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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Augean Plc LSE:AUG London Ordinary Share GB00B02H2F76 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 61.00p 60.00p 62.00p 61.00p 61.00p 61.00p 36,536 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 84.7 -3.1 -3.4 - 63.31

Augean Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/12/2018
17:20
Another £1m of profit next year. You do wonder what the previous management was doing with all this investment!
woozle1
12/12/2018
08:32
Mothballing loss making incinerator in Kent with a view to sell or lease would seem a positive move to me, so expecting initial small decline to reverse today.
interceptor2
05/12/2018
17:49
That's why I've followed him in. Assuming 9.5p EPS and 12 x multiple, the shares are worth 114p. It is clear that earnings are growing rapidly, too. So the shares are probably worth even more than on 5 year view.
woozle1
05/12/2018
17:30
I wonder if he's made his own judgement call ref HMRC and deems it to be an invalid bill? Cos if that does prove to be the case, the shares should be more like 90p-£1 imo (closer to £90-100m m/c)
value hound
05/12/2018
17:06
I just hope he does not try and take this private on the cheap! w1
woozle1
05/12/2018
16:46
hTTps://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/augean-AUG/share-news/Augean-Plc-Holdings-in-Company/78825143 And he has bought yet more but a larger amount this time. Seems like he his conviction is growing.
interceptor2
30/11/2018
21:27
He's not here for a haircut!
woozle1
30/11/2018
14:59
Mills at it again....
molatovkid
28/11/2018
15:52
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lbo
27/11/2018
11:58
When you see an insider like Chris Mills buying it's either a bluff or HMRC concerns are overdone. It is likely that Augean and HMRC will settle for a substantially lower number. w1
woozle1
27/11/2018
11:55
Clearly a couple of big professional investors believe the stock is worth far more than the current shareprice, even if HMRC's £30m tax claim proves broadly correct.
brummy_git
27/11/2018
11:54
Clearly a couple of big professional investors believe the stock is worth far more than the current shareprice, even if HMRC's £30m tax claim proves broadly correct.
brummy_git
27/11/2018
11:27
So what am I missing here? We have landfill tax assessments circa £30m from HMRC. About half the market cap. We claim that there are no grounds in these assessments and will contest them....but what if we lose? We have only just turned cash positive and current trading looks very promising. Against this background we have stake-building. Why?
molatovkid
25/11/2018
16:29
Yes, Chris Mills is a bright guy. Very rarely over-pays, and more than often loads up deeply under-valued stocks, like Augean
chalkyboard
25/11/2018
16:07
He took Dowding & Mills private and made a killing! w1
woozle1
25/11/2018
15:51
If Chris Mills were to bid for the company, then I suspect it might well draw out a few other interested parties. Clearly though with over 20% of the equity already, he would be in the box seat.
chalkyboard
24/11/2018
15:52
He is a smart chap and thus I go on the basis that he has a good insight into the taxation issues and having bought 0.75pc of the company feels any payment to HMRC will be minimal. After the last few weeks, good to see the price of one of my shares having a bounce up rather than down.
cerrito
24/11/2018
15:01
My main concern is that Mills and mates might have enough shares to take this private on the cheap! w1
woozle1
24/11/2018
10:17
https://www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/news/AN_1542905122805993000/director-dealings-augean-investment-managers-non-exec-buys-shares.aspx
lbo
21/11/2018
13:42
My guess is EPS of 8.4. That's a p/e of 6 times. w1
woozle1
21/11/2018
11:32
https://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/market_reports/209662/augean-on-the-front-foot-as-it-expects-profits-to-beat-market-forecasts-209662.html
lbo
02/11/2018
12:54
I can understand the decrease in the share price today. I note that for the South this is a pre-assessment whereas for the North the two October RNS referred to a final assessment. I have no idea of the significance of this. I have been trying to work out how much the HMRC have come down in their claims. The Prelim statement referred to a 53% reduction for one quarter in 2014 for the South. The 3.4.18 RNS referred for a three year nine month period for the North and a four year period for the South. That was for pre interest £37.8m combined; using the 73/27 South/North split suggested by the data we have for 2013 that would suggest that today's preassessment for the South has come down from £28m in April to £18m today. Appreciate that there are quite a few assumptions in the above but per my reading are the best we have. Critiques welcome. I note no repeat of the word cooperative used in the April RNS or positive used in the prelims to describe their relationship with HMRC. It would appear this is going to tribunal with all the expense involved. We have no idea if the HMRC believe in their case or just feel they cannot back down. Well done to those who exited at 50p+ as we are really flying blind. Views of others welcome
cerrito
21/10/2018
19:23
The market seems to think that the RNS earlier this week on the reduced final assessment for the North for the 8/13 to 7/14 period was good news. I am not so sure and I wonder if the North are now using the same criteria as in the South-ref the decrease in assessment for the South noted in the Annual Report. I am a bit concerned that HMRC still talking about a big sum. Two other issues. This week’s RNS refers to a final assessment and I do not understand the significance of the use of the word final. Second I am assuming that AUG have not changed their policy for the payment of tax for the period post Aug 17. The fact that landfill tax paid was £4619K in H1 18 and £444k in H1 17 would suggest not.
cerrito
24/9/2018
06:12
EPS forecast was raised from 6.37 to 7.4p. I'm v happy with current governance as the previous one was not delivering and it probably costs less. It looks like they took a capex holiday to get the debt down. My guess is that they will let cash accumulate until this HMRC issue is settled. That seems more sensible than relying on external cash (debt/equity) to settle the claim. I agree that until we have more clarity on HMRC the shares will be depressed. w1
woozle1
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