Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hansard LSE:HSD London Ordinary Share IM00B1H1XF89 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.60p -2.89% 87.40p 90.00p 92.60p 87.40p 87.40p 87.40p 12,496 09:27:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Life Insurance 0.0 7.7 5.6 15.6 119.98

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Hansard Daily Update: Hansard is listed in the Life Insurance sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HSD. The last closing price for Hansard was 90p.
Hansard has a 4 week average price of 83p and a 12 week average price of 83p.
The 1 year high share price is 112p while the 1 year low share price is currently 72p.
There are currently 137,281,202 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 444,791 shares. The market capitalisation of Hansard is £119,983,770.55.
loganair: It seems to me that what is really holding the share price back is: "The group continues to manage litigation exposures of Hansard Europe. Outstanding writs total €16.3m (£14.3m $18.6m), up €600,000 from the half-year."
solarno lopez: No, in theory all information should be in the public domain but the price keeps falling so is there information that is not public but is detrimental to the share price and some one is trading on that ?
carcosa: Also; 1. Further adverse development on the provision for bad debts 2. Increased litigation defense activity I got out of these in September last year and cannot see an overwhelming reason to buy back in at the current share price.
mortimer7: Positive trading update this morning. However, not much of a share price response & volume fairly low after yesterdays spike. Need to generate some interest to get this going upwards IMO.
carcosa: Until the litigation issues are finally resolved I think the likelihood of a big uptrend in the share price is muted. If it goes Hansard's way then a 15+% jump in the shareprice is likely. But that could be a couple years away,...
deepvalueinvestor: They are administrators so get a fee for funds under management and regular savings plans. This means they missed out on the equity rally as most of the underlying clients just want a low risk chunk of their assets in the west. Typically 15% of their wealth.Indeed, rising interest rates would hurt but with increasing wealth in emerging markets they should be getting more investors sheltering funds. Their sales teams haven't done a great job in recent years though and this is why the share price is so depressed but a move to regular savings has improved the quality of the business and reduced the reliance on selling new products. I'm no expert on their business but this is my understanding.
pvb: I guess he can afford it! Only about 2% of what he made on the float. I really don't understand the business of this company, but I still find myself asking: If it can't make money in a bull market for shares and investments when will it make money? A bear market? Why? With it's share price ups and downs, this company looks to be a good trading stock for those so inclined.
pvb: I remember when it was an 11% yield. And that was on a higher share price!
garycook: Anyone know what is the problem with the HSD share price at the moment?
chrisb1103: Appreciated your posted forecasts and comments loganair. A factor widely reported with HSD share price is poor liquidty, and so currently with a seller the share price has taken a hit. I remain a buyer here at this price for income clearly given the yield but also opportunities for capital growth. Q2 new business figures are due on 27/01 and if they are as good as Q1 - GBP51.8m, an increase of 58.4% over the same period in the previous financial year (Q1 2010: GBP32.7m)... we'll see. The interim divi is announced on 24/02 for XD 2/03 so another likely share price driver here. Whilst i note their cash has clearly reduced from the very high levels of 2008/09 they have "continued to generate strong net cash flows", and so unless i'm missing something glaring (has happened before), the divis are surely comfortably safe. With the yield so high you have to feel it must come down by a rising share price. The reported sustained impressive Q by Q Growth in new business must surely be driving up IFRS reported EPS with scope to beat forecasts above imo. I do regard HSD as a solid player in the sector and note their regarded "low-risk business model" and industry beating margins. However, DYOR goes without saying when it comes to wading through the complexities of the accounts of a financial services organisation.
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