Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Altus Strategies LSE:ALS London Ordinary Share GB00BYT26M80 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 10.00p 9.50p 10.50p 10.00p 10.00p 10.00p 0 06:30:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining - - - - 10.77

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23/9/201709:41Alstom: See Bouygues et Areva, all on the fast track315
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02/1/201116:50Alstom - Blue Chip Euro Power/Rail Infrastructure Play31
14/10/200612:21A recovery play9

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24/9/2017
09:20
Altus Strategies Daily Update: Altus Strategies is listed in the Mining sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ALS. The last closing price for Altus Strategies was 10p.
Altus Strategies has a 4 week average price of 9.75p and a 12 week average price of 9.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 104.39p while the 1 year low share price is currently 9.75p.
There are currently 107,680,814 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 205 shares. The market capitalisation of Altus Strategies is £10,768,081.40.
12/1/2011
04:59
grupo guitarlumber: Alstom Advances After Morgan Stanley Upgrades Stock By Francois de Beaupuy - Jan 11, 2011 6:40 PM GMT+0100 inShare.0More Business ExchangeBuzz up!DiggPrint Email .Alstom SA, the world's third-largest maker of power equipment, jumped the most in 13 months in Paris trading after Morgan Stanley upgraded the stock to "overweight," citing a rebound in orders. Alstom, based in Levallois-Perret near the French capital, rose 6.3 percent to finish at 37.20 euros, its highest price for the day. It was the stock's biggest gain since Dec. 1, 2009. "Although the market has become increasingly cognizant of Alstom's recent order rebound, we suspect it is both sustainable and not yet adequately discounted in the share price," Morgan Stanley analysts including Ben Uglow wrote in a research note today. New orders may have exceeded sales in the October-to- December period, they said. The analysts upgraded Alstom from "equalweight" and raised their target price for the company, which also makes railroad and power-transmission equipment, to 52 euros from 35 euros. To contact the reporter on this story: Francois de Beaupuy in Paris at fdebeaupuy@bloomberg.net. To contact the editor responsible for this story: Benedikt Kammel at bkammel@bloomberg.net
08/9/2008
11:20
dasv: I normally only have positive news to report here, but there's a class action lawsuit knocking about dating from 2003 accounts where Alstom are alleged to have overstated cruise ship revenues. There was a share price collapse back then. http://www.forbes.com/afxnewslimited/feeds/afx/2008/09/07/afx5396743.html
11/2/2008
12:13
ariane: source:FT Optimistic engineers Published: February 11 2008 09:40 | Last updated: February 11 2008 09:40 Why is ABB special? The European capital goods sector has had a poor few months in share price terms as the sector as a whole has de-rated. But while ABB shares have lost a quarter of their value in three months, they remain highly prized, trading on 19 times this year's earnings to the broader sector's sub-12 multiple. The attraction is power. Around 45 per cent of ABB's sales are in power transmission, with another fifth related to the mining and energy sector. Structural underspending on power networks over the last 30 years, particularly in the US, should mean many years of work ahead. The recent approval of transmission corridors – areas where individual states cannot object to the laying of new power lines – should also speed the process. Across the Atlantic the European Commission's desire for more energy trading between countries is likely to see spending on inter-country connections increase. And the renewable power sources into which so much is being invested need connecting to transmission grids. In Asia, meanwhile, rising demand for reliable power supplies continues apace: China's investment in its power grid should rise from $34bn last year to $48bn in 2010. However, unlike Alstom, which is exposed purely to power generation and rail infrastructure, the remaining quarter of ABB's business is automation technology for industry. This is just as vulnerable as making ball bearings or machine tools if industrial capital spending falls. But while a slowdown is much anticipated by ABB's and other share prices, it has yet to show up in reported numbers from Swedish bellwethers Sandvik and SKF. Similarly Schneider Electric's main American competitor Eaton forecasts sales to be up 5-6 per cent this year, and underlined its confidence with a dividend hike. Schneider itself is exposed to the ongoing, and likely long-lasting drive by governments and companies to improve energy efficiency, and survived the last recession relatively unscathed. If the reporting season continues to pass without unpleasant surprises, some of the pessimism may have to be reassessed.
27/6/2006
08:09
cat100: An unprecedented scheme - ALSTOM shares the success of its recovery with its 60,000 employees 26 June 2006 Under the 'Awards for All' scheme, each of the 60,000 employees working in ALSTOM's 62 countries have been granted 12 free shares, or their equivalent*. This initiative allows employees to share in the Group's collective success, and to be closely linked to its development strategy. Announced in November 2005 by Patrick Kron, Chairman & CEO of ALSTOM, the initiative was dependent on the achievement of the Group's major financial objectives, considered important for the Group's recovery, stated as positive free cash-flow and an operating margin of 5.6%. With the announcement of the 2005/06 fiscal year results last May, ALSTOM confirmed that its objectives had been achieved, indeed exceeded, with a positive cash-flow of €525 million and an operating margin of 5%. In line with the commitment made, employees in the 62 countries where ALSTOM is present will benefit from this scheme. This distribution of free shares will represent 0.5% of the Group's capital and will increase the stake held by employees to 1.5%. ALSTOM intends to further increase employees' shareholding in the Group's capital. In clear terms, after an initial acquisition period of two years, then a vesting period of the same length, employees can sell their shares from 20 May 2010 onwards. On the same day, in countries where the allocation of shares has not been possible, employees will receive a cash equivalent of the 12 shares, based on an average of the share price over the previous 20 trading days. "With 'Awards for All', ALSTOM employees can see their efforts rewarded, after a number of difficult years" says Patrick Dubert, Senior Vice President, Human Resources. "What's more, at the heart of a redefined, stronger Group, enjoying restored profitability and strong development prospects, employees will share in the success of their company over the years to come, associating their individual contribution to ALSTOM's collective success. 'Awards for All' will equally be an important tool for dialogue and objective sharing within the Group". * on June 26, 2006 at 11hrs, ALSTOM's share was listed at €69,50 on the Paris Bourse. Twelve actions thus represented on this date the equivalent of € 834
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