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Goodwin Plc

-10.00 (-0.23%)
Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Goodwin Plc GDWN London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-10.00 -0.23% 4,420.00 12:00:14
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
4,420.00 4,420.00 4,420.00 4,430.00
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Goodwin GDWN Dividends History

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Posted at 01/6/2023 09:27 by cfro
My maths isn't great but i do know that 411,371 does not go into 180,000 Lol..

Therefore there will be many disappointed investors. There are one or two important figures we don't know however like the total number of shareholders in GDWN and the total number of shareholders who tendered.

We will have to wait to find out.

Posted at 30/5/2023 07:21 by arregius
Gdwn tender offer due today
Posted at 09/5/2023 12:44 by shanklin
JAF, Its worth reading the circular on the GDWN website.

If the total tendered is less than 180k, then everybody sells the amount they tendered at £48.

If more than 180k are tendered, let's call that x shares:
- First, for each shareholder, anything that is tendered up to 2.34% of their holding, will be bought in full, lets call that y shares;
- The balance that has been tendered is (x-y), with (180k-y) shares still available
- As per the circular, everybody who tendered above 2.34% then sells (180k-y)/(x-y) of the number of shares they tendered above the 2.34%, at £48.

Posted at 06/5/2023 12:09 by jaf111
I don’t disagree tiswas….and in a sense I hope you are right in which case the tender % could be considerably higher!

Actually I am still mulling over my options….for me GDWN is such a classic long term hold so why would I want to sell any? But then again the tender price is quite attractive 😀

It will be interesting to see how the price moves over the coming days….I was surprised it only rose 6% on the news but think it will go to 45 before the tender offer closes.

Posted at 06/5/2023 09:52 by felix99

Final options on the 2016 LTIP were exercised here 1 June 21 - so all paid out and in the share price as it were

Posted at 05/5/2023 16:23 by cfro
Not keen on tenders either and would have preferred a special dividend. However this will take the shares bought out of circulation and hence lift the bottom line numbers.

You will be able to sell at c. 20% higher than today's price but i seem to be stubbornly of the view not to let any of my shares go at all. A tricky decision and still have a few weeks to think about it.

Edit: it's only 2.34% of your holding you can tender, hence if you think about it is a bit pointless. Directors are not selling (apart from Betty apparently) so this is a non-event really and probably best ignored.

Posted at 05/5/2023 15:04 by jaf111
Actually my conclusion from the RNS is simple….no change from before….which is that Goodwin remains a superb company with excellent prospects…almost the perfect company for a long term investment

The only other company I rate as highly being Judges Scientific….

One can quibble over special divi share buyback or tender offer etc but I am more than happy to trust the management…..

Interesting it appears that the Goodwin family are not going to participate in the tender….I have not decided what I shall do.

Happy days.

Posted at 05/5/2023 14:01 by garbetklb
So what's your conclusion from the RNS....? Why the tender rather than i special dividend? And why not simply buy back in the market?
Posted at 14/3/2023 13:20 by arregius
I dont think gdwn investors would worry about next earning. Company is investing longterm and i love it
Posted at 18/2/2022 13:31 by km18
...from last year...

Company overview:
Goodwin is a provider of high quality designed and manufactured products for numerous sectors. The company operates through 2 divisions: Mechanical engineering and Refractory engineering. The former supplying in-house designed and manufactured metallic, composite and electronic products. The Refractory’s focus is  mineral based products and processed minerals. Company’s products can be found in a wide variety of sectors, such as Aerospace, automotive, construction, defence, fire protection etc. The group benefits from a fine balance of well-diversified product line and deep understanding of each individual business. Goodwin follows  mixed strategy of innovation in design and cost reduction.
Latest trading update for the 12-month period ending in April looks positive, with a big result for H2 PBT of £10.7m, vs the H1 figure of £5.8m. Now we should consider the fact that ending period results could present mirky details, cause by reconciliations. Shareholders will be happy to hear that management has proposed an increase dividend of 102.24p, a 25% increase from the last one. Simplifying the statements, below we can see good profit margin channelling a healthy increase in diluted EPS of 59%, at 164.2p. P/E is, therefore, reduced from the sky highs of 30 last year, to a modest 18. Consistent dividend pay-out is another factor playing in favour of the stock, with the last 3 years divis substantially higher than normal. Cash flow important information consists of dividends easily covered by FCF, making them sustainable, and expectations for lower CapEx in future periods, as this year company invested in building a new facility....from WealthOracleAM

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