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|James Latham Daily Update: James Latham is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker LTHM. The last closing price for James Latham was 857.50p.|
James Latham has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 19,405,800 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of James Latham is £164,949,300.
|martinthebrave: Share price down around £1 since a pretty positive AGM statement on 26th August. There have been no material announcements since the AGM and the Interims are now 2 weeks away. A buying opportunity or insider knowledge?|
|ntv: nice backing for the share price
it should put a floor under it for a while at least|
|ann gough: Hah JLWilliams, you can run but you can't hide!
I've been pondering results & special dividends. The thing about specials is that they are out of the ordinary. This time there has not been a special. The share price fell when one wasn't announced. I wonder first whether the fall back in price was due to the non-declaration of a special dividend and the resurgence due to a realisation that the results were in fact better than a slap round the face with a wet pair of outsize undies. Secondly I wonder if LTHM management might just be pointing out to us that specials are specials and can't be counted on every year.|
|somtam: After such an impressive run up in share price over the past couple of weeks a bit of humble profit taking is only to be expected.See it ,as some folk evidently have,as another buying opportunity.|
|poacher45: This is a share I have been in since I paid just over 400p and then recieved 4 shares for every one. The management is first class and the decisions they have made have been spot on. The figures are as good as they can be but I have sold all of mine before and after the results.
The reason being that everything goes full circle and the price of wood is at its high. If they were to make aquisitions they would have to pay top price for them. There are no more profits to come from property sales and the loss of earnings from Nevill Long will hit hard. I think they wanted to take the company private but the share price went too high. I am very sorry to be this negative regarding a company that has been so good for me. I wish all shareholders, directors and the company the best of luck and perhaps some day I will buy again.|
|wiganer: Sold a few on Friday to lock in profits, and have been expecting a bit of a pullback, but still the momentum continues. Real uncharted territory now for the share price.|
|hvs: Yes Vermin,
You seem to know when a share price keeps on going up and up and up like CFL.|
|campbed: Or even bargain shares.
Seriously, we should start a new thread to relect the 4:1 share split. At 150p currently the old share price would have hit the 600p target in the title of this thread ignoring the 30p special dividend. But I'm too tired now, something for the w'end.|
|tabber: Yes, there was a share split (4:1). I nearly soiled myself when I logged on and saw the share price, fearing the worst. Share split is confirmed nder the 'Result of EGM' link on the news tab.|
|stevemarkus: The other thing to bear in mind is that a large-ish number of smaller investors will hold these in PEPs and ISAs at the moment and will need to sell/transfer. Some of that will hold the price back over the next month, but I would imagine the prospect of further payments, and improved/expanded planning permission, would bring further share price increases. I'm holding.|
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