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Aukett Swanke LSE:AUK London Ordinary Share GB0000617950 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1.30p 200,000 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.20p 1.40p 1.30p 1.30p 1.30p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 18.40 -0.33 -0.20 2.1

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Aukett Fitzroy Robinson Daily Update: Aukett Swanke is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AUK. The last closing price for Aukett Fitzroy Robinson was 1.30p.
Aukett Swanke has a 4 week average price of 1.25p and a 12 week average price of 1.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 2.85p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1p.
There are currently 165,213,652 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 34,978 shares. The market capitalisation of Aukett Swanke is £2,147,777.48.
lionelh: Not really, fall in share price wholly disproportionate to what's happened. Must be negative sentiment around BREXIT for a business that has lots of interests in Europe. Fundamentals haven't really changed that I can see (apart from drop in profits, probably short term only).
batham1: What does this company have to do to get the share price to move north?!
arthur_lame_stocks: Hi Ian As far as I can see it shouldn't be bad news. The last outlook statement was positive and if things have changed since then then the Director's shouldn't have been selling and they should already have warned. I'm hoping for a good year and a rise in the share price.
iankn73: Here is an email I received from Beverley @Aukett this morning. I'm sure she wouldn't mind me posting this. I would be gobsmacked if a profits warning was issued. Thank you for your email and interest in our Group. I can appreciate the downwards trend in the share price is disappointing. The recent director sales have been due to personal circumstances and do not bear any relation to their view of the Company. In one instance the sales were taken up by other Directors, in the other Broadwalk Asset Management, one of our institutional investors took the opportunity to add to their holding with an extra 2.7m shares on the 8th September. In relation to news on contracts and existing projects much of this is covered through our main website under the projects or news sections. Whilst I cannot confirm an exact date, I would expect to issue an update in November, ahead of our final results publication in January. Kind regards, Beverley
gtiowner: Does anyone - who isn't running a pump and dump or accusing someone of running a pump and dump - have any informaiton in regards to the recent fall in share price, for what is by all accounts a fundamentally sound company? Thanks.
fernandesb: Is there any possibility that AUK may "delist"? This is what is suggested on Stockopedia.the Quote is that "the Company will delist, ultimately halving the share price"
auks: Well that could well see it to top spot howard...2013 profits could well approach 1 million and the share price reflect a market cap around 15 million...i.e. double figures!
27howard: Research historical results here and you will find each time there is a major upturn in turnover/fees Auk's profits go through the roof. In their full results ending Sep 2007, the last time turnover jumped their results were buoyant and as follows. * Group turnover up 21% to �19.7m with strong growth in the UK hotel and retails sectors, and Russian operation. * Profit before tax up �1.6m to �2.4m as a result of turnover and margin growth. * 136% growth in earnings to 1.06 pence per share. * Strong cash flow with �1.8m of net cash inflow before financing leading to the elimination of net debt. The following year they made similar profits on over 20 million of turnover, if they have margins anywhere near similar then if they do reach the 80 mil of fees they hope for in their latest trading update, say over 24 months then that would be 40 mil, it could mean profits of over 4 million or over the current market cap, a sensible PER of 5-10 would mean a share price of 15-30p, current price 3.25p to buy, could be way out but there is going to be a jump in profits regardless to 3.25p is way too low.
this_is_me: I am not saying that the company does not have potential. If I thought that I would not have invested in the first place. I just think that you are being too optimistic and not emotionally detached. At this point in time I was happy to take a profit by selling at 4p. I expect the share price to drift down as there are a lor who are sitting on large paper losses and will be glad to get out at a reduced loss. I am prepared to buy back in the future if the risk/reward seems favourable. Maybe you will be proved correct but a bid of 4p seemed too good for me to refuse.
this_is_me: A share price of 15p would mean a Market Cap of over £20 million. Last year the first half revenue was £4.1 million and the second half £3.8 million. This years first half revenue was £1 million lower. Even at the peak eps of 1.19p in 2008, when the revenue was £22.6 million, a share price of 15p would give a P/e of around 12.6. I think that you are not living in the real world. There are large cap firms that have not lost much in the way of revenue yielding over 7% and at single figure P/Es so what id the argument for pushing a small illiquid micro cap to the level that you suggest just so that you can get your money back?
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