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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Wincanton Plc LSE:WIN London Ordinary Share GB0030329360 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -5.00 -2.72% 179.00 103,504 16:35:08
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
179.00 181.00 183.00 179.00 183.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Transportation 1,201.20 43.80 31.10 5.8 223
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:08 O 75,183 181.2195 GBX

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06/8/2020
09:20
Wincanton Daily Update: Wincanton Plc is listed in the Industrial Transportation sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WIN. The last closing price for Wincanton was 184p.
Wincanton Plc has a 4 week average price of 160p and a 12 week average price of 160p.
The 1 year high share price is 319p while the 1 year low share price is currently 140p.
There are currently 124,543,670 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 224,260 shares. The market capitalisation of Wincanton Plc is £222,933,169.30.
04/8/2020
18:54
volvo: ....yes the directors just announced large options which is fine if they are all incentivised to push the share price higher which i understand they are.....base price 181.67. I made my final top up today at 182p....this is a winner. Talk to anyone involved at WIN the phone has been red hot since we closed everything because of the pandemic.....the new new is delivered to door. ...everyone is knocking on WIN's door, no one fancies a face mask....update due
31/7/2020
10:58
wilmdav: I have not checked back posts, so please forgive if the following point has already been made. IMO the main reason for the miserly prospective p/e ratios is the hefty triennial pension deficit. This was last valued as at 01/04/07 at £221m. Since then approximately £67m has been paid off in accordance with agreements made at the time of the valuation. Those agreements also required that £18m would be paid in 2020/21 and £25m every year until 2027. However the trustees have agreed that £6m of the 20/21 payment can be postponed until 21/22 in view of the Coved19 pandemic. Under current accounting rules these recurring cash costs are not registered in the P&L account or the Balance sheet. What are registered in these statements are the yearly pension calculations made in accordance with IAS 19. The failure of IAS 19 to reflect reality is displayed by the fact that the 2019/20 accounts showed a surplus of £94.4m! Analysts are obviously aware of all this. How I handle it is to subtract the agreed year’s deficit reduction payment from pre-tax profit and adjust eps accordingly. Current forecast for 20/21 pre-tax profit is £30.8m. I decided to deduct the full £18m payment even though £6m of it has been shifted on the following year’s £25m required payment. So the adjusted PTP is £12.8m. Assuming 20% tax, profit for the period will be £10.2m. No of shares is currently 124.54m so adjusted eps for 20/21 is 8.2p. Current share price is 181.5p so the prospective p/e comes out at 22.1. A similar calculation for 21/22, adjusting for the agreed £25m payment, gives eps of 10.5p and a prospective p/e of 17.3. For 22/23, eps comes out at 16p and p/e of 11.3. I am using current pre-tax profit consensus forecasts provided by Sharepad in the above calculations. Actually these adjusted p/e’s are not unreasonable when compared to other stocks with similar growth projections. However the next triennial deficit/surplus re-assessment will be as at 01/04/20. As usual, it will take approximately one year to complete. We will probably not know the outcome until preliminary results for 20/21 are announced in June 2021. My expectation is that the deficit and payment requirements will be revised significantly downwards. The discount rate used in the calculation will be affected by interest rates on high quality commercial bonds as at 01/04/20. In which case, I would expect this to be reflected in the share price in approximately 11 month’s time.
28/7/2020
07:12
rivaldo: This news should help nicely.....:o)) Https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/wincanton-WIN/share-news/Wincanton-PLC-eFulfilment-facility-new-Loaf-cont/82934646 "Wincanton announces new eFulfilment facility and five-year contract extension with Loaf Wincanton plc, the largest British third-party logistics company, today announces the creation of a new dedicated eCommerce facility in Nuneaton, Warwickshire. The site will service its high growth eFulfilment business, to begin operations later this month. The first beneficiaries of this new site will be existing Wincanton customers, home furnishings brand Loaf, and health and beauty company Neal's Yard Remedies. Wincanton will operate the facility under its W2 digital banner, with plans for further investment in cloud-fulfilment systems and robotics. This will accelerate online growth in the home, and health and beauty sectors. As part of the transition, Wincanton has secured a new warehouse contract with Loaf for a further five years. Wincanton manages the end-to-end supply chain for Loaf including warehousing services, order fulfilment, carrier management and two-person home delivery. James Wroath, CEO of Wincanton, commented: "This new site, along with the new contract with Loaf, is a clear demonstration of Wincanton's capability and commitment to supporting our customers' growth and digital plans. A relentless focus on superior customer service and innovating through technology is key to continuing both our and their success in eCommerce." Charlie Marshall, founder and CEO of Loaf, said: "Wincanton has been a long-standing partner of Loaf. We are excited to continue this partnership in the new Nuneaton facility, which is well set up to support our ambitious growth plans."
22/7/2020
19:49
volvo: FWIW...spoke to investor relations at Win today, they are super chipper at this share price and said 275-300p is more realistic unless we have further lockdowns etc which seems unlikely. Please dyor.
22/7/2020
08:09
jeff h: Numis was only forecasting £15.5m profit so a near expected forecast doubling of profit expectations for this year and share price responding accordingly.
20/7/2020
16:23
mikedon1946: It defies logic that the share price of a British firm that is consistently being successful, does not rise, and rise substantially. Other firms are reporting failure, Wincanton is reporting success, more good news with the AGM on Wednesday
20/7/2020
15:30
jeff h: The contract wins keep coming with WIN:- Https://www.wincanton.co.uk/news/press-releases/wincanton-opens-fifth-screwfix-distribution-centre-in-stafford/ ...you feel the share price must respond at some point.
08/7/2020
07:26
netcurtains: So far its been Contract WIN WIN WIN but share price drifted. But another day another new dawn... Lets see what it brings..
17/6/2020
15:22
qs99: mmmm yes Aberforth, they have caused mischief elsewhere on my portfolio, wanting "out" at any price it seems.....sod knows how some of these FMs get paid IMO....."let's not wait for recovery, even if on the horizon, let's sell at the low point and keep selling, depressing the share price".....ho hum....let's hope not with WIN!
11/11/2016
11:13
qs99: looks from Barclays SB that Numis have upgraded target share price by c.10% to £2.50....DYOR but good sign and yield is pretty good....if interest rates do go up, that may help pension issue IMO....
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