Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
North Midland Construction LSE:NMD London Ordinary Share GB0006452857 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 335.00p 325.00p 345.00p 335.00p 330.25p 335.00p 0 09:00:06
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 250.5 2.1 26.0 12.9 34.00

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17/11/200311:42North Midland Construction - strong buy trading on a p/e of 4x for this year39
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Nth.Mid.Cons Daily Update: North Midland Construction is listed in the Construction & Materials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NMD. The last closing price for Nth.Mid.Cons was 335p.
North Midland Construction has a 4 week average price of 325p and a 12 week average price of 312.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 432.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 177.50p.
There are currently 10,150,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,328 shares. The market capitalisation of North Midland Construction is £34,002,500.
cc2014: Please feel free to check this but unless it is a special dividend all shares go XD based on being on the register at close of play on the Wednesday. Therefore the register date for XD is Wednesday with the share price falling on the Thursday morning. Price being held back by what appears to be 1000 seller who may or may not now have finished. I found the actual results slightly disappointing, although the forward looking statements were more than enough to cover that. The doubling of the dividend showed great confidence in the second half of the year as it implies they will double the dividend for the finals too. That would give us a 9p dividend which is just over 2%. That's not great but given this is a recovery story who would have predicted a dividend of around 9p, 2 years ago
qs99: Wow great results IMO and doubling divi happy days... looking forwRd to further progress and increased share price IMO!
cc2014: It's because it's so far off the beaten track we've all had the opportunity to get in so cheap. Hurrah. Only one trade today shows that none of the institutions/funds are interested. Of course they may need a bit of time to go and run some numbers but I doubt it. Once the company gets to a market cap of £50m, someone will surely take an interest but one wonders when that happens where on earth they will be able to get any decent volume of shares. The family won't be selling, Mr. Charlton won't be. They ain't getting mine either for less than say £15 a share. And by the time they are £15 a share I'll probably think they are worth £25 a share. Of course if IC run an article after the results that may move the share price in the short term
cc2014: One more thing. Staying in a trade is about conviction and assessing whether on balance it seems likely the price will continue to rise. Having bought in at an average of 115, I am pleased to say that my finger isn't hovering over the sell button but I'm still shaking my head wondering why the share price isn't higher. Ok, I get that if you can't be bothered to spend an hour reading the accounts and doing some research it may not be obvious and I get that the dividend of 4.5p isn't very attractive but this appears to be the only reasons for it not to be higher. People on here have talked about £5 as a target but I'm looking for more than that over the next 3-5 years. The share price has some catch-up to do due to historic legacy contracts and lack of trust but I think the management team are really focused on good quality high margin work and building relationships.
junior21: Apologies for my rushed post this morning. I still think the update was positive. I can understand why eezy has sold, he's protecting a profit and wasn't comfortable with the forward guidance offered in the update. That said I wasn't expecting 3% margin just yet? I'm happy to hold until the interims come out in August, but I'm mindful that there may be no news in the intevening period so the share price may drift lower. It would be interesting to know what "The Board is currently engaged on investigating opportunities for the more profitable utilisation of any free-flow cash" means. Any guesses?
cc2014: Rns explains buying. I trust he's close to the business and sees current share price as a bargain
cc2014: And up again we go on very little volume. It's clear the MM's are adjusting their prices to trade flow but not clear to me what is driving the buying. Perhaps it has been reviewed/tipped somewhere or maybe the chartists are jumping on the momentum, or maybe someone has run their ruler over the fundamentals and has realised the share price was crazy low.
battlebus2: Yes , a good response this morning but lots more to come, if Utilities can resolve the losses I can see a share price north of £2....
cc2014: It also seems reasonable to extrapolate a final dividend too, which is usually larger than the interim, which gives the share price some support through dividend yield. I remain a supporter of this company and look forward to the share price gradually moving up.
glassboy: On page 30 of the annual report, they set targets for 2016 of 5% revenue growth, 1.25% net return on sales and 2 times dividend cover. If you work through the numbers, that implies earnings of 22.5p and dividend of 11p for the coming year. That is a PE of 6.4 and yield of 7.6% on the current share price of 144p. So I agree 200p+ looks a reasonable prospect, further problems aside. Let's hope the corner has been turned. Gb
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