Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Norcros LSE:NXR London Ordinary Share GB00BYYJL418 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.00p -1.62% 182.00p 180.00p 184.00p 185.00p 185.00p 185.00p 38,187.00 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 235.9 15.4 21.4 8.5 111.49

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/11/2016
19:05
Yes I've noticed the pattern too and almost always there have been more buys than sells, sometimes considerably more. Don't know why but then again I'm not sure how an uncrossing trade actually works. More research required.....
stopaloss
28/11/2016
17:19
Does anyone else wonder what happens to the share price in late trading? As has happened many times over the past months, the share price has significantly changed in the last few minutes of trading. All day the share price was in the mid-170s, but then it merely closed up a half following a small UT trade.
andrewbyles
25/11/2016
08:22
Why should there be any news ali47fish? It's eight days since they announced their results and the market is reconsidering the value of the company as the results sink in - Norcros' share price usually rises strongly after results are announced. This morning's rise is probably helped by the buy recommendation in today's IC.
andrewbyles
25/11/2016
08:19
IC out today, perhaps tipped there,they have been keen in the past.
mesquida
25/11/2016
08:11
up again this morning- no news frustrating
ali47fish
22/11/2016
17:47
judging by the rise today that is a missed opportunity to add- my new rule i dont add just when the share price goes up unless i know why- on aim you never get that!
ali47fish
22/11/2016
14:38
the share price has been going up lately - does anybody know why? Nothing goes down in a straight line....
sg31
22/11/2016
11:54
Cos NXR got very cheap, and they have just posted adequately strong results?
edmundshaw
22/11/2016
10:38
the share price has been going up lately - does anybody know why?
ali47fish
22/11/2016
08:29
I think the term I'm looking for is entry level housing is how I would describe most of it imho. In terms of which one I actually prefer to work on - rather than comment on quality - is TW. , for me - the build order ( second fix ) happens to work quite well for my trade and most others on most of their sites. DbD
death by donut
22/11/2016
08:21
XXX I'm afraid I couldn't possibly comment :0) I work on one lot that actually used to be known for its quality build ( not one of the big boys yet but getting there ) but now has joined ranks of the rest of them , ie: bog standard , cheap materials and not a whole lot of love for quality imho. Its all about numbers and targets now imho. It can vary a bit from site to site even with the same co. but overall the standard is lower than it used to be , price work , got to love it , in general no trade gives a monkeys about the following trade. Suffice to say for me personally - and I've worked on most of the big boys sites - , I would never buy a newbuild . There we go , don't think made a slanderous comments there :0) DbD
death by donut
22/11/2016
06:53
@dbd You seem to know the area, which mass market builder would you rate as best and worst in terms of quality ?
xxx
21/11/2016
21:50
I've seen walls in 1920's houses with a 3" dip in the middle from top to bottom Oooh I'd love to put up some photos but i darent lol. Also the shortage of labour this time is to do with politics , but thats for another thread. DbD :0)
death by donut
21/11/2016
19:53
DbD, it's always been a problem with housebuilding. It's the nature of the game. Boom and bust. Every time there's a building boom there's a shortage of tradesmen because of the previous recession. House builders need labour so they employ anyone that's breathing. Boom turns to bust and around we go. I've seen it maybe 4 or 5 times in the last 30 years. I've seen walls in 1920's houses with a 3" dip in the middle from top to bottom, ihat takes some doing over 8'. That's every wall in every room. I've also worked with plasterers who can get it flat and smooth blindfolded. I wasn't that good, I needed to have my eyes open and even then I was only competent. I've retired now.
sg31
21/11/2016
19:38
Thanks for the interesting exchanges. Well, even if they don't work brilliantly, it just curtails growth a bit and doesn't affect the steep discount the shares are trading at. If on the other hand sales take off, all the better.
edmundshaw
21/11/2016
19:23
Yes, sympathise, Donut. But that's why these new systems are trying to deal with the imperfections you are talking about.
driver7
21/11/2016
19:06
Have faith, brother. Don't be negative. Remember: the photo film companies said the same about digital cameras. Look at them now.
driver7
21/11/2016
18:36
You are right edmundshaw. Fixers will resist but eventually learn to love it. If a wall is wonky, it is wonky for any method. As you say, these days most walls ate even.
driver7
21/11/2016
18:34
No more than regular tiling. Unless of course you plan re-screeding the wall. But that's true of both systems!
driver7
21/11/2016
18:33
They do a lot of work for new builds. Do they not have pretty flat walls? I can see there are problems for wonky old Georgian properties, but surely there even the added en suites would be reasonable surfaces? Just asking...
edmundshaw
21/11/2016
18:01
If that is the case then you just as well tile it properly. DbD
death by donut
21/11/2016
18:00
So you're saying you need to straighten the wall out first? DbD
death by donut
21/11/2016
17:52
You are wrong. There will be a substrate to cope with uneven walls at least to the extent that adhesive can!
driver7
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