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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Halma Plc HLMA London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
3.00 0.1% 2,884.00 12:28:17
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
2,863.00 2,845.00 2,892.00 2,881.00
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Industry Sector
ELECTRONIC & ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT

Top Investor Posts

DateSubject
01/4/2021
06:36
yellowstoneadvisory: Interesting webinar from Charles King Director of Investor Relations at Halma. Over the long term they have doubled sales and profits every 6 years. Watch the recording: hxxps://youtu.be/31cegJLstGk Read the write up here: hxxps://www.yellowstoneadvisory.com/post/halma-a-quality-compounder
21/3/2021
20:38
sharesoc: ShareSoc/Yellowstone Webinar with Halma Plc (HLMA) on the 31 March 2021 Charles King, Director of Investor Relations will provide an introduction to Halma Plc and update on corporate performance following the trading statement which will be issued on 24th March hxxps://www.sharesoc.org/events/sharesoc-webinar-with-halma-plc-hlma-31-march-2021/
15/3/2021
09:31
yellowstoneadvisory: Investor Webinar on Wed 31st March at 12pm Charles King, Director of Investor Relations will provide an introduction to Halma Plc and update on corporate performance following the trading statement which will be issued on 24th March Register: hxxps://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/7016155416370/WN_YHAZ3W21Q3GcpVhj0AG5dA
09/1/2021
17:52
arja: lovely uptrending chart and NOR situation . But wonder why as the p/e is about 50 I think - investors must think it is a growth situation !
03/2/2017
18:04
philanderer: Market report: ........Elsewhere, mid-cap engineer Halma enjoyed its best day in 15 months, bouncing 37p higher to 963p, on the back of rating upgrade. Barclays lifted its rating to “overweight” from “equal weight” as it admires the company’s “consistent, long-term record”. HTTP://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/02/03/ftse-100-rises-pound-extends-losses-investors-eye-uk-services/
21/6/2015
16:31
hedgehog 100: From the "INVESTORS CHRONICLE" 19 June 2015: "WORTH EVERY PENNY Quality doesn't come cheap, but Harriet Russell has identified five shares that easily live up to their punchy price-tags ... Halma (HLMA) Industrial technology group Halma has earned its status as an 'old reliable' stock - one that investors can rely on for a solid return, consistent growth and steady income. Case in point: at the full-year results in June, the group hiked the dividend by another 7 per cent - for the 35th consecutive year. Even last year's weaker industry growth and currency headwinds couldn't hold Halma back and the group reported its 12th consecutive year of underlying growth. The secret, according to the group's bosses, is paying attention to long-term social trends and keeping up to date with current health, safety and environmental legislation. ... Halma might serve as the best example of an acquisition-led growth strategy. Last year the group spent £100m on new companies to add to the group. But it's clear it tries to buy quality and never bets too big, preferring so-called 'bolt on' deals that can easily be integrated. ... Essentially, whether Halma is buying up businesses of growing on its own, the group invests in making products the world cannot do without. And when the market is volatile, this kind of reliability generally comes at a price."
04/8/2011
17:37
elmfield: Not sure where we are going, some have lost a lot of money in second line stocks, this will recover but still not buying anything yet. August bad month the real boys running he funds away on school holidays and MMS can mark down, have to wait and see what the big investors do on return in September. More important things coming up on the Grouse moors! LOL!
20/6/2006
21:12
kidney: Will the reclassification into the electronics sector affect the way investors view Halma's potential?Hard to tell how well it will be doing compared to sector averages for a few months. On these results and the more focussed business plan,I would expect a chart breakout but no idea what the share price would be.Unfortunately,as Halma has been trading in a narrow range all year and considering the general jitters of the market at the moment plus all the betting on tennis,horses and football for the short term,maybe the share price will stall at 190p and the "new highs" won't be reached for a while. Remember...no gearing and the moving averages are moving in the right direction.However,if the momentum stalls at 190p there is'nt much profit in it for the small investors! I think this is a great company,but don't know what to expect short term.The lack of sell off on results is a good sign. LOL
12/7/2005
15:41
grevis: Halma PLC 12 July 2005 HALMA p.l.c. INTEREST NOTIFIED UNDER SECTION 198 COMPANIES ACT 1985 Halma p.l.c. received the following notification on 8 July 2005 from Silchester International Investors Limited. Silchester International Investors Limited ('Silchester') acts as an Investment Manager for a number of commingled funds (its 'Clients'). In acting for its Clients, Silchester are given full discretion over their investments, and are empowered to vote on their behalf. However, Silchester do not act as their Custodian, and therefore shares are not held in the name of Silchester, but in the nominee name of its Clients' Custodian bank. In addition, Silchester holds 49.9% of the issued share capital of Sanderson Asset Management Limited (' Sanderson'), a UK limited company that also acts as an Investment Manager for a number of commingled funds and separate accounts. In acting for its clients, Sanderson are given full discretion over their investments, and are empowered to vote on their behalf. However, Sanderson do not act as its clients' Custodian and therefore shares are not held in Sanderson's name, but in the nominee name of Sanderson's clients' Custodian bank. Silchester's share ownership in Sanderson does not allow Silchester to exercise any direct or indirect control over Sanderson's investment strategy, philosophy or implementation, the investments that Sanderson may purchase or sell on behalf of its clients, or the manner in which Sanderson may vote proxies that arise from its client investments. However, Silchester is deemed to have an 'interest' in shares that Sanderson controls by virtue of Section 203(2)(b) of the Companies Act 1985. Recent purchases/sales of shares in Halma p.l.c. by Silchester, on behalf of its clients, have resulted in Silchester having an interest in the following shares (also see table below): SILCHESTER 65,887,378 Recent purchases/sales of shares in Halma p.l.c. by Sanderson, on behalf of its clients, have resulted in Sanderson having an interest in the following shares, and Silchester having an interest over the same shares for the purposes of Section 203(2)(6) of the Companies Act 1985 (also see table below): SANDERSON 10,078,500 Silchester's records show that Halma p.l.c. have the following shares in that class: HALMA p.l.c. 368,800,919 As such, Silchester has an interest over 20.60% of the shares of that class. One of Silchester's clients controls 11.33% of the shares of that class and another client controls 5.02%. This interest is being notified in fulfillment of the obligations imposed by Sections 198-202 of the Companies Act 1985. Silchester does not have an interest mentioned in Section 208(5) of the Companies Act 1985 in any of the shares to which this notification relates.
25/6/2002
10:54
limpsfield chartist: These have been flat for a while, not even the results last week moved them but this seems to: http://www.advfn.com/cmn/news/newsmona.php?article=2956663&epic=HLMA DISCLOSURE UNDER RULE 3 OF THE RULES GOVERNING SUBSTANTIAL ACQUISITIONS OF SHARES ("SARs") SILCHESTER INTERNATIONAL INVESTORS LIMITED Now own 18% of the shares. Who are they.....
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