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
  28.00 5.58% 530.00 329,353 16:29:52
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
528.00 530.00 548.00 502.00 518.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 662.30 -7.50 2.30 230.4 620
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:47:27 O 4,585 531.766 GBX

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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 502p.
Victoria Plc has a 4 week average price of 465p and a 12 week average price of 465p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,217.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 465p.
There are currently 116,898,297 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 775,638 shares. The market capitalisation of Victoria Plc is £619,560,974.10.
theprovosts: Vulcan Value Partners picked up another 1m shares at £5.65 a couple days ago. Big iceberg got chewed through today. Wonder who the seller is? They seem to have picked a pretty bad price point (lowest price in 18 months) to get rid of several hundred k shares today. Good to see volume and hopefully the back of them. Morgan Stanley crossed below 4% on 25 Feb 2022, and, MIC Capital Partners crossed below 3% on 21 March 2021
theprovosts: what was the last KOCH equity raise at? the RNS's dont specify a price. "the transaction has completed and Victoria has received £150 million" - 17th Jan
theprovosts: seems to be one seller holding this back with an Iceberg which is getting heavily eaten away at. Was trading at £8 after the previous above expectations update. Has been walked down to facilitate the sale of this seller. Bought a solid chunk, PE of 3.6 if you believe EBITDA of £200m this year. Pretty ridiculous price imo.
bouleversee: Rotrader - Why do you suppose the share price is going down rather than up in view of all this share buying by the company? I'd like to buy more but not sure I have the courage having been hit elsewhere.
rotrader: Maxed the ISA out today.Can't see that the debt is a major problem.VCP are dominating the market in flooring ready for the recovery- might take some time but they are setting their stall ,DYOR
rucellai: Boldhaven are short about 1 million shares. Given the number of Victoria shares that trade each day I think they are in real trouble. We could see another big spike in the share price in the next few days as they try to cover.
william127: Tiger this was from your Alta Fox report• Speculation from shorts in 2018 that VCP's access to debt capital had dried up, along with various short-term profitability headwinds helped fuel a dramatic sell-off in VCP's stock price1,2. Both concerns later proved well overblown, yet it took Victoria's share price years to recover. • We believe the involvement of Koch Industries significantly mitigates the riskthat fears surrounding VCP's access to capital surface again,
drk1: william127 - yep, that in tandem with the brief super spike in gas prices (added cost to manufacturing) plus of course the invasion of Ukraine. Boldhaven Management LLP have been increasing their short position from Jan this year (presently 0.92%). Worth watching for them to close, or reduce as if they do, we can expect a good uplift in the share price. Reckon the buy-backs were a kind of warning from the board that speculative funds might get their fingers burnt. ;-)
km18: ...from last year... Victoria plc is a designer, manufacturer and distributor of flooring products. The Company develops, manufactures and distributes carpets, ceramic and porcelain tiles, underlay, luxury vinyl tile (LVT), artificial grass and flooring accessories. Current market cap is around £1.28b. Today it published preliminary results for the year ended 3rd April 2021. And they were pretty good. Record revenues of £662.3m up 6.6% on FY20, despite very material (as much as 80%) revenue declines in Q1 due to Covid-19 lockdowns. Record underlying EBITDA of £127.4 million (FY2020 £118.1m) and margin of 19.2% (FY2020: 19.0%). EPS increased to 30.21p from 28.42p.... ...from WealthOracleAM
castleford tiger: Hi My calculation for my own shares was an average cost of 53.5p during the boardroom battle the shares went to high 300`s with a bid of over 450p being refused. Wilding and Anton took control and we were offering him half the business if we got 300p back in 2 years. We got our 292p a share in 2014. That from memory was paid out of borrowed money! The shares raced on and were split by 5 so at today's £11 that is £55 a share old money but it was £60 at the time of the results. What ever we or you paid for the shares you got back in the 292p so the rest was a free ride. looking at your figures 1490 cost you £2 each so a total of £3000 ( the shares then fell remember after the NAVAN LOOM DISASTER) Stoddard and lots of companies were going bust. You then got £4350 special dividend ( i am ignoring the dividends received between buying and 2014)....there were 8 years of good dividends You were left with 7450 shares after the split valued at £90k at the time of the last results. (£12 a share) so a return of............ £94350 for your investment of £3k.......about 30x Of course after you bought there were good dividends but Alan Bullock and co saw VCP price fall as low as 48p .........meaning buying then would return 4x your amount or 120x the stake plus a few dividends. Its been an incredible ride. tiger
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