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Alumasc Share Chat (ALU)

Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Alumasc Group LSE:ALU London Ordinary Share GB0000280353 ORD 12.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00p -0.52% 191.50p 189.00p 194.00p 192.50p 191.50p 192.50p 12,769 08:09:40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 98.1 7.0 12.3 15.6 68.62

Alumasc Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/10/2015
10:18
recovering wellscottishfield
27/10/2015
11:51
I guess given the current market, and uncertain TU issued last week, a lot of people are waiting for the next set of numbers before buying in.imranawan
26/10/2015
11:23
On the turn here ?scottishfield
23/10/2015
09:42
Crazy fall here, topping up.scottishfield
22/10/2015
14:15
Back towards 150p?.gucci
22/10/2015
07:19
Don't fathom the fall? As jlo says it's a little profit warn. The words satisfactory and delay to timings don't inspire too much confidence. Will continue to hold long term and see what happens. Bit of a surprise tho, didn't see that coming this mornjamie261
22/10/2015
07:06
That was a sneaky little warning At least that is the way market sees itjlo10
22/10/2015
07:06
is that agm statement pessimistic. I think not. Dont fathom the fallhybrasil
13/10/2015
07:15
Broke short term resistance at 212 yesterday. Which is nice.bruceylegs
30/9/2015
14:38
.... today. Seems I spoke too soon.cestnous
30/9/2015
07:33
Just keeps going up :¬)cestnous
26/9/2015
11:29
Naked Trader's view:"I've bought some Alumasc (ALU). This one looks to be in the middle of a rerating and deservely so.Profit is up 15% and it's moved into a net cash position. It is benefitting from a much improved demand from UK construction.It seems to be re-focusing, getting rid of some poor performing businesses which means its debt has now gone.Dividend is up substantially and unless the market as a whole really tanks it looks to have some decent upside of 25% or so. It is certainly breaking out very strongly - a break through 200p would be very promising for a rise up to 225p area quite quickly barring a market collapse but I feel fair value is around 250p so for me plenty of upside left.I think a lot of investors find it hard to buy a share that has already risen a lot - but believe me - it's often better buy something that's gone up!ALU goes ex dividend next Thursday for a very decent 3.5pdividend, so that to look forward to."marky55
25/9/2015
12:45
NT mentioned ALU on his website yesterday, commenting that "it looks to have a decent upside of 25% or so. That no doubt helped sentiment a bit. BR.blackrabbit
25/9/2015
11:25
Very quiet here. Nice to see it through 200 :¬)cestnous
24/9/2015
21:31
British motorists are preparing a blockbuster lawsuit that could cost scandal-hit Volkswagen billions of pounds. Hundreds of thousands of VW, Audi and SEAT owners are set to use new ‘class action’ rights. Rival car makers may be dragged into the lawsuit too if they are also found to have fiddled emissions tests. VW has admitted fixing the exhaust gas checks on its diesel cars to make them appear more green. Deep trouble: Although Volkswagen has put aside £5billion to cope with the global recall of some 11million vehicles, experts warn the final bill could force the company into bankruptcy Deep trouble: Although Volkswagen has put aside £5billion to cope with the global recall of some 11million vehicles, experts warn the final bill could force the company into bankruptcy Eleven million vehicles with the ‘defeat devices’ were sold worldwide and hundreds of thousands are thought to be on Britain’s roads. Owners, whose cars could plunge in value, can now band together in ‘collective actions’ under the Consumer Rights Act, which comes into force next Thursday. VW has put aside £5billion to cope with the recall crisis but experts warn the final bill could force it into bankruptcy. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3246834/UK-drivers-sue-Volkswagen-billions-Class-action-threat-fiddled-diesel-tests.html#ixzz3mh4RYqd8 Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook Do they supply VW, Audi, Cayenne?onjohn
22/9/2015
11:08
Not while it stays blue on a day like today.cestnous
22/9/2015
08:29
Soon be time to sell, then! ;-)pvb
17/9/2015
09:02
Tipped as a buy in "Shares" mag today.cestnous
14/9/2015
14:00
Good volume.someuwin
14/9/2015
10:14
Ticking up a bit.someuwin
11/9/2015
07:56
From I.C. today; Alumasc builds momentum Alumasc (ALU) delivered its best performance since the recession as product innovation, new staff and further forays into the buoyant London and south-east construction markets drove underlying operating profit up 16 per cent to £9m. Investors cheered the news, sending shares in the building products supplier up 7 per cent on results day. New products and systems accounted for a fifth of full-year sales. Management’s recruitment of “high calibre” staff also played a key role in driving growth. New talent helped the roofing and walling division break into higher-growth markets and spurred a 22 per cent rise in divisional revenue. Chief executive Paul Hooper believes Alumasc can capitalise more on demand for building products following the sale of the struggling precision engineering business and Pendock Profiles unit. Those disposals, coupled with a 37 per cent jump in operating cash flow, pushed Alumasc’s bank balance into the black. Management plans to use the war chest to make acquisitions and continue investing in new products and facilities. Broker Peel Hunt forecasts adjusted EPS of 19.5p in the year to June 2016 (up from 18.4p in full-year 2015). Alumasc’s building products businesses have grown about 3 per cent faster than the wider industry over the past five years. The shares are up 32 per cent since our buy tip (130p, 19 February 2015), yet still trade at just nine times forecast earnings. That flags value to us. DL Buycestnous
03/9/2015
08:15
03 Sep 2015 Alumasc Group PLC ALU finnCap Buy Old target 190.00 New target 210.00someuwin
03/9/2015
07:36
Actually MG, it's not 25% of PBT but a one-off payment of 25% of any PBT in excess of this year's 8.4mm. Even including the pension cash payments of £2.9mm, the FCF/EV is less than 10 which is pretty good value for something growing as fast as ALU.wjccghcc
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