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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 3.30 84,375 08:00:02
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3.20 3.40 3.31 3.30 3.30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 0.04 -1.46 -0.67 7
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
11:47:21 O 9,971 3.398 GBX

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Ross Daily Update: Ross Group Plc is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RGP. The last closing price for Ross was 3.30p.
Ross Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 3.25p and a 12 week average price of 2.30p.
The 1 year high share price is 4.55p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.05p.
There are currently 203,768,475 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 270,762 shares. The market capitalisation of Ross Group Plc is £6,724,359.68.
john148: I have to admit that having held shares in RGP for many years and having even topped up after seeing their December webinar, I decided to unload all my shares in this company.There may be no foundation at all to the allegations made against Tamraz but given all that has been printed I felt uncomfortable about his being invited to join the company.Good luck to all those who remain invested as he may turn out to be a white knight.
fenners66: Over a month after Tamraz supposed appointment and Companies House still does not have him listed as a Director. Why is that ? We are told that RGP has a "premium stock market listing" - but we do know the last accounts showed a massive loss and an awful balance sheet. It took over a week to RNS the appointment.... So why no public record yet ?
fenners66: Isn't that the aforementioned Swedish company that RNS'd the proposed $100m investment by Tamraz and friends , that then never happened. Look at their share price down at the lows pre Tamraz. Balance sheet is awful too, checking facts does help with investing ....
smackeraim: RGP agm.. watch from 20 mins in https://m.youtube.com/watch?t=350&v=FO7SLt8tmkk&feature=youtu.be
fenners66: DF "Tamraz is the lead MEMBER of a group who have just bought 29.9 per cent of PETREL" For "Just " read July 2019 They then negotiated to buy enough new shares to take their shareholding to 51% Were awarded the shares in Nov 19 with a lock in agreement and credit terms to pay 1p a share by Jan 2020. They failed to buy them , even though the share price hit the mid 20's so on paper a huge profit. Furthermore they said at the time of increasing their stake that they would "put" a £100m asset in PET by 90 days ..... 90 days is long since past. Some of the shares were sold in breach of the lock in agreement and so PET had to take them to court to get that enforced. Subsequently after failing to pay for the shares to get them to 51% the shares were cancelled. One of the concert party was asked to stand down from his board position. The Board noted that the CP had no title to any of their discussed assets only ideas and said the CP "either would not or could not" pay for the shares. Tamraz was previously involved with a quoted Nordic company where he was supposed to be buying a stake or introducing assets - despite that being RNS'd it never happened. Suggest anyone does their own thorough research. Some PET shareholders are still awaiting the day that Tamraz rolls up and gifts them £100m but PET shareholders have a long history of just waiting for something to happen anyway.....
oakemanor: Morning all, Its possible that the markets are bidding for Roger Tamraz. He will want a sizeable percentage for sure!! I've held a huge percentage since 1996, at the time time they were the lowest priced, fully quoted share on the stock market. I always thought Ross would be a reverse takeover! However, for me what should have been a short term punt, has been a long term hold!! Is it going to happen at long last?
john148: RGP will no doubt need cash in order to develop and produce Chitin. That's where I think Robert Tamraz's experience as a Venture Capitalist comes in.
john148: Ducky Fuzz. I've held a small amount of shares in this company for many years but more recently decided to top up because as per Barry Pettitt's webinar,I believe RGP may have a plan. Also the addition of Roger Tamraz to the BoD adds an element of interest. It's unlikely anyone will lose their shirt buying this penny stock but I believe there is a story unfolding here which may prove profitable.
tomboyb: https://www.rns-pdf.londonstockexchange.com/rns/2670R_1-2020-6-26.pdf Annual report - Convertible loan debenture The parent entity issued two convertible loan debenture (CLD) on 27 September 2018 for £4,010,000 and £2,062,172 at a coupon rate of 5%. The notes are convertible into Ordinary shares of the parent entity in three years after the date of issue. The convertible loan debenture will give right to a percentage of the issued share capital of parent company at the date of conversion. Each tranche of £1 Million CLD owed by the long term loan holders correspond to 4.925% of the issued share capital at the date of conversion, resulting in a fixed percentage of the issued share capital of the company to be allocated to the loan holders regardless of the value/amount of the share capital of the company So although on the front it looks like significant debt that is convertible at £1mill per 5% of total equity - Roughly equates to around 10p per share conversion if someone can correct me - Overall no view here unless a JV is in sight -
philmiboots: Thanks strongbuy for the “clue”! RGP been off my radar for years, given up looking due to share price inactivity apart from the occasional mini-spike over the years. Not good news if you are an extra colossal shrimp it seems! Will watch rather more closely now and, who knows, might just “average down” a bit! “North of 75p” sounds a bit optimistic for arthropod exoskeleton manufacture, but for something sounding so “left field” anything might happen!
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