Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Spaceandpeople Plc LSE:SAL London Ordinary Share GB00B058DS79 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 4.25 0.00 08:00:16
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
4.00 4.50 4.25 4.20 4.25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 7.74 0.07 0.40 10.6 1
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 4.25 GBX

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Spaceandpeople Daily Update: Spaceandpeople Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SAL. The last closing price for Spaceandpeople was 4.25p.
Spaceandpeople Plc has a 4 week average price of 4.20p and a 12 week average price of 3.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 13.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.50p.
There are currently 19,519,563 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 10,199 shares. The market capitalisation of Spaceandpeople Plc is £829,581.43.
1ax: There has been a global pandemic! That said the number of Directors are still one too many and costing six figures, but they do have a cheaper, more attractive office. The lack of investment into technology which works (read lots over the years about investments but never seen anything) is dragging them down. During lockdown they should have been investing in this, customer service, the UX. Instead they appear to have dreamt up ideas like "Revive" many have tried, Mary Portas, the Government etc. and failed so what makes them think they can deliver! I would use my share certificate as toilet roll but to print it off would cost more than it is worth. If this was public funded there would be a parliamentary inquiry to investigate how a business went from market dominant to a £1.6MILION LOSS.........
knownowt: The brokership has changed because Cantor Fitzgerald has withdrawn from Corporate Finance. I notice that one of the names on the announcement was on all the previous announcements from Cantors which indicates to me that SAL has moved with its advisor and doesn't presage a placing - but I could be wrong!
robbothered: Share price increased by nearly 50% on the back of the loan, go figure. It's going to be a long, hard slog before people will start using the spaces that they operate in again. Also brands have slashed their marketing budgets and I wouldn't think that they will be in a rush to increase spend on commercialisation. As one of the larger players in this industry and with the £1m loan behind them they may be one of the fortunate ones to survive, I suppose it all depends how flexible the venue owners are with some of the large revenue guarantees that are in place.
robbothered: Is anybody still out there? So much bad news for this share and I now have no idea as to how low it will go. The environment they work in is incredibly difficult at the moment, as are many others, but it's not core and will be passed over until things return to some form of normality.
robbothered: Rossco, it won't affect SAL as their MPKs are located in covered shopping centres not retail parks.
rossco: In the half year results SAL stated that it had 64 MPKs in locations throughout the UK and that the increase was due to the roll-out of MPKs throughout the Hammerson portfolio of shopping centres. This week Hammerson has exchanged unconditional contracts on the sale of a portfolio of seven retail parks to Orion. Wonder how the change in ownership will affect SAL?
25october1969: Someone has confidence in SAL New 3.42% interest Robert & Virginia Millington hxxps:// I wonder if new Director had anything to do with this?
robbothered: There is an inevitability about how this will end up. I'm not sure at what point it will be that they decide it needs to go private and what pittance of a pence they offer per share but it's going to come. Topvest you really do seem to have rose tinted glasses on when it comes to the management team here. To take a share and manage the price down from 220p to 11p (95% loss) takes some doing - and the thing is, it is exactly the same senior management team that has presided over this! I'd be interested if you could identify a similar company that has performed so badly yet retained their position. Also commentators are stating how badly retail has been hit, well yes there are issues out there but the supposed "blue chip" clients S&P represent are meant to be less influenced by what is happening. Also when money is tight retailers, managing agents and landlords are more open to revenue streams - it is just the arrogance of the senior team that prevents this company performing far better than they do. They should have gone a long time ago and it's only because of their large shareholding that they can keep voting themselves in and losing our money!
topvest: Let's face it, SAL has been a poor investment. We have all made a mistake and incurred a permanent loss of capital. The reason is technological obsolescence - it's killing their business model, as was. Management are not necessarily to blame in my view, as good management in a poor business normally get beaten by the poor business. To quote Mr Buffett... "When management with a reputation for brilliance tackles a business with a reputation for poor fundamental economics, it is the reputation of the business that remains intact." Management here did build a very good business from nothing, only to see it unravel by technological change and the decline in shopping centres. Whether they can find another successful business model to beat the initial one is doubtful in my view. There is a glimmer of a chance of getting 20-25p back at some stage even without a clear breakthrough, so I will hold on with my small holding. I've already marked this down as a mistake and a permanent loss of capital a couple of years back. There's no point being bitter about it. Management are trying their best, its tough going!
1ax: Nothing positive here as the dividend yield is a reminder of how far this stock has fallen. Worse it is the same old rhetoric in the outlook as previous years. The glory days of shopping centres appears to have passed as the internet takes over, the one shining light of train stations has extended by only 1 year, not 3 or 5, so NR does not feel confidence in SAL? Time for a change of leaders as this is the perfect demonstration of madness!
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