Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cobham LSE:COB London Ordinary Share GB00B07KD360 ORD 2.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +6.20p +4.44% 145.90p 145.30p 145.60p 146.90p 135.60p 141.80p 15,436,529 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 2,072.0 -39.8 -3.4 - 2,491.77

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24/10/201616:24Cobham Bid Target129
05/12/201018:08Cobham - Charts Thread41
16/2/200708:06Will war boost cobhams order book?48
27/5/200322:00SHORT SALE The war is over.3
05/1/200319:37Cobham - 100 K shares were sold below market price - Is sellers so desparate?2

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Cobham Daily Update: Cobham is listed in the Aerospace & Defence sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker COB. The last closing price for Cobham was 139.70p.
Cobham has a 4 week average price of 166.26p and a 12 week average price of 165.47p.
The 1 year high share price is 305.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 129.80p.
There are currently 1,707,863,851 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 10,579,172 shares. The market capitalisation of Cobham is £2,491,773,358.61.
lord gnome: AdamB1978 - Greetings - I would certainly expect / hope that the rebased dividend is secure and on that basis the shares look to be a reasonable buy for dividend in anticipation of longer term share price recovery. As regards the short term share price, unless the market now sees the refinanced Cobham as a screaming buy, which I doubt, the share price will suffer some short to medium term volatility whist the rights issue is absorbed. Previous experience with other companies has seen shares sold down to much closer to the rights issue price. If an institution is going to get 1000 shares in the rights issue that it doesn't really want and can't afford, why not sell their shares for 138p ex-rights and buy them back in the rights issue at 89p? If this doesn't happen, I will take it as a sign of institutional investor confidence in Cobham. Just my take on things.
adamb1978: Lord Gnome - why do you say 'The share price must however, surely suffer from the rights issue price of 89p'...its dropped today to a level roughly around the TERP so it has 'suffered'. From here it should move based on normal factors, rather than factors related to the RI. Do you mean some short term volatility whilst some holders decide that COB is no longer for them? Regarding the comments on the dividend, agree that the yield looks generous at a shade over 5% however it would be surprising if a credible company like COB announced that they were re-basing it (as they have done) and then realised that they couldnt pay for it!
lord gnome: The market has obviously done its calculations, but I am surprised to see these rising this morning. 7,4p divi on an ex-rights price of say, 140p gives a decent yield of 5.2%. The share price must however, surely suffer from the rights issue price of 89p, so this is one to buy on a dull day.
adamb1978: I've looked at Cobham for a while without ever buying but bought a few for my pension his morning. They're trading around 10x PE once adjusted for a £500m RI - that's not a multiple which they'll stay at for long. Either current estaimtes are too high, despite them coming down by about 40% since the problems were announced, or the share price is too low, or they'll be acquired by one of the many substantially larger companies in the sector. Either way I think its good value at current levels, though will probably take > 12 months for that value to emerge. Hence adding to pension where I have my most patient capital, rather than ISA or trading account
cwa1: Ouch:-
cashbunny: Thanks jeffian.They've done quite well then. Do you know why the pe is so low? I cant work out how to tell the difference between old fashioned pe rates when it was a mathematical thing and the recent habit of analysts altering them to reflect future ,estimated, earnings. This pe could mean the share price is much too low or that the projected profitd are low. Give me the old fashioned method any day!
davenash: Good grief - someone else who shows an interest in COB !! Thought I was the only one who bothered to look at this BB Strange share this - good company (local to me) wins a lot of contracts but suffers from indifference when it comes to the share price
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