Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Rotork LSE:ROR London Ordinary Share GB00BVFNZH21 ORD 0.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.50p +0.20% 244.80p 244.70p 245.00p 247.60p 242.50p 247.10p 3,449,594.00 16:35:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 546.5 101.9 8.6 28.5 2,129.32

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/11/2016
20:27
EI I top sliced today. A bird in the hand and all that.
redartbmud
22/11/2016
20:13
New year (highest for nearly 18mths) high today. Another day tomorrow that's even half as good as today and i'll be tempted to bail at roughly b/even. Can't see a return to the £30 (£3) days any time soon.
chiefbrody
22/11/2016
19:49
Thought around £2 a share was more than fair, got that wrong!.
essentialinvestor
04/3/2016
19:23
Fair comment. I've watched the FY webcast recording. There's pricing pressure in certain areas. But I'm still holding my shares.
quickmind
01/3/2016
11:20
Whilst the up move is welcome the company is hardly out of the woods. Cost management only gets you so far. Underlying demand for its key products is not what it should be and this is a reason for concern. Coupled with underlying market trend (which is unmistakably down for three months on the trot), one may want to be cautious.
tongosti
01/3/2016
08:20
This is great news look at the reaction. Negative slide was way over done.
ch1ck
27/2/2016
09:38
It looks like the end of day matched trades, where the buys and sells are matched by mm, but can't be certain
modform
26/2/2016
23:48
604,429 share transaction. Anyone got any idea whether it was a buy or sell?
robbiereliable
13/11/2015
08:43
tong A valid argument. I am not a fan of goodwill on the balance sheet. Valuation is subjective, and the bank manager may not be too sympathetic when you go cap in hand for a loan. The businesses that they buy are extremely well researched and, given their size, should integrate quickly without too much disruption. I would expect that the staff that they take over are high quality and well trained. If they pay a premium then it is for those reasons. It is a long haul back, but I can think of many more businesses that I would not want to be in, given the current economic climate. red
redartbmud
13/11/2015
08:31
Don't get me wrong fellas, I am a fan of the company and that's why am invested here. It's just that I have never been a big fan of shopping sprees (Red - I do take your point though) on two key grounds:- companies tend to overpay for them- it takes time for new businesses to be properly integrated- when the markets turn against you, your balance sheet will take a hit as acquisition premiums get written offOn a more cheerful note, I agree that news could have been worse today so maintaining previous guidance is certainly welcome.
tongosti
13/11/2015
08:30
Now if I could answer that one red! )
essentialinvestor
13/11/2015
08:29
Agree with the above. Follows WEIR and POS in coping as well as possible. It is easy to forget that these companies are experienced in coping with cyclical oil prices (caveat this cycle is big, very political and fast). apad
apad
13/11/2015
08:26
EI Yes more blood on the streets for oil/oil related. It has to stop sometime, but when? red
redartbmud
13/11/2015
08:23
I would give ROR the benefit of the doubt on this, and to be fair would agree with red's assessment. Given the market context that statement is a result. However as poo is plunging yet again, there are unfortunately significant CAPEX cuts to come for the wider sector. Scaling in as mentioned is perhaps the wiser option.
essentialinvestor
13/11/2015
08:00
tong They are filling gaps in the product range, and expanding their footprint. They could do so by product development and opening their own premises. Buying is immediate and eliminates competition. No material change in the forecast from last time. red
redartbmud
13/11/2015
07:22
Don't like the fact the company is a serial acquirer. It is one key reason why net debt is now positive. Management need to show they can grow organically and add here and there opportunistically ( they won't donut of course because their stated strategy is growing by acquisition). Goodwill charges could be a hemlock when markets turn south...
tongosti
12/11/2015
13:17
SMIN update shortly from memory, it's a guessing game of where the next sector warning is coming from atm, a little like a perverse take on pass the parcel.
essentialinvestor
12/11/2015
13:01
Going down the tubes the whole sector (WEIR and SMIN doing the same) today
tongosti
10/11/2015
14:27
I know am stating the obvious (as always)!
tongosti
10/11/2015
14:27
If 180p is broken, then the countertrend which started at 165p has a very real risk of being reversed. A lot would depend on this Friday's trading update
tongosti
07/10/2015
11:26
Going through the roof today - Understandable considering ROR's exposure to oil & gas.
tongosti
25/9/2015
07:15
Thanks Apad.
tongosti
25/9/2015
04:14
tong, You'll find my views on the RSW and VLG threads. Note that last year had some unusually large orders for RSW that are not expected to recur. apad
apad
24/9/2015
22:15
FD added another few.
essentialinvestor
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