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LDG Logistics Development Group Plc

12.25
-0.45 (-3.54%)
14 Jun 2024 - Closed
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
  -0.45 -3.54% 12.25 12.00 12.50 12.75 12.25 12.75 253,934 12:11:52
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Management Consulting Svcs -9.54M -10.12M -0.0186 -6.59 66.58M
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 12.70p. Over the last year, Logistics Development shares have traded in a share price range of 9.60p to 15.10p.

Logistics Development currently has 543,510,036 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Logistics Development is £66.58 million. Logistics Development has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -6.59.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/10/2022
11:04
I see that Richard Griffiths has latched on to Logistics DG (LDG). It is many years since I encountered him, but he is no fool. Keep copying him and buy at 13p.
ohisay
26/10/2022
20:48
Very little stock to buy here. Sellers sitting on the sideline
lpavlou
24/10/2022
20:28
Stake in FF keeps increasing. Are they looking to take it out at 100p
lpavlou
21/10/2022
19:07
Spread still too wide. Placed an order at 12.35 and there were no takers
lpavlou
20/10/2022
19:47
RG increasing his position here as well as Esken
lpavlou
19/10/2022
17:05
I assume that Dbay are either trying to smoke out a bidder for FF or look to bid themselves.
lpavlou
11/10/2022
16:16
Or winding up the company and returning the cash to shareholders..
kinbasket
11/10/2022
10:37
Let's hope and pray Not
LDG is trading already at such a huge discount to cash, anything other than buybacks in this uncertain world is folly.imho

baronet bill
11/10/2022
09:43
Hopefully this market carnage will give them plenty of attractive opportunities.....
chrisdgb
05/10/2022
19:44
400k will help pay for the back office costs thereby retaining the NAV. I reckon they are lining up a bid now.
lpavlou
04/10/2022
21:00
3.7m were bought at 69.5p. The rest at probably 71-72p so average just under 70p.

Although the purchase of FIF is showing a profit, it's pretty much a side show. 10p profit on 4.025m shares is (£402,500)is 0.08p a share.

stemis
04/10/2022
19:34
For Dbay to have bought a stake in FF, they either think someone is going to bid for them or they intend to bid. I think the latter is more likely
lpavlou
04/10/2022
07:03
Well timed purchase of FIF, we probably paid 71p for our 3%.
rimau1
02/10/2022
07:39
Finsbury tipped by Midas in Mail on Sunday.

Kiss of death!???: :-)

Voila:

Midas verdict: Investors considering Finsbury must decide whether they believe in Baker and Duffy's strategy and ability to get through hard times. If they do, there is much to be said for cutting a slice of the firm. The shares are trading on an undemanding seven times forward earnings and yielding 3 per cent. At this level, and with sterling weak, they could be a tasty morsel for a private equity firm or overseas rival.

The company has a new credit facility too, which should help it withstand turmoil and perhaps make acquisitions of its own.

Duffy believes that the firm has more savings to squeeze with the Brilliance programme as it rolls out integrated systems across Finsbury's different brands. They won't cancel out the impact of inflation, he admits, but they will help.

Those with patience could benefit in the long term. Buy on current weakness.

value hound
01/10/2022
14:26
Or return it to shareholders. I can buy my own year bonds and not pay the fees.
kinbasket
30/9/2022
18:12
I'm pleased they're sitting on cash whilst the market is tanking. It just means that when they do start spending it on investments they are going to pay much keener prices.
arthur_lame_stocks
30/9/2022
18:06
zoolock,

I think you are mistaken in so emphatic a criticism of the directors' conduct. Surely you would conclude that the lunatic selling down of cash to a heavy discount to cash must represent an opportunity.

EK

live ink
29/9/2022
21:46
Spread is too wide and preventing trading. Not clear if LDG sold out their Caretech position or went with the reinvestment option. I hope they have sold out as cash is king at the moment
lpavlou
28/9/2022
21:54
Still topping up. Could do with the spread narrowing. Confident to back Dbay.
lpavlou
28/9/2022
14:36
£60k worth picked up at midday. Maybe some action ahead (he says in hope rather than expectation).
+eysenck
28/9/2022
14:02
I think they get a big heap of cash tomorrow
ntv
28/9/2022
14:01
They might even be earning some interest on that cash balance now
ntv
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