Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ensor Holdings LSE:ESR London Ordinary Share GB0003186409 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.00p +1.92% 53.00p 52.00p 54.00p 53.00p 52.00p 52.00p 84,765.00 08:19:53
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 19.2 2.8 10.8 4.9 15.90

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07/12/201609:11esr742.00
11/6/201007:23ENSOR - PE of 8 and Growing Profits. Strong Balance Sheet73.00
22/12/200318:32Change of direction could mean it's time to buy this unknown12.00
09/1/200212:17It's outrageous !!10.00

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10/12/2016
08:20
Ensor Daily Update: Ensor Holdings is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ESR. The last closing price for Ensor was 52p.
Ensor Holdings has a 4 week average price of 59.23p and a 12 week average price of 65.21p.
The 1 year high share price is 92.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 51.50p.
There are currently 29,995,976 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 71,084 shares. The market capitalisation of Ensor Holdings is £15,897,867.28.
28/11/2016
12:15
pavey ark: harrogate, I suspect you may be correct as my information came second hand over the phone. In fairness to my broker they did want to pass me on to Corporate Actions to clarify and go over the particular case but as my share are not presently in my SIPP the easiest and cheapest route for me is to just let them send me a share certificate. As I have capital gains allowance to spare there are no tax implications and when the company is sold I'll just deal with their broker directly. On a broader note; we are where we are and unless you think that the major shareholders are going to stuff their saddle bags with the loot and ride into the sunset (in which case you should certainly sell) then a little run through the most recent accounts will show that we are getting close to a share price that gives almost no value to the two remaining units. This is just my view of the current situation and I wouldn't like to get into any sort of an argument over this. I have increased my holdings and have an average of 64p and I am hopeful of turning a reasonable profit here. On a risk/reward this look like a reasonable punt.
25/11/2016
13:06
jaf111: This just gets better and better.....yet again this is all about maximising shareholder value - and how rewarding to see the share price chart since this process was all announced....yes the shares have doubled in price.....or am I reading the chart upside down and the share price has halved!!!! Unbelievable
14/9/2016
07:30
tiswas: Gengulphus Thanks for the comprehensive response. I accept everything that you write but sadly it just goes to emphasise what a pig's ear the directors have made of this entire process. A sales process that has lasted more than 15 months with two core businesses still not sold. A share price below where it was when they started to out shareholder value. No apparent plan as to how they are going to distribute the cash received to date to shareholders in a tax efficient manner. (Not a problem to those of us with smaller shareholdings within an ISA) So, anyone care to guess how long N months is?
19/8/2016
10:56
jaf111: You are not alone tiswas.....and as we can see from the trend in share price, the longer it drags the worse it gets....
27/7/2016
11:02
carcosa: "It's fair to say that we have reaped hefty gains from takeover situations in the past 18 months ('On the acquisition trail', 4 Jul 2016). Indeed, no fewer than 12 of the companies on my watchlist have exited the stock market since the start of last year and at a 50 per cent-plus average premium to my advised buy-in prices. However, it's not a one-way bet as the case of Ensor (ESR:73p), a Manchester-based company focused on the manufacturing and supply of physical security products and packaging, highlights." http://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/2016/07/26/comment/simon-thompson/four-small-caps-with-upside-potential-1HeSkxM4pLi0J1ySDrbzQP/article.html#comments Am not a subscriber but from the gist of the initial paragraph and todays share price action I assume he has changed his mind regarding the valuation?
26/7/2016
08:28
carcosa: Shanklin: Just short of 25k Averaged a sale price of 67.5p and an overall loss Sorry once again for the share price action but at least you guys can largely attribute to me; and I made a mistake. I had a negative expectation because of the planned delay in releasing the prelims and rapidly scanned reading the prelims I homed in on a phrase that confirmed my self-bias. Personally management could have been considerably more transparent on total valuation at the end of the process but trawling through these prelims I'm of the opinion that the ultimate base valuation is around 75p acknowledging that is quite some way off the 100-115p/share that has been mentioned on these boards. I hope I am wrong (again!). I do, however, think that the final realisation could be quite a few months aways. FWIW my valuation is largely based on a multiple of the profits of the remaining businesses as detailed at Companies House; albeit this year's accounts are not available as yet. Was pleasing to see they got the pension issue resolved at the lower end of their initial estimate. Should the share price fall back a tad then I'll be tempted to buy back in, if there is a subsequent tip in the press regarding the company that sends the share price above 75-80p then I'll probably sell at that level.
14/7/2016
07:24
carcosa: I suppose until ESR issue an RNS then there is an opportunity to buy or sell your current shares depending on whether you believe this is positive/negative/neutral for the share price. Sorta insider trading lol!
12/7/2016
10:57
jaf111: Well the original breakup announcement was May 2015.....this process is certainly taking longer than I expected...... Share price has risen today but is pretty minor when say looking at the one year chart......and go back a few months when people were talking about 115 to 125p return. The crux (and I am not sure of the answer) is whether they are getting good prices.....with the share price still well below the 115p it seems that either they are not, or the market has got it very wrong. With a small stake in ESR I hope it is the latter!
12/7/2016
10:25
carcosa: 'Finally'...'Muted'? Not how I would describe the situation. Today's announcement is on top of a couple of freehold sales and now we have the second subsidiary sold. Currently a 7-8% increase in the share price. All in all ESR appear to be getting good prices for all of their sales to date.
23/11/2015
12:56
cockerhoop: It's Simon Thompson in the IC re-iterating that he believes the company will be sold for 125p. hTTp://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/2015/11/23/comment/simon-thompson/bid-watch-bcqUb0QTS1AEkLqbcFEh8H/article.html A snippet: 'I recommended buying the shares shortly after that announcement was made when the share price was 97p, targeting a minimum share price of 125p to reflect the value of the assets that could be sold ('Building up for a takeover', 22 Jun 2015). Investors cottoned on and Ensor's share price subsequently rallied to 123p in July before succumbing to profit taking. However, at the current offer price of 99p I firmly believe this is another great opportunity to buy into this M&A situation and one that is likely to reach a conclusion in the coming months.'
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