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
  0.50 1.05% 48.00 186,411 08:26:10
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
47.00 49.00 48.00 47.50 47.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Industrials 47.13 4.85 2.78 17.4 82
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:26:17 O 150,000 48.00 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 47.50p.
Ra International Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 39.50p and a 12 week average price of 39.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 71.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 33p.
There are currently 171,548,190 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 151,377 shares. The market capitalisation of Ra International Group Plc is £82,343,131.20.
tomps2: RA International (RAI) FY20 results presentation given 30th March 2021 by Soraya Narfeldt, CEO, Lars Narfeldt, COO and Andrew Bolter, CFO. Watch the video here: Https:// Or Listen the podcast version here: Https://
gaiusgracchus: Yeah it's a decent signal. Have been thinking what will drive the share price higher over coming years and surely it has to be free cash flow generation. This sounds obvious, I know, but net cash has fallen from $26m at IPO to $7m at end 2020. Fair enough they raised the money at IPO to invest to grow, but now it's time for sustainable FCF generation, in my opinion. Until that happens (or the market believes it will imminently happen) I wouldn't be suprised to see the share price stay in the same range as the past couple of years.
jere8184: Sounds good, the company keeps improving and the share price declining, what more could you ask for.
multibagger: Most importantly let us hope that Mr Phillip Mawer is returned safely and the situation in Mozambique improves. Though I am no expert on either the Country or the situation there, I am of the view that from a RAI perspective this particular project is almost "written off" for the next 12-18 months or so. Though the Govt may act decisively, these kind of issues tend to fester and escalate from time to time - kidnapping tends to become a mainstream activity to raise further funds for criminal activity like in the Niger Delta or off the Horn of Africa. The unpredictability and randomness of events in such conflict areas would deter any kind of organised activity such as business and often spread across poorly demarcated and controlled borders into neighbouring areas. In light of the above, I think RAI will do well to maintain its SP, however I feel that drip-dripping* of unsettling news and uncertainty could weaken the share price significantly, which in turn may trigger a share buyback (if permitted under the Resolutions passed). Good luck to all holders. * Edited: 0920 hrs:30.03.2021 so that it reads better.
shanklin: The business looks in very decent shape except for the very serious problems in Mozambique. They look they are really scaling up the business and the share price seems far too low given their order book. I guess the situation must have appeared very different when they took on this work. Hopefully they have no other contracts that are at this level of risk. I understand why they would not want to do so at this point, but they really need to be clear as to their B/S and order situation if they are forced to write off all their Mozambique assets and contracts. No holding in RAI for the last eight months.
rivaldo: Gawain, mnay thanks for the new Canaccord note. An initiation of coverage note by a newly appointed house broker will generally be pretty conservative in nature in my experience, allowing for future upgrades. Especially with the 2020 results due in the next couple of months. I too believe there's large upside here given the growing order books. And we may be pleasantly surprised for 2021 with any significant deferrals of work from 2020. In the meantime I'm happy to hold too see the share price reflect the newly forecast 8.3p EPS for next year.
gawain boilyer heid: I focus on the oilies normally but a chum pointed me here as a stock to look at. Here is the Canaccord research summary: Robust cash outlook for 2021E RA International (RAI) provides specialist facilities and support services in remote locations for international and multilateral clients. Its business is founded on a track record of delivery and integrity in some of the most challenging commercial environments in the world. Since listing in June 2018, its business has changed significantly: it has diversified its operating country exposure, increased its government and commercial customer base, increased the size of contracts it takes on, and has built a significantly stronger pipeline of recurring business. Despite the short-term challenges of COVID-19 on its business, we see the outlook for RAI as highly attractive going into 2021, due a step-change in free cash generation, an increasing share of high-margin recurring services in its earnings mix, and the multiple contract awards secured in 2020. In the short term there remain significant barriers to executing work due to COVID-19 related effects, and we base our valuation on a range that goes from minimal opening up in the short term, through to a top end which sees faster contract progression this year and rapid growth next. We initiate coverage with a BUY and a price target of 80p. The numbers look like this: FYE Dec 2019A 2020E 2021E 2022E Sales (US$M) 69.1 63.4 59.6 87.8 EBITDA (US$M) 17.3 13.9 13.0 21.3 Net Debt (Cash) (US$M) (19) (11) (7) (14) EPS Adj&Dil (p) 8.0 5.3 3.7 8.3 DPS (p) 1.3 1.6 1.7 1.9 P/E (x) 8.9 13.5 19.5 8.6 EV/EBITDA (x) 6.6 8.2 8.8 5.3 Looking past the hiatus that is COVID-19 this looks very undervalued on a 12 month view. Thus far it seems to have been overlooked by the ESG brigade.
sev22: Following today's share price rise RAI has smashed through all the moving day averages and is now a strong buy.
shanklin: Fair comments rmillaree I have held RAI for a lot of the period since they floated and it has been one of my larger holdings albeit I have zero currently. In many respects the share price looks far far too low. I just feel they need to up their game on: - giving us a more detailed picture of the business - corporate governance and keeping the market appropriately updated albeit there is no lack of quantity on that front We all know they largely operate in out of the way places and that there is more project risk than would be the case in other locations... ...and that they have had some genuine misfortunes hit them since floating... ...albeit they are now large enough that the odd negative surprise should not rock the boat unduly. I think all investors accept this; I certainly did. So, to make all this risk more acceptable, I would suggest they focus on doing all the things where they do have absolute control to the highest possible standard. So: - don't used money raise in the float to buy shares and give huge numbers to directors... ...if you need to give directors shares make them options with stretching targets and a sensible strike price, so they are rewarded along with shareholders - do give what guidance you can on PBT... ...or at least tell us why you aren't. IIRC, when RAI have done this sort of thing in the past it has been a pre-cursor to less than delightful numbers... please stop doing this and just give us the facts, especially if there is a good explanation. - give us as much detail as you can about the situation over the next two to three years I really don't see any of this as difficult to resolve. Most of us can see the own goals, so some decent Investor Relations advice from the new NOMAD should really sort this out. I hope to be back invested here soon, even if I end up paying a higher share price for a bit more certainty.
flc: Thanks SEV22. Very upbeat podcast...particularly like the references to RAI being the 'go to' company to service remote locations and likelihood of second half results being strong :-) His summary that RAI are a great company to invest in with progressive dividend policy makes me wonder why share price has flat lined...they just need more investor attention and another contract win of note.
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