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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Halma Plc LSE:HLMA London Ordinary Share GB0004052071 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  57.00 1.86% 3,114.00 3,114.00 3,116.00 3,114.00 3,069.00 3,073.00 181,682 14:42:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 1,318.2 252.9 53.6 58.1 11,808

Halma Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/3/2010
05:39
a very good graph over 12 months
cnx
31/1/2010
23:45
Looks a nice company on my watch list at the mo. A bit concerned at the recent decline in the sp, do you think this is connected to the recent aquisition and the uncertaintiy over the final price? I ask because I saw this on the sharecast web site. "The company is paying $2.5m (£1.5m) for SphereOptics, a company based in New Hampshire, that had revenues of $4.3m (£2.6m) in 2009. At the end of 2009 SphereOptics had gross assets of $1.8m (£1.1m). The company will be merged with Labsphere, another New Hampshire based company, within Halma's Health and Analysis division. Labsphere is a photonics company, specialising in light measurement, sensor calibration and spectroscopy. The purchase price could rise by a further $3.5m (£2.1m) depending on profitability in the period up to March 2012.
chector177
03/12/2009
15:49
PE of 16.5 doesn't strike me as underated. Good company though.
wjccghcc
03/12/2009
10:33
Bought a few again. Nice underated share
volsung
09/11/2009
16:33
sold a few, happy with that, can't find anything to buy though! lol! market getting toppy???????
elmfield
19/10/2009
16:26
Just set a trailing stoploss?
volsung
19/10/2009
16:03
TO sell a few or to hold, that is the question!
elmfield
01/10/2009
18:22
Its the weak £, nothing more imo. All those overseas earnings converted back and now worth more. That Broker has gone way out ahead of any other forecasts, someone is calling this "incorrectly", next results will confirm.
essentialinvestor
01/10/2009
13:23
I wonder that as well, not sure broker upgrade could do so much, might nibble soon/
elmfield
01/10/2009
13:22
Yes just back from a meeting. V pleasantly surprised. There could be more to this so I'm holding for a while.
volsung
01/10/2009
13:00
Good timing? nearly topped up but not sure what to do now.
elmfield
01/10/2009
09:43
Bought some of these
volsung
29/9/2009
14:29
Thx 4 that,
elmfield
29/9/2009
12:35
Share price rise due to broker upgrade: Shares in Halma gain 3.9 percent as Panmure Gordon raises its recommendation on the safety products group to "buy" from "hold", citing valuation grounds, lifts its target price to 255 pence from 195 pence and ups its earnings estimates. "Halma has been overlooked. Most of its 20 million pounds in annualised cost savings should stick," the broker says in a note "In addition we point out the potential for a strong second half, as well as the opportunity for bolt-on acquisitions," it adds. Panmure Gordon raises its earnings per share estimates by 26 percent and 31 perecnt for 2010 and 2011, to 16.4 pence and 20.3 pence respectively, reflecting Halma's "cost base adjustments and its ability, to grow margins to a forecast 23 percent level from a recent multi-year average of 19 percent".
albcamus
28/9/2009
16:31
WELL, no surprise to me!
elmfield
05/7/2009
11:46
And rightly so, long term a good place to have some dosh with a reasonable income, I am a buyer.
elmfield
29/6/2009
08:14
And still it goes up.
trigger45
26/6/2009
14:48
Is it just me or are these looking toppy again?
scburbs
13/5/2009
07:11
It's a bit dated now, but worth a read. http://www.moneyweek.com/investments/commodities/how-to-profit-from-the-worlds-water-crisis.aspx
trigger45
11/3/2009
16:30
Great call Scburbs, even better had you gone long at 146p - you didn't did you? Here's hoping for return to +160 by weekend
retford1
10/3/2009
10:05
JoshAlexander, I was talking about the market bouncing not Halma specifically.
scburbs
10/3/2009
09:56
I am tempted but lack of visability worries . Going to wait, maybe sub 130p
philo124
10/3/2009
09:12
Good trade scburbs - I doubt it unless there is a sharp snap back rally. A profit warning at some stage may be on the cards here.
joshalexander
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