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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Eu Supply Plc LSE:EUSP London Ordinary Share GB00BFG35570 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 18.05 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 5.14 0.36 0.60 30.1 15
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 18.05 GBX

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02/12/2020
08:20
Eu Supply Daily Update: Eu Supply Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EUSP. The last closing price for Eu Supply was 18.05p.
Eu Supply Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 0p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 82,340,801 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Eu Supply Plc is £14,862,514.58.
13/5/2019
07:43
slicethepie: They do not need investment, the platform is now generating massive sums ie £600k in the last 5 weeks. Thomas has been offered a juicy number in his new job at murcell and has rolled over. The share price weakness following the dumping of city financial stake has allowed this low ball offer. I am disgusted that ii s that put £600k into this at a premium 12 months ago have now given this away at a point of massive inflexion. Big celebrations in Norway! Another win for Europe
10/5/2019
14:50
rivaldo: Recommended offer at 18.25p :o)) That's a lovely quick - and sizeable - gain. But a shame in some ways, as long-term I'm sure EUSP could have achieved a far higher share price. Short-term though they emphasise the need for investment, so as always on the markets there's a need to balance investment and profitability: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/mercell-holding-as/rns/recommended-cash-offer-for-eu-supply-plc/201905101543087228Y/
01/5/2019
06:48
hsduk101: Thanks rivaldo. Thats a hell of a buy at 4% im oretty sure this will raise a few eyebrows and no doubt spike the share price somewhat. Ive already bought on monday, so im alalong for the ride 😊
29/4/2019
08:30
rivaldo: Stockdale Securities have a Buy and a 25p target price per their latest 26th April 2019 note. However, Stockdale have recently been bought by Shore Capital, so I doubt I'll now have access to their research, and anyway the change of ownership may prompt EUSP to change advisers. Which may be a good thing and give EUSP's marketing fresh impetus.
26/4/2019
13:57
rivaldo: It's a microcap, so that's pretty self-evident! EUSP as such is suitable for those with patience. And patience is key to multibaggers from small caps. Assuming the company continues to prosper then investors will be able to sell easily at key points after results and contract RNS's. As always, portfolio diversification and spreading of risk is key. The borrowings are simply convertibles (at 10% interest). Essentially they're only redeemable by EUSP in another 18 months or so unless earlier at its option, or by the holders into shares at minimum 11.7p per share. Given the prospects it's likely that holders will convert into shares, but probably not until the last minute given the interest they're receiving. As EUSP's £1m or so cash pile increases they may ponder whether to redeem some of the convertibles early and save on interest payable.
26/4/2019
06:31
rivaldo: Indeed - on first read the results are very good and the outlook even better. A £7m m/cap for a company with a maiden £0.4m PBT, with more pretty odds-on this year plus very high recurring income, seems somewhat bizarre. And cash must be well over £1m now judging by the significant receipts this year. You could quibble that this year (unusually) £0.3m of R&D was capitalised, but this is perfectly legitimate, or that small grants are included in other income, which is also fine. But this is obviously a company on the rise which has a chance of very serious share price gains from this very low base imho.
17/4/2019
13:01
rivaldo: I came across this excellent series of articles analysing EUSP from a holder of the stock - although they're a year old they shed a lot of light on the company and are well worth reading: Http://wheeliedealer.weebly.com/educational-blogs/eu-supply-eusp-buy-rationale-part-1-of-2 Http://wheeliedealer.weebly.com/educational-blogs/eu-supply-eusp-buy-rationale-part-2-of-2 Http://wheeliedealer.weebly.com/educational-blogs/eu-supply-eusp-response-to-comments-from-andrew-latto
15/4/2019
10:14
rivaldo: Ticking up today on a healthy 360,000 shares traded. Hopefully the City Financial overhang is cleared or nearly cleared. The final results on 26th April should provide a healthy boost to sentiment and the share price given all the info we have.
11/4/2019
12:31
rivaldo: FYI, following the framework agreement award Stockdale Securities reiterated their Buy and 25p target. They forecast 0.7p EPS this year and 1.2p EPS next year, and said: "EU Supply (EUSP) has announced that it expects to release its FY2018 final results on 26 April 2019. It has also reiterated that it expects to report a maiden adj. PBT of £0.4m, as disclosed in the trading update on 8 February 2019. As such the share price fall due to the movement of a significant stake yesterday presents an excellent buying opportunity, in our view. We are encouraged that the development of the company’s supplier side services is proceeding to plan as these should increase recurring revenues in due course."
13/2/2019
08:53
rivaldo: From Stockdale's new note FYI: "Maiden PBT for FY2018 above expectations In its FY2018 trading update, EU Supply (EUSP) has announced that it expects to report adj. PBT of £0.4m vs the SSL forecast of £0.1m and a loss before tax of £0.2m in FY2017. The anticipated revenue of £5.1m was slightly below our £5.4m forecast and was up c.10% on the £4.7m reported for FY2017. Importantly, the recurring/repeat proportion of revenue was maintained at c.70%. The investment in the micro procurement solution is likely to increase recurring sales in due course. We retain our 25p DCF-derived TP and Buy rating. FY2018 was a watershed year for EUSP as it is going to report its maiden PBT of £0.4m. Part of the reason for the overshoot was that there was £0.3m of capitalised development vs our forecast of £0.1m. However, even allowing for this the adj. PBT was still around double our forecast. This was despite revenues of £5.1m coming in below our £5.4m forecast. We are encouraged that the percentage of recurring/repeat revenue was increased to c.70% in FY2018 vs 66% in FY2017. We highlighted both at the time of the fundraising in May 2018 and with the interim results in September 2018 that the micro procurement solution would not deliver any meaningful revenues until FY2020. As a consequence of maintaining our core revenue growth rate forecasts on the lower FY2018 sales base, we have reduced our sales forecasts to £5.6m (£6.0m) and £6.7m (£7.7m) for FY2019E and FY2020E respectively. However, partly because more of the additional development costs are being capitalised, we have increased our adj. PBT forecast for FY2019E to £0.5m (£0.1m) and only edged back the FY2020E forecast to £1.1m (£1.4m). As the vast majority of the micro procurement sales will be recurring, in our view, the quality of revenues will improve further in due course. We have argued consistently over the last 24-30 months that EUSP’s share price should improve as there is greater confidence in its ability to become sustainably profitable. With the move into adj. PBT profitability confirmed today, we believe that this is now the case, yet the share price has underperformed the market over the last 12 months. Even with the tweaks to our FY2019 and FY2020 forecasts, we are happy to maintain our conservative DCF-derived target price of 25p and our Buy rating."
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