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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
  0.00 0.0% 1.00 0.95 1.05 1.00 1.00 1.00 502,775 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 3.3 -2.0 0.7 1.5 5

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/9/2020
12:55
Ged5, The government have been incompetent in the way they have handled Covid crisis. They are hiding behind 'Following the science' which is BS. It's not as if the world has never had epidemics/pandemics before. It's common sense that masks would help reduce the spread, it's common sense that you don't send patients from hospitals to care homes without testing them (and waiting for the result). Allowing Spaniards to enter the UK to attend a football match when cases were surging in Spain is probably the most stupid decision ever made, 2nd only to sending untested patients from hospitals to care homes!!!!! So I share your anger.
sikhthetech
18/9/2020
12:31
Hi Sikhthetech. Post 1128 referred only to Tier1 rail customers. Of course there was the announcement on 21st July about the multiple contracts from a FM customer. Your second quote is taken from the two announcements about the rail customer. So there were two big contracts for 50 weeks in total which were on top of the regular work. At least that's the way I read it. I was agreeing with Zico that REAT have mentioned Universities for the first time. There have been other tweets where different areas have been mentioned but I haven't gone back through them yet. I was going to do it yesterday but Dido Harding annoyed me when she appeared before the Select Committee talking about not anticipating the demand for testing. I post elsewhere about such incompetence.
ged5
18/9/2020
12:07
Zico01 Worth reminding everyone what those contracts are worth surely ?
yump
18/9/2020
11:56
GED5, "first contract 23rd Jan for 15weeks. second contract 14th May." Any more contracts since May, given lockdown has been easing? "is incremental to the work REACT carries out for this customer on a regular basis." Are these their current customers then?? Who are the new customers?
sikhthetech
18/9/2020
11:55
Indeed Zico. There have been a number of tweets where different areas have been mentioned. The contracts not big enough to warrant a RNS but providing steady income. Eight more working days to the end of year. We might yet get an announcement of another major contract but even if we don't there are other regular contracts building the income stream. The company have continuously stated they expect the results to exceed management expectations. They announced a trading update a week after the half year end. Not long to wait to see if they do the same for full year results. A growing company that gets major contracts whilst building the smaller regular business contracts.
ged5
18/9/2020
11:31
In the latest blog they say they're working with a number of Uk universities to provide a one stop shop specialist cleaning service. That's the first time REACT has mentioned they're working with universities. These are regular long term contracts generating good income. NICE.
zico01
13/9/2020
12:31
I don't post on LSE but interesting to read the post from yesterday. Someone is confused about the Tier1 rail contracts. The first contract for 15 weeks was announced on 23rd January 2020 for half a million pounds and is incremental to work that REACT carries out for this Customer on a regular basis. The second was announced on 14th May 2020. The initial contract, worth approximately £400k, will run for a period of 35-weeks through to the end of the calendar year and is incremental to the work REACT carries out for this customer on a regular basis. So there are two material contracts that required an announcement plus regular cleaning services which will earn revenue but not require announcements. Roll on the trading update. First week of October perhaps?
ged5
11/9/2020
16:45
Have a good weekend all.
ccr1958
11/9/2020
14:28
Full steam ahead ...
brownbear3
11/9/2020
13:43
Agree with paragraphs 1 and 3, Rivaldo. I also agree that the questions Investographer asked are unlikely to be answered but if posters on BBs are to be believed then brokers can on occasion be helpful with some concerns. I am of the opinion that those in the financial industry believe the less PI's know the better! Good to see a little rise even if it's on low volume.
ged5
11/9/2020
13:30
Thanks for the reassurance!Although this is my worst performing stock, it has the most potential to multi bag.Have been concerned by the large sells over the last few weeks. Hopefully seller is done!
investographer
11/9/2020
13:15
Patience Investographer. The year end trading update will likely be in the next 4-6 weeks, so not long to wait. If anyone believes the current share price is cheap then this is a great opportunity. Allenby wil never comment on such matters and you shouldn't expect them to, they can only talk about what's in the public domain. Contact the company directly - some are more forthcoming than others, especially if you're polite and get to know the directors after a while. There's actually been quite a lot of contract win news flow. The last was less than two months ago, and before that in May, February and January. Many companies barely issue any such news as their individual wins aren't above the materiality limits.
rivaldo
10/9/2020
17:45
I wrote to Ian Jermin at Allenby re concerns at the huge drop in SP, lack of news & lack of Director ownership.He replied that FCA rules do not allow him to talk to private investors.Why bother releasing the report to shareholders? Just give it to Institutions then.
investographer
09/9/2020
12:59
You wouldn’t want to have a lot of these.
albert3591
09/9/2020
08:46
Yes, I see she has a small amount. There is no excuse for not owning any shares of you are a CEO or CFO.
investographer
09/9/2020
08:26
Gillian Leates Non-Executive Chairman & Company Secretary no data UK£58.00k 0.12% £ 5.9k
hodhasharon
09/9/2020
08:25
They only earn 50 or 60 grand a year. Sometimes they simply can't afford to invest.
hodhasharon
09/9/2020
07:47
The problem is not Institutions holding, it is the lack of shares being held by management. The CEO Shaun Doak & CFO Andrea Pankhurst do not own a single share between them. They have no skin in the game. I did point this out to management & Shaun told me about their options. I am not interested in these freebies & not impressed that they did not bother taking part in the recent placing
investographer
08/9/2020
22:37
yump You are no mate of mine you idiot i do not need your advice You do not hold any shares in this company . That makes you a troll and yes you are a liar posting false infomation on this forum. illiterate means [ a person who is unable to read or write ] by you calling me that you are lying AGAIN You do not own any shares in this company so why do you continue to troll
zico01
08/9/2020
20:55
Fair play Zico is a complete numpty.
safeone
08/9/2020
06:59
Date Open High Low Close Volume Sep 7, 2020 1.05 1.05 0.90 1.00 6,364,894 Sep 4, 2020 1.074 1.074 1.00 1.05 1,693,276 Sep 3, 2020 1.194 1.194 1.00 1.025 2,923,389 Sep 2, 2020 1.155 1.209 1.15 1.20 477,298 Sep 1, 2020 1.152 1.152 1.152 1.20 76,942
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