Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Interserve 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
  +12.75p +12.26% 116.75p 114.75p 115.50p 118.00p 102.00p 102.50p 4,418,944 16:35:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 3,685.2 -94.1 -71.2 - 168.62

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21/9/201723:58Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery4,920
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2017-09-21 15:51:21111.3820,00022,276.88NT
2017-09-21 15:35:11116.75116,749136,304.46UT
2017-09-21 15:31:39115.50375433.13NT
2017-09-21 15:29:45114.753135.57AT
2017-09-21 15:29:45114.751,4001,606.50AT
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21/9/2017
09:20
Interserve Daily Update: Interserve is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IRV. The last closing price for Interserve was 104p.
Interserve has a 4 week average price of 67.25p and a 12 week average price of 67.25p.
The 1 year high share price is 398.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 67.25p.
There are currently 144,424,260 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 11,866,653 shares. The market capitalisation of Interserve is £168,615,323.55.
21/9/2017
08:57
ammu12: JP Morgan raised thr target to 243https://www.dispatchtribunal.com/2017/09/20/j-p-morgan-chase-co-increases-interserve-plc-irv-price-target-to-gbx-243.html Interserve plc (LON:IRV) had its price objective raised by J P Morgan Chase & Co from GBX 78 ($1.05) to GBX 243 ($3.28) in a research note issued to investors on Monday. The brokerage presently has a "neutral" rating on the stock. J P Morgan Chase & Co's target price would suggest a potential upside of 147.96% from the stock's previous close.
15/9/2017
09:59
fenners66: So you wish you were trading both ways - aside from you are actually gambling - how hypocritical since you are professing hate for shorters! Other than that - you have no attachment to any of these companies - I would guess you do no research or invest in any of them - other than seeing that they are large companies with wild share price fluctuations which get your attention and present you with an opportunity to gamble. I don't care which way you go - up down sideways , its all the same you just try make some cash, but trying to veil your need to see the longs you go with, rise,behind disgust for the short (opposite view) is so crass.
14/9/2017
10:03
walbrock82: My fears have come true for Interserve. Anyone who has read my post knows I said hold off from investing for the next six months. My segment analysis post did mark down the market equity of Interserve from £480m to £159.6m, citing weakness from its support services. The link is here: http://bit.ly/2vyZuhH where I did a breakdown on all of Interserve’s divisions looking at the pros and cons. In my main post, I try comparing it with Carillion by using fundamental analysis but did point out that their current share price of £2 (at the time) was holding up because of the current stock market levels. The link is here: http://bit.ly/2vrxyhl
14/9/2017
08:57
dandanactionman: All the following imho dyorWhat are people's view on banking covenants? Poor trading and greater efw losses would seem to put this is doubt.I see 3 scenarios all of this is finger in the wind do your own research.1. Bank covenants breached and no rights issue share prices 0 to 10p2. Bank covenants breached and rights issue (highly dilutive at this level) share price around 20 to 40p3. No bank covenants breach and no need rights issue, shares recover to around 100p
25/8/2017
12:54
losses: Not made much difference to the share price though... still heading down.I'm trying to build up a stake here not sure when to start as it keeps going down..Maybe after a rights issue if one happens.
16/8/2017
07:33
ferries5: Is this RNS the reason that the share price has plunged in the last week,or so. Somehow I have a feeling that there is more to this than meets the eye. And the market doesn't like it. Will see how it reacts today
12/8/2017
12:33
walbrock82: Is Interserve cheap? One valuation measure to use is linking Interserve’s share price with their fundamentals and is called Earnings Power Value (devised by Bruce Greenwald and refine by Phil Oakley). The Earnings Power Value per share (EPV per share) has been rising steadily with minor falls during the financial crisis. In 2016, Interserve EPV per share came to £6.14, while the average share price last year was £3.80. (see http://bit.ly/2uyb5Rb) My EPV per share forecast for 2017 (using data from their interim results) shows the fundamental value has collapsed to £3.95. Hence, why Interserve’s share price has collapsed. Another measure Using a Warren Buffett’s equation on valuation, this is P/B*P/E < 22.5 signals fair value. For Interserve, it is super undervalued. (see http://bit.ly/PEPB22) My forecast for 2017, using the following assumptions: headline earnings would fall to £75m, shareholders’ equity of £310m and using market capitalisation of £295.77m. That would make Interserve cheaper than during the financial crisis. However, you might say equity value is too high because of too much goodwill and an unexpectedly big increase in liabilities. Headline earnings may fall more than expected! But, more that is keeping shareholders of Interserve awake is the level of debt and the possibility of needing a Rights issue. For more analysis, you can click here: http://bit.ly/2vrxyhl Thanks.
07/8/2017
12:55
wallywoo: I don't think so bench. Look at the clues: 1) this has next to no short interest 2) debt has been managed very carefully, although taken a hit on waste contracts it should be in recovery now. 3) Share price has shown no signs of dropping and resistance levels have stood up well. Time will tell
18/4/2017
11:08
kazoom: "one thing for sure, this will need a substantial capital raise, hence the lagging share price!" I kindof hope that is what is causing the "lagging share price" as it is far from clear that they would want/need to raise capital. Debt looks set to be up (of course) but comfortably within their revised facilities (on which they are paying around 5%) and at somewhat less that 3x EBITDA. Never say never, but I cannot see from here why any fundraising would be required.
01/3/2017
05:14
garycook: Outsourcing woes I’ve been following outsourcing firm Interserve (LSE: IRV) for a while, not especially concerned about the firm’s debt and not overly worried about its dividend being cut as some had been fearing. But then the blow was struck, and on 20 February Interserve raised the estimated costs of exiting its Energy for Waste business from £70m to £160m, and the share price crashed by 30%. Full-year results for 2016 did not make for joyous reading. With average net debt of £391m and now expected to rise to around £450m in 2017, the firm suspended its final dividend — shareholders are only going to get the 8.1p paid at the interim stage instead of the 24.3p paid last year. But it seems the bad news was already in the share price, and results day saw another drop at the start to 221p,but then recover to end up with a 1% gain on the day.At 239.25p, I cant help thinking the sell-off has been overdone. Although Interserve recorded a pre-tax loss, we saw a headline pre-tax profit figure down by a fairly modest 17% with headline EPS down 16%, and with revenue constant and an encouraging gross operating cash flow of £239m. In the words of chief executive Adrian Ringrose, it was a “mixed” year, and as long as it really is a one-off then this could be one of those ‘buy them when they’re down’ opportunities that we all hope for. Forecasts will presumably be downgraded now, but we’re likely to be seeing forward P/E ratios of around five to six. I’ll cautiously look out for further news, but Interserve could be an oversold recovery bargain.
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