Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ashley House Plc LSE:ASH London Ordinary Share GB00B1KKCZ55 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 4.65 0.00 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
4.50 4.80 4.65 4.65 4.65
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 18.47 1.75 2.93 1.6 3
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 0.00 GBX

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02/9/201908:04Ashley House Exciting Developments718
18/8/201922:21The ashes 20109
17/7/201912:57Reported Death of Mr Ashley James145
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Ashley House Daily Update: Ashley House Plc is listed in the Construction & Materials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ASH. The last closing price for Ashley House was 4.65p.
Ashley House Plc has a 4 week average price of 4.40p and a 12 week average price of 4.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 14.30p while the 1 year low share price is currently 4.40p.
There are currently 59,766,196 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 8,074 shares. The market capitalisation of Ashley House Plc is £2,779,128.11.
microscope: Fingers crossed for you Dibbs. They don't do placings but have used loans from 'friendly' sources instead. The recent resignation was to do with 'good practice' in that area. Those with longer memories will remember Mrs Moy's loans, of course with the sad passing of her husband I guess that situation is not so comfortable. The issue for me is that although very obviously the cheaper you buy the shares for the more you get, the risk of default remains the same until these contracts are signed. As others have said I would have expected MS to step in if they were really about to succumb. I agree that if they make it through the next few months unscathed though that market cap this low cannot possibly last. The market is pricing it to go bust, and if/when that threat is withdrawn the share price should recover strongly. It's just whether to take the risk of losing 100% for potentially excellent returns next year. i'm sure we're all thinking similarly! Yump in fairness the thread was written just after the government withdrew the Cap threat and the pipeline was 'released'. These were exciting developments and then of course came the MS sign-up which gave further strength to the argument. I don't think it's atall fair therefore to have a pop at the thread header that was written on the back of the government change, years ago now. Hindsight is a wonderful thing, but I would argue the thread was fully justified at the time and the market seemed to agree!
yump: Or perhaps the share price got too optimistic, given that they hadn't actually posted any profits when it was 10p+ !
someuwin: WHIreland 08 July 2019 "Ashley House (ASH) – Corporate – Trading update Market Cap £4.9m Share Price 8.25p Ashley House provides property services, including modular construction capabilities, to the health, community care, housing and educational sectors, among these through its JV with Morgan Sindall (Morgan Ashley). This morning’s update from the group highlights that due to delays in the final legal processes the three schemes highlighted in the update last week did not complete and are now expected to reach financial close in FY 2020E. As a result, Ashely House points to the fact that, whilst it is likely to be profitable in H2 2019E, a loss for the FY 2019E year is expected to be reported, with the profit from the schemes expected to be delivered in FY 2020E. Following this morning’s update, we lower our FY 2019E PBT estimate by £0.6m to a pre-tax loss of £1.6m, whilst we leave our FY 2020E PBT expectation unchanged at £1.5m (WHI est. FY 2019E PBT -£1.6m/EPS -2.8p, FY 2020E PBT £1.5m/EPS 2.5p). Although there remains clear pent up demand in the market for the types of schemes undertaken by Ashley House, as this morning’s update illustrates, the process of achieving financial close in a timely manner is not without challenge. Based on our FY 2020E expectations, the shares are trading on a PER of just 3.4x, which should have scope to expand in time if forecasts are achieved and clear progress demonstrated."
microscope: This is precisely a comment i made some time ago, (will try to dig out if i get time, think it was on here) about the main perceived 'risk' being lumpy profits, because of timing. The results will look bad if no closures this week, but then we might have three next week and as has been said a spectacular start to the next financial year. The market will always see the bleak side though of course, and when the results eventually appear and are picked apart it will be easy to be negative, but we are possibly taking days. With less than a week to go it seems they are still hopeful that something might close this week, it's that close. Long term investors should have no problem seeing the wood and the trees imho! Meantime there clearly has been an overhang, judging by trading data in recent days anyway, which is probably also weighing on the share price. Hopefully yesterday took care of a lot of it and we will get an RNS accordingly. i made it over 3% of the shares traded yesterday. Here's the post I was thinking of. Looks like the company is almost in that precise situation! . 'microscope22 Aug '18 - 20:12 - 466 of 655 Edit 0 2 0 The business will always be subject to timing issues re-closure of schemes, on annual numbers. Always has been, always will be. The numbers are merely a snapshot on a particular date. If a scheme closes the day after year end, in the grand scheme of running the business, it actually matters not a jot. Simply means the following 12 months are off to a flier. All imho'
scburbs: Completely agree. Bizarre that the share price trades below the level it was at before the Morgan Sindall JV was announced when the risk reward profile was completely different.
microscope: Good to see some interest again I think the share price became becalmed because people were worried the recent seller could still be creating an overhang. if they don't resurface in the next few days it would be a very positive sign I think, though some newsflow would also help!
dave4545: Yeah I saw that news and got some stock I think it was 6.1p, banked the free ride and then sold some more but vowed to always hold a small amount until or unless the company did something wrong. So far they have not done anything wrong. Results hopefully will surprise. Have to in this market. Anything poor or dull seems to get a bad reaction share price wise.
greedfear: It's overlooked and undervalued. Exactly what I like. If the share price goes south (not too much) I'll add. No doubt. If it goes north I'll be a happy puppy as ASH is currently the largest holding in my portfolio. For excitement I've got my biotech holdings. This one (ASH) is probably going to do a lot better than my biotechs. It looks as if it's dull to have a position in ASH. But I feel it's going to be great: they're operational in all the right places. This IS the time to buy. Really. Anyway, BOL (future) holders!
first_things: There is only 3 months left of the financial year, so the full year financial results could be a pivotal moment. The board stated they are confident the company should achieve its profit expectations. I guess the "profit expectations" are the brokers forecast of a PTB of £1.8 million and EPS of 3p. They also say they expect to get an additional £1.5 million from Morgan Sindall in "the next few weeks" which will strengthen their balance sheet. If this is achieved by the business a fair profit multiple could be between 8-12, which would therefore give a short-term price range of 24p - 36p. The current share price has not discounted this news which I guess is a factor of under delivering in the past. If they achieve what they say they are expecting it will be a massive turnaround which can be attributed to the change in government policy and Morgan Sindall Partnership. Ashley House may also start to attract institutional interest as the investment case and prospects have changed. The upside could be 100/150% in the next 3-6 months with this investment thesis. I think some patience is required at this stage although it is never easy to predict when the market would re-rate a share such as Ashley House. Interested to get the thoughts of others and if what I have outlined is using the correct assumptions.
scburbs: I completely agree the 100% downside risk has been very substantially reduced by the MS deal and the substantial increase in share price is well justified. However, given most of the cash inflow is going to repay debt I don't see it how it can be nil or negligible given the future cash requirements to build out the pipeline are unknown. There is the potential of MS stepping in if there are problems. However, if it ever got to the stage where MS needed to step in I wouldn't necessarily see ASH shareholders being a beneficiary of that.
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