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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Scs Group Plc LSE:SCS London Ordinary Share GB00BRF0TJ56 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -6.00 -2.45% 239.00 240.00 247.00 239.00 239.00 239.00 81,803 16:35:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 268.1 -3.1 -5.8 - 96

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/4/2021
12:10
just bought in great results and profit margins etc, feels like this will go higher next week when stores re open......cant go on holiday buy a sofa!
finkie
30/3/2021
19:57
Nice tick up over 2.40.
brucie5
30/3/2021
14:31
SCS featured in the Results Round up at Mello last night and came out very positively
davidosh
30/3/2021
08:05
Lots of early interest, feels like a blue day
soleman1
26/3/2021
16:08
Started a position here. Still appears overbought, so I will wait for my next tranche. Looking forward to hearing from Mello.
brucie5
23/3/2021
10:26
if they can't spend money on foreign travel they will spend more on sofas and stuff haha
farrugia
22/3/2021
10:16
6:40pm tonight SCS Https://melloevents.com/mellomonday-22nd-march-2021/
netcurtains
22/3/2021
08:10
The mollo thing is on tonight I think? SCS one of the companies in the session.
netcurtains
19/3/2021
09:40
SCS are currently advertising on TV ...
netcurtains
17/3/2021
18:26
Very well rounded reasoning Bruce. The only thing I would add is if you overlaid the cash balance, current and projected profits against the chart I think you would see it is remarkably cheap compared to the historic norm. They did also buy up some stock.VC is a possibility, the new bod may also be keen to return some cash to shareholders via large or special dividend.It may drop back into the 200-220 range but the possibility of a breakout seems more likely to me.
soleman1
17/3/2021
12:30
Looking to buy in here on the back of Paul Scott's recent review of results on Stocko. His view seems to be that SCS will be taken out by a VC, to leverage the balance sheet, which does loom remarkably full! That would a shame. I'm assuming that once the great British public is released from lockdown SCS tills will be ring once again. Spending on really well made furniture has always seemed a good idea to me, though scrooge that I am, my one SCS piece, a large reclinable sofa, was bought second hand. It is lovely though! I would also, as with BT, which I bought recently, expect a dividend in the not too distant, which will enhance its attractions to institutional holders. My hesitation is with the chart, which looks overextended. The share price tends to spike up and down a lot, with a regular range of 20-30p.So I'd be more interested should it come down to my target region of 2.10-2.20, which would suggest a solid base. We're also at the top of the 5 year range, which suggests to me there might be historic resistance. Therefore on my watchlist.
brucie5
16/3/2021
19:14
So why doesn't this start with a 3? Surely?
chrisb1103
16/3/2021
12:14
In fairness the new CEO had only been in place for a few days when they did the Q&A at the January Mello. I am sure it will be different now he has far more knowledge and experience of how SCS operate.
davidosh
16/3/2021
11:11
Yes, I saw that Mello interview too, the new man looked a bit out of his depth to me, but hopefully he was just in the process of getting his feet under the table and wisely let the long time boss have the limelight in the meantime.
muckshifter
16/3/2021
10:54
Just bought in. Saw the Mello interview with the execs. The outgoing and incoming. But was a bit cautious as the equity markets looked a bit uncertain in February. But happy to take an initial position now and either slowly average up or down over the mid term.
scooper72
16/3/2021
10:40
Farrugia: I've been adding too. I think that is a "better than expected".
netcurtains
16/3/2021
10:34
i picked up more - there is a seller at 247.
farrugia
16/3/2021
10:30
These are excellent results and better than I expected. We know from the last long lockdown that they can play catch up rapidly once stores open...The online sales could be a big winner for SCS as previously they were very small in the full numbers but must now be in the teens as a percentage of overall sales....presumably they do not pay the same commission on those so it should be good for margins which are showing an improve too👍 I do not think they will be doing big discounts even at sale times from here so margins will improve further. Plenty of cash on the balance sheet so distressed companies will sadly fall but SCS will be there to collect further business gains as with the demise of Harveys. The good news for Mello is that the new CEO will be presenting at #MelloMonday next week so that should be a good time to ask any questions A really good show lined up....hxxps://melloevents.com/mellomonday-22nd-march-2021/
davidosh
16/3/2021
10:18
Remove the 50m net cash (owner cash not deposits )then the PE drops to 3 .If ,as i expect ,sales to boom after lockdown ends then shares should re-rate . They’re worth double current price . Remember main competitor Harveys has disappeared so they’ve picked up 50% of their sales (same /similar out of town parks ).
buffetteer
16/3/2021
09:59
Market Cap 99.2 Profits AFTER tax 14.2 This means current PE ratio is 6.8 6.8pe (thats even after this 8% rise - yes its only an 8% rise on such good figures too) 6.8pe ratio
netcurtains
16/3/2021
09:27
Amazingly good results in the circumstances.
deadly
16/3/2021
08:01
Financial highlights: · Gross sales* increased 13.9% to £182.3m (2020: £160.1m) · Revenue up 14.4% to £173.9m (2020: £152.0m) · Gross profit increased 16.8% to £83.7m (2020: £71.7m) · Gross margin improved to 45.9% (2020: 44.8%) · Operating profit of £19.8m (2020: £1.2m) · Profit before tax of £17.7m (2020: loss of £0.6m) · Earnings per share of 37.5p (2020: loss of 1.4p) · Government support of £6.6m (2020: £nil) · Cash generated from operating activities of £24.0m (2020: £31.3m) · Strong balance sheet with cash of £91.8m at 23 January 2021 (2020: £61.5m)
netcurtains
16/3/2021
07:31
Interim results released:- https://www.londonstockexchange.com/news-article/SCS/interim-results/14900945 Current trading and outlook: · Latest government announcements indicate that we should be able to open our stores in England and Wales on 12 April 2021, with further guidance on store opening timeframes expected to be announced in Scotland later today · Online order growth for the first seven weeks of the second half of the year to 13 March 2021 of 157.5% · Overall order intake decrease of 87.2% on a like-for-like* basis for the first seven weeks of the second half of the year to 13 March 2021 due to the current temporary store closures, resulting in order intake decline of 23.8% for the 33 weeks to 13 March 2021 · Cash at 13 March 2021 of £80.9m · As previously announced, Steve Carson will lead the Group as CEO following David Knight's planned retirement in July 2021. Their handover process is progressing well
cwa1
11/3/2021
08:20
I topped up a few. I think this is going up as we head towards shops opening and continued boom in home improvements and home sales.
netcurtains
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