Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Vianet Grp LSE:VNET London Ordinary Share GB00B13YVN56 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.50p +0.43% 116.00p 202,500 09:48:22
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
114.00p 118.00p 116.00p 115.50p 115.50p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 14.56 2.05 6.55 17.7 32.8

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18/10/201814:56Vianet (VNET) formerly Brulines617

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Vianet Grp Daily Update: Vianet Grp is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VNET. The last closing price for Vianet Grp was 115.50p.
Vianet Grp has a 4 week average price of 102.50p and a 12 week average price of 100p.
The 1 year high share price is 143p while the 1 year low share price is currently 100p.
There are currently 28,267,414 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 25,664 shares. The market capitalisation of Vianet Grp is £32,790,200.24.
site manager: Alan, There was an acquisition on the 4th Oct - Vendman. The previous post refers to that, we had a nice leap in the share price then too.
jeffian: Hi Alan. One of the points I always make to managements who rush to cut the divi is that shareholders will put up with an awful lot if they have a bit of income to sustain them through the hard times. A divi cut will slaughter the share price so it's a lose/lose. If it's unaffordable, that's a different matter, but if they can afford it, they should pay one.
illiswilgig: Interims out today. Lots of adjustments to the figures to account for the sale of the fuel monitoring division and deferred tax which I find makes it hard to figure out whether the results are good or bad. But with the share price around 95p and reported H1 eps of 2.94p the price doesn't look too cheap right now? The company prefers to focus upon their pre-exceptional pre-deferred tax figure of 4.6p for eps which makes the share price seem more reasonable. Trouble is that the expected growth in profits and turnover is always just around the corner for this company. To be fair it is delivering good cashflow and is debt free with approx £2M net cash. If they can continue to keep the cash flowing then this might turn out to be one to tuck under the mattress rather than a growth tomorrow story? Technology is moving fast in this area and a major risk is that competition wipes them out instead, cheers
alan@bj: Just been looking back at the February 2013 Trading Update, which knocked the share price off its +120p peak. Interestingly, they then reported a reduction in operating profit from £3.9m to £3.2m, and have now reported a very similar operating profit of £3.18m. The big difference between then and now though is that then there were fears around pub closures and the government's pub operating companies' Code of Conduct - all perfectly valid - but now those issues are much clearer, as is VNET's strategy and confidence in the future. An annual dividend of 5.7p gives a return of 4.75% at a share price of 120p, and just over 4% at 140p.
speedsgh: VNET seems like it may have been consolidating since mid 2013, trading in a fairly wide sideways channel. Would be postive if the share price could move back up into the 90s, then set about breaking out of the long term downtrend channel which started back in 2007. However this will require substantial contract/other news imo. Some way to go before we can start talking seriously about long term trend reversal though. CEO appears to still believe as he continues to accumulate which can be construed as a positive. Aimho.
speedsgh: AIM's five biggest dividend payers for 2015 - HTTP:// Fluid monitoring and machine-to-machine systems supplier Vianet should be able to maintain its dividend and, if its profit recovers significantly, the dividend could start to increase again. The current total dividend is 5.7p a share and this set to be maintained for a third year, although the dividend cover will fall below two times. Uncertainty about the pubs market has hit sales of the core fluid monitoring products and the ending of this uncertainty should enable sales levels to recover. Prospective dividend yield 8.1% Market capitalisation £19.1 million Share price 70.5p % change year to date -8.4% The statutory code for pub companies is in legislation that could become law next spring, although there may be legal challenges from pub companies. That could prolong uncertainty and delay recovery. In the six months to September 2014, revenues improved from £9.01 million to £9.14 million, while underlying profit rose from £1.3 million to £1.52 million as fuel services returned to profit and the vending division improved its contribution. Both those divisions have the ability to make significantly bigger profit contributions. Group full-year profit is forecast to fall to £2.6 million this year and the shares are trading on just over seven times prospective earnings. Profit should start to recover from next year, but the dividend is likely to remain less than twice covered.
alan@bj: Yes, I thought the results were reasonable, and with a full year dividend of 5.7p on a share price of 80p they're yielding over 7%.
alan@bj: Well judging by the share price increase the market's reaction looks favourable so far.
xdavid: "If Punch Taverns cannot re- structure its £2.3 billion debt mountain, it will simply go bust" For something about to go bust, PUB's share price is holding up surprisingly well! (So market does not expect them to go bust). VNET is suffering more than PUB so I would say nothing to do with Punch. Just drifting IMO until some clarity introduced next month.
yupawiese2010: The share price is under severe pressure, no doubt due to the on-going problems at Punch Taverns, accompanied by Vince Cable dithering. If Punch Taverns cannot re- structure its £2.3 billion debt mountain, it will simply go bust. this will have a major impact on Vianet who are heavily reliant on their tied pubs. hTTp:// hTTp://
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