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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.

Logistics Development Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/4/2024
13:18
What a waste of time this share is.
Price still going down in spite of buybacks.
They should liquidate all investments asap and give us the money.

tyranosaurus
02/4/2024
21:16
AGM on 9th May, when current buyback finishes Who reckons that Esken administrators will wait until the final day to do a deal.
lpavlou
27/3/2024
22:34
6.7p of the nav is in cash. They should have announced that our stake in FF had increased to 28 percent. Entering the private credit market carries additional risk and increases the illiquidity of the assets. APH has been a disaster, but if they really believe in the company they should either increase their stake at these low prices or take the company out
lpavlou
27/3/2024
18:51
Well so far they've proved to be pretty poor investors merely taking fees for loosing shareholder money.I suspect things won't change too quickly given what we've seen. Aph holds the key to share price recovery. Losing c30% of the investment cost shows how poor the insight has been imo.
baddeal
27/3/2024
16:19
Unfortunately DBAY won't do that.
briggs1209
27/3/2024
12:10
I like the idea of more regular reporting of assets.I would like them to report on performance of (now private) FIF.Feels like they are blaming APH for all losses, but no one forced them to buy APH shares.Market reaction is harsh but in keeping with large discount to NAV. Current NAV 18p?
briggs1209
27/3/2024
12:03
Probably to scare the administrators at Esken to sell up now or try and sell in the marketplace
lpavlou
27/3/2024
08:31
Buyback to end in May
briggs1209
23/3/2024
02:57
Final results must be due soon.
briggs1209
22/3/2024
20:31
With Esken now in admin, the administrators are more likely to seek to dispose of their LDG stake to cover their fees. We need to buy them back as cheaply as we can, to increase NAV
lpavlou
22/3/2024
11:03
As the buy backs have dropped off, the share price keeps falling. Will be tempted to top up if it gets into the 11s
lpavlou
06/3/2024
20:32
I reckon Cyrus will get the shares as part of the equity swap for their bond. If that happens, they will wait it out.
lpavlou
06/3/2024
08:04
ESKN holders being wiped out and remaining assets wound up. No clear indication about the disposal of their shares.

I am surprised they did not just dump them to try and stay alive a little longer

briggs1209
24/2/2024
07:20
Been a bit more volatile. Still below the price when the buyback started. Unless they are short of stock I can see them continuing. I don't think they give it much thought.

Esken must be needing cash soon

briggs1209
23/2/2024
16:29
Price hike is probably due to the buyback. Looks like investors want to keep their shares unless they get want they want to sell them. I can see them stopping the buyback for a few days, to let things settle down as they are in no rush.
lpavlou
19/2/2024
18:00
No buyback todayEsken in deep trouble and unlikely to remain solvent whether They lose ownership of Southend or not. Will need to sell their stake to raise cash or administrators will sell it down for them to pay the their fees
lpavlou
16/2/2024
17:35
Doesn't look like there was a buyback today. Price had run away from them so decided not to buy?
lpavlou
14/2/2024
16:31
There is another buyer out there picking up 250k and 300k positions. Noticed it yesterday and again today.
lpavlou
13/2/2024
21:37
They are using LDG as a cash cow to help fund other deals. As you say the their stake increases with each buyback, but so does ours. I'm happy for them to continue the 200k buyback each day. I'm taking a 5 year view here
lpavlou
13/2/2024
11:16
agree with you on the last one, this is the first one i don't like, mainly because of the lack of information. I view the finsbury transaction as a positive.

We are a part of the Dbay Empire, i presume why the discount is this big and i fully expect LDG to be absorbed by Dbay at one point in time. But why would they rush this? They can gobble up shares at a hefty discount and increase their position with a 40% discount to the actual value. I view it the same way.
Glad to see they upped to around 200.000 a day on the buyback.

kirmich
12/2/2024
15:49
We now have 2 illiquid positions.I prefer they buy listed positions which are easier to value and sell. Otherwise we'll be trading at an even steeper discount to NAV
lpavlou
05/2/2024
15:53
Good to see the spread narrow too
lpavlou
05/2/2024
13:13
Market thanks Esken will dump their shares, but doubt it very much. We will all benefit from the lower share price and hope Dbay ramp up the buyback to maximise NAV
lpavlou
02/2/2024
22:36
Pleased they have upped the quantity of shares being purchased. I expect them to sell their stake in TMG soon for 100 percent profit
lpavlou
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