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LIKE Likewise Group Plc

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Last Updated: 08:00:00
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Likewise Group Plc LIKE London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 14.50 08:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
14.50 14.50 14.50 14.50
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Posted at 21/5/2024 13:17 by my retirement fund
I'm not following your logic. Also, I suspect some of those expenses have been dressed up to look like exceptionals but will prove to be reaccuring unless they can think of new ways of hiding them.
Posted at 15/5/2024 16:40 by eigthwonder
Except Jet2 were genuinely better than Thomas Cook for the customer (service levels) and as a business model (tighter capital base much less in terms of forward commitments etc). HEAD is carrying too big an asset base for the new environment but I am not convinced that LIKE are going to turn the industry upside down as far as their customers are concerned.
Posted at 15/5/2024 16:32 by s34icknote
Reminds me of jet2 and Thomas cook Like vs headlam Where do Victoria fit amongst them ?
Posted at 15/5/2024 01:28 by s34icknote
Is like taking market share from Vcp and head ?
Posted at 14/5/2024 11:31 by eigthwonder
HEAD warning looks like they totted up the numbers to end April and realised they were so far short that it warranted a statement before the AGM in a couple of weeks time.

On another HEAD gets its numbers out in the first week of March and AGM in late May, but LIKE - the self-styled modern incarnation - doesn't release its numbers to the same period end of 31 December until the second half of May...? Why the delay?
Posted at 08/3/2024 19:21 by bda3490
Like the co but headlam shares are more easy to trade in this sector
Posted at 14/11/2023 11:30 by william127
Stated in January presentation that payments will come from cash by Tony Brewer. Since then interim dividend has started. Very heavily owned by directors I see no worries at all in financials with LIKE.
Posted at 10/11/2023 21:10 by velocytongo
One more thought on LIKE, if you add the amounts due next year to Valley and Delta, current assets do not cover current liabilities (i.e the current ratio). It is 0.94 and not above 1 as you would expect. This is a credit red flag for obvious reasons.

The share price is depressed for a reason.
Posted at 10/11/2023 16:35 by velocytongo
I agree with the comments about Headlam and these trade counters. Headlam did allude to financial stress amongst competitors at the most recent update and they may have been referring to LIKE

FD left (although still listed as working there on Linkedin) and that was slipped into the interims (and normally there is a separate announcement); the more pressing issue is the £4.2m in cash that is due Jan 2024 and £0.4m due April 2024.

As part of the Valley Wholesale Carpets acquisition

"The Company will also issue the Consideration Shares, being 5.0 million Ordinary Shares, to the Valley Wholesale Carpets Vendors. The Consideration Shares are underpinned by a £5.0 million valuation on the second anniversary (Jan 2024)of Acquisition Completion, such that, should the Consideration Shares be valued at less than £5.0 million on that date, the Company will pay the Valley Wholesale Carpets Vendors the difference in cash."

So, 5,000,000 shares are due to come onto the market in two months' time, and, assuming a share price of 16.4p, LIKE will have to pay out £4.18m in cash. I'm not sure the company envisaged this when it did the deal.

Likewise, excuse the pun, 500,000 shares are due on the market for the Delta acquisition with a v similar arrangement to the Valley deal.

"500,000 new £0.01 shares in Likewise Group Plc valued at £187,500 at the date of acquisition which includes a guaranteed cash payment of the difference between £1 per share and the share price on 1 April 2024. At current prices, the company will have to pay out a further £418k in April 2024."

This is going to make the going concern discussion with auditors interesting given c £28m in loans and leases. The share-related payments, totaling £4.6m between Jan and April, are going to use up the existing cash/liquidity of £4.5m. The company will need a v strong Xmas trading period.
Posted at 23/10/2023 17:36 by my retirement fund
Looks like a big holder has thrown the towl I and is existing at any cost. Big dumping going on.

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