Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fenner LSE:FENR London Ordinary Share GB0003345054 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +5.00p +1.52% 334.00p 333.00p 334.25p 334.00p 330.00p 334.00p 7,379.00 08:08:47
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 572.5 -30.3 -13.6 - 647.97

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21/4/2017
15:22
Fenner Hikes Interim Dividend 40%, Says Full-Year To Be Ahead Of View LONDON (Alliance News) – Fenner PLC said on Wednesday lifted its interim dividend by 40% and said it expects operating profit for its current financial year to be above expectations, following a strong performance in the six months that ended February 28. The polymer products manufacturer achieved a pretax profit of GBP13.8 million in the recent half, swinging from a loss of GBP23.1 million a year before, as revenue rose 11% to GBP307.4 million from GBP276.8 million previously. Fenner declared an interim dividend of 1.4 pence per share, up from 1.0p a year before, which it said was in line with its progressive dividend policy. Fenner attributed the positive results to progress made in new product development and to market share gains, which drove revenue and improved profitability on a well-controlled cost base. As a result, Fenner said it expects results for the full year ending August 31 to be above expectations at the operating profit level, with an added benefit to earnings from a lower tax rate in the current year. “It is pleasing that the restructuring of the group has created a platform from which we are now growing and making steady market share gains. We look forward to maintaining this momentum,” Chief Executive Officer Mark Abrahams said.
turbocharge
20/4/2017
12:59
slow and steady does it, if we are to reach the summit
turbocharge
20/4/2017
02:34
Started well and then lost steam. Not sure why but perhaps some profit taking after such a strong run? Given Mark Abrahams bullish outlook statement I don't see any concerns here. Great to see that the oil and gas sector is perking up! During the period, there were progressive improvements in oil & gas industry lead indicators such as rig count, albeit from very low levels. Notwithstanding this, the average rig count in the period was below the average for the same period last year. Both CDI and EGC have continued to make market share gains in their respective segments of the oil & gas industry, partly as a result of having introduced new products that reflect customer demand for higher technical specifications. As a result of both the improving market and the market share gains, order flow increased steadily throughout the period. + The oil & gas industry globally is recovering but long-term uncertainties remain over the supply and demand balance and how this will impact on the oil & gas industry in the USA. Considerable political uncertainty exists in many regions which may, in due course, have implications for global trade in commodities and finished goods and for exchange rates. + Outlook The market drivers in many of the Group's businesses are starting to look more favourable although in many cases this is translating only slowly into growing markets for our products. In the case of oil & gas however, there is a clearly improving trend. In addition, across our businesses, progress made in new product development and market share gains remains a driver of revenue which, combined with a well-controlled cost base, is improving profitability. As a result of our actions, we expect the results for the year to be above previous expectations at the operating profit level with a further benefit to earnings from a lower tax rate in the current financial year. It doesn't all "smell of roses", but FENR are being cautious and that is better than being to optomistic and then having to climb down later.
lauders
19/4/2017
17:41
Weird moves here on those revelations, have a long term mining bull too.
edjge2
19/4/2017
14:23
Pretty feeble reaction to excellent figures I thought. Be interested to see if brokers adjust numbers -they surely should on the back of what the company has indicated about the full year.
meijiman
19/4/2017
14:08
Fenner underlying pre-tax profits jump 19 Apr 2017 Fenner's underlying pre-tax profits more than doubled to £16,5m in the six months to the end of February - up from £8.1m last time. Revenues rose to £307.4m from £276.8m and the group made a pre-tax profit of £13.8m against a loss of £23.1m a year ago. The group said revenue was assisted by market share gains and exchange rates and underlying operating profits rose by 60% £24.0m - 27% up at constant currencies. Chief executive Mark Abrahams said: "It is pleasing that the restructuring of the group has created a platform from which we are now growing and making steady market share gains. We look forward to maintaining this momentum."
turbocharge
19/4/2017
08:22
Got on board, plenty steam pressure yet. Bit more divi too.
edjge2
19/4/2017
08:18
All on track and happy!
morph7
19/4/2017
08:12
No comments? Rather good IMO! Market seems to think they are OK too, but expect the strength to build as we progress. I really should have bought more between 100-150p!
lauders
19/4/2017
02:36
Good luck fellow shareholders today. Hope the results bring us positive news and an encouraging outlook. Would be great to continue the trend the chart has taken since February 2016!
lauders
10/4/2017
15:08
Recent news (07 March 2017) J P Morgan's voting rights attached to Shares has crossed crossed 5% upwards Number of voting rights now 10,438,929 Percentage of voting rights now 5.38%
turbocharge
10/4/2017
14:57
Upward trend seems to be sustained. Possibility of touching 400 on the horizon (based purly on the shape of the graph, no much at TA)....
turbocharge
29/3/2017
01:48
Nice little tick upwards at the end of play yesterday. I wonder if it is a good omen or meaningless? FENR have been doing well lately :-)
lauders
17/3/2017
13:53
2017 outlook – updated January 2017 “Whilst market conditions remain similar to those reflected in our November statement, we are performing well and gaining traction from market share gains and from our refocusing of the businesses. As a consequence, the Board envisages that the Group's results for the current financial year will be comfortably above previous expectations.” Fenner PLC Overview February 2017, p60
turbocharge
15/3/2017
01:22
Good overview presentation from February may be found here: Http://www.fenner.com/en/investors_media/reporting_centre/presentations Cautious optimism seems to be the theme with the potential for the medical side getting stronger and stonger.
lauders
13/3/2017
16:18
Cheers :o)
1fox1
13/3/2017
16:09
was reply from investor relations to email enquiry
wynmck
13/3/2017
15:37
Http://www.fenner.com/en/investors_media/financial_calendar The non-release of a trading statement is thanks to wynmck's inquiry.
lauders
13/3/2017
15:17
Where did you get that info wynmck? Can't find any myself. No RNS
1fox1
13/3/2017
12:06
Thanks Wynmuk
jitters3
13/3/2017
10:58
"we are not intending to issue a trading statement this month. Our half year results will be released on 19 April" (from Co. today)
wynmck
13/3/2017
10:30
Glad I did up 4pc maybe a leak on the trading update
jitters3
05/3/2017
18:30
Decided to let this run thanks guys you reassured me
jitters3
05/3/2017
07:05
FENR dividend due this Thursday: Http://www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/news/AN_1488557105862344900/uk-dividends-calendar---next-7-days.aspx
lauders
01/3/2017
21:03
Not a sell on any level at this juncture IMO. All the momentum is on the buy side. Cannot advise as regards portfolios and strategies of others because that's an idividual choice/ set of rules but generally speaking this is a winner that you run. Ben Graham used to sell half his holdings once they doubled...but he was a value investor purely so there was some sense in that. Cyclicals such as these really don't follow valuation methodology. Momentum is where it's at here (IMO, DYOR and all that).
thorpematt
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