Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Restore Plc LSE:RST London Ordinary Share GB00B5NR1S72 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  17.50 5.83% 317.50 4,845 09:24:12
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
305.00 330.00 317.50 312.50 312.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 215.60 27.80 15.30 20.8 399
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
09:28:46 O 152 324.50 GBX

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Restore Daily Update: Restore Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RST. The last closing price for Restore was 300p.
Restore Plc has a 4 week average price of 300p and a 12 week average price of 300p.
The 1 year high share price is 556p while the 1 year low share price is currently 300p.
There are currently 125,654,025 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 386,203 shares. The market capitalisation of Restore Plc is £398,951,529.38.
cwa1: Modest but positive:- 6 October 2020 Restore plc ("Restore" or the "Company") Director/PDMR Shareholding Restore plc (AIM: RST) announces it has been notified that, on 2 October 2020, a person closely associated with Charles Bligh, Chief Executive Officer, purchased a total of 2,551 ordinary shares of 5 pence each in the capital of the Company ("Ordinary Shares"). Following these purchases, Mr Bligh and persons closely associated with, holds a beneficial interest in a total of 26,012 Ordinary Shares.
cwa1: Trading update issued, helpfully entitled: Positive Trading Update :-)
simon666: Have been mystified about this share for a while. I remember when Jim Slater was alive he strongly rated this share as a long term hold. I bought on that recommendation at around £2.00, then sold half when it got to £5.50. I then sold the remaining stock at £4.35 earlier this year when nerves set in. It seems to be a forgotten share. Yes,the Covid crisis impacted and they immediately took sensible action cancelling the next dividend to retain cash throughout the summer. It now all looks promising, and yet the price has dropped to £3.25. It did the same much earlier in the year prior to Covid for no reason apart from a thin market, then suddenly shot up again. I'm very tempted to tip my toes in again on this one
doubleorquits: Tipped by Midas in Daily Mail: The Mail on Sunday's Midas column touted data-storage specialist Restore as a 'buy', calling attention to the resilience of its storage division despite the Covid-19 pandemic and strong demand at its IT unit. Midas also called attention to the company's reputation for trustworthiness. "When it comes to storing, shredding and digitalising documents, trust is paramount," it said. "Reassuringly", the firm's chief executive officer and finance director had splashed out ?45,000 of their own money in just the last week scooping up shares in the outfit. According to Midas, the company might also benefit as it is better positioned than some smaller competitors, which might put themselves up for sale. It could also count the Ministry of Defence, the Royal Navy and 80% of NHS trusts among its clients. As well, analysts were predicting a strong recovery in 2021 with the dividend payout seen at 8.5p per share and set to rise again in 2022 and in later years.
erogenous jones: I have persuaded my elder son to buy shares in RST today. His bargain is showing in the sell column, but I am confident that his purchase will be well rewarded in the long term.
11_percent: Rogers8, I used to hold a lot of these but sild out a few years ago.....during prolonged drop. What happened to Charlie Skinner.....who is this Charles Biigh guy. My m8 worked in the records management sector and had his own business, but sold out a few years ago. RT did bid for his company at the time, but did not win. Talk had it that the "grand plan" for RST was to grow the company through acquisition, and sell it at £5 share price It was a bunch of City guys that got together and thought of the basic "grand plan". They put Charlie Skinner in charge of it and off they went. These City guys all owned a lot of the shares. The plan worked and they made many acquisitions, and there was never a problem with money for the acquisitions, because of their City links. Charlie Skinner was famous for his drinking lifestyle (don't know about other substances) and would often arrive in the office in the morning, straight from the Clubs. Did he loose it and become an alcoholic. The worked well and the share price increased. I considered it a that it would always have a steady increase. The share price increased with monotonous regularity till the start of 2018, when it then started to decline. I gave up mid 2018....and sold out. Just started looking at it now. After "a year in the wilderness" it is back on track, and I back in. A quick look at the BoD tells me they are still a City Establishment culture company. I need to do some more research, to find out what went wrong......they seem be back on track...with the share price rising, and I assume that the plan is still to sell at £5, (don't know for sure). However, it should be noted that the share price got well over the £5 target and was nearly £6 at one point, without them having sold. The plan was not so much of a "get taken over" as "sell out". AIOM, DYOR.
rogers8: RST could be a takeover target like PTSG. High margin sticky FM contracts and a stock price at the low end. RST is now my largest holding. Good luck to all holders
bunlop: What has caused the share price to drop so much over the last six months?
cwa1: Peel Hunt has upgraded Restore to Buy with a price target of 475.00p
dsct: Agreed with the last comments regarding the share price slump, although RST are not alone. With this in mind, RST along with a number of other shares now 'appear' to be underpriced. The decision(s) is/are - Will they go lower, should I top-up/buy and if so which shares. Having bought RST in Aug 17 at just under 500p, I'm obviously down, so have been looking at their figures to see if I'm wrong, or if there could be an up-side. I think I've been conservative, but I've doubled H1 figures and increased both revenue and costs by a further 10%, giving Y/E figures of: Turnover: £209.2m Gross Profit: £87.1m PBT: £20.5m Attrib Profit: £16.5m (Tax is calc'd at prior year % rate) EPS: 13.2p PE on 354p: 26.7 Doing the same but only increasing costs by 5% instead of 10% gives: Turnover: £209.2m Gross Profit: £92.7m PBT: £29.0m Attrib Profit: £23.4m EPS: 18.8p PE on 354p: 18.8 (coincidence that same as EPS) That's quite a PE drop from the current 51 ! Last year we received a trading update at the end of January and results mid-March. I'll watch for a while, but if the share price holds at the 350p mark (or drops to 300p!), I will be topping up, by approx. 2/3 of my current holding, bringing my average purchase price to a 420p-440p range.
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