivalent to 72p per RHM share, which is within 10% of Cheong's target and some 32p above the London price of RHM. Either way, it looks as if local Malaysian investors can recognise a good business, and are ahead of the game here. What is more, Cheong Chia Chieh promised that there would be some more good news later this year. I'll keep you up to date. http://www.moneyweek.com/investment-advice/penny-shares/penny-shares-malaysian-dynamo-red-hot-media-20900
05/3/2012
08:43
topinfo: RHM (RED HOT MEDIA) 1st Match 2012 by Tom Bulford http://www.moneyweek.com/investment-advice/penny-shares/penny-shares-malaysian-dynamo-red-hot-media-20900 I'm not proud. I'll go anywhere to get a story. So last week found me in the Rivoli bar of the Ritz Hotel, Mayfair. I sat there, marvelling at the £6 cost of a thimbleful of cranberry juice and resenting the waiter's sniffy insistence that I should wear a proper jacket. My mood, though, was lifted by the gentleman across the table. His name is Cheong Chia Chieh and he was beaming from ear to ear. In a series of visits to the UK he has been conducting a charm offensive designed to boost the share price of a business of which he owns 22%. And he told me that his efforts are working. The share price of his company has recovered by 60% from its October trough, and trading volume in this once moribund counter is lively. Now the shares trade at 40p, but if Cheong has his way they will soon be at 80p. I have covered Red Hot Media in Penny Sleuth before, but let me tell you Cheong's story. How to blow a bundle in Malaysia – and get nothing back Cheong, a Malaysian, used to work for Nanyang Press Holdings, publisher of the Nanyang Siang Pau. Launched in 1923, it is the oldest Chinese language newspaper outside the mainland. One thing he learned in his time there was that advertisers spent plenty of money without having much idea of what they are getting for it. As the nineteenth century American merchant John Wanamaker put it, "half the money I spend on advertising is wasted; the trouble is I don't know which half". This is particularly true when advertisers venture into foreign climes. Cheong observed foreign companies attempting to target the Malaysian consumer simply by appointing an international ad agency and throwing money at the problem. He reckoned that he could offer something better. So when Nanyang's owner MCIL went public, Cheong took the chance to buy out part of the business along with a partner with the initials 'RH' (from which was derived the wonderful and unforgettable name 'Red Hot' Media!). Revenues have doubled, so why haven't share prices followed? Today, Red Hot offers what Choeng calls "results based marketing". To be honest, I am not sure that this is so very different from conventional marketing, but Red Hot does claim a better knowledge of the route to the Malaysian consumer, and it has built a substantial local market share. In the last four years, Red Hot has grown its revenues from RM19.3m (Malaysian Ringgit) to RM44.3m (that's about £9.2m) – and its pre-tax profit from RM2.2m to RM9.2m (c. £1.9m). If the forecasts of Allenby Capital prove to be correct there will be no let-up in this rate of growth. But Red Hot's share price has so far failed to reflect this rude health. This is due to an innate UK investor suspicion of anything east of the Thames estuary, and to RHM's somewhat eccentric approach to investor relations. But also muddying the waters is a proposed deal that will see Red Hot inject its entire operating business into Founder Berhad in exchange for a 68% stake in the latter. Could this all lead to the change needed? Founder Berhad is the Malaysian-listed arm of a major Chinese conglomerate, the Founder Group, which is involved in technology and financial services. Founder Berhad is a developer of fingerprinting security systems and "a renowned provider of IT solutions". It made a profit after tax of RM763,000 in 2010. Adding this to RHM's 2011 post-tax profit of RM10.5m (as forecast by Allenby), we get a combined number of c.RM 11.3m, rising to c. RM13.6m for 2012. Placing this on the price/earnings (P/E) ratio of fifteen that Choeng thinks is appropriate would value the business at RM204m, or £43m. Red Hot would then be a holding company with a 68% stake in Founder Berhad worth £29m. If we divide that by Red Hot's 36.6 million shares we get within a penny of Cheong's target price of 80p. Looked at another way, RHM will hold 710 million shares in Founder Berhad post the transaction. Today, Founder's shares trade at RM0.175. Multiply that by 710 million and we get a figure of £26.2m, equivalent to 72p per RHM share, which is within 10% of Cheong's target and some 32p above the London price of RHM. Either way, it looks as if local Malaysian investors can recognise a good business, and are ahead of the game here. What is more, Cheong Chia Chieh promised that there would be some more good news later this year. I'll keep you up to date. • This article is taken from Tom Bulford's free twice-weekly small-cap investment email The Penny Sleuth. Sign up to The Penny Sleuth here. Information in Penny Sleuth is for general information only and is not intended to be relied upon by individual readers in making (or not making) specific investment decisions. Penny Sleuth is an unregulated product published by Fleet Street Publications Ltd.
13/6/2011
10:02
mcamikeb: Full Year Results look excellent - Showing Revenue up 69% and PBT up 103%. I believe the CEO is in town meeting investors this week. With the share price lower in recent weeks, a sure fire BUY. Research from Daniel Stewart below with a 103p price target: FY`10 PBT +95%YoY EBIT doubled on regional growth in Malaysia, China and Hong Kong Investment Case • FY`10 revenue grew 69%YoY to RM44.3m (£8.9m); EBIT doubled to RM9.6m (21.7% margin); PBT doubled to RM9.2m (£1.83m), compared to DSCE of RM10.6m. • RHM reported 75%YoY growth in its core Advertising & Media operation, in Malaysia (+96%), China and Hong Kong (+70%). • RHM focused on cashflow and organic growth against a background of turbulence; growth in Asia and economic upheaval elsewhere. • Our DCF-based target value remains 103p/share. FY`11(E) EPS is adjusted for tax.
24/5/2011
10:34
mcamikeb: This company is Malaysian, not Chinese. Totally different ball game. I agree with your view of Chinese companies - I have lost money in a few over the past five years. However, I've also made money with CSF Group last year, another Malaysian company and one that first drew my attention to this rapidly developing country. It has a strong GDP, better than most of Europe and the US, disposable income is growing, so demand for electrical items and white goods is flying as they strive to catch up with the West. If RHM does half of what is say it can, then the share price should be on its way up. Results due in the next few weeks would be my guess, so we should have confirmation of growth then.
04/12/2006
08:28
randomwalker: the share price is well over the notional bid price because Prem foods are up as well and the bid is part shares. I reckon that will change, so I have also sold. I always thought these were worth 300, but even allowing for the obvious synergies, it looks very high now
04/12/2006
07:18
spob: Premier Foods plc 04 December 2006 For immediate release 4 December 2006 Not for release, publication or distribution in or into the United States, Canada, Australia or Japan Part 1 RECOMMENDED OFFER FOR RHM PLC BY PREMIER FOODS PLC The boards of Premier Foods and RHM are pleased to announce that they have reached agreement on the terms of a recommended offer to be made by Premier to acquire the entire issued and to be issued share capital of RHM. It is intended that the Offer be implemented by way of a scheme of arrangement under section 425 of the Companies Act 1985. Following the Acquisition, Premier will be the largest food producer in the UK (1) and believes it will be able to build on the complementary strategies of Premier and RHM from a position of significantly enhanced scale and efficiency. Premier believes that the Acquisition will enable it to take advantage of top-line growth opportunities through strong innovation and brand investment, while also delivering substantial cost savings to enhance efficiency and competitiveness. In particular: • Premier will have pro forma sales of £2.6 billion, with 93% of those sales from the UK; • Premier will have an outstanding portfolio of iconic British brands, the top 10 of which will have retail sales of approximately £1.1 billion in aggregate; • As the largest food producer in the UK, Premier will look to develop its strategic partnerships with the major UK food retailers; and • The Acquisition meets Premier's acquisition criteria with £85 million of annual synergies identified from integrating the two businesses (2) delivering significant value creation to the shareholders of both Premier and RHM. The Offer Under the terms of the Offer, RHM Shareholders will receive: For each RHM Share: one New Premier Share, and 83.2 pence in cash, • valuing each RHM Share at 352.45 pence, representing a premium of 29.7 per cent. to the Closing Price per RHM Share on 1 December 2006 of 271.75 pence, based on the Closing Price per Premier Share of 269.25 pence on 1 December 2006 (being the last business day prior to the date of this announcement),
14/11/2006
15:29
randomwalker: Hi Yotter Nice to see you in this stock now we have finished with the wretched CWD. Steady boring stock this one, easily worth current share price.....but never going to excite the double yer money overnight lot. I looked at my best performing shares this year....BT,LAND,SPW,AAL....all boring. perhaps boring is the new black?
24/4/2006
07:14
pobpob: well seems all is well.. would be nice to see a rise in the share price now :-)
19/7/2005
10:01
gateside: RHM shares surge after IPO draws in institutions LONDON (AFX) - Shares in British food producer RHM PLC rose sharply Tuesday as investors toasted the return of the maker of Hovis bread and Mr Kipling cakes to the London stock market after a 13-year absence. By 9.25 am the shares were trading at 293.5 pence -- 18.5 pence, or 6.7 pct, above the 275 pence float price -- valuing the issued share capital at around 1.02 bln stg. 'The (dividend) yield is pretty attractive. I think you can see a yield of around five pct, that means the (share) price can probably rise to around three pounds,' said Pereire Tod analyst Julian Lakin. The IPO is the London stock market's third biggest float this year, behind that of on-line gambling site PartyGaming PLC and satellite communications group Inmarsat PLC. With shares riding at three-year highs, institutions have found a renewed appetite for new issues in recent months following a lengthy period of lacklustre demand. RHM, formerly known as Rank Hovis McDougall, said 222.3 mln shares had been placed with a broad base of institutional shareholders following a roadshow across Britain, continental Europe and the United States. The offer, representing around 63.8 pct of the issued capital and implying an offer size of 611.3 mln stg, was subscribed by over six times. 'We are delighted that RHM's IPO has attracted such strong support among leading UK and international institutional investors,' chief executive Ian McMahon said in a statement. The price was towards the top end of the 228-285 pence range indicated by RHM, whose other brands include Bisto gravy, Paxo stuffing and Sharwood's Asian sauces, on July 5. But that still valued the company well below the 1.3 bln stg owner Doughty Hanson, the private equity group, had in June said it expected the company to fetch. Institutions are understood to have been wary of paying such a high price for a company with relatively meagre growth prospects. Analysts say while there is scope for RHM to drive earnings growth through cost reductions, it remains under intense pressure from its main supermarket customers to curb price rises. Rival British food manufacturer Premier Foods PLC was last year forced to cut the price of its own IPO after it met with lukewarm demand from investors. Credit Suisse First Boston, sole bookrunner and global co-ordinator of the offer, has an option, exercisable for a period of up to 30 days, to place a further 22.2 mln shares. Doughty Hanson will continue to hold the balance of the shares in conjunction with the company's management. Having bought RHM from British conglomerate Tomkins PLC in 2000 for 1.1 bln stg including debt, it pulled a previous plan to float it in 2002 amid fears of poor investor demand. Tomkins itself bought RHM in 1992 after winning a hotly contested takeover battle with rival conglomerate Hanson PLC. RHM will use proceeds from the offer to contribute 125 mln stg to the company pension scheme, repay its securitised debt facility and purchase 472 mln stg loan notes issued to Doughty Hanson. RHM made underlying operating profit of 155 mln stg in the year to May 1, on sales up 0.7 pct to 1.527 bln.
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