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% 77.00 0.00 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
76.00 78.00 77.00 77.00 77.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 13.22 -0.17 0.65 118.5 22
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 77.00 GBX

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2022-06-30 11:03:3176.04952723.90O
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Vianet Daily Update: Vianet Group Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VNET. The last closing price for Vianet was 77p.
Vianet Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 76.50p and a 12 week average price of 76.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 117.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 73.50p.
There are currently 28,955,414 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 22,736 shares. The market capitalisation of Vianet Group Plc is £22,295,668.78.
zipstuck: I think this will bode well for the outlook this year and will be more important than the results next Tuesday
illiswilgig: niggle, 'The last time I looked at Vianet was 9 years ago. That’s 9 years of it not going anywhere!' Indeed. You are not the only one to note this. Which makes me wonder why you chose to buy shares at recent lows? Particularly given your questions over capitalised development and goodwill/intangibles? What opportunity do you see that overcame these issues for you? Or is it time to take a quick profit? I certainly hope you are right with regard to 2022, and I think there is good reason to think so. This morning's rns being a sign that the company is emerging from the pandemic more oompetitive, more efficient with better products and services than two years ago. Doesn't mean it will succeed, but I think the odds are in its favour now, cheers Illis PS - checking my records I notice that I did indeed take a small position in VNET 9 years ago. It doesn't say but probably for the value and dividend at the time. It wasn't until last year when searching for cheap turnarounds, growth opportunities I was surprised to find one overlooked in my own portfolio. I've been buying on dips since then.
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
jeffian: "Working with our suppliers, we have so far managed to mitigate the impact of the global semi-conductor supply shortages on customer installation programmes, however this has resulted in paying marginally higher stock premiums for components." The recent trading update does not suggest it's a problem having much impact. 90% of VNET's income is from "recurring revenues", i.e. monitoring and providing management information from existing installations. I don't know about "disappointing performance of late". They've been trading in a range since the market collapse last March and although they are upbeat about revenues recovering, we've made a substantial loss and are still not back at pre-Covid levels, currently trading around 10x 2019 profits. It's never been a high-PE share so that's probably why we are where we are until the market sees the colour of their money.
its the oxman: Yes very positive, hardly reflected in the share price. Got to move higher.
jeffian: Whitbread's principal business is hotels. Their remaining interest in pubs/branded restaurants is minimal. I'm not sure they are of much use to VNET other than as the most general indicator that people are beginning to spend again post-Covid, but you can see that from many other areas of the economy anyway.
jeffian: Not sure I understand the correlation between WTB and VNET?
jeffian: The whole market is down, particularly stocks which are highly rated or a bit 'jam tomorrow'. Not specific to VNET.
celeritas: Vnet is cheap but the market is irrational, it should bounce from this trend line.
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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