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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dewhurst Plc LSE:DWHA London Ordinary Share GB0002675261 'A'NON.VTG ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -5.00p -0.97% 510.00p 500.00p 520.00p 515.00p 510.00p 515.00p 2,155 11:00:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 29.8 3.4 23.5 21.7 47.86

Dewhurst Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/11/2018
12:17
Final results in past 3 years have been announced on the first Tuesday of December . But no mention in todays Inv Chron .
bench2
06/11/2018
08:27
continued hibernation....but FY results due early December so hopefully some life in run up....and post results. Seem very cheap, esp with sterling remaining weak - see my post 8 August
jaf111
26/9/2018
21:23
New 3% stakeholder today. A bit of guesswork needed, but seems Mr I.R. Scott may live up to his first name "Ingmar". I see that, in Swedish, this means "shrewd and successful in business". I'm guessing that a purchase of 1,000 shares at £10.80p on 24th September tipped him over the 3% level. Guessing also that he built up this stake through his privately-owned "Rio Capital" companies. Records at Companies House show that the Rio Group upped their profits from £300,000 to £1.4m last year. Given their percentage holding in Dewhurst and Rio's small net asset base of £2m, I calculate that last year's profit of £1.4m was achieved by holding shares almost solely in Dewhurst. Not only an apparently shrewd investor but an honest taxpayer: A quick look tonight at Official records shows that Rio duly paid over a full 25% of that gain to HMRC in Corporation Tax, with no fancy reductions claimed, putting the likes of Amazon and Facebook to shame.
coolen
08/8/2018
12:00
Both DWHT & DWHA shares seem to have gone into holiday hibernation, but recent weakness of Sterling should benefit the company..... As noted in the half year report (13 June) "another significant negative impact on the results was the strengthening of Sterling" Perhaps we could get a trading update soon as in August 2016 where the fall in the pound following the Brexit referendum was stated as a benefit to reported sales and profits.......here's hoping!
jaf111
20/7/2018
17:39
Yes both pay 12p,though you get a far better yield on DWHA.
contrarian joe
20/7/2018
17:21
Both deliver identical dividends.
topvest
20/7/2018
14:13
So in rough terms DWHT has doubled in value over the past 3 years whereas DWHA has risen 50%..... Maybe something afoot to justify......otherwise a clear opportunity???
jaf111
20/7/2018
12:32
Pro's Attend & vote at Agm's and in any corporate actions. Potential for higher price in the event of takeover. (though influence somewhat illusory as family control over 50%) Cons Lower dividend returns Possible lower growth returns as disparity between 'A' & 'T' at very high historic levels.
cockerhoop
20/7/2018
11:21
Really really struggling to understand the continued outperformance of DWHT over DWHA.....why buy DWHT rather than DWHA????
jaf111
17/7/2018
20:36
WCB, If you'd have made that argument a few months ago it would have suggested that the company couldn't use two thirds of the cash to buy 25p of additional EPS. Yes the pension deficit is there (as it is with lots of companies that also have debt) and should be taken into account but it's far too simplistic to just offset cash against it imo.
cockerhoop
17/7/2018
19:31
Yes, though you can't really take the cash into account as the market offsets it in view of the large pension deficit. Anyway, I take the long view on the A shares - I remember when the discount was far lower and at some stage it will be lower again.
westcountryboy
17/7/2018
11:21
DWHT 2019 PE 13-14, lower if you take cash into account. Decent ROCE & Op Margin of 12%. Hardly massively expensive.
cockerhoop
17/7/2018
09:03
Yes, totally ridiculous. These are either very cheap or the voting shares very expensive...take your pick!
topvest
17/7/2018
08:17
DWHT tipped in the IC over the weekend (A Slateresque AIM screen) with a positive writeup. Seems to have given the 'T' shares a boost. The share price disparity between the 'A' & 'T' looks even dafter.
cockerhoop
10/7/2018
22:13
Perhaps reflects the recent acquisition going well ?
coolen
10/7/2018
21:46
Two days of gains...and a little bit of volume today Hopefully the start of a decent rally.
jaf111
18/6/2018
08:53
Looks like a few more buyers coming in today....Certainly very very cheap but very illiquid and usually there is a wide bid / offer spread.
jaf111
15/6/2018
20:37
Bought in today,spread a bit mean, tucked away for the distance.
contrarian joe
15/6/2018
17:46
I note estimates for 2019 on stocko are at 75.9p following the acquisition news. And net cash now at £7.5m even after the acquisition. The A shares seem insanely cheap to me, so I've been buying more.
westcountryboy
05/6/2018
11:15
Noted. It just shows what a sound business this is though.
topvest
05/6/2018
09:08
Dewhursts will not be getting the cash though topvest. Net assets acquired are £0.8m. Still an excellent business with frankly amazing margins for a distributor.
cockerhoop
04/6/2018
12:48
Looks v.good from the accounts. £11.5m turnover and £3.3m PBT in 2016. Net assets £6.5m. Clean balance sheet with £5.2m of cash. Nice! Family owned by the Warren family by the looks of things.
topvest
04/6/2018
11:57
market seems to be agreeing, albeit a little slowly!
jaf111
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