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RBN Robinson Plc

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21 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Robinson Plc RBN London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 110.00 08:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
110.00 110.00 110.00 110.00 110.00
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Robinson RBN Dividends History

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Posted at 22/3/2024 14:42 by baner
ardee - are you suggesting that they cannot afford to pay a dividend currently ? the remaining excess properties will be sold for more than the current net debt, so pro forma that they will be in a net cash position. EBIDTA should be £7m/year and growing - so what is the problem with paying a divi?
Posted at 22/3/2024 13:23 by ardee
This company should not be paying a dividend when it cannot really afford to do so.
It will only be when they stop that family members will want to sell.
Posted at 18/1/2024 14:49 by baner
tiger - total agreement - there will be a really strong cash flow in Robinson going forward. together with property sales this will turn the company into an increasing net cash position - room for a good increase also in the dividend. NAV probably 150p+ once real estate is sold - EPS should reach 20p+ in 2024/25.
Posted at 17/8/2023 10:36 by charo
Difficult no major player needs their capacity nor Isuspect their margins.
Not really a reverse opportunity for private company a float would be cheaper.
Very few uk quoted competitors who might bid.
Family group will milk for dividend though a cash offer at a realistic level would ,with likely remaining high interest rates,secure their income.
But could business be turned round.
The fate of Molton Brown and Whittards bodes ill .
Posted at 31/7/2023 11:27 by 1tx
The £3.2m which is in the pension escrow account that is to be returned to RBN was never part of the pension fund;it was monies paid into an account by RBN which would be put into the pension fund if at some future date when the pension fund was wound up & it was found the liabilities exceeded assets.However it seems the actual pension fund is in surplus after transfer of its liabilities.RBN will not benefit from actual pension fund surplus as I understand it is being used to enhance benefits to members above the contracted level.

The £3.2m being returned from the escrow account are a provision made by RBN now no longer required & I don't think it is taxable as it was made from net funds so will not appear in p & l accounts when it becomes available to RBN.
Posted at 07/7/2023 14:42 by arthur_lame_stocks
These are now xd. The divi should be paid in a fortnight.
Posted at 23/6/2023 16:38 by castleford tiger
post 846

Debt has been cut and will be cut further later this year.......

I dont think the Divi will be cut at all.

Posted at 08/2/2023 07:14 by castleford tiger

Cannot disagree with any of that furthermore Energy prices are falling fast.

Electricity quoted 70/90p a kwh is now in the 40`s and falling.

It might settle high 20`s or low 30`s which would be a huge saving going forward.

Like you we wait for better times in the core business but the dividend gives us a return whilst we wait.
I have £1.50 penciled in this year

Posted at 07/2/2023 19:50 by arthur_lame_stocks
I think despite the recent rise in the share price these are worth hanging on to. It looks to me like they're going to revalue their properties and hopefully this will produce a good uplift with the results thus further widening the gap between mkt cap and NTAV. Also this year the pension escrow money should be released and they may make a further sale of some of that surplus property, hopefully at a profit to book with planning.

OK so trading in the core packaging business may be average but I can see a number of things which may help to increase the price this year and if that dividend is safe then we get a reasonable yield as well.
Posted at 24/1/2023 18:43 by arthur_lame_stocks
I assume releasing the escrow money will reduce net debt. The actual cash figure won't increase much but the corresponding liability will go down.

I wasn't too disappointed with today's update, it looks like they're going to recognise an uplift in the value of their property making the discount to TNAV even wider and the company is at least profitable in what is a difficult environment.

I'm going to continue holding and collecting that dividend whilst I wait for the price to rise closer to TNAV.

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