Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sondex Plc LSE:SDX London Ordinary Share CA78410A1075 COM SHS NPV (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.75p -3.06% 23.75p 23.00p 24.50p 24.25p 23.50p 24.25p 31,500 09:09:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil & Gas Producers - - - - 18.03

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25/9/2016
09:20
Sondex Daily Update: Sondex Plc is listed in the Oil & Gas Producers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SDX. The last closing price for Sondex was 24.50p.
Sondex Plc has a 4 week average price of 24.84p and a 12 week average price of 23.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 459.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 19.50p.
There are currently 75,933,902 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 47,660 shares. The market capitalisation of Sondex Plc is £18,034,301.73.
10/8/2007
18:14
hectorp: All we can do is see the effect on the share price. SDX to me is a convincing medium term hold. I'd rather hold 1000 SDX than 3100 pounds in my current account. SDX will continue to sell its product to the oil explorers and producers. This is not a recessionary sector - is it? H.
09/8/2007
07:56
hectorp: Thats useful to note, rivaldo, thank you for mentioning the Investec revised note. So we have a lot! of leeway between current share price and a market P/E of 18... AS things have looked recently, a share price even 60p higher than today would look magnificent.
08/8/2007
23:03
rivaldo: Nice bounce today. Have Investec increased their forecasts? They're going for 27.91p EPS next year (21.89p EPS this year), which I don't remember seeing before, per a forecast dated yesterday. That's the highest forecast out there. A sector P/E of say 18 would see the SDX share price at 502p for next year.
16/7/2007
10:51
hectorp: Thanks for your comparative valuations, PEG's etc. we have come a long way since I bought at 244p in 2006 and we are still lagging behind. I took today as a time to add a couple of K shares. We look poised to rally from here, but nothing ever surprises me now with SDX share price. I've now sold my HTG and invested a chunk today in SDX, and added 3000 CFD at 359p. HTG has outperformed SDX by over 40% since January. But - the truth is in the comparative values here, which are really excellent.
13/7/2007
08:37
hectorp: It was important the share price crept into the 360's, we did so today ( so far) SDX share price must make hay while the markets are so positive. There is a strong order book, . We are also due news on some new product this coming Autumn. We might also have a trading update in September.
20/6/2007
19:44
hectorp: I have often found that if the market understands that a share is due forward earnings of a certain ratio to income stream, ( I don't refer to P/E which is largely and backward-based?) anyhow to continue, such a favourable situation is rewarded with a share price upgrade long before the actual eventuality is realised. Logically, if the markets are, we should be moving towards the 400 mark and then 430p, from now on just as Wellington advanced on Napoleon. This was inevitable dynamic action, we wish to see the same, carry on, MM's , do your duty.
20/6/2007
08:28
rivaldo: Hi ch and Hector, I grabbed some this morning straight away. SDX seems on a preety cheap rating relative to the sector and this morning's RNS confirms that. Hopefully this and WSM will both do me proud. Do you have price targets? With around 26p forward EPS forecast currently, a P/E of 18 and a 470p share price might be in order. Too ambitious or agreed?
27/4/2007
17:18
hectorp: SDX - the share price on the chart has regrettably fallen through 6-month support so this looks quite unpleasant on paper. In my book the share could be considerad a sell candidate. I've decided to stop adding shares, but I will not sell as I want to see how the results look, I still expect them to be very positive. IF the share price continues to drift however , there is some poor news around that we are not expecting.
06/11/2006
17:21
jodi17qad: As a holder, I am rather baffled and disappointed by the recent share price performance. In a very strong sector and with Hunting reaching new highs daily, I had expected SDX to have moved ahead. I can only suppose that not all of the placing has been taken up and there must be some stock overhang Given that the offer price was quite deeply discounted and the placing price was no doubt reached after consultation with principal holders, I would have expected the price to have held above the placing price in any event, or at least moved ahead once the placing date had past. I would not expect the share price to go down on account of the placing, although it might well fall as a consequence of a general market adjustment. Given the strong trading statement on 21 September, when we were told that first half trading was "over 50% higher than last year", and "recent acquisitions" were "performing well", I find the present situation surprising. The same statement promised interim results by the end of October, but I have seen nothing
06/11/2006
17:21
jodi17qad: As a holder, I am rather baffled and disappointed by the recent share price performance. In a very strong sector and with Hunting reaching new highs daily, I had expected SDX to have moved ahead. I can only suppose that not all of the placing has been taken up and there must be some stock overhang Given that the offer price was quite deeply discounted and the placing price was no doubt reached after consultation with principal holders, I would have expected the price to have held above the placing price in any event, or at least moved ahead once the placing date had past. I would not expect the share price to go down on account of the placing, although it might well fall as a consequence of a general market adjustment. Given the strong trading statement on 21 September, when we were told that first half trading was "over 50% higher than last year", and "recent acquisitions" were "performing well", I find the present situation surprising. The same statement promised further information by the end of October, but I have seen nothing
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