Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
VT Group LSE:VTG London Ordinary Share GB0031729733 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 795.00 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 1,023.60 32.20 60.80 13.1 347
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 795.00 GBX

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biker: Oh well, wrong decision to bail out yesterday. :) Still, over two quid a share in less than three months, so I'm not complaining.
biker: I'm out too, at 722.5. I think that if there were a realistic chance of a counter bid then the price would be higher already. It's been a nice little run over the last few weeks. Wish they were all like this. :-)
spob: of course another company can make an offer for VTG just wondering who would be motivated to do so
tritan: Offer in the making tomorrow at 730p per share so I hear. Should be an interesting day.
topvest: Yes, I agree. It appears to be what is right for management and "building the empire". VT Group have been caught with "their pants down" - best bet for shareholder value is getting the best price possible and open up the books imo. VT are a good company and have done well, but £7 or so now would be a reasonably strong proposition at this stage.
togo2: Pressure from institutional investors for vtg to open books to bab,article in todays Sunday Times.
steadyitgoes: New report on VTG:
mf10: 0856 GMT [Dow Jones] VT Group's (VTG.LN) win of a contract valued at up to GBP35M to provide support to the RAF's fleet of Tucano training aircraft should help underpin future forecast assumptions, says Panmure Gordon. Says although it's a relatively small contract by MoD standards, "it does show that decisions are still being made this side of the election, especially where maintenance and support is concerned." The brokerage also notes VT's increased offer of 294p per share for Mouchel (MCHL.LN) and says this would make the transaction around 9% EPS enhancing. Reiterates buy and has 630p target. VT -2.4% at 496p. (MMA)
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
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.
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