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
  7.50 7.35% 109.50 4,641,643 16:35:05
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
107.50 109.00 108.00 102.00 102.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 400.95 -30.60 -11.90 355
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:42:44 O 10,000 106.00 GBX

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2021-08-04 15:42:45106.0010,00010,600.00O
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2021-08-04 15:29:54107.50183196.73AT
2021-08-04 15:29:23107.50220236.50AT
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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 102p.
Dwf Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 101.50p and a 12 week average price of 83.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 110p while the 1 year low share price is currently 57p.
There are currently 324,554,653 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 149,154 shares. The market capitalisation of Dwf Group Plc is £355,387,345.04.
tole: https://masterinvestor.co.uk/equities/small-cap-round-up-featuring-dwf-premier-foods-foxtons-and-more/DWF Group (LON:DWF) – strongest organic growth rate in the sectorAnalysts Mike Allen and Rachel Birkett, at brokers Zeus Capital, were impressed by the global legal services group's management of streamlining its divisions and controlling costs.They strongly endorse the strategic progress made to date, which leaves the group well placed to deliver profitable and cash generative growth.Meanwhile, over at Liberum Capital, their analyst James Allen switched his view on the group's shares from 'hold' to 'buy' and at the same time increased his price objective to 135p from 105p previously.They closed the week at 106p and are obviously capable of making another attempt on their 2020 peak of 142.5p in due course.
tole: Liberum upgrades DWFLiberum has upgraded legal group DWF (DWF) after management addressed the broker's 'bear points'.Analyst James Allen upgraded his recommendation from 'hold' to 'buy' and increased his target price from 105p to 135p on the stock, which closed up 2.4%, or 2.5p, at 108p on Thursday.Full year results came in in-line with expectations, with the profit before tax margin more than doubling, but from a low base. This led Allen to upgrade his 'conservative' 2022 and 2023 estimates.'The market appears to be optimistic about general insurance business volumes, which is positive for DWF due to its large exposure to insurance,' he said.'Management has now addressed the majority of our bear points since we initiated, which gives us faith in the equity story going forward.'
asagi: very encouraging FY results I thought: https://www.investegate.co.uk/dwf-group-plc--dwf-/rns/full-year-results/202107210700039475F/ it was a bargain all those weeks bouncing around at 80p. Asagi (long DWF)
sphere25: Don't you just hate psychological marks like £1? So whilst the market has a ding dong at that psychological mark, the earnings beat has come and is significant. DWF sound confident on the future, which suggest more upside to come, possibly gradually back into that 110p-120p range with a pre-covid gap close too. The dividend yield should firmly support the valuation at least at these levels, particularly as they are sounding the dividend payout as only being the "first step". It was an interesting break and move above that key 90p level. If you watch shares and price moves long enough (I know alot don't care as they are medium or longer term) it does become easier to map out these key levels and watch for the breaks when the book does look stronger. The market here did anticipate the earnings beat and rallied ahead of it so a nice little 10% + pop for those who spotted it. They say it's only 10% and who cares about such moves? The thing is if you can do it over and over, it actually adds up to significant outperformance of indices and longer term holders. Clearly, easier said than done but something of note :-) Overall, DWF looks a hold at worse with a stop in place just in case the wider market tumbles (though wider markets are only bending and not breaking with buyers coming in at support levels so reasonably bullish...so far). As always.. All imo DYOR Never rely on anyone but yourself
asagi: trading statement is out and here: hTTps://www.investegate.co.uk/dwf-group-plc--dwf-/rns/fy21-trading-statement/202105250700056594Z/ taken well by the market. Asagi (long DWF)
sphere25: Fascinating watch at a key juncture as the US continues to threaten a breakdown with a retest of key levels yesterday. It got bought up well, but it continues to be a wait to see if the support levels hold. Don't want to be buying or piling into things here just in case the US does fall over because those charts won't look great and could be the signal for continued weakness through the summer.As per comments before, the good small caps here aren't batting an eye lid. DWF actually closed up yesterday and a lot of the shares on the monitors are showing minimal movements.The overvalued speculative shares here have been following the lead of their US counterparts and have come off a lot. IF there was bigger selling in the US, I suspect it could eventually feed through here, but judging by the moves out there, it's going to take some major breakdown and selling across the Atlantic.DWF is one example this morning being very well bid. There is a stack of buy orders on the book, which could suggest a move higher.Shares aside, those moves in crypto will have wiped people out and caused enormous financial and emotional damage.It just shows what can happen when there is involvement with higher risk (or bonkers higher risk) plays.Moves like that show the importance of risk management and always planning for the downside. Leverage is absolutely brutal when moves like that happen.Hell, if folk got in early, happy days but that won't be the case for more recent buyers.Wrap it up there. Let's see how the US moves.All imoDYOr
sphere25: Taken a few. As per previous posts here, I have watched this one for a while and noted how it has got stuck at the 90p level in the past and big buying at slightly lower levels hasn't been enough to push the price higher, but it is looking stronger than it has done in the past. The price is lumpy and the book can be deceptive here (just like MCLS with minimal orders not fully reflecting the underlying dynamics and clumsy late sellers) but the bulls appear to be taking control of the key squares as I type with 90p and now 91p being bid. This all suggests a reasonable chance of a break higher. Clearly the chart looks interesting if the breakout is confirmed with strong upside potential, and given time, gap close to pre-covid levels. Technicals aside (though the buying and price movement here could be in anticipation of a forecast beat statement) I would expect a pre-close statement here in the near term (by early June at the latest - the DWF website has one pencilled in as just "May 2021") and I would be surprised if isn't an ahead statement. The last statement suggests it will be, so the price could rally strong in anticipation of that, and also on the statement. Let's see how it goes. All imo DYOR
asagi: It is not the case that there is any new broker research out on the company today or any particular media coverage. Results are scheduled for July 21st. As I write that the shares have ticked up again. Asagi (long DWF)
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)
martywidget: Investor Relations: Https://uk.dwf.law/Investor-Relations/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DWFlaw/videos Twitter: https://twitter.com/DWF_Law London Stock Exchange welcomes DWF Group plc to the main market Https://www.lseg.com/markets-products-and-services/our-markets/london-stock-exchange/equities-markets/raising-equity-finance/market-open-ceremony/london-stock-exchange-welcomes-dwf-group-plc-main-market DWF Group PLC - DWF Admission to Trading on the London Stock Exchange Released 08:04 15-Mar-2019 https://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/DWF/14003731.html DWF Group PLC - DWF Re-registration as plc and change of name Released 07:00 14-Mar-2019 https://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/DWF/14001518.html DWF Announcement of Offer Price Released 07:00 11-Mar-2019 Https://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/DWF/13996480.html DWF Publication of a Prospectus Released 13:11 11-Mar-2019 Https://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/news/market-news/market-news-detail/DWF/13997629.html
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