Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Lpa Group Plc LSE:LPA London Ordinary Share GB0007320806 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 57.50 10,000 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
56.00 59.00 57.50 57.50 57.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 20.71 0.55 4.82 11.9 8
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:10:20 O 40,000 59.00 GBX

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26/10/202118:43LPA Group 2014 - Multi-year growth phase starting.1,373
07/7/202014:41can see this one grinding higher-
07/7/202009:20Ј3.3m contract awards-
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21/7/200613:29LPA - a lovely little company!67

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Lpa Daily Update: Lpa Group Plc is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LPA. The last closing price for Lpa was 57.50p.
Lpa Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 52.50p and a 12 week average price of 52.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 92.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 52.50p.
There are currently 13,448,229 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 11,067 shares. The market capitalisation of Lpa Group Plc is £7,732,731.68.
diku: The tale tell signs was there of bad news coming as it didn't make any headway to the upside...classic MM knew of the news coming... callumross5 Oct '21 - 13:30 - 1360 of 1369 0 4 0 Think you made the classic mistake Buywell of falling in love with this share and not seeing the negatives. This share has consistently let investors down for decades.
my retirement fund: Sadly I can't say im surprised by the share price performance here as I've been negative on this stock for years now. The writing was on the wall for it when we voted ourselves out the EU. It's difficult to see how it can ever justify itself now.
castleford tiger: Hi I first started here at 30p........many moons ago. A market cap of 8 m when the NAV is almost double is a start. I think the new team are sweeping all before them as its not on their watch. If we get back to 20/30m turnover then a profit of 2/3 million should be achieved. I think a good shake up is needed. Downside must now be very limited and LPA have some good contracts. I see/saw 60p as very tempting tiger
callumross: Think you made the classic mistake Buywell of falling in love with this share and not seeing the negatives. This share has consistently let investors down for decades.
boonkoh: Always a jam tomorrow share, without the promising tech!If you look back over the years, there's always a project slipped here, macro environment there, not our fault all the time...Supply chain is just another new excuse they can leverage.
buywell3: LPA Group has carried out AUS $ multimillion contracts for Australian Railways in the past hTtps://www.lpa-group.com/investor-news/2-5m-australian-rail-contract/ htTps://www.lpa-group.com/new-contract-awards/ NEW CONTRACT AWARDS LPA are pleased to announce further contract wins for both UK and export rail markets. Totalling £3.3M, these individual awards into the rail sector include electro-mechanical assemblies into the UK, an LED lighting contract for the Australian rail market and an electro-mechanical jumper order for the UK rail market. Paul Curtis, CEO of LPA Group commented “These three awards, from three separate customers, continue to grow our order book and underpin sales through the coming periods, whilst reinforcing that rail projects continue in these uncertain times. We continue to look ahead with cautious optimism”. Australia is now embarking on a AUS $ multibillion Rail project which they call Inland Rail The need is obvious hTtps://www.theaustralian.com.au/special-reports/freight-future-needs-certainty-on-planning/news-story/880c7fdc2db28a603cb3abd6ef680195 The project continues to grow in size and is now at AUS$ 20 Billion htTps://www.queenslandcountrylife.com.au/story/7418052/barnaby-says-inland-rail-now-heading-to-gladstone/ Meanwhile other states in Australia want their own Rail infrastructure to grow htTps://bigrigs.com.au/index.php/2021/09/03/plan-emphasises-road-and-rail-projects/ ---------------------------------- Meantime in the USA Rail infrastructure investment is also about to take place htTps://au.finance.yahoo.com/news/u-lawmakers-vote-10-billion-202014583.html California bills its system as the first high-speed rail project in the country, and aims to complete it in the 2030s. The cost was estimated at $80 billion in 2020 but could ultimately be as high as $99.8 billion ----------------------------------- Take away Supply chain problems , emissions targets and lack of lorry drivers within larger countries can all be handled in the main by better Rail freight services Rail infrastructure projects are set to expand worldwide to minimize supply disruptions and reduce carbon emissions --- ie quicker , heavier loads carried , more efficient , less diesel fumes pollution and much less manpower needed ie one train driver pulls the weight of circa 100 lorry drivers buywell predicts LPA Group will be acquired within 2 years from today ie before the share price gets back above 150p dyor imo
buywell3: buywell thought you might as you have been a bull on this for a long time tiger Next year at 110p , the forward P/E of LPA Group with earnings of 2M for year ending Sept 2023 will be 7.37 , earnings per share being 14.92p That is when Mr Market takes notice and 150p follows soon after playing catch up This is when buywell hopes to see either a small acquisition or an expansion of the LED Lighting Division to meet new orders 3M profits follow and you get your 200p plus imo dyor
buywell3: The following year however with more and more people being vaccinated and no lockdowns in prospect is thought to be much better finnCap are predicting sales in the year to end of Sept 2022 rising to £23.9M buywell is of the opine that this turnover could result in a 6 X increase in adjusted pre-tax profits compared to the current year ie to £1.2M This would equate to earnings of around p per share and give the company the option of resuming a dividend paying policy Representing a forward P/E of 8.66 from that of today finnCap have a price target of 110p on LPA Group --- which if you look at the buywell chart prepared when the share price was circa 73p shows some similarity free stock charts from uk.advfn.com Chartwise buywell now sees 3 decent rises coming for LPA as the UK Government losens the purse strings and spends on the Railway Network 200p should get hit this time around free stock charts from uk.advfn.com One might say : " LPA Group 2021 - Multi-year growth phase starting. imo dyor
bottomfisher: Anyone have any thoughts on the recent changes in LPA's shareholder register?. Cannacord, which used to be the biggest shareholder with 7.8%, has sold out and the elderly Peter Gyllenhammar has taken a 6.19% stake, making him the third biggest shareholder after Peter Pollock and Michael Rusch, former LPA executives. The only remaining institution with a disclosable stake is Simon Knott's Rights and Issues Investment Trust with 4.83%. Gyllenhammar seems to specialise in buying stakes in UK small caps selling at a discount to book value, and LPA fits the bill on this score. But his track record in picking winners in UK small cap investing does not look particularly remarkable. There seems to be a changing of the guard at LPA with a new chairman and two new non-execs. over the last year. The old management, who have retired from the business and appear to control around 25% of the company along with friends, are getting on a bit, and one wonders what will happen to their stakes. Will Gyllenhammar's investment be seen as a wakeup call for LPA's new management, or provide a safe long-term shareholder who can be counted on to help protect LPA from any unwelcome overtures?.
buywell3: ............ Share Options ........... I expect to read an RNS re the grant of share options any day now. Someone correct me if I am wrong , but there seems to be no non exec on the BOD that oversees the award of these. Plus they seem to get awarded with no performance target/s I would like to see that the next Options at around current share price today 1. 25% of the awards vest when the LPA share price gets to 150p 2. 50% of the awards vest when the share price gets to 175p 3. 100% of the awards vest when the share price gets to 200p Options granted for 5 years
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