Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Westminster Group Plc LSE:WSG London Ordinary Share GB00B1XLC220 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 5.70 4,177,932 16:35:20
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
5.60 5.70 5.65 5.60 5.65
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 10.89 -1.44 -1.02 16
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:07:59 O 229,047 5.70 GBX

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Westminster Daily Update: Westminster Group Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WSG. The last closing price for Westminster was 5.70p.
Westminster Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 3.90p and a 12 week average price of 3.89p.
The 1 year high share price is 10.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.85p.
There are currently 286,527,511 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 13,062,473 shares. The market capitalisation of Westminster Group Plc is £16,332,068.13.
deanowls: So what five airports do you believe it to be? What is the throughput and sales associated with current pax charge of the SL model. What actual services will they provide. How many staff are they taking in and what are the average salaries in country? How many staff will they need to position there? How much fencing do they need to put up? Have they raised enough for capex before open costs and how long before pax service on ground costs? Are they taking on any pensions or other liabilities? If the airports what international airlines and pax numbers in 2019 were there? Something to discuss rather than share price action? Convince me?
marktime1231: Difficult to "remember" what Arden think of WSG when it is news that they have published their research. A quick interweb search indicates it is behind a wall, so thanks for the above snippets. And reveals WSG is hashtagging up a twitter storm of interest. What is interesting is that Arden, who as house broker managed to place £2.5M of shares at a premium to over-subscribing institutions, on Thursday last week, were able, on Friday to publish their views of what all this contract news might mean. What's the betting the insiders had all seen it already? Let's take Arden's view with a little caution, since they are being paid to flog it. Nevertheless, they are probably more qualified than anyone to assess what the contracts might mean in terms of revenue growth, a strong swing to profit next year, and WSG a Buy up to 18p. Assuming we can get through all this excitement without another diluting fund raise, which I doubt. 10p for my remaining WSG stock, yes please.
deanowls: I made money Maccers back when it was in the 30s and there were millions less shares. How’s that forecast you made last week telling everyone they didn’t need to raise working out? There is an opportunity here but that would depend on the time frame, short term all the rampers are back, medium term the trend is your friend. The company makes no money, everyone believes it is at an infliction point, ramp and repeat but the share price and company value doesn’t match the story. If only there were some balance? Someone posted that SL was making money, go and see how many planes are scheduled to land today. Southend airport gets more traffic.
dave4545: You see I look at Cyan. Like WSG it has a past of losses and placings which the "bears" bring up on here. But recently Cyan has totally turned the corner, winning numerous contracts and they did a 2.2% premium placing at 9.5p and price rocketed to 13p same day, these shares were around 2p not long ago so a 6 fold return. Wsg is turning the corner, winning new contracts and does a premium placing too after a strong rise, you cannot get anymore bullish than that, I thought the price on Friday would easily go to 7-8p if not higher but there's so many little day traders in this market that are easily spooked out of their shares these days who cannot see past their nose when it comes to investing. Worth watching that Youtube clip, I had no idea how big that Republic of Congo is, it's a monster with a lot more airports so this might be the start of regular contract wins in Africa.
marktime1231: How disappointing, not the placing or the price but that there is no prospectus explaining what the new money is for specifically, what the last cash was spent on, how we might value the two new contracts and the other pipeline opportunities described. Usually you would get sufficient information to judge whether it is worth subscribing, but there is no more detail than the rns statements. No open offer, no rights for existing shareholders. So this demand-led placing is going to existing backers who have inside knowledge, or new ones who have been briefed - how else do you place new shares at 5.7p when old ones are on the market at 5.5p. I have reduced my stake here because rightly or wrongly I agree there is a suspicion we are being taken for fools, our holdings are being diluted and our share price prospects are being devalued. But I will keep a few in the bottom draw.
noirua: If the company is due to announce more contracts in the short term it would make no sense to raise cash in the short term with most of the cash previously raised still in the bank. Should the share price move to 10p it could be raised at 8p a share.
graham1ty: Craven, there are 286m shares in issue now. In April 2020 there were 159m In April 2015 there were 56m In April 2010 there were 17.7m So, in six years the share capital has gone up five fold In eleven years it has gone up 16 fold. So, a share price of 4.5p today is equivalent to 75p then. So, WSG is not far off an all time high !!!
cravencottage: Graham Not quite right... WSG placed an additional 44% of share capital which was used to make Westminster debt free.. which would put the Equivalent share price at closer to 9p. Mark Watson Mitchell reckons on 6p as a short term price target... So plenty of gas left in the tank..
graham1ty: Topnotch, they doubled the number of shares in December, so the current share price is an equivalent of 10p last year. So the share price is already pretty high.........
philjeans: I wonder if little WSG will be involved in this? "Yes, even MyHealthChecked (MHC) where I am a shareholder should have its shares suspended. The reason is a webpage which went live yesterday and which is now being widely discussed on social media which seems to show that the Government is soon to announce contracts worth £8 billion for covid test suppliers. This is going to cause share price mayhem on Monday. Shareholders in Avacta (AVCT), Novacyt (NCYT), MyHealthchecked and others are already speculating wildly. My suggestion to the Oxymorons at AIM Regulation and to the FCA is that the markets on Monday will be extremely disorderly and that they should thus force all companies who claim to be involved in Covid testing to issue a statement as to whether or not they have submitted or will submit a tender. And then to suspend all the shares until the tender results are known. Of course that will not happen. Folks will instead engage in Leni-Maths and arrive at quite spectacular conclusions which will, almost certainly, be completely wrong. And then, I gather, that the webpage, will be updated once a day as new contracts are concluded. That may well be a transparent way for the Government to operate after the contracts for chums stink associated with PPE contract awards a year ago. But it does not quite work when listed companies are involved, some of them with such low market cap’s that any material contract will be transformational for the share price. I suggest that the FCA/AIM Regulation acts this weekend to stop manic mayhem on Monday." That was from Share Prophets today. This is from WSG's update last week! We have recently entered into an exclusive service agreement with a company about to launch an innovative and verified Covid testing service with UK government approval, under which Westminster will provide a range of specialist services. Whilst too early to assess the likely scale or success of the project, this initiative could potentially lead to interesting business developments in what could be an important new service in helping to open up the leisure and entertainment sector
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