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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ross Group Plc LSE:RGP London Ordinary Share GB0002192606 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.25 2.20 2.30 2.25 2.25 2.25 0.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 0.1 -0.3 -0.1 - 5

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20/6/2007
17:52
Well blow me down, as if by magic.... Ross Group PLC 20 June 2007 Ross Group Plc Filing of Annual Report 2006 Available at Document Viewing Facility At The UK Listing Authority Southampton, UK: 20th June 2007 - Ross Group plc, The company is pleased to announce that it's Annual Report for 2006 has been filed for public viewing with the UKLA at their Document Viewing Facility. For more information please contact: Ross Group plc Paul Neal, Financial Controller 0044 (0) 2380 675500
enewman36
20/6/2007
08:46
Sometimes they tell you the "NEXT YEAR" is going to be better.
joeall
19/6/2007
19:11
Forgot I even had this one still, thanks for the reminder daisy. Still, I guess it will be back to sleep until an AGM notice or something like that - about all we get from this lot!!
enewman36
19/6/2007
19:07
Is this company still going? You would think that the management would have more thought for their shareholders and keep us informed.
daisymax
23/5/2007
16:22
Given the flatline it is hard to say. Can't remember the last time anything significant came out of this company, so not worth selling or investing in this IMO. Just hold and see what happens.
enewman36
23/5/2007
15:55
Does anyone have a view regarding where this stock may be going - up, down, nowhere ? Do I sell or invest further at this low (bottom?) level ?
tonytravel
03/5/2007
09:11
I will keep a close watch on it Fido,maybe later do a little trawling.Anywhy thanks for your input.
joeall
02/5/2007
18:02
joeall, In the words of the company, they are going after contracts and winning them. That in itself is a sea change and speaks volumes about the new man in charge.
fido
02/5/2007
17:11
We have been here before Fido,but I think I agree with you, somehow Ihave more faith this time round.
joeall
02/5/2007
16:27
Indeed, but investing is all about the future and Ross have said that things are improving and that they will be back in profit this year. They have an experienced man in charge of GEL who is winning contracts and they are also geering up on the Sansui distribution side.
fido
02/5/2007
16:21
Yes about 10 years long!
joeall
02/5/2007
11:15
Yes, but its taken a long time getting here.
fido
02/5/2007
09:18
Is there light at the end of the tunnel?
joeall
01/5/2007
22:00
The company have said that they will move back into profit this year. With the improvements they have made they should then stay there.
fido
01/5/2007
20:41
This must be one of the most illiquid shares on the main market. Last traded on April 13th. and not even the results could trigger a buy or sell.
sharw
30/4/2007
23:07
Since when has returning to profit been seen as a bad year.
fido
30/4/2007
22:51
Bloody hell, we have life in an RNS !!, Mr Ho says another hard year !!!, hmmmmmmmmmm.........next stop 0.5p
davevanian
22/1/2007
18:19
It will be interesting to see if Ross gets any sub contract work from this: BAE Systems gets $412M contract YORK, Pa. (AFX) - British defense contractor BAE Systems PLC said on Monday it received two contracts worth up to $412 million from a division of the U.S. Army. BAE will upgrade and repair 262 Bradley Combat Systems military vehicles used in the war in Iraq to protect soldiers from threats of desert warfare. The contract worth $177.7 million, covered under the fiscal 2007 defense budget, includes a contract worth up to $48 million previously awarded to get materials ahead of time. Such materials are known as "long-leaded" or "long-lead" material items. The defense contractor will begin delivery of the vehicles in December 2008 through July 2008. Under the second contract, BAE will provide long-lead materials for an anticipated award to reset 303 Bradley A3 vehicles and 173 Bradley Operation Desert Storm vehicles. The contract worth up to $234.2 million is covered under the fiscal 2008 defense budget. The company will begin work on the vehicles in July 2008 through May 2009. BAE has received $3.5 billion in contracts from the Army for fiscal years 2005 through 2007.
fido
18/1/2007
09:26
There is life Jim....but not as we know it!!!!
enewman36
17/1/2007
10:43
Does the fact that Qinetic appears to have won a large contract to provide training equipment have any effect on the Ross Group ?
tonytravel
26/9/2006
14:31
Although the figures were dissapointing. What made the results different from so many that went before is the fact that they prepare the market for good news going forward. References to further orders at Gel and increasing Sansui market share and a return to profit in 2007 all bode well for the future. No surprise then that a 200,000 buy has highlighted Ross`s recovery potential.
fido
03/9/2006
19:44
This share is a mystery, that is why I haven't had a punt in it to date. I just suspect that one day I will see it on the leaderboard with a 100%+ rise and I will wish I'd bought some. But for the last year or so it would have been sitting in my portfolio at a loss. As everyone keeps saying something must give eventually!
timely
03/9/2006
18:12
The problem is that shareholders are perpetually in the dark as to what is going on in the background (on the other side of the world). We are just fed a few morsels from time to time. The other day, 4 months after the prelims, the annual report arrived so I made a comparison. There is an extra paragraph saying that an initiative to bring "a new European flat screen assembly business" into the group failed thanks to the UKLA so they are now looking at alternatives. The following sentence has now been omitted re San Gain: "The Directors will request that the main shareholder considers formally returning the financing to a long term basis as part of any potential acquisition". I am still looking at the report but I note that there are 136,180,924 shares in issue. If you take away the 71% owned by Grande/Kenilworth the rest have a value of £790k at 2p. In these circumstances I cannot understand why the company retains a full listing - it would be cheaper to buy out the rest of us and save the cost. The only reason I could think of was that Grande (or part thereof) might reverse in and get a London listing and the benefit of Ross's principal asset which is its massive capital losses which can be used to offset tax. However, if that were so they would surely have done it by now. Of course, you could always go to the AGM on the 22nd. in Southampton and ask!
sharw
02/9/2006
23:48
Maybe we should have a closer look at Mr Adrian Ma (chairman and MD of RGP) other interests. We all know he is Chairman and CEO of Grande. He was appointed Chairman and CEO of Emerson Radio Corp on 04.04.06 they have revenues of $233.8M for fiscal 2006, and well well Grande own 46% of them. And they state in their report for year ending 31.04.06 "Through our relationship with Grande,we hope to benifit from cross lisensing and marketing opportunities,particularly in Europe and Asia". His other interest Director of Lafe Technology Ltd an Investment Holding Company that has a manufacturing plant Panyu City China,making hard disc drives etc etc,and well well Grande have just brought a 6.29% holding on 15.June.06. Just maybe the holding that Keniworth Capitol took have something to do with Emerson Radio,although the share price does not reflect it yet, something is going on in the background and that is for sure.
walker10
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