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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 309.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
305.00 309.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 268.12 -3.12 -5.80 124
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 309.00 GBX

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Scs Daily Update: Scs Group Plc is listed in the Household Goods & Home Construction sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SCS. The last closing price for Scs was 309p.
Scs Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 253p and a 12 week average price of 235p.
The 1 year high share price is 340p while the 1 year low share price is currently 140p.
There are currently 40,000,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 129,107 shares. The market capitalisation of Scs Group Plc is £123,600,000.
tole: shares to sit and hold ontoI think the trends that DFS is seeing bode well for SCS (LSE:SCS) too. In fact, I'm tempted to buy both. SCS has a stronger balance sheet with plenty of cash. It also reported strong performance in its last interim results. That was several months ago in March, so I reckon it's likely due another update soon.Some of the best UK shares to invest in are those of smaller companies, in my opinion. With a market capitalisation of £115m, I'd say SCS falls firmly in this group.The downsides that SCS is facing are likely to be similar to DFS, namely higher material costs and shipping delays. That said, I see SCS as a well-managed company and it's well-funded too. At a price-to-earnings ratio of 13x its shares are relatively cheap, in my opinion.
davidosh: The next trading update will be at the end of July or early August unless the board feel that the superb forecast beating figures need to be updated ahead of then. This was last year ScS sales and profits were around a third of DFS pre pandemic. Their performances will be highly correlated..and indeed ScS performed better after Lockdown 1 (orders +92% in 9 weeks after re-opening...vs DFS +69%) I expect big upgrades and in any event the charity pledge that I made at Mello which was matched by other investors too... looks likely to be hit today if it holds at the end of the day.
brucie5: Monday, September 27th 2021 Full Year 2021 SCS Group PLC Earnings Release Thursday, November 25th 2021 SCS Group PLC Annual Shareholders Meeting -------------------- No idea about a TU though.
davidosh: Some very useful commentary on DFS and comparing with SCS by Paul Scott in the Small Cap Report... Supply constraints - seems to only be causing delays, rather than anything more serious - Our revenue growth in FY21 has however been constrained by sector-wide pressures on supply chains from raw materials availability, container shipping delays (including the effects of disruption in the Suez Canal), and Covid-19 disruption of factory production. Therefore the majority of the revenues and profits from our strong final quarter of trading will be recognised in our FY22 financial year. Dividends - a 7.5p final divi is expected to be declared in Sept 2021. Dilution - due to its awful, painfully weak balance sheet, DFS was forced to raise more equity during the pandemic. Therefore, note that the share count is now 258.4m, well up from the pre-pandemic level of c.215m. That curtails the upside per share. Whereas smaller rival Scs (LON:SCS) (I hold) which has a bulletproof balance sheet, didn’t need to raise fresh capital, and should therefore have better upside per share. Plus SCS shareholders could sleep soundly at night during the pandemic, whereas DFS at times looked to be in a dicey position. I like to make money on shares without having any worries about insolvency. My opinion - DFS is a really good business, no doubt about that. It’s performed remarkably well in such a heavily disrupted year, showing that lockdowns have not impacted demand for furniture, just caused delays which are quickly recouped when showrooms re-open. Plus people spending more time at home, seems to drive up consumers desire to revamp our homes. My balance sheet concerns remain, and the weak finances resulted in material dilution during the crisis, showing the folly of running any business on a negative NTAV balance sheet (substantially so in this case). Management clearly have not learned any lessons from this, as they're re-starting dividends. I think Scs (LON:SCS) is a much better, lower risk proposition as an investment, since it’s sitting on pots of cash, and trading well, at a bargain rating. There should be read-across from upbeat figures today issued by DFS. Hence DFS being up 12% at the time of writing, looks justified from this strong update today. Read across to SCS (I hold) hasn't happened, and it's down 1%. There's an obvious mismatch there, so I'll be topping up SCS when funds permit. A remarkable share price recovery at DFS, which I think is justified by strong performance.
harrogate: DFS numbers this morning look spectacular and must suggest SCS is flying at the moment.
davidosh: That will certainly account for why the share price has been drifting downwards in the last few weeks. I wonder if they are going to continue selling or was just a decision to reduce by exactly 20%?
davidosh: I have selected SCS as my chosen company to hit a share price of £3 so that a charity can benefit from donations including £300.00 from me. If any of you want to match that with a different amount for another charity then you can do... Https:// You can choose any company and any charity or simply match another investor and their pledge. I am hoping to get to £100k for lots of smaller deserving charities mainly but all donations much appreciated. Lets hope the markets stay positive and investors are generous.
brucie5: 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.
davidosh: Good to see it is still calm here even though the share price is making significant breaks upwards I see SCS have over 22300 followers on Twitter which is pretty impressive. I could not even find DFS
davidosh: This was provided by Paul Scott in the Small Cap Value Report this morning.... My opinion - very positive. It’s a boring, overlooked company that is trading well, with a bulletproof balance sheet, and high future dividend paying capacity. The only thing missing today is any mention of profitability! It sounds like we're probably in line, but mgt is coy about saying anything, as the outlook re covid/re-opening is still so uncertain. That fits very comfortably in the value section of my portfolio. I’m happy to sit tight, and probably might add more to my existing holding on any dips. It’s proven very resilient throughout covid. Don't expect any fireworks with the share price, as sellers always seem to overpower any attempt to rise. But who cares? That's only temporary - eventually strong fundamentals drive things up where they should be, it's just a question of being patient. Plus an advantage of sellers, is that we can buy as many shares as we want. That's not always possible once the sellers have finished. So a depressed share price, combined with strong fundamentals, strikes me as more of an opportunity than anything else. The chart looks lacklustre, but if you add divis on, the total shareholder return has been better than it looks, and there's plenty of upside to come I reckon, if strong performance of the business continues.
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