Aston Martin Lagonda Global Holdings Plc

2.80 (1.03%)
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Aston Martin Lagonda Global Holdings Plc AML London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
2.80 1.03% 274.80 16:35:13
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
269.00 268.60 279.80 274.80 272.00
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Aston Martin Lagonda Glo... AML Dividends History

No dividends issued between 11 Jun 2013 and 11 Jun 2023

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Posted at 26/5/2023 15:19 by swiss tony
It's called a fluke, you might as well play roulette.

You think Warren Buffett is a hopeless gambler or someone who knows exactly what he's doing, and gets the odd thing wrong now and again?
You get out what you put in.

Everyone who gambled on AML not knowing the numbers at IPO have lost a fortune.

Posted at 26/5/2023 13:46 by swiss tony
I posted links to prove you were incorrect and you couldn't even read them properly.

Don't worry I am sure the readers know who to trust on this thread.

£95m raised, but AML burning through £181m per quarter.
So we know how long that will last....

The R&D for rehashing DB11 is so large, what will the electrification bill be for AML?
Even with partners to share tech.... it will be HUGE.

Posted at 25/5/2023 20:30 by bashor
So the DB12 looks to finally have gotten all the dynamic character any AML deserves, if you know what driver involvement is or know anything about automotive engineering in the sports car arena you’ll get a sense this is the start of a new era for AML, bring it on and well done Aston Martin…. I believe the tailwinds may well be here for some time, forget huge volume and get the product bang on, looks like we are on the right track
Posted at 18/5/2023 07:33 by spacedust
Will be 335p today. Aml get 95m in cash.
Posted at 12/5/2023 14:28 by swiss tony
Posted at 11/5/2023 17:30 by swiss tony
Germany car sales:

40 AML (13 DBX, 5 DB11, 22 V8)
184 Ferrari
70 Bentley of which 28 Bentayga
68 Lamborghini of which 36 urus
36 Rolls Royce including 11 Cullinan.

DBX is a flop, the supposed saviour of AML.
The competition are wiping the floor with AML, as per above.

Posted at 14/4/2023 09:14 by swiss tony
AML expects H1 2023 cash flow similar to H1 2022:
That was a loss of £234m.

Cash holdings are £583m as of December 2022.
583 - 234 = 340m cash left in 2 months.

AML had to raise £635m when the cash level dropped to £400m, last November.
So you can see how close a cash call is.

Posted at 12/4/2023 15:20 by swiss tony
Whats the reasoning crank? Other than you think it will happen because you are seriously in the red and need it higher?

AML expects H1 2023 cash flow similar to H1 2022:
That was a loss of £234m.
Current cash holdings are £583m.
583 - 234 = 340m cash left in 2/3 months.

AML had to raise £635m when the cash level dropped to £400m, last November.
So you can see how close a cash call is.

Posted at 07/3/2023 16:14 by lthtrust
Arthur: The fact is that AML have already LOST most of the money that they raised in their recent September 2022 placing. AML declared a LOSS (before tax) of £495 Million in 2022, this compares with a LOSS (before tax) of £213.8 Million in 2021. The results have been presented with an extremely positive spin, but in reality they are not that good. Lawrence Stroll states "Over the last three years, I have consistently referenced our target to deliver around £2bn of revenue and £500m of adjusted EBITDA by 2024/25.". I always find it interesting that companies with debt often use EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortisation) as a measure. In the recent Final results RNS AML give the following 2023 guidance: "Depreciation and amortisation: c.£350m-£370m; Interest costs: c.£120m (cash) assuming current exchange rates prevail for 2023". So for 2023 the guidance for the IDA is c.£470-490 Million.
Posted at 06/3/2023 19:33 by lthtrust
The broker Jeffries recent AML share price target of 160p looks very reasonable to me. AML talk a lot about net debt in the RNS, which is of course gross debt minus cash. But AML still have to service their gross debt which includes US$ loan notes of £1.1bn equivalent (First Lien of £935m at 10.5% interest maturing in November 2025; Second Lien of £169m at 15.0% split interest (8.9% cash; 6.1% PIK) with detachable warrants maturing in November 2026). These instruments carry no-call options of two years for the Second Lien and three years for the First Lien.
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