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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Leeds Group Plc LSE:LDSG London Ordinary Share GB0005100606 ORD 12P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 27.50 25.00 30.00 27.50 27.50 27.50 1,786 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 35.1 -2.0 -8.6 - 8

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/7/2014
23:23
Results good enough to cover a dividend, but I fancy we won't receive one.
coolen
29/7/2014
19:39
Final results dates 31/07/2012 30/07/2013 Might get some final results tomorrow or Thursday ?
oooff
27/6/2014
11:57
Bit of a tick up in the share price over the last 48 hours, not heard anything.....
tiredoldbroker
14/6/2014
04:01
Sunningdale is part of Kirch. Last I heard about him was that he was unwell with cancer & and busy distributing his fortune to his fellow old age pensioners on Jersey. Quite what his intentions are with LDSG is a moot point, but certainly not aggressive imho.
baronet
09/6/2014
22:25
I suspect but cannot prove that Sunningdale is part of the Kirch empire.
russman
09/6/2014
14:49
Presumably the "Sunningdale Investments" who just revealed 6% is the Jersey, and not the English, company of that name ? Any knowledge of Sunningdale's backers ?
coolen
28/1/2014
22:15
Arthur, are Gyllie and Dividends not a contradiction ? Has he ever issued a dividend warrant ? Would luv to see that email (!)..... but that would be a touch naughtie to ask.
coolen
28/1/2014
09:21
tiredoldbroker Likewise & agreed. At least we are now back [in nominal terms] to where we were in 2001 !!!
baronet
27/1/2014
13:49
I've sat on a chunk of these for so many years, and I have to admit..... I have no idea what is going on!
tiredoldbroker
18/1/2014
01:39
Russman Good point you make & a distinct possibility. In this age of QE & almost zero interest rates one can see the logic of the Kirch investment.
baronet
17/1/2014
22:57
Kirch would not have bought unless he had a plan how to sell it. Selling his stake back to LDSG for a small profit is the easy solution.
russman
17/1/2014
10:48
Russman. Last I heard he was sadly with cancer & busy distributing his fortune to the OAP on Jersey !!! Noble indeed, but quite where that leaves his stake & intent with regard to LDSG is a moot point ?
baronet
16/1/2014
19:38
I wonder what Kirch will do.
russman
16/1/2014
17:02
Good figures, but while the Swedes are controlling LDSG its hard to see how full value will ever be reflected in the absence of a sale to a 3rd party. Their record of investment/diversification [other than Hemmers] has been disastrous. Best hope is for an outright sale of the company to an Asian/Chinese buyer or maybe even better a reverse takeover by a Chinese company seeking a London listing with the prospect of a dividend & stupendous growth !!!!
baronet
16/1/2014
08:30
Good steady business set for future growth just don't expect any dividend payments, but it's hard to whinge too much if the share price continues increasing so I'm happy enough
playful
16/1/2014
07:49
They're out and they're good but with Peter G and Per Claesson owning over half and no prospect of a divi, you have to hope they're building it up for a future sale. Still obviously worth twice as much though? No pos'n.
gingerplant
16/1/2014
07:49
They're out and they're good but with Peter G and Per Claesson owning over half and no prospect of a divi, you have to hope they're building it up for a future sale. Still obviously worth twice as much though? No pos'n.
gingerplant
15/1/2014
19:15
Any sight of the interims?
russman
25/11/2013
23:42
No idea what these 18.5k trades are today.
russman
22/11/2013
12:52
Well said, baronet!
callumross
21/11/2013
20:51
I think that the Swedes have missed the boat.
russman
20/11/2013
22:02
Arthur, spot on ! This guy hates writing cheques to his investors, especially for dividends. The proposed cash spend on acquisitions will be another excuse to keep the pen in his pocket.
coolen
20/11/2013
20:04
Someone should have pointed out to Johann their awful record of making disparate "investments" with shareholders cash. Hemmers is making well over £1m a year and the holding company has a couple of million in cash they can easily afford a dividend, they're just trying to keep the price down imo. I sold mine after 10 years for a respectable profit so i'm not bitter or anything but I believe the price could be so much higher if this company was better run.
arthur_lame_stocks
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