Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Goodwin Plc LSE:GDWN London Ordinary Share GB0003781050 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 3,625.00 30 08:13:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3,510.00 3,690.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 144.11 19.94 169.14 21.4 279
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
09:53:15 O 30 3,557.00 GBX

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Posted at 03/2/2023 08:20 by Goodwin Daily Update
Goodwin Plc is listed in the Industrial Engineering sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GDWN. The last closing price for Goodwin was 3,625p.
Goodwin Plc has a 4 week average price of 3,320p and a 12 week average price of 3,000p.
The 1 year high share price is 3,950p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2,350p.
There are currently 7,689,600 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,784 shares. The market capitalisation of Goodwin Plc is £278,748,000.
Posted at 20/12/2022 11:02 by alexisk
Hardly a fully-fledged profit warning I would suggest -- they are just saying that profits are going to rise moderately, rather than substantially, this year.

I suppose it would depend on what the markets were expecting. The share price has dropped only a little this morning, so I would think that a moderate, rather than substantial, profit increase is what was already expected.

As a shareholder, I woud be very happy with a moderate increase in the current climate this year.

Posted at 18/2/2022 13:31 by km18
...from last year...

Company overview:
Goodwin is a provider of high quality designed and manufactured products for numerous sectors. The company operates through 2 divisions: Mechanical engineering and Refractory engineering. The former supplying in-house designed and manufactured metallic, composite and electronic products. The Refractory’s focus is  mineral based products and processed minerals. Company’s products can be found in a wide variety of sectors, such as Aerospace, automotive, construction, defence, fire protection etc. The group benefits from a fine balance of well-diversified product line and deep understanding of each individual business. Goodwin follows  mixed strategy of innovation in design and cost reduction.
Latest trading update for the 12-month period ending in April looks positive, with a big result for H2 PBT of £10.7m, vs the H1 figure of £5.8m. Now we should consider the fact that ending period results could present mirky details, cause by reconciliations. Shareholders will be happy to hear that management has proposed an increase dividend of 102.24p, a 25% increase from the last one. Simplifying the statements, below we can see good profit margin channelling a healthy increase in diluted EPS of 59%, at 164.2p. P/E is, therefore, reduced from the sky highs of 30 last year, to a modest 18. Consistent dividend pay-out is another factor playing in favour of the stock, with the last 3 years divis substantially higher than normal. Cash flow important information consists of dividends easily covered by FCF, making them sustainable, and expectations for lower CapEx in future periods, as this year company invested in building a new facility....from WealthOracleAM

Posted at 23/10/2021 17:19 by tmfmayn
Small-Cap Spotlight Report: Goodwin #GDWN

"The pivot seems to be working, not least because the latest results revealed a remarkable divisional performance of sales falling 14% but profit soaring 34%".


Posted at 23/9/2021 08:47 by cockerhoop

I attended an investor visit to Goodwins on 8th September and the Foundry was (as far as I could see) operating normally.

GDWN certainly have sizable long term US Naval defence contracts (that have required recent expansion in Stoke) but i'd imagine the share price is being driven by the doubling or EPS between H1 & H2 of last year with the full effect of the new contracts (US Naval & Nuclear decommissioning) yet to flow into the financials.

Looks quite exciting to me over the next couple of years.

Posted at 11/8/2021 11:23 by alexisk
Wow, diluted earnings per share up 60% over previous year.
Prospects look good.

Posted at 16/12/2020 11:14 by redartbmud
If Goodwin is a share that you buy and hold forever then the odd blip is always going to occur.
I am going back to sleep until they issue the next Rns and then the xd date.

Posted at 16/12/2020 10:54 by rp19
Thanks cfro, fair points and I don't disagree. I think for me, the question in the short/medium term is can the current share price multiple be supported whilst the lengthy (by nature of the industry) diversification process is underway. Perhaps it will as the market looks forward but, if not, others may see any fall as a buying opportunity.
Posted at 16/12/2020 08:36 by rp19
Hi cfro - If they achieve similar EPS in H2 that would be about 115p for the year. Putting it on a P/E of around 26 at current price of £30. This appears reasonably lofty given the outlook tone although I note they are confident in their order book. Do you have any future year EPS targets?
Posted at 20/10/2020 08:22 by skinwalker
No idea why, but this share is having a very good run. (anyone know?)
I might even go into profit.

Posted at 05/9/2019 10:06 by redartbmud
I think that they are at zero price.
The number of potential shares, that could be earned (maximum of 1% of the existing share capital, of the company = 8% total) and the zero coupon, caused a big wave when it was unveiled.

It was also complex to value, based on the information provided.
There were a number of quite tough targets to hit, one of which was the average share price on 30 April 2019, £31.70 and the opening share price on 1 May £32.38.
A start reference was the 5 October share price of £22.20.

Sorry if I confused you. The maximum that could have been earned was 1% each, for the 'Great 8' but in the event only 85% vested = 6.8% or 61,200 shares each = 489,600 shares.

It is just my opinion, on how they will take their entitlements, but 6 out of 8 are certainly family, and the other 2 may be related in some way, If not, they are very closely aligned.
They will have big tax bills to meet, so an even spread, over 5 years, may be their best option, from a personal tax and cash flow standpoint, based on the current income tax regime.
If too many of them took the 30%, in the same year, it has the potential to adversely affect the share price, and disadvantaging their co-directors.
The Goodwins have a history of buying, and holding forever.
If you look back, any sales have been matched, by an equal purchase, into some form of tax wrapper that includes spouses, and they buy Goodwin shares annually to put into their ISA accounts.

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