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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
United Carpets Group Plc LSE:UCG London Ordinary Share GB00B05J4D26 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 5.05 0.10 10.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 24.0 0.6 0.5 9.9 4

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22/7/2016
09:19
several out there like this so not surprising too smaller company to be on most peoples radar directors payments hold back pretax probably they don't work on assumption that their shares would be worth more than their extra pay when their shares they own go up yield around 3.5%
ntv
22/7/2016
08:18
freehold property and land next to it for selling should at the very least IMO create some value for the business....@ £8m market cap and no debt and the earnings it is producing, less freehold value, it just looks an odd valuation IMO....let's see....20p would be more like it but then I am an owner and biased! but under 5 X PBT with asset backing and no debt looks odd IMO
qs99
22/7/2016
08:08
carpetright is a competitor but is poorly run with a lot of debt
ntv
22/7/2016
08:06
purchase of freehold should save some rental outgoings but shame they didn't state how much it will save. also in the purchase was an investment property. it will be interesting to see what this can be used for at the agm
ntv
22/7/2016
07:27
nice RNS IMO, good growth, decent outlook, divi OK, like the freehold purchase, bolsters asset backing IMO...debt free....what's not to like?
qs99
22/7/2016
07:20
Http://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/UCG/12902278.html
spob
20/7/2016
14:06
results due by end of july
rolo7
20/7/2016
14:00
must be update due soon? DYOR etc
qs99
20/7/2016
12:15
keeping its little nudges up
qs99
15/7/2016
15:26
enjoying the ride....very quiet board, so hopefully a few people may take notice!
qs99
15/7/2016
13:48
Surprised its not already rebounded
my retirement fund
15/7/2016
13:47
Certainly is: Eps H115= 0.61p eps H214=0.93p = FY15eps worse case = 1.54p? best case 0.61p + (0.93p*1.45)= 1.95p best case (1.45 is the 45% increase in eps from H114 to H115 repeated for h215).
rolo7
15/7/2016
13:32
moving in the right direction
qs99
09/7/2016
09:10
rubbish corporate website IMO! anyway, hope their results are better presented than their investor relations section haha
qs99
08/7/2016
23:38
Did you see those two whopping trades printed yesterday? Wonder what that was about.
my retirement fund
08/7/2016
19:51
Agreed they will be rather good
my retirement fund
08/7/2016
15:17
results are due out in July aren't they? DYOR but maybe worth tucking a few away at sub 10p ahead....?
qs99
06/7/2016
08:52
TPL impressive like for like sales to july +6%
rolo7
02/7/2016
01:29
Surprised if they do not go private - it must cost more than its worth being quoted on aim shares are very hard to trade at times free float is probably around 20% say 16 million shares. Surprised directors and large shareholders do not buy out the minority. Some valid criticism directors are over paid taking into account the size and profitability of the operation. Be interested to know if the small store concept is working CPR also trialing they report some success. They need to look at store locations in Doncaster they look like also runs against Wilson carpets.Put Doncaster and carpets up on Google you cannot see them on page 1 gave up still could not find them by page 5 if Doncaster is anything to go by a big improvement needed both on store location and on search engines.
mark1000
28/6/2016
18:55
Cpr results out today. Their like for like were down in May and up in june, so -1% ish like for life so far since April. There wording read like theres alot of competition out there hope UCG are giving them a run for the money, CPR closed quite a few Uk stores hope they are up north.
rolo7
07/6/2016
18:01
Retailer United Carpets and Beds has introduced more efficient waste practices at eight of its UK stores after a deal with Elland-based Orchard Facilities Management. The Rotherham-based franchised flooring and bed retailer said introducing the new management processes at eight of its franchises would enable it to streamline operations, simplify administration and reduce costs. United Carpets is the second-largest carpet and floor covering retailer in the UK with 60-plus stores. James Holdsworth, of Orchard, said: “Restructuring of waste services is already under way at the Lincoln site and will be introduced at further stores across the Midlands and North of England in the coming weeks and months. “
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