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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 49.50 413 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
48.00 51.00 49.50 49.50 49.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Industrials 52.08 10.00 5.58 8.7 85
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
09:52:55 O 413 49.05 GBX

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Ra Daily Update: Ra International Group Plc is listed in the General Industrials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RAI. The last closing price for Ra was 49.50p.
Ra International Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 48.30p and a 12 week average price of 46p.
The 1 year high share price is 71.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 27p.
There are currently 171,548,190 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 53,807 shares. The market capitalisation of Ra International Group Plc is £84,916,354.05.
norbert colon: It relates to this RNS: the press piece I understand is innacurate re; RAI's scope of services.
rivaldo: Looks like a new contract win for RAI: Https://,109611578-ar1 "Issue dated 06/10/2020 Emirates' remote logistics group RA International is to advise CAR general staff The Dubai-based contractor is to train the Central African Republic's armed forces under the supervision of the US Army. [...] (269 words)"
flc: Total have just signed a MOU with Mozambique Gov't for LNG so I suspect they will be in the mix. Gas reserves in Mozambique are huge and the big boys are moving in so the 37 acre site acquired by RAI could be quite instrumental in providing facilities to these large corporates.... could be a shrewd move.
rivaldo: New interview with the CEO not posted here before - interesting closing comment that RAI expect to see "significant more work coming our way from similar clients", i.e the likes of Total and Danakali: Https:// "RA International's (LON:RAI) Andrew Bolter caught up with Proactive's Katie Pilbeam on the back of its interim results to June 2020. Among the highlights the company was awarded what it's described as a landmark $60mln commercial contract to provide services to a new global client in Southern Africa. The two-year contract is their largest deal since coming to the AIM market. They've also been appointed by Danakali Ltd (ASX:DNK) (LON:DNK) as the preferred supplier to construct a 1150-person camp facility and other infrastructure during the construction phase of its Colluli mine in Eritrea."
flc: ...possibly some news coming through on first anchor tenants with possible french connection>>> RNS 2019 RA International Group PLC (AIM: RAI), a leading provider of services to remote locations in Africa and the Middle East, is pleased to announce the Group has significantly expanded its operations in Mozambique. The Group has successfully concluded an agreement to acquire a 150,000 m(2) parcel of land in Northern Mozambique and aims to commence building a large camp facility within months, in support of the upcoming gas projects in the region. Negotiations are already underway with potential anchor tenants. In addition, the Group has successfully acquired a 49% shareholding in Royal Food Solutions S. A (RFS), a family-owned Mozambique based provider of integrated facilities management services. RFS currently provides catering services to Mozal, KPMG, and Vodacom, making it the premier catering contractor in the country. The strategic investment in RFS will enhance the Group's ability to provide fully integrated camp services in Mozambique and RA International's enlarged presence in the region will position the Group well to capitalise on future opportunities.
rivaldo: I've been buying a few more on the dip. EDIT - immaculate timing - not :o(( This new article from Stockopedia reads well: Https:// "Choose high quality over junk Some of the most influential stock market studies have found that Quality is an important factor that tends to show up time and time again... Companies with a track record of profitable growth, high efficiency and solid finances, have been shown to be better bets on average than low quality, loss-making firms. By our calculations (which use a range of financial quality metrics) Ra International has a Quality Rank of 75 (where zero is poor and 100 is excellent). Opt for cheap over expensive Another well-research observation is that attractively valued shares tend to outperform expensive shares on average over time. So it's important to look at Value and whether a company is being fairly priced relative to what it earns, owns and what it pays out. By our calculations (which look at several valuation metrics) Ra International has a Value Rank of 71. Look for a positive trend It's easy to think that Momentum is only a measure for technical traders, but research once again shows that recent trends in both price and fundamentals can be a strong hint about the future. In the market, trends tend to persist, so it makes sense to look for stocks that are on an upward trajectory. By our calculations (which look at both price and earnings momentum) Ra International has a Momentum Rank of 86. Overall, there are signs here that Ra International has above-average exposure to three very important drivers of stock market profits..."
rivaldo: Another 300,000 shares bought back, at 62p....very confident: Https://
shanklin: Worth remembering all this cash used for buybacks is simply being thrown away as far as we investors are concerned, or rather used to incentivise staff... ...including directors? RAI have been very vague about recent performance but the future certainly looks very positive... ...provide RAI can show that operationally they have done all they can given Covid-19. We don’t need another COST type contractor
rivaldo: Wow - a $60m contract win covering the next two years.....this certainly is "significant". RAI have finally delivered on those large contracts they've talked about. And from a "new global client" too. The order book is looking very healthy now at $188m: Https://
rivaldo: My holding here is not particularly large as yet, but I completely disagree with the previous post. In rough terms, RAI already had $10m cash pre-ipo, and at IPO they raised a further $18m. They now have over $21m cash. So: (1) they're not specifically using the IPO funds at all for the buybacks (2) at the current price a full buyback of the 5m shares would only cost say £2.5m out of the cash pile (3) it's much better to use existing shares to satisfy share option issuances rather than further dilute shareholders, especially if the shares bought back are being bought at a favourable price - which I'm assuming they should be over time given the Balance Sheet strength and strong order book.
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