Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Science Group Plc LSE:SAG London Ordinary Share GB00B39GTJ17 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 175.00p 173.00p 177.00p 175.00p 175.00p 175.00p 6,966.00 07:55:32
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 31.2 2.4 7.2 24.3 68.83

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/2/2017
14:33
Does look a bit suspect doesn't it.
anumidium
15/2/2017
09:53
Rather perky this morning. Any reason for this yet to be obvious to me...
elgordo
19/1/2017
10:15
Still no takers. Oh dear.
grahamite2
17/12/2016
09:23
We may be getting a bit of boost from the OPEC news as well.
anumidium
15/12/2016
15:56
the company and Ruffer have been sucking all loose holders out. As per the last trading statement, currency is helping, and MR will do with Leatherhead exactly what he did with Sagentia. Lots of upside.
oregano
15/12/2016
15:28
Tantalisingly close to regaining highest price since the move from main market to AIM back in 2008. Could this be the first time in living history that share buybacks are actually benefiting shareholders?
elgordo
12/8/2016
18:42
Thats a novel concept!
anumidium
08/8/2016
14:42
I hope it reflects the company's prospects!
oregano
04/8/2016
20:36
Hopefully the decision to buy at these levels reflects MRs valuation of the company.
anumidium
03/8/2016
08:28
a very odd share buy back. buying tiny clips at the offer price is walking the shares up. Not unhappy, just not usual behaviour from MR.
oregano
20/7/2016
18:27
One million shares repurchased is a good sign. Good use of spare cash at these levels
truffle
14/7/2016
22:00
They have often remarked on the positive effect of weak sterling on past results / commentary
anumidium
07/7/2016
17:50
It seems from last year's annual statement that over 50% of group revenue comes in the form of US dollars and euros which might explain the recent rapid recovery in the share price
truffle
06/7/2016
00:09
Back in here. A bit of a Brexit bounce in progress, it seems.
anumidium
07/3/2016
13:12
"Science: Mixed results mask value" - hTTp://bit.ly/1QZLort
elgordo
03/3/2016
08:50
Rather underwhelming results.
b3842517
01/3/2016
23:32
Results sneaking out on the 3rd.
battlebus2
29/11/2015
17:39
Duplicate post
elgordo
29/11/2015
17:36
Article in Business section of Today's Sunday Times abut Leatherhead Food Research about "hollow sugar crystals". No specific indication of how this is adding to their revenues, but good to see the publicity and reiteration of their leading role in food research space. How sweet: sugar with a non-fattening centre hTTp://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/news/uk_news/Health/article1638968.ece
elgordo
12/11/2015
09:57
Not sure what to make of this mornings news, it looks like a longer hold before we see any returns from synergies from Leatherhead while the rest of the business ticks along. Not sure what the 7 million spent on property will mean to the increasing dividend.
battlebus2
19/10/2015
13:17
hxxp://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Sagentia-works-innovative-molecular-imaging-help/story-28011560-detail/story.html
hastings
20/9/2015
17:27
http://www.potatopro.com/news/2015/leatherhead-food-international-limited-acquired-science-group
maxwellsdemon
18/9/2015
17:19
Jombaston - Fair analysis imo Just needs market to catch up with events now SJ
sailing john
18/9/2015
17:04
The latest buy looks good although some uncertainty as all the numbers quoted are from 2013 (Leatherhead didn't manage to file their 2014 accounts!) Clearly the pension fund at Leatherhead was a serious burden and the firm had quite high costs given its revenue. SAG will be putting up another £1m investment along with the £1.6m purchase price but even including this the payback should be pretty quick. Replicating SAG's margins would imply £1.5m pre-tax; while this is not going to happen overnight £750k should be achievable near-term (they made £670k in 2012). Taking this into account and using SAG EV/EBIT multiples before the deal I reckon this should be worth a share price of 170-185p for SAG. This, of course, assumes the shares were fairly priced beforehand. Arguably they were cheap, so I believe a target of £2 is fair absent any further news. Please feel free to disagree or embellish! DYOR etc
jombaston
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