Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Andrews Sykes LSE:ASY London Ordinary Share GB0002684552 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% 505.00p 490.00p 520.00p 517.50p 505.00p 505.00p 4,500 14:00:12
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 71.3 17.3 33.4 15.1 213.42

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31/10/2016
06:51
Nice 11.9p interim dividend due to be paid this Wednesday 2nd November. QP.
quepassa
31/10/2016
06:33
OK, no big deal yet but it does look as though things will get quite cold through the next week. Probably too early in the season to make a big impact but I would imagine there will be some interest in ASY products caused by the cold weather and it's been (in the last 5yrs or so) quite unusual for it to get cold in Nov. Should be talk of snow and frost, especially in the north. We shall see.
keithfox
11/10/2016
15:22
Aye , seems any stock that is sold into the market is mopped up ... long may it last ! (no advice etc.)
ignoble
11/10/2016
11:59
Someone happy to invest 20k at 382p.
keithfox
06/10/2016
08:15
XD today, pay day 2/11.
cwa1
29/9/2016
22:01
As discussed previously BREXIT assiting here with a nice currency gain. Half of the imporved profit coming from that direction. Solid results as normal and confirmation of divi as well as reduction in debt which should ensure high probability of sustaining the yield. Positive outlook statement and a healthy looking chart. Can't imagine there's too much free stock about nor many sellers.
thorpematt
29/9/2016
19:29
As long as my heating stays off , I'm happy !
ignoble
29/9/2016
17:59
Out of interest it's looking more and more likely that another heatwave is on the way next week. OK, less likely to impact ASY as it's later in the year now but Europe is getting it too, so it may have some effect. Autumns definitely getting warmer these days.
keithfox
29/9/2016
14:28
Good on you! Ha-ha. QP
quepassa
29/9/2016
13:33
Que , and they don't come much tighter than me , lol
ignoble
29/9/2016
12:16
Only a tiny 4,500 shares traded - astonishing on the back of such good results. But that's the house-style of ASY to keep a low market profile and a tight but loyal and supportive set of investors. I admire that in many ways. Low profile and off the radar is beneficial with AIM companies with a strong family ownership structure. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
29/9/2016
07:44
Yes, not much to not like there. Positive outlook as well and that the ASY board are "cautiously optimistic" is almost the same as some other companies saying things are going gangbusters :-)
cwa1
29/9/2016
07:40
Just out of interest they are doing this without much help from the weather. Last winter was mild and not as wet as previous winters. I haven't since any snow for 4 years here and hardly any frost. Spring and early summer were quite cool too. However, there have been some hot spells since July and Europe has been pretty warm too, so any help from the weather will be noticed in the second half not the first. With such a strong first half without much help from the weather, the full year results are already looking good, and that's without some early winter cold weather. I would think their 'cautiously optimistic' is pretty cautious.
keithfox
29/9/2016
07:26
Very encouraging half-year figures and a buoyant outlook. Pretty strong trading all round. Half-year divi of 11.9p maintained. The current yield of approx. 7.2% looks very attractive and moreover very well covered. Who knows but there is clearly room to hike the divi going forward. Good figures. Well done ASY! Keep up the good work. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
quepassa
29/9/2016
07:16
£4 here we come.
keithfox
26/9/2016
15:22
Excellent new story on the blog:- Http://www.andrews-sykes.com/blog/sykes-provide-long-term-pump-hire-solution-for-property-construction-plan/ "The pumps we supplied are expected to remain on hire for approximately three years, such is the scale of this development."
jeff h
16/9/2016
09:55
Now that is "out of the box" thinking ! Like it ...lol
ignoble
16/9/2016
09:46
Electricity prices have been soaring on the market, partly because of high demand due to aircon use. Quite a few power stations are offline for maintenance because demand is usually lower at this time of year (no heating and no aircon) but they have been taken off guard with this. It must be doing ASY some good.
keithfox
16/9/2016
05:55
Thanks. QP
quepassa
15/9/2016
22:01
Would think it may help the European side too . Stock performs well at the moment , imho ...
ignoble
15/9/2016
16:34
I hope that the big heat wave of the last few days meant good news for the refrigeration/aircon side of the business. QP
quepassa
26/8/2016
16:40
But at a guess I'd say any increase in annual profits would be just a few 100's of thousands of pounds at best surely? Most of the profits are made in UK.
keithfox
26/8/2016
14:33
Useful. -Thank you. QP
quepassa
26/8/2016
14:02
Yes, it will benefit. ASY does not hedge currency. Operational costs and revenue fluctuations with respect to currency tend to proportional because in country expenses and in country revenues are transacted in the same currency. But any earnings repatriated will see a currency gain. Foreign operations which have loans in sterling will see a small increase in costs. But loans are small and the interest rate is at 1.1% so these really are negligible whereas earnings repatriation is much larger. All IMO DYOR and all that.
thorpematt
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