Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Premier Veterinary Group Plc LSE:PVG London Ordinary Share GB00BSZLMS59 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 34.50 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
32.00 37.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 3.15 -3.60 -23.20 5
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 34.50 GBX

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Premier Veterinary Daily Update: Premier Veterinary Group Plc is listed in the Nonequity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PVG. The last closing price for Premier Veterinary was 34.50p.
Premier Veterinary Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
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There are currently 15,046,950 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Premier Veterinary Group Plc is £5,191,197.75.
tarlok: Nice item on bbc business news about pet insurance " Senior policy adviser for pet insurance, Joe Ahern, said: "There is no NHS for animals, so if you've not got a pet policy in place, you risk having to foot veterinary bills out of your own pocket ". Also " Nearly 4.3 million pets were covered by insurance last year, more than ever before, and an increase of 50,00 on 2017 But the ABI said there was still a "worrying level of under-insurance" among cat owners. There are thought to be 7.5 million cats in UK homes, but only 1.3 million are insured, whereas 2.8 million dogs are insured out of an estimated 8.5 million pet pooches. All good foe PVG
mr dexy: Could have ended it at... "PVG requires additional funding to support the directors" 11k pets on plan in the US at Dec 2018... 'nuff said
hibberts: Hopefully this will be the turning point in the companies progress in the USA. https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/premier-vet-grp-PVG/share-news/Premier-Veterinary-Group-PLC-Major-contract-signed/78075363
bbr391: Could be a trend change . In my estimation reasonable news could soar PVG back to 70p . Good news and the sky is the limit or £2 plus . Bad news we will not contemplate . Best of All
bbr391: This has been a dog in the past year . At £4 million . PVG seems reasonable value . Best of All
mr dexy: Dominic Tonner, CEO of PVG commented: "blah blah.... whilst at the same time reducing the continuing cash burn in this territory." i.e.... not my salary Regards to all Mr D
bbr391: LONDON (Alliance News) - Premier Veterinary Group PLC reported on Monday that Monte Carlo-based Michael Somerset-Leeke increased his stake to 11.0% in transaction on Friday. Prior to the transaction, Somerset-Leeke held 10.0% of the veterinary practices operator. The latest transaction was conducted via Walker Crips Stockbrokers Ltd, with the shares held by Walker Crips subsidiary WB Nominees Ltd, as well as Lynchwood Nominees Ltd. Shares in Premier Veterinary Group were 5.5% up on Monday at 45.15 pence per share. By Evelina Grecenko; evelinagrecenko@alliancenews.com --------------------- Today Mr Leeke hits 12% . Why the buying , perhaps a leak of better news ? Best of Luck All
bigglesbingham: They still have plenty of skin in the game and a dilution at these prices would crystallise the low price which I believe they view as artificial.
mr dexy: Always had potential.... however, don't forget "In our trading updates released on 22 September 2017 and 18 October 2017, the Board highlighted the Company's potential need for funding towards the end of the current financial year. The Company has today entered into a committed facility with Bybrook Finance Solutions Limited ("BFSL"), whose sole shareholder is Rajan Uppal, a director of PVG." Rajan lending money to the company that he got by selling shares in the company... Just be careful. Regards Mr D
pet lover: Lunch Hour 🍴. I have been sent a report on BOO results yesterday from a mate of mine who is a fan of them.BOO sell fashion on the Internet to youngsters they are growing sales at 40% //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// # One of the reasons for the incredible share price surge is that boohoo offers investors something which seems terribly difficult to find right now: organic growth. Without the need to acquire other businesses or leverage up, boohoo has been able to use internally generated profit to ramp up its marketing spend and its stock turnover in a virtuous cycle of accelerated growth. Sales increased by 27% and 39% in FY 2015 and FY 2016, respectively, and the company has guided this morning that it believes sales growth for FY 2017 (the year ending February) will be in the range of 28%-33% (previous guidance was 25%-30%). That will push sales into a £250 million-£260 million range. Going on past margins, that would generate a gross profit of around £150 million and it will then be a question of how much operational leverage can be generated through the achievement of relatively fixed costs. Today’s statement is bullish on that front, saying that operational leverage will result in improved EBITDA margins. If marketing and other expenses did not increase against last year, then about £50 million of operating profit would be left over. Interest is negligible, so pre-tax profit would be around that level. Marketing expenses are the great imponderable with this business, however: it needs to spend a lot on marketing to seize market share and to build the power of its own brands. Brokers are currently anticipating that after increased costs, c. £21 million of pre-tax profit will be left. But I expect that they will need to revise these forecasts materially higher after today’s statement. It feels strange to say this for a company on a trailing PE ratio of 72, but I suspect that boohoo is not wildly overpriced at this level. Given today’s update, perhaps it can generate, on an after-tax basis, something closer to £20 million in profits this year.# //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// The reporter points out that even at this price BOO shares might be good value at £800M market cap for £20M of profit this year. It's its perceived growth rate in the next few years that is still attracting investors at today's sky high price. The hound and I don't want to buy stocks in companies like BOO after the growth rate has been spotted by the wider market hundreds of fund managers and the lady next door. BOO and PVG have a few things in common and a few that are not. Both have the attraction of very fast organic growth.Both have markets for their products. They are also proven although PVG is reinvesting its cash this current year at the expense of any profit. PVG have one edge over BOO by way of its recurring revenues.BOO has nothing to fall back on if they hit a sales blip over a period of a few months. PVG is valued at £20M today but it's growth trajectory over the next five years could see it make £20M of profits in five years time. Those profits could be a great deal more stable than any BOO ever produce.Margins are 97% on PVG'S pet plans BOO'S are 60% of sales. Is it pie in the sky to think PVG could be worth £800M.? In short no I don't think it is. 10,000 vets signed to date selling 1.4 plans a week each @20.00 a time is £60M in sales by year 4. Year 5 only gets a third of the income the rest goes into year 6. Total after 5 years is £65M in sales. That would leave £45 million for other costs.This assumes no more vets are signed up which to be frank is silly. Forecasting is terribly difficult at the best of times and five weeks is a long time let alone 5 years. Since sales growth at PVG is running at around 100% a year and might increase on that shareholders might start to be rewarded sooner rather than later. Any share price that doubles in five years is paying you 20% a year a terribly good return. At £800M market cap in five years you could beat that no less than 38 times. Now theirs a thought.Time for ☕️ then back to work.
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