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LDG Logistics Development Group Plc

12.75
0.00 (0.00%)
12 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% 12.75 12.50 13.00 12.75 12.75 12.75 765,393 07:37:19
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Management Consulting Svcs -9.54M -10.12M -0.0186 -6.85 69.3M
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 12.75p. 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 £69.30 million. Logistics Development has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -6.85.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/5/2023
22:09
150000 @ 15.298 is probably tomorrows RNS.
lpavlou
15/5/2023
20:03
I think the buybacks are just notional at the moment as I am hoping there are other plans for their shareholdings in the companies they currently hold
ntv
15/5/2023
15:44
yeah, thought it must be them picking up that chunk under 15p.
briggs1209
15/5/2023
07:35
Interesting that they weren't involved in the 2 large trades on Friday
lpavlou
13/5/2023
10:50
I checked their website this morning and noticed it is way out of date
Looks like the company secretary has fallen asleep. Pull your finger out

ntv
12/5/2023
20:49
If they are part of the buyback, it would be at an attractive price and accretive to their nav. It's 4% of the outstanding shares. Quite an overhang cleared, no matter who the buyer is.
kirmich
12/5/2023
20:36
All their uk stock purchases are doing well so agree worth following then. Question is which one are they going to bid for ? Looking forward to Mondays RNS to see what these large trades are about as it would be a change in strategy if they are buybacks. Could also be another investor taking a stake for a quick turn
lpavlou
12/5/2023
19:54
and another one of 11,148,250 at a price of 14,80p at 13.44 (late reporting)
kirmich
12/5/2023
15:21
10,500,000 share trade showing as a buy at 13.55.
Interesting to see what this is.

tyranosaurus
12/5/2023
13:50
yes, maybe it's semantics on company classification
it would be good to see monthly or quarterly factsheets on investment performance, commentary, official NAV calcs etc.
ultimately you're right - it relies on successful investments and material increases in NAV

farmers son
12/5/2023
13:10
I’m not sure about that - take a look at the discount for MVI !
Also conversion wouldn’t remove what I think are the things depressing the share price ie the worry around the Esken shareholding, DBAY’s majority stake, the sway DBAY surely holds over the LDG Board and the opaque nature of DBAY’s activities as Investment Manager who are also playing their own book at the same time.
There’s no obvious short term outer to close the current gap with NAV given the buyback isn’t having that impact so my investment feels like a proxy for cash and a slow burner as it gradually increases its NAV through good investments and buybacks.
If I was a more involved investor I would probably look harder to deploy my cash elsewhere.

zoolook
12/5/2023
11:47
does anyone know if the company have considered becoming a registered investment trust?
would be unusual for a listed equity IT to trade on a discount of 30%

farmers son
12/5/2023
11:07
At the moment that looks the case, but if DBAY keep picking up bargins interest here should pick up. However, I've been thinking that for 12 months!
briggs1209
12/5/2023
11:05
Decided to buy into Trifast directly after looking into it. They’ve since released a decent update. Will buy more if it falls back. Might be more profitable to follow the LDG / DBay purchases rather hold LDG as even this second buyback isn’t stimulating a rise in the share price
zoolook
10/5/2023
20:21
Resumed stake building in Trifast.
lpavlou
06/5/2023
09:22
Circa 3m shares bought back so far at circa 15p at 150k shares per day. Has kept the share price stable at this level and added 150k to the NAV. Investec doing a good job this time and just mopping up shares
lpavlou
27/4/2023
13:25
More selling today than usual.
lpavlou
21/4/2023
20:40
I wish they could buy back all the shares at 15p as that will increase the NAV for the rest of usI'm pleased that Investec have held firm this time and not bidding up the price. They are picking up 150000 shares a day at circa 15pProbably trying to call Eskens bluff whom they know have to sell their sharesGood thing is this has put a floor on the share price
lpavlou
21/4/2023
16:53
Plenty of shareholders seem happy to be selling around 15p suggests they don't have a great deal of faith in the gap to nav closing
baddeal
13/4/2023
18:48
They are sticking to mopping up shares at circa 15.15p rather than bidding them up. Suits me fine as it increases the NAV and puts a floor on the price
lpavlou
13/4/2023
11:16
I like the slow and steady approach, if you are a long term holder you want to let them buy as much of the shares as possible.
Not sure about DBAY selling part of their shareholdings, maybe the opposite, using the sharebuyback to increase their shareholding without having to launch a takeover?

Let's see how their investments in APH, FIF, SQLI and the new 1,54% stake in Trifast will fare.

kirmich
13/4/2023
07:52
Thanks. Is it a sale at all or just a transfer between connected companies. Not much info available on either company
lpavlou
12/4/2023
23:35
Scroll further down the same RNS. Mangusta now have a holding
galles
12/4/2023
22:06
Miura have sold their entire 31m shares on 5th April. Doesn't look like the company has bought these, but you never know. Let's see if there is another RNS soon
lpavlou
06/4/2023
19:43
Agreed. Huge volume over the last few days, relatively speaking, and small purchases from LDG.
+eysenck
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