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|Hydrogen Daily Update: Hydrogen is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HYDG. The last closing price for Hydrogen was 36.50p.|
Hydrogen has a 4 week average price of 36.06p and a 12 week average price of 36.19p.
The 1 year high share price is 40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 24.50p.
There are currently 23,891,713 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,810 shares. The market capitalisation of Hydrogen is £8,720,475.25.
|jeff h: Share price recovering as the oil price recovering.|
|gostevie63: Reasonably positive training statement this morning:
Also Paul Scott writes positively in his daily SCVR blog:
Shame the share price hasn't perked up though...|
|interceptor2: Tipped in The Independent below.........
Our view: buy
Share price: 97.5p (+1p)
Hydrogen issued a strong set of numbers yesterday. The specialist recruiter booked £80m in revenues in the six months to the end of June, up 45 per cent on the year, with £15.1m in net fee income, the key industry metric.
The latter, up 14 per cent on 2010, is almost back to the levels seen before the economic slump.
If you're keeping score, the low point was the first half of 2009, when net fee income fell to just under £8m.
Looking ahead, the outlook for the world economy is not encouraging. That bodes ill for labour market trends in mature economies like the UK. But Hydrogen has an ace up its sleeve. It has been investing in its international operations, and opened an office in Hong Kong in April. Recent months have also seen increased investment in existing offices in Australia and Singapore. This shows management has an eye on long-term growth.
Adding to the attraction is the fact that, despite making sensible investments in its business and posting higher profits, the stock trades on multiples of less than 10 times forward earnings for this year, falling to under eight times on the estimates for next year, according FinnCap.|
|cfro: TBH i rather enjoyed reading the results RNS yesterday. I thought it read very well indeed. I would have liked the forward statement to be more bullish but realisticly we cant expect anymore than what has already been stated.
Easy to see a re-rating to a PE of atleast 10 here given time and a share price target of atleast £1.40 imo. That represents an upside of 40% or more. I reckon this is a nice litle hold in these otherwise rotten markets and dont think one would find a much better opportunity for good share price gains.|
|nickcduk: They told me their brokers were calling in all stock that was on loan and I therefore had to close out my position within 24 hours. It was annoying as others were in the same boat and forced the share price up.|
Hydrogen share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange