Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Aston Martin Lagonda Global Holdings Plc LSE:AML London Ordinary Share GB00BFXZC448 ORD GBP0.00903968713304439
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  18.50 3.89% 493.50 490.70 497.20 504.00 474.20 478.20 1,431,370 16:35:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Automobiles & Parts 1,096.5 -68.2 -31.0 - 1,125

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/11/2019
08:29
That's for sureI've been wiped out.....
foxy22
21/11/2019
21:55
The cars look better than the share price
zapherz
20/11/2019
06:46
Have to agree
ignoble
20/11/2019
06:38
DBX actually looks quite decent.
xxnjr
08/11/2019
17:33
I'm out ... £920 nett profit made in a few days :) Q
quidzinn
08/11/2019
15:59
thanks for posting. good analysis. Situation not desirable but manageable
dealy
08/11/2019
15:35
Results analysed yesterday: hTTps://cube.investments/cube-midcap-report-7-nov-2019-aston-martin-heading-for-a-breakdown-aml-auto-tate-snr-sbry/
rndm355
08/11/2019
14:25
only about 20% of the shares were placed by selling shareholders at the ipo. Since then, 3% were bought back by Industrialinvest and 4% was bought by Daimler (possibly not all of that was a new purchase).So I can't see why the free float is more than 15%
dealy
08/11/2019
13:52
13.95% 'on loan' at end of October according to Euroclear. hTTps://my.euroclear.com/apps/en/monthly-stock-loan-data.html#month=eq:10&year=eq:2019&limit=1&search=1&order=asc:abbreviation
xxnjr
08/11/2019
13:42
dealy, where do you get those figures from? Short tracker says only 1.75% shorted. Stockopedia says 32.45% is the free float.
stokiematt
08/11/2019
08:53
any good news here and there will be a rally resulting in a huge short squeeze. Free float is only 13% now and short position is apparently close to that. 600p easily achievable before year end
dealy
08/11/2019
06:22
I think the relevant ratio would be net debt to 2020 Ebitda and beyond. Because of investment in a new product cycle the debt holders are willing to ignore the current high ratio. Definitely Ebitda has to improve fast.The company has strong long term strategic shareholders to help out if necessary. This is not Debenhams
dealy
07/11/2019
23:14
"Debt is manageable" I beg to differ. Net debt is now 5.5 times last 12 months EBITDA. The norm would be a peak of 3 times. More than 3 times is considered exceptional in UK quoted markets. That's why the most recent debt funding round is charging interest at usury rates of 12%, rising to 15% in certain circumstances.
jaknife
07/11/2019
14:27
Why is a D4E good for equity investors. I can't for one moment bond holders would leave current equity with £931m of value. Maybe a 1/10th of that if they are very lucky.
loglorry1
07/11/2019
13:50
Way too much negativity here. All the car manufacturers are having a tough time right now. It's a cyclical issue. Trade war thaw will improve demand. Debt is manageable
dealy
07/11/2019
13:36
Why is a D4E good for equity investors. I can't for one moment bond holders would leave current equity with £931m of value. Maybe a 1/10th of that if they are very lucky.
loglorry1
07/11/2019
12:48
"How did they ever get the floatation away at £19 ?" A. They paid a retainer to every major investment bank to join in on the float. B. They dressed the accounts to make the company appear more profitable than it actually was.
jaknife
07/11/2019
12:37
How did they ever get the floatation away at £19 ? You have to hand it to these City boys - they sure can 'give 'em the old 'razzle dazzle' when they need to !
dexdringle
07/11/2019
12:24
Spot on - Personally a D4E would be a positive outcome for the company - Shareholders higher up will have to take it on the chin - The sooner the better imo - (for shareholders than is - )
tomboyb
07/11/2019
12:11
"Net debt was £800m with leverage of 5.5x LTM (last 12 months) adjusted EBITDA" The norm for a listed company would be 2 to 3 times. Above 3 times is exceptional in the UK. If AML can't generate a sensible chunk of cash (*) then 100% it will either have to have a D4E swap or some other capital restructuring such as a pre-pack. * AML is burning cash, the only reason that cash balances have risen is because it's issued debt at credit card rates of interest!
jaknife
07/11/2019
12:02
A pre-pack is a distinct impossibility. Q
quidzinn
07/11/2019
10:29
A pre-pack is a distinct possibility.
sojourno
07/11/2019
10:18
are you basing this on the net debt/ Ebitda ratio of 5.5? Ebitda is at trough. Also a takeover is a distinct possibility
dealy
07/11/2019
10:11
Lenders will shaft investors here, 100%
f15jcm
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