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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 1.00 113,500 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
07/10/2020
16:28
OAP, they OFFER cleaning in different sectors as any cleaning company would BUT crucialy, RAIL is one of TWO sectors which is GROWING compensating for the others are not. From rns: "Revenue continues to grow in the rail and healthcare sectors more than compensating for temporary disruption in others.”" With govn abolishing rail franchises then that is likely to impact future contracts.
sikhthetech
07/10/2020
16:02
Going full monty python.So what ave React Group cleaned for us ?The TrainsYep apart from the trains ?And TracksideYes but apart from the Trains and trackside what have they ever cleaned for us ?Education Sector CleaningHospital & Clinical HygieneEmergency CleaningRoadside & Hazardous WasteAlright apart from the bloody trainsDon't forget trackside Yes apart from trains trackside Education Sector Cleaning Hospital & Clinical Hygiene Emergency Cleaning Roadside & Hazardous Waste what have they cleaned? Industrial & CommercialVoid Property ClearancesCustodial CleaningVentilation System CleaningAlright alright just go to their website!
oapknob1
07/10/2020
15:40
Chill. Up 25.5 percent today. Sell up if your happy. Or wait and see where the share price goes from here.Today has been a good day ?
oapknob1
07/10/2020
15:23
Oap, "Revenue continues to grow in the rail and healthcare sectors more than compensating for temporary disruption in others.”" Exactly. Rail is one of the TWO sectors which is growing. With rail franchises being abolished, contracts will be impacted when govn tender these out. Tendering out by govn usually means looking for the cheapest so lower contract values and squeezed margins.
sikhthetech
07/10/2020
15:14
Healthcare big sector. Hospitals, Labs, pharmacies, care homes, GP surgeries etc.Road sector pretty big really given there are roads in every area of the country ( plenty scope for expansion ) All the maintenance sites to be kept clean, Local Road authority buildings, Supply chain premises, Storage yards and buildings etc.Then Facilities management. Contracts ended August 2020, but look at all the Facilities management premises nationwide who will be looking for regular cleaning when the lockdown ends.Trains are a cog. "The regular maintenance business largely operates in the healthcare, road and rail sectors. Revenue continues to grow in the rail and healthcare sectors more than compensating for temporary disruption in others."
oapknob1
07/10/2020
14:12
Over 13 million shares traded today.Many of those delayed trades showing up as red are actually Buys when you look at the spread at that time.
investographer
07/10/2020
13:26
Investo, "What is your obsession with rail franchises?" The train contract is frequently mentioned by the bulls as the reason for investing here.... Contract margins will be squeezed if govn tenders out the contracts. "React Group are not a one trick pony & have fingers in many pies with a wide variety of contracts in different sectors." Name me these MANY OTHER SECTORS that REAT provides to and include the contract values. You can always refer to a friend if you don't know the answer...lol
sikhthetech
07/10/2020
12:45
Yet another quality reply to the rail franchise question stt1, Yes but don't fall for the spin. Nothing has changed. As the government website says: "Franchising is replaced with more demanding Emergency Recovery Measures Agreements (ERMAs)." Those ERMAs are between the government and the private Train Operating Companies to say the TOCs must run trains as usual and it is the government who will foot the bill, and make up for the lost revenues from the reduction in passengers. So from React's point of view, this is still excellent news, because the trains will run like usual, the TOCs will have the same amount of money as usual, and... ... the trains will have to be cleaned much more than usual! This increases the demand for [deep] cleaning companies like React. They work with one Tier-1 railway company already. Why not a couple more? So yes well done for considering this but you're barking up the wrong tree to think this is somehow a negative for React.
investographer
07/10/2020
12:39
I think if they stopped cleaning emptyish trains, there would be an outcry, as you never know when someone will get on. However all we know at the moment is that reat are busy and the forecast. Come the results it will be easier to see whether the increase in revenue vs fixed and variable costs is likely to give significant growth.
yump
07/10/2020
12:35
What is your obsession with rail franchises?React Group are not a one trick pony & have fingers in many pies with a wide variety of contracts in different sectors.Thanks for pointing it out, but the positive benefits of investing here far outweigh the negatives that you have mentioned.All IMVHO of course ; )
investographer
07/10/2020
12:30
Yump, "I’m sure cleaning on trains would not be disrupted by the end of franchise." I don't think cleaning will be disrupted but govn tenders out services to the cheapest provider. Therefore, future contracts, margins will be squeezed and there's no guarantee REAT will win further contracts. Also because trains are empty, less demand for deep cleaning. Why clean seats or carriages which are empty?
sikhthetech
07/10/2020
12:29
Dear me, there are some thick bigoted folk around, who need a course in basic logic. A statement about whether its a good time to buy, doesn’t mean anyone has bought.
yump
07/10/2020
12:26
Had no idea who the previous poster was and why he was filtered, removed and quickly added again as complete waste of oxygen lol!
mickinvest
07/10/2020
12:26
I’m sure cleaning on trains would not be disrupted by the end of franchise. The key thing is whether reat have picked up significant covid-related contracts, which is an unknown. Sorry to confuse anyone who views me as being in the ‘knocking̵7; corner.
yump
07/10/2020
12:10
Investographer... The govn are abolishing Rail franchises... Read the govn website rather than anonymous posters who are pumping/dumping. Facts are there. "ENDED RAIL FRANCHISING AFTER 24 YEARS" - it's pretty clear and unambigious. "Ministers today ended rail franchising after 24 years as the first step in bringing Britain’s fragmented network back together. The new system will create a simpler, more effective structure and will take shape over the coming months. The first stage, today, is moving operators onto transitional contracts to prepare the ground for the new railway." https://www.gov.uk/government/news/rail-franchising-reaches-the-terminus-as-a-new-railway-takes-shape
sikhthetech
07/10/2020
12:02
Contract news imminent me thinks
ny boy
07/10/2020
11:42
And to addI'll add to that and can say that our offices (a UK wide financial services LLP) have now opened from this week on a reduced capacity . Key to this is a deep clean at the end of everyday ready for the next days bookings. More cleaning, not less (and no longer a cleaner whizzing by with a duster and a can of Pledge).
investographer
07/10/2020
10:41
Investo "The government will only increase cleaning contracts if franchises are taken over, so win/ win situation there." Govn tender out contracts. Therefore, future contracts will be tendered to the cheapest cleaner, lowering margins. There are other competitors offering 30day protection, which the govn could find more cost effective. GTR using 30-day Coronavirus killer to further protect passengers and colleagues http://www.mynewsdesk.com/uk/govia-thameslink-railway/pressreleases/gtr-using-30-day-coronavirus-killer-to-further-protect-passengers-and-colleagues-3001606
sikhthetech
07/10/2020
10:29
New management & now in profit with increasing revenues & new contracts. Year end trading update in next few weeks.Covid-19 will not go away & should benefit @react_scThe government will only increase cleaning contracts if franchises are taken over, so win/ win situation there.Universities, hospitals, courts, police stations, prisons, schools, offices, the list is endless.React Group have a decent contract with an East Midlands University. I am sure that many will now follow.A micro cap 6 million pound company with two million in cash, profit making, increasing revenues, no debt, Winning new contracts. All the makings of a future Zulu share!
investographer
07/10/2020
10:11
Still nothing about the impact to future contracts of the govn abolishing train franchises. Trains are empty and train companies are losing money. The govn has abolished train franchises. Empty trains means lower demand for deep cleaning. What is the impact of the govn abolishing train franchises on future contracts for REAT? https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-54232015 Also Staff are working from home. Therefore lack of demand for office deep cleaning. This is rising on small trades to push the share price higher. No news. I'm in for a short term punt...The crowd here will be out before news. The time to sell will be before them, ie before results.
sikhthetech
07/10/2020
09:27
Well said Ged ...I just tweeted something similar #REAT
ccr1958
07/10/2020
08:52
Why shouldn't it? After all REAT has growing revenues, has already made a profit for half year, expected to increase that profit in the second half, and is talking about expanding. It's not hope and a prayer here, it's not chasing rainbows, it's a good down to earth making money company.
ged5
07/10/2020
08:38
5m shares now traded - looks like you were right EC, plenty of large trades (by REAT's standards) going through. Encouraging to see the price rising on such healthy volumes.
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