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MOTR Motorpoint Group Plc

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12 Apr 2024 - Closed
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Motorpoint Group Plc LSE:MOTR London Ordinary Share GB00BD0SFR60 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 135.50 12,752 16:35:13
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
134.50 136.00 136.00 134.00 136.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Motor Veh Dealer (used Only) 1.44B -600k -0.0067 -202.99 122.66M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:52:22 O 1,758 135.514 GBX

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27/11/202323:01*** Motorpoint ***162
18/6/202114:26Motorpoint Group (MOTR) One to Watch on Monday 35

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Posted at 14/4/2024 09:20 by Motorpoint Daily Update
Motorpoint Group Plc is listed in the Motor Veh Dealer (used Only) sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MOTR. The last closing price for Motorpoint was 135.50p.
Motorpoint currently has 90,190,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Motorpoint is £122,658,400.
Motorpoint has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -202.99.
This morning MOTR shares opened at 136p
Posted at 24/11/2023 12:21 by sphere25
What are Saray up to here?

Bold moves here by Saray. They picked up 10% in July and added another 8% with (what looks like) the bulk of it being yesterday to disclose a 18% holding. They clearly think there is value here, but the results yesterday suggest more downgrades to come, and the losses to balloon.

The market hasn't moved on price on that holding update. It looks like EMAN this, with one big buyer versus the rest of the market, so they have their work cut out to get the price moving higher. That chart is horrendous too with the Bears still well in control.

Just sat here wondering what might happen if they were to come in for more shares. I don't know if they just sit and wait for another bad update, and then increase their holding substantially again, or they pop up in the near term.

Not keen here, but stuck it on the watchlist to keep a little eye on the order book. Wonder if Saray might think someone will make an approach here, on top of the bottom being close?

All imo

15:52 EDIT: Is that Saray with another 2m picked up at 75p at 15:34? Just a small matter of 2.2%. Market doesn't want to move on that. Any more for any more?

27/11 13:58 Saray did pick up 2.2% to move to a holding of 20.4%. Immersion holding rns too showing they had 756,688 left, which has been placed today at 75p so it looks like Saray have gobbled up another 0.84% to sit at 21.24%. So just over 11% picked up by Saray in double quick time. Price still not wanting to move. Is that enough of a clearout at these levels? Let's see if any buying follows
Posted at 06/4/2023 12:16 by kalai1
Motorpoint Group plc issued a trading update for the year ended 31 March 2023 this morning. The Group delivered record revenue of c.£1,437m, up c.9% helped by vehicle mix and price inflation, profit before taxation is expected to be broadly break-even. Market share (0-4 year vehicles) for the 12 months to December 2022 grew strongly to 3.5%, the balance sheet remains strong with c.£5m cash at year end, and significant borrowing headroom. New Chief Technology Officer, Tom Tang joined the Group in March to accelerate digital transformation. Valuation looks attractive with PEG ratio and PS ratio both top quartile. But share price remain in a sharp 18 month correction, MOTR is a share to monitor for the time being...

...from WealthOracle
Posted at 13/5/2022 18:19 by tole UK shares to benefit from the burgeoning second-hand car market!Jabran Khan details two UK shares he likes that are primed to benefit from the rising prices in the second-hand car market.Jabran Khan?Published 11 May, 3:36 pm BSTMOTRVTUGraph Falling Down in Front Of United Kingdom FlagImage source: Getty ImagesI have identified two UK shares that I think could benefit from the current burgeoning second-hand car market.A shortage of semiconductor chips and essential parts of new vehicles, coupled with the global supply chain crisis, has led to a shortage of new vehicles being manufactured. Used car sales in the UK rose 5.1% between January and March this year, compared to the same period last year.UK shares have a competitive advantageMotorpoint (LSE:MOTR) is the UK's largest independent vehicle retailer. It specialises in selling used "nearly new" cars that are usually two to three years old. Motorpoint has large retail outlets strategically located throughout the country.As I write, Motorpoint shares are trading for 243p. At this time last year, the shares were trading for 286p, which is a 15% drop over a 12-month period.I like Motorpoint shares for three reasons. Firstly, many UK shares have seen prices dip due to a market correction in recent months. At current levels, Motorpoint shares look good value for money on a price-to-earnings ratio of 20. The industry average is closer to 30.Next, Motorpoint possesses a competitive advantage due to its profile, reputation, and position as the largest vehicle retailer in the UK. With its extensive presence and an online arm for online sales, the business could be primed to secure sales and boost performance.I do understand that past performance is not a guarantee of the future. However, looking at Motorpoint's recent year-end update release last month, it said it expects to report a revenue increase of 82% for the year ended 31 March 2022 compared to 2021. It also noted its market share increased too.Motorpoint shares could come under pressure if macroeconomic headwinds are curbed and the supply chain issue and semiconductor issue are resolved. This could mean newer cars are more readily available.
Posted at 26/7/2021 17:27 by jqb1
I agree. It's a fairly small company and is driven by the economic cycle rather than being a growth or value story. Their recent announcement on growing the business was great news and seems to have given the share price a great boost, but they will struggle to take market share where the margins are so slim, I should know, I work in the industry!
Posted at 16/10/2020 11:05 by tomps2
MOTR a David Thornton pick in yesterday's live piword interview (1-2PM). Hear what he had to say at 32m11s:



Next week on piworld, Thursday 22.10.20, 1pm, we have a Superstar interview with one of the two most popular interview guests, Andy Brough, Schroders, Head of UK & EU mid and small cap team, & Richard Leonard, from a Family Office. Register here:
Posted at 06/9/2019 11:54 by f15jcm
Bit annoyed as I was considering MOTR for a short and didn't end up taking the position. I do actually like the business but at 240p+ I thought it looked well overvalued given the market backdrop. The share price even went up after the profit warning, presumably due to the buying pressure of the buyback program and the low volumes changing hands.
Posted at 06/9/2019 09:08 by typo56
Was David Shelton's intention to sell known by company back in May, when buyback authority was extended?

The company have just spent £5.15m buying back his shares at 200p. Prior to today I think they'd bought back about 2.5m shares under the £10m buyback programme announced on 7 May 2019. By my calculations that means they must have just about completed it. Without a new programme MOTR will no longer be supported by daily 'price maintenance".
Posted at 06/9/2019 08:34 by f15jcm
Good in so much that the company can buy back more shares at a discounted price. It does however confirm my suspicion that the share price had been artificially inflated by buy backs and low volumes.
Posted at 23/7/2019 16:34 by bumpa33
and it is from todays update.

this would be under a quid already if it weren't for the share buyback programme.

very suss on MOTR and it's "share trading", how many other stocks out there go up on a profit warning...
Posted at 12/7/2019 08:57 by f15jcm
From Lookers trading update this morning: "margin pressure in the used car market has significantly increased". Got to be having an effect at MOTR.
Motorpoint share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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