|buy||SELL: 0%||HOLD: 0%||BUY: 100%|
|% From 52WK High||-2.12% (26,561)|
|% From 52WK Low||31.79% (19,727)|
|Business||PSG is an investment holding company consisting of a diverse portfolio of underlying investments that operate across a wide range of industries including banking, education, financial services, food and related business, and private equity....Read More|
|Results||February 2019 Final estimated to be released on Wednesday, 24 April 2019|
|AGM||Next AGM date: Friday , 26 July 2019|
|Market Cap||R 60,309,171,956|
|P/E Ratio||24.75||Dividend Yield||SUB REQUIRED|
|Offshore Earnings Component||Zero|
|08/02/2019||PSG GROUP LIMITED - Dealing In PSG Shares By An Associate Of A Director|
|06/02/2019||PSG GROUP LIMITED - Dealing In PSG Shares By An Associate Of A Director|
|11/01/2019||PSG GROUP LIMITED - Appointment Of Independent Chairman|
|23/11/2018||PSG GROUP LIMITED - Dealing In PSG Shares By Associates Of A Director|
|20/11/2018||PSG GROUP LIMITED - Retirement Jannie Mouton|
|13/11/2018||PSG GROUP LIMITED - Dealing In PSG Shares By Associates Of Directors|
|29/10/2018||PSG GROUP LIMITED - Dealing In PSG Shares By An Associate Of Directors|
|WHO WE ARE
PSG is an investment holding company consisting of a diverse portfolio of underlying investments that operate across a wide range of industries including banking, education, financial services, food and related business, and private equity. Our market capitalisation (net of treasury shares) is approximately R40bn, while we have influence over companies with a combined market capitalisation of approximately R140bn.
There are seven main business units on which we report, namely:
OUR OBJECTIVE AND STRATEGY
Our long-term economic goal has always been to continuously create wealth for our shareholders through a combination of share price appreciation and the payment of dividends. In order to achieve this, we have invested in a diversified portfolio of businesses with high growth potential that consistently yield above-average returns, while contributing positively to society.
PSG has always been good at early-stage investing - building businesses (such as Capitec, Curro and PSG Konsult) alongside entrepreneurs from the development stage:
South Africa's forecast GDP growth for 2016 is below 1% compared to an average historical annual growth rate of 3% since 1994. Given rising inflation, we can expect further interest rate hikes, which will put additional pressure on the consumer, and ultimately the economy.
However, PSG's companies are well positioned to weather the more challenging environment and to continue growing given their relatively small market share within their respective sectors. This, coupled with a strong balance sheet, should see PSG continue delivering above-market returns.