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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Interserve Plc LSE:IRV London Ordinary Share GB0001528156 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 293.75p 292.00p 293.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 3,628.9 79.5 47.5 6.2 424.25

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/7/2016
04:19
Nobby,DYOR
garycook
27/7/2016
22:34
how do i see what dividend a company is percentage and times a year on this share plz new to the site thanks
nobbyk1
27/7/2016
17:53
Two results today of relevance to us included these texts: VP: "I am pleased to report that the Group has experienced a positive start to the financial year. In the UK, the key markets are generally performing well, with construction and housebuilding in particular generating good demand. [...] The business performance year to date is encouraging and we have not seen any impact to trading post the recent Brexit decision. We anticipate making further good progress this year." Taylor Wimpey: "Whilst it is still too early to assess what long term impact the EU Referendum result will have on the UK housing market, there has been no meaningful change to date, with trading in the last month at a normal seasonal range with a net private sales rate of 0.65. The net private sales rate for the year to date (w/e 24 July 2016) is 0.77 (2015 equivalent period: 0.78). Since 24 June, the early forward confidence indicators amongst homebuyers, together with the continued competitive lending by mortgage providers, have been encouraging and support confidence in the resilience of the UK housing market. [...] Customer interest remains high, with website visits solid and customers continuing to register interest in forthcoming developments and to make appointments to progress their home purchases. Whilst we saw a small increase in the average cancellation rate immediately following the Referendum, this remained low compared to long term historic norms and is now back in line with recent low levels. "
edmundshaw
27/7/2016
09:56
the whole sector seems to be doing well today
mister md
27/7/2016
09:55
Up 4% this morning , are we seeing a breakout or another false dawn?
wad collector
15/7/2016
16:33
Aberdeen RNS increase in holdings
mister md
14/7/2016
22:42
I see the new cabinet are talking about infrastructure spending to keep the UK economy turning...good news
haywards26
14/7/2016
21:31
New cabinet today makes 'such spend' that little bit more possible; as does the no change to base rate, meaning other possibilities have time to be considered ahead of any August, or later, budget adjustments. Mrs May seems as if she'd be more interested in infrastructure spending than the outgoing people. Not sure what she's ever said about HS2, if anything.
dogwalker
13/7/2016
15:34
@Dog, Agreed - perhaps cancelling HS2 and diverting said infrastructure spend to a multitude of smaller projects would be far more beneficial to the wider economy.
fangorn2
13/7/2016
07:49
You never know , we 'may' (geddit?) yet get that extra infrastructure spending we've heard talked about in recent years which Osbourne couldn't quite bring himself to see enacted . It could be an alternative to more of the same QE should a global slowdown worsen. That way , our more domestically-facing cos. - like this one ! - should benefit. That won't solve specific contract problems of course.
dogwalker
13/7/2016
01:15
Edmundshaw...A minimum of 2 - 3 years...at least 2 years to recover, but not more than 3 assuming the company can weather its current crisis. No I haven't sold mine yet, but may cut my loss if we get to over £3. Can't see this bounce continuing for much longer and all construction shares are strong at the moment, not just IRV. Looks like either all those Bremain economists pre EU vote were lying about the recession to come (on fear factor hopes), or have got it very wrong. So much for experts.
bend1pa
12/7/2016
21:51
I am still overweight in these, I still think these are undervalued. But I figure if I was buying in right now the amount I now hold would be too much; and you never know when the next silly drop will happen... I might want to add :-) And the 10th of August feels a long way away...
edmundshaw
12/7/2016
21:43
I am still overweight in these, I still think these are undervalued. But I figure if I was buying in right now the amount I now hold would be too much; and you never know when the next silly drop will happen...
edmundshaw
12/7/2016
17:56
I'm tempted to trade out my recent buys too , but wonder if these have a bit further to bounce . £3 seems a round number.
wad collector
12/7/2016
16:56
Good move.
philo124
12/7/2016
12:15
Sold a small portion of my shares today. 26% profit after 6 days is a pretty decent result, but I am holding the remaining 95% of shares (plus my hat!) for further recovery.
edmundshaw
12/7/2016
09:51
Hold on to your hats , a share price recovery appears to be happening.
wad collector
11/7/2016
16:17
The same rise is present on my other shares. From the moment Leadsom announced she was withdrawing shares soared. Interesting.
bertiebru
11/7/2016
15:54
Maybe a short squeeze is boosting recovery...? Anyway not complaining :-)
edmundshaw
11/7/2016
15:15
Could be the Theresa May now PM effect Wad Collector. The 12.00 to 13.00hr surge fits that.
bertiebru
11/7/2016
12:46
That is a more optimistic looking chart now ; is money rushing back in?
wad collector
08/7/2016
17:27
It would have been gambling to do much else wad collector. If the US jobless figures had been poor then things would have gone down, as it was the numbers were better than expected and so up we go. Always at the whim of our cousins across the pond.
the juggler
08/7/2016
17:17
Traders must have made a fortune in the last 7 days if they timed things right. I think most have us have just watched the market fall and sat on our hands and waited for better days.
wad collector
07/7/2016
20:04
A minimum of 2-3 years? Is that a minimum of 2 years or a minimum of 3 years? I take it you sold your lot then bendy, you seem very attached to the fall in the share price here. What I don't understand is why, if you are such a guru of companies that have a construction segment, that after the Q3 trading update of Nov 13 last year, which you say will, as night follows day, be followed by other problems (obviously not a fan of Ringrose's integrity as he has stated he has no intention of coming back with another unpleasant update), you bought in here a month or so ago? Much as I would like to believe in your soothsaying abilities, I confess to having some doubts...
edmundshaw
07/7/2016
16:27
"everyone long will be smiling in a years time" Wishful thinking I'm afraid. I've seen this sort of thing happen too many times. Property construction firm Connaught was the last big player that went under, with their shareholders constantly reminding us all how undervalued they were until the final curtain. Not saying that the same fate awaits IRV, but if they ever do recover it's gonna take a minimum of 2-3 years. Their next trading statement should reveal how iffy things really are.
bend1pa
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