Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Wey Education Plc LSE:WEY London Ordinary Share GB00B54NKM12 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 35.50 9,242 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
35.00 36.00 35.50 35.50 35.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 8.36 0.50 0.63 56.3 50
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
11:48:14 O 3,000 35.44 GBX

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Wey Education Daily Update: Wey Education Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WEY. The last closing price for Wey Education was 35.50p.
Wey Education Plc has a 4 week average price of 32.60p and a 12 week average price of 27.80p.
The 1 year high share price is 41p while the 1 year low share price is currently 13.50p.
There are currently 139,858,471 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 288,745 shares. The market capitalisation of Wey Education Plc is £49,649,757.21.
neo2725: My money is on an RNS confirming a maiden divi is on the way. Last RNS said we are now charging VAT, +£6million in the bank over the summer, current sales beyond market expectations so if Wey are not going to be using that £6mill plus the rest for mergers and acquisitions then that moment should go to shareholders in the form of Wey first dividend IMHO
zulu_principle: Wigan - good post, although I'm reluctant to put a target value on the share price. If medium to long term plans are achieved as laid out by JD in the last investors' video session the share price will be a multiple of where it is today - however I think there's a significant risk the company will be bought well before such heights are achieved. As a bid target WEY has a lot going for it - established company, good reputation, cash in the bank, growing target market, government accreditation through the ATHE Level 4 course (due to start this month). I'm continuing to hold for the time being but will probably trim my holding at some point (a bit overweight at the moment). As always, my personal view only - DYOR.
energeticbacker: Featured in today's Investor's Champion update: Wey Education: trading significantly ahead of budget and market expectations. Despite large volumes traded, the shares barely moved on the news, perhaps suggesting that some also believe that the share price may have got ahead of itself.
netcurtains: OK I'll come clean. What I dont like is the cancellation of GCSEs and A levels. A good percentage (high percentage) of WEYs work probably/possibly comes from GCSEs and A Levels. I cant see how WEY benefit with no exams. This being said they do seem to benefit from "covid chaos" Its a mixed bag. But with vaccine pouring out now, perhaps WEY has peaked?
bigboyblue: Wey now advertising for a 'Senior Full Stack Developer'. Doesn't mean much to me as I'm tech dinosaur, but this is apparently what such a person does: 'Senior developer coding (C#), design and architecture of all Wey applications using Microsoft Azure cloud platform (PaaS and IaaS) and Dynamics 365 - Develop Wey applications using Azure and .NET Core, DevOps, and private API development, serverless and messaging architectures, public and private networking, relational and non-relational databases, and automated testing technologies - Implement new initiatives in artificial intelligence, gamification, and virtual reality - Continuously analysing technology opportunities and work with development team peers to implement' This sounds to me like a new development for WEy; can anyone interpret it a bit?
netcurtains: WEY are still growing. 5 teaching jobs currently being advertised. I dont know the rate of churn of teachers - does any one have that info? I suspect churn rate is not that high as pay rates are good and working from home will suit many people. What would be good is to see a WEY choir and more WEY music teachers. I've seen a MASSIVE rise if in demand for musical instruments during lockdown. So thousands of youngsters will be learning music at home See share price graph of Gear4Music
netcurtains: Not sure if vaccine will affect WEY price one way or the other but interesting tweet: I recommend you read it: re: vaccine: Https://
netcurtains: "IF" end goal of management is to sell company to large American (or Australian) Education company they obviously will have to keep a lid on the price. "IF" end goal of management is to keep company British but sell their shares in buoyant market and retire they also will need to keep a lid on the current price. My view is I originally bought into WEY (years ago) for two reasons: 1. e-learning is the future 2. a buyout by large company once WEY proved their model works. I would like to see WEY sold for a price of about 60p - £1 a share somewhere down the line. It needs HUGE AMOUNTS OF CAPITAL to build up a LARGE FTSE E-LEARNING business.
netcurtains: This Scottish company (myonlineschooling) appears to be quite strong competition for WEY. They appear to be full up until after January. On mumsnet etc they appear to have smaller class sizes than WEY. They've upped their class sizes from 20 to 25 because of Covid - so if that is smaller than WEY I guess we must be in range 25-30 a class? Https:// The good news is if they are full and if this slogan is true ("a rising tide raises all boats") so must WEY be pretty much full. I wonder if Scotland (MOS) and Wales (WEY) will team up?
netcurtains: 74tom: That is why I kept half. Its as if there will be some sort of corporate action later (agreement, joint venture, takeover or merger) that involves WEY having a current price below 30p. Hence no positive RNS news at all only negative. There are employees (senior teachers) etc who have not sold any and of course the CEO has not sold any (or her husband) or Sara de Freitas. It might be against the rules to BUY shares if goodish news known down the line but you probably can get away with selling (if news goodish). Say an offer came in for 30p and share price was 15p then there would be no difficulty getting shareholders to agree. But if share price was 35p obviously its a non-runner. We know Mr Massie's heirs have huge percentage of the company and other people millions of shares (eg the big investors who came in at 22p to invest £6m - eg gave WEY the cash pile for shares at 22p). One suspects they might be happy to get out at 30p (if not committed to home school as a way of life)....
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