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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Vivo Energy Plc LSE:VVO London Ordinary Share GB00BDGT2M75 ORD USD0.50
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.10 -0.13% 76.90 76.70 77.00 79.50 76.00 79.50 330,690 16:35:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers 6,260.0 185.5 8.3 8.6 974

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07/4/2020
09:49
I've bought a few. It seems under the radar. The share price has fallen steadily since flotation but to my eyes the results have been better than the share price would suggest. I picked up on it in Sharepad where it has an conscensus BUY recommendation from 9 analysts .They can't all be wrong, Can they? Or all be in someones pocket?There wouldn't be room! IC also covers it and is broadly supportive. They have big serious cornerstone investors with deep experience in Africa. They sell Shell products and have them as partners as well. The business seems fairly risk free, a steady plodding business that should have a decent valuation supported by decent dividendds. It doesn't have either at the moment.They run thousands of petrol stations and in most cases the people who run the stations take on the operational challenges involved rather like franchisees. They have solid institutional investors and operate in a growth market. It is nearly dividend paying,the website and corporate video both look good as do the accounts. Bear Points- wafer thin margins, Africa = higher risk? the share price tells us that it has no real support in the market place so what needs to happen to get investors excited? Threats:Corona virus ? Who knows? It will be a negative but perhaps less so than in more developed countries,an ongoing situation where some areas are shutting down and restricting travel,especially the marine business which is small but affected . Recession?again, no idea but in general the economies they serve are growing so there is a structural tailwind there. Falling oil prices. This is an interesting one , reading the accounts etc they indicate that in the vast majority of the jurisdictions they work in, the pump prices are regulated with fixed margins for operators so profits are not that correlated to oil prices.one way or the other. On balance, it looks cheap enough to be worth a punt. It is a very cash generative business, it is a utility type business, so low risk . they have good business partners with sizeable stakes , a strong market position, it makes good returns on capital , promises a 30% dividend payout ratio, first one pending confirmation,and has debt but is repaying that quite rapidly with the strong cashflow. The share price is beaten down badly so it could be cheap now.
robsy2
07/4/2020
09:20
Hello I have created a thread.A first for me. Let's see if anyone shows up!
robsy2
07/4/2020
09:18
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