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|Vertu Motors Daily Update: Vertu Motors is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VTU. The last closing price for Vertu Motors was 49p.|
Vertu Motors 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 397,269,839 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Vertu Motors is £191,682,697.32.
|mortimer7: Good last few trading sessions for VTU. Since closing at 41.75p on 21st Dec, share price is now 44.88p. The highest level since early October.|
|mortimer7: Closing share price yesterday 40.50p.
Closing share price 9th Nov 2012 40.12p.|
|polecat70: The second half results to be announced at the city next month and a record profit should hopefully boost the very under valued share price|
|mortimer7: Liberum Capital reiterated their buy rating this morning with a 100p target.
Accepted, they're "in house", but still good to see.
Also, pleased with todays update & specifically the words in caps below which I think is definitely being overlooked in terms of the current share price:-
"The Board expects that the Group's full year results will be in line with market expectations WITH RECORD REVENUES AND PROFITS"|
|farmsted: Good to see that with 2mil share being sold this morning the share price is still Blue|
|seball: Yes expecting a rally in share price from these oversold levels next week.|
|my retirement fund: EI remember this post ? .......
envirovision - 05 Mar 2015 - 08:17:42 - 717 of 1063
Smicker, just seen your post. No I was suggesting a large holder had simply hedged their position against the then share price, so if the share were or needed to fall someway, they would have locked in their value to their investment.
People often do this in advance of fund raising. Just happened on CPX I think. CPX have just announced a massive placing and so I believe someone took out a derivative much higher up to pay for their new shares in the placing, effectively locking in profits (in in CPX case, stopping them from being watered down).
Is there any chance of a placing here for further fundraising in the near future?
I know they like acquisitions in past.
EI thanks for your reply|
|mortimer7: SMMT released their new car registration figures for the month of May this morning:
New car market increased 2.5% in May. 203,585 vehicles registered.
May’s highest total since 2002.
YTD 1,164,870 cars have now been registered in 2016, 4.1% ahead of last year.
So the motor retail sector seems to be largely unaffected by the "emissions scandal" and brexit. Just hope the VTU share price starts to reflect this soon.|
|mortimer7: VTU share price creeping up since lunchtime: up 4.62p / 8.3% for the day to 60.38p.
Yesterdays fantastic trading update.
Peter Jones appt as Non-Exec Chairman.
2 director buys yesterday, circa 82k shares.|
|mortimer7: Motor retailers have been in a buoyant sector this year, and having tracked share prices, it's evident the proportionate rise in VTU share price is below that of Pendragon, Lookers & Cambria. However based on their performance & acquisitions there's no real reason for this to be the case.
(Look at Cambria(CAMB)today up 10% on their results, trading at 50p from 19p this time last year).
My feeling is there is plenty more to come from VTU and as such I'm quite content to hold & top up when I can.|
Vertu Motors share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange