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|Marshalls Daily Update: Marshalls is listed in the Construction & Materials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MSLH. The last closing price for Marshalls was -.|
Marshalls 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 199,378,755 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Marshalls is £0.
|cockneyrebel: Great scope to surprise to the upside from here Lauders imo, the trading update on Dec10 will be interesting imo
Numis note said this recently:
"Marshalls' share price has nearly doubled over the past year as evidence of market
recovery and the new managements' actions have taken effect. However, our
analysis suggests that the volume recovery is still in its early stages, and given the
strength of Marshalls' market share, its spare manufacturing capacity, high levels
of customer service and its balance sheet strength, we believe the company is well
placed to capture future growth at high drop-through margins."|
|investopia: Yes. Every fundamental reason to hold, and now looks like we are back in the up-channel after the recent shake-out. Shake-out blew the froth off the share price, so my guess is a steady rise to 400p on the cards now.|
|lauders: Today, Marshalls plc is hosting an analyst and investor day at its Leamington Spa Street Furniture operation. No new material trading information will be disclosed.
The Board confirms that there has been no change to its expectations since the publication of its half year results on 28 August 2015. It intends to issue a Trading Update on 10 December 2015.
A copy of the presentation to be given at the visit to Leamington Spa will be accessible via the Investor Relations section of the Marshalls plc website www.marshalls.co.uk from 9.00am today.
Look forward to seeing the presentation in 2 hours or so. With luck the share price will get back to its highs now that it is e-divi and no change to expectations since the August 28th results were released.|
|investopia: Dropped out of the up-channel today and now sits at the bottom of channel. Will the bottom of the channel form new resistance or will share price rise within the channel? Who knows?
I have noticed, though, that tree-shakes often seem to get investors out of a rising share price just before the shares really take off -- it's as if market makers know what's coming.
Fundamentally, every reason to hold on, in my view.|
|ttjohns: Share price just keeps on rising. Lovely chart. Quiet board.|
|gargleblaster: This piece was in Moneyweek 3 weeks ago (9th Jan). I bought in on the back of it - glad I did so far! Sorry it's a bit late!! Good luck to all.
Marshalls (LSE: MSLH) is the market leader in outdoor paving and street furniture in the UK. In the last year, a strong recovery has seen its profit growth trounce City expectations.
Its balance sheet has been boosted, and the new management team has laid out a plan to increase its activity across the UK, where many of its smaller rivals shut down during the recession, and larger ones have underinvested. That makes Marshalls the only firm in this sector on the front foot and able to take advantage of the UK recovery.
Marshalls also has fast-growing, well-positioned businesses outside the UK – mainly in Europe, but also in exporting high-quality stone to America. Analysts always underestimate the extent of a recovery and also of the operational gearing a company like Marshalls will enjoy as sales grow.
If the company was valued at 12 times our forecast for its 2016/2017 earnings per share, the share price would have to rise by around 40% over the next 18 months.
James Lowen, fund manager, JOHCM UK Equity Income.|
|speedsgh: From SDV interim results today...
"We ... raised funds ...from reducing Stadium Group, Portmeirion Group and Marshalls after strong share price moves."|
|cockneyrebel: Panmure raise their target from 250p to 270p today:
"We have raised our TP from 250p to 270p to reflect both operational and share price momentum"
|spangle93: Liking this morning's update, time for a leg up on the share price graph?
Marshalls has experienced a strong start in 2014 and, although it is only 19 weeks into the current year, if the positive market conditions continue it is likely that the full year results will be above current market expectations.
Marshalls is experiencing strong sales growth in all its major end markets and the Group is increasing output to meet growing demand and deliver benefits from operational gearing. The Group remains focused on product innovation and service delivery initiatives to deliver continued sales growth and improve trading margins.|
|bigbertie: good heavens - signs of life in the share price?|
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