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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
European Home LSE:EHR London Ordinary Share GB0001373736 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 22.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 176.2 5.9 10.2 2.2 11

European Home Retail Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/2/2006
10:54
Paul I used to hold IDS and always thought that this was developing into a very similar company with a few 'extras' thrown in. If you compare the facts and figures of the two companies EHR appears to be substantially undervalued in comparison to IDS. It has been well reported that internet based business had a very good Xmas trading period and I am a little disappointed that we have not had any news from them about their sales over this time. Perhaps the recent rise has something to do this? We might have some news during the coming week.
wessie
18/2/2006
10:42
Can some of you guys start complaining to ADVFN about these constant spam posters. They don't seem to be listening.
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18/2/2006
05:31
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Abuse team
18/2/2006
01:05
Hi, It's 5 actually !!! I've been patiently holding these for some time, indeed regularly topping up over the past 6 months, got 65,000 shares now. At long last it's beginning to look like this may not have been a big misjudgment !! Averaged the cost down to probably somewhere between 110-120p, so not a million miles away from the current price really. There is hope ! When you look at the high valuation put on Asos, it's conceivable that (if they are showing decent growth in sales & profits) then EHR's internet operations might be worth the best part of the current modest mkt cap ? Maybe ? With the existing profitable home shopping business thrown in for very little. Profits set to rise due to curbing of losses in the TV operation, so next set of figures should begin to show an improvement. I like it, just seems overlooked & unloved, hence cheap ! Regards, Paul.
paulypilot
17/2/2006
19:52
I make that 4 of us now! I still feel that there is some positive news to be announced shortly, with the share price being stagnant for so long there must be some good reason for the two days of blue. I decided to buy a few more today to average down to 1.09. With the relatively recent narrow spread it was to good an opportunity to miss.
wessie
17/2/2006
16:22
Expansion into Germany. EeZee TV. Plus, Kleeneze probably has good figures over the Christmas period.
skintvestor
17/2/2006
15:35
Looks like a turnaround here at EHR...chart looking better, news must be around the corner.
pre
17/2/2006
11:43
Getting to the point where I'm thinking of averaging down.
pshevlin
17/2/2006
08:19
Nice rise again this morning...looking good.
pre
16/2/2006
23:54
Bought these when they were bombed out at 40p, about 3 years ago. Seen them almost get to £2 then drift back down. When these blow, they can really blow. Increases of 20p per day are not uncommon. Good luck!!!!
skintvestor
16/2/2006
23:25
Good to see some life on this BB!! I thought i was the only one holding!! Anyway, i'm expecting a positive trading update and EHR should do well in term of revenue and adding to the bottom line profits as a result of their involvement in the 2006 world cup, imo. This will move rapidly northwards on any positive news imo. Good luck to all who hold:-)
pre
16/2/2006
22:55
I don't suppose anyone is showing a profit? I hold at an average of £1.09, how are you doing?
wessie
16/2/2006
22:52
Bloody hell, 3 of us!!!!!!
wessie
16/2/2006
22:24
Wow! haven`t seen this much action in these for ages. Something going on. Expansion into Germany very shortly. Just to coincide with the world cup. What a clever management we`ve got.
skintvestor
16/2/2006
20:16
I predict a positive Xmas trading statement is imminent! I'm pleased to see someone else holds these.
wessie
16/2/2006
15:43
Tick tock and up she goes! Must be an update soon ...any ideas?
pre
16/2/2006
14:42
Another tick up...could this be the start of the upward trend?
pre
16/2/2006
12:58
Nice rise...long may it continue. Looks undervalued to me, imo.
pre
03/1/2006
09:00
European Home Retail names Stevan Fowler as finance director LONDON (AFX) - European Home Retail PLC said it appointed Stevan Fowler as group finance director with effect from Jan 1. newsdesk@afxnews.com ak
skintvestor
08/12/2005
11:16
Nice bounce back today..
mitzis
07/12/2005
15:46
The main worry at the moment seems to be paying the debt whilst not making enough profit. I'm sure the business is turning around though and the second half should show big imporvements from the ecommerce businesses
the analyst
07/12/2005
12:46
Can only buy 1500 online!
skintvestor
07/12/2005
12:41
Fall looks way overdone - expect this to come back as investors digest the results. Some decent buys reported.
pre
07/12/2005
08:29
Maybe these had something to do with it * Operating profit before exceptionals, joint venture and associate, #1.2m (2004 #2.3 million) * Loss before tax and exceptional items of #0.6 million (2004: profit #2.1 million) following anticipated investment in eeZee tv * Basic Loss Per Share of 1.58 pence per share (2004: earnings of 2.98 pence per share)
biswell
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