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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
React Group Plc LSE:REAT London Ordinary Share GB00BZ2JBG28 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.05 5.0% 1.05 1.00 1.10 1.05 1.00 1.00 1,312,899 10:03:40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 3.3 -2.0 0.7 1.6 5

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06/9/2020
09:10
That's not totally true. M Joyce 5M G Leates Nominal amount 585K Shaun Doak at 39 is the youngest director so maybe struggling to put a reasonable amount of cash together. I've had this in another company where the CEO admitted after many months of badgering that being 31, newly married and a recent mortgage he didn't have enough money to purchase shares. As Rivaldo pointed out above we're coming to the end of a trading year and expect an update. I would have expected the directors to have taken part in the last placing. They didn't which was disappointing. As others have pointed out they are now in an invidious situation if they now bought even if they could. It would show some confidence if they purchased some after the results are announced.
ged5
06/9/2020
08:23
I didn’t realize no skin in the game here from Directors...school boy error by me
ccr1958
04/9/2020
20:03
Tempting at 1p, although maiden profit could still mean anything really, there is possibly a bit of 'insurance' in the share price. The 12 contract wins in total was for 350K, finishing end August. That's not really that exciting. Now if it was for annual contracts, that would be different. I think to get ongoing annual specialist contracts, there is a lot of work to do, to get new customers. Not seen any contracts relating to covid - surely they would shout about those. My guess is for companies needing that, first port of call is their existing contractor or FM contractor. Why would any business go outside its existing contacts in an emergency ? If no covid, then the 'excitement' of a covid stock is not so appropriate. Perhaps they need to make up some BS to inflate the share price, or make some big acquisitions with placings and big talk. That does the trick temporarily in some cases.
yump
04/9/2020
13:28
Indeed. Have the courage of your convictions :o)) Only weeks to go until a year end trading update, which will reflect this outlook from the interims (which was followed by a "Multiple UK Contract Wins RNS): "The second half of the year has started well, with good trading across key sectors, especially healthcare, rail and facilities management. We remain confident of delivering a performance ahead of management expectations for the year to 30 September 2020 including a full year maiden profit."
rivaldo
03/9/2020
18:46
The interims looked positive, and new contracts won , can't work it out ...
brownbear3
03/9/2020
18:44
Surely they have won some decent contracts?Need to announce something soon.
investographer
03/9/2020
16:51
Someone agrees with you, Investographer. 2X 1M sells. The first one marked as a buy but I reckon a sell given the time.
ged5
03/9/2020
16:45
Does not instil any confidence when the CEO & CFO have not bought a single share between them & did not bother to participate in the recent placing.They need to have some skin in the game. I do not care about options- they are freebies.
investographer
03/9/2020
15:59
SP reverting to type. The Chairman should have been replaced with an industry expert but as close as she is to HRSF there was little chance of that. A missed opportunity one feels.
loftus16
03/9/2020
15:37
Hardly any trades all day then the 500K pops up at the end of day. 400K buy moved it up last thing on Friday so why do I fear the worst and expect an RNS in the morning?
ged5
03/9/2020
15:29
Looking good ....not...
ccr1958
02/9/2020
20:16
I doubt school or majority of SME will be spending huge sums on deep cleaning unless they have to. Why would they? Schools don't have spare cash and SMEs exist to make money. As long as they can be seen to be providing a safe Covid environment with cheap sanitiser, soap/water and social distancing then that is likely to be it. Who will police this? Nobody, so it will depend on whistleblowers... Look at the TUI flight from Zante.. TUI claim they told everyone to wear masks and keep seated, yet several passengers didn't. The cabin Crew didn't enforce the rules. I suspect larger companies may go further but lots of large offices are still largely empty with people working from home. How may people are deep cleaning their homes???
sikhthetech
02/9/2020
11:44
Some interesting points made in this latest blog but I do hope it's sent out to schools. If they are expecting schools to read it then it's a waste of time. My wife is a violin teacher and she had an email addressed to all the musical instrument teachers from the secondary school to allow 5 minutes at the end of each session to wipe down keyboards, music stands etc. I can't see schools, other than the big independent schools taking any interest in deep cleaning. I guess it might be different if there's an outbreak at the school but I'm not going to wish for that! Https://www.reactsc.co.uk/post/the-new-academic-year-starts-with-our-school-cleaning-service Note: The bid and offer are both creeping up even if it is on low volume.
ged5
28/8/2020
15:41
Well spotted, Zico. It looks like that 400K moved the share price
ged5
28/8/2020
15:31
Tick up right at the end of Friday interesting !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
zico01
26/8/2020
09:33
Https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8665053/Train-services-ramped-September-7-90-pre-Covid-levels.htmlThat is a lot of train carriages that need deep cleaning....
investographer
25/8/2020
21:17
Our plans to scale our business centre on organic growth and selected acquisitions. We're focusing on higher-margin sectors where we have differentiation, as well as recurring revenue streams They keep hinting at acquisitions, I think one will be announced soon
investographer
25/8/2020
10:58
From today's blog:- "Here at React, we know that Covid-19 deep cleaning and decontamination is a specialist job. Our infection control methodology involves a rigorous four-step process for cleaning surfaces. We test, clean, disinfect and test again, to provide maximum effect in eradicating the virus and giving reassurance that we have done so. Whether it’s a first response clean after a confirmed Covid-19 case, or general preventive deep cleaning, we’re here to clean and decontaminate. We’re also on hand to look after the hygiene of air circulation systems in buildings. Our air hygiene and compliance teams are available to look at everything from fire damper testing through to kitchen extractor degreasing. All of this feeds into a cleaner, healthier indoor environment. But we don’t neglect the cleaning of outside spaces either. The littering of used face masks has become a common sight, representing an infection risk, albeit a small one. This is one aspect of our roadside cleaning and hazardous waste removal service. Meanwhile, outdoor public shared spaces such as train station platforms and motorway service stations often have common touch points such as handrails which need decontamination. Https://www.reactsc.co.uk/post/covid-19-research-and-what-it-means-for-our-specialist-cleaning-services
ged5
25/8/2020
10:58
New blog post FYI from REAT about COVID-19 and its implications for cleaning of different environments: Https://www.reactsc.co.uk/post/covid-19-research-and-what-it-means-for-our-specialist-cleaning-services
rivaldo
21/8/2020
13:09
Agree, should be back to the placing price in no time.A very illiquid stock that will do well with a whiff of good news. It is very clear that they have been busy.Probably knew that there was a seller about & will wait to release further news
investographer
21/8/2020
12:44
Good to see the full 1.15p offer price being paid for buys earlier - often a sign that stock is tight and could lead to a rise such as we're now seeing.
rivaldo
21/8/2020
08:34
1.115 to sell 1.15 to buy. We could do with a reat good RNS to inject some life into this! :-)
ged5
21/8/2020
07:53
Thanks for asking the question, Investographer. So they have a holding less than 3%. I wonder if they'll consider increasing their holding if they like REAT.
ged5
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