Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Avon Rubber Plc LSE:AVON London Ordinary Share GB0000667013 ORD #1
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  10.00 0.24% 4,150.00 53,079 15:12:24
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
4,140.00 4,160.00 4,365.00 4,085.00 4,365.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 179.30 13.70 46.90 88.5 1,287
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:12:24 AT 40 4,150.00 GBX

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Avon Rubber Daily Update: Avon Rubber Plc is listed in the Aerospace & Defence sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AVON. The last closing price for Avon Rubber was 4,140p.
Avon Rubber Plc has a 4 week average price of 3,660p and a 12 week average price of 3,160p.
The 1 year high share price is 4,435p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,606p.
There are currently 31,023,292 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 241,744 shares. The market capitalisation of Avon Rubber Plc is £1,287,466,618.
lasata: How bullish is this news for share price?
wildshot: babycheeky could you please stop clogging this thread with your anti-Disco Dave sentiment, we get it. If you don't like him can you just filter him. Please stay on topic and talk about AVON - positive share price response to today's announcement but I'd love to see some numbers behind the contract to see how material it really is to the business.
jgunnsm2: Hi DiscoDave4, I found this article which may help understand why this recession may be harmful to defence companies especially if Democrats are in charge. As I mentioned in an earlier post military personnel hard to cut but weapons and equipment far easier also interesting the article also mentions low oil prices hurt oil producers like Saudi Arabia from buying weapons and aircraft and other economically depressed countries even the likes of Germany revert to domestic suppliers so US may turn to domestic producers like 3M ( military masks or certainly make it more difficult for AR at the tendering process. Forbes article Milk is being dumped by US farmers whilst schools closed is potentially a more short term issue but mid to long term likely milk prices depressed for sometime hurting the farming side but like someone said if it can be sold then positive for share price likely. Milk prices have hit a 5 year low. Avon Rubber is on my watchlist. I hold no position. It is a great company but in my opinion problems lie ahead.
jeffian: Sorry if this sounds cynical, but I note that the threat of war is doing no harm to Avon's share price!
18bt: Strong set of results - underpins the share price movement of the last few weeks. V confident statement on prospects. Rating is v high for a reason.
walbrock82: Avon Rubber has been a good business for shareholders in the past decade. Over that period, the share price must have risen close to 3,000%! And the company appears to be fairly valued. Avon’s dividend yield is below 1% and due to rising valuation and management adopting a cautious dividend policy. Management is building up their cash reserves which will support the valuation. However, earnings growth, especially EPS will grow by less than 5% p.a. and this means on Avon’s PE multiple of 20 times value on the high side. Avon shares could rise further if the sector rises. Realistically, in the medium term, investors should wait for a lower valuation of around £330m-£360m or £10 per share because it compensates for the risk of zero earnings growth. For more on Avon, Accsys and Sage, click:
jeffian: I don't disagree about acquisitions - although they appear to have nothing specific in mind at the moment - but I'm dead against share buybacks which, in my experience, use real hard cash to buy some theoretical gain which is rarely accessible to shareholders by an equivalent increase in the share price. However, my point is that at the moment they just seem to be hoarding cash at an increasing rate. If you have a "policy" of a 2x covered dividend, what is the point of having a 7x covered dividend and dribbling out the increases over 5 years?!
jeffian: Yes, I saw that and was interested. I'm not usually impressed by 'Directors share purchases', particularly if relatively modest amounts that look designed to hold up a struggling share price, but this guy is an employee - Head of Protection - so it means something if he feels confident enough to park a reasobale amount of his hard-earned in the shares at this level.
jurgenklopp: That's better !!!!!! Recent director purchases and the appointment of Peel Hunt as corporate brokers this morning finally having the desired effect on the share price.
philanderer: Herald Scotland newspaper 'John Phelps's portfolio' We were reluctant sellers of our notional holdings in Avon Rubber last week when its share price finally triggered a sell signal under our stop loss system. The shares had been hovering on the brink for the past few weeks as a result of selling by nervous investors following the abrupt departure of chief executive Rob Rennie after little more than a year in the job. The company says trading in products ranging from military gas masks to teats for milking machines continues in line with expectations and no fewer than three stockbroking firms believe the shares are now some 20 per cent undervalued. But we make it a rule to eject virtually all share tips which have fallen 10 per cent from previous peaks. Only New Year selections enjoy a temporary reprieve to allow for a three month settling in period. The disposal crystallised a loss of just more than £100 for the 2014 portfolio which has also hit by a fall in the price of supermarkets group William Morrison after it warned on the trading outlook for 2017. HTTP://
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