Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Gyg PLC LSE:GYG London Ordinary Share GB00BZ4FM652 ORD GBP0.002
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 117.50p 115.00p 120.00p 117.50p 117.50p 117.50p 37,263 06:41:48
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation - - - - 54.80

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03/8/2017
07:21
Yachting woes on the French Riviera: Http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/08/02/saint-tropez-gets-sinking-feeling-number-yachts-marina-plunges/ GYG has no presence there at the moment, I believe. First half was to 30 June. No trading statement, but results will be next month.
jonwig
13/7/2017
17:51
Grant of nil-cost share options: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/gyg-plc--gyg-/rns/director-pdmr-shareholding/201707131721050465L/ To be granted on basis of FY19 eps targets. However, I can't find these targets in the prospectus. (And its rather a lot of shares!)
jonwig
12/7/2017
15:42
Old Mutual, for its funds: 11.36% 46,640,000 shares.
jonwig
06/7/2017
08:38
Good story here, can see this going much higher. Yield is a bonus.
its the oxman
06/7/2017
06:37
Http://www.superyachtnews.com/business/global-yachting-group-to-be-listed-on-london-stock-exchange
jonwig
05/7/2017
17:19
Https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Books/Where-Are-Customers-Yachts-Investment/0471770892
spob
05/7/2017
17:11
Admission Doc - Http://www.globalyachtinggroup.com/wp-content/uploads/Admission-Document-GYG-plc.pdf
spob
05/7/2017
12:51
IC target 150
nw99
05/7/2017
12:15
On a quick scan, it looks as though directors paid themselves 1.2m out of 5m (euros) profit last year. Compare that with Watkin Jones which made £38m and directors got £1m. MCap is 11x GYG's.
jonwig
05/7/2017
10:39
edmonda - thanks. Looks quite interesting. I see Woodford are (naturally?) the leading shareholders followed by Lonsdale with 17% apiece. Debt looks managed and should reduce. Rating at first sight pretty undemanding.
jonwig
05/7/2017
10:20
Bit of a difference in business models versus 'Genus' !! GYG used to be called Global Yachting Group (they paint and maintain $$$ superyachts) - introductory research note out this morning from Equity Dev : https://www.equitydevelopment.co.uk/edreader/?d=%3D%3DAOxMjM
edmonda
05/7/2017
10:07
i guess advfn will update that soon
spob
05/7/2017
08:49
Hmm - the header's a bit misleading: it's called GYG Holdings. They've adopted the ticker of a (presumably) defunct company. Not your fault!
jonwig
04/7/2017
12:29
Company website - Http://www.globalyachtinggroup.com Schedule - Http://www.investegate.co.uk/aim/rns/schedule-one----gyg-plc/201706210730016519I/ ITF - Http://www.investegate.co.uk/gyg-plc/rns/intention-to-float-on-aim/201706200700045648I/ Admission Doc - Http://www.globalyachtinggroup.com/wp-content/uploads/Admission-Document-GYG-plc.pdf ED note - Https://www.equitydevelopment.co.uk/edreader/?d=%3D%3DAOxMjM Placing Price 100p Gross proceeds of the Placing GBP6.9 million Percentage of Enlarged Ordinary Share Capital represented by the Placing Shares 14.9% Market Capitalisation at the Placing price GBP46.6 million Number of Ordinary Shares in issue at Admission 46,640,000
spob
31/1/2008
21:13
A fond farewell to one of my favourite shares - Gyrus has never given me a sleepless night, excellent products, excellent strategy, and excellent management team. I think a special thanks is due to Brian Steer who with his team have pulled off some remarkably smooth takeovers and integrations over the pond. US takeovers have historically been the kiss of death for UK firms. Gyrus has done it twice, doubling in size each time and kept the sales growing throughout - a truly magnificent achievement. Best wishes for your success in Olympus. Its going to be difficult to replace this quality in the Maddox portfolio. Regards, Maddox
maddox
09/1/2008
22:45
Au revoir GYG - it's been a pleasure. 630p cash to be received no later than 15th February: http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=200801091633154462L Next :o))
rivaldo
28/12/2007
11:10
Likewise. Wish there were more threads like it.
wjccghcc
28/12/2007
10:29
And from me too - it's been a civilised and balanced thread. FYI from today's Telegraph: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/money/main.jhtml;jsessionid=GIIHJCG2QT4VNQFIQMGSFF4AVCBQWIV0?view=DETAILS&grid=&xml=/money/2007/12/28/cxmktrep128.xml "Gyrus in focus Keyhole surgery equipment maker Gyrus came sharply into focus yesterday as the proposed £935m acquisition of the group by Japanese camera giant Olympus cleared US competition hurdles. The 630p-a-share deal was announced in November - news that saw the Reading-based group's shares spike by 50pc - and yesterday's development prompted a further rise of 24 to 620p. The purchase must now gain approval from European competition authorities as well as Gyro's shareholders and is expected to be completed by February. Gyrus makes a range of keyhole surgery equipment, including forceps to tiny cameras used to view internal organs. It has a division that concentrates on ear, nose, head and neck treatments, as well as another focusing on the lower abdomen. The company also has a strong position in the US, which recently caused its numbers to be hit by the weak dollar. In employs around 1,600 staff worldwide. While Olympus is best known for its more traditional cameras, the Japanese group is also one of the world's largest medical camera makers. The deal will further expand its position in the US. Gyrus is led by chief executive Roy Davis, who was recently promoted after almost four years as chief operating officer. Gyrus was floated 10 years ago and last year announced a 46pc rise in pre-tax profits to £10m on revenues 42pc higher at £213m."
rivaldo
27/12/2007
15:48
I have been away and so missed the excitement. Nice to see one bright spot though in what is generally a sea of red. Might as well hold on for the full ammount now. Thanks to all the contibuters on the thread.
johnroger
27/12/2007
08:23
Yep, even more so now after today's news. Good to see the February deadline for completion, which presumably explains today's rise - sooner than I thought it would be.
rivaldo
19/12/2007
21:20
Rivaldo, Agreed, I would have expected anoter bidder to have thrown their hat into the ring by now. Also, the share price would have signalled an interest. This looks like a done deal. Regards, Maddox
maddox
18/12/2007
07:46
The offer document's being published, so the Offer looks nailed on - getting a bit late for other approaches now. The share price should now approach the full 630p offered.
rivaldo
21/11/2007
15:35
Ta for that WJ. Tomatoman (good name!), we only know it'll be the "first half of 2008". I intend to hold and wait for a little while and if no further bid interest arises then I'll probaly sell too. I'd have thought we'll know fairly quickly if there's any other bidders out there.
rivaldo
21/11/2007
11:46
Does anyone know when we're likely to see the money. I'm wondering whether it's worth selling now rather than wait.
tomatoman2
20/11/2007
22:26
rivaldo, I think the rule is that you have to bid at the highest price you've paid for shares in the market in the last 6 months. So they can't pay more than 630p in the market but they can pay less if people are willing to sell.
wjccghcc
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