Hansard Global Plc

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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% 51.75 14,171 16:35:12
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
50.50 53.00 51.00 49.80 51.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Ins Agents,brokers & Service 49.80 3.60 2.60 17.25 71.19
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:00:12 AT 267 49.80 GBX

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04/5/202307:46Hansard Global - wealth management1,076
21/4/202108:30Things afoot at Hansard Group ?11
26/8/200412:37what went wrong ??????91
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Posted at 04/5/2023 07:19 by grahamg8
Jam tomorrow doesn’t really explain the recent strong share price.
Posted at 31/3/2023 12:24 by folderboy
Thanks for the considered response. I guess the short answer is that, for this share, the ADVFN Monitor is of very little use. As much for the 4.1% it is not showing as up as for the previous, supposed, drop.
Posted at 31/3/2023 10:19 by stemis
I don't think it has. The spread seems to have started 44.2 - 48p, but the graph showed the average of 46.1p. There is then a sell at 44.4p so the price moved to reflect that and now there was a buy at 48p so the price moved to reflect that. But during all that time the spread stayed 44.2p - 48p. Don't asked me why the graph starts at mid and then moves to the price of the last trade, but that's what it seems to do...
Posted at 22/2/2023 13:52 by folderboy
Well if that wasn't odd then surely this is. Twenty or so shares in my portfolio and at one point all but one were level or, more likely, down - the exception? Hard to believe but it was little old HSD - OK only up .3 of a penny and it probably will not last - but it's made my day.

Something going on?

Posted at 20/2/2023 16:02 by stemis
Tbh, although I'd miss the income, it would make a lot of sense for the Polonsky's to buyout the rest of the shares. The listing has hardly been a success and it's hard to see the market ever really being interested in them. It would cost them £42m at 60p and the company has £70m+ in cash or equivalents (although most of it is owed to creditors). Even at current levels of profit, they've have no trouble paying down the purchase price.
Posted at 29/9/2022 08:38 by folderboy
A less welcome price move?!
Posted at 27/9/2022 15:27 by solarno lopez
price move ?
Posted at 22/9/2022 08:29 by stemis
I'm not trying to push HSD as an investment but what an awfully poor article; clearly the writer has spend next to no time on analysing the company.

That positive cash flow of £2.1m may sound decent, but the company’s revenue was £214.7m. That means its margins are pretty thin. A relatively small business surprise could thus have a big impact on free cash flow - except £163.3m of that is investment income on it's clients investments, which is a simple pass through the accounts (there's an equivalent entry in costs). The actual revenue on which it is exposed is £51.4m.

Last year, for example, it reported pre-tax profit (on an IFRS basis) of £4.7m. - actually that was the year before. Sloppily the writer has picked up the figure from the wrong column in the accounts.

But what concerns me is the company’s free cash flow. Before it paid dividends, it had net cash inflow of £2.1m. But dividends cost £6m, meaning the company saw cash go out of the door. - I don't know where this figure comes from. Again he's picked up the dividend figure from the wrong column (it was actually £6.1m in the year in question) but, even after paying that, cash increased by £15.5m. So, based on how he's doing his analysis, the comment is mince.

Things could change for the better. For example, if Hansard can cut the £19.1m of new business investment it spent last year, it could sustain dividends at the current level from free cash flow. - I don't even know where to start with that one....

Posted at 03/3/2022 13:44 by johnjones4
Rather surprising to see no comments yet on a day when the latest results came out and the share price has been moving around through some quite extraordinary gyrations: down nearly 9% then up 6% then down again 5% and now up 4%. Personally I'm a hold but not a buy because I suspect we're not going to see this share recovering from the doldrums any time soon and because the latest slender profit does not inspire confidence that the dividend will not be cut in the near future. But what say you?
Posted at 17/1/2022 15:03 by folderboy
"In fact the assets per share are now back to the level when the dividend was three times the amount it is now."

Indeed - and that suggests to some (OK to me) that we may see rise in the dividend.

Would have added anyway - oh there it is.

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