Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Luceco Plc LSE:LUCE London Ordinary Share GB00BZC0LP49 ORD GBP0.0005
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +3.00p +3.41% 91.00p 628,228 16:29:55
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
89.30p 90.80p 91.50p 89.10p 89.90p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 163.90 3.00 0.90 101.1 146.3

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Luceco Daily Update: Luceco Plc is listed in the Household Goods & Home Construction sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LUCE. The last closing price for Luceco was 88p.
Luceco Plc has a 4 week average price of 75p and a 12 week average price of 55p.
The 1 year high share price is 95.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 32.10p.
There are currently 160,800,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 536,298 shares. The market capitalisation of Luceco Plc is £145,524,000.
larva: There is almost certainly a trading update coming imho at the AGM on Friday 24 May 2019 and when they say that Q1 trading has been record then the share price will hit 100p Remember 24 May - just 17 days away - watch this baby ROCK!
diku: Whilst the share price has some strength the board should consider facilitating company to be taken over by a larger competitor at a premium...
seastork: It must be the cynic in me, but volumes have dropped off to nothing again and can't help feel its a cycle of shorters rinsing the share price every few weeks. Drip in shorts over two or three weeks and see share price drop 45p to 35p with very low volumes (circa 60k a day) for a 20%+ share price drop. Then blast away and buy back (450k volume in one day) for short share price rise. Rinse and repeat. Without trade/financial news, shareholder sentiment change or updates they are laughing in the faces of all LTH. Current declared shorts are 0.53%, but as daily volumes are so small of the 160,800,000 total shares out there it makes it too easy for them.
seastork: Genuinely struggling to understand the going of this share price and current trading volumes. Is share capital locked down by Instituitions and the board because this has fallen out of favour with PI's? Or holders sitting tight waiting for news releases / trade updates, having seen share price drop from 240p to 40p the past year have those left in, just forgotten about this company and checking back intermittently.
topvest: I'm still watching here and would like to add, but I am going to be very disciplined and watch the chart. Share price is 37p 50 DMA is 53p 200 DMA is 110p. Doesn't look good from a chart perspective. Need to wait another 6 months and see what happens, I think. I'm not going to buy until the 50 DMA crosses the 200 DMA.
mcyi9gl2: Will they hit the 2018 guidance they recently provided (i.e sales growth with improving margins)? According to the Market (share price), the answer is a resounding No.If management still believe they can hit it, they should reconfirm it and the share price will improve 50%. If they don't think they can achieve it, they have an obligation to tell us.My point is there is a disconnect between the share price and the most recent guidance provided by management. I suspect, as do others, that there is more bad news out there versus recent guidance. If that turns out to be the case, the question is why haven't we been told sooner rather than later.
eastbourne1982: john, look at the balance sheet, a rights issue is needed however the share price just goes lower, a toxic combination.
topvest: An interesting comment from Peter Ewins at F&C Smaller Companies Investment Trust: "Profit warnings are a fact of life in small cap investing as things don’t always go to plan. During the year Luceco, Carclo, McBride, Greencore and Ultra Electronics Holdings all disappointed the market with downgrades. All were negatively affected by the impact of a stronger pound on overseas earnings but other stock specific issues were the prime cause of share price weakness. We decided to retain the latter four as we felt the share price reactions to the downgrades were over-done, but in Luceco’s case we decided to exit after contact with management failed to convince us that there would not be more trouble on the horizon."
eastbourne1982: Arthur_Lame_Stocks, Seems to be happening a lot more these days, company floats, share price rises, then 18 - 36 months down the line the share price has crashed. A policy of not buying IPO's for 2 - 3 years after initial floatation probably isn't a bad idea, of course you will miss out on the odd gem however I'm not sure they are worth the hassle in the main. Generally founders / owners are using an IPO to cash in at what they consider to be a good time.
elsa7878: Bizarre to see a company's share price down by 30% in a week and they say absolutely nothing. Clearly $/CNY has gone badly against them as has the copper price. But how much are they hedged and or can they put up their prices. Until they tell us we are completely clueless.
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