Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Superglass LSE:SPGH London Ordinary Share GB00B7VSCQ18 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% 5.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 20.8 -9.4 -6.5 - 8.57

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29/4/2016
07:09
jackbal: results ok but must say Im not that thrilled. Seems to me joint brokers appointed in case they need to raise money based on current net cash position. Whilst I believe it is a sensible move on a "just in case" basis I think any rise in share price will be sold into by investors/traders not willing to play the long term out. Could be better, could be worse seems fitting. Good luck all. Perhaps I am being slightly cynical but penny shares make me like it!
24/12/2015
10:40
tromso1: Miton Group adding again. Up to 19.5% now. http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/superglass-SPGH/share-news/Superglass-Holdings-PLC-Holdings-in-Company/69812380
17/12/2015
15:09
tromso1: Looks to be a good potential recovery prospect. From the finals: "As a result, the Group is in a stronger position to make real progress in the months ahead than has been the case for many years." The share price has been hammered in the past few years, but further signs of recovery and it could start trending up again. Director buying and Miton adding show that some have faith in the turnaround.
17/12/2015
14:53
tromso1: Miton Group has been adding. http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/superglass-SPGH/share-news/Superglass-Holdings-PLC-Holdings-in-Company/69739975 A nice flat base and serious chart upside if it can break above this.
07/8/2015
11:35
cyberbub: Why Daz? Raising say £1M at 4p would be an extra 25M shares. OK it's not great, but not disastrous if it mean the company survives through to significant cash generation? Of course it is entirely possible that money could be raised at a premium as well, if people were convinced of the medium/long term prospects. Just look at NLG 3 months ago, who raised a convertible bond at *ten times* their extant share price....NAI
07/8/2015
11:18
daz: Do you have any reservations about the cash position whites? The interims showed cash of just over 4m but with borrowings of 3m, that leaves net cash of just 1m. From the trading statement today, the company will have been loss making, the RNS conveniently neglects to state how much of a loss but even assuming it is much less than the 2.8m loss in the first half and is say in the region of 0.5 - 1m that leaves little cash left. In addition to this, there has also been a major but unquantified amount of capital investment in June and July and they also say a number of capital projects have been deferred into the next financial year. While the board say the company continues to trade with adequate cash headroom, from the above I can't see how there is a sufficient cash cushion to fund further capital investment and the possibility of further losses in H1 of next year. While the company may be able to take on further borrowings, it does look far from a safe position. Clearly, if the company can continue to trade through to a cash generation position, then there is massive upside from the current share price but the company does look like it would be in a better position with a further cash raising and if that were to be done it would almost certainly be very dilutive.
14/7/2015
07:39
meijiman: The share price will take care of itself once information is in the public domain. When is the next update due?
01/7/2015
06:50
whites123: Probably (IMO) just a little cynical :-) I wondered also regards a possible sell down of their whole holding, but consider that Hamilton has stated he would buy more if he could then I think there would be a transaction between the 2 parties rather than a market sell off. The stock has been walked down and the price quoted for sells can be improved upon electronically. Hamilton has acquired 6.35 million shares in the AIM-listed company which, based on Monday's closing price of 3.62p per share, amounts to an investment of around £229,870. Hamilton managing director Andrew Lapping, who founded firm with Mr Boyle in 1999, believes it is the ideal time to invest in Superglass, noting that the share price "does not reflect the enormous amount of effort" which has made to transform its "ancient plant" into a world-class facility. He said: "I just see value in it, basically, [it has] a very strong operational team with a very loyal workforce. For me, I think my timing on this is pretty good. The share price was 50p-plus a few months ago, and it's now down at 3p or 4p. And if anything the company is in a better position than it was 12 months ago, it's got to be. "With the economy picking up, [and the] housing [and] commercial property sectors picking up, it just looks fundamentally cheap to me. I'd probably buy more shares if I could get my hands on them."
23/6/2015
09:13
whites123: Have spoken to BOD members a few times during the past couple of months and am "heartened" (Cautiously optimistic) They have a good cash buffer still and the plans put into place to refocus and save are proceeding as expected. I had (And still have) a holding which cost me circa £50k which currently is worth some meagre £4,000.. Quite a loss.. but a quick look around and there are others who are seeing potential value. The industry sector is picking up and I am even hopeful they will be able to do a STY style turnaround of share price in rather quick time. Boyle investment firm takes Superglass stake THE Hamilton Portfolio, the private equity and investment firm co-founded by Scottish entrepreneur John Boyle, has taken a 4.15 per cent stake in Superglass Holdings, the insulation manufacturer. The move is a vote of confidence in Stirling-based Superglass, which parted company with chief executive Alex McLeod in March and has run up heavy losses in recent years. Hamilton has acquired 6.35 million shares in the AIM-listed company which, based on Monday's closing price of 3.62p per share, amounts to an investment of around £229,870. Hamilton managing director Andrew Lapping, who founded firm with Mr Boyle in 1999, believes it is the ideal time to invest in Superglass, noting that the share price "does not reflect the enormous amount of effort" which has made to transform its "ancient plant" into a world-class facility. He said: "I just see value in it, basically, [it has] a very strong operational team with a very loyal workforce. For me, I think my timing on this is pretty good. The share price was 50p-plus a few months ago, and it's now down at 3p or 4p. And if anything the company is in a better position than it was 12 months ago, it's got to be. "With the economy picking up, [and the] housing [and] commercial property sectors picking up, it just looks fundamentally cheap to me. I'd probably buy more shares if I could get my hands on them." Mr Lapping added: "I would describe it as a calculated punt because I see the company doing well as the market continues to improve." Shares in Superglass closed up 0.12p at 3.75p.
28/4/2013
20:30
qut: Yes, kinbasket, that was a slightly surprising announcement on 6th March. Sounded like the management wanted to depress the share price for some reason. You don't normally announce a fundraising in advance thus decimating the share price and making it more difficult to raise money, lol!
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