Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hansard Global Plc LSE:HSD London Ordinary Share IM00B1H1XF89 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 46.20 0.00 08:00:22
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
44.20 47.80
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Life Insurance 4.70 3.20 14.4 63
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 46.20 GBX

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Hansard Global Daily Update: Hansard Global Plc is listed in the Life Insurance sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HSD. The last closing price for Hansard Global was 46.20p.
Hansard Global Plc has a 4 week average price of 40p and a 12 week average price of 30p.
The 1 year high share price is 49p while the 1 year low share price is currently 23.50p.
There are currently 137,281,202 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 40,251 shares. The market capitalisation of Hansard Global Plc is £63,423,915.32.
neilyb675: The Board have resolved to pay an interim dividend of 1.8p per share. This amounts to £2.5m and will be paid on 21 April 2020 to shareholders on the register at 13 March 2020.
loganair: And also causing the share price to drop to continue giving a 10% dividend yield which investors need in order to take on the risk of buying shares in Hansard. I made a stupid decision in buying in to Hansard in the first place as I was emotionally swayed by the high dividend yield rather then by my experience of the product they sold.
cockerhoop: I do like to tease MRF as he can be somewhat rude to other investors on multiple boards. Actually at HSD not much has changed, the AUM is pretty similar, the narrowing of margins as new low margin business replacing old high margin redemptions is ongoing. FCF has predictably dropped causing the dividend to do the same.
mister md: yes I held this share until recently for the dividends, but sold in favour of some larger cap companies. The litigation does seem to be the thing worrying the market and keeping the shareprice depressed: " Exposures from outstanding writs total EUR21.7m (GBP19.4m) at 30 June 2019, up EUR1.6m (GBP1.6m) from 30 June 2018. The primary driver of the increase has been in relation to litigation in Italy focused on a range of funds which have been illiquid for a number of years."
johnjones4: It depends if you think the market's hollowing-out of this stock over the past year or so has been wrong or at least overdone and at very least more sideways movement or even some recovery is on the cards in the foreseeable future. Personally I'm unconvinced, as is the market, that HSD will be attractive, regardless of yield, until or unless the potential litigation costs in Europe stop mounting. Remember: a particularly tempting-looking yield, like any arithmetical product of a numerator over a denominator, can mean that a business's market value has plunged for good reason rather than that its revenues and profitability are high and sustainable.
hugepants: Director buying. Timothy Neil Davis has bought 4 shares. Hopefully this will spark a re-rating. It's been a torrid few months for shareholders.
bizana: My guess is Milton. Look at their catastrophic decision to sell down VRS. I have been in HSD for5+ years. Great div while share price held steady.Now, at an all time low, why, I wonder, should I any confidence?
wunderbar: A traders share! Whatever gave you that idea? If you strip out the recent uncharacteristically high volatility consider the fact for past SIX YEARS the share price has been stuck in a typically tight trading range of 87 to 115p, it’s hardly a trailblazing stock hence the reference to steady eddie share. I wouldn’t think HSD would appeal to traders as it’s too dull (historically speaking), volatility is rare, daily volumes are low and you’ll also find mm’s frequently manipulating the spread - anything between 0.4p and 4p! If anyone wants to trade this stock for a few pennies profit then good luck to them but that approach isn't worth my time. I’m simply looking for a dull income stock offering a decent steady dividend with potential for moderate capital growth and hopefully Hansard is just that. As for today's performance HSD dipped right near the bell to finish @ 58.4p, down almost 6%. We're lead to believe recent falls are attributable to seller offloading stock so begs the question how low can this go bearing in mind share price is now at an all time low. As I've said before should we see c55p then I'd be inclined to add to my position. Normally I wouldn't advocate quickfire top-ups in such a short space of time but the rapid decline looks way overdone to me. In the meantime we can only watch and wait for the share price to get back to more realistic levels.
loganair: I wrote to Hansard asking about the dramatic drop in the companies share price and this is their reply: "We believe the share price movement is due to recent bulk selling volume beyond levels where normal liquidity is available to absorb it. Our business dynamics have not significantly altered during the period of the price fall and we remain optimistic around the opportunity for growth in the coming financial year."
osirisra: As I was saying last week, looking forward a year or so, the HSD share price and divi could be in a very different place to where it is today.
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