Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gama Aviation LSE:GMAA London Ordinary Share GB00B3ZP1526 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +3.00p +1.18% 257.00p 252.00p 262.00p 257.00p 254.00p 254.00p 12,882 12:06:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 203.0 19.3 38.1 6.8 110.50

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/2/2018
12:27
Good to see GMAA still looking strong. The price held nicely when the markets fell despite a few panickers, and it's moving back up on low volumes. Which hopefully means there's not much stock around.
rivaldo
19/2/2018
13:34
Cheers glawsiain, starting to move nicely now. 325p would be a start, but WH Ireland's 370p is more realistic imo.
rivaldo
19/2/2018
12:28
Thx glawsiain.
fizzypop
19/2/2018
12:16
Simon thompson has just published an update, hence the noon spike. A couple of quotes: "The fundraising makes commercial and strategic sense. Around $19.8m (£14.2m) of the capital will be used to acquire Hutchinson’s Hong Kong aviation interests, including a 20 per cent stake in China Aircraft Services, a company founded in 1995 and one of only three operators that provide maintenance, repair and overhaul aviation services at Hong Kong International Airport. The $16m being paid for that stake implies a value of $80m for the equity, hardly a punchy valuation for a business that made pre-tax profits of $7.8m in its last financial year and has net assets of $72m." ... "In the near term, the placing will be dilutive to EPS, which is why analyst John Cummins at broking house WH Ireland expects EPS to dip from 32.9¢ to 30¢ this year, even though pre-tax profits are forecast to rise 29 per cent to $22.6m on revenues up 18 per cent to $691m. The payoff will be seen in 2019 when he predicts a 50 per cent hike in pre-tax profits to $33.1m on revenues of $758m to deliver EPS of 41.2¢, or almost 30p, implying the shares are being priced on a forward PE ratio of 8.5. It’s not hard to understand why chief executive Marwan Khalek is investing £625,000 of his own money to purchase 255,000 shares in the placing. I continue to rate Gama’s shares a buy and reiterate my 325p target price"
glawsiain
19/2/2018
12:02
last trading statement says "Gama Aviation will release its full year results on 19(th) March 2018. "
glawsiain
19/2/2018
11:04
Are results imminent? I have a note that they were today.
fizzypop
19/2/2018
09:23
I note that the RNS also confirms GMAA's intentions to use part of the proceeds for acquisitions in both Air and Ground in the UK and Middle East. So it's likely that the paltry fundamentals above will be improved even further. Good to see GMAA tipped here as part of an article on small-cap growth stocks (I hold LPA and KWS which are also tipped): Https://www.stockopedia.com/content/in-search-of-small-cap-growth-stocks-that-can-resist-market-volatility-315418/?utm_source=Stockopedia&utm_campaign=a452381058-Newsletter+15+February+2018+-+Non+Subscribers&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_268b4798a8-a452381058-31275461 GMAA meets Giles Hargreave's rules for such growth stock investing per the article: •Positive earnings-per-share (EPS) that have been growing by more than 10% compounded over three and five years. •Return on Capital of more than 12%. •Net Margins are increasing year-on-year. •Positive relative price strength. •A constituent of the FTSE SmallCap or AIM All-Share index.
rivaldo
19/2/2018
07:40
Excellent news whilst I was on hols re the 245p placing to fund further growth - really hardly any discount considering GMAA's usual volatility and illiquidity, which should now be reduced somewhat. In particular, great to see the mighty Hutchison Whampoa taking 21% of GMAA. This is a big vote of confidence going forward. The confidence in saying this so early in the financial year is also striking: "Directors are confident in the strength of the Group's operations and believe the Company is well placed to achieve its expectations in the current year" WH Ireland's forecast is now for 30c EPS this year rising to 41.2c EPS next year. That's a forward P/E of just 8.8 - and a PEG of a miniscule 0.23! Their 370p price target implies 43% share price upside from here.
rivaldo
16/2/2018
15:25
From stockmarketwire: 'Neil Medley, Executive Director, received in lieu of fees/salary 25,000 shares in the company on the 15th February 2018 at a price of 0.00p. The Director now holds 25,000 shares.' 'Neil Medley, Executive Director, bought 25,000 shares in the company on the 13th February 2018 at a price of 255.00p. The Director now holds 50,000 shares.'
mfhmfh
14/2/2018
18:06
Daily Telegraph Business section 14/2/2018 : " Update : Gama Aviation . Gama Aviation , tipped at 193.5p in August last year , has announced plans to raise £ 48M by selling new shares . Gama's existing partner in Hong Kong , Hutchinson Whampoa , has committed £ 32.7M for 21pc of Gama's enlarged equity . " This is a coup for Gama , giving it the financial firepower to take the company to the next level " , said Nick Hawthorn of Downing , who holds shares in the group . " Since we invested , management have done everything they said they would . It's only a matter of time before the true potential of this business is realised . The shares continue to look cheap at only 8.8 times 2019 earnings . We believe that they deserve to be rated at least in line with peers at 12.5 times earnings , which would imply a share price of 370p " . Questor [ the Telegraph's shares tipster ] says : buy . That is the complete and unexpurgated text .
mrnumpty
10/2/2018
10:25
Looks like GMMA, are looking to move to the next level. Gama Aviation PLC Proposed Placing to raise £48 million. LONDON (Alliance News) - Gama Aviation PLC said on Friday it intends to raise GBP48.0 million through a placing of 19.6 million shares at a price of 245.00 pence per share. Shares in the aviation services provider closed up 0.4% at 265.00 pence on Friday. USD18.9 million of proceeds will go towards acquiring Hutchison Capital Holdings Ltd's Hong Kong aviation interests, comprising a 50% stake in Gama Aviation Hutchison Holdings Ltd and a 20% stake in China Aircraft Services Ltd. Proceeds will also go towards a capital investment in two ground base maintenance facilities in the US and developing the Sharjah business aviation centre in the Middle East, and targeting opportunities in Europe and Middle East. The shares issued will represent a 31% interest in Gama Aviation's enlarged issued share capital. Jefferies International Ltd is acting as global coordinator, nominated adviser and broker to Gama Aviation. In addition, Gama Aviation said that underlying earnings for 2017 is set to be in line with management expectations. Should the placing go through, Gama Aviation will have 63.6 million shares issued overall.
igoe104
07/2/2018
13:24
yes, thats my thinking as well. GMMA are ready to go to the next level, £3 +
igoe104
07/2/2018
11:45
Rising nicely today - encouraging that comparative to other stocks it barely fell at all over the last couple of days.
rivaldo
02/2/2018
13:04
Decent £20,000 buy at the full 270p offer price.
rivaldo
01/2/2018
14:14
Nice positive intra-day turnaround. Cheers ai2.
rivaldo
30/1/2018
09:02
Thanks for the Simon Thompson write up, rivaldo. All very encouraging. This is pretty clearly a very undervalued share.
aimingupward2
29/1/2018
22:58
Tipped as follows by the IC's Simon Thompson - hopefully more buying to come tomorrow: "Gama in the ascent Shares in Aim-traded Gama Aviation (GMAA:260p), an operator of privately owned jet aircraft, have reacted positively to a pre-close trading update ahead of results on Monday, 19 March 2018. I expect the share price to continue to make headway towards the 325p target price I set out at the time of the interims ('Riding earnings momentum', 6 September 2017). Analyst John Cummins at broking house WH Ireland expects revenues to have climbed by over a third to $586m in 2017, buoyed by significant growth in Gama’s US air division following the Landmark fleet joint venture with BBA Aviation (BBA), and in its US ground handling business, too. As expected Gama’s European air division has produced a far better margin improvement on the back of cost savings. As a result, pre-tax profits are forecast to rise by 28 per cent to $17.5m and deliver EPS of 32.9¢. The strong operational progress is set to continue in the new financial year especially as the US economy remains buoyant, suggesting that Mr Cummins’ EPS estimate of 36¢ is well supported. On this basis, Gama’s shares are rated on 10 times earnings estimates. One reason for the modest rating is that Gama is involved in legal proceedings relating to its legacy Hangar 8 business brought by its former chief executive Dustin Dryden who resigned in September 2015. In a separate case, the company is trying to recover a long standing trade receivable on which it holds adequate security. The board expect the net effect of these proceedings to lead to a net cash inflow to the company. I am unconcerned. More importantly, with net debt reduced by almost a third to $13m year-on-year, and the trading outlook upbeat, I would expect a hike on last year’s dividend of 2.6p a share and see potential for further earnings-accretive bolt-on acquisitions. Buy."
rivaldo
29/1/2018
14:51
This isn't the first time someone has been selective with their comments, and every time the price has gone back up.
corrientes
29/1/2018
13:30
indeed, My glass of champagne will taste even sweeter, when DD has to pay out.
igoe104
29/1/2018
12:11
Indeed igoe, looks like a planted non-story if ever I saw one. GMAA really don't seem bothered.
rivaldo
29/1/2018
12:10
Read that article and got out at 259 very illiquid share, had trouble selling
lancasterbomber
29/1/2018
10:49
Looks like DD, has strong connections in the times ? Wishful thinking, on the rags behalf. Just a reminder. Litigation The remaining proceedings fall into two categories, the first involves proceedings by the Company to recover long-standing trade receivables that amount to approximately US$5.5m. The Company has made adequate provisions or holds security against these claims and as a result the Board does not expect any further provisions will be required. In addition, based on legal advice, the Board considers the proceedings to recover these receivables are likely to be successful. The second involves a number of proceedings brought against the Company in which the claimants seek to recover damages for alleged contractual breaches which amount to approximately US$15.3m. Based on a detailed analysis of the claims and legal advice, the Board believes that these claims are speculative and/or overlapping and the Company continues to vigorously defend them. By the time all these proceedings, some of which are with the same counterparties, are determined or settled, the Board expects the overall awards and settlements to result in a cash inflow to the Company
igoe104
26/1/2018
15:30
Another £85,000 of buys this afternoon have burst the dam....
rivaldo
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