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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dewhurst Plc LSE:DWHT London Ordinary Share GB0002675048 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2,090.00 2,000.00 2,180.00 2,090.00 2,090.00 2,090.00 13 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 55.6 6.7 51.8 40.4 155

Dewhurst Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/6/2007
15:25
I've just tried to sell 1500 of these. Max. sale is 150! - bloody ridiculous.
dumpling
11/6/2007
15:25
I've just tried to sell 1500 of these. Max. sale is 150! - bloody ridiculous.
dumpling
14/1/2007
19:23
so mkt cap is 16 mill...makes 2.3..prob less next year...pension def of 5 mill...pe of 8...so fairly valued...small co. with family control...why do u think so cheap?also....5 pct on 5 mill cash is 250 not 100...what school did u go to?i was taught by mr butt and mr al hawi...u obviously werent!!
patviera
11/1/2007
13:38
Tax is nearer 30% so 3.4 mill less tax is 2.3 mill. Interest is about 100k...I do not follow your maths.
overmars
10/1/2007
18:37
cos higher cash pile equates to more interest....3.4 minus 20-ct tax plus interest..u gat 3 mill..hopefully my school taught me well!!...
patviera
05/1/2007
10:58
Patviera How does 3.4 mill equal 3 mill after tax ? Thanks
overmars
15/12/2006
22:43
3.4 mill pbt...so equates to 3 mill when u add the interest on the increased cash balance....mr overmars v good point but u mustnt be negative...think of the ever increasing cash pile and think of all that lovely interest and u get lovely after tax profit.....i love em love em love em
patviera
14/12/2006
21:54
Hi patviera What about the tax payable on the 3 million pa of profit ?
overmars
09/12/2006
22:54
mkt cap 16 mill...cash 5 mill..property worth prob 5 mill..profits of 3 mill...you tell me!! i think this is cheapest share in market.get ure money back in 2 years!!small neg is pension deficit.
patviera
07/12/2006
16:24
What's this share worth then? Are things going to deteriorate further? Has the market overreacted? A lot of embedded value though. Would Mr Dewhurst sell the company if a bidder appeared? I might get down to the next AGM if I am still a holder.
dumpling
15/11/2006
11:57
pre-result run up. Wonder which way the acquisition will have affected revenues. dumpling - welcome back
insipiens
14/11/2006
16:00
I've dipped my toe in again - shame about the spread.
dumpling
26/10/2006
15:38
I sold these for 238P some time ago - one of the rare occasions when my timing was pretty well spot on. I am looking to come back in, being attracted by the NAV of £4 a share and Price/sales of 0.25. I would have thought this might attract a bidder. Any comments welcome - am I overlooking something?
dumpling
09/6/2006
00:52
Clearly a major piece of news judging by the rapid move in the share price and numerous new postings, lol - an increase in divi and the usual pessimistic comment on the 2nd half. " LONDON (AFX) - Dewhurst PLC, which supplier components to the lifts, keypad and rail industries, has reported higher first half profits but said it will have to work hard to maintain its position in a challenging market. In the 6 months to March 31, Dewhurst made a pretax profit of 1.8 mln stg compared to 1.5 mln in the year earlier period, while sales were broadly flat at 15.0 mln. The group said it will need to make "further improvements" in the second half to maintain its position, citing a difficult market of "declining prices and significant cost pressures." The company has declared an interim dividend of 1.71 pence per share compared with 1.63p last year. newsdesk@afxnews.com"
insipiens
30/4/2006
18:01
Well, they updated their website. Mean't I had to locate their brand gif again to re-edit the header link..... Interims in a month I expect.
insipiens
16/4/2006
20:06
imstill a buyer but on weakness..crucial times with acquisition
patviera
01/4/2006
19:50
Patrick, Hope all is well with you. I sold my DWHT at around the 250 mark, with a 55p gain + dividend income. I have now started accumulating DWHA initially at 190p as per my theory of a while back (seasonal downtrend). the first half has closed so will be looking at the interim dividend later this summer for indication of whether to continue accumulation. I expect, due to the economy having not contracted as much as some doomsayers have been thinking [moi?], we might expect a continued growth in sales thus implying continued dividend growth. My only possible concern will be the integration of the January acquisition subsequently it's effects on margin, cash and any one off costs associated - will be watching very closely. Assuming continued sales growth, in-line dividend growth, and no surprises I will continue to accumulate from August.
insipiens
22/2/2006
13:48
yes we probably do .its just a question of whether the tax advantage is considered more beneficial than the individual share/
manrobert
22/2/2006
13:44
I'm quite aware of that - I meant buy back outside an ISA. Sounds like we mean the same thing. doh.
insipiens
22/2/2006
13:40
i should have added also that they cannot be held in isa s.
manrobert
22/2/2006
13:01
aim shares are not allowed to be held in peps.see company announcement 6th jan.2006.
manrobert
22/2/2006
11:57
not sure I follow you there. Surely they just have to remove the holding from the ISA by selling & buying. Perhaps they believe it will come down a bit on the sale and wait to buy back lower (doesn't seem likely though).
insipiens
22/2/2006
08:10
yes they may buy back but more likely they would replace the holding to preserve the tax advantage .i hope they follow in the footsteps of youngs and monsoon which have both risen strongly since coming to aim.i remember many years ago buying dewhurst for 11p.
manrobert
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