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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Up Global Sourcing Holdings Plc UPGS London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
2.75 1.62% 172.00 15:05:12
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
171.00 171.00 172.00 169.25
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Industry Sector
SUPPORT SERVICES

Up Global Sourcing UPGS Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
30/04/2021InterimGBX1.6931/07/202031/01/202117/06/202118/06/202130/07/20210
03/11/2020FinalGBX2.831/07/201931/07/202003/01/202104/01/202129/01/20213.96
07/09/2020InterimGBX1.1631/07/201931/07/202017/09/202018/09/202009/10/20200
05/11/2019FinalGBX2.92531/07/201831/07/201902/01/202003/01/202030/01/20204.085
29/04/2019InterimGBX1.1631/07/201831/01/201904/07/201905/07/201926/07/20190
06/11/2018FinalGBX1.8931/07/201731/07/201803/01/201904/01/201930/01/20192.72
30/04/2018InterimGBX0.8331/07/201731/01/201805/07/201806/07/201827/07/20180
07/11/2017FinalGBX3.49531/07/201631/07/201704/01/201805/01/201830/01/20185.12
28/04/2017InterimGBX1.6231/07/201631/01/201706/07/201707/07/201728/07/20170

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
18/10/2021
07:35
johnrxx99: It's somewhat similar to natural resources. The tsunami out of covid has a few road blocks but supply will adjust over time. The art of management is balancing your costs with sale price adjustment and absorbing what you can't price in now over the short term and bring it into the medium/long term. IMO the management at UPGS is experienced in that, which is why I invest in the company. Personally, I love panic as it gives opportunities, both up and down.
14/10/2021
16:27
deanowls: Norcros raised guidance again this morning. Companies ordering extra stock as well which exasperates they situation, but I would think this plays into the relationships and size and quality of companies which UPGS I believe has. Over the long term I expect this to be beneficial to growing well ran companies.
13/10/2021
13:39
mcbabs: It's evident that everyone across the board is having issues with supply chains. Not just the shipping but even HGV drivers and warehouses etc. I'm bullish on UPGS but feel if they have a profit warning on the back of supply chain problems we could see further drop in share price. That's when I'm looking at getting back in. An article I read the other day said it well "a chain is only as strong as it's weakest link".
13/10/2021
12:32
mcbabs: I want to have an update on how bad supply chain issues are for UPGS on their final results before investing again. Can't say it's not tempting at these levels though.
28/9/2021
19:49
thorpematt: Explaining the above chart: Essentially UPGS has bounced consistently off the 55 day MA and in doing so has created a nice uptrend. It also has repeatedly found consolidation at the round number (100p,150p and 200p) Havng recently fallen through 200p and 55 day MA the chart gets very negative. I suspect the support levels are at 150p but also a fib retracement at 156p. However, all that said this is a quality outfit with fantastic business metrics and IMO the best policy is just to hold the stock until such time as that changes (if that ever happens).
28/9/2021
19:25
thorpematt: K99, The drivers are as you detail them. Recent trading statements from TND and CCT have disucssed the problems and how of course they manifest in top-line, operating margins and bottom line. As you say they are the same for everyone from the perspective of competiotion and pricing so one should be pragmatic I think. UPGS has an awful lot of resilience in its business and operations so whilst it MAY suffer temporarily it will undoubtedly bounce back once thing ease. There is also a technical reason for the re-trace but a chart would be better on that score I think....
28/9/2021
16:49
kingfisher99: I am surprised about the gradual falling of the share price I have not been able to find any reason, but suspect it may be a combination of factors....containers being hard to source and price hike, fuel prices increasing globally, transport difficulties across Europe. Having said that, I am reassured if other smaller copanies are being affected, but why not others. Seems to me all the pressures I noted are applicable to all companies - some greater, some less depending on their product sourcing and location of their customers. I am still unsure I understand what the drivers are and why UPGS are being affected. I have no doubt the business is good, with good prospects to grow, but not understanding the current drivers is in itself troubling me.
25/6/2021
10:21
edmonda: #UPGS announcement that it is acquiring Salter, the UK’s oldest housewares brand and notable for its scales, is a major positive step. The acquisition not only creates enlarged, outright ownership of a key brand and expands UPGS’s kitchen and bathroom offering, but also establishes a foothold in health & lifestyle. Moreover, the deal appears attractively priced for UPGS shareholders. Salter’s impact on UPGS’s shares should be positive for two main reasons. First, the deal itself will result in an increase in FY2022 EPS. Second, it reconfirms the ability of the group’s management to acquire attractive brands at valuations that make sense for its shareholders. Assuming completion, based on a 1.9x target EV/sales ratio and a 20.0x P/E in FY2022 we revise our fair value / share upwards from 200p to 275p. https://www.equitydevelopment.co.uk/research/upgs-acquires-uks-oldest-housewares-brand
25/6/2021
08:52
topvest: See my post. £1.3m royalty income booked in the FKA Brands accounts in 2020 and you have to presume a fair amount of this is UPGS although they also do something with Heston Blumenthal. If you look at the Salter web-site it looks and feels like a great brand that has not been taken to the next level internationally. That's certainly born out by Salter having less sales than UPGS of their own brand!! Let's summarise. Rough numbers - Salter is expected to add c40% to UPGS profits. Share dilution is 8% and £10m of debt taken on with the remainder from existing resources. It does seem a very good (and importantly low risk) acquisition. Really exciting deal.
24/6/2021
20:09
quepassa: Minimal discount of 2.3%. But what is fantastic is to see the accelerating growth and expansion of UPGS with further excellent acquisitions of cherished heritage brands. Earlier this year, Petra in Germany was acquired and now Salter is being brought under the outright ownership and full control of UPGS, rather than being a licensee of the brand name. And who hasn't heard of Salter scales. This is very good news for shareholders as UPGS further scales up its strategy of acquiring and exploiting the great hidden value and potential in heritage consumer brands. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
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