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Totally Plc TLY London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 30.75 08:00:00
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30.75 30.75 30.75 30.75 30.75
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Posted at 22/9/2022 17:55 by barkbooo
I don't know if you guys realise over on the old nutter thread - but your leader at TLY said that TLY, "face the same challenging operating environment as the NHS and other businesses in relation to staffing, recruitment and increasing costs." So the same challenges as the NHS - they manage to burn nearly 200 billion, good luck there! That nice man must have a cunning plan??
Posted at 06/9/2022 20:57 by supernumerary
Meanwhile, back in the real world, despite the unremitting efforts of the tly mercenary crew, the situation in the NHS gets ever-worse: Luckily for tly, I expect Therese Coffey thinks that more of the same failed policies will eventually succeed, if only they're carried on long enough :¬)
Posted at 06/9/2022 20:56 by sikhthetech
ammons, Exactly. That's my point. NHS will always be a top priority regardless of who is in govn. Same goes for use of private providers. Every govn pours money into the NHS and are too scared to make any major changes to it's core structure. That's a major point a lot of people don't understand. sikhthetech - 19 Dec 2018 - 13:12:23 - 6805 of 19146 Totally Health - 2014 onwards - TLY I don't think any government will be able to make WHOLESALE changes to the core NHS org quickly... It would be a political disaster and an own goal. It takes years to plan and make changes to anything to do with the NHS... The current changes to the NHS were originally thought of back in 2012, when SDM was being talked about.. so 6 yrs ago... The Labour Government created NHS Direct, the Tories changed the name to NHS 111 and expanded on the idea.. Any change of Government would probably result in smaller changes around the edges 1st, ie at local level, which may or may not affect TLY..
Posted at 05/9/2022 12:58 by sikhthetech
The comments are obvious and apply to the NHS and virtually every business in the country and in fact a lot of other countries. Inflation is a problem. TLY has a diversified business which is growing strongly as can be seen from the results over the past 5 yrs. Having NHS, HMP as their customers means business will always be there. Everyone needs healthcare, whether the economy is in recession or not. Imastu, "the risks should growth slow." Are you expecting people to stop using the NHS because the country is in a recession?? Really. I would suggest the housing sector and construction are more at risk during a recession, don't you? But then again you're never been interested in a honest discussion on TW. The fact the share price there has crashed due to the events I mentioned is of no interest to you..;-) I see the trolls (1gw mates) are out in force today, as usual happens when there's an announcement. The same trolls have been saying for years that TLY is a failure but TLY has continued to grow. It says it all about the troll's agenda. Owenski's PSN: TRMR: TLY: Orph:
Posted at 23/8/2022 09:10 by davebowler
Master Investor Totally (LON:TLY) – This group gets fitter and fitter This £80m group, which is a leading provider of frontline healthcare services, corporate fitness and wellbeing services across the UK and Ireland, will be holding its AGM on Monday 5 September. It has been winning new contracts with regularity over the last nine months and looks certain to continue that trend going forward. Analyst Ian Jermin at Allenby Capital is very positive about the group and its prospects. For the year to end March 2023 he is estimating revenues of £140.0m (£127.4m), with adjusted pre-tax profits leaping up 54% to £5.7m (£3.7m), while earnings lift up to 3.00p (1.92p) and with a held dividend of 1.0p per share. For 2024 he goes for £160.0m revenues, £7.9m profits, 4.16p earnings and 1.1p dividend per share. In the 2025 year, Jermin has estimates for £174.4m, sales, £8.3m profits, 4.35p earnings and a 1.2p dividend per share. Understandably, he has a ‘fair value‘ of 75p on the shares, which closed on Friday night at only 42p. At that level, ahead of a positive AGM Statement, I do think that they could now be ready for another run up to over the 50p hurdle.
Posted at 12/8/2022 14:05 by sikhthetech
waterloo, NHS or NHS supplier systems are regularly targeted by scammers using ransomware. The attack doesn't impact TLY as they don't supply the software. It would impact access to NHS 111 data and so possibly delaying access to NHS 111 data but as it's not TLY's software I can't see how it would impact them financially. "Advanced, which provides digital services like patient check-in and NHS 111, says it may take three to four weeks to fully recover." "An NHS England spokesperson said: "While Advanced has confirmed that the incident impacting their software is ransomware, the NHS has tried and tested contingency plans in place including robust defences to protect our own networks, as we work with the National Cyber Security Centre to fully understand the impact. "The public should continue to use NHS services as normal, including NHS 111 for those who are unwell, although some people will face longer waits than usual.
Posted at 07/8/2022 13:53 by sikhthetech
Quazie, Read the rns for once!! You do like to twist things.. They are referring to the 1 occassion on a payment made in Feb. It is no different from the way other companies have made distributions. Keep up!! "The Group's historic reported trading results and financial condition, and ability to pay future dividends, including the proposed final dividend of 0.5 pence per ordinary share for the financial year ended 31 March 2022, are entirely unaffected by this matter." "There were sufficient reserves held in subsidiaries of the Company which could have been distributed to the Company. Therefore, had certain internal corporate transactions been implemented prior to the payment of the Interim Dividend, adequate distributable reserves would have been available to the Company." These issues only affected the Interim Dividend and did not affect any other distributions made by the Company."
Posted at 14/7/2022 06:35 by spursspurs
Thanks Dave Totally (TLY) This £82m frontline healthcare provider operates NHS 111 helplines, GP surgeries, out-of-hours phone services and 34 gyms for the Royal Mail. It offers strong growth from long-term contracts and recently announced five urgent treatment centre contract extensions for £19m. The forecast price-to-earnings ratio (PE) for this year is 23, falling to a multiple of just 10 in 2024 from projected, mostly predictable earnings, on revenue of £82m. Operating profits for the year to 31 March just gone are expected to be ahead of consensus
Posted at 12/7/2022 07:27 by microscope
A strong set of record results, debt free, and despite acquisitions, yet another increase in cash. Good dividend, revenues continuing to rise and over 2.5 million users, which both underpins and expands this business's growing footprint in every part of modern healthcare, and improves public awareness of the value and quality TLY have to offer.Acquisitions really showing their worth with rapid margin and turnover expansion, justifying the company's buy and build ethos.Partnering the NHS to help work through its five year backlog, and I don't think there can be many who doubt TLY will continue to expand successfully from here.
Posted at 19/5/2022 16:05 by sikhthetech
Taylor "why TLY spends the majority of shareholder funds on serial acquisitions rather than rewarding shareholders with enhanced dividends?" They have been building a diversified business to address the significant challenges facing the NHS, as they stated in their strategy. They have been growing the business as well as expanding it. They have done exactly what they said they would, so BoD are very credible (unlike your Orph) Look at the NHS and you'll see how it's a mess with no little connection between Primary, Secondary and tertiary sectors. TLY brings all these together as a leading Out of Hospital provider offering: 1) Urgent Care - NHS 111, Urgent Care/Walk in Centres, 2) Planned care - physio, dermatology, referrals, mental health 3) Insourcing to address the huge backlog of operations in all 4 UK nations plus republic of Ireland. 4) Company wellbeing - companies are responsible for staff wellbeing, even if they work from home. I think they had the right strategy to build the diversified business as their results have shown. They still pay dividends, which increased last time. Increasing recurring revenues of £122m+++ Cash £15m as of 31st March Paying dividends. Mcap £74m with £15m cash. TLY's Strategy: "Building Totally into a leading ‘out of hospital’ healthcare provider to help address the significant healthcare challenges faced by the UK now and importantly, in the future"
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