Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fenner LSE:FENR London Ordinary Share GB0003345054 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00p -0.34% 295.00p 290.75p 294.75p 303.00p 292.50p 303.00p 276,626.00 16:35:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 572.5 -30.3 -13.6 - 572.31

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/3/2017
13:53
2017 outlook – updated January 2017 “Whilst market conditions remain similar to those reflected in our November statement, we are performing well and gaining traction from market share gains and from our refocusing of the businesses. As a consequence, the Board envisages that the Group's results for the current financial year will be comfortably above previous expectations.” Fenner PLC Overview February 2017, p60
turbocharge
15/3/2017
01:22
Good overview presentation from February may be found here: Http://www.fenner.com/en/investors_media/reporting_centre/presentations Cautious optimism seems to be the theme with the potential for the medical side getting stronger and stonger.
lauders
13/3/2017
16:18
Cheers :o)
1fox1
13/3/2017
16:09
was reply from investor relations to email enquiry
wynmck
13/3/2017
15:37
Http://www.fenner.com/en/investors_media/financial_calendar The non-release of a trading statement is thanks to wynmck's inquiry.
lauders
13/3/2017
15:17
Where did you get that info wynmck? Can't find any myself. No RNS
1fox1
13/3/2017
12:06
Thanks Wynmuk
jitters3
13/3/2017
10:58
"we are not intending to issue a trading statement this month. Our half year results will be released on 19 April" (from Co. today)
wynmck
13/3/2017
10:30
Glad I did up 4pc maybe a leak on the trading update
jitters3
05/3/2017
18:30
Decided to let this run thanks guys you reassured me
jitters3
05/3/2017
07:05
FENR dividend due this Thursday: Http://www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/news/AN_1488557105862344900/uk-dividends-calendar---next-7-days.aspx
lauders
01/3/2017
21:03
Not a sell on any level at this juncture IMO. All the momentum is on the buy side. Cannot advise as regards portfolios and strategies of others because that's an idividual choice/ set of rules but generally speaking this is a winner that you run. Ben Graham used to sell half his holdings once they doubled...but he was a value investor purely so there was some sense in that. Cyclicals such as these really don't follow valuation methodology. Momentum is where it's at here (IMO, DYOR and all that).
thorpematt
24/2/2017
14:37
I'm thinking of doing the opposite.
bouleversee
24/2/2017
14:09
Directors bought 28k shares at 296 p recently undecided whether to sell after a great run
jitters3
27/1/2017
01:46
Think no dice has his/her finger pretty much on the pulse there. FENR lost a lot of cred and value when the miners tanked. Now that things are improving and they have been applying a lot of cost-cutting measures during the tough times things are rosier again. They also have the medical side which has been consistently strong, although a small part of the overall business. They used to pay a good dividend, but the cost-cutting literally cut that back. Perhaps improved sentiment and hopefully profits will increase the dividend again. Anyway, I wish I bought more than I did now!
lauders
26/1/2017
20:09
I put it down to a switch in sentiment towards the commodity sector, beginning early 2016. Just look at the charts for Anglo or Rio - they pretty much mirror what you see here.
no dice
26/1/2017
13:03
And it continues to go higher. There must be huge operational gearing here so any higher volumes will kick in nicely to the bottom line. Metals prices doing well. Coal less so but belts don't last forever.
meijiman
18/1/2017
13:07
And Mr. Ducey buying shares now £50k worth. Not a small sum. Very interesting indeed
cc2014
12/1/2017
14:23
Well in my view you have improving fundamentals plus possible corporate things. The most obvious is the separation of the two businesses -who knows? Fenner is quite well understood in the USA by reason of its business(es)- also most of its debt is US private placement-think $ denominated.
meijiman
12/1/2017
13:53
It is all very strange and the price continues to go up on very little volume which is strange in itself.
cc2014
12/1/2017
08:54
Well I've got no more idea of what might happen than the next man. But have a read of the RNS from 20th Dec. That was about the appointment of Vanda Murray as Chairman and also said the company strongly opposed the appointment of Mr Ducey (think that's his name). So the next RNS with Murray in charge says the company welcomes Mr Ducey and praises his skillset. There are definitely a few things going on here.
meijiman
11/1/2017
21:58
Interesting. I hadn't spotted that. Ty. I am a little surprised that 6% gets you a non-exec appointment and the wording of the RNS seems a little strained "the board has determined..." I was struggling a bit with whether to sell or not. Part of my reasoning was the rise on so little volume. It felt artificial. I bought at 195 and have had some dividends on the way down before selling out for 285. I am struggling to understand what is fundamentally not in the public domain which wasn't reasonably obvious over a decent time frame when the price was 100. (apart from the exchange rate) Mind you it's the same with lots of stocks at the moment. I own Weir as well which is kind of similar. It's more than doubled in price as well and I've sold a third of my holding in that as well this week.
cc2014
11/1/2017
19:05
I think that move was unwise. Mr Dacey? Darcey ?of Teleios Capital goes onto the Board and today Teleios buys more shares. This new bird at the top seems to be calling the shots.
meijiman
11/1/2017
18:39
I sold mine today at 285.5. I think it's getting overbought for the moment. I would probably buy back in 10% lower if I get the chance
cc2014
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