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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rm Plc LSE:RM. London Ordinary Share GB00BJT0FF39 ORD 2 2/7P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  9.50 4.19% 236.00 225.00 232.00 232.00 232.00 232.00 37,865 16:35:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 189.0 10.5 10.2 23.1 198

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/3/2014
16:03
These go ex div for the final div tomorrow and for the 16p per share special div on 20 March. Worth 18.45p per share in total.
tratante
12/2/2014
09:20
Do we know when special divi will be paid? couldn't find a date in the statement.
tratante
03/2/2014
11:05
63mm in cash but most of that is working capital related which will reduce as the education tech division halves in size. True net cash is around 20mm. Difficult to value as it's hard to know what the company will look like in 2015. Nice special divi though.
wjccghcc
03/2/2014
10:44
Yes, agreed .Would expect the rise to continue towards to that payment.
miti 1000
03/2/2014
10:01
Excellent statement. Special divi nice bonus.
tratante
03/11/2013
19:23
Looking good and heading to £6, hopefully a good santa rally could see this heading to £10
northster2
23/10/2013
17:18
My post 191: "Not that I have any idea what I'm talking about" Subsequent events have proven this theory to be correct. Sigh. Maybe one day I'll get the hang of this share malarky. Company does have £52m in cash, which is a fair old whack.
blippy2
23/10/2013
16:52
Getting out of the hardware seems logical, although I feel sorry for the redundant ones.
blunderbuss
23/10/2013
11:29
Interesting. RM announces job cuts this morning, sending the shares down from 124p to 108p. Share price is staging quite a comeback - now at 122p. I wonder if Norges Bank are absorbing the sells. Not that I have any idea what I'm talking about, of course, but it would seem logical.
blippy2
22/10/2013
14:31
Norges Bank has notifiable interest about 3% now. Presumably that'll explain it.
blippy2
22/10/2013
07:11
On the move again.
tratante
12/10/2013
22:44
well up on the day, i'l wait till next friday to see how the price settles
northster2
10/10/2013
13:40
Looks like a good plan but fruition unlikely Nigel. This from Questor about the scaleback. I applied and also for Mrs DTs ISA . I suspect a lot of unrealised money will be searching for a new home in the next few days. Royal Mail Scaleback Revised Estimates QUESTOR ESTIMATES Amount applied for Amount received Number of shares* Scaleback £750 £750 227 - £1,000 £753 228 25% £2,000 £753 228 62% £5,000 £753 228 85% £10,000 £753 228 92%
dragonsteeth
09/10/2013
16:30
I sold quite a few of my other holdings to get into these. A quick 40 percent profit and then I'll reinvest in my original portfolio. Thank you government! Royal Mail was failing as a public organisation anyway and, quite frankly, in the 21st Century any kind of communication/delivery business should be competing in the private sphere. The only justification for keeping it public would have been if it had continued to deliver post twice a day instead of once every midday (as happens around where I live). There has got to be a business opportunity somewhere where post can be left for people at a central place in every town or borough and you just go and pick it up. I would suggest that maybe Tesco, or some other organisation that already has a UK-wide distribution network, set up post boxes and collection points in its stores.
nigelwestm
05/10/2013
14:09
Well yes, it would be accurate to say "I have applied". The other option will be opening a SB long position on market opening.
loftgroovv
05/10/2013
12:06
Applications are supposed to be a "few times" the value of those on offer. Presumably we're only going to get a fraction of the amount applied. The price is supposedly in the 300 to 330 range rather than 260 to 300.
mdara
05/10/2013
10:13
I've taken a few. As you say, with the publicity it should scoot above the IPO price pretty quickly.
loftgroovv
30/9/2013
20:10
just got the prospectus through from halifax and think i might take a few, will get massive publicity in coming days weeks so generate big intrest
northster2
30/9/2013
19:43
Royal Mail's origins date back nearly 500 years to the time of King Henry VIII. Today, the Group's core business is the collection, sorting, transportation and delivery of parcels and letters in the UK, leveraging its unique networks and powerful brands, which underpin leading positions in the UK's parcel and letter delivery markets. It is the UK's designated universal postal service provider and delivers a "one price goes anywhere" service on a range of parcel and letter products in the UK. The Group's UK business is complemented by its ownership of GLS (General Logistics Systems), which operates one of the largest ground-based deferred parcel delivery networks in Europe. In FYE 2013, the Group handled approximately 17.4 billion letters and approximately 1.4 billion parcels across all of its networks.
northster2
18/9/2013
11:53
Was there notice of the IMS? if it was out of the blue you may be right. Price holding for now despite the sells.
tratante
18/9/2013
10:23
noticeable price rise the day before a 20% rise due to very +ve news
smithie6
18/9/2013
09:35
It doesn't take much to see this is undervalued, the previous statement was positive, highlighted the cash pile and suggested that money would be returned to holders. You don't need to be an insider.
tratante
18/9/2013
09:17
nice bit of insider trading yesterday
smithie6
18/9/2013
08:40
Cash pile is worth over 40% of their market cap!
tratante
18/9/2013
08:36
Well something's up! Bought some more yesterday, this doesn't normally happen to me!
tratante
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