Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Amiad Water Systems LSE:AFS London Ordinary Share IL0010943905 ORD ILS0.5
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 109.00p 105.00p 113.00p 109.00p 109.00p 109.00p 30.00 07:31:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 80.6 4.5 14.7 6.3 25.09

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09/12/2016
08:20
Amiad Water Daily Update: Amiad Water Systems is listed in the Industrial Engineering sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AFS. The last closing price for Amiad Water was 109p.
Amiad Water Systems has a 4 week average price of 115.35p and a 12 week average price of 126.35p.
The 1 year high share price is 180p while the 1 year low share price is currently 109p.
There are currently 23,019,607 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,131 shares. The market capitalisation of Amiad Water Systems is £25,091,371.63.
16/12/2013
21:13
cerrito: Evening Standard today ran a story on Matthew Sheldon the K Benson fund manager's purchase oif shares as per 11 Dec RNS; also interesting ti see Impax had increased their stake. Perhaps the share price have reached their bottom. Sheldon was quoted as saying it was a unique opportunity to get a stake.
22/4/2010
16:11
simon gordon: Moneyweek - March 2010: Make money from the global water shortage http://www.moneyweek.com/investment-advice/profit-from-the-global-water-shortage-47709.aspx One indirect play on this area is MoneyWeek favourite Amiad Filtration (LSE: AFS), an acquisitive industrial engineer and global supplier of low-maintenance, self-cleaning filtration and irrigation systems. After a decent recent run – the share price has ticked up around 18% in the last six months – the forward p/e ratio is still a modest 9.4 and the price/earnings growth (PEG) ratio just 0.8. The firm's forecast dividend yield is 2%, with expected cover of just under five times. Hold it if you've got it, buy it if you don't. ===== Cost of Arkal deal as flagged by AFS in January 2010: "Under the terms of the agreement, the consideration for Arkal will be satisfied by a combination of a cash payment of $10 million, to be paid to Beit Zera, and the issue of new ordinary shares of 0.5 NIS of Amiad, in an amount that will constitute 14.5% of the Company's issued share capital (on a fully diluted basis) immediately following the completion of the transaction ("Consideration Shares"), of which 9% shall be due to Bermad and the remaining 5.5% to Beit Zera. The Consideration Shares will be subject to a lock-in and orderly market arrangement, and will rank pari passu with Amiad's existing ordinary shares in issue."
22/9/2009
15:01
ted32: I'm surprised that this thread has been silent for so long. A good set of numbers from the interim results and a slow upward movement in the share price. I believe that we are at the start of something big. Sorry if this appears to be ramping.
17/5/2007
18:55
dorisken: I tink the MMs have just been manipulating this share price for some reason as there is just no volume to explain the movements over the last few weeks...
15/5/2007
14:14
dorisken: I do not pretend to understand this share price movements.... just why is it moving up now ?
30/4/2007
16:07
webby: No doubt that long term demand for products should be strong. Board comments on prelim results were "gradual sales growth" and "weakness in us dollar and higher cost of raw materials has put pressure on margins" These two factors continue to prevail and therefore difficult to see short term downward drift in share price being arrested.
30/4/2007
15:04
nickcduk: Im not sure its MM playing their silly tricks. There has been a flood of sells all day. They are all going to a good home as a buyer is mopping them up easily enough in lots of 20k. Should rebound to 100p over the next week or so. AGM in May should be relatively bullish as well. Atorka, the Kibbutz and directors have been buying at higher prices recently which is comforting. It would be nice to know who has put a sell recommendation on it. Im just thinking Panmure did that previously to trigger the share price collapse from 260p but I doubt it is them this time.
26/12/2006
17:51
kunalkoth: Been looking at these for a while now and have come to the decision that they aren't worth it at current levels - I'd be happy to pay 80p but not 150p. Reasons: - Competition - I see weak demand in irrigation for micro level filters. Competitors produce filters to sub-micron levels, therefore even industrial customers would look at Amiad twice before buying the micro from them and sub micro from someone else. Despite claims, self cleaning filters are nothing new or special. They are already widely available in India and China from local suppliers at a fraction of Amiad's price. - Growth - has been slow despite repeated claims of a wonder product from management. Turnover growth has been far too slow to warrant this share price. Extrapolate the past growth, and do the calc yourself to see what I mean. Apart from that the management seems competent, with a majority shareholding. Its a good business at an average price, not a good business at an excellent price.
23/6/2006
08:56
nickcduk: I think Amiad did what they needed to do to get their float away. Their website doesn't highlight any contract wins since December and their investor link just takes you to the lse home page. I think its pretty disgraceful really. Atorka must be fuming about being on the end of a major pump and dump by Amiads major shareholders. The financial year started 1st Jan and their results were out in late March. Thats almost 3 months of trading in the bag and they should have been patently aware of how trading was progressing. Instead they led the market to believe that trading was very strong and that allowed the founders to place nearly 15% of the shares into the market. I would be suprised if the founders werent insiders as to how trading was really progressing. Atorka have stopped buying stock now hence the share price collapse continuing as they are probably as clueless as the rest of us about what is really happening trading wise at the company. I think it was very convenient that Amiad also stopped reporting quarterly just at the time that it would have been apparent they were struggling. It is pretty disgraceful behaviour by both the company and Panmure for assisting in the pump and dump.
22/6/2006
21:15
nickcduk: Thanks for the update Simon. Its not suprising that the broker comment coincided with the collapse in the share price. I think its disgusting that Amiad didn't put out a trading statement regarding a slow down in orders. Im sure there are a lot of investors who have no idea about the content in Panmures note who have put the sell off down to market nerves when in fact it was all the insiders who were selling out. I sort of understand why Panmures didn't want to provide me with any information and also why the company kept on saying they couldn't help me. Ive emailed the company telling them that if they disseminate information selectively in the future Im going to report them to the FSA.
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