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
  +0.50p +0.14% 369.25p 370.00p 370.50p 369.25p 356.50p 362.00p 207,201 14:16:38
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 3,628.9 79.5 47.5 7.8 533.29

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30/9/2016
09:20
Interserve Daily Update: Interserve Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IRV. The last closing price for Interserve was 368.75p.
Interserve Plc has a 4 week average price of 403.35p and a 12 week average price of 355.22p.
The 1 year high share price is 615p while the 1 year low share price is currently 214.75p.
There are currently 144,424,260 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 390,628 shares. The market capitalisation of Interserve Plc is £528,231,730.95.
10/8/2016
12:25
leadersoffice: Happy days. I see this share back in play and I'm going to stick my neck out by forcasting a share price of £4.70 by year end.
07/7/2016
20:04
edmundshaw: 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...
06/7/2016
10:06
the juggler: With a share price that has dropped 60%+ in just 1 year it would have to more than double in the next 12 months for some investors to see their accounts back in the black. I think I will await a change in management before investing here again.
05/7/2016
15:50
jeffian: The metric for deciding the appropriate level of dividend should be dividend cover, not 'appropriate yield on share price'. On historic 2015 year figures, the divi was covered nearly 3x so, even taking account of the recent contract hit, it seems unlikely that the divi is unaffordable. The trouble with the other argument is that it is the market that decides the yield, not the Board. Famously, some years ago when Aviva was called Norwich Union, it did just what you said and "rebased" (i.e. cut) its dividend to "bring the yield in line with its peer group". So they halved the divi........and the market promptly halved its share price! Lower divi, lower share price, same yield.
05/7/2016
11:28
aleman: Let's see - economic cycles and the share price: free stock charts from uk.advfn.com So where is the good place to buy - £2 or £5 - £7? And if we check the dividends, there are unbroken rises going back to at least 1998. I was here in the last recession. It was full of scares yet the dividend kept rising. And the company is bigger now. Should it really be expected to go back to £2 just because there is contract provision that equates to 1/4 of operating cashflow for two years - and a suggestion that the cost of this provision might even be mitigated? /font>
09/6/2016
18:02
edmundshaw: Hard to know when it starts and stops as (a) different funds will time their exit differently to avoid killing the share price or getting a killed share price - exit timing also will depend on the rules of the fund; and (b) ther will be those trying to take advantage of the forced selling - you don't need to be a hedgie to see the possibilities there... I tried timing my buys on shares (in companies I knew) exiting or entering higher indices around 10 years ago. The simple way was to sell well in advance of a drop and buy back when you like the price, or vice versa, rather than trying to time the thing too closely. Of course fund managers may be more clever now (though I doubt it), or e-trading might have an impact, I am likely out of date. It's a bit late for safely selling with a view to buying back cheaper, though maybe still possible. Timing for buying is more of an open question...
09/5/2016
20:16
jeffian: Interserve have been pretty canny over the years at financial problem-solving. Not many years ago, one of the things holding back the share price was a substantial pension fund shortfall. They got round that one by transferring some of their PFI schemes into the pension fund, booking a profit on the 'sale' and keeping the cashflows! We know from recent statements pre-dating the profit warning that Equipment Services was under 'strategic review' (i.e. for sale!). Maybe go some way to plugging the recent shortfall? Haven't listened to the presentation yet. Any mention of this?
09/5/2016
10:12
edmundshaw: Further, the problems seem exclusively with aspects of waste-to-energy contracts. These are complex, involve process risk, and further involved risks due to poor performance and insolvencies from subcontractors. These risks are not generally inherent in other construction work, and there are a couple of such contracts still running (another one has been completed to time, budget, cash in the bank). Of the 2 remaining one is complete, in dispute regarding payment, the other is 70% complete and is looking OK. Various other points are raised, but need to listen personally for these. I am now bullish from this share price.
16/2/2016
09:27
edmundshaw: Happy to stay in this having added at 370p. If it takes till 2017 to get back to £5 and £6 I can wait, I wasn't planning on going anywhere. Meanwhile the divi will support my equanimity... by 2017 the oil price will have recovered, thoguh quite how far I am not going to try to guess. Pundits are speculating $50, $60 and $80, but no-one really knows. Obviously, if we seriously looked like dropping out of the FT350, there could be a good opportunity to add there. With half decent results we would probably get back in there in short order, with converse results to the share price.
11/2/2016
10:46
dogwalker: I'd say it's oversold whatever the results on the 24th.....Doesn't mean it won't go lower still, of course, depending on oil (it seems). I'm going to wait for the results too ,before panicking (for good reason), or not.By then the share price could be below £3 at this rate but hey-ho.Or perhaps the share price will rise ahead of results now that we've had the collapse so far .It's a job to know!
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