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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% 232.50 225.00 240.00 232.50 232.50 232.50 2,433 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electricity 101.5 -1.5 -7.0 - 38

Yu Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/10/2021
08:21
You seem well connected and knowledgable on CNG.I suppose we watch and wait the share price on YU is certainly acting like a placing or stakeholder taking a piece to fund an acquisition When BK mentioned NDA on Tuesday it was obvious something is going on in the background. Interesting time
sparky333
14/10/2021
08:16
Yes but cannot share that here
1me me
14/10/2021
07:57
Do we a list of the companies ?
sparky333
14/10/2021
07:52
Sounds to me CNG didn't hedge the hedges lol with glencore What a mess
sparky333
14/10/2021
07:49
Most of the 20 suppliers hedged 100% of their portfolio. CNG have rug pulled them.
1me me
14/10/2021
07:41
I am happy if they raise a few Bob and treble the business size
sparky333
14/10/2021
07:40
This smacks of funds being raised for an acquisition
sparky333
14/10/2021
07:39
3.33% down on 36 shares traded (and 35 were buys) !!!
daveboy19
14/10/2021
07:15
The question is are YU going to raise some funds to increase the size of the business by 200% ? Until this is answered there will be some wild swings, I would not be surprised if smartest took a stake in YU
sparky333
14/10/2021
07:13
Again the market is ignoring the fact YU are insulated from the malaise and doesn't understand what has happened at CNG.It's the shipping side that has caused CNG to collapse through smaller suppliers going bust and not paying bills or Symbio, Avro etc .This side of the business was a 500m turnover the supplier side to 40,000 SMEs was a 70m turnover during COVID and 100m prior to COVID.Fire sales are good for cash rush debt free predators. They could pick up the book very cheap how much is normal per client ?
sparky333
14/10/2021
07:04
What a strange opening
sparky333
14/10/2021
06:20
The key word was NDAs and limited it what he could say that means they are talking to one or more with regards to acquisitions
sparky333
14/10/2021
06:11
I just do not understand OFGEM and how they allowed these companies not to commodity hedge.it's a basic risk management tool and the YU hedging manager has 30 years experience with EON.Now I understand the comments from BK in the AJ Bell interview.There was a definite a flood of acquisitions coming if they fit into the YU business.Let's not mince words here these shippers are going bust because they didn't hedge enough gambled and lost. YU could be in a very short period of time be a medium sized SME supplier with 100,000+ client turning over 500m and with the digital transformation driving down overheads a very profitable business throwing off cash.
sparky333
14/10/2021
05:35
Up to 20 suppliers most of them supplying SME customers will go to the wall unless they find a new shipper fast. I think there is only one other shipper (Gazprom). BP and now Glencore backed suppliers failing.
1me me
14/10/2021
05:17
The other 10000 meter points are smaller suppliers CNG ship for. Will have to go bust if they cannot find another shipper pronto.
1me me
13/10/2021
21:17
Aha just seen it on sky news How much for 40,000 in the current climate ?
sparky333
13/10/2021
21:15
Who are the 40,000 from ? CNG ? As I thought they had 50,009
sparky333
13/10/2021
19:35
Will Yu bid for 40,000 customer this week
1me me
12/10/2021
18:51
Webinar was probably worth a listen to those who don't understand the business model. Totally hedged business as could possibly be and not effected by price cap. The end question regarding acquisitions seem to have you more excited then me Sparky. If they are little then it will be with cash, but don't rule out a bigger player, thus funds from the market or shares I guess. I got the impression he answered the question with an answer he thought investors wanted to hear, albeit he was clear it had to be the right fit. I am happy to plod along for the time being as organic growth is doing absolutely fine.
cocker
12/10/2021
18:34
Excellent webinar.Interesting points,YU are thrivingA lot of talk at the end on acquisitions and NDAs 100% a deal coming in the short to medium term
sparky333
12/10/2021
18:02
hxxps://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/consumer/energy/energy-supply/problems-with-your-energy-supply/your-energy-supplier-has-gone-bust/
abarclay
12/10/2021
17:55
Will open up tomorrow so don't worry about the closing trade.
pauliewonder
11/10/2021
13:32
The way people are talking we are heading globally into the stones ages with no gas or electric, don't make me laugh.Things like this are cyclical every 10 years or so we get a big reset, the weak die and strong survive.Next is global interest rates on the up now that is going to hurt high in debt companies.Oh yeah we have none isn't that lucky.
sparky333
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