Vt Group Dividends - VTG

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
VT Group VTG London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 795.00 01:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
795.00
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Vt Group VTG Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
17/11/2009InterimGBP4.330/03/200930/09/200925/11/200927/11/200913/01/20100
13/05/2009FinalGBP10.0531/03/200831/03/200908/07/200910/07/200913/08/200914.4
11/11/2008InterimGBP3.930/03/200830/09/200819/11/200821/11/200814/01/20090
14/05/2008FinalGBP9.5531/03/200731/03/200818/06/200820/06/200806/08/200813.1
13/11/2007InterimGBP3.5530/03/200730/09/200721/11/200723/11/200709/01/20080
11/05/2007FinalGBP8.631/03/200631/03/200720/06/200722/06/200708/08/200711.85
14/11/2006InterimGBP3.2530/03/200630/09/200622/11/200624/11/200610/01/20070
16/05/2006FinalGBP7.7531/03/200531/03/200621/06/200623/06/200609/08/200610.75
15/11/2005InterimGBP330/03/200530/09/200523/11/200525/11/200511/01/20060
17/05/2005FinalGBP731/03/200431/03/200522/06/200524/06/200510/08/20059.75
16/11/2004InterimGBP2.7530/03/200430/09/200424/11/200426/11/200412/01/20050
18/05/2004FinalGBP6.4331/03/200331/03/200423/06/200425/06/200404/08/20049
11/11/2003InterimGBP2.5730/03/200330/09/200319/11/200321/11/200307/01/20040
20/05/2003FinalGBP631/03/200231/03/200325/06/200327/06/200306/08/20038.4
12/11/2002InterimGBP2.430/03/200230/09/200220/11/200222/11/200208/01/20030
14/05/2002FinalGBP27.7531/03/200131/03/200226/06/200228/06/200207/08/200239
13/11/2001InterimGBP11.2530/03/200130/09/200121/11/200123/11/200109/01/20020
15/05/2001FinalGBP25.7531/03/200031/03/200127/06/200129/06/200108/08/200136.25
14/11/2000InterimGBP10.530/03/200030/09/200020/11/200024/11/200010/01/20010
16/05/2000FinalGBP23.7531/03/199931/03/200026/06/200030/06/200009/08/200033.5
16/11/1999InterimGBP9.7530/03/199930/09/199922/11/199926/11/199912/01/20000
18/05/1999FinalGBP2231/03/199831/03/199928/06/199902/07/199911/08/199931
23/11/1998InterimGBP930/12/199730/06/199830/11/199804/12/199813/01/19990
21/05/1998FinalGBP20.3531/03/199731/03/199829/06/199803/07/199812/08/199828.6

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
23/3/2010
07:33
spob: of course another company can make an offer for VTG just wondering who would be motivated to do so
28/2/2010
15:54
togo2: Pressure from institutional investors for vtg to open books to bab,article in todays Sunday Times.
18/2/2010
08:44
spob: http://www.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&article=41615987&epic=VTG
17/2/2010
15:04
steadyitgoes: New report on VTG: http://www.stockopedia.co.uk/document/view/37672/tables-turned
14/12/2009
15:11
a0148009: Probably why VTG have been a soft market over past month, however I don't see any need for a rights issue as they have the major part in cash and the rest in bank facilities for acquisition up to £400m. Can only think market feel they may pay too much or the usual shorters. Have bought modestly at 525p and will wait before next move. VTG first class business and management - think further downside limited unless whole market sells off. AO
14/12/2009
13:56
what is a login ?: I found this press release from Mouchel (Epic= MCHL) I expect the VTG share price to rise if they walk away, but will they? RNS Number : 0437E Mouchel Group plc 14 December 2009 (...) Statement in response to press speculation Following press speculation yesterday, the Board of Mouchel Group plc ("the Company") confirms that it has been in receipt of two unsolicited approaches from VT Group plc to acquire the entire issued and to be issued share capital of the Company. The Board believes these approaches to be wholly inadequate and at a level which substantially undervalues the Company. The Board has discussed these approaches with its advisors and has unanimously rejected them. The Board understands that VT Group plc remains interested in pursuing a transaction. Contacts: Finsbury +44 (0) 207 251 3801 Mike Smith Charles Watenphul Gordon Simpson (...) END
13/7/2009
18:41
tourist07: What is not clear to me is whether the "working capital injection" is a loan or a permanent adjustment to the share price. It seems to me that for it to be a permanent adjustment, it would need to be a permanent increase in the working capital requiements of the JV which I imagine would be quite hard to calculate/prove. Agree with you marvelman, its a horse trade ... but no doubt VT will close the stable door behind them .... :) I think that a share price drop of 30% since Jan is overdoing it especially when the prospects for govt outsourcing are arguably stronger. Once the share prices stops sliding, I will be looking to add below £4.50. Meanwhile, a divi is a small compensation.
29/6/2009
10:14
tradertrouble: That sounds like good news. Am I also right in thinking that if VTG sell their 45% stake for £380 million, then they could use that money to effectively pay of long term debts. When you include current cash at bank, it gives the company a strong balance sheet, together with a PEG of less than 1. Looking good IMV.
26/6/2009
17:28
barbudo viejo: been in and out of this one, and back again. Price seems reluctant to move north of 5 pounds, despite good results and positive broker sentiment. Slow on the newsflow, but steady and stolid with a good business plan. Barring any contracts falling through or some balls-up on the divestment of the ship-building, we should be able to look forward to steady share price growth, even with a correcting market. In the short term, hoping for a gentle rise into ex-dividend date in early July.
27/1/2008
23:57
tourist07: Hi merob, well I certainly hope not. And having held this far, and through the Interim Statement, I hope we can at least stabilise. At the risk of stating the obvious, its down to newsflow on the Carrier contract at the moment. V. political, which is not an ideal place to be. If I had to make a guess (which is all it is) I would say that the Carrier Contract will be postponed for a year. This would: a) allieviate the current PSBR issue which they clearly have; b) be less of a "climbdown" than pushing it out 2 years - "stability" and all that; c) enable the JV to move forward - lets not forget that this whole JV has been driven by the MOD Personally, I suspect the financial impact on the JV will not be that great. I mean all the shipyards are busy at the moment. We will then have to wait while the analysts pore over the numbers and lets see where we get to. Investors in VTG and BAE are used to taking long term views. My slight worry is that, in this 12mth postponement scenario, the MoD will try to keep some "wriggle room" ... why wouldn't they? If its too much wriggle, it could keep the share where it is for some time. Just my thoughts, keen to hear others.
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