|Harvey Nash Grp
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|Why a sudden drop on no fresh news?|
|That chart looks a bit sad!|
|the share price says it all|
|60.25 on the Offer is rather tempting for a top up...
any feedback from the recent investor meeting anyone?|
|quite a commitment then - i wish you every success with it :)|
|is that 74,737 late trade yours then heapos?|
|Bought 75,000 for my SIPP this morning.|
|Quietly creeping back up on the bid.|
|Same here David - thanks for the offer though.
Some volume just gone through there - a seller clearing with any luck!|
|Thanks David. As usual I cannot make it; however, any feedback would be interesting to hear and gratefully received...|
|I have arranged for the company to present to a group of us this Friday from noon if any of you are interested in coming along ? Marshalls and Learning Tech will also present. Just email me at mellomeeting.co.uk|
|Results say, rest of world revenue up 8.4%, gross profit up 13.7% operating profit 0.1m gbp. Which would be -86% come to think of it, how do you turn 30m revenue into 0.1 profit? Awful lot of overheads or mighty big bad debt write off|
|Whatever. 6.3% yield assuming 4p and a 63p shareprice.
Fullyear forecasts were 9p - let's be mean and say 8p.
PE = 8.
Most of the sector is on 10 plus and some at 15 plus.
CHEAP every way you look at it.|
|Regardless of what the one-off costs are spooky, the company attributes them to the uncertainty created in the lead up to the EU referendum -
"Operating profit of GBP4.2m was 19.0%1(,2) lower than the prior year, mainly due to the impact of uncertainty in the UK caused by the EU referendum. This significantly affected higher margin permanent recruitment fees, the impact of which flowed directly to operating profits. This gave rise to the inclusion of a number of one-off costs, relating to the reduction of headcount in the UK."
Perhaps if the management are as devious as you suggest, there may be a heap of other one-costs thrown in that are not referendum related. However, uncertainty over the referendum result itself no longer exists so it'll be interesting to see if the pick up noted in July is sustained and further one-off costs are avoided.|
|Would you like to speculate on what the one off costs might be?|
|To me it looks like the issue is operating profit. Digging in on this I think the issue was one off costs in uk and us|
|At least 7 years in fact speed, (I have held these in varying amounts for approaching 9 years, my own records don't go back more than 8.5 years on dividends). Full year dividend was 1.9p in 2008 when the share price was around 40p.|
|I note the company's caution is reflected in the 5% increase in the interim dividend. Over the previous 5yrs the interim has increased by 9-10% which has also been in line with the respective full yr increase each yr.|
|I agree, I would not buy on speculation. I'm sure some people would though. But I'm in the hole now and probs not the best time to sell, given I do believe things have improved in the last month. Next results hopefully won't include exceptionals. Got to wonder what the downside is now.|
|I agree with that but you can't buy/hold on to a share based purely on that.|
|Weak management/low share price/high divi/generates cash. Sounds like a target for a different recruiter to me,|
|Senior management here are weak! Been there years and achieved very little!|
|A hold for me too. Brexit was always going to cause uncertainty much of which maybe priced in already.|