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FIH Fih Group Plc

242.00
0.00 (0.00%)
19 Jul 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fih Group Plc LSE:FIH London Ordinary Share GB00BD0CWJ91 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 242.00 234.00 250.00 255.00 240.00 255.00 439 11:25:06
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Ferries 52.71M 3.12M 0.2494 9.70 30.3M
Fih Group Plc is listed in the Ferries sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker FIH. The last closing price for Fih was 242p. Over the last year, Fih shares have traded in a share price range of 205.00p to 280.00p.

Fih currently has 12,519,900 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Fih is £30.30 million. Fih has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 9.70.

Fih Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/2/2017
12:11
With 22.7% of the equity it seems very unlikely that there will be a counter bid so hopefully enough investors will not accept and force them to increase their offer. Wonder what Fidelity will decide?
the vogon
16/2/2017
11:41
i know a guy working on the back up generators (bank of six i think from memory and these are not the ones you buy from B&Q !!) plans so the power station supply is being totally revamped. so lots of people going to going and living in the falklands. ports will be busy, accommodation and stores. not sure how big total project is but will try and find see whether a figure has been banded about. I know design phase was decent money.
ntv
16/2/2017
10:24
i know there is lots going on in the falkland islands at the mo
new power projects etc
will try to find out more details if anyone interested
i am not a share holder and didn't realise this group still existed

That would be very helpful NTV ( and very kind!)

the vogon
15/2/2017
15:23
I second that. Hold on!
bokorbilly
15/2/2017
10:28
I would advise all shareholders to hang on for a better price - its early days yet.
whackford
15/2/2017
09:20
i know there is lots going on in the falkland islands at the mo
new power projects etc
will try to find out more details if anyone interested
i am not a share holder and didn't realise this group still existed

ntv
15/2/2017
08:28
Agree with all above. Understated value in books for Falklands land (300 acres facing into Stanley Harbour) which has "great expectations" including potential new port.
whackford
15/2/2017
08:19
Hi all. Some very interesting goings on here, and I agree with weatherman and saints98. I think people should
hold on and see how things develop over the next few days and weeks. A lot of the major shareholders appear very angry indeed, especially as the real book value is 344p per share ( using fair value of property in the Falklands instead of cost-depreciation).

bokorbilly
14/2/2017
19:41
19-Nov-15
WH Ireland
Buy
225.00p
-
450.00p
Reiteration
16-Feb-15
WH Ireland
Buy
282.50p
465.00p
465.00p
Reiteration

Feb 2017 - "The Independent FIH Directors, who have been so advised by WH Ireland, consider the terms of the Offer [300p cash] to be fair and reasonable."

No wonder private investors don't trust Broker notes.

weatherman
14/2/2017
19:09
It is interesting to note some major shareholders have increased their holdings. Are they looking for another bid, or a higher price? Some historical broker notes from 2015 suggested a target price of 450p.
weatherman
14/2/2017
17:27
With you 100% weatherman. Audacious in the extreme. Given the thin board structure, all shareholders are in the hands of one individual on this given our Chairman is conflicted. I wonder if Jeremy Brade is 100% comfortable with this ...just how hard have they really been working to do deals these last 2 years? The cynic in me says Rowland had all this worked out a long while ago: cancel the divi, hit the share price as a consequence and grow the cash pile. Wait for outlook to improve as highlighted earlier (Argentine relations improve, oil price rallies), then make a bid 10% higher than the level at which he cancelled the divi originally (paid for by the cash saved from not paying out those dividends)Even the house brokers target is higher (320p). Only thing that gives me hope is we have rather curious shareholder list and the announcement suggests that others were made inside before the deal was announced and chose not to give irrevocables (i.e. A commitment of sorts to accept the bid). Hopefully more to come. Given long dated nature of these assets it will be a travesty if not (or a steal if you are a Mr E Rowland)
saints98
14/2/2017
07:06
What a surprise - fatten up the calf, then make a killing. We were told that the loss of dividends was to make acquisitions, but that hasn't happened. Instead those dividends are now to go to the family firm. I'll walk away from this with a small profit, but the Falkland Islands may feel the pain over the longer term through the FIH local dominance. I wonder whether the UK government will let them have such control over the lives of the Falkland islanders?
weatherman
10/2/2017
10:10
Precisely Eburne.

Rowlands on to a good thing. NAV must now be about 320p per share.

whackford
10/2/2017
09:44
Mixed feelings about the bid - on the one hand it's a decent price for an illiquid stock not paying a dividend any more, on the other, its come at a time when things could start happening again in the Falklands (thawing in Anglo-Argentine relations, Premier Oil refinancing, etc).
eburne1960
05/1/2017
19:18
Rising again in the new year.
weatherman
27/11/2016
07:42
Thanks Weatherman. Also a piece on same webpage about Premier Oil and lenders having a say on new projects going forward.

Recent FIH results show "business as usual".

whackford
26/11/2016
09:51
hxxp://en.mercopress.com/2016/11/24/falklands-refreshes-long-term-economic-development-strategy
weatherman
19/10/2016
10:11
hxxp://en.mercopress.com/2016/10/14/falklands-tourist-board-contracts-world-class-digital-platform

New CE of FIG is a Rowland just like at FIH - coincidence?

hxxp://en.mercopress.com/2016/10/13/falklands-new-chief-executive-has-30-years-experience-in-england-s-public-sector

weatherman
17/10/2016
19:54
I sold the rest on Friday I think could have a quick 10 - 15% correction
ch1ck
11/10/2016
12:04
I sold a chunk this morning up 20% and looking like it could correct but I may be wrong but have enough invested to make it work either way
ch1ck
07/10/2016
07:34
When you look at all the failed growth stories on aim, a recovering asset play is probably a safer bet. I did well in Avesco.
weatherman
07/10/2016
07:23
Yes, as predicted, moving back to around £3 which is the NAV per share.
whackford
06/10/2016
20:18
Still moving ahead slowly.
weatherman
28/9/2016
13:25
New presentation on the website showing Net Asset Value £3.10 per share, £14m of cash and strategy on future acquisition. Worth a look.
whackford
17/9/2016
09:32
Thanks Weatherman. I have repeated my last post, slightly amended:

This is a low risk,very stable, conservatively run company. Using the normal valuation methods it is a real bargain at £2.00 by my reckoning. Also by the reckoning of W H Ireland who give it a target of £3.00.

The P/E is modest and net asset value per share is about £3.10, with £1 per share held in cash after netting off the small amount of debt.

Following Wednesday's announcement from the FO that various agreements with Argentina on trade, oil and other things are now in place, and with the strengthening outlook for oil, I expect the share price to progress towards its historic level.

whackford
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