Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Xp Power Limited LSE:XPP London Ordinary Share SG9999003735 ORD 1P (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -50.00 -2.04% 2,400.00 180,224 16:29:56
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2,390.00 2,400.00 2,450.00 2,380.00 2,450.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 240.30 28.40 115.80 20.7 471
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:50:11 O 6,871 2,384.673 GBX

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Posted at 30/1/2023 08:20 by Xp Power Daily Update
Xp Power Limited is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker XPP. The last closing price for Xp Power was 2,450p.
Xp Power Limited has a 4 week average price of 2,025p and a 12 week average price of 1,872p.
The 1 year high share price is 5,070p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,402p.
There are currently 19,634,796 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 127,268 shares. The market capitalisation of Xp Power Limited is £471,235,104.
Posted at 26/10/2022 11:35 by bench2
Great call alotto , stock hit 1402p at the low this year . I bought this for the wife in Jan 2012 all in price 998p . I have peeled off small amounts at rising prices 3435p in Oct 2017 , 4520p in Aug 2020 , and 5240p on 27 Jan 2021 . I accept all has changed re Litigation , supply probs and general gloom re Xi and China . But I could not resist buying a bit back on 19 Oct 2022 at 1477p . Given the current rally in the share price ( dead cat bounce )would you stay put or trade a few out over 1650p ?
Posted at 02/9/2022 12:05 by steadyaway1
They have to cut the dividend. I'd stop it in its entirety. It would be negligent not to in this environment with the amount of debt they have, notwithstanding headroom on new facilities. Too many risks. China. Taiwan. Global recession. Litigation. Semis. I know they have a great reputation on the dividend, but the litigation isn't the run of the mill trading stuff. Yes, could impact on the share price if yield requiring funds sell, but if required to sell when a company with its track record holds of paying dividends for a year then they are living in a fantasy world, so hopefully not too many. Better cut the divi than pay fees of 5% fee on a rescue raise, if gets bad. Management need to show prudence here, and hell to the divi track record.
Posted at 25/8/2022 16:04 by alotto
Hard to say. in my opinion it will be cut. the issues with XP are mid term and there will be a recovery curve. The share price will suffer. I can see it going to 1500 due to the uncertainty of supply chain and inflationary costs
Posted at 11/8/2022 08:38 by redartbmud
James Peters, Chair, commented:

“While underlying demand remained strong across all sectors, a combination of external supply chain factors, which restricted our capacity to deliver to customers, and inflationary pressures have produced a challenging backdrop in the first half. The team is working hard to mitigate these industry-wide challenges, with an improvement in performance in Q2 being sustained into the early weeks of the second half. While we are confident of a substantially better performance in the remainder of 2022 supported by the inventory on hand and a record, committed order book, there remains a wider range of full year outcomes than in prior years including scenarios where full year outturn is at the lower end of current analyst expectations. Longer term, the Group’s prospects remain bright, we are excited by the additional capacity to come from our new Malaysian facility and the opportunities that will provide. We are confident of delivering strong revenue growth and significant long term value creation as we outperform our end markets.”

I still maintain that the major problem is quality of senior management.
Given the right setup the share price should fly - unless they re screwed iver by litigaion, which is a self-inflicted naive action.


Posted at 11/8/2022 08:14 by redartbmud
I am afraid that you have to ask questions about the quality of senior management.
Looking at the big picture all companies have been faced with major disruption. Some have been able to navigate their way through, while others have created their own banana skins that have impacted more severely on performance.
I see Xpp as being in the latter category. Shaking up the bag at the top is required. Get the basics right and the company is in a sector where it is far more difficult to fail than it is to succeed.

Comments not prejudiced by the fact that I am nursing a thumping loss on my holding.


Posted at 10/8/2022 19:10 by alotto
My thinking was, can a big company leverage their own supply chain better than a smaller company like xpp? Maybe big companies are better placed to guarantee continuity of supply to their customers because they can get their own supply more reliably. Maybe they can negotiate better pricing with supplier and customers. Xpp is struggling with inflation and cannot fulfill their orders. It is key they retain customers and volumes on the long term.
Posted at 10/8/2022 17:33 by valhamos
OK I understand your point but this is an industry wide problem not specific to XPP so all suppliers are in the same boat, as indeed are XPP's customers particularly in the semi equipment sector.
Posted at 09/8/2022 12:15 by jamtin
I presume the debt has gone up due to the £33m acquisitions of FuG and Guth in January, that could also be part of the increased admin costs.

I think there is probably still a good business here, but I am very unhappy with the Board comms around the legal issue (let alone allowing it to happen in the first place). Aside from the delay in communicating the issue which jacks13 mentions, they now seem to be giving the bare minimum of information, and while that may be all they can do, there is nothing in the way they are addressing it to show they understand the concerns that we will have as investors and want to answer them as soon as they can.

I've held XPP for 14 years and it always used to have great, open matter-of-fact comms, under promise, over deliver, just the sort of board I wanted. I hope that wasn't all Duncan Penny.

Posted at 01/8/2022 19:09 by thorpematt
Here's Edison's updated note from this morning: -


And a nice video to go with it: -



Does anyone have a view on further litigation?

By which I mean: Does one succesful case against XPP increase the likelihood of another one being instigated?

The USA can be a very litigious operating environment.

TIA for any views.

Posted at 22/6/2022 11:42 by jacks13
They had £40 million of gross debt at 31/Dec; a $40 million fine to pay and, as yet, undefined potential restrictions on their rights to manufacture products derived from the 'stolen' Comet technology.

There are also issues that are not exclusive to XP Power around supply chains; sourcing of microchips and global inflation plus recession concerns. This share price is not going to rise any time soon in my judgement. The Summer months are usually quiet anyway and if anything the market could actually sell off. So people seem to be heading for the exit.

I've (painfully) halved my holding, not because I've lost faith in the company but for the above reasons and on the basis that I can likely get back in when the uncertainties have started to disappear. All in my opinion but do your own as they say.

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