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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 502.00p 0 06:42:18
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
484.00p 520.00p 502.00p 502.00p 502.00p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 71.3 17.3 33.4 15.0 212.16

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Andrews Sykes Daily Update: Andrews Sykes is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ASY. The last closing price for Andrews Sykes was 502p.
Andrews Sykes has a 4 week average price of 490p and a 12 week average price of 490p.
The 1 year high share price is 615p while the 1 year low share price is currently 474p.
There are currently 42,262,082 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,975 shares. The market capitalisation of Andrews Sykes is £212,155,651.64.
keithfox: Don't usually get a report on the AGM, still the share price seems to have recovered a bit on the news. Hopefully should get another dividend declared within 3 months. Think London may get to 90F again next week.
valuehustle: I'm confused by the rns and buyback, can anyone help? How did the company get shares at 494p? An internal seller? I understand this is a great deal for the company but for shareholders? Does the value/ultimate roi derived from reduction in shares outstanding outweigh the low price paid here which will lower the share price? Would not a better message have been sent by buying back at an amount in the 500's - ie "ASY is undervalued at 530" is better than "ASY is undervalued at 495"? Maybe someone with more experience than I can explain? Many thanks
keithfox: Hasn't moved the share-price. When it has 2 different times could that mean someone has sold them to someone else do you think?
keithfox: 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: 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: .....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: 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.
valuehustle: 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!
keithfox: Think they used to do that because they were unhappy with the low share price. Don't think they need to worry about that so much now. Feb looking fairly cold so should help things along.
quepassa: This stock continues to trade on a very attractive yield. Historic yield is 23.8p divide by mid price of 425p = 5.6%. On the basis of good trading, there is no reason in my view why this stock shouldn't trade on a lower yield of say 4% as it is a growth stock. That would give a fair value share price of around 600p. Of course, any increasing dividend would further support the share price. The market currently values ASY mainly on yield in my view ( like you would a utility stock perhaps) but in many ways it is more of a family-run growth stock business in my view. Little is factored in for the growth prospects of the Company and ASY's increasing international expansion and build-out of depots. Growth stocks generally trade on lower yields and the shareholder return is partly made through capital uplift in share price. Apart from the illiquidity of the share (a very common issue on many tightly-held AIM companies), personally I see value nearer 600p. This stock is off the general radar. - Nothing wrong with that but if a few more Private Investors do the research and wake up to the merits of ASY, this could move forward quite a bit in my view. ALL IMO. DYOR. QP
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