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TP Group LSE:TPG London Ordinary Share GB0030591514 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 5.90p 5.80p 6.00p 5.90p 5.90p 5.90p 21,373 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 29.5 -0.6 -0.1 - 44.76

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17/12/2018
09:56
20p by next Christmas? Are we getting close to our £100 million turnover mark?
timojelly
13/12/2018
12:17
I saw this announcement today. I wonder if there may be some work that TPG can gain from its partner framework? Australia's AUD50 billion, about GBP29 billion, deal for France to build it a fleet of 12 submarines has been finalized, Defence Minister Christopher Pyne said Thursday. Despite earlier reports that negotiations over the huge project had hit problems, Pyne said all key aspects of the strategic partnership agreement were completed. It will be signed early in 2019 and the first of 12 submarines will be delivered to the Australian Navy in the early 2030s. The Chief of Navy Michael Noonan described the new fleet of French-designed non-nuclear Shortfin Barracuda-class submarines as "regionally superior". "The Attack class will meet the Navy's capability needs and help protect our security and prosperity for decades to come," Vice Admiral Noonan added. Earlier this week, a group of retired naval officers said the French submarines were too expensive and complicated and cheaper alternatives should be considered. In 2016, the French state-owned company Naval Group was selected to build 12 submarines in Adelaide over proposals submitted by Germany's ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems and the Japanese government
catch007
11/12/2018
13:39
Cerrito - worth highlighting (from PRES results statement): "The diversification into global defence markets from 2014 has proved highly successful, strengthened by the opening of our German office and the development of key relationships and opportunities in new regions. This sector remains the organic growth focus for the foreseeable future with strong potential to replicate the success seen with the Royal Navy across NATO-friendly navies worldwide. In the UK, submarine and surface warship build programmes remain largely unaffected by cuts in defence spending and we are established suppliers to the extensive Dreadnought submarine and Type 26 frigate projects, with order book visibility to 2023 and project horizons out to at least 2030."
thompsonminor
11/12/2018
11:05
Looking for another acquisition before the New Year
timojelly
11/12/2018
09:52
Note that PRES in their results announcement today refer to delays in their work on the Dreadnought programme, which may or may not be affecting TPG
cerrito
04/12/2018
10:16
I note the recent 'Minnows' newspaper article is shown on the TPG website under news and press releases so there must be some substance to the content commentary. I wonder if indeed we will see news this month of another deal as stated below and add a bit of interest in the company. An share price of circa 6p doesn't reflect IMHO the business momentum and progress being made, stripping out say 1.5p for the cash held currently leaves the trading businesses at circa only 4.5p. We must hope 2019 provides a rerating by the market. GLA 'Cartmell says the company still has plenty of cash to burn, adding that it is in discussions to close one more deal this year. The company has said on top of that there are another 20 potential acquisition targets. Cartmell added that all acquisitions and takeover targets are earnings enhancing in the first year.'
catch007
03/12/2018
09:40
Killick private customers topping up again. Usually a good sign.....
thompsonminor
01/12/2018
13:50
. . Could be good news for us. The UK has told Europe it will set up it's own system and not participate in the Galileo system, mainly for military independence reasons. .................................................................... Galileo is an £8bn satellite navigation system intended to rival the US-controlled Global Positioning System. Once fully operational in 2020 it will provide accurate position, navigation and timing information to be used by governments, citizens and industry. It will be used by everything from smartphones to security-critical military applications in target acquisition and tracking. The UK is developing receivers for military platforms that will incorporate Galileo’s encrypted Public Regulated Service (PRS). hTtps://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/may/25/what-is-galileo-and-why-are-the-uk-and-eu-arguing-about-it . .
bullster
30/11/2018
13:42
. . An old market makers term of a double satan, is one million buy on it's way. . .
bullster
30/11/2018
12:11
the 6 zeros you mean? :o)
paulgo
29/11/2018
13:18
. . What's with all the sixes ? . .
bullster
28/11/2018
18:19
Many AIM stocks have been decimated, and it is possible that this has led to indisciminate selling of others. Some good value around at the moment.
tiltonboy
28/11/2018
18:07
SP has been heading south I haven't seen any news out so not sure why. Any thoughts?
catch007
21/11/2018
18:56
buywell3 - a little research into TPG would not go amiss as you will see positive frameworks, alliances and blue chip customers across the companies core divisions and progress made on many fronts. May I respectfully suggest that if healthcare is your chosen market segment for investment then you apply your expertise there, those institutional investors in TPG (and PI's on this BB) are in the company for their own valid reasons. As TPG do not operate in the healthcare arena comparison seems a bit futile and invalid.
catch007
21/11/2018
16:20
buywell, as far as TPG is concerned the eggs are NOT all in one geographical basket. Phil Cartmell's approach to a broader overseas market (including defence) offers far greater protection from any politically induced downturn in the UK.
thompsonminor
21/11/2018
15:59
My point entirely The defence space is shrinking Wilst the NHS space like peoples guts is expanding exponentially Healthcare was the only sector in the green in the USA when it slumped this week and in October Healthcare will be the sector to be in for the next 2 to 3 years
buywell3
21/11/2018
15:55
Well spotted, Bullster. The Vega story has many similarities to the TPG one; both businesses working in the same (defence) space, and with similar legacy issues pre-Cartmell arrival. This makes holding on to TPG a much easier decision.
thompsonminor
21/11/2018
15:49
Consider this If you have bought into this stock based upon the fact that it gets MOD work , then what happens re BREXIT As you all know the NHS is the political football that will be played with in order to win the next election Which party that promises to spend the most money on it will win the day so expect some very big numbers to get quoted Monies from other Depts will get cut ... MOD has and will continue to do so BIGTIME May has already promised another 20 Billion NHS spending recently to signal her intentions and try to keep tory MP's on side. If Labour do get in the MOD will be savaged by a Rottweiler If the Tory party get in the will be worried by a retriever ... but they still have teeth
buywell3
21/11/2018
14:43
. . I have given our CEO Phil Cartmell a little scrutiny, never bothering to pay much attention to comments that i had read years ago on the boards about his tenure at Vega. Drawing comparisons to what Cartmell did at Vega and translating them across to TPG , i leave it your own conclusion. Vega had been falling, for reasons i have not evaluated yet, before he took charge in May 2001 and sold the company at the end of 2007 to Finmeccanica of Italy. His previous strategy bears a resemblance to what is being applied now, and in the same arena. Vega had net assets of £19.8m at the deal and made pre-tax profits of £3.8m on £64.1m of revenue. Google:Finmeccanica agrees £61m Vega buy......for ft article. You could say 35p at the bottom to 290p at offer time. . .
bullster
21/11/2018
10:06
Others may have noticed this but the £2m Naval contract (25/6/2018) doesn't mention submarines: "This order is to build and supply an advanced gas management system, following announcement of a preliminary contract on 12 December 2017. The work, which will be carried out by the Group's Engineering & Technology business unit, will commence immediately and is expected to be completed in 2019" I noticed this in the house broker's Sept update: " This strategy is evidenced by the recent announcements by TP Group partnering with Micropore in the US and the Naval Group agreement covering a new service category of on-board surface ships." The Micropore/TPG technology has obvious applications in submarines but if it is to be installed in surface ships then oil rigs and sensitive control centres could also be a market. As far as the current share price is concerned I must say that the bare figures don't really support a much higher price but actual shareholders are here because we can see the real progress being made and obvious potential that the company has. The share price has risen at a compound 30% over the last three years and I expect this rate of growth to continue.
pavey ark
20/11/2018
12:35
No effect on the share price yet again.
timojelly
20/11/2018
08:48
TP has been very careful and picky over who it acquired and now we can see the positive results
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