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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Ukrproduct Group Limited UKR London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 5.25 01:00:00
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aleman: I figured a big part of the reason this was so cheap was corporate governance fears, so this interesting: On May 29, 2013 Concorde Capital investment company announced the results of the study 'Corporate Governance in Ukraine - 2013' and updated ratings of corporate governance practices in the Ukrainian listed companies. The aim of the study was to provide investors with the tools to better understand the corporate governance practices in the Ukrainian companies in order to make sound investment decisions. The project covered 111 companies operating in Ukraine who, issued either shares, or bonds traded on the Ukrainian and international stock exchanges. According to the study, Ukrproduct Group Ltd was listed among the five companies that received the highest score - 10.0 out of 10.0. The evaluation took place based on ten criteria: audited IFRS financial statements, the quality of reporting, corporate information, ownership structure, the presence of institutional investors, strategic risks, the representation of minority interests in the controlling bodies, management availability, the level of publicity and the quality of the website. The full version of the report is available on the Company web-site
darcon: Interesting how they waited for it to go ex-dividend before announcing that trading statement. Glad I hadn't bought in. Would share buy-backs be the best use of their cash? Surely, there must be some fantastic acquisition / investment opportunities in Ukraine and the region at the moment for those with some cash and who are familiar with the local environment - many foreign investors will be sitting on the sidelines at the moment. If they make the right moves to consolidate the sector then the market will eventually take notice and the share price will take care of itself.
domwilliams: Agree, Darcon. Investors seem reluctant to put money into Ukraine (or any parts of Eastern Europe) whilst each country is at risk of defaulting on its sovereign debt. This, coupled with the ludicrous spread (7-11p) which could see you down by 36% immediately if you can't trade within the spread, means UKR will be unloved until liquidity returns to the stock. I don't follow UKR as closely as I once did but if they can at least match the dissappointing first half performance, then EPS of 4.5-5p would show just how cheap the stock has become.
one for the money: Just bought into this. IMHO there is a lot of potential here though some risk. I thought it was time to get in because the local politics are now more stable and I am more at ease with Fidelity a major investor. Cheers John
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