Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Avon Rubber LSE:AVON London Ordinary Share GB0000667013 ORD #1
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00p -0.19% 1,049.00p 1,038.00p 1,050.00p 1,055.00p 1,040.00p 1,050.00p 8,925 16:35:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 142.9 21.6 74.2 14.1 325.43

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Avon Rubber Daily Update: Avon Rubber is listed in the Aerospace & Defence sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AVON. The last closing price for Avon Rubber was 1,051p.
Avon Rubber has a 4 week average price of 945p and a 12 week average price of 905p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,125p while the 1 year low share price is currently 718p.
There are currently 31,023,292 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 18,392 shares. The market capitalisation of Avon Rubber is £325,434,333.08.
philanderer: Herald Scotland newspaper 'John Phelps's portfolio' We were reluctant sellers of our notional holdings in Avon Rubber last week when its share price finally triggered a sell signal under our stop loss system. The shares had been hovering on the brink for the past few weeks as a result of selling by nervous investors following the abrupt departure of chief executive Rob Rennie after little more than a year in the job. The company says trading in products ranging from military gas masks to teats for milking machines continues in line with expectations and no fewer than three stockbroking firms believe the shares are now some 20 per cent undervalued. But we make it a rule to eject virtually all share tips which have fallen 10 per cent from previous peaks. Only New Year selections enjoy a temporary reprieve to allow for a three month settling in period. The disposal crystallised a loss of just more than £100 for the 2014 portfolio which has also hit by a fall in the price of supermarkets group William Morrison after it warned on the trading outlook for 2017. HTTP://
petethehippy: Great set of results might see a little jump. Statement says trading is weighted to second half and was bullish on second half but I believe the share price going forward will reflect confidence in second half trading. Who knows?!
ch1ck: The share price hit an automatic trigger point today and I sold my full holding.I will watch and wait and see what happens to the share price.
ch1ck: Just logged in saw the news which secures a third of there revenue in one go. The share remarkably have not moved so pilled in.The share price Will move up !
ch1ck: Markets oversold this includes Avon. I am expecting an announcement soon on the American military contract, this will have an instant boost to the share price.The campaign for a fair price for dairy farmers is growing watch out for A2 milk products these are selling at a 100% premium and will form a catalyst for a price rise.Doubled up on my shares today.Looking for the bounce
cheaky monkey: I agree nehpets81, a nice buy today from the new CEO does leave me to wonder if it was a little bit planned IMHO. Given the general market jitters at the moment, anything other than mega positive is being hammered, so knowing new CEO would likely put his hand in his pocket, what better way than with a nice lower share price? Call me cynical but I for one topped up as have complete confidence in this co, usually a nice tuck away share so last weeks drop was very unusual. ALL IMHO DYOR!! CM
cockneyrebel: Results out - appear to have beaten eps forecasts by abou 10% on an adjusted basis - that's after revisions up. Share price slipping back a tad - which seems typical imo. CR
mike740: Market Buzz WH Ireland says buy Avon Rubber on positive FY results Wed, 19 November 2014 WH Ireland says buy Avon Rubber on positive FY results Avon Rubber Price: 702.50 Chg: 43.00 Chg %: 6.52% Broker WH Ireland is advising investors to inflate their portfolios with Avon Rubber after the maker of gas masks and milking equipment lifted its annual profits by 21.2% to £16.6m. Avon said orders in its protection and defence division, which makes masks and other equipment for emergency services, the military and industrial and energy customers around the world, had risen 26% to £93m, while 2015 orders were already at £33m. WH Ireland said the outlook for Avon was highly encouraging and raised its two-year fully diluted earnings per share expectations by 5.9% for both years. "We maintain our 'buy' recommendation and raise our share price target to 825p from 800p," the broker said. Shares rose 23.5p or 3.6% to 683p at 13:07 in London
18bt: Surprised no comment on here about the great IMS yesterday. Haven't seen any revised forecasts. Share price up from 300p a year ago - rating now appropriate, but still room for share price growth if the profits keep on being revised upwards imho.
jeffian: It's certainly done well recently after years in the doldrums. I bought 'old' Avon as a yield play which, like so many, was forced to cut or waive the divi when the crunch came and I'm slightly disappointed that they don't feel braver about reinstating it. Yes, it's up year-on-year but it's covered 9x by underlying earnings per share and provides only a measly 1% yield on the share price. I can see that substantial amounts of cash are being reinvested in R&D, so maybe this will result in higher returns in years to come. In the meantime, I'd prefer to see any surplus cash returned to shareholders in the form of dividends rather than share buy-backs, which flatter the NAV and EPS figures but don't necessarily get reflected in the share price.
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