Gattaca Dividends - GATC

Gattaca Dividends - GATC

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Gattaca Plc GATC London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-1.50 -2.17% 67.50 14:30:05
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
69.00 67.50 69.00 69.00
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Industry Sector
SUPPORT SERVICES

Gattaca GATC Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
19/04/2018InterimGBX331/07/201731/01/201824/05/201825/05/201822/06/20183
09/11/2017FinalGBX1731/07/201631/07/201721/12/201722/12/201719/01/201823
20/04/2017InterimGBX631/07/201631/01/201725/05/201726/05/201716/06/20170
03/11/2016FinalGBX1731/07/201531/07/201617/11/201618/11/201616/12/201623
31/01/2016InterimGBX631/07/201531/01/201626/05/201627/05/201617/06/20160
29/10/2015FinalGBX16.3231/07/201431/07/201512/11/201513/11/201511/12/201522
09/04/2015InterimGBX5.6831/07/201431/01/201528/05/201529/05/201519/06/20150
14/10/2014FinalGBX14.5931/07/201331/07/201406/11/201407/11/201405/12/201420
08/04/2014InterimGBX5.4131/07/201331/01/201428/05/201430/05/201420/06/20140
15/10/2013FinalGBX12.8531/07/201231/07/201306/11/201308/11/201306/12/201318
11/04/2013InterimGBX5.1531/07/201231/01/201329/05/201331/05/201321/06/20130
04/10/2012FinalGBX10.631/07/201131/07/201207/11/201209/11/201207/12/201215.6
11/04/2012InterimGBX531/07/201131/01/201230/05/201201/06/201219/06/20120
06/10/2011FinalGBX10.631/07/201031/07/201102/11/201104/11/201102/12/201115.6
07/04/2011InterimGBX531/07/201031/01/201101/06/201103/06/201121/06/20110
07/10/2010FinalGBX10.631/07/200931/07/201003/11/201005/11/201003/12/201015.6
08/04/2010InterimGBX531/07/200931/07/201002/06/201004/06/201023/06/20100
08/10/2009FinalGBX10.631/07/200831/07/200904/11/200906/11/200904/12/200915.6
02/04/2009InterimGBX531/07/200831/01/200903/06/200905/06/200923/06/20090
14/10/2008FinalGBX10.631/07/200731/07/200805/11/200807/11/200805/12/200815.6
17/03/2008InterimGBX531/07/200731/01/200804/06/200806/06/200824/06/20080
08/10/2007FinalGBX9.331/07/200631/07/200707/11/200709/11/200730/11/200713.7
24/04/2007InterimGBX4.431/07/200631/01/200706/06/200708/06/200722/06/20070

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Posted at 08/7/2022 10:58 by dougmachin
What a lovely sight, GATC going up nice and steeply. FINALLY.
Posted at 29/6/2022 12:21 by dougmachin
GATC is one of the most illiquid shares I own. Big moves on tiny volumes. Maybe now is finally the time to average down...!!
Posted at 29/6/2022 12:17 by dougmachin
Gattaca plc - from Research Tree (Equity Development) - 31st March 2022 The shares appear oversold Successful investing is all about spotting opportunities and being prepared to hold through thick & thin. Take Gattaca, the UK's largest specialist engineering/tech recruitment agency. Its shares have fallen >70% (vs c. -25% sector) from their 52 week high of 285p - principally due to January’s profit warning. There is work to be done, but even so we believe the scale of the sell-off looks totally disproportionate to the issues involved (Re temporary disruption from a major IT system implementation, staff turnover/culture, etc). The economic backdrop remains healthy Indeed one might argue that - despite fears surrounding the cost of living crisis, geopolitics & a flattening yield curve - the macro environment for UK staffing firms (especially STEM related) is actually pretty robust. Characterised by demand far outstripping supply, increasing salaries, low unemployment (UK at 3.9%) and plentiful job vacancies for those seeking work. Green shoots tentatively appearing The good news is following the recent appointment of Matthew Wragg as CEO - a highly capable & experienced industry professional with ‘sales’ running through his veins. The early signs of a successful turnaround are tentatively taking shape, with productivity levels inching up anecdotally MoM since January. Furthermore the company is “seeing encouraging trends across many of its sectors”. Sure this won’t translate into the financials over-night, yet equally we suspect patient investors will be richly rewarded in the fullness of time. Ok, so what’s the outlook for FY’22? Well, near term the Board are guiding to a “breakevenR21; adjusted PBT. But expect FY’23 to “deliver a return to profitable and sustainable growth”, as the benefits of higher & more productive fee-earners drive the top line. Longer term too, the fundamentals are positive, especially for Gattaca’s sweet spots of software, digitisation, renewables (eg Off-shore wind & hydrogen), electrification, defence (cyber & marine), engineering and infrastructure (eg HS2, fibre-to-the-home, Lower Thames Crossing, etc). Our conservative forecasts still justify a 145p/share fair value Hence in this context, we have pencilled in FY23 PBT of £2.5m on NFI of £49.1m with a 145p/share fair value. Albeit these estimates are prudent, & we would ultimately hope to upgrade as key milestones are met. Similarly, we assume the FY22 dividend will be temporarily suspended, leaving net funds (pre IFRS16) of £5.0m as at Jul’22 (excluding £10.4m of non-recourse finance). Confident of driving future growth CEO Matthew Wragg adding: “We are in a strong position to focus our energy once again on our STEM markets, helping our customers with their talent challenges during a period of particularly high demand. It is against this backdrop that I am optimistic for the future and excited for everyone in the team.”
Posted at 06/4/2022 17:34 by casholaa
...more like lovid cows, wtf are they doing over at gatc....???
Posted at 31/3/2022 07:47 by edmonda
Gattaca is the UK's largest specialist engineering/tech recruitment agency. Its shares have fallen >70% (vs c. -25% sector) from their 52 week high of 285p - principally due to January’s profit warning. There is work to be done, but even so we believe the scale of the sell-off looks totally disproportionate to the issues involved (Re temporary disruption from a major IT system implementation, staff turnover/culture, etc). Following the recent appointment of Matthew Wragg as CEO - a highly capable & experienced industry professional with ‘sales’ running through his veins - the early signs of a successful turnaround are tentatively taking shape, with productivity levels inching up anecdotally MoM since January. Furthermore the company is “seeing encouraging trends across many of its sectors”. We have pencilled in FY23 PBT of £2.5m on NFI of £49.1m with a 145p/share fair value, albeit these estimates are prudent, and we would ultimately hope to upgrade as key milestones are met. Similarly, we assume the FY22 dividend will be temporarily suspended, leaving net funds (pre IFRS16) of £5.0m as at Jul’22 (excluding £10.4m of non-recourse finance). https://www.equitydevelopment.co.uk/research/the-shares-appear-oversold
Posted at 31/3/2022 07:39 by pinemartin9
Going to be interesting to see how the market responds. Results seem OK. A shame they can't turn a profit on their revenues but markets seem buoyant. No dividend. Surely can't go lower. I'm hoping we have a base to build on from here.
Posted at 31/1/2022 12:50 by doobz
It's also disappointing to see that Gatc isn't having any sort of boost with further confirmations of industry wide strength. I'd expect STHREE results to have bolstered some confidence in GATC today, they have underperformed but they have the opportunities in front of them to do well. I suspect the delays are due to new staff, that haven't really hit the ground running and taken advantage of the current climate. This could all change as they catch up. GLA
Posted at 28/11/2021 09:43 by antanatar
Gun AKA Genghis AKA Bad Robot. Thanks for replying to 3 of my points and ignoring the ones you couldnt answer. Analysts put price targets on shares based on the strength and future potential of companies Companies pay dividends to shareholders yo reward them but only instigate dividends if they are financially sound. And as for Robbie Burns his record speaks for itself If GATC moves lower on Monday which it may or may not do it will be due to the General market fall and extra covid (not lockdown) jitters. It wont be down to any failing of GATC. I also have made some more cash available by selling some GSK, at a profit i might add, purely for the potential of adding some more GATC at stupidly low prices. Anta
Posted at 26/11/2021 15:40 by antanatar
Ok, i've had enough fun playing with Bad Smell, he just keeps repeating himself and is devoid of facts so lets get on with the investing side of things. Todays drop is a combo of the whole market falling along with some additional covid jitters. Lets not lose sight of why GATC is an exceptional investment. 1.) GATC's market is in engineering, technical and scientific recruitment, at the moment there is a major shortage of these positions and employers are paying a premium to fill these vacancies. GATC is well positioned to take advantage of this, there is currently NO mention of an imminent lockdown, this country is well vaccinated and the Govt would potentially run through several stages of remedial action before it would get to this. If lockdown does occur the hardest hit would be the retail and hospitality sectors which GATC has little or no involvement in. Speaking from a personal standpoint I am a Calibration Engineer and during the last lockdown I was only away from site for 3 weeks. 2.) GATC has decent level of net cash 3.) Re-introduction of dividend 4.) Director buying was in the mid 200p range, shows confidence in the company 5.) A re-iteration of a 275p price target by Liberium 6.) A potential future takeover bid by Morson who hold a 20% stake 7.) Robbie Burns (AKA The Naked Trader) has taken several positions in GATC over the last year Pretty compelling reasons if you ask me, please do your own research. There are people on this board who are trying to make you fearful of this share, they want you to be fearful for their own ends and have no interest in the company doing well. Anta
Posted at 24/11/2021 07:06 by antanatar
Bad Robot 9 Nov '21 - 10:21 - 748 of 877 0 1 1 Mister Antanatar does make sense; it's good to have a great poster, not pump and dump merchant, poor scamming chancers. If what Mister Antanatar is saying is correct, perhaps 285p is on the low side of the spectrum. I did not understand yesterday -10% fall; it is becoming apparent that's an MMS game to gather cheap shs for them. There was nothing more sinister. Look at one delayed reporting buys, from two and one hours ago. BR IN BR WE TRUST RED MERCURY CREW Bad Robot23 Nov '21 - 19:41 - 42 of 44 0 1 1 Sad very sad. Liar caught hands in the till. Perhaps his bro can get him a job in Lidl Passau. Now let us talk about GATC, what happens to the share price in lockdown? 50p or 20p? BR IN BR WE TRUST RED MERCURY CREW Antanatar23 Nov '21 - 18:28 - 41 of 41 (Filtered) How can i be sad to re-show a post by you that shows how two faced you are? One moment you say that the GATC price would be low at 285p then the next it will go to 50p. Classic pump and dump attitude. In the next breath you are saying that GATC is a great company but it needs to go into private hands. If you were an investor you wouldnt say that unless you just want to cause aggro or are shorting them so which one is it? At least me and a few others on here are transparent with what we want, WE TRUTHFULLY think GATC is a great company with great prospects and are putting our money where our mouth is expecting a rise in price. OH and by the way if you keep filtering me why is it that you keep responding?
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