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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Andrews Sykes LSE:ASY London Ordinary Share GB0002684552 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 312.50p 300.00p 325.00p 312.50p 312.50p 312.50p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 60.1 13.4 25.6 12.2 132.07

Andrews Sykes Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/7/2016
09:48
Signs that after some fresher air and showers things may warm up again. Watch this space.
keithfox
15/7/2016
15:09
Tks for that ...interesting
ignoble
15/7/2016
14:37
I understand from management that c27C starts to spark extra demand. Company really likes 'extended heatwaves' -- a couple of weeks or more of c27C, rather than short-lived bursts of exceptionally hot sun. Longer the heatwave, longer the rental period. Heatwaves are more profitable than cold snaps, which in turn are more profitable than floods. Fingers crossed for an extended heatwave!
tmfmayn
15/7/2016
10:11
OK, getting hot over the weekend and lasting into next week, maybe Wednesday/Thursday. As usual, warmest in the south with the likelihood of 30C in London but it does look as though it wont last much longer, but who knows. Not going to massive for ASY but should spark a bit of interest.
keithfox
12/7/2016
10:30
It is going to get very warm by the weekend, especially south/southeast as usual. Not sure about length of hot spell but indications at present suggest short-lived, again as usual. However, 30% chance of something lasting into/through next week. Chance of 30C London.
keithfox
12/7/2016
09:21
It's MAY in JULY. ha-ha. QP
quepassa
09/7/2016
22:10
Chap from WeatherAction predicting a Spanish Plume arriving mid July and llasting for 6 weeks ... Very hot weather is the prediction We'll see
ignoble
03/7/2016
22:17
Tks anyway
ignoble
01/7/2016
16:05
No signs of a real summer in the July forecast I have just received, cannot provide a link sorry.
blueliner
23/6/2016
09:16
Tks as always
ignoble
23/6/2016
09:15
Tks as always
ignoble
23/6/2016
08:48
Sorry, nothing to get excited about for a while. Will let you know if there are any signs of a summer.
keithfox
20/6/2016
09:51
Any sign of a heatwave yet , Keith ? Will it ever stop raining ?
ignoble
05/6/2016
19:25
I'll keep my eyes open !
ignoble
05/6/2016
16:01
Probably better off with an Ark but who am I? There's only one thing worse than a cold blob.......a warm blob. Spot a warm blob and you are in trouble.
keithfox
04/6/2016
08:27
I love the term "cold blob" ... they were using it on the BBC as a way of describing our current climate. I think I will start building an Arc ... worked for Noah
ignoble
03/6/2016
23:00
The Jet Stream is in the wrong place!!! No wonder it's more like Feb than June. Hit the animate button:- http://www.netweather.tv/index.cgi?action=jetstream;sess= ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
03/6/2016
19:21
Fair bit of news coverage regarding climate issues at present (including some on bloomberg today). The jet stream is presently in an very unusual location at and causing some un-seasonal low pressures over europe. In addition to this we have the north atlantic "cold blob" to add to the mix.
thorpematt
03/6/2016
10:54
Thanks chaps! All very helpful. hadn't considered that they might additionally be trucking in equipment from UK. Not very far, after all.-Good point Sure that ASY will do all in their power to assist. when we had those terrible UK floods a couple of years ago ( The Thames overspilling), ASY did a good job and their services and equipment were in full use. Weird weather again. Seems that last year's terrible El Nino has given birth to La Nina after all this year. All this activity due to extreme weather, should feed through very positively to their income for the year. Thanks again all. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
03/6/2016
10:40
Howdy Keith At last , us long termers are seeing the benefit of our faith ,lol ! I think my first purchase ,many years ago was around 72p ish Think the most I paid was 230p so Sykes have done me well .
ignoble
03/6/2016
10:35
They have opened a few depots around Paris and I would imagine they will bring in pumps and driers from the UK as they won't be very busy here at the moment, same with the Low Countries and Milan. However, our aircon will start to get busy next week, so all in all looking good. Sympathies to all those badly affected on the Continent of course, but ASY can help out a bit.
keithfox
03/6/2016
09:03
QP hxxp://www.andrews-sykes.com/worldlocations/ Not sure what scale the French operation in Paris is , but I'm guessing they're busy.
rhomboid
03/6/2016
08:53
Terrible floods in the Paris area and parts of Southern Germany. Sympathies to all affected. Does Sykes have coverage and depots in the affected areas please? Thanks. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
02/6/2016
12:30
It's a while since I posted on the weather but It looks like some favourable stuff is possible. Well, the European floods will be giving the foreign depots something to do re pumps/driers etc. but as far as we are concerned it looks like some reasonably hot weather is due next week, and fairly widespread too so aircon should start to see some movement.
keithfox
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