Luceco PLC (LUCEL)

London
366.50
-2.00(-0.54%)
  • Volume:
    326,369
  • Bid/Ask:
    0.00/0.00
  • Day's Range:
    355.50 - 378.00

LUCEL Overview

Prev. Close
368.5
Day's Range
355.5-378
Revenue
284.4M
Open
368
52 wk Range
175-513
EPS
0.22
Volume
326,369
Market Cap
563.03M
Dividend (Yield)
7.30
(1.98%)
Average Volume (3m)
220,582
P/E Ratio
16.76
Beta
1.42
1-Year Change
66.59%
Shares Outstanding
153,623,637
Next Earnings Date
21 Mar 2022
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Luceco PLC Company Profile

Luceco PLC Company Profile

Luceco plc offers a range of brands, including Luceco, BG Electrical, Masterplug and Ross. The Company's products include Luxpanel, Epsilon and ambient lighting. Luceco light emitting diode (LED) lighting provides commercial and domestic lighting solutions. BG Electrical is a wiring accessory manufacturing brand, which serves electrical trade and specifiers. BG Electrical's products include White Rounded Edge, Nexus Flaplate Screwless, Nexus Metal, Nexus Storm, Nexus Grid and Metal Clad. Masterplug supplies portable power equipment through do-it-yourself (DIY) outlets and street retailers. Masterplug offers products under various categories, including indoor power, such as plugs and adaptors, sockets, chargers and cables; outdoor power, such as case reel, weatherproof box and extension leads, and workpower, such as trailing sockets, inline connectors, cassette reels and cable reels. Ross offers a range of audio visual and home entertainment products.

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  • Markets obviously expected a positive trading update given the rise up to it; and there were positives in the statement: margins have been restored overseas growth is buoyant & debt has reduced. But they are not out of the woods yet. Debt is still high. Total sales has fallen slightly in a market which should be growing strongly; and there seems to be a bit of guessing about why sales in the UK have dropped: de-stocking by retailers is plausible, but if that is the main reason we should see a rebound fairly quickly. On a PE of under 10 in a strong growth market, the concerns are more than adequately priced in, so I think on the whole I'd class it as a buy
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