Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Up Global Sourcing Holdings Plc LSE:UPGS London Ordinary Share GB00BYX7MG58 ORDS 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  9.50 5.99% 168.00 246,000 16:35:03
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
168.00 172.50 170.00 158.00 158.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 115.68 8.36 8.40 20.0 150
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:19:46 O 244 168.00 GBX

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Up Global Sourcing Daily Update: Up Global Sourcing Holdings Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker UPGS. The last closing price for Up Global Sourcing was 158.50p.
Up Global Sourcing Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 155p and a 12 week average price of 155p.
The 1 year high share price is 238p while the 1 year low share price is currently 87p.
There are currently 89,312,457 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 122,857 shares. The market capitalisation of Up Global Sourcing Holdings Plc is £150,044,927.76.
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.
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".
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.
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.
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
topvest: Excellent deal by the looks of things and already a major part of the UPGS product rang, so highly complimentary. The only brand not owned now is Russell Hobbs I believe, so will no longer be tarnished with the "distributor" label. Sensible to half fund by equity at the current share price. Superb news!
kingfisher99: Watched the video. A number of companies were covered. The comments about upgs were good, although I do feel he could have mentioned the significant increase in internet sales.The share price has dropped back a little over the last few days. Still plenty of buying, but this is being offset by those taking profit. The sawtooth characteristics for the price also suggest this. When the profit taking subsides, we should see some further gains. I still feel there are plenty more gains to come.
kingfisher99: Topvest. I agree with your sentiments. A lot of major investors bailed out when UPGS had the problems shortly after the share launch and have not come back in. I was surprised there was not more interest when they started to recover form their low share price earlier this year, particularly as they have demonstrated a robust business in spite of all the difficulties they faced. I think there are still plenty selling to bag a profit. Short sighted in my view as this company has plenty of growth in the share price ahead, particularly when more of the large investors start to return. I feel it is an excellent prospect for anyone to come in, even at the current price. In the longer term (as you say 3 - 5 years) this is still the initial part of the climb out. Petra is an excellent move to expand the German ( and European) part of the business faster.
quepassa: AO WORLD going ballistic. AO has almost quadrupled to 375p from where it started in January at 95p (pre-pandemic) this year. UPGS, selling smaller kitchenware and household items, will undoubtedly be experiencing the same pandemic-led consumer demand to upgrade household appliances, wares and materials. No reason why the UPGS share price shouldn't follow suit and rapidly double or more in my view. A great consumer demand for their products is undoubtedly there. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa: Hitherto much unloved AO World has gone from 50p this year to near 200p on the back of the home shopping boom and has created 650 jobs. hXXps://northernfinancialreview.com/2020/08/21/ao-world-creates-650-jobs-amid-online-shopping-boom/ Some UK cross-sector corroboration about the immense new demand for household appliances. UPGS have today come out with some striking news and figures:- 1. Reinstate withheld interim Dividend 2. Reconfirm Dividend Policy 3. Extremely buoyant outlook. 4. SIGNIFICANT reduction in debt 5. Confirm OUT-PERFORMANCE in web-sales. If their business model is morphing into a significantly greater ratio of direct-to-customer internet shopping / web-based shopping, this is potentially game-changing corporate news. It looks to me like the UPGS share price is not yet up with events and may have significantly further to run. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
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