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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Univision Engineering Limited LSE:UVEL London Ordinary Share HK0000033065 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05 -4.17% 1.15 154,959 15:37:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.00 1.30 1.20 1.15 1.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 10.73 0.45 0.12 9.6 4
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:36:43 O 109,454 1.10 GBX

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20/1/2021
08:20
Univision Engineering Daily Update: Univision Engineering Limited is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker UVEL. The last closing price for Univision Engineering was 1.20p.
Univision Engineering Limited has a 4 week average price of 0.90p and a 12 week average price of 0.90p.
The 1 year high share price is 1.85p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.90p.
There are currently 383,577,323 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 50,000 shares. The market capitalisation of Univision Engineering Limited is £4,411,139.21.
01/1/2021
00:43
noirua: Hi jwoolley et al, I believe UVEL became aware of the tight profit margin due to the number of sub-contractors and brought in a mainland Chinese company to handle all the work the sub-contractors were doing. There hasn't been a direct working in the differences between the charges of the sub-contractors versus the mainland company, probably due to the unrest and the coronavirus adding to the situation there. The MMs are still a problem here as much as they were going back to 2011. The market spread is still very wide and the price moves on quickly in either direction on little trading. So selling could see a 20% loss with no movement in the bid/offer price. - completely unacceptable. Easy to be locked in. The present real spread is 1.1p - 1.35p - I checked this. Those holding a lot of shares are aware they are locked in bigtime. However, they also know that buying 10 million shares by an investor would be difficult to achieve without rocketing the share price. Try to buy 50 million and your last trade would probably be 3p+. Those still holding from 0.6p are on a yield of about 10% in what looks like a good sector to bein. The highest price paid was 5.9p for 626,906 shares on 12 May 2017. I agree the LSH problem has spread a lot of doubt and a reason to avoid buying many shares. Your comments all look fair and it is up to Leader Smart to update their website. It is over 4 years since they have done so - from memory, it looks like a broken promise to keep us updated. All a shame really.
30/12/2020
14:49
zangdook: If you're concerned about Leader Smart, which has been a separate company for over five years, presumably you've emailed one of the addresses on its website, or the address given in the RNS which announced the completion of the share distribution in 2015? For myself, I consider my holding there to be effectively a free bonus, as there was nothing for it in the price when I bought my shares, and I always knew it was something to put in the bottom drawer, that might take a long time to come good, if ever.
30/12/2020
14:04
jwoolley: If I remember rightly, I thought the profit margin was extremely tight on the major contract win, and no doubt, the same could be said about this win and extension. I'm happy to be advised different from Noirua if he is aware of this. I still remain on the sidelines since my sell some time back when we had that crazy increase in the share price, and what is keeping me on the sidelines, is the lack of information on Leader Smart. I'm sure Mr Koo wouldn't be thinking that the longer he leaves talking about the issue, that people might forget???
29/12/2020
12:01
noirua: The general performance looks mixed for Univision though like others I detect an improving underlying situation: That is a lot different to the major tanking situation of the share price since I believe, hitting 5p intraday a while back in 2017. The big plus factor is the low market cap. Having a mainland contractor onboard does give a steadying look to the situation if taken overall. Setting up a new company, a subsidiary as described in UK terms, to finally fulfill expectations on contracts abroad is satisfying. Not sure if mainland China counts as abroad to Hong Kong: Maybe just a bridging fulfillment to come.
22/12/2020
15:31
zangdook: So the MMs knock the price down, even though no-one seems to be selling any shares. If I had cash on hand (and if I didn't already have more UVEL than I ought to) I'd be hoovering them up. It's a pity, though, that may knock the steam out of any good news in the interims. I almost wonder if DDCHKL just want to grab some cheap shares.
22/12/2020
15:19
belfry17: That came out of the blue. It seems to be nothing to worry about based on the RNS but these things never reflect well on the price.
21/12/2020
16:35
noirua: The present situation is similar to what it was in 2011 regarding the share price. Investors about then who came in in 2006 saw a share price over 5p reduce to as low as 0.25p. Few stayed on for the rise in 2017. Events have made it difficult and two where the Chairman was due to reduce his holding and mainland Chinese companies were to come on board failed to workout. Some confidence has lapsed both in Univision and the company's Chairman. The LSH events and Arbitration proceedings have raised doubt all around. Hopefully, the next results will turn the corner.
07/9/2020
13:06
noirua: My own price for UVEL remains at about 0.85p with current uncertainties. Simply Wallstreet's valuation is just 0.57p. It would be a more exciting situation with Leader Smart Holdings back in the fold - allowing for the complete lack of information since 2016 which raises more than just doubts and impacts Univision Engineering with its obvious ties. My own price for UVEL incorporating LSH is 2.5p - or a market cap of £15 million with more shares in issue. That providing Univision ups the publicity and explanations in value of all the assets. More than a bit flat at the moment. One share in Univision could be offered for every 5 shares in Leader Smart Holdings Limited. As the assets of LSH are in mainland China and mainland Chinese companies have been brought in for the MTR contract: Then it does not seem unreasonable to have a joining of Hong Kong assets with those of mainland China. All the above providing there isn't anything being withheld from us. GREAT EXPECTATIONS. Updated 8 September 22.17 BST
28/7/2020
10:31
noirua: meathed et al, I'm looking for a point of re-entry into Univision. I think most and those exchanging ADVFN messaging are doing the same. The present situation in Hong Kong is unfortunate but most other countries worldwide are in far worse conditions: Particularly those referred to as third world economies. The UK's position is as bad as in 1705 when England was at war with France. Going back to LSH and why it is important to the share price of UVEL. There are increasing doubts now about the position of America and its allies versus China. Hong Kong is now viewed as part of mainland China. The assets of LSH are solely in mainland China. If, and I say if, there are any problems with LSH., that could be seen as a future problematic for UVEL as it ties in with its major contracts and Chinese companies positioned on the mainland. There is a buyback clause, pointed out by others in the past, that could involve the company being taken private. As Hong Kong is seen as part of mainland China now, there is a track record of buybacks that are seen as quite negative in the past. In saying the above, hopefully, LSH will become a more open company and not one hidden from view and the suspicions that may go with this. I don't know myself, but remain hopeful that Chairman Stephen Koo will bring his excellent track record in the past to lead a better future for both Univision and Leader Smart. My good wishes to all.
25/7/2020
14:19
noirua: My original call was for UVEL shares to fall in the range 0.9p - 1.2p when they were 2.0p a share. If the matter concerning Leader Smart Holdings is fully resolved, confidence will rise and trust in the management. At that point a share price between 1.4p - 1.8p is likely. If the directors can't be bothered or something is wrong, then the UVEL share price I see in the range 0.7p - 1p.
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