Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hargreaves Services LSE:HSP London Ordinary Share GB00B0MTC970 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -5.00p -1.42% 348.00p 349.00p 358.00p 349.00p 349.00p 349.00p 6,064 16:35:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 342.9 4.1 16.1 21.6 111.33

Hargreaves Services Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/5/2018
14:24
Enjoying watching my paint dry and looking at the price of oil this should be giving the share price a nudge up. 350 on the offer has completely gone now and MM's discouraging any buying by forcing buyers to pay the fill ask
cc2014
30/4/2018
15:27
I believe Hargreaves is looking to invest in the quill pen market.......
meijiman
30/4/2018
14:27
I reckon they are about to break in to the typewriter and Fax market......
beeks of arabia
30/4/2018
14:03
Owning this share is like watching paint dry. Must be time to buy another mine.
meijiman
30/4/2018
13:48
well 6 weeks since my last post and a couple of months since anyone else posted. I guess we are all very patient. A few interesting trades today. It seems someone happy to pay 345 even with the massive spread. Presumably they have got fed up waiting for the spread to close. The question is how many months do we have to wait until they are willing to pay 350 or are they in more of a hurry than that.
cc2014
14/3/2018
09:03
So the FD sells a load of options which the market easily absorbs within the spread which tells me someone is still collecting stock. I don't really like it when the insiders sell but in this case I'm going to ignore it. He's held them a very long time and I understand when people want to sell a few as they get older. I'm more interested in two things: 1. That someone keeps collecting stock. 2. I'm trying to figure if the Russian situation escalates whether this will impact on gas supplies and what that would do for coal useage. At the moment BP. share price indicates this isn't on the market's mind. BP own 20% of Rossnet.
cc2014
22/2/2018
12:14
We have new 5% shareholder. Seems they have sourced some of the shares from Artermis. I wonder who is funding the spin-off and whether news is starting to leak out.
cc2014
20/2/2018
14:16
Some large trades gone through a little bit under the 3% threshold. We need to get this seller out the way and hopefully that's happened now.
cc2014
14/2/2018
11:47
I'm certainly not suggesting any dodgy goings on with the CEO. However with strong governance the CEO should drive the strategy and live or die by it.
beeks of arabia
14/2/2018
10:24
The CEO seems to have got away with a lot of poor judgement calls over the years.The strategy to go more heavily in to coal was a disaster and decimated the share price. The muck shifting purchase, frauds by subsidiaries, he was the man at the helm for it all.He's very lucky to still be in his position, and a change in structure would breath some further life in to things.Problem is that the industry is as inbred as a Norfolk farming community, a replacement would be like for like.
beeks of arabia
14/2/2018
10:13
The ceo here seems to have been legged over a few times. Wasn't there some sort of fraud in Belgium a few years ago?
meijiman
14/2/2018
09:27
And it looks like they are pursuing the previous owners who may have been not overly truthful.............probably advisors as well as DD was done. That aside I can see a £6 share price by 2020 as the company looks very cheap going forward Tiger
castleford tiger
14/2/2018
09:10
I agree. Everything is coming together as set out in their strategy about 18 months ago. The Blackwell purchase price is the only frustrating element which takes the shine of the results. However, they have provided for all the legacy losses now so hopefully we can move forward now.
cc2014
14/2/2018
08:20
Looks to me like great value to be exploited now the business has moved away from its old coal based business. The power project looks good and debt has fallen in the group. The only dark spot was that BLACKWALL was a dog. Sure someone said that on here at the time. was it Muckshifter? Tiger
castleford tiger
13/2/2018
12:30
well this from the final results on page 91 of the annual report. Net assets £137m Net asset value per share = £4.32. Not much to think about except hold and think about it a bit harder when the share price begins with a 4 or 5.
cc2014
13/2/2018
12:15
Think you might be close! Tiger upside here still I feel
castleford tiger
13/2/2018
12:15
Think you might be close! Tiger upside here still I feel
castleford tiger
13/2/2018
11:59
It is my perception based on the trades today , someone is either desperate to get in before the interims or the results have been leaked in the last half hour
cc2014
09/2/2018
13:29
Buyers and sellers having a row before the Finals on Valentine's day. Who's going to win? The 25k buyer only took a couple of minute to replace his volume on the book at 348. The seller continues to dangle his 25k sell at 352, although yesterday he spent some time at 355. Edit: Maybe the buyer has won. The 25k at 352 moved to 350, got a partial of 2k and has since disappeared. 25k buyer still at 348
cc2014
08/2/2018
07:44
Beeks Sorry when I said reopen its as a gas plant. I have a link will try and find . local consultation is on-going Tiger
castleford tiger
07/2/2018
22:03
Hi Tigre, Eggborough has plans in to demolish current and build a CCGT station. CCGT needs around 50 long term staff max (and no materials handlers!) hence not a great prospect for employment for most. For example the gas plant they were looking at on the old Kellingley site was to have around 35 long term employees. I very much doubt Ferrybridge C will open again - from what I know a lot of the insides were stripped and went to keep other stations running. Coal stocks allegedly going to Drax. It wasn't put on care and maintenance so the chances of it running again are slim. Never say never though! Where there's muck theirs brass eh! And as you know the power industry can be a license to print money. Best of luck all - I don't trade these however have a keen interest in the local area (not Cas though, it's a dump! :) )
beeks of arabia
07/2/2018
08:12
Beeks Will it go or just convert? Did you know plans are in to open Ferrybridge again? Tiger
castleford tiger
05/2/2018
18:02
Hargreaves (or Norec as they were) used to have a big presence at Eggborough Power station which is now to close in September. I don’t know how many they have these days, I know they lost the security contract there to Mitie a few years ago. Corporate wise probably a drop in the ocean. Sad to see the demise of the power industry in this area.
beeks of arabia
31/1/2018
12:19
Hope management not going to buy any more coal mines. how is this earth shifting/groundworks business getting on?
meijiman
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