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STCM Steppe Cement Ltd

17.50
0.00 (0.00%)
Last Updated: 08:00:00
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Steppe Cement Ltd LSE:STCM London Ordinary Share MYA004433001 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 17.50 16.00 19.00 17.50 17.50 17.50 48,933 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Cement, Hydraulic 86.73M 17.78M 0.0812 2.16 38.33M
Steppe Cement Ltd is listed in the Cement, Hydraulic sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker STCM. The last closing price for Steppe Cement was 17.50p. Over the last year, Steppe Cement shares have traded in a share price range of 16.00p to 39.00p.

Steppe Cement currently has 219,000,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Steppe Cement is £38.33 million. Steppe Cement has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 2.16.

Steppe Cement Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/5/2024
12:34
I remember two/three years ago posters thought this company was the bees knees and the divi yield was the tops.. oh how times change!
crankylad
20/5/2024
12:13
I'd feel more reassured about this share if a date for capital repayment was given this week. (On or around 23rd May advised in previous RNS)
hoops_75
20/5/2024
12:11
Capitulation must be the bottom, surely
wilo101
20/5/2024
08:20
Someone had enough this morning at any price by the look of it.
dodger777
19/5/2024
18:34
1098kTonnes produced nationwide in April. This is only marginally down from 1140 and 1120 in the previous two Aprils and much better than the sharp fall in March of -13.5%. April is the last of the weaker 6 months. The more important 6 months start in May and good numbers would help shift the clinker stock that has been built up. So, April not great but much better than a poor March. (There were a few cold days at the start of April that might have been a slight drag. May weather looks decent so far.)
aleman
16/5/2024
15:21
Isn't it about time we got dates for the pay-out (1.5p capital return)?
I'd like to think this would be well before the annual results in June, and hopefully news of a new dividend / capital return payout.
I'll actually take the trouble to vote at the AGM this year, and I'll vote against the re-appointment of any of the existing directors. Their performance has been pathetic.

tigerbythetail
16/5/2024
15:20
Isn't it about time we got dates for the pay-out (1.5p capital return)?
I'd like to think this would be well before the annual results in June, and hopefully news of a new dividend / capital return payout.

tigerbythetail
15/5/2024
16:32
It’s a ridiculous spread on this share.
This is one I really wished I hadn’t bought into, more because I just feel the management just don’t give a stuff about shareholders

dodger777
08/5/2024
05:43
99.97% in favour....

Shareholders approved the Special Resolution for a capital repayment of approximately 1.5 pence per ordinary share of no par value each, effected by way of Capital Reduction pursuant to Section 53(9A) of the Labuan Companies act 1990 (the "Capital Repayment"), with 99.97% of votes cast in favour.

wilo101
02/5/2024
15:31
Explanation: its a company in the hands of the major shareholders, with a BOD which has no concern for the interests of anyone else.
1knocker
02/5/2024
14:53
Can someone please explain today's activity?

more sellers than buyers

3800
02/5/2024
14:51
Can someone please explain today's activity?
rahosi
26/4/2024
17:14
Capital gain? That is optimistic. Currently most investor will report a loss reduced by 1.5 p if selling at a price not very much higher than it is now.
riskvsreward
26/4/2024
16:27
So the capital restructuring has been approved. For those that do not know, this is not a dividend as such and should not be declared as income on any tax return. A return of capital is taxed (in the UK at least) as a reduction in your purchase price so your capital gain will be 1.5p higher if and when you come to sell your shares.
aleman
26/4/2024
09:37
Kazakhstan March (weather-hit) cement PRODUCTION was -13.5% compared to March last year. We knew it was going to be bad from the company trading update on Kazakhstan SALES, though it's not one of the major months and the accumulated clinker stock can be sold later to generate cash, hopefully at better prices in the major summer months.

We should get an announcement on the 1.5p capital return before long. 2023 results should be only about 6 weeks away, with another modest payout likely after a better H2. With decent weather in April, I'm hoping things are improving and we get a better outlook statement, though April is still just in the generally weaker 6 months of the year for output. The Composite PMI for March was highest since September, at 50.9, so I'm hoping for better months to come.

aleman
10/4/2024
10:08
Sorry was looking at concrete figures

My point, STCM is fairly stable if somewhat unexceptional

danmart2
10/4/2024
09:21
Construction growth has been higher from 2020 to 2024 than it was in the decade to 2019. (It's probably partly down to the national road infrastructure expansion which will also stimulate other projects. The roads are generally concrete in Kazakhstan.)
aleman
10/4/2024
08:47
Post Covid boom drop off in construction was inevitable, compare the results to post covid years.
danmart2
09/4/2024
22:03
This company would be the most odd ball strategy for investing your hard earned money.
wind dancer
09/4/2024
16:05
I think you’re all being a bit premature in claiming a Russian victory, a continuing stalemate would be my thinking.
dodger777
09/4/2024
11:33
I take your point knocker, but demand in the region would increase meaning that other (nearer) markets would still need supplies.
eggbaconandbubble
09/4/2024
09:44
As I type the CEO has declared purchases on another 75k shares.
lloydypool
09/4/2024
09:43
I'm not sure that the rebuilding of Ukraine will a) be a near term catalyst (as it seems set to drag on a while yet) and b) will directly be beneficial, as it is too far away.

However, there may be a knock on impact of the end of the war, firstly if there is some sort of stability in the region and secondly as supplies going into Ukraine (from Russia if they win?) may mean less available to export to other areas, such as Kazakhstan.

I suspect STCM may be in for a rough few years, but let's face it they are well set to get through it and the share price is around a 3rd of its previous highs. I don't think there is a lot of downside here and the biggest risk to investors is that the business is taken private as it doesn't seem they will need capital raises and there is a large proportion of the shares in few hands.

lloydypool
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