Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Styles & Wood LSE:STY London Ordinary Share GB00BLG2TG58 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +3.00p +0.88% 342.00p 337.00p 347.00p 342.00p 339.00p 339.00p 12,986 14:30:35
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 104.7 3.5 34.2 10.0 29.72

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Styles & Wood Daily Update: Styles & Wood is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker STY. The last closing price for Styles & Wood was 339p.
Styles & Wood has a 4 week average price of 312.50p and a 12 week average price of 292.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 500p while the 1 year low share price is currently 292.50p.
There are currently 8,690,328 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 27,600 shares. The market capitalisation of Styles & Wood is £29,720,921.76.
graham1ty: Nobilis, not sure about 50p, but fingers crossed. The share price was suggesting there was something we did not know, some horrendous pending announcement. This statement withdraws that concern at least for a while
rp19: Share price action not good but I was happy with the results and outlook. Lots of framework opportunities about, hopefully some positive news on these will reverse the recent trend.
rp19: Surprised at the decline in share price as I thought the results were very positive. Increasing profits, order book and confident outlook. Undemanding rating, a strong hold for me.
smallcapinvestor1: Eps forecast is 55p for this year and that is being very conservative. I reckon 60p more likely.Revenue is slight red herring now because the company are being more selective and going after higher margin work. Also much less pass through revenue work where they source and supply goods and make almost nothing on it but still count it as revenue.Cash generation very strong.The current share price is 50% too low.
ramridge: All the company has to say is something along the lines of "in the context of this RNS, the Board's expectations are identical or very close to current consensus market expectations" That's it. That would clear all the noise and doubts and send the share price north. They can do this as an explanatory note which does not require issuing a new RNS, because it would then not be considered new information but just a clarification. They can do it via their broker too. It would be good if they did this today. But if no such clarification appears by tomorrow, you got to ask yourself (a) are they really that incompetent? or (2) what are they hiding?
gleach23: Some news today - not flagged up on my monitor
moneybags: The stock market is a very strange place sometimes.A company brings out great news, and because of that, the companies share price goes down. You can't win.....!! It's all good fun anyway Regards , MoneyFlabbergastedBags
duncan doughnut: Just home from work to see the share price still down. I'm not surprised really, I think the average bod can't contemplate such an imbalance in earnings between first and second halves. But it's the same every year, go back through the past results. With first half earnings up over 3p that should equate to a lot more on the second half. 10p-15p on last years earnings or more in total? Forecasts were for earnings to be flat more or less.
brando69: ha. i'll stick to predicting STY share price movements...
whites123: PUGUGLY, I was enjoying this line of discussion (Although not joining in) Plutonian 27 Jan'15 - 10:19 - 3136 of 3184 0 0 The RBS holding is no surprise to investors here. The finance deal was set out several years ago. I see this as a binary investment. If the company can continue to service the debt repayments until they finish at the end of the decade then this is a 10 bagger, otherwise we are bust. If the company can demonstrate adequate earnings visibility earlier, then I expect the company to issue equity to pay off the debt, but only at a much higher share price. Graham1TY 27 Jan'15 - 14:10 - 3137 of 3184 0 0 Plutonian. Agree. If they can get through the first 3/4 repayments then sentiment will change dramatically. A business this big could easily support £5-8m of ordinary debt. So, each set of cash flows will be scoured for signs of their ability to pay the next installment. It does tie all free cash flow for that period, but if they do survive ( the bank must surely support them if it is going to get its money back) then a ten bagger. An equity issue is years away as would be massively dilutive, however as soon a sentiment says this will survive, the share price will soar and an issue would be on the cards to accelerate my3/4 year timetable above. iSite alone is worth more than the market cap Bagpuss67 27 Jan'15 - 14:15 - 3138 of 3184 0 0 Also the prefs would get zero return on insolvency so the bank would gain nothing from playing too hard ball. An amend and extend of the pref terms may be another possibility. Provided the Company can keep servicing the coupon and some sort of redemptions?? ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: I am hopeful (I Suspect) the next results (Due this month... possibly this week :-) Will show improved margins and reduced loss and another improved outlook. Certainly the contract wins of late would suggest that STY is making good progress and the move to AIM was actually a longer term plan of the BOD's to allow them to raise capital easier / quicker than the main listing. My thoughts are the plan is not dissimilar to what has been muted above. My personal thoughts (And I do hold, but "try" and remain unbiased) is that the company is on the cus[p of turning a corner. Previously mentions of ten bagger were often banded about. From the depressed share price we are currently at then is this now an even better opportunity to witness such? The difficulty being the tradability of the stock. Its illiquid and the MM's will cut the NMS to deter trading. I am expecting the company Nomad/broker to get involved next week. In the meantime those that are prepared to take the risk and pay over the quote could benefit hugely IMO. Its not one for widows and orphans though. With Bank covenants I cant ever envisage STY being left to rot. It will come good but how long will it take? Will this months results be enough to start the climb back up in share price terms?
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