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Dx (group) Plc LSE:DX. London Ordinary Share GB00BJTCG679 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 29.50 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 382.1 10.6 2.7 10.9 169

Dx (group) Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/7/2022
21:05
You can always tell an English Language student
ls24
12/7/2022
10:04
I think the NED appointments are v encouraging, if business was of risk of failing, these heavy hitters would not be joining IMO......roll on audit and re-listing IMO....DYOR
qs99
12/7/2022
08:29
Two new non executives as the company prepares for re-listing. I'm sure they will have been updated on the corporate governance issue before accepting...
stemis
12/7/2022
07:09
Eclesby...not yet. They are temporarily delisted from the UK market pending the long awaited audit. Therefore you can't trade your shares. They aim to re-list end of September/early October. What the audit will bring and the price on re-listing is guesswork.
molatovkid
12/7/2022
07:06
Todays appointments + the resignation of Grant Thornton + difficulty finding a new auditor now all point to accounting issues. All of which can be resolved and will fade into DX history. Happier....
molatovkid
11/7/2022
22:14
If I take all the emotion out of this and take a big step back. There is something very much not right about this situation. Granted there are claims that the issue does not impact the financials. This alludes to that the issue relates to a senior executive or more than one and their actions. Conduct. So why not brief the market and take the necessary actions to rectify? Most companies do. At this point I am not big on trust here. The issue, well, maybe we will find out in time. Jury is out here.
mdm8
11/7/2022
12:26
marktime, lets see, but if there had been or is financially serious issue(s) to the business they would have had an obligation to have reported such. They have repeatedly said it is a governance not a financial issue, albeit it costs professional fees to sort it out. It is also historic IMO as they have a new auditor. DYOR, lets see
qs99
11/7/2022
12:20
have I lost my money ???
eclesby
07/7/2022
21:19
I think there is a lot in what you say that is perfectly reasonable. I do however wonder whether, perhaps understandably given what has eventuated over recent months, we are now too willing to anticipate downside, and too slow to accept that there may be a very profitable business and significant shareholder value, successfully disguised by managerial reticence and or incompetence. Time will, I suppose, tell.
everton448
07/7/2022
20:37
Actually not cr4p, look at the wording of the statement made by the auditors when they resigned because the board had, for over a year, failed to resolve a material issue. The resignation letter included allegations of potentially criminal conduct. I would be surprised if the manner of the resignation of auditors and non-execs has not prompted an external enquiry. It may be only a side issue to the core business, eg insider trading or misconduct by a senior person of some kind, but it should have been dealt with openly and promptly when instead it reads like a bodged effort to cover things up, hiding behind "privilege". Despite your determined optimism there is also a chance it could be more financially serious. You are the one who has been saying for all this time that it is all smoke without a fire, encouraged by the unaudited trading reports and wanting to ignore the red flags as probably trivial. That the board, which lacks independent non-execs now, still wants further time to internally study the issue should give no comfort. They are unlikely to be delaying or suppressing an outcome if it was good news. In the meantime it is foolish to trust what they say, and rather pointless speculating on the consequences while the shares remain suspended and we still don't know what the issue is.
marktime1231
07/7/2022
13:35
Christ, there's been some cr*p written on this board...
stemis
07/7/2022
13:07
Run by crooks?
marktime1231
07/7/2022
09:25
You're really not wrong! It is incredible. Odd to think that amongst all that chaos there might actually be a decent, profitable, cash generative business!
everton448
07/7/2022
09:22
What I find flabbergasting is that after all this time, all the water that has passed under the bridge, shareholders still don't have the faintest clue what particular improprities have been bestowed upon the company. Insane! Nuts!! UNBELIEVABLE!!!
my retirement fund
07/7/2022
08:29
Liberum now forecasting 20m PBT for 2022 (20% increase in their previous forecast) ie 2.6 eps - they are forecasting 3.4 eps for 2023 or 25.8 million PBT (this increasing their forecast by 10% for that year)
everton448
07/7/2022
08:08
The last forecast I have in my notes was for turnover of £409m for y/e 2022, so £425m is well ahead.
stemis
07/7/2022
07:41
Share price should be closer to mid/high 40s given that update . Cash generation is very high . Revenue really good . Don't know details on gross and net profit
croasdalelfc
07/7/2022
07:41
Net cash £27m and rising it appears, DYOR, trading ahead of expectations. I still think we will see a crash on re-admission, but that at the moment, could like a very good buying opportunity. Let's see what happens....roll on September! GLA/DYOR
qs99
07/7/2022
07:37
I don't think DX have suffered a fraud, that is a criminal act and they simply could not keep that under wraps. Whatever the issue/s are - they are not so bad to stop a new auditor coming in and getting on with the job. So the new auditor must see a way to 'manage the issue'. Other than that, the core business appears fine and why I bought in the first place, DX is flying! Perhaps we get out of this...
molatovkid
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