Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Robinson Plc LSE:RBN London Ordinary Share GB00B00K4418 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 122.50 33,717 08:00:03
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
115.00 130.00 122.50 122.50 122.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Industrials 35.09 1.51 7.30 16.8 20
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:39:56 O 4,352 118.50 GBX

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Robinson Daily Update: Robinson Plc is listed in the General Industrials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RBN. The last closing price for Robinson was 122.50p.
Robinson Plc has a 4 week average price of 109p and a 12 week average price of 81p.
The 1 year high share price is 128.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 43.50p.
There are currently 16,613,389 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 11,741 shares. The market capitalisation of Robinson Plc is £20,351,401.53.
jimsyone: Robinson (LON:RBN) – more than doubled in just over two months They are estimating a 130p share price, compared to the current 106.5p, which has doubled since I profiled the company just two months ago. Still more to go for and looking undervalued.
davidosh: From FinnCap analyst.... Key data Share price (p)74.5 Target price (p)130.0 Market cap (£m)12.4 Enterprise value (£m)16.5 RBN has issued a trading update for the year ending 31 December 2019. The statement anticipates FY2019E revenues of £35m, +7% y-o-y – slightly behind our forecasts – but expects adjusted PBT to be ahead of our expectations thanks to falling input costs (resin) benefitting the gross margin. Our sum of the parts derived share price target does not change materially but we upgrade our FY2019E gross profit forecast by 4.6%, with operational gearing magnifying this to a 20% upgrade to FY2019E adjusted PBT.
knowing: Some people may be put off by the spread posted but actually online it is better at 73/78. There are very few shares in free float which is why there is a large spread. The financial Director and his Wife recently purchased stock which is a good sign and should underpin the current price which is very close to an all time low. The company is profitable and has a large NAV as well as pays a Dividend. They currently have property to sell which when it is sold may mean a special dividend and of course more cash in the Bank. They did previously pay a special dividend so this would not be something which they are unaccustomed to. When it does move it does so usually rapidly and in big steps. It's an interesting stock and in times where the market is volatile may prove to be a nice earner in both dividend growth and share price growth.
knowing: CT have you seen any update on this? Broker to the company, finnCap, considers that the planning permission on a substantial portion of the company’s surplus property lifts the value of the land from £5 million to, on a conservative basis, £10 million (60p per share). It then values the packaging business at 6.5x forecast 2017 EBITDA – noting this a 20% discount to the peer group in a rapidly consolidating market – and has a target share price of 180p.
eastbourne1982: I'm still holding and waiting for news on any property deals, given where the share price is I believe any deals should represent most of the current market cap however I have little faith in those running the company so who knows. Also there appears to be very little investor interest at these lowly levels. Robinson don't seem to deliver much in the way of good news so hopefully they will surprise us in the near future.
ed 123: Castleford Tiger. Support? I think the family hold over 30% of the shares, so you're unlikely to get any change. As you'll probably know, there's a very long history here and many family members hold shares. The business is part of their identity. The dividend is a 'problem'. The family like it. It pays c 4.8% pa at the current share price (115p). If they sell the business for cash what will replace that income? However, there is a chance that, when the property value has been realised, the family may decide it's their best time to check out .... but they won't be pushed. If no sell out and no big shareholder return on the sale of the property, then the cash will go to growing the packaging business. They've had some good products in the past. With such a small company, if they do design something novel and commercial, it could make a big impact on their figures.
charo: share price back at 2012 levels.
rhomboid: Thx Arthur , I'm hopeful it'll find its way back to long suffering shareholders in some way shape or form but as it stands I'd be happy to move on once the bulk of the value is reflected in the share price as they seem less adept at managing their UK business than most of the competition
adamb1978: Looked at these a year or so ago but decided not to buy and now given that the share price has fallen back, its triggered an alert which I set up. Have therefore been having another look at them. Slightly confused by some of the trading figures though: - We know that last year, Q1 was up 8% on the previous year's Q1 but H1 last year was flat on the previous year - All else being equal, that means Q2 was roughly 8% down on the prior year so, again roughly, Q1 last year was 16% higher than Q2 - Q1 this year was up 26% on last year. Lets say that Q2 doesnt ahve a blip this year - that means that I would expect H1 to be up 34% on the prior year - (putting numbers to this, and using arithmetic rather than geometric growth, you could say that Q1 14 was 108, Q2 was 92 so that it averaged at 100....then Q1 this year is 108+26=134, so if Q2 was 134 then you have 34% growth (=134/100) But that means that H1 would come out a bit above £14.5m given last year turnover in H1 was £10.9m....yet H2 2014 turnover was £17.2m. Is there some seasonanility in the business or am I missing something? The trading statement referred to some loss of contracts offsetting the impact of the acquisition however this is a huge decline vs H2 14. Thanks Adam
greatfryup: Two sides to this. The share price has halved but I am sure (Unless the figures are really bad) that the value of the business has not halved. Therefore the shares are are bargain. The other side is that it is also important what the market is thinking, and right now I can sense that more people will look at the performance of the share price and decide to sell. If the market as a whole should turn down as well I can guess that while Robinson's business is still worth, say 180p, the shares, under adverse conditions could be at well under 100p. A bargain share - when it has finished falling.
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