Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Real Good Food Plc LSE:RGD London Ordinary Share GB0033572867 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05 -1.61% 3.05 33,130 09:00:13
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2.90 3.20 3.10 3.05 3.10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 66.58 -20.15 -19.22 3
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:12:24 O 2,938 3.0625 GBX

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Real Good Food Daily Update: Real Good Food Plc is listed in the Food Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RGD. The last closing price for Real Good Food was 3.10p.
Real Good Food Plc has a 4 week average price of 3.05p and a 12 week average price of 2.65p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.15p.
There are currently 99,564,430 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 34,564 shares. The market capitalisation of Real Good Food Plc is £3,036,715.12.
red ninja: Great move for RGD. I should have bought a few yesterday.
galaxy enforcer: Well that is fantastic news for the company and cannot understand why the price is not far higher
red ninja: RGD Revenue falls 28%, but signs of recovery in business :- [...] Loan notes under discussion.
arthur_lame_stocks: A snippet from the Downing letter: "Real Good Food In the period, Real Good Food announced the disposal of Hayden’s bakery, with the proceeds used to pay down the rest of the term debt. At the time of our investment into the group, there was an allocation to Hayden’s for new capital equipment to improve throughput and efficiencies, particularly on a new yumyum line. This investment was made on the back of contracted demand from supermarkets. Post investment, Hayden’s began underperforming on margin assumptions whilst demand remained promising. Ultimately, and with the rest of the change which was going on in the group, the management team decided that it was better to divest this business now, rather than try to recover margin and bring it into profitability. On an annual run rate, we think the business was losing around £2 million and this cash could be used better elsewhere. The exit price was at net asset value which is disappointing but also reasonable given the cash losses. This leaves the group with two core, cash generative subsidiaries – Renshaw and Brighter Foods – as well as a couple of smaller subsidiaries. Renshaw and Brighter are both performing well on a revenue and profit basis. Stockdale, Downing’s house broker, recently published a note which pointed to combined historic EBITDA of these businesses of over £8.5 million. This would value the group today at under 1x EBITDA, and sub 5x EV/EBITDA. Given the potential for these businesses to grow and the stability of the capital structure of the group (no third-party debt) we think that this represents great value although it is unlikely that market sentiment will adopt this view until more progress can be demonstrated. There is still hard work to be done to ultimately realise value, but we believe the management team in place are top class and now well aligned to an outcome which should favour shareholders."
jason_scrap: Excellent update to be fair. Was expecting horrendous results because hardly any interest was shown at all by market on the last few RNS's. Assets sales, new BOD members, paying off of shareholder debts, general streamlining of business. Price won't stay at these levels for long IMHO. ?
barnetpeter: Only got the placing stock nowadays. The price has been moving up daily and I guess the company is very busy with Xmas orders. Could easily get back to 20 pence I guess.
jailbird: surprised this has not tanked to near placing price..
lammylover: The reason they aren't trading lower is the BOD put the RNS update out at 1030 hrs, so a lot of people will have missed it. This is a really underhand practise, which will be badly viewed by many, as effectively trying to hide the results. Another Shockingly bad update again. I feel sorry for the share holders on this one. Its only the big shareholders (owners) propping up this company by providing cash whenever it is needed to secure their investment. Otherwise it would go under or have to refinance again. I was tempted to buy in at 19p as a punt, but this just seems such a badly run company that I have no faith in the Management to turn it around any time soon. Sorry Rich
pugugly: Good money after bad comes to mind - Turnover vanity - profit sanity - IMO the latter possilby could apply to all managment especially past - 10% interest on bonds scalpers fee but justifiable as significant (imo) chance they might not get all funds back - Watching as could be nice business but DEBT potentially a killer. barnetpeter> You were wise to take the action you did - I never thought the trading update would be as bad as my interpretation of the sneeky one put out on effectivly Chrismas Eve when all departed the City Question for all - What price when Market opens ?
strollingmolby: Surprised to see Downing buying into RGD within its new Strategic Micro-Cap investment Trust: HTTPS:// "On 29 June 2017, RGD announced that it had raised a total of £15.5 million of expansion capital. DSM’s allocation of this issue was £6.77m - comprising £1.86m of equity and £4.91m of debt. Despite recently announced problems, we remain confident in the business and the underlying investment case."
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