Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hayward Tyl LSE:HAYT London Ordinary Share IM00B511CF53 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00p -2.47% 39.50p 39.00p 40.00p 40.50p 39.50p 40.50p 391,774.00 14:57:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 61.6 3.0 4.9 8.1 21.88

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Hayward Tyl Daily Update: Hayward Tyl is listed in the Industrial Engineering sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HAYT. The last closing price for Hayward Tyl was 40.50p.
Hayward Tyl has a 4 week average price of 53.29p and a 12 week average price of 66.43p.
The 1 year high share price is 95p while the 1 year low share price is currently 39.50p.
There are currently 55,384,856 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 264,545 shares. The market capitalisation of Hayward Tyl is £21,877,018.12.
thorne3: It would make a lot of sense for a placing of say £5m of stock to be arranged at this point in time in order to take out the Bank's short term facility of £2.3m and to provide additional working capital.This would not only restore confidence in the share price which is now becoming heavily oversold but also encourage customers who might be having doubts about the viability of the Group to place orders.It seems very surprising to me that the Directors of HAYT have not taken this course of action already.
pugugly: Share price continues to fall - I suspect an iceberg sell in the background as transaction prices for those ADVFN indicates as buys do not make sense to me against prior sells marked at 42p Could it be that a placing is being worked ?? Thoughts ?
investoree: A very pleasant change today from the long term trend with HAYT going Ex Dividend for 0.58 pence and the share price responding by advancing 3 pence. Perhaps news on the Swansea tidal barrier has switched people onto the fact that this is an area of HAYt's expertise. I certainly hope so as being a very, very long term investor who was substantially in profit now find that my rather large HAYT shareholding is well underwater. My small 5K top up yesterday seems to have been timed rather better than some of my other purchases. Good luck to all holders in hope rather than expectation that management will achieve their restated financial targets which have looked to be rather optimistic!
topvest: Arthur Lane - and me, but still watching out of interest. Today's RNS shows the objective here - to keep the share price up. All credit to management, for trying their best, but having an RNS for delivering an unquantified delivery feels a tad desperate to me!
jeanesy: i suspect they have been bought up .. share price going up is always a good sign after such big trades.
red_shed2000: Like I said earlier, they have to achieve approx 11 million pbt in H2 to meet market expectations. If they do that their run rate in to next year will be off the scale and the share price should quadruple to catch up. As much as I like the company and wish it would happen, can somebody please explain how this can happen? Until the next update and I can see what's going on I wouldn't buy even if the share price was 10p.... even to break even for the year they have to make more money in H2 than they did in the whole of last year..... Good luck everyone who is still invested.
rhomboid: Hi RR I tyre kick my portfolio all the time and HAYT has always appeared to me to be to be a worthy hold over a 2 year plus timeframe , I'm convinced that the transformation of the business will ultimately justify a far higher PE , (Fenner is on twice the rating!) that coupled with the growing business and the increase in orders will see a share price nearer £2 than £1 over that timeline imv. It is silly cheap given the ROCE and defensive after sales component but the penny is taking a while to drop!
rhomboid: Hi rivaldo H2 weighted is usually an issue, but for me a surging order book and the accompanying medium term revenue visibility vastly reduces the risk. Additionally we have "The Group is exposed to the US Dollar through its operating business in the USA and from UK exports to China. On a constant exchange rate2 basis revenue and operating profit in FY2015 would have been higher by £1.9 million and £0.7 million respectively." which tells us that weak sterling gives them a strong tailwind as this unwinds and becomes a substant net positive. The share price now is in the hands of institutions who imho will see an increasingly diverse ,export growth story , the 0.4m goodwill on PB acq. also underlines what a great deal that was.
rivaldo: The share price surge was prior to the Shares Mag review, which was only posted yesterday. We know that the results will show a big advance on last year. Given the wording I'm expecting between 7.8p and 8.2p historic EPS. With the large order book increase I'm hopeful for the outlook this year. And although O&G is only a small part of the business, the recent oil price bounce may be enough to cause flickers of activity in this area - and HAYT stand to benefit in a major way once this takes hold given the alliance with the mighty FMC.
rivaldo: Excellent coverage here: Http :// "BIG PICTURE: Hayward Tyler gets its motor running By John Harrington May 14 2015, 10:30am Britain may not be the workshop of the world any more, but it has a proud engineering history in which Hayward Tyler (LON:HAYT) has played its part. Established 200 years ago, the supplier of electric motors and pumps has undergone a rebirth this decade that has not gone unnoticed, judging by the recently announced deal with FMC Technologies, the global market leader in sub-sea systems. Industry is often being urged to take a risk and invest in modern plant and machinery, and Hayward Tyler has been doing just that, expanding and upgrading its Luton facility so that it is, in chief executive Ewan Lloyd-Baker's words, a centre of excellence. The FMC deal is just one form of pay-off for that investment; FMC has chosen Hayward Tyler to manufacture permanent magnet motors for use in FMC's 3.2 megawatt sub-sea pump systems. More than that, FMC has agreed to contribute US$2mln to the development of the Luton plant, in what Lloyd-Baker described as “the final piece in the jigsaw” in terms of funding for the plant. The government's Regional Growth Fund has chipped in with £3.5mln towards the Luton redevelopment, and in January the group inked a £3.0mln secured loan note programme, the second tranche of which is due to be issued at the end of July, so the market should not be concerned about the prospect of an issue of equity to fund the upgrade. That being the case, what has been holding the share price back since 2014 after two years of scintillating share price growth? The two word answer is: energy prices. The stalling of the share price has more or less coincided with the rapid decline in oil and gas prices, and the expectation – largely justified – that this would lead to a lessening activity in the oil & gas sector. Oil & gas is just one of the sectors Hayward Tyler addresses – it also serves the power markets (conventional, nuclear and renewable), the chemical sector and general industry – and, in fact, the sector provided less than 10% of the firm's revenue last year, so concerns have been overblown. Despite wanting to play down the significance of the oil & gas sector to the company, Lloyd-Baker also believes the sector can be a “game changer” for the company, even in the current cost-conscious environment, and told Proactive Investors “the deal with FMC is testament to that”. The Hayward-Tyler chief executive, reporting in from the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston, Texas, said there are some very interesting alliances being formed, “and this is very positive for us”. “There are a huge number of opportunities,”; Lloyd-Baker avowed. Order intake backs this up, with the company revealing at the end of April that order intake in the 12 months to 31 March 2015 totalled £41.7mln. The company recently opened a new sales office in Shanghai to complement its existing service and overhaul facility in Kunshan, a city in the greater Suzhou region of China, so it clearly see growth opportunities in the People's Republic, while this morning's announcement for another after-market order from India clearly demonstrates the sub-continent is not being neglected either. "We've got a broad industry spread, and we've got a very broad geographic spread, and that offers us opportunities in other markets," chief financial officer Nick Flanagan told Proactive Investors. On top of that, oil & gas contracts are usually priced in dollars, so the strengthening of the greenback against sterling offers some benefit as well. "One of our core products is the sub-sea motors, and that helps customers to significantly reduce the cost of extraction, so in these cost conscious times, that's a help to them," Flanagan observed. House broker finnCap thinks the shares are undervalued versus their engineering peers. Based on the broker's forecasts for the year just ended, the shares trade on a price/earnings ratio of around 10.4, and this drops to just 9.4 for the year to March 2016. “We maintain our target price of 113p signalling significant upside to the shares. In the short term, the shares appear to need a catalyst to realise this higher valuation,” the broker said at the time of the end of end-April trading update. The vote of confidence from FMC might just be that catalyst."
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