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28/6/2022
09:20
Altus Strategies Daily Update: Altus Strategies Plc is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ALS. The last closing price for Altus Strategies was 44.50p.
Altus Strategies Plc has a 4 week average price of 42.60p and a 12 week average price of 42.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 81p while the 1 year low share price is currently 42.60p.
There are currently 117,321,678 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 16,972 shares. The market capitalisation of Altus Strategies Plc is £51,621,538.32.
09/6/2022
22:20
gb904150: On the surface I really like the look of ALS. They appear to be reasonably priced based on the royalty assets that are generating cash flow now and the pre-royalty assets that will come on stream over the coming years. I also like that they have some 100% owned projects. Insiders are good - the BOD own about 13% of the equity....although that used to be 20% before all the fund raising last year. My concerns are 3 fold. It seems like ALS want to be an asset gatherer. Keep on raising funds, growing the market cap but with little regard to the share price and whether ALS is a good investment. That's great for the BOD but not great for shareholders. La Mancha - it's down as a +ve in the presentation thanks to their strategic support and 35% holding. But that 'support' comes at a hefty price - an interest rate of 10% p.a. + 3 month LIBOR. Share based payments - in the last quarterly report - 27th May 2022 for the 3 months ended 31st March 2022 they made share based payments of £483k! £483k for a quarter for a stock with a £53m mcap. Seems very generous compared to the return on offer to investors. i.e. no dividends and no capital appreciation. Anybody else feel it's a little bit too swayed towards rewarding the BOD and La Mancha while 'normal' shareholders see very little? I realise we are bottom of the food chain here....but still.
09/6/2022
10:59
waldron: Alstom (EPA:ALO) PT Set at €22.00 by The Goldman Sachs Group Posted by admin on Jun 8th, 2022 Alstom (EPA:ALO – Get Rating) has been given a €22.00 ($23.66) price objective by research analysts at The Goldman Sachs Group in a research report issued to clients and investors on Wednesday, Borsen Zeitung reports. The Goldman Sachs Group’s price objective indicates a potential downside of 16.82% from the stock’s current price. A number of other equities analysts have also recently weighed in on the stock. UBS Group set a €44.00 ($47.31) price objective on shares of Alstom in a research report on Wednesday, May 11th. Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft set a €37.00 ($39.78) target price on shares of Alstom in a research report on Monday, March 21st. JPMorgan Chase & Co. set a €38.00 ($40.86) target price on shares of Alstom in a research report on Monday, May 23rd. Finally, Jefferies Financial Group set a €35.00 ($37.63) target price on shares of Alstom in a research report on Thursday, May 26th. EPA:ALO opened at €26.45 ($28.44) on Wednesday. The company has a fifty day moving average of €22.58 and a two-hundred day moving average of €26.07. Alstom has a fifty-two week low of €25.65 ($27.58) and a fifty-two week high of €37.37 ($40.18). Alstom Company Profile (Get Rating) Alstom SA offers solutions for rail transport industry in Europe, the Americas, Asia and Pacific, the Middle East, and Africa. The company offers rolling stock solutions for people movers and monorails, light rails, metros, commuter trains, regional and intercity trains, high-speed trains, and locomotives; asset optimization, connectivity, digital passenger, and security and city mobility solutions; and signaling products, such as urban, mainline, and freight and mining signaling.
07/6/2022
09:02
waldron: Agefi-Dow Jones PARIS (Agefi-Dow Jones)--With the purchase of Bombardier Transportation, Alstom has taken its shareholders on a real ghost train. The group has nevertheless made the right turn. Since the publication of 2021-2022 financial statements in mid-May, the share price has recovered 20.6% against 3.9% for the CAC 40. Jefferies believes that Alstom is at a turning is at a turning point, being on the verge of regaining the favour of investors. "Confidence is starting to return to the stock It's a good thing that we're going to be able to do this. The use of a capital increase ruled out Alstom has sent several reassuring signals. The industrialist has generated positive cash flow in the second half of the year, clearing the way for the way to its deleveraging. "The company appears to be well on track with its The company appears to be on track to halve its net debt by the end of the year. by half by the end of March 2025," said Jean-Louis Sempé of Sempé of Invest Securities. The group's management has also firmly ruled out of a capital increase, allaying the market's fears on this point. the market's fears on this point. The integration of Bombardier Transportation seems to be under control. For to avoid any further slippage on the negative margin contracts contracts inherited from the Canadian group, the company has deployed a major action plan, allocating more human and engineering resources engineering resources to address technical and production issues. By the end of the 2024-2025 financial year, Alstom should have virtually cleared its backlog of these projects. "Alstom is doing better. Most of the difficulties related to the integration of Bombardier Transportation are now behind them," says Jean-Louis Sempé. Alstom must nevertheless consolidate the renewed confidence of the market by staying on track. "The group's roadmap is promising but it does not leave room for the slightest deviation", underlines Frédéric Rozier of Mirabaud. Especially as short sellers are watching for the short sellers are watching for the slightest misstep. At the end of May, the positions of of these "shortsellers", measured by the proportion of Alstom shares lent, represented more than 10% of shares, represented more than 10% of outstanding shares, according to data from S&P Global Market Intelligence. "Short short sellers have a strong presence in the stock. To catch them the group will have to generate positive cash flow for the current year," says the current financial year," says Frédéric Rozier. A buoyant business environment Alstom seems to be on the right track. UBS considers that the growth of orders of orders - and therefore of customer deposits - should support should support cash generation and enable the company to generate 295 million for the current financial year, 687 million for the year ending March 2024. "Despite the volatility in working capital requirements, the group should be able to generate 200 million to 300 million euros of cash flow per year". 300 million per year," adds Jean-Louis Sempé of Invest Securities. All other lights are green for Alstom. Its record order book of 81 billion euros at the end of March secures two-thirds of its revenues for the two-thirds of its revenues for the next three years," said Deutsche Bank. And demand is not drying up. Despite the deteriorating economic economic environment "I see no sign of a global slowdown in I see no sign of a global slowdown in rail investment," said the group's Henri Poupart-Lafarge, the group's CEO, said last month. The company has identified around €180 billion in business opportunities by March 2025. In addition, almost all of its almost all of its revenues (99%) are eligible for the European taxonomy taxonomy, i.e. the European Commission's nomenclature for Commission's nomenclature for directing investment towards 'green' activities. "activities. These assets are fuelling analysts' optimism. At 32.75 euros, the average price target compiled by FactSet still gives the potential of around 25% for the stock. Alstom has laid the foundations for its of its stock market recovery. All that remains is for it to follow up without further incident its railway to accelerate. -Julien Marion, Agefi-Dow Jones; +33 (0)1 41 27 47 94; jmarion@agefi.fr ed: ECH Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
03/6/2022
16:16
grupo guitarlumber: ALSTOM SA: 2021 Dividend Proposal at the Shareholders' Meeting of 12 July 2022 - Distribution Schedule 06/02/2022 | 09:46am BST 2021 DIVIDEND PROPOSAL AT THE SHAREHOLDERS' MEETING OF 12 JULY 2022 DISTRIBUTION SCHEDULE ALSTOM Joint Stock Company with a capital of €2,616,486,292 Registered office: 48, rue Albert Dhalenne, 93400 Saint-Ouen-sur-Seine Trade and Company Register number 389 058 447 Bobigny 2 June 2022 – As already announced at the publication of the 2021 annual results on 11 May 2022, the Board of Directors has decided to propose to the Shareholders’ Meeting of 12 July 2022 the distribution of a dividend amounting to 0.25 euros gross per share, with an option for the payment of the dividend in cash or in new shares. As a reminder, this rate corresponds to a distribution ratio of 35% of the adjusted net income before depreciation of the stake in TMH. Subject to the approval of the Shareholders’ Meeting, the price of the share delivered in payment of the dividend shall be equal to 90% of the average of the prices quoted at the opening of the twenty stock market sessions preceding the date of this Shareholders’ Meeting, less the net amount of the dividend, rounded up to two decimal places after the decimal point to the next higher hundredth, in accordance with the provisions of Article L. 232-19 of the French Commercial Code. The schedule for payment of the dividend will be as follows: Ex-dividend date: 20/07/22 Record date: 21/07/22 after the stock exchange closes Start of the option period for payment of the dividend in shares: 22/07/22 End of the option period for payment of the dividend in shares: 22/08/22 (Shareholders who have not exercised their option by 22/08/22 at the latest will receive their dividend payment entirely in cash). Results of the option for payment of the dividend in shares: 24/08/22 Payment of the dividend in cash, settlement of the dividend in shares: 26/08/22
11/5/2022
17:13
waldron: PARIS (Agefi-Dow Jones)--The chairman and CEO of Alstom, Henri Poupart-Lafarge, said on Wednesday that the railway equipment that the railway equipment maker was not considering a capital increase, even though the prospect has weighed heavily on the group's stock in the day. day. "Let me clarify what has been said: our forecasts are fully in line with our fully in line with our trajectory [which is] to maintain an an investment grade rating. No capital increase is planned," the executive said. No capital increase is planned," the executive said. Comments made on Wednesday morning had sown doubt among investors among investors, as the group reported a net loss for the for the 2021-2022 financial year due to exceptional items. items. After opening up 8%, the share price fell by up to 8.2% on Wednesday. 8.2% on Wednesday. It was only down 3.6% at around 5.10pm. According to one analyst, "there is still nervousness on the part of the There is still nervousness in the market due to fears of a capital increase," said one analyst. "But it would But Alstom would have to deviate sharply from its financial trajectory for this call to the market to happen". "The group's financial trajectory up to 2025 shows a rapid rapid deleveraging," confirms Jean-Louis Sempé, an analyst analyst at Invest Securities. Alstom reported a positive free cash flow of 469 million in the second half of its financial year, after having to disburse €1.46 billion in the first six months due to investments months due to investments needed to stabilise legacy Bombardier Transportation projects inherited from Bombardier Transportation. According to Citi, the market may have believed that the cash generation generation in the second half of the year was due to the group's pressure on payment of its suppliers. But these fears are unfounded according to the American bank. According to the bank, the improvement in cash cash flow could instead reflect the group's progress on its projects on its projects as well as accounting reclassifications of certain liabilities. liabilities. "Our balance sheet is relatively complex. But there is no manipulation. manipulation. The quality of cash generation is excellent and excellent and only due to the delivery of our projects around the the world," Henri Poupart-Lafarge said in response to the comments. comments.
11/5/2022
12:40
waldron: Alstom FY22 Sales EUR15.47B Published: May 11, 2022 at 2:12 a.m. ET 0 By Ed Frankl Alstom SA said Wednesday that its fiscal 2022 sales and adjusted earnings increased on year on strong order growth. The French train maker's adjusted earnings before interest and taxes, its key indicator, rose to 767 million euros ($807.8 million) in the 12 months to the end of March from EUR645 million in fiscal 2021. Sales rose 76% to EUR15.47 billion, while its order intake more than doubled to EUR19.26 billion. The Paris-based company's net income, which doesn't include adjustments related to its merger with Bombardier Transportation, swung to a loss of EUR581 million from a profit of EUR247 million last year. Nevertheless, Alstom said it will propose a dividend of EUR0.25 a share at the next shareholders' meeting in July. The company provided outlook for its 2023 fiscal year, including sales growth, a book-to-bill ratio above 1, and an adjusted EBIT margin increase on-year. It also aims for positive free cash flow generation in fiscal 2023, after cash outflow of EUR992 million in fiscal 2022. In its midterm guidance, Alstom raised its synergies targets to EUR475 million-EUR500 million annually from fiscal 2026 onward, though it flagged economic and political uncertainties potentially weighing on business activities in the short term. Write to Ed Frankl at edward.frankl@dowjones.com
25/3/2022
16:37
florenceorbis: Alstom reassess investments in Russia and Ukraine following invasion A planned order for 130 Alstom 120km/h Prima T8 electric locomotives for Ukrainian Railways has been suspended. ALSTOM has released a statement saying it has suspended a partnership with Ukrainian Railways (UZ) to supply locomotives and associated services, as it is “closely monitoring the dramatic situation currently happening in Ukraine” during the Russian invasion. The French and Ukrainian governments signed an agreement in early February to lend or finance around €750m of a planned order for 130 Alstom 120km/h Prima T8 electric locomotives for UZ, during a visit by French president Mr Emmanuel Macron to meet Ukraine president Mr Volodymyr Zelensky before the invasion. UZ president Mr Oleksandr Kamyszyn and Alstom chairman and CEO Mr Henri Poupart-Lafarge also signed a cooperation agreement at the same meeting in Kiev. Alstom told local media at the time in Ukraine that it expected the contract for the locomotives to be signed by June, but this has now been put on hold. “Alstom has expressed its deep solidarity with UZ during this dramatic time,” Alstom says. Alstom adds that it is suspending all future business investment in Russia and that it will comply with all applicable sanctions and laws. Alstom says it is prioritising the safety of its employees and their families. “A dedicated team has been set up to manage the situation since the beginning of the conflict, taking actions to best support them,” the manufacturer says. “Our thoughts are also with all the victims of this conflict. In addition to local initiatives from our teams around the globe, our solidarity towards the affected population will be primarily channelled through the Alstom Foundation.” Alstom also says it is also reviewing the book value of its stake in Russian rolling stock manufacturer Transmashholding (TMH). Alstom and TMH signed a strategic partnership agreement in 2009, aimed at developing new products in Russia and Commonwealth of Independent States. The deal saw Alstom support the modernisation of TMH’s manufacturing sites, and the development of a new generation of rolling stock. In return, Alstom acquired a 25% share of TMH. This was increased to 33% in December 2015 following the acquisition of an additional 8% stake from Russian Railways (RZD). Alstom says it now holds a 20% stake in TMH and there is “no material business nor operational link between Alstom and TMH.” Alstom says it will reassess the book value of its TMH stake as part of the fiscal year 2021/22 closing accounts. TMH is consolidated through the equity method, and Alstom’s interest in TMH was valued at €482m in its 2021-22 first half financial report, with a currency translation adjustment of negative €169m. TMH’s contribution to Alstom’s net income was a €2m loss. RZD and Belarusian Railways (BC) were suspended by the International Union of Railways (UIC) on March 8. TMH International, the subsidiary of TMH, issued a statement on March 1 emphasising it was a Swiss railway company, governed by the laws of Switzerland, while its local subsidiaries in Germany, Hungary, Argentina, Egypt, and South Africa were registered and governed by the laws of their respective countries. “We wish to remind everyone that TMHI is privately-owned and that neither the Russian government, nor any Russian state-owned companies have any interest or involvement in TMH International,”; the company told IRJ. “In addition, we would like to state that, as of today, none of our shareholders appear on sanction lists.”
09/3/2022
15:57
adrian j boris: Financial March 9, 2022 Written by David Burroughs Alstom reassess investments in Russia and Ukraine following invasion A planned order for 130 Alstom 120km/h Prima T8 electric locomotives for Ukrainian Railways has been suspended. ALSTOM has released a statement saying it has suspended a partnership with Ukrainian Railways (UZ) to supply locomotives and associated services, as it is “closely monitoring the dramatic situation currently happening in Ukraine” during the Russian invasion. The French and Ukrainian governments signed an agreement in early February to lend or finance around €750m of a planned order for 130 Alstom 120km/h Prima T8 electric locomotives for UZ, during a visit by French president Mr Emmanuel Macron to meet Ukraine president Mr Volodymyr Zelensky before the invasion. UZ president Mr Oleksandr Kamyszyn and Alstom chairman and CEO Mr Henri Poupart-Lafarge also signed a cooperation agreement at the same meeting in Kiev. Alstom told local media at the time in Ukraine that it expected the contract for the locomotives to be signed by June, but this has now been put on hold. “Alstom has expressed its deep solidarity with UZ during this dramatic time,” Alstom says. Alstom adds that it is suspending all future business investment in Russia and that it will comply with all applicable sanctions and laws. Alstom says it is prioritising the safety of its employees and their families. “A dedicated team has been set up to manage the situation since the beginning of the conflict, taking actions to best support them,” the manufacturer says. “Our thoughts are also with all the victims of this conflict. In addition to local initiatives from our teams around the globe, our solidarity towards the affected population will be primarily channelled through the Alstom Foundation.” Alstom also says it is also reviewing the book value of its stake in Russian rolling stock manufacturer Transmashholding (TMH). Alstom and TMH signed a strategic partnership agreement in 2009, aimed at developing new products in Russia and Commonwealth of Independent States. The deal saw Alstom support the modernisation of TMH’s manufacturing sites, and the development of a new generation of rolling stock. In return, Alstom acquired a 25% share of TMH. This was increased to 33% in December 2015 following the acquisition of an additional 8% stake from Russian Railways (RZD). Alstom says it now holds a 20% stake in TMH and there is “no material business nor operational link between Alstom and TMH.” Alstom says it will reassess the book value of its TMH stake as part of the fiscal year 2021/22 closing accounts. TMH is consolidated through the equity method, and Alstom’s interest in TMH was valued at €482m in its 2021-22 first half financial report, with a currency translation adjustment of negative €169m. TMH’s contribution to Alstom’s net income was a €2m loss. RZD and Belarusian Railways (BC) were suspended by the International Union of Railways (UIC) on March 8. TMH International, the subsidiary of TMH, issued a statement on March 1 emphasising it was a Swiss railway company, governed by the laws of Switzerland, while its local subsidiaries in Germany, Hungary, Argentina, Egypt, and South Africa were registered and governed by the laws of their respective countries. “We wish to remind everyone that TMHI is privately-owned and that neither the Russian government, nor any Russian state-owned companies have any interest or involvement in TMH International,”; the company told IRJ. “In addition, we would like to state that, as of today, none of our shareholders appear on sanction lists.”
23/11/2021
09:33
gb904150: My favourite way of thinking about royalty companies is that you get to buy the companies who negotiated deals at yesterday's prices. So when thinking about companies like ALS/TRR/APF....the deals they locked in might have been from several years ago with weaker metals prices and when projects were earlier on with more risk. Ideally at a time when finance was hard to come by and so the royalty co. managed to get a good deal. But the cashflow you own is in the future when metal prices are (hopefully) and once projects have come on stream.
08/6/2021
00:50
papillon: Interesting 2 year chart. I've drawn 2 parallel trend lines on this linear chart. I wonder if they have any significance? If they do then we could see the ALS share price testing that upper trend line again. Will it? Who knows, but the fundamentals definitely look very good. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
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