Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Plexus Holdings LSE:POS London Ordinary Share GB00B0MDF233 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.25p -0.38% 64.75p 63.50p 66.00p 64.00p 64.00p 64.00p 20,850.00 16:35:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil Equipment Services & Distribution 11.2 -6.9 -6.4 - 68.24

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02/12/2016
08:20
Plexus Daily Update: Plexus Holdings is listed in the Oil Equipment Services & Distribution sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker POS. The last closing price for Plexus was 65p.
Plexus Holdings has a 4 week average price of 60.34p and a 12 week average price of 63.80p.
The 1 year high share price is 178.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 40.50p.
There are currently 105,386,239 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 48,742 shares. The market capitalisation of Plexus Holdings is £68,237,589.75.
12/4/2016
12:46
thorne3: Can somebody indicate what is driving this share price?
30/3/2016
08:00
source: Surprised this is still at such a high share price level! Today's update further confirmed what was already known -- namely Plexus's markets are still completely shot and are still deteriorating badly. No real end is in sight despite the verbosity of their result commentary today. Continuing to build inventory rather than rapid cost reductions could be fateful too. Its ongoing high R&D is likely only being done to flatter the p&l sheet (as Plexus capitalises R&D spend rather than writing it off - which again stores up problems). It's NAV is around 25p so it trading at double this level suggests a lot of wishful thinking is still in the price. Regards,Source.
09/3/2016
12:48
thorne3: This movement in my opinion is merely a rerating to reflect the fact that the shares were grossly oversold;the oil market turning for the better was merely the signal for confidence to return.Although there has been a lot of talk about the company being taken out such talk in my opinion is merely speculative.The company is not heavily indebted if indeed it has any debt at all having raised £8m from the Chinese at the backend of last year.Accordingly a desperate takeover is simply not on the cards.Moreover there is so much development taking place at the company that the future in the medium term looks very rosy indeed.There is therefore no need for the company to sell at this stage.Ben van B. is too smart to be selling prematurely.The share price action is however intriguing.The market in POS shares is normally very tight.I can only think that there is a desperate seller,possibly Chinese, releasing stock on to a market that has been well primed by the company and its brokers.Any views?
09/3/2016
12:15
harry rags: EmeraldzebraI think this was always on the cards to get taken out and perhaps with the share price dropping someone has seen an opportunity to get a bargain. I also think this was oversold however we will need to wait and see. all IMHO Harry
21/1/2016
10:08
hawkwind4: Sounds like you guys are happy to see and speculate to push the share price down just to get in here. Plexus has a product that I can see will become an absolute must for all drillers of the wet stuff. As can be seen by sales.
15/1/2016
09:47
source: Hi Emerald - yes maybe a buyer will emerge, but its seems many potential purchasers going through their own severe problems, so it may need a little stability to return to oil markets first -- which I think will take some time yet. Could be interesting if the Plexus's current toppy share price and ratings become removed and Plexus reaches much more sensisble levels than now...Not sure how well Plexus will fare in its markets though and think some impact on its forecasts could well occur...After the bad news its out it may be worth a look then? IMVHO, DYOR. Regards, Source.
09/2/2015
16:42
harry rags: Mach100Looks like only one buy today yet the share price rises from yesterday's close when you expect it to go down. All very strange. Still waiting on the sidelines for an opportunity to buy some more. DYOR
11/12/2014
11:40
harry rags: However not reflected in the share price. This company will be taken out sooner or later and possibly once the trials are over would be the best time so plan to keep my shareholding and possibly top up at these prices. All IMHO DYOR
10/10/2014
08:03
el chupacabra: you cant argue with Super groups share price performance of teh last foo year knight, they must be doing something right
17/2/2014
10:03
haydock: Become A Member About Us Plexus Holdings Racks Up more Contract Wins As Regulatory Momentum Builds Behind Its POS-GRIP Solution 17 Feb 2014 by Our Oilbarrel Staff in Share . 1 Print this Article Dean A Forte, Chairman and CEO Dean A Forte, Chairman and CEO Plexus Holdings, the AIM-quoted specialist wellhead supplier, has got 2014 off to a good start with a flurry of new contract wins pushing the share price towards 52-week highs. Recent weeks have seen the London-headquartered engineering group win a £1.5 million order from GDF Suez for an exploration well in the Central North Sea, a £1.1 million order from Maersk Oil to support an exploration well in the Danish North Sea and a three-year contract renewal with Wintershall for drilling in the Dutch North Sea. Interestingly, two of these wells are rated as low or standard pressure, demonstrating that while Plexus has carved a niche in supporting the drilling of high pressure/high temperature wells, its proprietary friction-grip technology, known as POS-GRIP, also brings real benefits to companies operating in normal drilling conditions, offering time and cost-savings benefits as well as safety features in line with HSE ALARP principles ("as low as reasonably practical"). Despite the steady order book and the growing roll call of customers that includes some of the biggest names in the industry, Plexus is still a minnow competing against corporate behemoths for a slice of the multi-billion dollar well-head market. For the 12 months ended June 30, 2013, Plexus, with a market cap of £238 million, saw revenues jump almost 30 per cent to £25.6 million while pre-tax profits were up 38 per cent at £4.3 million, numbers that are small change to the likes of NYSE-quoted FMC Technologies, with a market cap of US$12 billion, or US$14.2 billion market cap Cameron.Yet the momentum in the industry is all going in Plexus' direction because the post-Macondo philosophy of using the "best available and safest technology" (BAST) is pointing operators towards wellhead technologies that deliver on long term integrity, particularly seal life, monitoring, and annular pressure management. "We believe a paradigm shift in attitudes to well safety is taking place, and although it will take time for the industry to fully adapt to this changing environment, we believe that we have the advantage of offering new and uniquely enabling technology, solutions, and equipment that can address a range of current wellhead issues and concerns," company chairman Jeffrey Thrall, who recently agreed to sell 700,000 shares to help meet institutional demand for Plexus stock, said at the AGM. One of the most important developments, however, is the extension of the POS-GRIP technology to subsea environments. Its HGSS subsea wellhead Joint Industry Project, developed alongside industry big-hitters Total, Maersk, Shell, Wintershall, Tullow and Eni, is now in the design stage in a project that could revolutionise subsea safety by delivering instant casing hanger lock-down, and solving the challenge of subsea annulus management in terms of monitoring and remedial capability, issues that were highlighted by the investigation into Macondo disaster of 2010. Plexus has also conducted a JIP for a 20,000 psi HP/HT Tie-Back system that uniquely allows operators to pre-drill HP/HT production wells and tie-back to a platform, not only reducing capital costs but also shortening the timeline to cashflow by allowing operators to bring projects onstream much earlier; it is now looking to run a prototype with an industry partner suitable operating partner. The company is pacing its growth carefully. In December it raised £6.83 million through a placing priced at 245 pence to help fund the two JIPs already underway and possibly launch another as well as building wellhead inventory in Aberdeen and Singapore. Those investors who backed the equity raise are already in the money with the shares currently trading at 287.5 pence. Back
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