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YU. Yu Group Plc

-35.00 (-3.07%)
05 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  -35.00 -3.07% 1,105.00 24,074 16:35:13
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,100.00 1,140.00 1,140.00 1,105.00 1,140.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Combination Utilities, Nec 278.59M 4.77M 0.2923 38.32 182.74M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:13 UT 110 1,105.00 GBX

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Date Time Title Posts
05/12/202312:23Yu Group PLC - Business Energy Supplier11,844
04/12/202320:18Possibly the share of 20234,013
01/11/202322:51ramPers back Inn ConTrol24
01/11/202322:16New Gas and Electricity Supplier223

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Yu (YU.) Most Recent Trades

Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2023-12-05 16:35:131,105.001101,215.50UT
2023-12-05 16:26:521,108.13911,008.39O
2023-12-05 16:14:381,109.051,00011,090.50O
2023-12-05 15:51:541,120.003283,673.60O
2023-12-05 15:40:011,108.131001,108.13O

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Posted at 05/12/2023 08:20 by Yu Daily Update
Yu Group Plc is listed in the Combination Utilities, Nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker YU.. The last closing price for Yu was 1,140p.
Yu currently has 16,316,215 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Yu is £182,741,608.
Yu has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 38.32.
This morning YU. shares opened at 1,140p
Posted at 04/12/2023 16:56 by sparky333
Well if there is going to be a TU it will be this week as if later not worth it as TU in Jan.A bit annoying if they do that as a longtime since we had actual numbers from YU based on situation as of End of H1 so a very long time ago. We have had snippets H2 is block buster but until we see some actual numbers just speculation what those numbers are.So YU FFS stop moaning about the share price when you don't give the market the data to support a significantly higher share price FY numbers will be looking pretty nailed on by now.
Posted at 29/11/2023 12:27 by sparky333
So with YU making 6 times more profit this year and on a PE of 7 for 2023 and GOOD on a PE of 18/19 for 2023 Makes a complete mockery of YUs current share price and I say time and time again YUs share price should be at least double current SP
Posted at 28/11/2023 09:19 by daveboy19
It's a very valid point and illustrates how bizarre the market is and investors are. Because YU has achieved far more than GOOD (except an H2 loss). Can we imagine what our share price would do with that word included in an RNS... There is more cash, profits and potential here yet even after numerous confirmations the price flounders. The market looks forward when it feels like it!
Solution - TU confirming bumper numbers and special dividend thereafter!
Direct cash benefits. Even Mr Market can't ignore that.
Posted at 23/11/2023 08:32 by fidra
It is the medium term that matters more not the daily fluctuations.
Look at the price last year when we knew the results would be good in January.Look at the price today.

Just the same really we could well triple next year if we are looking at into a billion turnover.

Posters here knew the p/e was too low for the share price to remain low.

The same this year ,we will rerate as it is not sustainable to be at 7 then looking forward to 3(?)the following year.

This assumes management signals are correct ,at the moment there is no reason to doubt that.
Posted at 01/11/2023 15:43 by disc0dave46
This was very painful, taking a filter off. And some keyboard warriors question what I post even if taken from memory and 0.1% out.
Some can clearly post misleading info and took constant challenges to finally get after a few days that yes 7.5% margin is not PAT but EBITDA.

Doobzright.png24 Oct '23 - 08:38 - 3435 of 3749
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Still confident of that 1500 by next year sparks?
Sparky333 - 24 Oct 2023 - 10:37:48 - 3436 of 3750 Possibly the share of 2023 - YU.
Totally 145p EPS , £50m+ in cash

Cheapest profitable company I can think off.

PE of 8 revivals 15-20

Sparky333 - 24 Oct 2023 - 19:00:51 - 3442 of 3750 Possibly the share of 2023 - YU.
Some pretty bold comments for someone who is a bull on cake box.

Love the subtle comments on margins. Not heard that nugget before.

Wafer thin apparently I think you need to read the RNS I would not call 7.5% net margin wafer thin, pretty impressive for an essential commodity not like cakes or clothes that are sentiment or free cash flow biased for families which are actually wafer thin if none existent.

Just wait for the next set of results or trading update which will make an even bigger mockery of the share price

disc0dave46right.png24 Oct '23 - 20:05 - 3446 of 3749 Edit
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Not arguing with the value here, have posted that. Plus not arguing about blah blah blah either.
You haven’t said how you get a net profit margin of 7.5%?, or that you actually do hold?.

Sparky333 - 26 Oct 2023 - 15:33:46 - 3502 of 3750 Possibly the share of 2023 - YU.
How is ramping a profitable company heading for a PE of 6 with £50m in cash and MC of only 160m ramping.

Float away because this company isn’t a debt ridden non profitable tech start up
Posted at 29/10/2023 16:19 by sparky333
But actually not for the current clients as YU hedge immediately the contract is signed but any new contract will be double H1 Talk all you want and running down a company that has done extraordinarily well during 3 once in a life time event with every metric surging is pretty stupid when you talk share price targets of 7.50 or something like thatThe PE would be 4-5 and never mind the cash position So yes the share price should be at least £20 if they hit the broker numbers
Posted at 29/10/2023 09:49 by disc0dave46
On the theme of shares in issue and share ownership etc:-Https:// mention 2 warnings (dangling their carrot for subs!) but looking at their risk analysis it includes 1) low margins (although some on here refuse to accept that fact), 2) volatile share price movement over the last 3 months. But IMO that's not too surprising given the free float and day traders amplifying the volatility. Such volatility also provides opportunities!.
Posted at 27/10/2023 11:11 by disc0dave46
“YU. is the complete opposite. No cash call’s, no share dilution, except for some small performance related options, profitable and growing rapidly with a massive market to tap into.”

Wouldn’t disagree but share dilution has been circa 20% since listing so wouldn’t say it’s been “small”. That’s in effect 20% off eps and 20% off the share price.
Posted at 27/10/2023 10:34 by markiemark321
Good morning Dave. Correct, the article doesn't mention YU. Just very close similarities.Most jam tomorrow companies or A/I you mention don't trade on a current p/e of 6. Soon to be a trailing p/e. Most are loss making, in debt and burning through cash like no tomorrow. With constant fund raises and share dilution until complete wipeout. I have been there.YU. is the complete opposite. No cash call's, no share dilution, except for some small performance related options, profitable and growing rapidly with a massive market to tap into. Yes we all know how things can change rapidly in the markets.But for now i like very much what i see and YU. ticks the boxes for me. I'm here for the long term. You pays your money... Good luck all, where ever you invest.
Posted at 16/10/2023 14:00 by newinvestor5
Should the share price fall below £12 I will certainly pick up more. Also made a first investment in Good Energy. Any dips in that share price I will be doing the same as I've done with YU.
Yu share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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