Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rok LSE:ROK London Ordinary Share GB00B1WL0527 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 18.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 714.8 17.0 4.8 3.9 33.16

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26/9/2016
09:20
Rok Plc Daily Update: Rok is listed in the Construction & Materials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ROK. The last closing price for Rok Plc was 18.50p.
Rok 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 179,260,357 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Rok is £33,163,166.05.
31/1/2011
17:17
scrambled: Am I looking at the right LSE;ROK. What is this talk of directors buying and prices should move? The company is in administration and I can't see any movement on the share price at all. Mind you, I can't see any news about the latest status of the company anywhere. Does anyone know what the latest is?
08/11/2010
17:00
bookiebuster: The share price movement over the last 18 months when the FTSE was steaming ahead spelled out one word.... Timber Today the tree was felled. If you were standing underneath maybe you didn't hear the shout but it was said loudly
25/10/2010
11:52
stigskog: Knowing... http://www.financialdirector.co.uk/financial-director/news/1742321/rok-cancels-hiring-david-miller-interim-cfo That is quite old news. Since then they hired Sean Cummins who was previously FD of Scott Wilson Plc - http://www.rokgroup.com/news/?newsId=1181 My guess is that most investors expect the accountants report to give a clean bill of health, and because of this, when it does it will only impact on the share price marginally (5-10%)... but one day it must surely return to at least 30p imo.
12/10/2010
12:38
the heed: more shares for the directors.... TIDMROK RNS Number : 2392U Rok PLC 12 October 2010 Stock Exchange Announcement 12 October 2010 Rok plc ("the Company") The Company was advised on 11 October 2010 that the following directors and PDMRs purchased ordinary 2p shares (Shares) under the Company's BAYE Scheme (BAYE) on 11 October 2010 at a share price of 21.5p per share and separately was advised on the same day that they had purchased Shares on 8 October 2010 under the Company's dividend reinvestment plan (DRIP) at a price of 21p, as indicated below: Stephen Pettit - 1,305 DRIP Shares Garvis Snook - 727 BAYE Shares Chris Bailey - 260 DRIP Shares Rob Olorenshaw - 457 DRIP Shares and 726 BAYE Shares Steve Carden - 581 BAYE Shares Martin Donnachie - 726 BAYE shares Claire Hamon - 726 BAYE Shares Julian Turnbull - 726 BAYE Shares Following these dealings, the revised shareholdings and interests of these directors/PDMRs are as follows: Stephen Pettit has an increased holding in the Company of 81,631Shares, representing approximately 0.05% of the issued share capital of the Company. Garvis Snook has an increased holding in the Company of 1,167,614 Shares and also has an indirect holding of 801,581 shares vested under the LTIP scheme but not yet exercised. These holdings represent approximately 1.10% of the issued share capital of the Company. He also holds unvested awards of 1,558,296 shares under the LTIP scheme. Chris Bailey has an increased holding in the Company of 11,420 Shares, representing less than 0.01% of the issued share capital of the Company. Rob Olorenshaw has an increased holding in the Company of 120,710 Shares, representing approximately 0.07% of the issued share capital of the Company. He also holds unvested awards over 735,079 shares under the LTIP scheme. Steve Carden has an increased holding in the Company of 10,836 Shares, representing less than 0.01% of the issued share capital of the Company. He also holds unvested awards over 344,553 shares under the LTIP scheme. Martin Donnachie has an increased holding in the Company of 17,538 Shares, representing less than 0.01% of the issued share capital of the Company. He also holds unvested awards over 405,227 shares under the LTIP scheme Claire Hamon has an increased holding in the Company of 51,640 Shares, representing approximately 0.03% of the issued share capital of the Company. She also holds unvested awards over 396,107 Shares under the LTIP scheme. Julian Turnbull has an increased holding in the Company of 486,814 shares and also has an indirect holding of 1,702 shares vested under the LTIP scheme but not yet exercised. These holdings represent approximately 0.28% of the issued share capital of the Company. He also holds unvested awards over 160,224 shares under the LTIP scheme. Enquiries to: Rok plc www.rokgroup.com Julian Turnbull, Company Secretary tel: 01392 354008 Julian.turnbull@rokgroup.com
07/9/2010
10:51
jeavom: CNT going was pretty much inevitable. I don't like well run companies failing. However, CNT is another story. I agree this should give ROK's share price a gradual boost and could gain some momentum if they get a good number of contract wins. I still think ROK is fairly cheap. My only concern is the management, who have acted like cowboys at times and could be adding more value. While they dealt with the recent problems promptly, they could have detected and sorted the problems sooner. For now I am holding and will wait and see what the next annual report has to say.
17/8/2010
10:57
daz: Panmure is cautious on ROK saying 'Uncertainty is likely to hang over the share price for a while as the market needs to be sure that the PHE issues were specific to that division. The implied dividend yield is attractive, but on its own is not a reason to buy the shares, in our view' Numis say something similar 'Rok's management must prove that they have got to grips with the situation. The onus on recovery is management-driven, and outweighs macro concerns about the UK construction outlook, and it is for management to provide the actions that are essential for this value to emerge' Probably explains the lack of follow through buying. I suppose after a warning like that, brokers wanting to see a mishap free period before recommending to clients is natural but it could provide opportunities for PI's.
16/8/2010
14:31
crosswire: Rok chief dismisses Connaught parallel Monday, 16th August 2010 CONSTRUCTION ALAIN TOLHURST THE chief executive of beleaguered construction firm Rok hit back at the weekend at comparisons between his company and social housing group Connaught, which has seen its share price collapse in recent weeks after a shock profits warning. Rok boss Garvis Snook told a Sunday newspaper that the two firms' respective woes are "two totally different issues", adding that his own company's problems are confined to just one part of the business. His comments come despite forecasts that Rok will now be forced to post a dip into the red over the half year after making provisions to cover irregularities in its accounting. The company was previously expected to make £3m over the first six months of the year. A week ago shares in Rok almost halved in value in a single day after the group admitted that an accounting report had found financial irregularities in its plumbing, heating and electrical arm. Finance director Ashley Martin was subsequently suspended and is now thought unlikely to return to work with the group. Analysts are confident that if the problems are contained within just one facet of the company, shares will bounce back, but they warn that it will take several sets of solid results to restore confidence in Rok – particularly after the escalating problems at Connaught. Rok had expanded into other construction services four years ago, but the companies it bought out did not adopt its own accounting standards and software until October last year. Snook hired BDO Stoy Hayward to conduct a thorough appraisal of the plumbing division after an internal investigation shed light on the fact that it was making losses rather than a healthy margin. http://www.cityam.com/news-and-analysis/rok-chief-dismisses-connaught-parallel
12/8/2010
13:52
haywards26: Brokers appearing to be slightly more positive today; Broker comment highlights; Problem being confined to PHE only. Net debt down to £32 million. Divi may possibly be maintained. Shares in Rok have recovered in early trading despite a 45 per cent fall yesterday following its profits warning and the suspension of finance director Ashley Martin, have recovered in early trading. Rok shares are up 10 per cent today, following yesterday's crash but the firm is still valued at just £32 million. Investors reacted to the shock news that there had been "serious failings in financial controls" at the firm by offloading their shares. Panmure Gordon analyst Andy Brown said: "A warning based on financial controls/accounting tends to hang over a share price for a while. "The group reports H1 results on 17 August, so we should get more clarity on the current situation then. If the dividend can be held then there is big valuation upside but ahead of the results meeting we stay cautious." The problems have been confined to the plumbing, heating and electrical business, which was largely put together by alamgamating a number of smaller firms specifically to target this market. Problem contracts in this part of the business mean that underlying pre tax profits will be significantly below market expectations.
12/8/2010
13:32
knowing: http://www.managementtoday.co.uk/channel/Entrepreneurship/news/1021978/solid-rok/ Rok's dramatic drop in share price was in part a reaction to a nervous market, whose confidence was hit when Connaught, the social housing maintenance specialist, also suffered accounting problems. But Rok maintains that it is confident of meeting its banking covenants and that the business is in good health.
23/4/2008
12:00
hectorp: Still here, just! ROK share price has 'languished' though she is producing, the mine seems complete, there is a 2nd ball mill, a 3rd will be coming, a 2nd adit and underground train are in place, and has found the deeper lodes which seem extensive and could be good for a Phase II mine.. most commentators think two things: the price is manipulated by Sprott etc, who are trying to control it - maybe or maybe not: eventually Sprott would logically want it to rise, and they should be encouraging a move to the TSX - which is the oterh main gripe of posters. I see the share nevertheless as a solid hold, at some point in the next year we will see 30% or better gains and there is little chance of downside now.
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