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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.00 0.71% 285.00 148,867 16:35:24
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
270.00 285.00 284.50 277.50 277.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 574.40 -3.70 -6.44 356
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:17:55 O 1,723 277.22 GBX

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29/7/202018:14Victoria PLC new board1,449
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13/12/201601:17*** Victoria ***189
01/4/201510:37Victoria with Charts & News622
15/7/201419:37Victoria to Ј7.50 in twelve months233

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2020-08-06 16:17:57277.221,7234,776.50O
2020-08-06 16:17:56277.2211,47431,808.22O
2020-08-06 15:59:04277.2213,22936,673.43O
2020-08-06 15:58:39277.224,59512,738.26O
2020-08-06 15:35:24285.0050142.50UT
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Victoria Daily Update: Victoria Plc is listed in the Household Goods & Home Construction sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VCP. The last closing price for Victoria was 283p.
Victoria Plc has a 4 week average price of 235p and a 12 week average price of 192.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 534p while the 1 year low share price is currently 140p.
There are currently 125,002,528 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 146,342 shares. The market capitalisation of Victoria Plc is £356,257,204.80.
rotrader: I think VCP need to go into a bit more detail on this latest acquisition because is hasn't had the desired affect on the share price. The opposite in fact.
bouleversee: Well, I'm a widow (and possibly a moron)and have held for many years before Wilding came along. I'm not sure I entirely trust him after the way he enriched himself at the outset but you have to hand it to him that he got the company back on track and things seem to be going OK at the moment and I am prepared to give him the benefit of the doubt for the time being. I think the company has a good a chance as any of making money in the present crazy conditions. I must check on the holdings of the original family members. I remember a large purchase at a favourable share price no that long ago but not sure whether any have been sold since.
bouleversee: No need to be rude, Rotrader. It was a perfectly valid question as the statement was all about proportions and percentages and multiples but no actual figures, though if one has the time and inclination, I presume one could work it out from Ibero's balance sheet (if that is easily accessible) but not all of us can be bothered or has the time, which presumably doesn't apply to you. Remind me why we had that big drop last year. Actually, I'm not sure I ever knew unless it was due to shorting which I hate as much as ramping. I am in the LTBH camp myself but since I think it likely that VCP will be taken over or disappear from AIM before I croak, though that is possibly going to be sooner rather than later, I took advantage of the big drop to offload all my VCP certificated shares to family who promptly put them in ISAs and I bought more in my ISA where a profitable takeover would not be a cgt problem. All I have to do now, to avoid an IHT problem on the gifted shares is live another six and a half years or so which is no more guaranteed that VCP's share price and I'm not feeling all that lucky in that respect, punk. All in the lap of the gods.
gengulphus: bouleversee, Wouldn't have minded a bit of that myself. Were we given the chance? Mine are on a platform now (iWeb) and I didn't hear anything from them about it. Sort of - we were told about it by RNS: Those interested could have taken up the "FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:" invitation at its end. I suspect they would have been faced with (a) a requirement to qualify as a professional investor of some type, since a much more admin-heavy process involving prospectuses filled with risk warnings, etc, is generally required to legally issue securities to ordinary retail investors; (b) quite possibly a substantial minimum investment amount, meaning substantial for an institution and thus a good deal more than substantial for almost all retail investors. If those suspicions are correct, the answer is effectively no for the practical purposes of almost all individual investors - but in principle a sufficiently determined, sufficiently rich individual investor could have taken part. Gengulphus
cmw1: I have read the article and also SWCA’s comment at the bottom. It is important to understand a company’s exceptional costs because, if they are real (and I agree with SWCA that Victoria’s are), the share price increase after the next set of results can be huge.
rotrader: Could be wrong but we have had the same situation in the past with the share price dropping before results.Then a significant rise just before and at the time of the results.Here's hoping for good news and the possibility of an acquisition or two , which is normally announced after the results.All in my own opinion of course but I have a good idea how the PLC works, from a few years experience, good and bad ;-)
topvest: I get the feeling that the commitment is agreed, but not necessarily all finalised in terms of paperwork. That may have triggered a bit of caution on disclosing actual rates etc. No doubt its good news though, so it 1. increases the share price and 2. opens up the prospect of another acquisition. Suspect they were keen to get it announced as soon as possible.
rotrader: No point in giving to much info, that was the problem last time, from Michael Scott (finance director ). It just confused the issue.Looks to me that the earnings and acquisitions should continue to take the share price upward.I would still like to see more of the directors follow Mr Anton, and show some confidence with an investment - if they are allowed .Brockway Carpets and Adams Carpets could consolidate part of the UK manufacturing for further acquisitions . They supply John Lewis and many other UK retailers.
rotrader: Carpetright results have helped for a bit more confidence in the share price.Anymore updates should help.
1boston: Positive share price trajectory over the last few weeks. I wonder whether this is being driven by the short sellers covering in earnest (hxxps://, which makes me wonder if they are under pressure? Maybe their loans of shares are coming due? However based on the FCA filings they still need to buy back around 4 million shares which is a lot. Would suggest the price is going to keep going up to where is was before the shorts got into the stock.
Victoria share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
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