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SRP Serco Group Plc

-0.60 (-0.38%)
Last Updated: 13:59:04
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Serco Group Plc LSE:SRP London Ordinary Share GB0007973794 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.60 -0.38% 157.60 246,219 13:59:04
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
157.50 157.70 160.20 157.60 159.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
General Government, Nec 4.53B 155.4M 0.1408 11.22 1.74B
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
13:59:04 AT 9 157.60 GBX

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29/8/202319:35Serco - Time to Buy2,230
12/11/201412:23$SRP.L – Serco – a dividend achiever gone wrong-
10/11/201414:22Possible support zone for Serco after warning-
14/8/201415:50SELL in Serco Group PLC (SRP.Lon)-

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Posted at 04/12/2023 08:20 by Serco Daily Update
Serco Group Plc is listed in the General Government, Nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SRP. The last closing price for Serco was 158.20p.
Serco currently has 1,103,545,966 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Serco is £1,743,602,626.
Serco has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 11.22.
This morning SRP shares opened at 159p
Posted at 03/8/2023 07:08 by 18bt
Strong set of interims - cashflows being invested in share buybacks at this price are strongly earnings enhancing. In fact it will look undergeared by the year end, so I expect more.

PER of around 10.5x at this levels. Pleased to see the dividend increase as the yield is the last metric that needs improving. Should be scope for a number of years of double digit increases, taking the yield closer to 3%.
Posted at 15/6/2023 15:17 by brain smiley
Trading statement due on June 29th.

Some large contracts up for renewal this year(according to brokers).The uncertainty and perhaps loss of contracts is causing the price declines ?
Posted at 27/4/2023 17:56 by srichardson8
for the record I attended the AGM in Hook today. My overriding impression was very good, the recently appointed CEO seems extremely able. He spent ten years with the company in Australia, came to the UK in 2020 to take over as CEO UK and Europe and stepped into the full CEO position in January this year.The chairman is delightful and very experienced, as is the CFO.There were not many private investors present but we asked a few questions. They seem to be on track to (at least) meet guidance - despite currency headwinds - helped by growth in the USA. There is still something of a hangover in the comparative numbers from the end of their involvement in the UK track and trace covid project which should be remembered when the (expected) modest revenue growth for this year is considered.They are obviously spending a lot of energy into nurturing their own staff (50,000 employees!)whilst giving their (largely) governmental clients a good service in hugely difficult areas - immigration, prisons, military bases and so on.One feels Serco is in safe hands following the departure of Rupert Soames. We shall see but I suspect the rather weaker recent price performance is a result of Soames' leaving the company (he has sold some shares but still holds a fair bit) and the flatter expected trajectory of f2023 results sans covid. But the recent record is good and I hope this will continue whatever political backdrop awaits us all.
Posted at 15/2/2023 09:35 by wilksey1
does anyone know why serco share price is doing so badly,seems like its fell off the cliff since soames said he was retiring
Posted at 20/9/2022 14:13 by blackhorse23
Another excellent dividend stocks with no debt CURY (LSE).
Posted at 12/9/2022 09:04 by cerrito
Says a good deal about the respect that Soames that the price falls so much on news of his upcoming exit.
Posted at 04/8/2022 06:36 by 18bt
And another small upgrade on v strong first half - impressive to replace Test & Trace revenues. Strong statement of justification why the growth should continue. I doubt these shares will ever be popular - too many left wing detractors, but SRP will have a 5 year record of profitable growth by the end of the year and the horrors of 2015-17 are receding into the dim and distant..
Posted at 15/7/2022 06:43 by 18bt
I mised the announcement in May that SRP had bought Sapienza Consulting from TP Group for what looks like a bargain price. Sapienza is A leading European provider of Workforce Solutions Services and Technologies to demanding clients in high-tech, high-reliability, and critical sectors such as Space, Defence and Security. TP bought it for €10m and sold it for €3.2 2 years later. It won't move the dial much but it shows that there are some bargains to be had from smaller companies if you keep your eyes and ears open.
Posted at 04/7/2022 13:50 by leadersoffice
Was buying these when they were down and out and stuck with it even adding every month for three years. I'll be happy once we get over £2 a share. Good luck
Posted at 29/12/2021 12:16 by undervaluedassets
Since 2017 profits are ahead by 1400%

Meanwhile, since 2017 the share price has only advanced by 12.5%
(the median share price for 2017 was £1.20).


Well, I am going to stick with this one. The management team are well respected. I do not know what more they can do, apart from growing profits/EPS and turnover; which, of course, they have done.

The next results are set to be good too.

It has been my habit to arrive early in situations like this and to wait. This kind of thing gets sorted out in the end.. Patience patience.
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