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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Warpaint London Plc LSE:W7L London Ordinary Share GB00BYMF3676 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.30 1.98% 66.80 65.00 67.00 66.00 63.50 63.50 201,066 16:35:01
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 49.3 1.8 1.8 37.5 51

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/9/2020
18:13
When trading environment returns to some degree of normality W7 should be in good position to capitalise. Roll on 2021.
ynot68
23/9/2020
15:52
Valid points. Suspect they decided that prior to the renewed nationwide lockdowns. Still - if the Tesco sales really are going well, then they've more visibility.
spectoacc
23/9/2020
15:45
Thankfully, cash flow was more positive than revenue with an operating cash inflow of £2.3m and free cash flow of £1.7m lifting period end cash to £3.8m. Despite the strong cash position we are somewhat surprised management feels able to commit to an interim dividend of 2.8p per share, maintaining the prior year interim dividend of 1.5p per share, together with a one off additional 1.3p per share, to reflect that no final dividend was declared for 2019. More on the Investor's Champion website.
energeticbacker
23/9/2020
09:05
Yes I am quite pleased with the results also. Price staying flat is probably expected. Headline figures poor but no doubts about survival and moderately good outlook. Good and bad equally balanced...
kiwihope
23/9/2020
07:26
Pleasing results. Sales, profits down, but cash fallen by only £100k with tight cost control, margins up, paying divi, & eg: "Sales in Tesco stores have exceeded the directors' expectations" "Sales for H2 2020 have recovered well after the Covid-19 lockdown and are steadily approaching the Company's monthly budget levels set for 2020 prior to the Covid-19 pandemic" Edit - surprised at the mark-down, have added. International sales fall looks the only disappointment IMO. That, and renewed lockdown - recovery & return to growth going to take longer. Happy to sit & wait in a co with no debt.
spectoacc
24/7/2020
19:03
Typical for W7. Immune to market volatility. Treads it’s own unpredictable path.
ynot68
24/7/2020
18:50
Everything red today apart from this. Interesting.
jahmey
30/6/2020
18:51
The parts about Tesco stocking W7L's products are interesting. Could be a real catalyst for a decent revenue increase if they manage to get rolled out across the entire estate
mauricemonkey
30/6/2020
09:59
hTTps://youtu.be/fQW9QC6KxdI Equity Development recording. Thanks to Paul Scott on Stocko
mauricemonkey
26/6/2020
14:51
Very informative and impressive Zoom presentation by W7L on the Equity Development platform this afternoon. A recording will be available shortly if you missed it.
gre
03/6/2020
13:14
Feels like we're one tip away from a move back towards the late 90's resistance.
spectoacc
26/5/2020
14:43
W7l were 300p shortly after float
onjohn
26/5/2020
11:10
SBIZ looks good
onjohn
26/5/2020
10:06
90p next stop here
onjohn
24/5/2020
17:20
Thanks Big7ime. Being sold via supermarkets now to have a material impact on sales going forward.
jahmey
22/5/2020
09:40
Tesco for one
big7ime
22/5/2020
09:09
Can anyone tell me which supermarkets they're in?
jahmey
22/5/2020
09:01
Plus the new supermarket business
big7ime
22/5/2020
08:24
Assume a tip somewhere today? W7L got the big advantages of still trading, net cash, will be there when everything returns to "normal", whenever that might be.
spectoacc
21/5/2020
23:59
rumobejo29 Apr '20 - 08:39 - 895 of 909 0 1 0 had some here, fallen too much when it breaks 50p then upward to 70p, or even bag at 80p 120p for me
tjbird
21/5/2020
23:56
Will want to see revenues & profits returning to pre-covid levels within 12-15 months from now and then 6-9 months further, reintroduce divi. So I'm giving this at most 2 years to be giving me a sizeable dividend back. If this doesn't happen then the share price will make its way down very low :-( Would love to see all this happen much sooner and hope that it does, but companies will want to build up larger cash reserves/lower debts than they had prior to this drop as it will have scared them - before they start to reintroduce dividend. Of course, general market falls may take us down anyway. And, what the hell do I know anyway !
cokehookerscars
13/5/2020
15:47
surprised it is still within the 40's range after today's update, it was really good and with 2 buyers each snapping 10% plus, it is destined to breakout and it will be hard one hTTps://www.marketscreener.com/mods_a/charts/TV/inc_dyna_graph.php?c=32078379 61p
rumobejo
13/5/2020
09:31
Back in after a good while out - likely buying from those exiting on the divi cut. I'd take say a year with no divi before a slow return to normal trading.
spectoacc
13/5/2020
08:41
All good - worth much more under normalised conditions, obviously, but I suppose you could say that about half the stocks on the market. No divi, of course, but 70% of staff furloughed, no need to raise cash, >33pps NTAV, 25.6pps in current assets less all liabilities - Adjusted EPS 6.3p - and CEO and MD own half the stock. All in all a good value proposition IMO
value hound
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