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
  +0.00p +0.00% 687.50p 685.00p 690.00p 687.50p 687.50p 687.50p 0 07:30:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 52.9 6.0 52.7 13.1 51.04

Dewhurst Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
03/10/2013
10:05
Interesting timing of the Chairmans purchase - just after the year end. Assume to results will be released in >60 days otherwise in a Closed Period. Can't believe how long the A v T discount situation has lasted.
cockerhoop
03/10/2013
02:20
wcb, really? A shares, of course.
insipiens
02/10/2013
21:12
We have to hope so! I bought a few more in sympathy. It was interesting he bought the As. The disparity between the two is now simply surreal (though I have to say the 'T's look rather expensive).
westcountryboy
02/10/2013
19:51
Small director's purchase today. First for sometime. Might this mark a turning point for the "A" shares ?
coolen
03/4/2013
16:06
dwha fall overdone now? 2.3% div yield
insipiens
28/2/2013
02:27
indeed, a return to form then - rns style wise
insipiens
27/2/2013
07:23
Oh dear - profits warning when things had being going so well
18bt
18/2/2013
21:10
Does anyone know what was said about dewhurst in the investors chronicle? Thanks. I have held these for a while and sold some the other day as I saw the spread tightened up a lot so took the opertunity to take some profit. Holding the rest long term. Seems a well run solid company and nice and boring. Demand for lifts is only going to increase and dewhurst seems to be leading the way. I like the way the board of directors are conservative in the updates because it leaves room for above expectations and doesn't give investors false hopes which is great for long term holders
pjhutchy
12/2/2013
08:54
These dwht are flying!! Makes the dwha very cheap now
patviera
28/1/2013
19:52
Excellent undervalued company. Run well by sensible and conservative directors. Nice and boring and under the radar to.
pjhutchy
06/12/2012
22:21
Insipiens - thank you. Interesting to see the premium currently being paid for the voting shares. If asides from the vote there's no difference in the claim of ownership regarding operating earnings and dividends, I know which class I prefer at these prices.
markrogers88
06/12/2012
16:35
I added the 5 year comparison in the header.
insipiens
06/12/2012
16:26
Mark, same divi for both - just the voting difference I owned A shares as the voting shares were tightly held by the family so a vote would have been ineffectual even if it had occured to me to vote against a proposition.
insipiens
04/12/2012
15:35
Thanks for that WCB, I thought that was the case and wanted to be sure. Dewhurst is a wonderful company with a great operating history, a real undiscovered gem. Is ADVFN's data for the A shares out of date in that case, the £3.8M attributable profit applies to both?
markrogers88
04/12/2012
15:27
i agree I have loads of As...divi yield much better!
patviera
04/12/2012
14:45
Hi Mark I always buy the A shares because you get more divi for your purchase. I don't know of any difference other than the right to vote at the AGM, but the absence of that right will necessarily be a turn-off to some people. The best thing is to construct an ADVFN chart comparing the share price of DWHT and DWHA over the last ten years. It is very illuminating. Basically the A shares were once much more fashionable than they currently are, indeed I think the current degree of discount is unparalleled. I would be a buyer of the As today if I didn't already have so many. cheers WCB
westcountryboy
04/12/2012
14:29
Hi, I was hoping someone might be able to help about the structure difference between A and Voting shares in this company. Does the share price of the A shares compare directly with the voting shares? In other words, do both types of share correspond to the same % claim in the company as the other, and the only difference is the voting premium? I notice the voting shares are down considerably today after those excellent results.
markrogers88
15/11/2012
19:19
agreed...best management in the sector if not AIM
patviera
12/11/2012
07:45
Nice acquisition on what looks like a very low PE of under 4x - probably reflecting the fact that Dewhurst already use it for sales. Underpins what was lookinga more demanding PE following the run up of the shares. Still a high quality small company.
18bt
30/10/2012
14:22
on low volume too.
insipiens
30/10/2012
13:30
these are moving now
attrader
24/10/2012
14:17
hey up - what is going on here? pity about the 10% spread
insipiens
01/10/2012
19:53
mkt cap ex cash is 20m yet is going to make 5m pounds this year??!! wow dirt cheap and rising dividends for 15 yrs? best mngmnt in sector and own freehold site..a steal
patviera
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