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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Redde Northgate Plc LSE:REDD London Ordinary Share GB00B41H7391 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00 -0.52% 379.00 378.00 379.00 383.50 375.50 380.50 506,978 16:29:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 779.3 59.0 30.8 12.3 1,163

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26/5/2021
08:02
Zeus (tame broker) have a report out forecasting a growth in profit 2021/2/3 EPS figures 2021 Consensus 29.2 Zeus 29.9 2022 Consensus 34.2 Zeus 34.6 2023 Consensus 39.6 Zeus 43.4 Div PS figures 2021 Consensus 14 Zeus 15 2022 Consensus 17.2 Zeus 17.3 2023 Consensus 19.8 Zeus 21.7
johnhemming
12/5/2021
11:53
Shame it is an awful company to work for, and they don't look after or reward their employees.
bobwilson1
12/5/2021
10:48
brilliant update brilliant management
az4hr
12/5/2021
07:21
Board now expects underlying PBT for FY2021 to be moderately above the top end of the current range of analyst estimates[1] and not less than £92m [1] Current range of analyst estimates for FY2021 underlying PBT £83.3m to £88.0m
fenners66
12/5/2021
07:20
I liked this bit: "together with additional permanent cost savings achieved of £4.2m, the total annualised run rate is £18.8m, and is expected to be delivered at a one-off cash cost of £2.5m against an original estimate of £10m."
fenners66
12/5/2021
07:13
Yes, excellent results and sets up the new FY for a terrific start.
ttny2004
12/5/2021
07:11
Cracking update well done Redde
purplepelmets
12/5/2021
07:03
So much for the Calendar!! Pre-close Trading Statement. Stronger than expected performance with PBT ahead of consensus; entering new financial year in a position of strength Redde Northgate plc (LSE:REDD), the leading integrated mobility solutions platform providing services across the vehicle lifecycle, today announces a pre-close trading update for the year ended 30 April 2021, ahead of its results for the year scheduled for 7 July 2021. Group trading Further to the interim results announcement on 8 December 2020, momentum has continued to build across the Group in the second half of FY2021. Against the backdrop of COVID-19, including the most recent lockdowns in the UK, total closing VOH has grown 2% across the Group in the second half, comprising 4% growth in UK&I, with Spain broadly flat. Closing VOH is now higher than prior year by 13% in UK&I, 9% in Spain and 11% in the combined Group. The used vehicle market has remained strong in LCVs (particularly in the UK) delivering higher disposal profits than expected. Redde continued to be impacted by reduced volumes through the period, but post the easing of lockdown restrictions in early April, volume indicators are now showing a significant pick up. Based on unaudited results, underlying revenues (excluding vehicle sales) were approximately 51% higher than the prior year, and total Group revenues (including vehicle sales) were approximately 43% higher than the prior year. The increase in revenues year on year is primarily attributable to the inclusion of Redde since the Merger on 21 February 2020, as well as LCV rental and sales growth. As a consequence of the stronger than expected performance in H2, the Board now expects underlying PBT for FY2021 to be moderately above the top end of the current range of analyst estimates[1] and not less than £92m. Focus, Drive and Broaden The Group continues to make excellent progress on delivering its strategic initiatives through the Focus, Drive and Broaden framework. To date, it has achieved Merger integration savings of £14.6m against the FY2022 target of £15m. Together with additional permanent cost savings achieved of £4.2m, the total annualised run rate is £18.8m, and is expected to be delivered at a one-off cash cost of £2.5m against an original estimate of £10m. Cash flow and financing The Group's financial position remains strong, with continuing good cash flow generation in the period, closing the year with substantial headroom under its debt facilities. From this position of strength we have taken the opportunity post year-end to acquire c2,000 vehicles from a Scottish vehicle rental business for approximately £25m, bringing significant benefits from ongoing customer relationships, which we would look to further strengthen through our expanded Group offerings. Outlook With rental revenue and used LCV values supporting a strong closing position to the financial year and Redde volumes showing a strong rebound post lockdown restrictions easing in early April, the Board is confident that the strategy it set out at the time of the Merger will deliver the value it envisaged. Commenting on the trading update, Martin Ward, CEO Redde Northgate said: “The second half of the year has delivered a strong set of results. The demand for LCV rental and used LCV sales has seen an uplift in H2 and sets the business up well going into our new financial year. Traffic volumes and resultant mobility and repair incidents continued to be suppressed throughout H2 but early indications, post lockdown restrictions easing in early April, have shown a strong bounce back as daily routines in mobility resume. “Our integration plans have almost delivered the revised targets we set out on cost savings, well ahead of time, and well below the one-time cash costs to implement. This has placed the business in a strong position as we face into a number of opportunities to deliver our unique integrated mobility platform proposition. However, I recognise there is still much more to do to deliver the full benefits of our strategy, and we remain focussed on our strategic initiatives. “I am particularly thankful to our people who have worked tirelessly throughout the year to deliver exceptional service to our customers. Many of our colleagues have taken up the SAYE share scheme, launched this year, and it’s good to see they have the opportunity to share in the future success of the business. Our entry into the FTSE250 index in April was a milestone we are all proud to have achieved. “We enter FY2022 from a position of strength, and we look forward to updating on progress as we continue to execute on our strategy. ” Notice of Results The Group is planning to announce its preliminary results on 7 July 2021 and publish its Annual Financial Report shortly thereafter.
skinny
11/5/2021
15:34
Thanks Skinny, I'd missed that.
zho
11/5/2021
15:31
Yes 19th May - Wednesday :- Financial Calendar.
skinny
11/5/2021
15:25
The last two FY TU's were on 14/5/19 and 19/5/20, both Tuesdays, so perhaps we'll get a TU next Tuesday?
zho
09/4/2021
20:11
REDD to replace KAZ in FTSE250 from next Wednesday
zho
06/4/2021
13:12
Indeed and well enough
fenners66
06/4/2021
11:32
Been some nice steady share price increase here of late.Fenners- how you are doing? Assume same person from Ashtead late 90s group with Neil, Glenn, etc?
ttny2004
23/3/2021
15:25
What happened there?
fenners66
18/3/2021
15:45
Yesterday and today are the two highest volume days since July.
zho
17/3/2021
17:24
Volume's keen today
owenski
13/3/2021
08:30
>Convince me someone? It is rather obviously legal. In the end, however, some companies buy in the shares others issue new shares. The value of shares to shareholders in those companies that buy in the shares is greater. It is perhaps more of an issue as to having it very clear whether shares are bought in for options or not. In the end, however, REDD has a book value of perhaps £3.58 so each share bought in adds to the total book value by about 50p. If the shares were at a higher value this calculation would be different.
johnhemming
12/3/2021
21:39
Not only far better, but the only correct way. I'm not sure why issuing shares to pay bonuses is even legal. Convince me someone? (If they have to buy in shares then Boards will be cautious about giving out bonuses like chocolates at Christmas.)
wbodger
23/2/2021
12:36
Good to see the company buying in to honor the LTIP and future LTIP awards, far better than issuing more stock. It implies that cash flow is good, so the dividend looks increasingly secure.
flyfisher
21/2/2021
20:07
lifting of restrictions will yield substantially more income for the Redde business. A change from purchase to lease of vehicles will massively improve the balance sheet. Then a re-rating?
tennis123
02/1/2021
15:20
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