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LDG Logistics Development Group Plc

12.20
0.00 (0.00%)
21 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
  0.00 0.00% 12.20 12.00 12.40 12.20 12.20 12.20 116,442 07:45:02
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Management Consulting Svcs -9.54M -10.12M -0.0192 -6.35 64.15M
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 12.20p. Over the last year, Logistics Development shares have traded in a share price range of 9.60p to 14.90p.

Logistics Development currently has 525,811,412 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Logistics Development is £64.15 million. Logistics Development has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -6.35.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/2/2023
16:51
a bit too enthousiastic Galles, LDG owns 8,79% of Fif and 3,34% of APH. The rest is in the hands of DouglasBay Capital 4 fund.
kirmich
01/2/2023
15:47
Absolutely!

8% of APH is valued at £27.28m, and 13% of FIF is valued at £16.94m. Totalling £44.2m.

LDG’s market cap is £78.9m. So APH and FIF alone equates to 56% of the market cap. Not even including the cash LDG still have. And not even including the successful record of their investments

EDITED: That's not all LDG's but also others. RNS gives the breakdown

galles
01/2/2023
14:59
Someone has got their calculator out and realised we are significantly in the money on our FIF and APH investments with a share buyback programme still to come. I think FIF has broken out today.
rimau1
31/1/2023
17:02
Spread is getting ridiculous now
lpavlou
20/1/2023
13:44
If the spread was narrower, there would be more trading here.
lpavlou
20/1/2023
13:25
Picked up a few more here lately
Hopefully another drop again soon

ntv
16/1/2023
20:27
Difficult to know how much APH LDG actually own
lpavlou
22/12/2022
21:42
APH is next on the list.
lpavlou
13/12/2022
15:40
Doubt it. Could be anyone.
spooky
13/12/2022
15:28
Esken must be offloading slowly into the market
lpavlou
08/12/2022
22:43
Dbay only acquired 4m out of the 12m traded yesterday. I wonder who took the rest. I expect them to bid for FF now, with a an offer at 100p
lpavlou
06/12/2022
18:14
A few investors bailing out at 13.75p today. You would have thought they might have waited until the new buyback starts, but then again they may have a better opportunity to invest elsewhere. 12m shares traded today in FF. assume Dbay have picked these up, rather than selling out. If they have bought them, I expect a bid is on the horizon.
lpavlou
01/12/2022
09:35
15m pounds divided by 112m shares equally 13.4p. They won't therefore buy back the 20percent as I expect them to have to go up to 16p again. Don't expect anything this year and assume when they get the go ahead to start next year. Should mean the share price slowly drifts upwards
lpavlou
01/12/2022
09:03
Planning to buy back 20%, gives an opportunity to get out. All good news
+eysenck
30/11/2022
20:27
A few large sales going through. I wonder if Esken have started to offload and whether RG is snapping them up
lpavlou
17/11/2022
23:05
Would be good to know what other investments they are holding. They only disclose positions when they go above 3 percent.
lpavlou
17/11/2022
08:03
Excellent update from FIF this morning. The expected consumer pivot into cheaper own brand foods will really help offset the continued price inflation challenges. Very pleased with our investment over there which we are comfortably in the money on.
rimau1
12/11/2022
12:43
Stobart changed their name to Esken. Spread has widened again, which deters trading.
lpavlou
12/11/2022
08:44
lpavlou/zoolook
Are your talking about the shareholding listed as Stobart on LDG's register?
tia

ntv
10/11/2022
12:21
See below. They have just refinanced at 12percent interest rate. They can only access the 30m uncommitted facility if they use funds form disposal and the value of their LDF shares to repay the bond holders. GBP30m of the uncommitted element of the new funding could be used, if accessed, alongside the disposal of GBP36m of non-core assets and the value of its LDG shares, to refinance Esken's exchangeable bond, which matures in May 2024To me that reads as thought they will need to sell their shares to raise funds round the bond repayment as the airport is still going to suffer losses for the foreseeable future.
lpavlou
10/11/2022
09:33
Where have they been ‘making noises’? The strategic review is mentioned in the latest RNS but nothing specific to the LDG holding. Did it come up in the investor presentation?
zoolook
09/11/2022
20:37
Esken making noises that they may need to sell their 57m shares as part of a strategic review. They need the money but can't see than wanting to sell at such a discount to NAV
lpavlou
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