Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Van Elle LSE:VANL London Ordinary Share GB00BYX4TP46 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.50p +1.54% 99.00p 98.00p 100.00p 99.00p 97.50p 97.50p 160,523 15:37:51
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering - - - - 79.20

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Van Elle Daily Update: Van Elle is listed in the Industrial Engineering sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VANL. The last closing price for Van Elle was 97.50p.
Van Elle has a 4 week average price of 86p and a 12 week average price of 86p.
The 1 year high share price is 139p while the 1 year low share price is currently 77p.
There are currently 80,000,000 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 73,787 shares. The market capitalisation of Van Elle is £79,200,000.
palmermpz: I sold out completely here for a smallish loss for a few reasons. 1. Reading between the lines, it sounds like they might be preparing the market for a possible profit warning by mentioning the rail business is challenging. 2. They talk of meeting company expectations and not market expectations which is often a worry. 3. This industry is prone to a loss of a contact/cost over runs etc and any mention of that would see the share price plummet. 4. Its dropped under the 100 p level which is often a psychologically important level. 5. The overall tone wasn't exactly inspiring so not sure why anyone would want to buy shares in the company now hence no share price driver. If you continue to hold, best of luck.
spoole5: Looking interesting at these levels. Basically a temporary 5% revenue reduction has knocked 40% off the share price.
jg88721: Opodio, no the CEO didn't just quit, and they're not rudderless. Fenton remains CEO and a significant shareholder. The founder and non-exec chair resigned after the float, as did his a bloke I think is his son-in-law. His coy secretary tasks go to CFO, and other exec mgmt. team pick up his other responsibilities. He wasn't a long standing member of mgmt. team. Charlieg, it was not just a 5 % t/o drop, and lower margins, they also signalled that in addition to later starts on contracts this year, that there is greater uncertainty and less visibility on contracts for next year. We've also had the resignations noted in my first para, and some new contingent liability but too vague a disclosure to quantify impact. All this from a company which only floated very recently - and presented itself as well managed, and well placed for growth. some real questions on mgmt. credibility. Restoring its reputation, and share price rating will take some time, IMHO.
stocky12: I imagine he's out. Just had a read of the statement again. Full year revenue will be 5% below expectations because of delays to some contracts, which by the looks of it will be added to next year's revenue and still expecting double digit growth over the next 2 years. 5% below. Double digit growth expected. Share price down 35% since January. Overreaction? Who knows?
alfieduncan: jg morning ``There is some other explanation, IMHO. Not a positive though - hence the share price reaction`` There`s no evidence to suggest that he`s jumped ship for any other reason. I think if there was some bad news on the way he wouldn`t have wanted to highlight it and jeopardize the value of his wife`s large holding but who`s to know really. We`ve had a fall back to 108p after the results and then back up to 128p. Gone EX,dividend paid and some PIs taking profits. The Jobbers are doing their thing and getting a bit of two way trade going on the back of a little bit of uncertainty with regard the resignation of Tom Lindup. Adrian Barden, acting chairman, said: “On behalf of the Board, I would like to thank Tom for his contribution to the Group, in particular in the development of Van Elle’s legal and governance functions, and we wish him well in the future.” There does seem to have been a particular role that Tom was brought in to do and with the old guard,founder Michael Ellis and deputy grp chairman Vic Hanley, retiring and hanging up their spades it looks like,imo,be a good time to call it a day. The company might be a bit unaware of how markets react to these announcements and I tend to agree that they could have told us in a slightly different way.
jg88721: With respect Alife, I'm not buying that explanation. Why would you take on someone as an exec just for the float and ditch them afterwards - makes no sense. And raises questions afterwards. If the skill gap was only for the IPO - you'd just contract short term, or use a consultant. There is some other explanation, IMHO. Not a positive though - hence the share price reaction GLAH (of which I'm one)
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