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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Sig Plc SHI London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
-1.40 -2.75% 49.60 16:35:17
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
48.50 48.50 50.55 49.60 51.00
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DateSubject
05/11/2021
22:25
elongate: This is my last over there. What’s wrong with it? And Zho’s here of 3rd. is a crib ( nothing wrong with that ) from mine over there. If you have something useful, post it like me. I look forward to your input. And please save a little pity for yourself. Some detail on what has happened. All squared up for the future. Locked in a favourable interest rate. Cash on balance sheet (aiming at £100 mil )It will also have reset other matters, including company leverage restraints imposed by lenders on dividend payment. More on that from them later, possibly not before EOY. Immediate benefit is cost reduction, stability and thus institutional investability. ‘The success of this transaction enables us to refinance our existing facilities well ahead of their maturity dates and on more attractive terms. Together with our New Revolving Credit Facility, the Notes further improve the Group's financial flexibility by extending the maturity profile of the Group's borrowings and increasing its available liquidity’ A €300 million five-year (non-call two-year) secured bond issue, tradeable in the market, to reset capital structure. Proceeds from the bond deal will be used to refinance £131 million in private placement notes and £70 million in term loans, as well as provide £31 million cash on balance sheet. Plus a new £50 million 4.5-year super senior revolving credit facility. Banks are guiding investors to expect ratings of B+/B1.( highest quality speculative ) The company generated last-12-months to June 2021 revenue and EBITDA of £2.14 bil. and £74 mil. respectively. Pro forma the transaction, total leverage stands at 3.1x based on annualized EBITDA of £98 mil.
05/11/2021
20:59
elongate: Good evening friends. Some detail on what has happened. All squared up for the future. Locked in a favourable interest rate. Cash on balance sheet (aiming at £100mil ) It will also have reset other matters, including company leverage restraints imposed by lenders on dividend payment. More on that from them later, possibly not before EOY. Immediate benefit is cost reduction, stability and thus institutional investability. ‘The success of this transaction enables us to refinance our existing facilities well ahead of their maturity dates and on more attractive terms. Together with our New Revolving Credit Facility, the Notes further improve the Group's financial flexibility by extending the maturity profile of the Group's borrowings and increasing its available liquidity’ A €300 million five-year (non-call two-year) secured bond issue, tradeable in the market, to reset capital structure. Proceeds from the bond deal will be used to refinance £131 million in private placement notes and £70 million in term loans, as well as provide £31 million cash on balance sheet. Plus a new £50 million 4.5-year super senior revolving credit facility. Banks are guiding investors to expect ratings of B+/B1.( highest quality speculative ) The company generated last-12-months to June 2021 revenue and EBITDA of £2.14 bil. and £74 mil. respectively. Pro forma the transaction, total leverage stands at 3.1x based on annualized EBITDA of £98 mil.
18/10/2021
09:54
zho: Business at construction products supplier SIG (LSE: SHI) is booming today. Yet a look at the penny stock’s share price performance of late might suggest otherwise. I think this could provide a great dip-buying opportunity for me as long-term investor..... https://www.fool.co.uk/2021/10/17/penny-stocks-3-of-the-best-cheap-uk-shares-to-buy-right-now/
17/7/2021
15:27
bigbigdave: Think this has been tipped in today's Momentum Investor, as a non subscriber can only access the 'free' bit......... SIG - Insulation and roofing materials firm making strong recovery Over the month I met with the management of SIG, a leading supplier of insulation and roofing products. Once a stockmarket darling, it attracted a large investor following during a tremendous share price run from less than £2 to almost £15 between 2000-2007. Although the company has ...
25/3/2021
13:42
the count: --->ALL I knew there would be a bit of a sell off after looking at the announcement. I don't usually trade short term, but I actually got it right for once. Sold out at just a touch short of 40p and bought all back, and some more as low as 36.77p. I listened in on the results presentation this morning along with the Q&A. They sounded very positive that all was on track. In fact, it sounded very promising for the next 12 to 18 months IMHO. The results along with the accompanying presentation that we were given can be found on the company website now. hxxps://www.sigplc.com/investors/reports-and-presentations They also added that order books in the UK were now 'bulging' and 'well ahead of sales'. Also mentioned that trading (here in the UK?) had picked up quite markedly since mid February. Definitely a strong recovery stock now unless we have another wave of Covid lock downs. Regards, THE COUNT!
11/1/2021
10:06
thomasearnshaw: Falling now Snippet from a broker However, most investors are likely to be more heavily focussed on 2021, for which forecasts are expected to see more limited movement and the group is due to remain loss-making in 1H21. With much still left to be done, investors may require greater proof
31/12/2020
09:41
thomasearnshaw: For Immediate Publication Crash Alert: 83% of Major Investors Believe Global Financial Crisis is a Possibility, Three in Five Foresee Severe Crisis by 2023 at the Latest 83% of institutional investors see a risk of a global financial crisis 60% expect a serious crisis in the next 1 to 3 years Majority of experts believe that risks from the Corona crisis are not yet sufficiently priced into the market 11% of German companies only have cash reserves for less than 4 weeks
18/11/2020
13:54
jc77777: Here you go bubbleheid. Good message from the prof over on Lse board {Tax deferral -- not a big dealToday 13:35 In another board (ADVFN), an ill-intentioned individual makes false claims about tax deferrals and SIG. He mistakenly mentions that SIG owes hundreds of millions to HMRC because of VAT deferrals. His intention is to scare investors (who don't do their research) and nobody there seems to contradict what he's saying. I cannot post in that board because it asks me for a subscription. Please, can someone from this board copy paste this reply over there. We need to stop misinformation. This company is not covered by big media and so everyone can spread false rumours between retail investors. Many thanks, In reality, these deferral payments amount to £13m and have already factored in, for the final year predictions in the company. The following is from Page 6, in the HY results. hxxps://www.sigplc.com/~/media/Files/S/SIG-Corp/reports-and-presentations/2020/half-year-results-2020.pdf "As at 31 August, the Group had cash resources of £267.5m, with a net cash position, pre IFRS 16, of £29.2m. Approximately £13m of deferred payments relating to government support schemes will unwind over the coming months, the majority doing so in H2 2020. The settlement of these deferrals, the cessation of some historical year-end working capital practices, as well as a carefully managed increase in stock levels in parts of the business to improve the service to customers and to support the Group's sales growth, will result in working capital levels increasing over H2. This increase in working capital will be funded from the Group's available resources". The tax deferral scheme ended on the 30th of June, it's not ongoing. https://www.gov.uk/guidance/deferral-of-vat-payments-due-to-coronavirus-covid-19#paying-the-tax-that-you-have-deferred GLA
16/7/2020
06:40
hamhamham1: RNS Number : 1946T SIG PLC 16 July 2020 SIG plc Awarded London Stock Exchange's Green Economy Mark SIG plc ("SIG"), a leading supplier of specialist building products and solutions to trade customers across the UK, Ireland and Mainland Europe, is delighted to announce that it has been awarded the Green Economy Mark by the London Stock Exchange. The classification, first introduced in 2019, highlights companies and investment funds listed on the London Stock Exchange's Main Market or on AIM that are driving the global green economy. To qualify for the Green Economy Mark, an issuer must generate 50% or more of its total annual revenues from products and services that contribute to the global green economy. The underlying methodology is the Green Revenues taxonomy developed by FTSE Russell as part of the FTSE Environmental Markets Classification System. It identifies industrial sectors and subsectors that are contributors to a greener, more sustainable economy such as climate change mitigation and adaptation, water, resource extraction, pollution and sustainable agriculture. The Green Economy Mark enables investors to identify an investible universe of 'green economy' equities, enabling a broad exposure, rather than a focus on one area, such as renewable energy infrastructure. Less obvious environmental solutions are more visible and able to attract green or climate aware investors and capital. Steve Francis, CEO, commented: "SIG plays an important part in a critical industry. Our mission is to enable modern, sustainable and safe living and working environments in the communities in which we operate, and we fully recognise and commit to our responsibilities in driving efficient, sustainable operations both within the business, and in the industry. We are delighted to be recognised under this initiative by the London Stock Exchange and welcome the opportunity to input into a sustainable economy. We look forward to making further progress on our sustainability activities, such as the reduction of our carbon footprint and more robust waste segregation policies by better understanding the whole supply and disposal chain, and we will continue to focus on driving improvements for a more sustainable future." Denzil Jenkins, Interim CEO, London Stock Exchange plc said: "We're delighted to announce the 2020 group of companies and funds that have received the Green Economy Mark. There is growing investor demand for actionable climate and environment-related financial information, with global asset allocations to green and sustainable finance increasing each year. The Green Economy Mark underlines London Stock Exchange's commitment supporting issuers and investors in the transition to a greener economy." - Ends -
16/7/2020
06:15
bigbigdave: SIG plc Awarded London Stock Exchange's Green Economy Mark SIG plc ("SIG"), a leading supplier of specialist building products and solutions to trade customers across the UK, Ireland and Mainland Europe, is delighted to announce that it has been awarded the Green Economy Mark by the London Stock Exchange. The classification, first introduced in 2019, highlights companies and investment funds listed on the London Stock Exchange's Main Market or on AIM that are driving the global green economy. To qualify for the Green Economy Mark, an issuer must generate 50% or more of its total annual revenues from products and services that contribute to the global green economy. The underlying methodology is the Green Revenues taxonomy developed by FTSE Russell as part of the FTSE Environmental Markets Classification System. It identifies industrial sectors and subsectors that are contributors to a greener, more sustainable economy such as climate change mitigation and adaptation, water, resource extraction, pollution and sustainable agriculture. The Green Economy Mark enables investors to identify an investible universe of 'green economy' equities, enabling a broad exposure, rather than a focus on one area, such as renewable energy infrastructure. Less obvious environmental solutions are more visible and able to attract green or climate aware investors and capital. Steve Francis, CEO, commented: " SIG plays an important part in a critical industry. Our mission is to enable modern, sustainable and safe living and working environments in the communities in which we operate, and we fully recognise and commit to our responsibilities in driving efficient, sustainable operations both within the business, and in the industry. We are delighted to be recognised under this initiative by the London Stock Exchange and welcome the opportunity to input into a sustainable economy. We look forward to making further progress on our sustainability activities, such as the reduction of our carbon footprint and more robust waste segregation policies by better understanding the whole supply and disposal chain, and we will continue to focus on driving improvements for a more sustainable future." Denzil Jenkins, Interim CEO, London Stock Exchange plc said: "We're delighted to announce the 2020 group of companies and funds that have received the Green Economy Mark. There is growing investor demand for actionable climate and environment-related financial information, with global asset allocations to green and sustainable finance increasing each year. The Green Economy Mark underlines London Stock Exchange's commitment supporting issuers and investors in the transition to a greener economy."
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