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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rtc Group Plc LSE:RTC London Ordinary Share GB0002920121 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 46.50 43.00 50.00 46.50 46.50 46.50 7,102 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 81.4 0.9 4.7 10.0 4

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04/1/2019
14:04
It’s been positive now for a few years and I really think this will be a break out. We are at a very conservative price and I think market uncertainty has pushed us lower than where we should be probs at 60 so some strong news could be explosive.
11023154
04/1/2019
12:11
Let's hope so, the divi has been nice but some capital growth wouldn't go amiss.
fozzie
04/1/2019
12:08
I think we could have a real break out again here, we are really undervalued at 50s. Been here since 2012 and it's due. It's crunch time for this management and I've been hearing positive things.
11023154
03/12/2018
16:53
Thanks. Still 7.7p on stocko
tiswas
03/12/2018
15:52
Up :o)) Tiswas, apologies for the delayed reply, I don't visit here too often as it's so quiet.... Whitman Howard's research note of 30th July this year (released after the interims) forecasts 10p EPS this year, with a 3.85p dividend. Next year they go for 11.6p EPS with a 4.24p dividend.
rivaldo
15/11/2018
12:33
Hi rivaldo, the only forecast for 31/12/18 I can see is the 7.7p eps and 3p dps on stockopedia. Can you share your source for the 10P? Cheers.
tiswas
14/11/2018
10:43
It looks like they have completed the new and expanded car park this year and it was full a few weeks back when I passed. I think that completes the circa £1m investment in the Facilities.
sailing john
14/11/2018
08:35
SSE's interims this morning report decent progress on their smart meter roll-out: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/sse-plc--sse-/rns/half-year-report/201811140700032616H/ "In the six months to 30 September 2018, SSE reached a significant milestone and has well over one million smart meters on supply. During the same period, SSE began rolling out small volumes of the enduring SMETS2 meters ahead of a full transition from SMETS1 to SMETS2 in 2019. In line with its ambition, SSE continues to perform well compared to industry benchmarks on safety, customer satisfaction, electronic billing and energy efficiency advice, according to the BEIS quarterly benchmarking report." The roll-out is of course slower than initially hoped due to SSE's ongoing energy division merger with nPower, and also the continuing argument about the effectiveness of SMETS1 meters. Still, a progressive rollout will have a very positive impact on RTC's Ganymede division, and if the rollout accelerates with the introduction of SMETS2 meters then that effect could be dramatic.
rivaldo
07/11/2018
15:45
Shareholders will collect a 3.85p dividend this year, rising to 4.24p next year - a 7.2% yield rising to 7.9%. It's possible some are buying for the 1.3p interim dividend, for which you have to be on the register by this Friday. Over the next 18 or so months shareholders should collect over 8p per share of dividends. RTC will hopefully at least achieve the forecast 10p EPS this year, rising to 11.6p EPS next year. So the downside should in theory be minimal, whilst a decent set of results might see a rather nice re-rating. And in the meantime if the share price continues to sleep the dividends will roll in.
rivaldo
07/11/2018
15:05
I would see them as an attractive target given they could strip out Director salaries which would provide a huge saving from day one. Just a thought.
the big fella
07/11/2018
15:03
Problem is, RTC just doesn't show up on most shareholders' radars. Fundamentals look OK but there is virtually no newsflow & no narrative to attract new investors so will remain under the radar forever? Question is: will value out in the end or is RTC one of those shares that the market will perpetually discount? And is there also a possibility of the company being taken private on the cheap?
speedsgh
07/11/2018
13:21
Bit of an upturn starting here. About time too :o)) Good to see just a 5k buy causing a 1p tick up.
rivaldo
23/10/2018
11:10
Having said goodbye to my CMS holding this morning I see RTC being on the radar of a predator too,,,,,,,time will tell, in the meantime we can enjoy a very decent yield
cheshire man
04/10/2018
11:01
Commenting on the results, Bill Douie, Chairman, said: “The optimism that we expressed earlier in the year has been justified by a highly satisfactory set of results. We remain confident of continued strong trading, in line with expectations, during the second half, and of delivering our ambitious growth plans across all our Group businesses “ 30/07/2018
fozzie
01/10/2018
14:31
Ex Divi on 8th Nov. so may get a run up to that,,,,,,,,and yes truly unloved atm
cheshire man
01/10/2018
13:33
Highlights from July 30 interims: -- Group revenue from continuing operations increased by 17% to GBP41.1m (2017: GBP35.1m) -- Profit before tax increased by 31% to GBP0.77m: (2017: GBP0.59m) -- Basic earnings per share increased by 22% to 4.38p: (2017: 3.58p) Yield now 7%, tucked a few more away. Unloved.
fozzie
09/8/2018
13:55
I'm afraid acquirers don't pay twice - once for profit and again for assets. Would also cost an acquirer around £2m relating to the options/LTIP, another ~£0.5m to terminate directors employment contracts plus the acquirers legal/due diligence costs.
stemis
09/8/2018
13:20
Simso And the Derby Conference Centre on top? Any idea as to what that may be worth if flogged off by acquirer? I assume it is a leasehold within the £1.5m fixed assets.
tiswas
09/8/2018
12:48
This does look increasingly like a sitting duck for acquisition. The business is owed more than in owes, so has a positive net working capital balance of £2.5m, equating to c30% of the Market Cap. HVN has a negative net working capital balance of -£5m. Even if an Aquirer paid £12m, 50% more than the current price, it would be getting: 1) £2.5m of Net Working Capital,(HVN equivalent number is -£5m). Agree with David's point about the need to consider receivables and not just the Debt secured against those receivables in isolation. 2) a Forecast PBT for 2018 of £1.8m, rising to £2.1m next year, 3) Significant Central Cost savings. The RTC Board remuneration was £800k last year. Some of the Back of House functions like Finance, IT and HR could fulfilled by the Acquirer's existing structure. Surely at least £1m of costs could be saved...and potentially more? An Acquirer who pays £12m to get £2.5m of net working capital and potentially £3m profit pa after savings looks like a bargain price. Surely predators must be running their slide rule over this.
simso
09/8/2018
12:44
Can someone smarter than me tell me if the Derby Conference Centre is making money? I am confused that it falls under central services so how much of the admin expenses (£1.67m) are for running the Group and how much is for running Derby. Thanks
tiswas
09/8/2018
05:54
It will be interesting to see if that 75k was a small overhang that has been holding these back. Plenty of buying following the excellent Interims yet static. Maybe this will start to move north now that trade has been booked
the big fella
08/8/2018
16:57
You can't separate acquired debt (however it arises) from valuation in any acquisition.
stemis
08/8/2018
15:19
SteMis......Surely the £6m of debt relates directly to £14m of receivables and that is how companies in this sector work so it will be directly linked to workers employed on contracts ? The more RTC have as approved contractor debt then the more profit the company can deliver so long as ultimately there is no bad debt from those to whom they supply. It is even more comforting that so many of these contracts are very long term like Network Rail so it is not like buying equipment with a big loan and then worrying whether you will get enough work to service the loan. The five year record whilst I have been a shareholder has been good with dividends increasing well over 100% and profits and eps up even more. The forecasts are for 10p of earnings this year so a P/E of 5.5 is pricing in disaster which I simply cannot see from the interim results and outlook statement. The chairman said... "The optimism that we expressed earlier in the year has been justified by a highly satisfactory set of results. We remain confident of continued strong trading, in line with expectations, during the second half, and of delivering our ambitious growth plans across all our Group businesses "
davidosh
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