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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Victoria Plc LSE:VCP London Ordinary Share GB00BZC0LC10 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00 -0.3% 670.00 650.00 680.00 680.00 665.00 680.00 22,364 16:35:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 574.4 -3.7 -6.4 - 838

Victoria Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/1/2021
11:06
OK, thanks. I know that people are still buying carpets in the UK and as a potential customer I just wondered how they chose them. I'm surprised anyone would come and measure without being sure of a sale.
bouleversee
14/1/2021
10:17
As I believe fitting is still going ahead in Britain. Shops have longer waiting list for fitting than normal and estimator can visit to measure at same time as bring samples
william127
14/1/2021
09:49
If you read the update you will see that "...nearly 75% of the groups turnover is outside UK.." and much of it is in hard flooring - tiles etc. So whilst the UK carpets are important they represent no more than 25% of the sales. Thus the UK lockdown rules are not as critical as they might first seem to be. This is now a group with worldwide spread
longterm56
13/1/2021
21:05
How do you choose carpets and floor coverings if all the stores are closed?
bouleversee
13/1/2021
20:31
All spending on the home is going through the roof. No holidays. No hospitality spend. No travel spend. Spending on the home is all that is left and given you spend 24 hours a day in it, at the moment, why not? Looks like a major deal will be on the cards soon.
topvest
13/1/2021
17:24
Castleford Tiger - Not fussed either way. Have always gone for growth but last year showed that can suddenly disappear as can dividends but once paid dividends can be spent whereas disappeared gains often don't come back and one has nothing to show for one's investment. I am now of an age where income is important, and not only to pay grandchildren's school fees. One of my very long term holdings is still less than half what it was before the March fall.
bouleversee
13/1/2021
17:12
TELL YOU THEY JUST DONT GET IT. Carpets beds sofas etc are selling incredibly well. never mind. tiger
castleford tiger
13/1/2021
16:44
Featured in today's Investor's Champion update: Victoria: revenue growth in this environment beggars belief - has anyone really been buying carpets and flooring?!
energeticbacker
13/1/2021
07:59
post 1548 why do you want a dividend?
castleford tiger
13/1/2021
07:09
Nice update
nw99
11/1/2021
13:47
Doubt it , not for a good while anyway
rotrader
11/1/2021
13:35
Looking solid
nw99
11/1/2021
12:27
But will there ever be a dividend?
bouleversee
11/1/2021
12:11
Small Company Share Watch recommends VCP as one of its top 10 tips for 2021. Predicts EPS of 70-90p by year end
quest2011
04/1/2021
12:40
BBC news: Carpet shops are 'having 10 Christmases at once': https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-hereford-worcester-55278064
quest2011
23/12/2020
20:04
Have a fantastic Christmas from a former VCP employee ?
nickycraigflooring
23/12/2020
15:55
Merry Xmas and a happy and prosperous new year to all my ex colleagues at Victoria, even the ones I upset ;-)
rotrader
16/12/2020
09:16
I think it's admirable they are paying so much tax on their free shares. All they need to do now is get the share price moving so us shareholders can do our bit ;-)
rotrader
14/12/2020
10:19
Maybe they have been there longer but they are Non Execs and would not be part of the LTIP which is usually aimed at the Exec teams as it is in VCP
longterm56
09/12/2020
20:05
I think Andrew Harrison and Gavin Petken have been with the company longer?
william127
09/12/2020
17:51
If you look back to 2018 you can see that MS benefitted by getting nearly 400k of shares - in the long term incentive plan. This will cause him a big income tax bill. I think that the reason why no other directors have just sold is because none of the current team other than (maybe GW)were there at the time. This scheme will have been set up in 2015ish well before Hamers arrived. If you look at the current LTIP you will see that any shares will be awarded in 2024 and that up to half of them can be immediately sold to provide funds to pay the tax. This is quite normal and sensible. This will be income tax at their marginal rate which will be 47% unless tax rates change by then. If you work in a company and get shares at less than current market value the difference is taxed as income.
longterm56
09/12/2020
16:19
Another point I would like to make is why haven't other directors done the same. If I'm missing a trick here please let me know, it's what this board is all about.
rotrader
09/12/2020
16:14
I do not believe you are correct on that statement . Selling big amounts of shares in his position does not look good. If he has a big tax bill to pay he should have done what his gaffer did and borrow money off the shares. Then he could pay it back when the promised future good shareholder returns materialise.Obviously I'm not an expert, just my opinion.
rotrader
09/12/2020
13:49
If you get shares from share options you pay income tax on them when you get them - so I imagine that he is now facing an income tax bill on value of the shares that he got from the options. Selling half of them should cover his income tax bill. His remaining half would be subject to CGT on any gain from now on.
longterm56
08/12/2020
12:51
Not sure the tax arises until they are sold. Share based payments 356000 unless that's a base figure so 45% to pay on that about 1501/160k
castleford tiger
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