Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
CVS Group LSE:CVSG London Ordinary Share GB00B2863827 ORD 0.2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +6.00p +0.45% 1,330.00p 1,326.00p 1,329.00p 1,370.00p 1,311.00p 1,354.00p 181,433 16:35:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 271.8 14.5 18.5 71.9 850.08

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18/10/201720:50CVS Group: VETS,All things bright and beautiful390

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2017-11-20 17:08:471,329.941481,968.31O
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CVS Group Daily Update: CVS Group is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CVSG. The last closing price for CVS Group was 1,324p.
CVS Group has a 4 week average price of 1,309p and a 12 week average price of 1,287p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,500p while the 1 year low share price is currently 878p.
There are currently 63,915,431 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 218,541 shares. The market capitalisation of CVS Group is £850,075,232.30.
saucepan: Earnings enhancing acquisitions without share price dilution; excellent.
saucepan: Hi folks I opened a position in CVSG yesterday, after it appeared in one of my ShareScope value/momentum filters. I just wish I had spotted it before; but, hopefully, better late than never. Apart from the fundamentals (including Slater PEG of 0.33) and the obvious quality of the business, I was attracted by what I perceive as a consolidation pattern, below 700p, which has developed since late May/early June. It is something of a cup and handle pattern, which now appears to have resolved. It shows better on the following chart than the one in the header: Once 700p has cleared, I am hopeful that the share price will make up for lost time.
eno nedlog: Is this sideways move of the share price due to its overeaching itself in March April and June? Or just pacing with the rest of the market? Eno
pet lover: Lomax99 Big Thankyou for your post and well done here.CVS took on a huge debt to buy up these vets over the last 7 years and the market held the companies share price down as a result.As the debt has reduced and profits have gone up so has the share price.PVG looks to have had a cash shortage from day one and thus could not buy up other vets in any kind of numbers.You are also spot on with your view that the big two are going to keep on buying and expanding.CVS has seen its stock rise 200% over 7 years with rocket under the price over the last two.We will have to wait and see what PVG does but without the odd £100M plus being raised they don't have a chance in hell of buying up vets in the UK.A much safer and cheaper option would be to grow the pet plans and buying side of the group in quick order.PVG have just hired a director and talked about a global company. Have you any idea where UK vets sit in the world rankings.? In other words is the UK ahead or to the rear of other nations product / price and so on. Thanks from the hound and myself.
androvitch: Those of you looking back through posts will already know my views on this great business. But sometimes the price accelerates faster than business performance, and this one now feels toppy on all valuation multiples. Great business does not always equal great stock. Sold down my holding over the last week. But I'll keep my eye on this and buy back in when performance catches up with the share price. Looking for what to do with the proceeds - similarly advantaged businesses, simple business model, clear growth path. Ideas?
androvitch: Possibly a red herring, but it looks like Schroders took a large stake a few days ago, which will may have pushed the price up. The fact that there are more buyers at 200p is indeed reassuring. This trading update should show 2 positive effects, which may not be fully factored into the value: i) life-for-like growth is lapping a slow period a year ago, and so should be positive ii) benefit of some acquisitions now flowing into profits As I said in a previous post, I expect the current valuation multipe is in the right place following a major correction over the last year, and so share price should now grow more slowly with EBITDA.
undervaluedassets: unconvinced. very slim margins (which perplex me somewhat) And balance sheet is parlous And now, even at these subdued levels for the share price quite chunky director selling - and this the second batch.... ...Ceo Mr Innes sold 3/4 of a million quids worth at 1.75 and now another 100k at 95p. not very confident behaviour... which gives me 'paws' for thought ( I am so funny)
masurenguy: Like the concept but not the debt or financial model. Some 60% below their IPO and I can't really see what will turn the share price around at the moment !
masurenguy: "The shares are trading on a June 2010 earnings multiple of 13.8 times, falling to 11.1 in 2011. The company is not yet paying a dividend. They were recommended at 170p on October 6 last year and are up 20% compared with a market up 9%. Although the share price progression is likely to be slow and steady, the group is emerging as the UK's leading consolidator in a growing market. The shares remain a buy." Well the shares have halved in the 8 weeks since that Questor update on April 28th !
masurenguy: Big drop following some rather ambiguous and rambling comments over their 'below expectations' update. Their business model is predicated on debt funding of acquisitions which may have been more viable 3 years ago but is distinctly disadvantageous in the current climate. Net debt will now act as a drag on the share price and limit future acquisition opportunities. Bottom line is that they are inevitably going to have to refinance the company though a placing and dilution. May need to raise funds at a significant discount below todays price of around 100p !
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