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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  25.00 3.73% 695.00 26,984 09:58:55
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
690.00 700.00 695.00 670.00 670.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electricity 155.42 3.39 27.00 25.7 116
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:10:22 O 715 699.00 GBX

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Posted at 24/1/2023 15:19 by the millipede
“Prefer buyback then dividend
3p dividend is less effective in terms of share price reaction whereas
Same amount spent buying this illiquid share
Can you imagine what that would do“

Impossible to say for sure.

It might be, instead, that a dividend attracts institutions to buy this for income funds and that helps the share price along more than a buy back would.

The main reason to prefer buy backs over dividends is that investors generally pay tax on dividends so don’t get the full benefit.

Anyway, great update. Onwards and upwards!

Posted at 24/1/2023 12:26 by sparky333
Tough being at work on a day like today, but great results, great volume , great future and now only a matter of time before £10 is breached and we March towards £20 over the next 12 to 18 months.Not many shares performing like YU Group 20% of the share price in CashAbout to pay a dividend Turnover exploding Profits exploding Business expanding into other areas I could go on and on but what's the point as nothing changes for me as I sit back and watch the share price grow
Posted at 24/1/2023 09:50 by hamidahamida
Prefer buyback then dividend 3p dividend is less effective in terms of share price reaction whereas Same amount spent buying this illiquid share Can you imagine what that would do
Posted at 23/1/2023 17:47 by sparky333
Good point as YU has always suffered from sell the news, this time from Oct to now the charge has been relentless and rightly so.If you read some of the knowledgable poster in LSE this is just the beginning and numbers go exponential as turnover increases When your talking EPS of over £1 a share in 2023 thing get rather exciting with share price estimates way north of £10 and close to £20. Over optimistic ? Maybe but YU have a habit of smash estimates and I expect Broker price targets are going to get major revisions and way above £10
Posted at 23/1/2023 09:29 by cashandcard
Buybacks are useful where there is a gross undervaluation and no signs the market will address the disconnect on paper to actual performance. Small Oil companies are seeing that on a big scale due to fiscal uncertainty and ESG concerns (effectively depriving them of increasing numbers of large institutions) - the shareprices have been static or very modest increment s that are far from what results indicate. So their actual performance is not being reflected in shareprices and little chance those circumstances mentioned will improve in their favour in the next few years. They need buybacks.Yu has been charging ahead for the lastyear, as results and updates point to huge progress. Aslong as progress in share price follows operational results (it is), there is no need for buybacks, sharecount is already extremely low with no overhang or other barrier to realising that progress in share price Cash
Posted at 23/1/2023 09:20 by sparky333
The RNS before Xmas stated £260m which I think will be beaten They also stated cash, EBITDA all the significantly beat market expectations.So sell away the guys so far today because any short term downward move will be bought into because 2023 is going to be the year YU moves from baby to teenager and 2024/25 young adult churn out cash by the bucket full and share price multiples of where we are today
Posted at 13/1/2023 15:09 by sparky333
CFO had over 1% and CEO has 53% other BOD have small to medium holdings The company has also just set up a staff scheme.The problem you have is BK already has a shed full, so why would he buy more ? CFO is getting his through options and targets based against Share price along with Digital director and for once I actually like the target are based on share price as that affects us as well. I like skin in the game especially BK and CFO. The other 3 are non independent directors and they do own share but not vast amounts
Posted at 13/1/2023 12:52 by w13ken
Just tipped in IC. I hold YU. In ISA but have bought in Trading too.

"On Aim, the runaway leader at the top of the screen is Yu Group (Yu), which is an energy and utilities supplier that services the corporate sector. The share price has more than doubled in three months and after a huge jump in expectations for earnings growth this year, analysts predict the next fiscal year growth in eps will still be in the mid-teens per cent. Yet the shares are valued on the not eye-watering multiple of 12 times the predicted 12-month forward earnings. "


Posted at 12/1/2023 07:52 by cocker
Seagull, they have to pay rates etc on their new freehold kitted out building like every other business. My question is who is going to pay for all the Gas/electric & water?. You now suggest that BK should raise some dollars whilst share price is high. A bit like walking into the bank & asking for a loan & when asked "what's it for", replying "I don't know, I just have loads of it & want some more". With regards to the cash pile , I may not be exactly right but not far off. Where as your post I referred to earlier on the other thread where you clearly say only in August 22 that the share price is heading for one quid, well lets say I'm closer to cash pile figure then you were to todays share price price
Posted at 30/12/2022 10:22 by the millipede
Tea, There is no change in the business model.

The share price suffered after some accounting issues were brought to light.

It is worth reading through the RNSs from that time very carefully IMO but in summary there is a new CFO, the accounting issues have been fixed, this has all been audited by outside agencies. The relevant accounts have been restated.

Meanwhile the company has been busy growing, generating increased revenue and cash. The £1.00 share price represented a virtually unique buying opportunity for those of us who realised the company was basically sound, but that clearly trust took a fall, hence the share price tumble.

I think this rerating represents trust returning to the market.

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