Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Shore Capital Group Limited LSE:SGR London Ordinary Share GG00BGCZJ741 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 155.00 1,000 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
145.00 165.00 155.00 155.00 155.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 43.33 4.07 12.60 12.3 34
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
09:58:21 O 1,000 158.00 GBX

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Date Time Title Posts
01/10/201918:29Shore Capital - A Slow Burner going in one direction.135
17/12/201220:57ACTION group to have SGR licenses removed-
23/1/200714:02keep hold of your shares30
11/2/200418:12Shore Capital-
20/12/200210:51Shore good thing?21

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17/10/2019
09:20
Shore Capital Daily Update: Shore Capital Group Limited is listed in the Nonequity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SGR. The last closing price for Shore Capital was 155p.
Shore Capital Group Limited has a 4 week average price of 132.50p and a 12 week average price of 132.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 265p while the 1 year low share price is currently 132.50p.
There are currently 21,893,322 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 312,117 shares. The market capitalisation of Shore Capital Group Limited is £33,934,649.10.
01/10/2019
12:23
varies: topvest No-one could blame you for feeling sore. Distasteful as it is to see a manager's wife avail herself of the opportunity to buy shares cheaply in these circumstances, I suppose that sellers would have had to take an even lower price if no buyers came forward. I think that it would have been in the directors' own long-term interest to behave better. Looking at a ten year chart for SGR I see that the share price last went as low as 140p in 2012 and that it has generally stood at well above 200p and indeed at over 400p for several months. 140p is a rotten price for sellers and I offer my sympathy and commiseration. I hope you will be lucky with your re-investment of the proceeds of your sale and recover your losses.
18/10/2018
13:19
topvest: A rather impressive corporate broker appointment. Surprised the share price hasn't jumped. https://www.investegate.co.uk/marks---38--spencer-grp--mks-/rns/appointment-of-corporate-broker/201810181234014938E/
19/10/2017
16:52
topvest: Interim results look pretty good to me. Share price showing as 165p on Stockopedia. Must be some sort of gremlin as price unchanged here and on LSE. Gave me a scare!
02/4/2009
11:51
shawzie: Why is Shore still buying shares in Puma Brandenburg? Will Puma be sold at a substantial premium to current share price as its loans are not tied to LTV?
27/3/2009
17:24
thehardestbutton: Shore Capital Group plc announces that it purchased 2,183,069 of its ordinary shares of 2p each at an average price of 14p per share on Tuesday, 24 March 2009. Of the shares purchased, 263,989 shares will be held as treasury shares and the remaining 1,919,080 shares will be cancelled. Hmm - well it's a better deal that the 3,000,000 of their own stock they bought back at 33p back in April. That was good use of a million quid!!! To which I would quote: Even though buybacks can be huge sources of long-term profit for investors, they are actually harmful if a company pays more for its stock than it is worth. In an overpriced market, it would be foolish for management to purchase equity at all, even in itself. Instead, the company should put the money into assets that can be easily converted back into cash. This way, when the market swung the other way and is trading below its true value, shares of the company can be bought back up at a discount, ensuring current shareholders receive maximum benefit. Didnt seem to do much for the share price either today....perhaps a few more months and they can buy their own stock for under 10p.
11/4/2008
12:02
thehardestbutton: Another 3 million odd at 29p - just where is this going to end?? Management buy out maybe?? Surely would make more sense to let the share price reach its natural level of value first? Anyway - Let the trend be your friend. Still heading south even with todays spike/dead cat bounce!!
04/4/2008
16:43
thehardestbutton: More buying of their own shares and the price keeps falling...falling...falling!! Mind you buying shares at 33p is a bargain compared to all those shares they bought at 42p and 39p and 37p and 36p. I wonder how shareholders feel about this 'investment' of their cash being used to shore up the share price ('scuse the pun). Down to 20p.....sooner rather than later!!!
15/8/2007
08:38
sandbank: When I talked to Shore Group about six weeks ago about the abysmal performance of their share price they claimed the directors were all "happy holders" as they put it. I bet they're not so happy now.
17/7/2007
13:45
thehardestbutton: Has anyone any ideas what sort of loss Shore cap has made on their Patientline investment (PTL) - weren't they investing in that company to the point of overthrowing the sitting chairman (and placing their own man in charge) when the share price was around 15 - 20p and its now close to 1p a share. There must be some reputational damage there at least. And how would this affect their next results?? Were they putting their own cash in or blowing some other poor unfortunates cash?
01/6/2007
09:35
sandbank: Well - now we know where this share price is headed. ...and perhaps little wonder that Shore Capital are so unwilling to send Annual Reports to their shareholders. They are flatly refusing to supply ADVFNs Precision IR service with these public dpocuments - and they won't send them to shareholders who hold via nominees either. Meanwhile, this share drop is not looking good
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