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Andrews Sykes Group Plc 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
  -11.00 -2.22% 485.00 470.00 500.00 492.00 480.00 492.00 5,564 15:48:50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 67.3 15.8 30.9 15.7 205

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02/5/2018
11:49
Quite a few recent blogs on the Middle East site.
keithfox
26/4/2018
05:56
There's been quite a few big sales this last few months, people obviously getting a bit nervous about the results and taking profits. However, there's always been steady buying too. I wondered why the share price wasn't going up with 8000 bought over the last few days but that order must have been put in on Monday and as you say, it went through within the quote.
keithfox
25/4/2018
17:10
8000 looked like a sale (obviously) Seems the stock found buyers but encouraging the 8k was within the quote.
ignoble
19/4/2018
12:40
Tks Keith Your thoughts are always appreciated
ignoble
19/4/2018
11:56
Pretty upbeat blog/news just been put up, strengthening the management etc. Full of how well the company is doing and saying that Scotland has basically increased by about 20% in the last year. Am hoping the full year results are going to be quite good and the trading update should be very good. The shares have done very well over the last 18 months but here's hoping there is more to go.
keithfox
03/4/2018
17:23
Tks Jeff Not sure that I understan some of the jargon ...did I read "overpumping" Sounds good , all the same
ignoble
03/4/2018
12:12
Another big ME job:- Https://www.khansahebsykes.com/blog/dewatering-pumps-utilized-as-a-booster-pump/ "....utilizing 20+ dewatering pumps...." sounds good!
jeff h
01/4/2018
10:35
Always possible My experience though would suggest that as of the date of passing , all assets of the deceased are frozen until probate is granted. Who knows but there may be a connection.
ignoble
01/4/2018
09:42
Am wondering whether what you describe is somehow related to the recent death of a Director? Pure speculation...?
valuehustle
29/3/2018
07:33
Sorry Keith I don't know the answer !
ignoble
29/3/2018
06:48
....and if they weren't where could they be. I thought they had to be on the open market or otherwise accounted for?
keithfox
28/3/2018
17:09
It does get a tad complicated and there are a few possibilities. I would be amazed if they were still with a MM . Just my guess
ignoble
28/3/2018
15:25
OK, think I get it. One more question! We have seen large batches adding up to around 100k shares being sold in the last month or 2 and nowhere near that amount being bought. So, why do they seem to be short of stock? Where id they all go? Sorry to ask seemingly silly questions but I am trying to understand this!
keithfox
28/3/2018
14:08
Keith It can happen when as in this case , the price is quoted in 300 shares Obviously the buy order was larger than the quoted size. Broker may pick up the phone and talk to a MM directly and ask at what price he can buy 880 shares. Then upto the Broker or his client if they which to pay over the quoted offer to fulfil the order. MM might not be in a rush to move the price , especially if they have little stock on the book,for a while hoping that there may be a seller around. In most instances , you would expect to receive over the bid price . That oversimplifies what may or may not have happened . We will never know for sure
ignoble
28/3/2018
12:36
Seems they have moved the price up now Keith but no stock to sell at even 580 (can only get a quote for 1 share!) electronically whereas they'll buy 1000 at 560 and 2000 at 552ish
cockerhoop
28/3/2018
08:37
OK, more questions about mm's, share prices and movements. They seem in an uptrend at the moment so the recent purchase of 880 shares would possibly have moved the price up a bit, similar to recent purchases. However, rather than change the share price they charge 15p over the odds and leave the share price where it is although it seems they have no intention of selling any stock for 560p. I've just tried 100 and they can't give me firm price. So, anyone know why they do this as opposed to just moving the price up?
keithfox
13/3/2018
18:22
.....and if my eyes aren't deceiving me another 40,000 were dumped yesterday, amazed the share price hasn't fallen further. Not sure what is going on. Any ideas why 100.000 have been sold recently. all in large lumps?
keithfox
13/3/2018
17:26
Yes, me too but there was one day last month when 65000 shares were sold which is very unusual and obviously hasn't done the share price much good.
keithfox
12/3/2018
16:13
I have to say the share price is pretty disappointing recently given the weather I would have expected a rise in antipation of increased revenues and profits? I know it's a small float but still. ..fingers crossed things get better!
valuehustle
12/3/2018
10:01
So what OR are they trading on at 470p ish?
keithfox
07/3/2018
15:08
Only small beer in the overall scheme of things anyway keith. I hope we see a dividend from Oasis Sykes included this year...not had one for a couple of years and often in the past it has been around £500-600K
jeff h
07/3/2018
14:21
Can't help with that one Keith Sorry
ignoble
07/3/2018
13:10
I see Khansaheb Sykes are saying they have sold quite a few pumps(7). Does anybody have any idea how much these pumps cost? Looking at used prices on various sites it seems that they sell for anywhere between £5k and £15k. So would a new price be around £20k or more? Those 7 just sold would then be a sale of well over £100k, possibly £150k? Any ideas?
keithfox
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