Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Severfield LSE:SFR London Ordinary Share GB00B27YGJ97 ORD 2.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.25p -3.06% 71.25p 70.50p 71.50p 73.00p 71.25p 73.00p 106,062.00 16:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 239.4 9.6 2.9 24.7 211.97

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06/12/201613:09Severfield moves closer3,927.00
03/12/201600:33Swiss Franc/ Euro Relationship319.00
15/6/200708:01Severfield...moving up nicely...latest upgraded forecasts look good23.00
27/4/200508:37Severfield - The one to go for - set for Ј4.00149.00

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Severfield Daily Update: Severfield is listed in the Industrial Engineering sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SFR. The last closing price for Severfield was 73.50p.
Severfield has a 4 week average price of 67.83p and a 12 week average price of 61.13p.
The 1 year high share price is 77p while the 1 year low share price is currently 43p.
There are currently 297,503,587 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 314,484 shares. The market capitalisation of Severfield is £211,971,305.74.
rivaldo: Thanks for that. BILN's trading statement will definitely help sentiment here even more. I do believe SFR's share price upturn is primarily due to the solid prospects for this year and beyond given the high order books and visibility for revenues and profits going forward.
meijiman: Yes the read across from BILN would be helpful to the Severfield share price. Have to hope that bolts don't fly off their structures and get them into hot water again.
owenski: With any venture some idea of time scales is a requirement. This change to a different construction model is likely to be very slow and not a guarantee of success, I doubt that they are the only fabricator operating there. In the meantime as with any venture some modelling of expectation and delivery against those expectations is required, just taking a long term bet on another continent thousands of miles away where the culture and practices are entirely different to the experience of the UK model is just an extra level of risk. And meantime as said, it is consuming resources. The share price reacted to the results yesterday, but I notice most of that move was a mark up from the open, unless institutions start increasing holdings here the share price is unlikely to make much headway. The UK story is one of recovery, The India market may work some time in the future but it's also possible that SFR may exit and concentrate on proven home markets, who knows, they were doing very well prior to the financial collapse. So far the India market isn't showing encouraging signs.
thomasthetank1: Read Edison's note on SEVERFIELD PLC (SFR), out this morning, by visiting hxxps:// "Severfield’s rising UK order book and improving margins set a good tone ahead of FY16 results on 15 June. A recent capital markets event served to reinforce the margin development path that the company is on, with further progress targeted. Little of this appears to be factored into the share price currently and we believe the scope for outperformance is now significant..."
jadeticl3: The share price has disappointed me since the turn of the year, and the trading statement did nothing positive although a few analysts appear to feel positive about SFR. Is it impacted by rumbles in the steel industry?
jadeticl3: Don't worry about selling now wipo1. Hold onto any you have until the end of this year and you should have a profit AND be able to sell into a rising share price.
jadeticl3: Well done steelwatch. You appear to have sparked off a new enthusiasm and a leap in share price. Keep on posting!
thorne1: The reason why the share price has not moved is because the company's market capitalisation of £207m at 70p per share already discounts a very significant recovery.The thing to remember is that in March 2013 the company suffered an extremely dilutive 7:3 rescue rights issue at 23p per share such that previous share price highs are unlikely to be reached again even with a total recovery in profits.Although I would expect the share price to edge up to say 80p over the next few months and to double possibly over 3 years the rate of ascent will be mitigated by the veritable avalanche of sales by those institutions that bought at 23p.Sorry to pour cold water on the situation but these are the facts.
thorne1: My view is that with continued low interest rates and the Conservative victory, confidence in the construction markets serviced by SFR can only increase.The London office market where there is a major shortage of stock will be particularly buoyant over the next few years for example.All this demand is now gradually beginning to feed through and will impact very favourably on the bottom line as a result of the company's high level of operational gearing.India we are told is also coming right.The company's problem in share price terms is that the rescue rights issue of a few years ago was extremely dilutive with the result that the company's performance has taken some time to "grow" into the share price.That threshold is in my opinion about to be crossed.The next 5 years could be quite rewarding.
jadeticl3: We think there is, but we are expecting a slow build up and with it a rise in SFR share price. If we were not why would we be holding these shares? We are far from euphoric, but I am optimistic that the company is still in recovery mode.
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