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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.75 -2.33% 31.50 616,790 12:34:25
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
31.00 32.00 32.25 31.50 32.25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 329.30 -1.30 -0.30 181
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:26:00 O 223 31.00 GBX

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Dx (group) Daily Update: Dx (group) Plc is listed in the Industrial Transportation sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DX.. The last closing price for Dx (group) was 32.25p.
Dx (group) Plc has a 4 week average price of 30.75p and a 12 week average price of 30.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 38.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 15.75p.
There are currently 573,681,792 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 479,799 shares. The market capitalisation of Dx (group) Plc is £180,709,764.48.
stemis: Whatever the situation is with drivers, it doesn't seem to be interfering with DX.'s expansion plans. Another depot opens...
marktime1231: Yes you can raise prices if there is a shortage of delivery resource, but you can't sell delivery services if you can't supply them. If DX has beaten the market by training and recruiting new drivers instead of bleating about the problems, like many seem to be making excuses this was out of their control as if we hadn't had enough notice of Brexit or covid19, well it could be good news. Do you back the idea that management are up to making these challenges in to opportunities? Always suspicious when results are put back in the calendar at short notice without explanation, and deeply worrying when key announcements with errors have to be corrected ... it is someone's job to check and approve bulletins, makes you worry what else they are getting hopelessly wrong.
ls24: Driver shortage is a huge opportunity in a specialist sector like Freight, price increase until your hearts content as they have nowhere to go.
stemis: What the results will do is shift DX. from being a recovery stock to a growth stock. The forecast for 2020/1 is a PBT of £11.8m. I'm guessing there'll be no or little tax because they have tax losses of over £30m (accounts --> The unrecognised deferred tax assets of the Group at 27 June 2020 total £6.2 million (2019: £5.7 million), consisting of unused tax losses - I make that losses of £32.6m at 19%). So that'll be a P/E of 17.1. Broker expects PBT growth of 40% pa for each of next 2 years...
bigbigdave: 3 new depots, DX. must be mega busy.
stemis: Interesting reading the Finn Cap note issued on the 19th. They are forecasting an ebitda of £37.3m for y/e 30.6.21 (market cap at 33p = £189m). In the next two years they expect Express ebitda to increase by 12% and Freight by 27%. I don't think that's particularly aggressive, especially with all the depot expansion, so hopefully it's set up for underpromise, over deliver. However because of the iceberg effect, that will lead to a 95% increase in PBT, leaving DX. on an EPS of 3.3p which is a P/E of 10.1. For a company with forecast net cash of £33.4m (if all the VAT has been repaid by then) or ~£22m (if not) that seems pretty low.
marktime1231: Sat knee deep in cash beyond its previously stated investment needs, and in no rush to reward patient investors DX has gone from turning around to returning to profitability to now sounding like it is set on organic expansion. Investing for the long term. What or when is "the end". Growth not value you could say. Not sure how to test value actually, annual profits of around £15M on a turnover around £350M, and rising, but without any prospect of shareholder returns for another couple of years. The current share price around 35p is probably about right until the value is tested by someone showing interest. I could be persuaded to 50p if only they would resume a dividend with prospects of 6% yield. Like we were here for back in the day.
zico01: Share price rising in anticipation of a good trading update ... and it will not disappoint. Today's director buying is also helping !
everton448: Wonder whether this is the start of the share price gaining some traction as we approach the trading update next week?
spann_703: TMC was the first mining share I ever purchased - I bought at about £1, thought I was a genius as I watched it soar to £4-5... then it fell back to £1 at which point I bailed for a grand profit of £0. Definitely a lesson, and the parabolic arc of the TMC share price has ever since been in the back of my mind. These days I try to sell mining shares at regular intervals on the way up, assuming the price goes up at all. It means I don't have as many SLP for example left as I'd like, but that's the way it goes.
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