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VNET Vianet Group Plc

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05 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Vianet Group Plc LSE:VNET London Ordinary Share GB00B13YVN56 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 79.00 66,359 14:02:34
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
78.00 80.00 80.00 79.00 79.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Information Retrieval Svcs 14.12M 161k 0.0055 143.64 23.31M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:32:35 O 1,372 79.88 GBX

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Date Time Title Posts
23/11/202312:33Vianet (VNET) formerly Brulines976

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Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2023-12-05 14:32:3779.881,3721,095.95O
2023-12-05 14:01:3679.902,5031,999.90O
2023-12-05 11:00:3079.0025,00019,750.00O
2023-12-05 09:11:1580.0037,48429,987.20O

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Posted at 05/12/2023 08:20 by Vianet Daily Update
Vianet Group Plc is listed in the Information Retrieval Svcs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VNET. The last closing price for Vianet was 79p.
Vianet currently has 29,508,914 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Vianet is £23,312,042.
Vianet has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 143.64.
This morning VNET shares opened at 79p
Posted at 23/11/2023 12:32 by illiswilgig
Jeffian - nice summary of TU. I agree. Pleased to see an 800 unit roll-out with a forecourt operator via sure-site already. Rolling out 8000 connections would be what we need to see? But its a relatively rapid sart at least.

Agreed with regard to relatively recent NED splashing out twice. Accordingly I helped myself to a few more before the price spiked up.

Posted at 22/3/2023 15:31 by jeffian
"the really good news is that this diversifies VNET away from pubs and shows that there is growth potential."

To be fair, they have been diversifying from pubs since about 2011! Even in a struggling and declining pub sector, the core 'Brulines' business will remain a significant and relatively stable revenue base because pubs will not disappear altogether and the monitoring equipment has proved to be such an important management tool that it will always be required. Hopefully, the vending businesses will provide the growth on top of this.
Posted at 15/3/2023 19:18 by jeffian
I think, despite various government (UK, US, Swiss etc) assurances, the fear of contagion is in the air. They said Lehman was a little local difficulty....until it wasn't. Frankly, I can't understand how the Italian banking system doesn't come crashing down but of course the ECB has to go on doing extraordinary things to prevent that because a major collapse would probably be the end of their beloved Euro.

The market is nervy and it is looking for any potential scare to dip further. There's nothing wrong with VNET but all ships go down on a falling tide so you might need to be brave for a while yet.

IMO, as they say.
Posted at 15/3/2023 15:35 by jeffian
to be fair, given the mayhem of the past few days caused by the SVB banking collapse and the possible risk of contagion, a share price standing still is a pretty positive result!
Posted at 18/11/2022 12:08 by jeffian
I find these investor presentations very good.
Posted at 01/9/2022 12:49 by illiswilgig
I don't disagree. Right now anything to derail the recovery is a seriously bad thing. It's certain;y the general perception that Smartzones produces much higher profits than smartmachines.

I've taken a look at the segmental profits from the recent FY results to March22.

Smartzones FY22 1.75m
Smartmachines FY22 1.588m

*taken from note3 of the results - and excluded corporate/technology amortisation

Whereas at the H1 results it was not as close

Smartzones H1 22 0.952m
Smartmachines H1 22 0.573m

which means, if I've got my adding up right - always debatable - that profitability reversed in H2:

Smartzones H2 22 0.798m
Smartmachines H2 22 1.015m

That's better than I expected. And the rate of increase in profit at smartmachines is remarkable. I agree that its nowhere near enough to take up the slack, but it's not the case that smartzones has produced much more of the profit in the last year.

It will be very interesting to see what progress smartmachines has made in the upcoming H1 results. If they can continue this trend - it's been a long time coming - and I am always wary that if there is another banana skin to slip on - they will find it!

There is certainly a high risk that a lot of pubs will shut in the coming months. But which ones?

As a rough finger in the air Vianet has connections to around 20% of the 47,000 UK pubs - and not all of Vianets connectionsa are to pubs, some are bars/hospitality venues. I perceive that the independent/gastropub/small chains are most vulnerable at the moment? Smartzones is mainly contracted with pubcos and brewery large estates. Some of these will be tenanted - I have no idea how many or how likely they will be to close. If there is a wholesale closure of pubs in the coming months I think there is a good chance it will be mainly outside of smartzones connections.

But what do I know? Not a lot. Any pubs shutting right now is bad news - but the reaction of the share price is overdone in my view. Ironically European gas prices have fallen 30% in the last week (source - trading economics) I'll be waiting until the share price stabilises but if it falls much further I shall be tempted to add a few more.

Posted at 01/9/2022 10:46 by celeritas
Smart zones which brings in the lions share are really going to suffer with pub closures.. Smart machines just isn't ready to take up the slack yet..
Posted at 30/8/2022 10:21 by dlp6666
Any idea what's driving the price collapse?
Posted at 08/12/2021 09:24 by illiswilgig
If they were thinking of raising more funds through equity I'd have expected them to do it whilst the share price was riding high earlier in the year.

Operating cashflow was positive at £1m in H1 and £1.4m after working capital movements despite much of their customer base being locked down for part of Q1 and restrictions being in place for all of Q1.

After investing 1.2m in R&D and equipment purchases - the net cash outflow was 0.46m - but thats after repaying 0.66m of debt.

Unless there is another mandatory lockdown affecting their customer base it looks to me as if they have turned the corner successfully. Cashflow is now rising through H2 as full price recurring revenue is received, new contracts signed and new connections made. They should be able to afford to invest in working capital, R&D, sales and marketing and pay down the debt.

As always with VNET the exciting growth opportunity is always a little bit slower to realise than I anticipate - but the jam tomorrow is looking even more delicious today - and certainly closer than it was.

I agree with you about the dividend. I'd much rather they pay down debt, fully invest in growth and build up a cash pile - but that will depend upon the largest shareholder, the chairman with 30%. I'd be happy with a token dividend.

cheers all
Posted at 29/7/2021 07:23 by celeritas
Its from the 21st. I gather business is picking up with the vnet share price lagging. Only a matter of time.
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