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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Valeura Energy Inc LSE:VLU London Ordinary Share CA9191444020 COM SHS NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 29.00 28.00 30.00 29.00 29.00 29.00 351 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 7.9 -3.3 -4.5 - 25

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/8/2019
12:32
a very big bid offer spread any ideas where this might be heading?
red5
26/4/2002
10:54
looking closely at ukc
glennborthwick
25/4/2002
21:21
UKC Quite like Rank, has been unloved for years, but interesting play with the reform of Casinos etc.
neg
25/4/2002
19:50
one to consider then - whats its ticker other short lists were united utilities and rank - not so great dividend but some upside
glennborthwick
25/4/2002
19:06
Have you considered Uk coal, pays dividend of over 10%, and has property assets (ie industrial parks and development land) of 80p per share. Does not make any profits but that is due to the huge depreciation charge, the key with this one is cashflow and it generates buckets of it, look how it has paid off all its loans since flotation. Dividend is likely to be increased and there is the possibility of returns of capital.
neg
25/4/2002
18:52
couple of typos - sorry barlo (no w) - just ruled this out having read interims northamber is the proper spelling volex (still concerned re lack of capital spending) - probably off list stirling group looks like favourite - clothing manufacturers firth rixson in aerospace which might have been over hit by sept 11th not sure on renold gradually narrowing it down - looking to buy 3 at this stage. another 3 in three months time then gradually build to ten as my value portfolio
glennborthwick
25/4/2002
18:41
Barlow- never heard of them, not showing up on CD refs. Dowding and mills, trades just below net asset value, pays a good divi but I would be concerned that borrowings have risen each year and the directors own only .5% of the company. Volex, one on my watch list, dividend only 4.3%, and gearing high at 84%, but when the electronic sector turns this could indeed move a long way. I would like to get in around £2! Firth Rixson, directors own only .23%, dividend around 4.3%, very low turnover to price and could move significantly once operating gearing gets underway. One for me to look at in more detail i think! Renold I own this one and am just about making a profit having bought it last Autumn I like the yield and it looks to have turned. northern plat r?? don't know this one. Fletcher King very small market cap just over 2m, you may have difficulty with liquidity issues in buying/selling this stock. Stirling Group, I hold this one as well, and bought more last week at 25.5p. Nice dividend yield and looks cheap. Hope this helps.
neg
25/4/2002
18:16
so here is my shortlist of value plays all paying a hefty yield on first impressions; Barlo Dowding and m volex firth rixson renold northern plat r. fletcher king stirling group if you hold these, can you share any crucial thoughts please.
glennborthwick
17/4/2002
14:28
thanks building up some choices
glennborthwick
17/4/2002
14:14
SNCL and STRG. I have also got 600 group see a lot of potential with this one, especially with industrial production picking up, and it pays 9.6% dividend.
neg
17/4/2002
14:11
what are the tickers?
glennborthwick
17/4/2002
14:02
Couple of suggestions: William Sinclair and Stirling Group, both pay high dividends 7.5% and 9.6% respectively, are on low price to sales value, low PERs and have low gearing.
neg
17/4/2002
13:23
Not quite what im looking forward. criteria yield greater than 5% with recovery situation in mind.
glennborthwick
17/4/2002
10:45
Forger the divi, but if you're after gains look at ML Labs....Once a high flying pharma, now bombed out and disposals imminent that are likely to make a mockery of the market cap. Also has some potentially HUGE products already marketed with licensees such as Celltech, Shire, Baxter...Just recieved £16m government funding for trials an AIDS prevention gel. The chairman's mate has been buying shares heavily, as have some other smart cookies (myself included..lol) Management have alingned themsleves fat options at current levels...a good indication of a bottom IMO. Market cap of £65m could be covered by cash on disposals of non-core assets. Innovata Biomed tipped to raise £50m....DNA manufacturing unit (one of a very small number of GMP approved in Europe) thought to raise £20m in a trade sale. The results of the strategic review in January flagged up these two disposals as "in the very near future". AGM is on the 29th and there is rumour that the divestments will be announced prior to this. Not without risk, but downside limited IMO, simply because the remaining businesses are EASILY worth this much regardless of the disposals. DYOR
indalo
17/4/2002
10:35
i like plr but no divi
glennborthwick
17/4/2002
10:27
HNL, VLX, EXD, old style industrials, clobbered mercilessly, all enjoying a sustained recovery, presumably backed by income fund buying. I only hold EXD, have held HNL and VLX in the past. DEB - same field as NEW, may be good for 20%. PLR - oil stock, PE of around 5, NAV rounghly equal to market cap, spectacular growth, no real market enthusiasm (yet). Just a few thoughts.
monty burns
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