Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Northern Bear Plc LSE:NTBR London Ordinary Share GB00B19FLM15 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 65.50p 63.00p 68.00p 65.50p 65.50p 65.50p 37,722 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 56.6 3.1 14.0 4.7 12

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/6/2019
12:15
A bit of buying activity this morning. I did email Steve Roberts with a list of questions last week but yet to receive a reply. I don't know if anyone else here has had dealings with him?
tiswas
06/6/2019
15:55
Anyone else want to buy more but put off by that nasty chart?
tiswas
30/5/2019
17:21
With company announcements are never due
3800
30/5/2019
16:45
Got to keep thinking no news is good news ... otherwise we'd have to be told different.Anyone know when is the next announcement is due ?
ed_derby
30/5/2019
13:24
Jeez, called this wrong. Down 1/3 from Aug 17 highs when I thought is was value.
tiswas
23/5/2019
19:25
I can feel the 'G' forces pushing me back into the seat!
eggbaconandbubble
23/5/2019
13:49
Someone realised this is super cheap, we're up 1.6% !
its the oxman
16/5/2019
19:46
Yes, I haven't forgotten that it took two weeks of badgering by PI's in Jan. 18 as the share price sank before they put out a statement saying no material consequences from Carillion liquidation. See posts 845-924. The problem is that there are no institutional investors to nudge them and no forecasts, significant deviations from which (up or down) would have to be reported to the market as soon as they were aware of them.
sharw
16/5/2019
15:04
You can rely on them to do the absolute minimum in updating shareholders
zoolook
16/5/2019
13:43
Graham, I agree. The only two things I can imagine making the final results bad would be a big debtor knocking them as I've said before or some 'accounting issue' at a subsidiary like the bossman has effed off with the funds (and his secretary!). Either way, under such circumstances do they have to inform the market as soon as anything like this comes to light. After all it would be information that would affect the share price
eggbaconandbubble
16/5/2019
12:37
Last year there was another trading update in June, so we might get something else before the results. However, with a March 31 year end we are already well into close period. That does raise a separate issue: why does it take three and half months to produce the figures. I know there are lots of subsidiaries, however if their accounts department is worth its salt, it really should not take that long......
graham1ty
16/5/2019
12:09
Jeez, do we have to suffer this malaise until results in July?
tiswas
16/4/2019
03:32
10000 @ 65p FWIW. Sold a similar amount at 80.5p last summer not that should matter either. Quite frankly the pig ignorant arrogance of the management here sickens me but I can’t ignore value.
zoolook
15/4/2019
22:24
Zoolook ... how many ? What did you get at ?
ed_derby
15/4/2019
19:23
Little bit of buying interest returning today.
its the oxman
12/4/2019
15:11
Unless they engage with shareholders......all of this is speculation. The RNS was fundamentally unclear, shareholders were spooked, the share price dropped. Simples. Being NTBR there will be no further communication until the results.
graham1ty
12/4/2019
09:11
I think the term "collapse" in profits gives the impression that there has been a fundamental shift in the outlook of the business. I don't think this is necessarily the case - but we are all agreed updates really don't look more than 3/6 months into the future for this company it seems - so the lack of comment makes it hard to work out where everything is trending Looking at h1 this year compared to h1 last year the difference in profit is 220k - for a company with an annual turnover of 53 mill. Normally this would probably be seen as very consistent that you are either 200k ahead or behind at half year but the year end result is the same.A difference of this magnitude is as likely to be a timing issue or natural variability as anything else - so the "collapse" in profits (if we are using that term) doesn't appear to necessarily mean its the same with the underlying fundamentals. I guess the thing here is if we don't like how the company assists in keeping us up to date then we can sell out and move onto something else. Lets end up with some good news though they have secured some decent landmark (in our neck of the woods anyway not on national scale :)) type contracts in the near future so hopefully if nothing else the tone of the next update will be at least be head above water than below. hxxps://northernbearplc.com/major-new-contracts/
rmillaree
11/4/2019
17:24
Oxman, yes, on the face of it, very cheap. However, from the RNS ( and that is all we have as they refuse to speak to investors: and there are no brokers forecasts), from the RNS 2H has seen a collapse in profit. At the interims operating profit was up 30%, but the RNS says operating profit for the year will only be in line with last year ( ie 2H must be down by c30% to negate the gains made in 1H). Earlier trading statements were upbeat, and they say that they are ahead of management expectations.....yet, they only expect to match last year’s result. So.....management were actually expecting a fall in profit. All that analysis may be wrong, but until the Company engages with shareholders we will never know. The RNS was hopelessly ambiguous, so we have no idea if it is actually cheap or not. It may always look cheap
graham1ty
11/4/2019
16:13
And still v v cheap sub 70p
its the oxman
12/3/2019
15:31
having bought a heap at 13p years ago I am happy!
this_is_me
11/3/2019
21:23
This is me The share price peaked at 90p over 18 months ago and has since come off about 25%. And as people posted above, it is not clear from today's announcement if they are still growing profits in the second half. Still, as long as you are happy.
tiswas
11/3/2019
20:52
I like it the way is - just let them get on with making money instead of spending time and money on PR etc.
this_is_me
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