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LDG Logistics Development Group Plc

10.80
0.50 (4.85%)
Last Updated: 15:16:30
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Logistics Development Group Plc LSE:LDG London Ordinary Share GB00BD8QVC95 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.50 4.85% 10.80 10.40 11.20 10.80 10.375 10.38 662,463 15:16:30
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Management Consulting Svcs -9.54M -10.12M -0.0186 -5.71 57.72M
Logistics Development Group Plc is listed in the Management Consulting Svcs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LDG. The last closing price for Logistics Development was 10.30p. Over the last year, Logistics Development shares have traded in a share price range of 9.60p to 15.45p.

Logistics Development currently has 543,510,036 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Logistics Development is £57.72 million. Logistics Development has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -5.71.

Logistics Development Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/5/2024
20:54
Something going on here. We never had this volume before. Glad they starting buying more APH. I'm sure they will keep buying, but there is a risk if the results turn out not to be as the company asserts. Then that would have to take them out and put in a new management team.
lpavlou
22/5/2024
16:30
wait a minute, something must have gone wrong with my screen - it is showing the price going up.
briggs1209
21/5/2024
15:38
yeah, bit odd - bottom fishing

You would think the momentum traders would be chasing the hot stocks.

Still gradually selling chunks of the mission group.

I wonder how Finsbury Foods are doing?

briggs1209
21/5/2024
14:34
Where has all this volume suddenly come from?
lpavlou
17/5/2024
19:57
Looks like they offloaded a few more today
lpavlou
17/5/2024
15:21
Still selling 200k shares per day in TMG
lpavlou
17/5/2024
09:50
Sinking like the proverbial brick.
tyranosaurus
16/5/2024
14:32
Bidding up the price, selling down the stock.
briggs1209
16/5/2024
13:16
Dbay insisting the TMG offer undervalues the company but are still selling shares in the market
lpavlou
15/5/2024
03:40
they bought all those shares from 15p all the way down to 12p. Now they sit on their hands.
briggs1209
14/5/2024
17:51
They have sold 760000 shares in TMG this afternoon. Looks like they are not hanging around for the actual bid or reinvesting in the bidco.
lpavlou
14/5/2024
10:08
There goes 10p.

Without any info on FIF and without results of APH we could free-fall down.

There does not seem to be any buying interest.

briggs1209
14/5/2024
08:20
The current loss on APH is worth 2.5p of NAV and assuming all the other stakes are flat, we still should have a NAV of at least 17p. Without the buybacks we could drift lower to sub 10p, with the only catalyst to drive the share price being the company performance. I still favour Dbay having a go and taking out APH once the results are out.
lpavlou
14/5/2024
07:31
How low will we go?
briggs1209
13/5/2024
09:07
Should make a decent return on TMG now they are in play but small beer compared to their stake in APH
lpavlou
10/5/2024
18:56
Need to have acquired another 24m APH shares to get to 15% for an RNS
lpavlou
10/5/2024
15:57
APH price is back at 35p having fallen to 25p and LDG is down 10% in the process
lpavlou
10/5/2024
09:40
Yes, all a bit bizarre really re APH in particular. I bought in like others for the obvious discount / value focus etc etc., but given DBay's stated goal is "to provide our investors with superior risk-adjusted returns while prioritising preservation of capital by focussing on investments with a high margin of safety" APH was a strange choice.

This is all easy in hindsight, of course, and I know nothing detailed about APH and I'm sure there was a case to be made, and hopefully there still is, but even now after it lost over half its value in 12 months, it still doesn't come anywhere close to being any kind of value share IMO; v disappointing.

I haven't sold any, and will let things play out, but I don't feel tempted to average down either (currently 17% down overall having averaged down once).

value hound
10/5/2024
09:00
Buyback ended without acquiring Eskens stake. Have they been buying more APHWill be interesting to see what happens to the Sp without the buyback
lpavlou
08/5/2024
20:42
They own 56.7m shares in APH at a cost of 59p. Currently losing 17m. Time to go big or go home. Let's see if they bought any today.
lpavlou
08/5/2024
15:51
Anyone have any thought on this stock?

Big fall today, probably because of APH news of further delay to results and the shares have gone nowhere.

Buy backs not been good for the share price

uhound
08/5/2024
15:00
I reduced and only got 11p. APH looks messy.
briggs1209
08/5/2024
12:16
I have bailed out here having bought about 40% higher so a big loss.
davidosh
08/5/2024
10:12
Time to buyout APH or if they don't believe in its future, sell their stake and take the loss
lpavlou
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