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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -109.00 -4.76% 2,182.00 13,073 08:02:30
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2,185.00 2,194.00 2,200.00 2,180.00 2,200.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 1,210.90 206.70 44.78 48.7 8,274
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:02:17 O 10 2,191.00 GBX

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Halma Daily Update: Halma Plc is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HLMA. The last closing price for Halma was 2,291p.
Halma Plc has a 4 week average price of 2,197p and a 12 week average price of 2,039p.
The 1 year high share price is 2,377p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,660p.
There are currently 379,183,144 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 717,636 shares. The market capitalisation of Halma Plc is £8,687,085,829.04.
epo001: Why the share price fall of ~28p today? It has gone ex-div but that was only 9.6p and there seem to be no big sales listed so far
erogenous jones: Delighted that you have banked a very decent profit, Yertiz. I am continuing to run my profits - I transferred enough shares from main account to my wifes ISA account to fill her ISA to the max back in 2015 and roughly half a full ISA worth at the same time to my ISA with, I cannot recall quite what else to make up the difference. I recall adding 800 shares to my holding in 2017. No-one gets rich by not banking profits! Well done, Yertiz.... in the meanwhile, as there is no news to suggest that this investment has run its course or that the share price direction will change, I remain fully invested and look forward to a share in profits as dividends are distributed. HLMA is my largest single holding but it is not the best performer this year to date - that privilidge goes to Nvidia and Allianz Technology Trust - both up 42% thus far. Not everything in my portfolio is up this year - 5 of my 51 equities are slightly down (Vodafone is the worst at -7% for 2019 but in mitigation I have been averaging that holding up for about 30 years!)
iwilllosemyshirt: REDS, remarkable recovery story not yet well known. Trading update 5th September. REDS provides software applications for smart buildings and counts pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline and real estate player Meyer Bergman among its customers. Constant flow of new contracts with large multinationals. They got recently a 12 million contract with UBS which represented 50% of REDS' market capital! UBS have 700 more branches needing possibly the same service. New CEO Mark Braund very positive and invested his own money along with the financial director. Mark is a specialist in turning around struggling companies. He has already done it with REDS in less than a year. hxxp://
churchill2: Another great week for Halma as the pound weakened which answered the question I raised in 268. Can it go much further seems unlikely but I thought that when the share price was 870p.
albcamus: 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".
adriand: I expect the "in-line with expectations" AGM statement to knock a couple of pence off the share price RNS Number:0838H Halma PLC 02 August 2006 HALMA p.l.c. 112th ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2 AUGUST 2006 Halma, the leading safety, health and sensor technology group, is holding its AGM later today, at which Geoff Unwin, Chairman, will make the following comments on trading and outlook: "Halma has generated healthy organic growth during the first Quarter and is trading in line with the Board's expectations. Last year the Group benefited from a recovery in our Water business (within the Health and Analysis sector) and resumed widespread organic growth. This momentum in underlying organic growth across the Group has continued and prospects for the current year remain positive. "Our Infrastructure Sensors sector is building on the growth which started to emerge during the latter half of last year and is benefiting from the impact of the greater strategic action and investment which commenced a year ago. Actions continue to build and leverage sales internationally including new products and distribution agreements in the US, European and Asian markets. "Our Health and Analysis and Industrial Safety sectors are progressing well despite the small negative impact of a stronger US Dollar. Mikropack, the German photonics company acquired in April 2006, has been integrated into the Ocean Optics business successfully and is meeting our expectations."
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