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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% 1.35 1.20 1.50 1.46 1.35 1.35 151,500 08:00:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 0.1 -0.3 -0.1 - 3

Ross Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/1/2006
16:59
Where did you here these "whispers" from sand??
enewman36
17/1/2006
16:02
FIDO: I'm not so sure about "NO" volume. I think a couple of buys have gone in today. Getting information about RGP is very difficult. They certainly don't issue any more RNSes than they absolutely have to, but I hear whispers they are about to land a huge multi-million pound repeat order from the Canadian Air Force for a parachute simulator. This is nothing like these WW2 towers - these comprise the complete fuselage of a Hercules aircraft - big stuff, and profitable too. Little wonder they forecast a return to profitability this year!
sandbank
17/1/2006
13:15
Some small buying over the last few days followed by todays 12% rise on no volume. Interesting!
fido
05/1/2006
12:44
BAE sets sights on £40 billion army contract. This could mean a lot more sub contract work for Ross Group.
fido
09/12/2005
11:20
Any ideas as to why the drop.
fido
08/12/2005
18:25
i think the MOD has recently secured major contracts with EADS, maybe more work coming up for the simulators from EADS to Ross
zanki
08/12/2005
15:28
The other thing to notice is that even with only a few hundred thousand shares being traded (relatively small monetary value), the price dramatically changes as to sell or buy ie up or down. Probably due to very few shares available. Imagine what will happen when the news gets out. Shortage of shares on good news probably see a huge rise in a short period of time. I also believe that many of the current holders have a long way to go until break even and so are unlikely to sell out quickly - so a better chance of the share price holding - All IMHO of course. Time to look in the bottom of the drawer and dig out those Ross Group certificates - I hope. Best of luck to all. Ian ( and no - I am not involved in the company)
ianrossbus
07/12/2005
20:14
One thing I have noticed with Ross is that no matter how many sells that go through the market just seems to soak them up, its like they have a long term buyer for them. It does seem like the action could start any time now.
fido
07/12/2005
19:21
Some of us who have been in this share for years, through many a hard time, consolidation etc have kept the faith knowing that one day this company will be taken in the right direction. Why does GRANDE GROUP get so involved in such a small non profit making company, sell off most of its profit making assets and appoint to the management, not one, but several very experienced GRANDE top brass. One reason only, they have something big in store for Ross Group. Maybe we will finally find out soon. Many of us have to wait until 8-12p to recover our losses. If the news is big, IMHO that price will be reached very quickly. Its been a long wait. Fingers have been crossed for years and the blood supply is getting weak. Come on, give us the news. Not many shares on the market now.
ianrossbus
07/12/2005
12:46
There are two reasons that a share rises. Either through people buying or through the market knowing something. Well there don`t seem to be much buying at the moment, SO???????
fido
05/12/2005
14:21
Yes this is true but having watched the situation closely I decided that there was more to Ross than met the eye and on doing my research I found far from being a dead loss, it had potential if certain events went its way. Since then I have recognised that in my posts which have been more positive of late. It proves that even shares like Ross who have been dead in the water for years have potential and also not to take your eye off the ball. Even now the turnaroud depends on them getting the Sansui licence but that only seems to be a question of when and not if.
fido
05/12/2005
12:42
take your profits and put em in ORM.. its been rerated to 24p
bluedolphine
05/12/2005
11:12
If anyone has read my posts on Ross Group you will see that I have always said that it is one of those shares where it will do nothing for ages and then it will triple overnight. The reason for this will be the awarding of the Sansui licence. Todays action may mean that someone has heard of an announcement soon.
fido
05/12/2005
10:23
200k trade at 2p ?
double6
01/10/2005
10:11
Ross said it has more than one option available to supplement current business activities, which it is currently assessing, making progress towards potential significant changes. WATCH THIS SPACE!!!
fido
29/9/2005
18:40
i agree they don't care about shareholders, but why did they want a listed company in the first place ?, the holding company own 71% and at the time of the rights were going to fully underwrite them if the Shareholders did not take them up. They have some plan, bugg*r knows what though.
zanki
29/9/2005
08:54
adonis, `Maybe she will come good eventually' I keep hearing this. Go to Ross`s website. See the evidence for yourself. The inclusion of Sansui products means that is going to happen very soon,NOT eventually, and when it does that will be built into the shareprice very quickly with it doubling or more in just a few minutes.
fido
29/9/2005
08:37
From past experience they do not care about shareholders as the holding company is what matters to them. Maybe she will come good eventually but then why not move with the wind? Better deals out there. ....and the spread....hehehe like a hore!
andonis
29/9/2005
08:13
Ross Group If anyone needs proof of what I say is true, then look at the way the shareprice is bouncing back. On the day of the results the MM`s slashed the bid price in expectation of a flood of sellers but that did not happen and I think that the MM`s now realise that this company that the company is now positioning itself to move forward and that is something that is now more appreciated by investors as well.Forget GEL for a minute because my feelings are that they will be sold off when the time is right. Look at Grande`s relationship with Ross. They have supported them for a long time. They have cleaned them up and primed them for a purpose. The reason I think after many years that now is the time to invest in this company is that all the evidence suggests that lift off is very soon. Ross`s new web site is all set up for the Sansui licence and only requires the official go ahead. When this happens the shareprice will fly because at that time we will have one of the worlds biggest electrical companies executing their plans through Ross.
fido
28/9/2005
22:06
adonis, what you say has probably been true of the last few years but apart from the delayed contract everyone should be able to see that there are moves behind the scenes with Sansui to propel this share into a much more secure footing. This share could and probably will double on the day the deal with Sansui is announced.
fido
28/9/2005
11:49
I like your optimism FIDO, however, I have been stung before where contracts have been delayed then cancelled. I'll wait a little while on this one though.
enewman36
28/9/2005
11:42
Sorry for the delay but I was away yesterday. Let me get the emotional bit out of the way by saying that I was bitterly BITTERLY dissapointed and sickened by yesterdays results. One of the problems of being a small engineering company is that earnings can be lumpy, and this explaines why Ross are trying to diversify into other areas.Let me say that everything that gave me optimism is still in place and that results being historical do not reflect current trading. As the company said contracts have only been delayed NOT lost. New contracts have been put in place to fill the gap and the new sales team are winning orders in new fields from new customers.Trading in the second half therefore is much better but will not make up the shortfall of the first half.This improved performance will continue from here resulting in a profit in 2006, so looking forward things are looking much more positive and there should be more contract wins announced in the coming months. As for the Sansui licence there was no news which although dissapointing does not detract from the fact that it looks a done deal and only needs confirmation.So the delay in profits is dissapointing but like I said current trading is better and that will continue into 2006 and as I said before when the Sansui licence is announced this could multiply within minutes and lead to a much more secure future for the company
fido
27/9/2005
21:42
cash call is a waste of time, the parent holding company will bail it out
zanki
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