Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pressure Tech LSE:PRES London Ordinary Share GB00B1XFKR57 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 138.50p 135.00p 142.00p 138.50p 138.50p 138.50p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 55.6 0.6 4.9 28.3 20.05

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2017-08-22 14:06:43142.905,0007,145.00O
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2017-08-22 10:46:36135.88500679.40O
2017-08-22 10:31:48137.64500688.20O
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23/8/2017
09:20
Pressure Tech Daily Update: Pressure Tech is listed in the Industrial Engineering sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PRES. The last closing price for Pressure Tech was 138.50p.
Pressure Tech has a 4 week average price of 137.50p and a 12 week average price of 124p.
The 1 year high share price is 242.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 124p.
There are currently 14,479,023 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 6,401 shares. The market capitalisation of Pressure Tech is £20,053,446.86.
02/6/2017
23:48
cerrito: Lex in the FT today comparing the growth of US shale oil production with shares of US oil service companies being in the doldrums. Apparently the Philadelphia Oil Service Index has lost 24% this year-as indeed has Pres' share price since the end of January
28/2/2017
10:03
harvs1: Heavy selling over the last week or so. Anyone think that a placing is likely soon? Cash is relatively low after acquisition of Martract but still plenty of debt available it seems. Cant see any worrying reasons for the drop so have started to accumulate a few more but would appreciate others views. Long term once the inevitable recovery of the oil market gathers pace and profits return £25m market will be a snip in my opinion. £5m net profits a few years back easily achievable again the next couple of years (share price would surely double from here minimum if so) and more looking ahead. Less competition going forward and the business is much more diversified now for me makes this more of a compelling buy. Confident I'm right on this and will keep buying on the drops, but as I said only slight concern is possibility of dilution with a placing.
16/12/2016
09:11
paleje: With the International Energy Agency (‘IEA’) suggesting that demand for oil could outstrip supply in the next six months if Opec and countries outside the cartel can commit to the suggested lower outputs, the energy sector could offer plenty of recovery opportunities in 2017. Our Blog assesses 4 small caps on the London market that have seen their share prices tumble over the past few years due to the moribund oil price. These underperformers could be beneficiaries of a marginally more elevated oil price and potentially enjoy some rapid share price recovery in 2017. PRES, GTC, THAL, NBI http://www.investorschampion.com/blog/entry/energy-sector-recovery-stocks-for-2017 Need to subscribe for full article, its free though.
14/12/2016
17:06
paleje: Capital gain should easily make up for the lost divi which will only be temporary imo. I like divis too and hold boring stocks like CARD and CAKE because of them but I don't mind a bit of both. Report in today's Times says IEA anticipate demand to rise faster than thought next year, of course there will be counter views but based on the eps estimates put forward yesterday it wouldn't unreasonable to expect the share price to double by this time next year. http://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/oil-demand-to-rise-faster-than-expected-next-year-says-iea-wgf7xv7js
27/5/2015
18:21
my retirement fund: ahh, well lets hope not to many innocent less experienced investors got had over by it. Lets be clear, if individuals are able to pile in and move the share price and then collect some gains, there most certainly has to be individuals the other side of the trade who stand to lose. Something that particular smash and grab poster (whom shall remain nameless), and his followers probably care not less for.
19/5/2015
10:04
brummy_git: It looks as though somebody knows something given the recent share price bounce
15/5/2015
10:01
brummy_git: Share price rise indicates that there may be some good news coming out soon
13/5/2015
10:14
meijiman: Well well. I think it might be folk looking at what the likes of Cape has been saying and maybe Wood Group today and thinking that whilst its tough out there its by no means the end of the world scenario which seemed to have been baked in to the PRES share price.Got to agree with poster longshanks- 1347.
26/3/2015
16:21
pugugly: Can anyone double chek me re the Kelly loan - After ther writedowns in the last accounts I make the balance outstanding (if all goes pear shaped) some £1.4 million or about 10p per share - Am I missing something ? If not it may account for some of the current share price weakness - However at the moment only rns re major selling is that of Investec . The rest seem to be holding steady Significant shareholdings as at 28 February 2015 Schroder Investment Management 1,386,016 9.64% Liontrust Asset Management 1,346,783 9.37% J.T.S. Hayward 1,002,221 6.97% Hargreave Hale 879,730 6.12% Clients of Charles Stanley 722,703 5.03% Hargreaves Lansdown 572,456 3.98% James Sharp 556,010 3.87% AJ Bell Securities 544,693 3.79% Artemis Investment Management 517,500 3.60% Unicorn Asset Management 467,167 3.25% Slater Investments 450,000 3.13% BMO Global Asset Management (Europe) 435,769 3.03% Aviva Investors 435,662 3.03% However now very much ex growth (subject to price of oil) and managment overheads significantly higher but reduction in rental costs as property purchased. QUESTION- What would be a appropriate forward p/e for a small niche engineering company and any guesses at likley 2015 frs3 eps. Just to start us off (in the absence of any recent brokers notes I suggest somewhere in the region of :- Estimated eps 2015…………………… 0.160 Est adjusted eps 2015 0.220 Forward pe ratio…2015R30;……230;.. 12.5000 Forward adjusted pe ratio…2015 9.0909 The above p/e's calculated at £2.00 per share. No crystal ball - I could well be out by over 50% either way but just to get a discussion going - Thoughts ?? (or is it just too uncertain to even hazzard a guess in the current economic climate ?) [Declaration I bought back in 2008/2009 and sold most during 2014 but am considering a re-entry as management seem competent honest and straitforward - more than you can say for many ]
02/11/2014
13:41
coppertrader: Key statsMarket capitalisation £98mNo. of shares out 14mNo. of shares floating 13mNo. of common shareholders not statedNo. of employees 191Trading volume (10 day avg.) 0mTurnover £34mProfit before tax £2mEarnings per share 19.23pCashflow per share 27.13pCash per share 35.59p*Correct as at 31 Oct 2014Slater cranks up Pressure stakeSmall and mid-cap veteran Mark Slater has upped his stake in high-pressure cylinder manufacturer Pressure Technologies (PRES).Slater increased his holding in the company from 325,000 shares to 450,000 or 3.13% worth £3.1 million at a share price of 695p, down from a year-high of 773p at the end of July.Pressure Technologies specialises in the design and manufacture of high-pressure oil and gas containment cylinders for the energy and defence industries.Slater, co-founder and chief investment officer of Slater Investments, pursues a growth-at-reasonable value investment philosophy.Even following the recent slip in its share price Pressure is not especially cheap at a price-earnings ratio of 39x but is rapidly growing, either buying out or taking stakes in several international and specialist businesses over the last year.In results for the six months to April, the company reported operating profit up 53% to £2.2 million and revenue up 21% at £19.9 million.
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