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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Redhall Group Plc RHL London Ordinary Share GB0001112035 ORD 0.01P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 1.60 01:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
1.60 1.60
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DateSubject
31/5/2019
18:27
mustythedog: Lots of interest from potential investors so looks the group could be broken up and jobs saved. Doesn't help me, but it's the only positive
24/5/2019
08:02
tomboyb: i hope there is something here for investors - Maybe someone can buy out the equity here considering what Downing and the other institutions have put in - Otherwise For me it is a big Hit - !
24/5/2019
07:53
escapetohome: escapetohome - 01 May 2019 - 08:03:57 - 251 of 301 Redhall 2015 : Manufacturing higher margins - RHL Not another CON struction company, profit warning? Lets hope they dont follow other CON struction leaders very poor management , being honest about it. I hope “investorsR21; took note.
05/5/2019
00:16
dangersimpson2: Downing likley to be pushing for a sale of the busness at somepoint: Redhall has made progress in growing its order book, although it has been slow on both delivery and execution of it. Frustratingly, contract delays have consequently had an impact on working capital. Given these are large infrastructure projects, such as Crossrail and Hinckley Point C, and are often subject to delays, there was an inevitable knock on effect to Redhall. Ultimately, you would want this type of contracting business to have sufficient regular smaller business to weather the bumps, however this has not been the case. Although we now have a team that is more focused on engineering efficiency and best practice than ever before, there is still a lot of work to do. We cannot dispute the fact that Redhall either needs to be part of something larger or gain critical mass itself. We are of the view that a potential acquirer will value the toe-hold that Redhall provides into UK nuclear and infrastructure. Our strategic position of 22.9% across Downing client funds, has been accompanied by a £700,000 loan to the company, carrying a 12.5% redemption premium for its eight-month term. This allows us the influence and investor rights to ensure the correct corporate activity is followed. hTTps://www.investegate.co.uk/down-microcap-invtst/rns/annual-financial-report/201905030700039617X/
19/4/2019
23:45
nico115: Thx I'm a contrarian investor and don't think we go bust in short term Not saying we won't in time to come but could easily be 3pThe 2 biggest shareholders would have done good DD before lending 2m qd
18/4/2019
15:55
nico115: Any brave investors here could easily double or triple your money here Last RNS was v positive and the 2 largest shareholders are providing huge support to the company Strong Buy 3p target
26/9/2018
16:49
danny baker: Can't disagree with the comments so far on the trading update. I think one of the issues was the marine business of painting submarines in Barrow was highly profitable so when the contract ended it left a hole in profits. Nuclear business at Yate has been very slow to come through so they have had an expensive facility running well below capacity. As already said this is a jam tomorrow stock. What interests me though is the control by a handful of institutions. If we private investors are feeling fairly disgruntled what are those institutions thinking about the situation and what will they do to put it right? I can't help but think that below 5p there must be a strong likelihood of them deciding this company is too unpredictable to stay on AIM. Those who subscribed in the placing at 10p can't be at all pleased. I therefore could anticipate an offer to take it private at close to 10p which I'd be very grateful for. It could be worth far more when the nuclear orders come flooding in but a bird in the hand.....
13/6/2018
16:03
leading: Haywards - Agree. Rather a poor set of results. I expected them to be further through the turnaround by now. The unexpected increase in working capital is not encouraging either. Still a lot of work to do internally when they would want to be concentrating on sales. Time for more urgency from the management. They cannot keep churning out losses year after year, and investors have thrown quite a bit of capital at this. 2018 FY EPS is expected to be 0.3p. I don’t see it myself, but would love to be proved wrong.
15/3/2018
09:13
callumross: Delayed orders has been a standard excuse of RHL for years. They always sweeten the pill by chucking in a couple of "orders won" announcements with the profits warning. You guys are clearly new investors and have not followed RHL for as long as I have! "Rubbish Callum Great RNS". LOL!
09/10/2014
10:07
joan1234: Hinkley Point C: Commercial Terms Agreed A comprehensive set of agreements have been reached between EDF Group and the UK Government including in principle the key commercial terms for an investment contract of the planned Hinkley Point C (HPC) nuclear power station. The go-ahead has been given to construct two EPR reactors at HPC in Somerset and the agreement in principle, on the scope of the scheme and on the key terms of the investment contract , allows EDF Group to move ahead to secure partners for the financing of the project. Contained within the commercial terms is an agreement on a “strike price” that will be fair and balanced for both consumers and investors. It means HPC will offer stable and predictable prices through a “Contract for Difference”. So, if wholesale prices rise above the agreed “strike price”, consumers will not pay extra and if they fall below this price, the generator will receive a top-up payment. Customers pay nothing until the power station is operational. Preliminary works for the project are already well advanced, with a design approved by UK regulators, a nuclear site licence in place and planning permission being given for construction. Key terms of the contracts for the four most important suppliers to the project have now been finalised subject to a final investment decision. These are with: Bouygues TP/Laing O’Rourke for the civil work contract, Costain for the marine work, Alstom for the turbines and Areva for Instrumentation and Control, Nuclear Steam Supply System and Fuel. Redhall has strengthened its position to take advantage of the opportunities within the UK nuclear new build programme, by setting up strategic alliances with French companies ACPP and Baumert. The ACPP-Redhall joint venture primarily focuses on the design, manufacture and installation of the stainless-steel pond liners, tanks and sumps required. The commercial Heads of Terms agreement between Redhall and Baumert – a subsidiary of the French organisation Groupe Gorgé – will facilitate a turnkey package offering that includes design, manufacture and installation for shield and security doors used in nuclear power stations. Finalisation of the agreements and construction of the plant are subject to a final investment decision. The Government and EDF Group will work together to address the remaining steps which must be taken before that decision can be made. Posted in Redhall Nuclear
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