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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Yu Group Plc LSE:YU. London Ordinary Share GB00BYQDPD80 ORD GBP0.005
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 220.00 210.00 230.00 220.00 220.00 220.00 2,492 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electricity 101.5 -1.5 -7.0 - 36

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
12/8/2021
09:35
The point you're trying to make Sparky is that when we were buying sub a quid, others were fearful and yet the rerating started and we were left tripling our money and of course, once numbers for July hit the table it will begin once again.
cocker
12/8/2021
08:25
'Britain IS bouncing back': Rishi Sunak hails new figures which show UK economy has fastest growth rate in the ENTIRE G7 as reopening of hospitality industries drives 4.8 per cent rise in GDP
sparky333
10/8/2021
17:15
Ageed Sparky Drip drip And more drip drop days to come
ammu12
10/8/2021
13:00
Drip drip continues under low volume.
sparky333
10/8/2021
08:54
That's why YU have particular eyes on certain companies. YU have excellent risk management and will/would have done due diligence way before pouncing.
sparky333
10/8/2021
08:44
Sparky, strategy seems to be working well and NO point taking on a distressed companies book if customers are of a high debt risk. As far as I am concerned YU are doing pretty well as they are.
cocker
10/8/2021
07:36
Just thinking 9000 new SMEs could take YU to around 30,000And a stab in the dark guess at around 200m in turnover which would greatly increase the Critical mass and big profits I suppose it how the client type and spread fit in YUs risk model and where this lot on of the 12 on YUs radar
sparky333
09/8/2021
21:33
Could be some news this week
sparky333
09/8/2021
21:32
Hub Energy has become the third retailer of 2021 to cease trading, Ofgem has announced this morning (9 August).The Lancashire-based supplier had about 15,000 customers in total, including 9,000 non-domestic and around 6,000 domestic customers.Hmm 9000 non domestic now that would be a nice bolt on
sparky333
06/8/2021
14:13
Lol somehow I doubt that
sparky333
06/8/2021
14:07
A big sell?
ammu12
06/8/2021
12:57
Another bucket full picked up at mid price.Looks to me something is being worked at 250p level
sparky333
06/8/2021
08:13
And below is why YU are in critical mass growth phase.The overheads and infrastructure is fixed at X everything above this is a billy bonus Ie a £10m increase in turnover doesn't reflect a 10% increase in overheads So an big increase in commodity costs increases turnover and therefore reflects on YUs bottom line in a positive way.I am estimating turnover of £130 to £140m for 2021, I am now thinking this maybe conservative.
sparky333
06/8/2021
08:00
Agreed.Let's think about this logically So for existing contracts the energy is forward hedged at X with YUs gross margin on top For new contracts they will be hedged at X ie fixed at the best bulk price they could hedge at with smartest.Therefore I see no impact in YU other than stronger cash flow due to the higher prices But the YU gross margins will be static and overheads will be static So say for ease gross margin is 10% YU buy £1m and sell it on for 1,100,000 leaving 100,000 for YUNow if bulk prices go up 10% The new contracts will reflect this change as they pass it onSo turnover would be 1,100,000 and YU put 10% on top Therefore under higher prices YU,s cash flow actually increase to 1,210,000Leaving 110,000 to YU.Please correct me if I am way off the mark here in my thinking
sparky333
06/8/2021
07:49
Frankly I haven’t a clue, hence the ‘might’, all I know is that the larger companies will benefit through stronger hedging strategies. There are no good deals now, for the consumer it is about being economic and wearing more clothes come winter. No excuse to turn the heating on until November, and best bet to go to bed earlier as that is generally the warmest place in the house.
bookbroker
06/8/2021
07:42
I personally believe the opposite and the price rise will supercharge cash flow and profit as company scramble to lock in deals
sparky333
06/8/2021
07:41
So how does that work then? The doomsters on here state they lose money when prices are low and also when they are high.For the current contracts they have already forward bought the commodity, this is why so many lost suppliers lost money during lock down YU lost 1.8m in H1 2020, as they under used and had to sell back.Your argument doesn't hold water
sparky333
06/8/2021
07:37
They might be losing money currently if the wholesale price is so strong.
bookbroker
06/8/2021
07:26
Interesting move by OFGEM and reinforcing what we already knew, energy prices are rising fast, which in my simple mind means more cash flow and profit for YU.
sparky333
04/8/2021
16:23
Lots of buying today the 7.5k was a late reported buy
sparky333
04/8/2021
15:24
Total agree, the share price is being played with and until buyer come in force games will be played
sparky333
04/8/2021
15:19
I will repeat what I said the other day in that "July as good if not better then June". All said and done the market will react whether its this week or in the coming months, 2.50 will look like a steal.
cocker
04/8/2021
14:57
Hmm are we about to break out ?
sparky333
04/8/2021
11:21
Weird trades today 8 shares bought for 260p
sparky333
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