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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Renew Holdings LSE:RNWH London Ordinary Share GB0005359004 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -10.00p -2.33% 420.00p 410.00p 432.75p 443.50p 410.25p 428.75p 67,272 16:35:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 525.7 19.4 17.1 24.6 261.74

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26/7/2017
09:20
Renew Holdings Daily Update: Renew Holdings is listed in the Construction & Materials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RNWH. The last closing price for Renew Holdings was 430p.
Renew Holdings has a 4 week average price of 410.25p and a 12 week average price of 405p.
The 1 year high share price is 490p while the 1 year low share price is currently 327.50p.
There are currently 62,317,948 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 83,169 shares. The market capitalisation of Renew Holdings is £261,735,381.60.
24/5/2017
12:07
rivaldo: Thanks for the IC buy tip penpont. And another one here rom i.i.i.....I suspect the breakout will be upwards: "Does Renew Holdings deserve premium rating? By Lee Wild | Tue, 23rd May 2017 - 17:24 In the dark days of summer 2009, as the market began its fledgling recovery from the financial crisis, there were bargains to be had. Turns out Renew Holdings (RNWH) was one of them. In the past eight years its share price has surged by 2,030%, up from 23p to a high of 490p, and latest record results suggest the business has further potential. Renew, which runs engineering contracts for nuclear power plants, Network Rail and London Underground, increased adjusted pre-tax profit by 11% in the six months ended 31 March to £12 million. With revenue up 9%, adjusted operating profit margin rose by 20 basis points to 4.2%. At the core engineering services division, operating profit jumped by 14% to £11.9 million on sales up 6% to £234 million. Margin was 5.1%, underpinning management expectations of hitting its group margin target of 4.5% for the full-year. The order book is steady at £517 million, and expected revenue for the second half of the financial year is fully secured, we're told. Chief executive Paul Scott told me there were "no real standouts" during the first half, but that income momentum from two clients in the water sector - just beginning the third year of its sixth asset management period (AMP6) of investment - were "helpful". And the £7 million acquisition of Giffen Holdings in November is already paying off, broadening the services offered to the rail industry. Previously, Renew did not offer electrical control and power distribution services. It does now. It's also gained London Underground as a client, which it might otherwise have struggled to do. And Giffen is also becoming more ambitious in the jobs it pitches for, which can only be good for business. And management is smart enough to know when it's time to cut losses, too, exiting their loss-making low pressure, small diameter gas pipe replacement business. It's meant booking a £5.8 million non-cash impairment charge, and there'll also be redundancy costs, but it does focus the unit on higher margin medium pressure work, which should get the gas operation back into profit next year. Renew will also swing from net debt of £3.5 million, because of the acquisition, to net cash by the end of September. With the interim dividend hiked by 13% to 3p, the total payout for the 12 months is tipped by analysts to reach at least 9p. That gives a prospective yield of 2%. It's not the most generous, but it is expected to continue growing in the double digits. At 459p, Renishaw trades on a forward price/earnings (PE) ratio of 14, although City estimates only factor in mid-single-digit earnings per share growth, suggesting share price progress from here might be more sedate. However, Guy Hewett at finnCap argues that Renew is still cheap. "Renew's strong track record of delivering essential services on large, long-term frameworks can command a higher rating," says the analyst, repeating his 586p price target. Howard Seymour at house broker Numis Securities repeats his 'add' recommendation and 500p target, which would put Renew on a PE of 14.5 based on profit forecasts for 2018. There is an interesting chart formation here, too (see trendlines drawn on chart above), which might imply that a breakout either way is possible soon. One to watch."
24/5/2017
11:41
gengulphus: I suppose the worst that can be said here is that the share price rise has stalled in the last 6 months ... I'd have said the last 3 months, not the last 6 - from looking at a chart, the share price was around 400p six months ago in November, about 450p or a bit above three months ago in February, now still a bit above 450p. Gengulphus
19/5/2017
11:37
gengulphus: Hardly worth manipulating the market for 37 shares! I think the idea of such manipulation would be to manipulate the opening price using a small number of shares, then cash in on something more significant! If for example one could manipulate the share price down enough to trigger a reasonable number of shareholders' stop-losses, one might then use the resulting temporary glut of shares on the market to pick up a lot of shares cheaply. Or similarly, one might induce traders using technical analysis to believe an uptrend had ended and so it was time to sell. Note I'm not saying that idea can be made to work - just that it's plausible enough that someone might be trying it... Gengulphus
04/4/2017
12:10
grahamburn: hvs. Perhaps this piece in the Business Commentary column of The Times will give you a clue - albeit a little "tongue in cheek": ____________________ Go ahead, why not? David Brown, the Go-Ahead boss, has had hardly anything on lately. Not running Southern rail only takes up so much time for the man whose group owns 65 per cent of operator Govia Thameslink Railway. And one look at the Go-Ahead share price shows you how relaxed he can be: it’s down a mere 35 per cent in 12 months. So no wonder he’s decided now is the ideal time to take on another job. He’s just signed up to become a non-executive director of Renew, an engineer worth £280 million or two and a half times less than Go-Ahead. Even better, he chose the very day Southern’s drivers rejected, for the second time, a peace deal put to them by union Aslef. That all points to more strikes down the track, on top of the roughly 40 days lost in a year after action from them and the RMT’s conductors. The passengers will be delighted, then, to see Mr Brown pocketing about £35,000 a year moonlighting at another company. He says it’ll all be “manageable221; and the Go-Ahead board “want me to do these things to expand my knowledge”. In which case, the board, chaired by Andrew Allner, needs its collective head examined. Right now, Go-Ahead should be Mr Brown’s sole focus. There’s one way for him to renew his reputation and it’s got nothing to do with an engineering company.
23/3/2017
08:20
rivaldo: Exactly - and quite right too :o)) I'm pretty sure that most here are very relaxed, long-term holders who don't feel the need to clog up the thread with posts every five minutes about the share price falling a few pence from all-time highs on a bit of profit-taking, which is really all that's happened. Unless anyone has a different opinion. As wad collector says, it's irrational to me also and judging by today's rise will soon be corrected.
22/11/2016
10:46
rivaldo: Numis have increased their price target to 450p (from 390p): Https://www.thecerbatgem.com/2016/11/22/numis-securities-ltd-boosts-renew-holdings-plc-rnwh-price-target-to-gbx-450.html
03/10/2016
18:09
hopeful holder: Judging by the closing share price, the market appears to have expected the news provided today.I'd echo the positive sentiments re Brian May.
03/10/2016
07:16
rivaldo: Excellent news - trading is in line with forecasts, plus the group has net cash now, so should be ready for more acquisitions: Http://www.investegate.co.uk/renew-holdings-plc--rnwh-/rns/trading-update-and-notice-of-results/201610030700084133L/ We're now in a year with forecasts of 30.8p EPS and a 9p dividend, so the current share price is just too cheap imho given the fundamentals and potential.
05/4/2016
12:29
rivaldo: RNWH are already halfway through this financial year. It won't be long before the market's thoughts will turn to next year (to 30/9/17). Forecasts for that year are already around 31p EPS, which would justify a 440p-450p share price on RNWH's new rating. But there are a number of potential catalysts for additional progress: - RNWH have stated they expect to be in net cash by 30th September. Given RNWH's usual policy I'd expect a meaty acquisition before then, presumably enhancing earnings quite considerably - the environmental division should benefit from a big pick up in AMP7 work as new contract awards kick in - the two underperforming gas and telecom infrastructure divisions should also benefit from the recovery which RNWH expect to take place.
16/7/2013
10:05
rivaldo: WH Ireland have this morning e-mailed the following in their morning update to account holders....which may account for some of today's interest, with hopefully more to come: "Renew Holdings (RNWH) – BUY – Reiterate recommendation Market Cap £61.1m Price 96p Target 137.5p After a good set of H1 results six weeks ago, the RNWH share price has trickled back by more than 10% from the 107p high. At the same time, underlying newsflow for this stock has only been good, with further news about the energy issues that beset the UK, and reinforcement for the investment programme at Sellafield. Results showed the order book 19% ahead and net debt halved from the previous HY. We cut our FY net debt forecast to £2m from £3.2m. Our 137.5p target price suggests a 10x PE, which we believe is very achievable. We regard the current 7x PE, 5x EV/EBITDA as very undemanding. Buy."
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