Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Phsc Plc LSE:PHSC London Ordinary Share GB0033113456 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% 13.00p 12.00p 14.00p 13.00p 13.00p 13.00p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 7.2 -0.7 -4.9 - 1.91

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PHSC Plc Daily Update: Phsc Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PHSC. The last closing price for PHSC Plc was 13p.
Phsc Plc has a 4 week average price of 9.75p and a 12 week average price of 9.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 18.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 9.75p.
There are currently 14,677,257 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 67,702 shares. The market capitalisation of Phsc Plc is £1,908,043.41.
microscope: Good stuff Ochs, and indeed bb, agreed :) Sometimes nuggets are well hidden. That's the case here imho in one of the divisions. Those of us who knew this company in Ofex days know Stephen King has pretty much always been cautious or pessimistic. If a company was coming to market with these comments below, it would be interesting to see what it would be valued at. I reckon, even after the recent share price progress, it would be more than this market cap.... One of the divisions here. And remember this is just for six months! :)) 'QCS International Limited Invoiced sales of £372,100 yielding a profit of £145,900 (the figures for the same period last year were £258,600 and £67,300). And then you read the statement "There are high expectations that QCS will continue to exceed targets for sales and profits in the delivery of quality management consultancy and training services. Sales are already looking promising with high levels of training already secured, and additional income expected from new consultancy projects recently won"'
microscope: Just to recap from the results: "Financial Highlights * Group turnover for first half up 3.7% at GBP3.720m compared with GBP3.587m last year. * EBITDA of GBP197k, versus a loss of GBP93k at the half way stage last year. * Earnings per share of 1.08p compared with a loss of 0.85p last year. * Cash of GBP129k compared with GBP301k last year. * Net asset value (unaudited) of GBP5.680m. * Pro-forma net asset value (unaudited) per share of 38.7p compared to a current share price (mid) of 11p. * Interim dividend declared of 0.5p per Ordinary Share." Impressive imho, well done PHSC :)
microscope: Bit wide of the mark there, eezy. From yesterday' interims. '...* Pro-forma net asset value (unaudited) per share of 38.7p compared to a current share price (mid) of 11p.' £350k would do nicely thank you for the property. (market cap at 11p £1.65 million) Plenty loss making companies with market caps of 50-100 million+. Versarien maybe on your logic should be sold off? lol
microscope: Cheers, i should have added that I agree with you, even with another £1 million in writedowns, nav would still be well above share price valuation. Can't see a year end divvy, but not impossible. Incidentally just wondering if they own the plant being closed, or rent it, makes a difference.
microscope: It is meijiman and they are good results, especially given the situation at Adamson's. Dividend is significant too in context of share price. Anyone buying on a 12-18 month+ basis will be making a good investment imho Unfortunately that is of course not the whole story. After some careful reading, As well as closing 50% of that business, there will be redundancy costs and last year's writedown was around half a million (to zero). Money will eventually be raised through the sell of the premises but be surprising if that happens this half. Deeply frustrating, as everything else is delivering the goods. not sure why the cashflow is disappointing but they wouldn't pay a dividend if it was an issue. i continue to watch closely. I am prepared to consider investing on a long term view, but the price will have to be right!
meijiman: I dont seem to recall seeing such blatant share price manipulation before -ever (a non-holder)
gelp: Ginger. /Microscope I agree: Am a long time fan of team: I bought some more at 25p - could not believe my luck - whats the panic. open statement. so a goodwill impairment - non cash very conservative. dividend value surely worth over 5% and net assets and cash well exceed meagre share price. At this rate must be incredibly attractive to others if they wanted! My guess is they are presently careful and opportunistic buyers rather than sellers. But share price should be stronger to enable that!! Any other views on the Dividend strength?
battlebus2: Excellent results.... Well done Stephen and team. * Group turnover for first half up 4.7% at £4.129m compared with £3.942m last year. * EBITDA up 44% to £518k before costs of acquisitions, versus £359k last year. * Basic earnings per share of 2.26p on enlarged share capital, compared with 2.30p last year. * Net asset value (unaudited) of £6.622m. * Pro-forma net asset value (unaudited) per share of 52.2p compared to a current share price (mid) of 30.0p. * Performance of both new subsidiaries exceeds expectations, increasing profits
battlebus2: This was a case of it all being too late, now as a shareholder if they didn't issue a placing the cash would have had to come from somewhere leaving us with no dividend. Now most investors have been in PHSC for the last few years on the back of the high yield so with no dividend the shares fall people sell and the shares fall further, not a vote of confidence that an over subscribed placing had. Parity in the share price has now been restored and imo for this company the placing was the best outcome to have let all P.I's invest would have taken too long and cost much more. I can live with a little dilution if my shares are worth the same and i'm still getting a dividend.
battlebus2: Trouble is the share price would more than likely trade below todays level if the dividends were stopped, this has become a high yield share for the past couple of years and to stop them now would see a lot of P.I's. moving elsewhere. imv dyor etc..though i do see where your coming from.
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