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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 01:00:00
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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23/7/2020
10:27
tiswas.....I still have my holding. Spreadex act for lots of clients and others may have sold out their positions in the February sell off. I think the price would have collapsed then if mine were sold. This kind of Network Rail infrastructure spend announced today is very good news for RTC who supply necessary additional workforce to all the approved contractors https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-53510438 Note the chairmans comment this morning... I believe our strategy of concentrating on supporting activities in public and regulated sectors (infrastructure and railway transportation) and providing contract workers vital to the country's long-term infrastructure development plans is proving sound during these very difficult times. I see it as encouraging for the future prospects of the Group.
davidosh
23/7/2020
09:46
I took a few first thing and am surprised there hasn't been more buying on the back of these Interims which have come out early as previous advice was for around 3rd Aug. Unless I'm missing something today's results were better than I thought they'd be and have the added bonus of a significant improved cash position. By contrast though, we seem to have a keen seller.
gleach23
22/7/2020
18:01
Well, my "opportunistic" purchase doesn't seem too bright right now. Anyone have any thoughts as to where this is going. I see on Stockopedia that David Stredder, Davidosh who posts here I believe, sold most of his shares in Feb, I missed any announcement. If that is correct and as one of the more bullish commentators on RTC historically I would be interested in his current thoughts?
tiswas
17/6/2020
11:44
A statement today that reflects the lethargic share price of late. No damage done though so let's hope it can somehow stir from its stupor.
gleach23
11/6/2020
10:20
As pleasantly surprised as I was to see a 10k purchase move the price up, I cursed that initial 5k sell that took the Bid down 10% so much this morning I had to go and chase noisy magpies off the lawn! Funny how some trades just get to you :)
gleach23
04/6/2020
10:30
I've recently took advantage of the chart low and looking at it I would say if we get some decent volume we will move up reasonable quickly,,,,,AGM on the 17th maybe with a positive update and despite no divi this year this is a solid company to hold long for when the country gets up and running again,,,,,all IMO
cheshire man
03/6/2020
13:51
I was surprised as there had been 25-30k shares available to buy for some weeks now
gleach23
03/6/2020
12:53
Yep, very illiquid. I sold out in Jan but bought 10k back this morning and that moved the price!
tiswas
03/6/2020
11:02
Nice prompt tiswas - currently up 6% since your post :)
gleach23
03/6/2020
09:56
AGM 2 weeks today (17 Jun) should provide an update. I've taken a trading position at this level on the basis that it's gone under the radar in the market rebound.
gleach23
03/6/2020
08:59
Close to making new lows, no bounce back here.
tiswas
28/4/2020
08:51
Agreed, it's somewhat ambiguous. I suspect it means no dividends to be "paid" this year, which means they can declare a final divi for the FY2020 to be paid in 2021. Possibly! Not too bad a trading update given the pandemic, being able to state that: "Trading in Q1 has been largely unaffected by the current situation". Recruitment and smart meters are the weaknesses, but cost reductions and strength in rail and infrastructure seem to have mitigated any material impact to date. Hopefully as the lockdown eases, as it's slowly doing already, things will normalise. The current share price is therefore hopefully the bottom.
rivaldo
28/4/2020
08:37
Not the best worded rns. The previously proposed final dividend of 2.76p was withdrawn prior to the AGM. They are now stating that "no dividend payment is proposed for 2020". Does that mean no dividend payments to be made in calendar year 2020 i.e. no FY19 final (already withdrawn; was to be paid in June 2020) or FY20 interim (in Nov 2020); or does it mean no dividend payments in respect of FY20 i.e. no FY20 interim in Nov 2020 or FY20 final in Jun 2021? Update on the impact of COVID-19 - HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/rtc-group-plc--rtc-/rns/update-on-the-impact-of-covid-19/202004280700070319L/
speedsgh
07/4/2020
12:43
Interesting point tiswas I had forgotten all about my post, which seems very relevant now.
shanklin
07/4/2020
12:34
Any of the February bull posters got a case for buying at these prices? I wonder if they could run in to bad debts with the secondary lending highlighted in Shanklin's post of 24th Feb?
tiswas
30/3/2020
20:06
I don't suppose the management have cut their recumeration. 3800
3800
30/3/2020
18:36
In common with many other companies recently, the final dividend payment has been withdrawn... AGM changes - HTTPS://www.investegate.co.uk/rtc-group-plc--rtc-/rns/agm-changes/202003301532220987I/ Due to the evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, the Board of RTC announces that the Company's Annual General Meeting (AGM) will now be convened at the Derby Conference Centre, London Road, Derby, DE24 8UX at 12 noon on 17 June 2020. Further, given the need to hold an AGM before the end of June 2020, and the likelihood that the full extent of the COVID-19 situation and therefore its' impact on the Group will not be known at that point, the Board have deemed it prudent to withdraw the resolution on a final dividend at the AGM. The Board remain committed to their dividend policy where circumstances allow and hope to be able to update shareholders on future dividend payments later in the year. A notice convening the Annual General Meeting will be sent to shareholders as soon as is practicably possible.
speedsgh
10/3/2020
22:19
This should be very good news for RTC and the supply of labour for all the infrastructure spend https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-51823021
davidosh
25/2/2020
12:05
Good results yesterday as others have stated, given last year's backdrop and also the investment costs written off in upskilling and training. With 10.2p EPS forecast this year rising to 11.9p EPS next year, plus 4.58p and 5.03p dividends respectively, RTC look very good value at 74.5p.
rivaldo
25/2/2020
09:06
Well done the BOD, it's about time they issued some more options at 0p
mr hangman
24/2/2020
18:47
I think that to have met expectations against the tough backdrop last year is very commendable. Let's not forget where we were after the very difficult first half.... H1 Group revenue from continuing operations increased to £46m (2018: £41m) H2...£48.9m) ·H1 Profit before tax reduced marginally to £0.71m (2018: £0.77m) (H2...£1.29m) ·H1 Basic earnings per share fell to 3.86p (2018: 4.38p) (H2...5.74p) Yet we ended the year with.... · Group revenue £94.9m (2018: £87.8m), 8% increase. (H2...£48.9m) · Profit from operations maintained at £2.0m (2018: £2.0m).(H2...£1.29m) · Earnings per share (basic) 9.60p (2018: 10.20p).(H2...5.74p) Plus the very good news.. · A final dividend is proposed of 2.76p per share making total dividends in respect of the year to 31 December 2019 of 4.16 p (2018: 3.85p), 8% increase. · Net working capital debt reduced to £2.8m (2018: £4.5m). The Group has no term debt. · 75% of gross profit generated by our more resilient contract business.
davidosh
24/2/2020
18:13
From the results. A snippet (my highlighting):- 2019 was another extremely positive year for the Group. Our business continued to grow despite severe economic and geo-political uncertainty which impacted the wider global and UK economies. Group revenue, gross profit, cash generation and shareholder dividends all increased in line with market expectations. The Group's long-term investment programme in apprentice training and workforce upskilling remained at a constant, and in certain cases enhanced level. These costs have to be recognised fully in the year incurred and cannot be spread over the expected revenue recovery timeline. Therefore, whilst we could, like many organisations have in the current climate, deferred this investment to achieve both higher profit and associated earnings per share, the Board did not see this as a necessary nor sensible strategy to deploy. I take this as reading that there is an underlying increase in (expected) profitability going forwards, even if not of actual profits in 2019.
edmundshaw
24/2/2020
11:05
There are plenty BOD in other company's taking large remuneration that don't bring home the bacon for their investors, RTC BOD have paid me well over the years of being a shareholder and I can sleep well at night into the bargain,,,each to their own of course :-)
cheshire man
24/2/2020
10:52
These continue to trade in the same range they have been the last few years. The main issue I have with this company is the BOD remuneration, which are more akin to those seen at a FTSE100/250 company than a micro cap.
the big fella
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