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UCG United Carpets Group Plc

0.00 (0.0%)
01 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
United Carpets Group Plc UCG London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 5.05 00:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
5.05 5.05
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United Carpets UCG Dividends History

No dividends issued between 02 Dec 2013 and 02 Dec 2023

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Posted at 26/10/2020 14:29 by mark1000
Babbler 6 months upto 31/03/20 445K loss if you add IFRS 16 745K loss a small amount of the loss down to lock down as it only hit end of March. Sales were down I think 2.6% and Covid was to blame for 1.6% the real issue was margin/ cost pressures. In a strange way Covid has ridden to the rescue of UCG by hiding the true position giving the Directors a big cash pile to slowly work through with their overly generous pay packages.
Posted at 25/9/2020 15:25 by mark1000
Barely profitable before Covid now a Zombie organisation with a 2M Government loan they will never repay. I have not read any where that the Directors have cut their overly generous sallaries they have always been the main beneficiaries of UCG and continue to be so while it lasts.
Posted at 30/7/2020 07:33 by gelp
Franchise model has distinct advantages & unemployment brings more hungry franchisees. I could not resist coming on board this morning at 2.77p. Loads of new houses with young first time government assisted buyers need coverings. Report is Comprehensive. 24 million t/o business with2 million m/c. Dividend held for now. But prospects. I love Franchises!
Posted at 21/12/2019 12:02 by loganair
Interim dividend maintained at 0.135p per share (2018: 0.135p) payable 17 January 2020 to all shareholders on the register at the close of business on 3 January 2020. The ex-dividend date will be on 2 January 2020.
Posted at 04/11/2019 20:34 by rossco
I am attracted by the yield of 7.5% at the buy price of 5.5p.

UCG has a good cash balance and the operating cash flow was a positive 501k.
However reading the accounts raised two concerns -

Operating profit was basically halved by a charge for “impairment of receivable” of 579k

Other payables increased from 344k to 1279k at March 2019.

Can anyone provide any explanation?
Posted at 21/5/2019 10:50 by saltaire111
Advfn hasn’t caught up on the change of epic. Unicredit shares, biggest bank in Italy, look like they are getting to a base value at €10 a share. I’ve done well buying UCG at €10 a share before and I think it will deliver again.


Posted at 20/12/2018 17:43 by spob
current market cap 4.5m

less 2m cash = 2.5m EV

say they only do 0.5m profit for the full year

puts them on a true pe ratio of 5

and if the divi is maintained at .42p for the full year

that's a yield of 7.6% at 5.5p
Posted at 25/7/2018 14:38 by mark1000
UCG - Tend to understate - if you F/Cast lower figures for H1 comparatives it allows you to surprise on the upside rather then the downside. I for one was surprised turnover was only down 1.6% in view of the heat and footie suspect things will pick up in September with demand pent up rather than lost for ever.
Posted at 24/2/2018 11:41 by loganair
MRF - Because UCG hasn't gone any where for years.

When I first invested in UCG they had 68 stores and announce that with in three years they'll have 100, sadly however they have less stores now then they did 10 years ago, having 58 stores today.

Because of what UCG were saying at this time analysts were giving a price target of 30p.

I have kept UCG and increased my holding simply due to the dividend income they provide.

As well as the dividend they pay, importantly UCG is virtually debt free.

I have done very well out of UCG, the day they came out of bankruptcy I doubled my holding and in the time I've held my UCG shares dividend received are over double what I've paid for my shares.

The shares I bought the day UCG came out of bankruptcy I am getting around a 30% dividend yield on.
Posted at 18/1/2018 19:07 by walbrock82
To those who want a more stable company to invest in than UCG, then look no further than Headlam Group, which is a distributor of floorcovering and most of their business derives from the UK. Like UCG, it pays a high dividend yield of 5%.
The best thing about Headlam is less competition for distributing floorcovering.
For further details on Headlam, click

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