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|WYG Plc Daily Update: WYG is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WYG. The last closing price for WYG Plc was 94.50p.|
WYG has a 4 week average price of 93p and a 12 week average price of 93p.
The 1 year high share price is 145p while the 1 year low share price is currently 93p.
There are currently 68,865,286 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 187,893 shares. The market capitalisation of WYG is £64,044,715.98.
|18bt: New Edison report out today with summary:
In a year of further progress, a UK profit turnaround is likely to catch the eye although, in our view, international development is equally important.
WYG has created strong positions in its overseas markets and is taking steps to
enhance its presence across its regional structure. This strategy improves earnings quality and offers structural growth opportunities. The company's rating is now more in line with larger UK quoted peers but a faster, high-quality earnings growth profile would warrant a premium
And this on valuation:
WYG's share price is almost 50% higher than a year ago, representing relative
outperformance of c40%. The P/E for the year just closed is 21.2x and16.4x for FY15. EV/EBITDA on the same basis is 11.1x and 9.6x respectively. For FY16, management's own aspirations are above our projections and would bring the rating down sharply on this basis. If we deducted share-based payment charges
in line with larger quoted peers, WYG would be valued at a comparable level to these companies.|
|harryfield: My new shares cost me 50p, the current share price at £0.0125 to £0.0200 would equate to £0.625 to £1.00 in the new form, post the 1 for 50 consolidation.|
Here's some analysis done back in January from before the Interims came out. At that time the share price was about 2x the current price. http://boards.fool.co.uk/Message.asp?mid=11798479&sort=whole#11800629
Since then, the interims were published in February. It isn't a pretty picture. In just 1/2 year the company lost £5m and this was a true cash loss, not just paper. The interims show that the forecasts linked to above were hopelessly optimistic.
I think it is unlikely that WYG will be cashflow or earnings positive in the second half of 2010. Note the interim outlook statement and statements about future exceptional costs. There is a risk that if it continues to lose money it will go under.
I'm a very small shareholder and thankfully did not increase my investment back in January. For now I am not buying more until I see some success reported.
|erogenous jones: And the current share price is?|
WYG Plc share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange