Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Airea LSE:AIEA London Ordinary Share GB0008123027 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 30.50p 0 06:30:09
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
29.00p 32.00p 30.50p 30.50p 30.50p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 24.6 1.4 3.0 10.1 13.19

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27/9/201710:18ALNCAirea Increases Interim Profit Despite "Challenging" Market
27/9/201706:32ALNCFAlliance News Flash Headline
27/9/201706:00UKREGAirea PLC Interim report
30/6/201714:23UKREGAirea PLC Director/PDMR Shareholding
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Airea Daily Update: Airea is listed in the Household Goods & Home Construction sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AIEA. The last closing price for Airea was 30.50p.
Airea has a 4 week average price of 30.50p and a 12 week average price of 29.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 39.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 29p.
There are currently 43,254,353 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 10,496 shares. The market capitalisation of Airea is £13,192,577.67.
multibagger: Re AGM on 02 Nov 2016 Special Business Resolution 7 regarding share buyback - so that will further strengthen the EPS and share price in due course. ..."the maximum aggregate number of shares hereby authorised to be purchased is 4,135,435(representing approximately 10% of the company issued share capital)". ..there are other clauses as well relating to the terms and conditions of the buyback and period of validity if resolution is passed is 15 months. Any one going to the AGM at Wakefield, West Yorks ?
ramridge: I don't understand why the share price has shot up near 20%. If you look carefully at the published accounts, the adjusted eps of 2.96p includes the one-off pension credit of £1.3m. If you exclude this (it is a one-off), then the company actually made a loss! and adjusted underlying eps is negative. When will the penny drop I wonder?
illiswilgig: Interesting predictions! I hope that they come true. Lots to like about this company. No debt. No massive share options (the CEO owns 5% of the shares). Good cashflow. Only problems are the massive pension deficit and tiny market capital. Unfortunately (or perhaps fortunately) AIEA is too small to be on the radar of the city (though lowland investment trust is the biggest holder at 9.5%)and there are no forecasts on Digital Look - so your guess is as good as mine? Historic P/E is 15.5 with eps of 1.29p and price of 20p which is above average for a tinpot illiquid small company so is in expectation of some further growth in profits. Sales growth last year was around 12%. Will that continue this year? Hard to tell. Director speak seems cautiously positive - not much different from last year, but 2 years ago they had a sales blip. So I am also cautious. Taking a 6% sales growth and using an operating profit margin of 5% I get a current year eps of 1.8p and FY17 eps of 2.5p which at the current P/E would give a share price of 40p in FY17. This assumes no futher impact from the pension scheme - the deficit of which is similar to the MCAP of the company. Everything depends upon the interim statement - but with no bad news, the construction industry continuing to grow and wages rising I will be minded to top up on any weakness in advance of the half year results. cheers and good luck,
mesquida: Myself I am looking for rather more than a 30 or 40 percent premium to current share price. Perhaps I am being too optimistic but my 2 year target is 50 p !
gingerplant: Thanks Glen. I have a huge amount of sympathy with what you say but the bottom line is that not all value shares have such ownership profiles. The mark of trust and the reason for holding is usually a reasonable income. So, for example, I was happy (and fortunate!) to buy PHO at 40p early last year despite the Peel brothers holding over 60% as I saw this as a future income stream as they’d paid a good income pre-recession etc. I still do – and still hold. The latest dodgy deal came at value share SRG. I was fortunate enough to have bought just before the recent results at 40p. The results were excellent, all looked rosy and the shares promptly went to 60p at which I sold half my holding. Then 21 days later they announce their intention to de-list (for the usual reasons). Now this may be a wise decision and shareholders hanging on may well eventually receive payments in excess of the share price etc., but why was this not mentioned with the results three weeks beforehand? It was surely in the offing and this would have been the logical and seemingly more honest and open time to have stated their intentions? Even if it wasn’t a done deal, it could have been flagged up as a possibility. So this is the kind of concern I’m talking about. I’m sure Douglas Lowe is a perfect gentleman – but these things are unknowable, even if you do look him in the eye. Also – with SRG, the register looked OK, as it does with the other share you and I have in common, TON which I last wrote about for TMF back in 2012 at 36p: Have you looked at SMJ by the way? It’s value by most measures but the Smarts are on the register with 75% - though at least there’s a c.3% yield. I don’t hold any shares there. I can’t reply on the CNN thread as I don’t subscribe to advfn as I don’t spend much time on there. I’ll be happy to share my email with you – or you can PM me, as I understand it, on here? David
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