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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
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
  1.20 5.22% 24.20 23.60 24.60 25.30 23.30 24.00 4,912,559 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 329.3 -1.3 -0.3 - 139

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/10/2017
11:08
To who wskill?
tuftymatt
12/10/2017
07:32
When it has been overhauled by new management I am sure it will be sold.
wskill
12/10/2017
07:26
I think that's probably true but this is a recovery not a yield play...
stemis
12/10/2017
06:13
The bondholders will control the company. There will be no dividend payments over the period that the convertibles are outstanding.
effortless cool
11/10/2017
16:32
This has in the past managed to finance large divi payouts, for the moment that is out of the question, however if the restructuring goes according to plan, with new business like IKEA then maybe in the future.....
freddie ferret
11/10/2017
14:14
SteMis that isn't a bad summary, but even half that gives double today's share price, assuming LN's are not bought out earlier....DYOR
qs99
11/10/2017
14:12
Certainly volatile today ;)
mister md
11/10/2017
13:27
If loan note holders convert then original shareholders will be left with 45% of the company. That 45% is current valued at £26m. Is that good value? It depends whether £57m (at 13p) is a decent valuation for a pretty much debt free business turning over £300m or so. In 2014 and 2015 it was achieving earnings of £22m. If the turnround is successful then 50p (mkt cap = £220m) doesn't seem an unrealistic target...
stemis
11/10/2017
12:15
yes a big BUT......should they make a decent attempt though, there could be some decent shareholder value left....also surely they could buyout the loan notes if a success as well thus avoiding the dilution. But do you think c.£300m of turnover should get a better return than it is currently doing and for a market cap of peanuts really? DYOR etc, not for widows and orphans!
qs99
11/10/2017
12:14
Company now appears to be effectivly owned by loan note holders (interpreting the spmall print inc PIC) not sure what will be left for the old original shareholdwes. share price increase as mentioned above could well be shorts closing. OK new management lots of knowledge and practice in this area so might pull it off BUT .....
pugugly
11/10/2017
11:58
well it does IMO look a very interesting recovery play with new management team and working capital issues now it would appear / DYOR / resolved. Sometimes those provide good material upside for the brave! GLA
qs99
11/10/2017
11:13
interesting price action here - shorts closing or stake building ?
mister md
11/10/2017
10:32
DX. never claimed they had the contract for all IKEA stores. What they said was "DX already provides IKEA with a flexible, bespoke logistics solution to support IKEA's online sales in two regions and its store business in Reading. The Company will now support IKEA's sales across seven additional stores." Wincanton's contract covers 3 stores in the SE...
stemis
11/10/2017
10:30
Or more accurately, looks like ALBANYVILLAS is economical with intelligence.
effortless cool
11/10/2017
09:30
wincanton also has ikea deal looks like DX were economical with troofh
albanyvillas
11/10/2017
09:15
Wow this has seen a much needed boost because of the recent debt restructure news. I guess a company that can afford to be open for business has to be viewed in a better light than one that had to sell off the family silver to survive. I really hope they now focus for the long term and look to make a few quid rather than waste money as has been the case in recent years.
tuftymatt
10/10/2017
08:26
Private equity seems to be getting involved which is probably a good sign. I think these guys are specialising to turn around struggling businesses: hTTp://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/ELTA/share-news/Electra-Private-Equity-PLC-Director-Declaration/75819161?xref=newsalert
depester
09/10/2017
16:15
Chart still looks a bit manic depressive however overall it seems to have been going up. We are now within a sliver of the suspension price. The shorters must be burning.
freddie ferret
09/10/2017
14:30
Surely the objective of Gatemore is to tart this up for a sale?
stemis
09/10/2017
10:20
Positive if you want out while the shares are up
tenniselbow
09/10/2017
10:13
It kind of reminds of a pay day loan. One day you are struggling to pay the gas bill then you sort it out at a high rate of interest so think everything is ok again. The only trouble is your stuck in a downward spiral but it just doesn't feel that much of a decline right now. Does that that makes sense?
tuftymatt
09/10/2017
08:17
So shareholders have a free vote do they? Are they saying this is happening with or without approval - but if shareholders do not approve we will hit them in the wallet hard ! Such a nice set of directors....
fenners66
09/10/2017
07:44
I think this is what is commonly referred to as being held over a barrel... If shareholder approval is not obtained by 31/12/2017 (see 7. Shareholder Approvals): "from and including 1 January 2018, the annual interest on the Tranche 1 Loan Notes will increase by an additional 8 per cent. accruing quarterly in arrears, all of which increased interest will be rolled into the principal as PIK" "For the avoidance of doubt, if shareholder approval is not obtained as set out in paragraph 7 above, and the security is not put in place as set out above, the interest on the Tranche 1 Loan Notes will increase in each case by 8 per cent. to a total of 24 per cent." 10. Additional Risk Fee The Tranche 1 Lenders (which are Gatemore and the proposed directors) shall be entitled to a fee in the amount of 5 per cent. on their subscribed Tranche 1 amounts, which shall be added as PIK to the principal amount owed under the Tranche 1 Loan Notes in full as at the subscription date. HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/dx--group--plc--dx--/rns/-24m-fundraising--ceo-appointment---board-changes/201710090700040021T/
speedsgh
09/10/2017
07:42
Plus an additional 8% if fixed charge on properties not in place by end of year plus 8% if shareholder approval not obtained by end of year. i.e a possible total of 24%. At least, that how I read it. Could be wrong.
typo56
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