Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Victoria LSE:VCP London Ordinary Share GB00BZC0LC10 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +9.00p +3.08% 301.50p 298.00p 305.00p 301.50p 292.50p 292.50p 148,899 15:59:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 255.2 9.3 23.2 13.0 274.27

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Victoria Plc Daily Update: Victoria is listed in the Household Goods & Home Construction sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VCP. The last closing price for Victoria Plc was 292.50p.
Victoria has a 4 week average price of 320.60p and a 12 week average price of 310.03p.
The 1 year high share price is 350p while the 1 year low share price is currently 205.50p.
There are currently 90,969,396 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 63,384 shares. The market capitalisation of Victoria is £274,272,728.94.
davebowler: FinnCap; We think the 16% fall in the share price over the past fortnight presents investors with a compelling entry point into a fundamentally undervalued yet market dominant operator with a proven track record of consolidation and strong organic growth opportunities.
rotrader: The directors consider that having a larger number of ordinary shares in issue, each with a lower market value than at present, has a number of potential benefits for shareholders; these include moving the share price into what the directors believe to be a range that may improve the liquidity of the market in the company's shares and potentially reduce the bid offer spread. The directors also believe that a share split could help to attract and retain a more diverse shareholder base.
rotrader: Details of the resolutions to be proposed at the AGM are set out in the notice of AGM and include a resolution seeking authority for a five-for-one Share Split, which will increase the number of ordinary shares owned by each shareholder by a factor of five, with an expected resultant reduction in share price. Shareholders should note that subject to market movements, the aggregate value of their shareholdings should remain the same following the proposed Share Split.
alemein: Sounds like it could be beneficial to us. "A stock split is usually done by companies that have seen their share price increase to levels that are either too high or are beyond the price levels of similar companies in their sector. The primary motive is to make shares seem more affordable to small investors even though the underlying value of the company has not changed. A stock split can also result in a stock price increase following the decrease immediately after the split. Since many small investors think the stock is now more affordable and buy the stock, they end up boosting demand and drive up prices. Another reason for the price increase is that a stock split provides a signal to the market that the company's share price has been increasing and people assume this growth will continue in the future, and again, lift demand and prices. The bottom line is a stock split is used primarily by companies that have seen their share prices increase substantially and although the number of outstanding shares increases and price per share decreases, the market capitalization (and the value of the company) does not change. As a result, stock splits help make shares more affordable to small investors and provides greater marketability and liquidity in the market."
wendydc: "Victoria Plc* Got It Covered", says analyst at Whitman Howard... WHITMAN HOWARD RECOMMENDATION: Rating: BUY Price Target: 1884p Upside/Downside: 70.1% Share Price: 1108p Market Cap: £201m "Today’s final results reveal a company meeting or exceeding all of its KPIs. This is a significant achievement given the pace of acquisition-led growth and is a testament to the strength- in-depth of the management team. Victoria has commenced an important year for its development in good shape, particularly from a balance sheet perspective. We share the company’s view that the Referendum result poses few problems. Having lost ground since the vote, the share price should now regain its momentum."
wendydc: It won't take another acquisition to put on another couple of quid. Saw this on another VCP board and it makes solid sense to me: "VCP confirmed in March its pre-tax earnings were significantly ahead of market expectations, which were £15.3 m at the time. Analysts then upgraded to £16.8m ("significantly" is code for at least 10% in the City). That means VCP earned at least £10.9 m in the second half (because H1 earnings were £5.9m), with the big jump due to the acquisitions of Quest and Interfloor. VCP earnings are not seasonal so a simple doubling of the H2 earnings is a conservative estimate of FY17 earnings. So if VCP announces on Tuesday underlying earnings of £16.8m or more, it is 'confirmation' of the FY17 analysts' consensus forecasts of 109.1p EPS. That means at the current share price VCP is trading on a PE of just 10x! All investors need is reassurance from Tuesday's results announcement and the price will leap up. +20-30% is not impossible (that would still have the shares on a PE of only 12-13x) Buy now or miss out!"
1boston: Positive note from Growth Company Investor "Victoria BUY 01/07/16 Like most housing-related stocks, Victoria (AIM: VCP) has been hit by post-Brexit fears of recession. No one knows how the economy will pan out; but Chairman Geoff Wilding believes Victoria is in better shape than that implied by the market’s reaction. With a 15 per cent market share in UK floorings, Victoria should be able to make gains at the expense of the 55 per cent which is imported. The devaluation of sterling against the euro makes imports less competitive and hands a cost advantage to domestic producers like Victoria. It’s true that price of imported fibres will rise; but they represent only 16 per cent of UK manufacturing costs. Wilding also says that he has fully hedged this year’s raw material purchases in any case. At a group level there will also be some foreign exchange gains from translating the 20 per cent of profits that are generated in Australia. Acquisitions form a big part of the Victoria story as management seeks to consolidate the industry. This strategy is unchanged and the company is still looking in Europe as well as the UK and Australia. The talks with Lano of Belgium were terminated in April and it’s fair to say Victoria’s firepower has been diminished by currency and share price falls. However this aspect of the investment case is more about management finding the right deal rather than fine tuning the price. Results for the year to March will be released at the end of this month and we should learn more about the outlook at that stage. Carpet distributor Headlam (LSE: HEAD) recently said this year had started well; but that was before the referendum. On current forecasts the shares are on a p/e of 10 times this year’s earnings which looks terrific value, in the absence of a recession of course."
rotrader: Cantor Fitzgerald Indicates Potential 60.4% Increase In Shares Of Victoria PLC June 29, 2016 8:21 am Writer: Camille Ainsworth Posted In: European Broker Ratings On Wednesday Cantor Fitzgerald reiterated its broker consensus on shares of Victoria PLC (LON:VCP) giving the company a ‘Buy’ rating. Cantor Fitzgerald gave shares of Victoria PLC a price target of 1750 indicating a potential increase of 60.4% from Victoria PLC’s current price of 1091. LON:VCP In the prior 12 months Victoria PLC’s stock price has increased by 10.76% from 985 to 1091. Victoria PLC has 14,859,000 shares in issue which have a share price of 1091 giving Victoria PLC a market capitalisation of 162.11M GBp . The 52 week high of Victoria PLC’s shares is 1600 whilst the 52 week low for the company’s shares is 999. The 50 day moving average of LON:VCP is 1384.73 and the 200 day moving average is 1307.14.
1boston: I agree WendyDC. The slightest, entirely normal, downwards movement in the share price and the doom-mongers come out with their superficial (ie analysis lite) predictions. Yet at current multiples (as you say around only 12x) there is only one reason the shares will tank: if earnings collapse. And there is no sign of this. In fact there have been 11 earnings upgrades over the last three years (ie management have a track record of under-promising and over delivering), and Victoria has bought the best businesses in the sector (so why, after years of success, should they suddenly start failing now?). With a thinly traded stock there will always be ups and downs but the trend is clear: Victoria's share price is heading north and will continue to do so!
wendydc: I love these posts predicting a collapse in the share price. A 50% (or more) collapse was going to happen at £3, £7, £11, ..., just about every price point for the last 3 years. Yet Victoria's earnings keep increasing and the share price always (ALWAYS!) recovers to a new high. And it will happen again this time as the shares are now trading on only 12x FY16/17 earnings, and with net debt paid way down, another earnings-enhancing acquisition can't be far away! So I'm with the analysts: a £19 share price by Christmas
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