Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ra International Group Plc LSE:RAI London Ordinary Share GB00BDZV6W26 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 38.00 37.00 39.00 38.00 38.00 38.00 852 07:49:59
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Industrials 43.0 7.8 4.9 8.0 66

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09/12/2019
08:15
Reasonable takes from the CFO's purchase this close to YE He thinks the shares are cheap right now. Results should be inline with previous guidance. A transformational deal is not about to be announced.
cockerhoop
09/12/2019
07:25
Not if nothing's been signed yet but discussions are going well. Or maybe the CFO just thinks the shares are cheap right now.
rivaldo
09/12/2019
07:24
LOL Rivaldo Surely that would be insider trading
shanklin
09/12/2019
07:22
Great to see the CFO buying around £64,000 of stock - most unusual to see a CFO buying that much on his own. Perhaps RAI are finally on the way to achieving one of those "transformational" contracts.
rivaldo
06/12/2019
17:08
Wish I had averaged down a bit more now. Oh well. At least it's going in the right direction and for such a small company my holding is probably big enough.
scooper72
06/12/2019
16:35
This is going to look dreadful if RAI announce trading ahead of previous indications.
shanklin
06/12/2019
16:32
Yes, always good to see a tick up on a Friday afternoon. Hopefully some updates coming through over the next week or so.
flc
06/12/2019
16:28
Brought some interest here RNS Number : 0900W RA International Group PLC 06 December 2019 6 December 2019 RA INTERNATIONAL GROUP PLC Director / PDMR Holdings RA International Group PLC (AIM: RAI) ("RA" or "the Company") announces that it has been notified by Andrew Bolter, Chief Financial Officer, that on 4 December 2019 and 5 December 2019 he purchased Ordinary shares in the Company as follows:. Number of Shares Purchase Price Date of Transaction Acquired 50,000 0.3440 GBP 4 December 2019 --------------- -------------------- 70,000 0.3440 GBP 4 December 2019 --------------- -------------------- 15,715 0.3460 GBP 5 December 2019 --------------- -------------------- 50,000 0.3400 GBP 5 December 2019
cheshire man
28/11/2019
18:27
It maybe trading fine but, if it is, one wonders why the share price just goes on drifting downwards. I have exited at a notable loss over the week or so but will happily buy back if it’s less of a sh1t show than the share price is currently suggesting. Great shame the news flow is so poor.
shanklin
28/11/2019
17:55
...took a few profits....
scooper72
28/11/2019
17:29
Bought before the summer, took a few products, bought some more when the price slipped, and then a few more. Now down 24 percent and won't be averaging down. But for now plan to hold for the long term. It's in the SIPP and with a few years yet before I hit 55 it's probably best taking a long term view on a refreshingly different business from the usual fin tech start ups. Of course if there is some news that points to long term probs I would think about cutting my losses. unless any
scooper72
28/11/2019
14:21
Taken a tiny piece here in the hope that I'm not the last one to find out about bad news. Won't be the first time though and won't be the last. Fingers crossed...
cwa1
28/11/2019
14:08
Always a difficult one with aim stocks when there is a lack of news. Last year they gave an operational update in December, could do with something again this year. From my limited research, they seem well regarded and reliable. I like their business model and the fact that they use local labour which makes them different from their larger competitors, so I am holding.
chezt
27/11/2019
16:44
Still pondering this one. 'Usual' problem of deciding whether low pe's are an anomoly or just reflect lack of interest in the business itself as an investment. I have noticed for a lot of years now, that low pe's seem to be particular feature of floated businesses that earn in something other than £. We had a rush of Chinese stocks 10 years ago (ish) all on low pe's (disasters a plenty), Israeli stocks, Asian stocks, Australian stocks and US stocks. I struggle to think of any that have done anything consistently well in terms of investment returns. Perhaps, given the AIM casino, that just adds another layer of scepticism for serious investors. Clearly for the short term punters and pumpers, any AIM stock that is bigging up its offering while losing a shed load of money is OK, but once you can measure the profit performance, I think the investor group changes and they're more risk averse.
yump
27/11/2019
14:03
Tempting again especially as we've not had any new contract announcements for circa 5 months and prior to that they were landing nearly every other month. Probably overdue some kind of announcement but I'm going to sit tight now that I've been averaging down.
flc
27/11/2019
13:50
Usual dilemma, top up opportunity or time to bail out?
tiswas
15/10/2019
21:22
Depends if they bought from another institution?
shanklin
15/10/2019
18:11
With Jupiter upping its share holding to 5.2%, I make that less that 10% of shares are in the hands of PIs.
chezt
13/9/2019
13:29
Cenkos have left their forecasts unchanged post-interims and "remain confident" in them: this year : 8c EPS, 1.7c dividend, $31.5m net cash next year : 8.5c EPS, 2.1c dividend, $36.8m net cash Here's a couple of extracts: "This morning, RA International announced interim results for the period to 30 June 2019. During the period RA secured over US$65m new contracts and further diversified its revenues geographically and by customer. The contracted order book is now over US$166m, up c40% since December 2018. As indicated in the trading statement on 24 June 2019, both revenue and profitability for FY19 will be H2/19 weighted. With RA seeing increasing numbers of Supply contracts as well as several longer-term contracts starting in H2/19, we remain confident in our FY19 forecast." "Outlook & forecasts. RA has focused on customer diversification and increasing geographic spread, as well as bidding on larger, longer duration contracts in the period. Success from this has been clearly shown with the number of contract awards over recent months, with most commencing during H2/19. We have left our forecasts unchanged with our FY19E revenue forecast of US$60.2m representing 36% of the current contracted revenue backlog (cUS$166m) and good revenue visibility for H2/19. We forecast FY19E net cash of US$31.6m, c32% of the current market cap. The shares trade at a FY19E PER of 7.1x and EV/EBITDA of 4.1x, falling to 6.7x and 3.3x 2020E respectively. 2019E prospective yield is 2.8%, covered 4.7x."
rivaldo
10/9/2019
08:16
The spread is obviously a bit of a chasm on a small stock like this. But increased my holding this morning.
scooper72
14/8/2019
07:55
Someone dumping stock this morning
mattafc
12/8/2019
14:50
Took an opening position here last week as it popped up on one of my screens. Looks interesting with management seemingly competent in obtaining increasing orders from UN,UK and US and thereby reducing specific country risk.
valhamos
05/8/2019
14:38
Decided not to get any in the end - too many question marks that I can't answer and have already got 2 good sized investments in businesses where contracts keep getting delayed that don't also carry the overseas risk, the issue (maybe just me?) that its floated here while being an overseas business and its now in bigger construction where potential delays are worse. I did think about buying if it goes into bargain territory but I can't really imagine the p/e getting above 10 ish for a long time. Good luck to holders. If I didn't have the other risky delay-rife investments I'd probably have a few.
yump
05/8/2019
14:12
Managed to nick a small opening position on the drop today. Please to now be holding, looks value even given the risk, management looks very competent and have a significant vested interest in the share price. Hopefully more contract wins to come and act as a catalyst for a re-rating
mattafc
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