Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dwf Group Plc LSE:DWF London Ordinary Share GB00BJMD6M39 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.60 -0.68% 87.40 12,770 16:35:11
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
87.00 87.80 87.00 85.20 85.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 356.61 18.20 3.80 23.0 284
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:01:31 O 568 87.50 GBX

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2021-04-14 15:01:3287.50568497.00O
2021-04-14 13:54:3387.00108.70AT
2021-04-14 13:46:2587.502,4882,177.00O
2021-04-14 13:21:3787.00300261.00AT
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Dwf Daily Update: Dwf Group Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DWF. The last closing price for Dwf was 88p.
Dwf Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 80.40p and a 12 week average price of 78p.
The 1 year high share price is 91p while the 1 year low share price is currently 45p.
There are currently 324,554,653 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 336,585 shares. The market capitalisation of Dwf Group Plc is £283,660,766.72.
sphere25: Watched this one in the past for a possible short term trade in the past. Noted sellers in size at 90p but it never got close to breaching it so left it alone. Yesterday's statement stated "at least in line" so stuck it back on the watchlist. Noted someone coming in for some big blocks this morning with a 996k, 500k, 748k and 657k all at 82.75p. It looks like that buying is on the back of Shore Cap saying the sector trades at 17 times and DWF is 10.8 times for this year and 8.4 times next year. It doesn't look this buying is enough to shift the dial as there is clearly a bigger seller on the other end of those buys, but keeping a watch to see if any monster chunks go through to get the market interested. All imo DYOR
boozey: Have you got something against the company chancer? The old CEO left as he was driving the company into oblivion. Poor employee reviews of their own company past or present and share price have little in common. Results were in line with expectation. Why bother posting on a thread you have no interest in, yet no other?
boozey: Sound results. Investors Chronicle came out with a 'hold' late morning which reduced the price 3p.
boozey: Saltaire I only invest in UK stocks. Since I last posted only Investec (INVP) amongst asset management companies seem not to have caught up with NAV (Indeed it is only at 50% of NAV). Meanwhile DWF is making gentle progress but I feel could double from here on a 12 month horizon. Been a great couple of weeks!
saltaire111: @Boozey, thanks. I too hold asset managers, quite a lot in AJBell, SLA and LGEN. Will look a bit closer at M&G - they’re a bit of a blast from the past. I used to have some money in their recovery fund a few years back. I like AJBell, I think they’ll be taken over at some point in the not too distant and this could be quite spectacular to the upside. I’ve also recently bought shares in the US publisher Gannett - the shares are being upgraded following refinancing and, in my view, could be worth $10 a share within 12 months (currently about $2.80).
boozey: Hi Salty, difficult one. Investments are a personal choice. Think we are at a watershed with a cycle out of ''Covid'' stocks on the back of the Pfizer announcement like diagnostics and companies that have benefited from the pandemic - witness the collapse of Ocado, and the market moving back into bombed out stocks in Aerospace, Retail, leisure and Tourism etc. I also think that a deal on Brexit will be done which will help the Ftse get back to at least 6500 by Christmas. So opportunities across the Board despite the rises the last two days. I also hold Asset Management Stocks like M&G and SLA who have a balanced portfolio of investments. MNG (formerly part of Prudential) has a 10% dividend yield at the current price - where else could you get that return?! Hope that helps a little. All views my own.
asagi: agreed Boozey, I bought in today. Let's see if the trading statement encourages some forecast increases. The business does NOT seem to have been adversely affected by COVID but the share price would still need to increase 60% from here to reach their pre-COVID highs. Asagi (long DWF)
jim digriz: Chat on ROF:
jonwig: IC covers results:. Conclusion: DWF’s shares have disappointed since debuting in March last year – their value has almost halved from the 122p IPO price. The group is handing out a final dividend and does enjoy some defensive characteristics with recurring revenue from its insurance activities. It might be worth sticking around to find out if new management can stage a comeback. Hold. Last IC View: Hold, 85p, 30 Mar 2020 I'd agree with the underlined bit! trev - I should have said "not much of a trader". Interpret that as you like!
martywidget: Investor Relations: Https:// YouTube: Twitter: London Stock Exchange welcomes DWF Group plc to the main market Https:// DWF Group PLC - DWF Admission to Trading on the London Stock Exchange Released 08:04 15-Mar-2019 DWF Group PLC - DWF Re-registration as plc and change of name Released 07:00 14-Mar-2019 DWF Announcement of Offer Price Released 07:00 11-Mar-2019 Https:// DWF Publication of a Prospectus Released 13:11 11-Mar-2019 Https://
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