||EPS - Basic
||Market Cap (m)
|Electronic & Electrical Equipment
|Ross Daily Update: Ross Grp. is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RGP. The last closing price for Ross was 0.70p.|
Ross Grp. has a 4 week average price of 0.70p and a 12 week average price of 0.70p.
The 1 year high share price is 0.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.70p.
There are currently 164,479,428 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 380 shares. The market capitalisation of Ross Grp. is £1,151,356.
|john148: Funny,I asked the same question about 18 months ago and was advised that the site is updated by the company as and when it has time. Well,I reckon it's had plenty of time.Strange that a company listed on the main market can get away with this sort of thing for so long.It's certainly not very helpful to shareholders or those wishing to invest.Probably one of the reasons the share price has remained so low.|
|walker10: Maybe we should have a closer look at Mr Adrian Ma (chairman and MD of RGP) other interests.
We all know he is Chairman and CEO of Grande.
He was appointed Chairman and CEO of Emerson Radio Corp on 04.04.06 they have revenues of $233.8M for fiscal 2006, and well well Grande own 46% of them.
And they state in their report for year ending 31.04.06 "Through our relationship with Grande,we hope to benifit from cross lisensing and marketing opportunities,particularly in Europe and Asia".
His other interest Director of Lafe Technology Ltd an Investment Holding Company that has a manufacturing plant Panyu City China,making hard disc drives etc etc,and well well Grande have just brought a 6.29% holding on 15.June.06.
Just maybe the holding that Keniworth Capitol took have something to do with Emerson Radio,although the share price does not reflect it yet, something is going on in the background and that is for sure.|
|davevanian: this sounds like some Special Purpose Vehicle made up by Grande as some kinda tax dodge or scam, their share price has halved in HK !!|
|sandbank: Could be you are right FIDO . It's the best explanation for the continuing relative strength in the share price|
|ianrossbus: The other thing to notice is that even with only a few hundred thousand shares being traded (relatively small monetary value), the price dramatically changes as to sell or buy ie up or down. Probably due to very few shares available. Imagine what will happen when the news gets out. Shortage of shares on good news probably see a huge rise in a short period of time. I also believe that many of the current holders have a long way to go until break even and so are unlikely to sell out quickly - so a better chance of the share price holding - All IMHO of course. Time to look in the bottom of the drawer and dig out those Ross Group certificates - I hope. Best of luck to all. Ian ( and no - I am not involved in the company)|
|ianrossbus: Andonis, great looking graph, but I am not an expert, any chance of explaining how you made the risk grade line and exactly what it means. I presume its the percentage of rise in the share price and over 12 months a steady pattern is seen with the lower share price steadily getting higher, hence your guess at 5p for the next base line. Is that right or am I totally off key. Ian|
|andonis: RISK GRADE EVELUATION OF SHARE PRICE OVER THE YEAR (Takes a few seconds to appear on your screen)....|
|springbok: If this darn share price is going to go anywhere, then the DIRECTORS must do their bit!!|
Ross share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange