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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Fletcher King Plc LSE:FLK London Ordinary Share GB0003425310 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 50.00 45.00 55.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 2,000 08:00:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 2.3 -0.8 -7.5 - 5

Fletcher King Share Discussion Threads

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19/8/2005
10:56
Didn't take long CR :o))
rivaldo
19/8/2005
09:52
Life in the old dog yet Rivaldo! :-) I agree, a bit of patience here and we'll see some big spikes up along the way. CR
cockneyrebel
17/8/2005
09:24
Patience certainly necessary here CR - ah, the perils of investing in small cap and illiquid companies.... The share sales resulting from option exercises haven't helped. But there's a 3p final divi coming up (ex-div on 31st August), and it would only take a little interest or one tip to stir things up and get the price moving. The AGM is coming up in September - hopefully there'll be a trading update. The company is cheap on fundamentals and has a cash pile. And the long-term chart and uptrend still looks promising! And it's ISA-ble too.
rivaldo
03/8/2005
14:57
yep, I also don't want to become a serial thread creator Rivaldo and it would be good to time a new thread when there's news/momentum ahead of some likely happening/event. Doing a thread after a couple of small director sells is probably not the most productive way. Frauddy has his name to this thread so I guess the punters will pop their head in on that basis anyway. I think this is one to be patient with - you need some good steady-eddies that are cheap in the port to help you sleep too imo. CR
cockneyrebel
03/8/2005
14:34
Thanks for the feedback rivaldo. Things are quiet here now the results have gone, but it should be a fairly safe company to invest in I would think. I shall have to keep an eye on the Fletcher King Howard website to see if anymore company names appear. Unfortunately there isn't any indication that I can see of when the site was last updated. Would help if they had that info.
lauders
02/8/2005
10:44
Thx for that Lauders - good spot. I think CR had volunteered for a new thread, but was maybe waiting for the IC or Shares Mag to pick up on the recent excellent results first, which I don't think they have yet. Good to see the bid price picking up again.
rivaldo
28/7/2005
08:11
From the latest results: ------------------------------------------------------- FLETCHER KING HOWARD Our wholly owned construction services subsidiary performed well during the year, increasing its profitability in line with expectation. The business continued to work on a diverse range of projects and, during the year, completed a £5.5m distribution hub for NYK Logistics and are retained on a second phase which will start this year. One 50,000 sq.ft. and two 15,000 sq.ft. freeze chambers were completed during the year for Baugur together with two buildings totalling 350,000 sq.ft. in Manchester for L'Oreal. A £4.5m grandstand at Towcester Racecourse is nearing completion. Activity continues on a £10.5m medium secure unit at Northampton's St Andrews Hospital and the company has been appointed for a further £10m development at the hospital to start later this year. Work in the education sector is strong and projects starting this year will include a £9.4m extension to Northampton School for Boys and a £3.5m design centre for Berkhamsted Collegiate School. Work has started on a 60 acre development for Gefco's new northern regional distribution centre, an £11m building for Hayley Conferences at Windsor and a £4m warehouse in Cheshire for Seafield Logistics. Agco's new £10m headquarters at Stoneleigh and Northampton Saints Rugby Club new £3m stand will also be completed during the year. The strength of our forward order book should ensure that we grow the business in the coming year. --------------------------------------------- Now if you go to the Fletcher King Howard website at http://www.howardassociates.co.uk/frameset-top.htm you will see: Re-branding and refurbishment of several Citroen dealerships, including Slough, Birmingham and Glasgow. As this wasn't mentioned in the piece from the results above, perhaps we can take it that it is new? Not sure. Still good to see that Citroen are also a client of this part of the group. Hozelock are also mentioned as are the Palace Theatre in Redditch and Howard Smith Paper. Wasn't there talk of a new thread for FLK? Some graphs/charts would be nice if whoever it was that suggested it is going to follow through. Thanks.
lauders
23/7/2005
14:11
True rivaldo, but strong chance in my opinion. I think only Mr. Fletcher to go, which I hope doesn't happen, but we shall see. Do agree that it appears slightly odd that the broker did not place the shares as you suggest, but then perhaps it isn't so easy with this NMS? It is down on the week for me, but I did buy in on Friday ;-( Maybe I should have waited, but I have some in my sights if we get much lower and I think all will be okay later in the year, plus there is the good dividend yield that I was interested in getting.
lauders
23/7/2005
13:26
Doesn't necessarily mean the other director will flog any Lauders. Still, I've certainly been wrong on this one - surely it would have ben more efficient to have got the company broker to organise the placing out of their shares immediately on exercise as is usually the case? They probably would have got a better price too! The good news is that the price is still well up on the week, and there's still plenty of leeway as the shares are plainly undervalued imo.
rivaldo
22/7/2005
17:49
So three lots of options exercised by directors at 25p and two have sold part of their holdings. That probably means that one more lot is going to be sold and there may be more weakness. I bought today after ditching an underperforming share and will add if we go sub-50p. Not sure we will, but with a good dividend and buy and hold strategy I hope to be happy in a few months.
lauders
22/7/2005
16:30
Well there`s the 50k sell,however the price shown is 49p!!
jwe
22/7/2005
14:49
I would say the t-trade is definately a sell hence the fall.The bid ended yesterday at 57p so looks like a sell first thing,my guess would be one of the directors that have just exercised options at 25p.
jwe
22/7/2005
14:14
Robbie Burns' latest comment today is: "My recent buy in Fletcher King I think will pay big dividends. I don't mind if it comes back a bit because if it comes down a bit more I would really like to buy some more!" Difficult to tell - was that 50k T trade at 56.75p a buy or a sell? My instinct tells me a buy, but I suppose it could be the reason for the fall today (most of which is in the spread anyway).
rivaldo
21/7/2005
14:01
Cheers NT - have a plug for your site! For anyone interested there's NT's commentary on his Buy of FLK here: http://www.frequenttrader.info/p2.html OT : I'm thinking of following you into GYG since it's now fallen from your in price.
rivaldo
21/7/2005
13:23
.. actually I bought the 10,000 shares yesterday at 53p. Being greedy tried to get a few more but the price rose against my order. nice to see a thread where there are sensible, interesting and well-informed investors. A real pleasure.
renegade master
21/7/2005
09:47
Delayed trades make this stock slightly difficult to read :o)) But the price makes good reading - breakout!
rivaldo
21/7/2005
08:18
rivaldo-no my buy was at 52.5.
jwe
20/7/2005
21:10
Roughly 16% of his original holding as he still holds 199,900 shares. Would be nice to know why he sold them - e.g. EVS director sales for house purchase... ZZZ P.S. CR - all news now out on CCO any views - the last issue of founder shares according to CEO Stuart Pearson ( as E-mailed to me ) are held without future or current liability ...
zorija
20/7/2005
20:54
40K director sell this afternoon at 45p a bit wierd. I can't see that trade showing either. Seems a big discount. CR
cockneyrebel
20/7/2005
20:54
Is that not your 10k buy at 53p today jwe? I see there was another 10k bought at 56p on a T trade. Someone was evidently keen and willing to wait to get stock. The strong finish augurs well.
rivaldo
20/7/2005
20:40
Strange my 10k purchase from yesterday never showed, still i have the contract note today so definately have them,i thought it was because they were being matched with a larger seller but after todays rise that looks not to be the case.
jwe
20/7/2005
14:14
Yep - looking forward to Shares and the IC this week, there should be at least some sort of mention. I assume there's delayed buys to come, as a 6.7% rise seems a bit much for around 4k of buys. Looking forward to your new thread CR.
rivaldo
20/7/2005
13:38
Looks like the tips might have been leaked
mykai
20/7/2005
13:34
Ooops, sorry :-) Anyway, on the way up, which is nice - I'll do the tread at the weekend perhaps. CR
cockneyrebel
20/7/2005
11:56
Not so CR - the bottom of the RNS's reveal they've just had to re-calculate their holdings as a result of last week's admission of 360k shares.
rivaldo
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