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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Airea Plc LSE:AIEA London Ordinary Share GB0008123027 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.50 1.72% 29.50 28.00 31.00 29.50 29.00 29.00 10,845 09:49:35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 14.6 0.5 0.0 - 13

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/8/2019
10:20
bda - the eps figure last year before the Ryalux adjustment is stated perfectly clearly in the accounts - 3.18p.
westcountryboy
02/8/2019
10:01
Presumably the 72 p the employee trust paid for the CEO shares will have to be written down at the year end Or the loan to the ebt to pay for it Would that £576 k loss be an exceptional cost I see that the £2 mill increase in debtors is the loan ! It sort of feels like the company has bought its own shares - which hasn’t really work out well
bda3490
02/8/2019
09:53
Scandalous Quoting eps against a low with discontinued activities What they should say is that the £350 k of losses last year really show that we’ve made no progress The pension trustees had let cash go out as well The nominated advisor should realise this smoke and mirrors ain’t right
bda3490
02/8/2019
09:49
Scandal Earnings per share 2.26 vs 2.31 Net profit 935 vs 955 But last year had 359 of looses from the discontinued Rylux The comparison should be on like for like on going earnings - basically the measure they talked about last year when they were ramping up expectations. How the pension regulator let’s this happen I don’t know cash gone! The nominated advisor must be just happy to get his fee.
bda3490
02/8/2019
09:45
I expect small bounces in share price to be met with some more offloading....this is an ill liquid share to make matters worse. Though there will be some initial buying in an attempt to create a floor/prop up the share price, possibly by large holders (who appear to have inherited large tranches of the equity, this is unlikely to be sustained. The cut in dividend will also make it more difficult for asset rich, cash poor large holders to buy a huge lot more. Once today's figures sink in and buying fatigue sets in this is on course to get back to the early 30s/late 20s sadly....which could interestingly attract some predatory takeover interest. I held a decent chunk of AIEA a few years ago and even attended an AGM - but sold out when I could not raise a meaningful stake (on my terms), as buying kept pushing up the share price beyond its financial fundamentals. This story has further to unfold/unravel....good luck all.
multibagger
02/8/2019
09:39
And stock has grown but debtors are up by near 2 million -61% when Turnover is down 3%???? Given the recent talk on commercial property values I hope that investment property is a good one And not even a whisper about July trading which can’t be good. Personally I can’t see what Brexit has to do with it! Six months ago Airea were talking about great export growth and the £ has dropped 15% so their exports should be mushroomed! At least borrowing means they can pay an interim - but I’m sure it’s not the way it should done
bda3490
02/8/2019
09:28
Just read the release £2million loan to the employees trust to buy ceo shares at 72 p but the share price is now 40p so that’s a write off And £1.7 million of new debt to finance it Scandalous
bda3490
02/8/2019
08:58
Yep, unwise of me not to sell my entire holding after the TS or when the CEO sold his entire holding at 72p.
shanklin
02/8/2019
08:42
True Shanklin..."strategic" being one of the most misused words in business to give an aura of credibility....and gives a veneer of respectability. The CEO fulling selling out did raise my concerns...surely no one is that altruistic ? Common sense/reality trumps strategy in real life...
multibagger
02/8/2019
08:41
new site storage to store all that bloody inventory they build up ahead of brexit maybe?! finance and operating systems? OMG if travis perkins write off £100m because they can't get it right, what hope is there for these clowns :-)
cisk
02/8/2019
08:37
Sold my holding first thing this morning. I realise they don't normally comment on trading since the half-year in the H1 results but I think that not doing so today was a big mistake. They talk about all their additional investment as per "These challenges have not held back our strategic development with further strengthening of the sales and design teams. In addition the Group has taken the opportunity to invest in the infrastructure of the business with new on site storage facilities and a new finance and operating system to be put in place by the fourth quarter increasing our operational capabilities. but give no indication that they are managing their declining cash in a sensible manner.
shanklin
02/8/2019
08:35
I expect every small bounce from these levels to be met with more selling...low 30s/late 20s on the cards in the next few weeks...if not earlier. A lot of unhappy large holders with AIEA share inheritances in the Wakefield area I would imagine....
multibagger
02/8/2019
08:30
yes I agree ,, that was not the best of practises,,, the pension scheme is well down now......
gripfit
02/8/2019
08:20
I'm out. The CEO selling his entire holding - to the company - was a warning sign and I should have bailed then. This lot don't know what they're doing, I think there's more too it and they are so small I'd rather invest something bigger. Maybe they'll come good, but the MMs wills haft you whatever with this company, simply not worth the risk. All too convenient for companies to blame brexit or the weather... sometime you've got to take note that maybe they are inept! Good luck to any remaining holders.
cisk
02/8/2019
08:08
I rest my case Dividend cut because someone had all the cash !
bda3490
02/8/2019
08:04
I'll get my coat.....
freezer1976
02/8/2019
07:58
Or me lol :-)
freezer1976
02/8/2019
07:42
I am sure some of the accountants on here may have a more nuanced view than I...however, the market will decide and it does not matter a jot what I think.
multibagger
02/8/2019
07:37
I read it as they had more overall assets and less liabilities. Less cash due to inventory increase etc and 'strong' order book
freezer1976
02/8/2019
07:19
freezer1976....take a look at the cashflow statement which shows what is happening. I'm not an accountant but this is worrying - cash generated from operations down from 1.174m to 457k in a 6 month period. This could be more than just Brexit in my view. Edit: Revenues down Operating costs up Inventories up Trade receivables up Liabilities up Pension deficit up Cash generated from operations down Dividend down Cash down I think share price could drop to early 30s in the near future - holders need to braced for bloodbath sadly :( Hope I am wrong.
multibagger
02/8/2019
07:10
Market won't like this half year report and profit warning - given the poor liquidity, any significant selling will drop the share price rapidly. I'm expecting share price drop to the 40-42p range if lucky, won't be surprised by a bigger drop unless some existing holder mops up.
multibagger
02/8/2019
07:05
So only a 20k drop in net profit compared to 2018? Is that correct?
freezer1976
02/8/2019
07:03
Any thoughts on the RNS ?
freezer1976
01/8/2019
16:12
The trading update from halstead was positive. Finger crossed for tomorrow
arregius
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