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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Chemring Group Plc LSE:CHG London Ordinary Share GB00B45C9X44 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.80p +1.92% 149.00p 149.20p 149.60p 153.40p 147.00p 153.40p 80,289 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 297.4 -40.8 -37.8 - 417.22

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/3/2014
19:21
Not that I'm complaining, but what's going on with Chemring? Am I missing something?
ianstrain
04/3/2014
16:02
Off to the races - again. Predators missing the boat.
broadwood
19/2/2014
22:20
He's posting similar stuff on quite a few threads I am looking at... Weird stuff.Come on chemring. This one's turning into a little beauty!
jonntara
19/2/2014
18:07
Not sure about Poet Laureate. Perhaps in the style of Winnie the Pooh.
scobak
19/2/2014
17:52
I hear that hvs hopes to become the next Poet Laureate.
tday
18/2/2014
15:37
Sorry...I transposed the price on the last entry. Meant 269.75. But still up 30%
scobak
14/2/2014
14:02
If hvs is correct about the CITY MADE NUMBER TWO, then give me it by the bucketful. Price now 296.75 and I am up 30%.
scobak
11/2/2014
09:05
Hooray and up she rises. Hooray and up she rises. Hooray and up she rises. Early in the morning.
broadwood
06/2/2014
16:44
Up around 30% since its recent low. I'll take that. And a return of the prospective recent suitor is not out of the question. imo.
broadwood
06/2/2014
12:40
Well done the new Invesco team, their dogmatic determination to dump these is like flushing money away.
erdingtonian
06/2/2014
10:08
Me too. Hopefully clear a bit of stickiness at 250 on the second attempt, for a run to £3.
time_traveller
04/2/2014
23:25
Very happy with my chemring punt up to now.
jonntara
03/2/2014
13:11
Oh to be an idiot eh.
broadwood
30/1/2014
21:21
Jupiter buying in.
broadwood
27/1/2014
10:09
Chunky reduction by Invesco...from 19% to 15.31% http://www.investegate.co.uk/chemring-group-plc/chg/holding-s--in-company/201401270958485658Y/?fe=1&utm_source=FE%20Investegate%20Alerts&utm_medium=Email&utm_content=Announcement%20Alert%20Mail&utm_campaign=Chemring%20Group%20PLC%20Alert
fangorn2
23/1/2014
17:25
Those results should keep it on the recovery path and the original bidder coming back is not out of the question. Manufacturing and defence group Chemring pleased the market with its full-year results on Thursday, prompting broker Investec to reiterate its 'buy' rating on the stock despite a drop in profit. On an underlying basis, pre-tax profit declined 25.2% from £70.1m to £52.4m year-on-year (YOY), pushing earnings per share from 28.5p to 21.6p. Revenue for the period slumped 15.6% from £740.3m to £624.9m, although the group stressed its performance recovery programme had driven an operational improvement and resulted in a more resilient business. Revenue slipped as the defence market remained challenging, while operational issues in some of its business had a further negative impact on its performance. It was also affected by the shutdown of the US government, which caused a delay to product acceptance and shipment in October. Since the initiation of the recovery programme in January last year, the group has undergone a reorganisation, implemented a plan of operational performance improvement, refocused the business on development activity, and improved its management of both cash and costs. Group Chairman Peter Hickson said: "At the end of a year of significant change, Chemring is now a more resilient business, with a clear strategic direction. Much has been achieved by the new management team during the year, with the positive impact of the performance recovery programme beginning to bear fruit. "In addition, the strategic planning process has provided a clear view of the market, competitive dynamics and prospects for each of the businesses, as well as identifying the core markets in which the group will focus investment." Looking forward the company intends to continue to improve its operational performance and pursue the growth opportunities that exist, particularly within non-NATO markets where defence spending is expected to increase. It will also reshape and strengthen its portfolio of businesses through the disposal of non-core activities and technology investment in those businesses that can achieve sustainable growth and margin improvement, it said. The board's expectations for the current financial remain unchanged.
broadwood
23/1/2014
08:52
Reassuring results I thought. I like the way the company is progressing, consolidation after many years of acquisitions paid by taking on debt. They have a good core business with market-leading positions. The market seems relieved about covenants and the fact a final dividend was paid at all, albeit reduced. Sure trading is poor but the reasons are well-known. Over time that will recover. Overall I'm comfortable with my holding which is now modestly back into profit.
kiwihope
23/1/2014
08:33
Who is buying after that update??
lateralam
22/1/2014
17:23
Tomorrow - 7am. Tin hats or blue skies?
broadwood
20/1/2014
16:13
Another 1.3m sold by Invesco, whose the buyer chaps?? They still have 38.4m!!
andrewhbruce
17/1/2014
18:54
Guess the decks are being cleared at Invesco for when Neil woodford moves on. Too much porty concentration for the new FM's liking perhaps. Wonder how low they'll take their stake.
fangorn2
17/1/2014
17:15
Results next Thursday
andrewhbruce
17/1/2014
17:15
So Invesco have sold over 9 million shares since 10th December, during which time the shares have risen from 208 to 232. Answers on postcard please!
andrewhbruce
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