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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 0.00 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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31/12/2019
10:07
You forgot to mention how a couple of Directors sold their holdings to a smaller companies fund, only to deliver a profit warning a few months later, but to get skin back in the game, they decided to issue director options at 0p yes 0 pence..
mr hangman
31/12/2019
09:59
Shanklin the management has been completed restructured, I’m guessing you missed that? They won the network rail contract, guessing you missed that? It’s grossly undervalued IMO, been here since 26p. Huge divi and there’s going to be some serious share price action over next year or two. Very much worth the ride, I have faith in the business longer term, they’re an established company run by some very experienced individuals who are using their expertise to great effect. It’s been a good ride so far but I really think we’ll be at £1.50 off the back of a couple of half decent reports. The faith has been reinstalled and there’s some confidence flowing through, not to mention recruitment industry as one of my favourite, I see it almost as similar to real estate in the sense that salaries in skilled workers have to remain strong for the economy to function properly especially in economically powerful countries like the UK. Plus I think uk small stocks have been overlooked which is why RTC is grossly undervalued.
11023154
31/12/2019
07:44
thanks Shanklin always on the ball eh. What a ride at DTG eh.. Happy new year tiger
castleford tiger
31/12/2019
07:12
Good news here - which should reduce costs and increase synergies: Https://ganymedesolutions.co.uk/news/ganymede-announce-new-end-to-end-service-offering-following-merger-with-ata-recruitment/ "Ganymede announce new end-to-end service offering following merger with ATA Recruitment Dec 11, 2019 Ganymede, a leading supplier of contingent labour to the infrastructure sector will provide a new focused end-to-end service offering to the industry in 2020, following a merger with the infrastructure and transportation divisions of its sister company, ATA Recruitment. From January 2020, Ganymede will be able to offer the rail, construction, energy, highways and water sectors a complete suite of diverse people solutions. From design, project management, commercial and engineering staff to on-site labour, Ganymede can now support clients throughout the full lifecycle of infrastructure projects, from tender to completion. ATA Recruitment, also part of the £90m Derby-based RTC Group, boast over 50 years’ experience in white-collar contract, permanent and executive recruitment, and have supported some of the UK’s biggest rail and infrastructure projects. This expertise combined with Ganymede’s workforce solution management capabilities makes the newly expanded Ganymede business a clear partner of choice for major infrastructure companies across the country. Operating within the same markets, and sharing many mutual clients, the decision to merge the infrastructure and transportation divisions of ATA Recruitment was made with client offering and ease in mind. Paul Crompton, Managing Director of Ganymede who continues to head the business, said: “I’m delighted to announce the merger of Ganymede with the infrastructure and transportation divisions of ATA Recruitment, which will create a large-scale business, offering a holistic client proposition. The aim of the combined business is to support our clients with diverse people solutions, offering the relevant skills to design, build and maintain infrastructure across the country. This is an exciting chapter in the growth of Ganymede which will create opportunities for our existing staff, alongside new jobs and a commitment to make a positive impact on wider society”. From January 2020, Paul Crompton will also oversee ATA Recruitment as he is appointed as Managing Director to drive forward ATA Recruitment’s existing engineering and manufacturing division, which will continue to operate from their established offices in Leicester and Leeds. With the merger of ATA’s infrastructure and transportation divisions officially taking place seamlessly with Ganymede from the start of January 2020, clients will continue to receive the excellent level of service that the company strives to offer, along with the additional benefit of a much larger service offering from their regional offices in Derby, Doncaster, Crewe, Milton Keynes, London, Portsmouth and Cardiff. With the new business structure also comes an impressive £100,000 renovation of the existing head office in Derby located at the Derby Conference Centre, creating a new modern office environment with plenty of space for new staff to join the growing company. Known for its commitment to safety, Ganymede’s ‘safety first, safety always’ approach sees them as a tier 1 contingent labour supplier to Network Rail, with over 1,500 operatives on-site at any one time. The company remains focused on delivering excellence and supplying a safety-focused workforce to its clients and as such, is investing in a number of initiatives to further enhance their service delivery, safety performance and corporate social responsibility activities throughout 2020 and beyond."
rivaldo
31/12/2019
02:13
Hi CT I used to be invested here but it did not go well. The story historically was of periodic setbacks and/or management siphoning off the profits to themselves with IMHO extremely excessive high share awards. Management were also incredibly effective at selling before advising of setbacks and buying before positive updates Is there evidence that all this will cease going forward. I really prefer management teams I believe I can trust like those at GAW, DTG and SPSY. Obviously from the posts above there are also happy holders. Cheers, Martin
shanklin
30/12/2019
16:13
Come on then what’s the story here ? Tiger
castleford tiger
30/12/2019
15:03
If anyone is looking for the forecasts for RTC from Whitman Howard: The latest forecasts dated 15th August 2019 are: this year : 9.9p EPS, 4.16p dividend next year : 11.4p EPS, 4.57p dividend
mellotrustsandfunds
30/12/2019
14:37
Good point Rivaldo and certainly lots of maintenance will be needed after all that flooding. There may be a trading update in early January hopefully. Whitman Howard have a £1 price target so we are still almost half price in the post Christmas sales!
davidosh
30/12/2019
13:30
Agreed davidosh. Great to see some activity here on what should be a very quiet day. Maybe Network Rail have had to increase their usage of Ganymede staff after all the flooding and landslip etc recently?
rivaldo
30/12/2019
12:41
This is certainly incredibly good value and has had steadily increasing profits and dividends for years unlike most of the others in this sector that have had good years then big problems. I am very comfortable holding it and getting about 7% yield. At some point I also suspect the chairman may wish to cash in his holding as the largest shareholder which may suggest that a larger player will come in for the company as there are very good long term contracts in place here that alongside cost savings would make it a great addition.
davidosh
30/12/2019
12:04
Well well here we go, 2020 could be tasty
11023154
30/12/2019
09:26
Indeed edmundshaw maybe get a good run to up finals in a couple of months, happy to hold RTC with the excellent return it's given me on my investment :-)
cheshire man
30/12/2019
08:33
About time we joined this construction stock party. Clear undervaluation here...
edmundshaw
29/11/2019
16:06
I have been unable to get an on-line quote (to buy) in the past week or two - dreadful lquidity and spread. I see that today's buys are both at full price. All this doesn't surprise me as dealers may have been waiting to catch mandated reivestment of dividends. Perhaps liquidity may soon improve with that out of the way.
boadicea
12/11/2019
07:11
Excellent news this morning, and proof that Ganymede are doing a good job for Network Rail: Https://www.investegate.co.uk/rtc-group-plc--rtc-/rns/contract-extension-for-network-rail/201911120700070376T/
rivaldo
05/11/2019
09:46
Talking of which, the interim divi is this Thurs for 1.4p :)
gleach23
05/11/2019
09:43
Trouble historically, apart from the great yield, was the way management siphoned off all the upside by ludicrous share option awards. Is that still the case or is there some chance that other shareholders might share in any success the company achieved operationally.
shanklin
05/11/2019
09:22
Notice we're edging up with not much buying, great yield here so happy to sit tight :-)
cheshire man
24/9/2019
19:01
Nice to see some life coming back into the company share price...As I said a couple of weeks ago 'This company cannot remain on a p/e of 5 and yield over 8% for too long.'
davidosh
09/9/2019
01:02
Yes agreed...the longer the troops have to stay in Afghanistan the more work for RTC in supplying civilian and security personnel. This company cannot remain on a p/e of 5 and yield over 8% for too long.
davidosh
08/9/2019
21:56
Cheers rivaldo, thanks for that.
cwa1
08/9/2019
19:10
Looks like RTC will be continuing to supply into Afghanistan for some time to come following Trump's cancellation today of the peace deal with the Taliban. CWA1, the latest forecasts from Whitman Howard dated 15th August are: this year : 9.9p EPS, 4.16p dividend next year : 11.4p EPS, 4.57p dividend
rivaldo
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