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Interserve Share Chat - IRV

Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Interserve Plc LSE:IRV London Ordinary Share GB0001528156 ORD 10P
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +12.50 +2.03% 627.00 624.50 626.50 630.50 614.00 619.00 186,384 16:35:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 2,192.6 68.1 39.1 16.0 902.36

Interserve Bulletin Board

DateSubjectDiscuss
21/5/2015
22:13
Beaufort are usually a day behind, but this one was in by lunchtime on the day.
by thamestrader on Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery
21/5/2015
11:21
HL always credit divis on the button.
by jeffian on Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery
21/5/2015
10:29
Thanks jlo10 time to ring my broker!
by the juggler on Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery
21/5/2015
10:28
Yes Received in both HL and TDW accounts
by jlo10 on Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery
21/5/2015
10:25
Anyone yet received the dividend due yesterday? Nothing in my trading accoint so far - due 15.5p per share.
by the juggler on Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery
15/5/2015
16:53
Well.... a much better finish to the day!
by salpara111 on Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery
15/5/2015
14:45
It was wishful thinking , but not impossible that this will drift back up to £7 , never to return...
by wad collector on Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery
15/5/2015
11:58
No momentum Salpara??????
by bertiebru on Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery
15/5/2015
09:52
As a holder I wish I could believe that but there has been no momentum since the election relief bounce. I have nowhere else better to put the money so it can stay here for now but I am mindful of the fact that the sp is once again falling on a day when the FTSE 250 is climbing.
by salpara111 on Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery
14/5/2015
15:44
Last chance for cheap seats on this train that is now leaving the station? To mix a few metaphors..
by wad collector on Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery
12/5/2015
17:25
Many thanks for that Wad Collector. I'm glad someone knows what is going on.
by bertiebru on Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery
12/5/2015
16:29
"In line" will do me . I like understatement. They seldom seem to announce contract wins , but I note this; "New work valued at £628.5m has put Interserve at the top of the league for contract wins in April. It took first place on the Builders’ Conference BCLive list thanks to five wins, dominated by its £600m contract to build a new hotel at Nine Elms for the Chinese-owned Wanda Dalian group." Who remembers the RNS about the hotel? Not me , and I see the reason why ; there wasn't one. A £600 Million contract is clearly not worthy of letting the market know. If you are looking to sell IRV this is clearly frustrating , but if you are looking to buy , then this is good news . Personally I am looking at neither , and so it makes little difference to me , but this is short sighted as one day I will want to sell (or my heirs!).
by wad collector on Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery
12/5/2015
09:50
They say they have secured 'a number of significant new contracts', so why do they not tell us what they are. If you look at their web page the last contract they mention is one for B&Q in February.
by bertiebru on Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery
12/5/2015
09:15
Not expensive imo. 80,000 employees- that's a headache.
by philo124 on Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery
12/5/2015
08:51
Disappointing reaction but I will hold for the moment. The UK construction market has been a basket case for years now and I struggle to understand why a diversified business like IRV has not gradually withdrawn from the sector.
by salpara111 on Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery
12/5/2015
08:47
Trading update out.
by philo124 on Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery
11/5/2015
12:57
Despite the big bounce on Friday I just get the feeling that there is poor sentiment towards IRV, I cannot work out why myself so am happy to hold for the foreseeable future.
by salpara111 on Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery
11/5/2015
12:45
Ditto; pity no follow through today, so far.
by philo124 on Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery
11/5/2015
11:30
I still have far too many of these for my portfolio but am very happy to hold ; like CLLN these are a strong long term play in my view esp with this Government. Bet the brokers wake up soon.
by wad collector on Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery
10/5/2015
09:43
edmundshaw, You're right to pick me up on that. Re-reading my post I should have used the word "tied" as opposed to "linked". What I am stressing about IRV is that it is not simply a government out-sourcer. But yes certainly as you say all those sectors are linked to opportunities to win contracts and certainly the election result is positive for IRV and I have no-doubt that a number of IIs that have sold/ reduced positions will seek to take /increase.
by thorpematt on Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery
08/5/2015
19:02
Agree salpara. Matt, you say a business model not linked to government spending? That perplexes me a bit, not sure what you mean, as there are many links both in support services and construction to the NHS, universities, prison services and the military. In addition, other parts of the business are certainly going to be impacted by government policy (transport and construction generally, for example). In support services, for example, business is 50/50 public/private (irv's own data), and services comprise 63% of the business by op. profit (57% in the UK). That is why the election result is so pleasing from the Interserve investment standpoint, imho.
by edmundshaw on Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery
08/5/2015
17:11
Well, I would be happy to see a return to last year's high around 750p which should now be realistic
by salpara111 on Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery
08/5/2015
11:52
I think a lot of IIs moved out of the sector well in advance of the election as it presented an obvious un-certainty. Indeed there are brokers notes that detailed as such. We now enter a re-evaluation period based upon the seemingly unlikely majority now held be the Tories. Personally I felt IRVs price to be so cheap and its business model more robust so that these concerns did not worry me but IIs need to protect wealth and risk aversion is needed. I don't believe their caution was totally unfounded sine bankers and private businesses taking over previously public-controlled functions have always been whipping boys for Labour in particular. You never know for sure what stunts get pulled and what taxes levied. Of course the Tories are not immune from such polices shocks. I recall EAGA (now part of CLLN) whose share lost significant value when budget speech killed their funding. Prior to the 2010 election (and few will remember it now) I was sick and tired of seeing Cameron go on a bout the environment. He seemed to be forever riding his bicycle. Funny how that tuned changed once the economy came to the fore. In any event I believe IRV stands fine on its own as a diverse business model NOT linked into government spending. FWIW I have a valuation at £9.80
by thorpematt on Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery
08/5/2015
11:48
Political certainty with an EU referendum hanging over UK industry??
by deadly on Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery
08/5/2015
11:31
5 years of political certainty vs none.
by philo124 on Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery
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