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
  +1.00p +0.29% 340.50p 335.00p 346.00p - - - 28,954 16:35:15
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 342.9 4.1 16.1 21.1 108.93

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02/10/2015
14:48
Sometimes its good to talk to yourself -mumble mumble. I note its the AGM on the 7th -hopefully there will be a bit of an update. Had rather forgotten who owned Teesport -some Canadian outfit. Think SSI is very bad news for them. Was owned by Powell Duffryn but that's some years ago now.
meijiman
02/10/2015
14:10
I note that SSI UK has gone into administration. Think this was expected -even so its very bad news.
meijiman
24/9/2015
20:39
20p XD today so stock actually up after allowing for that
cc2014
21/9/2015
13:09
Yes, this is very close to a key point on the chart. I looked at the recent presentation over the weekend, which persuaded me to be more generous with my stop. edit, chart added 11:44 22/09/2015. Would be nice if it could stay above 350
bamboo2
21/9/2015
13:06
If it holds here it creates a nice uptrend channel for the bots to trade
cc2014
17/9/2015
13:48
I'm doing my best to ignore fundamentals and to just trade the chart pattern. Hope not to be here too long!
bamboo2
17/9/2015
13:46
Very difficult to figure this one out. Cash position is better than many feared -may allay concerns over dividend cut?
meijiman
17/9/2015
13:33
This is one crazy share. Glad to have sold a third of mine for a small profit. Need another 10p or so for breakeven on the rest
cc2014
16/9/2015
17:53
Rounding Bottom confirmed e
bamboo2
11/9/2015
13:14
So no bid talk then - just ramping?
cc2014
11/9/2015
08:05
oil price weak tho which is not good
dlku
11/9/2015
07:57
oil price weak tho which is not good for a bidder
dlku
10/9/2015
21:23
Why the bid talk? Where's it coming from? or are we just hypothesing on here?
cc2014
10/9/2015
21:10
looketh cheap ------ the firm’s business is valued at just 4 times trailing earnings
dlku
10/9/2015
21:02
bid bid bid £6 i hope
dlku
10/9/2015
15:29
Well someone like this. Rising strongly again on a very red day
cc2014
10/9/2015
09:07
I think you need a global perspective here. No commodity price goes down for ever. The pain becomes so acute for the producers that they start closing capacity and eventually supply/demand comes more into balance. Where there is a better balance between supply and demand eg anthracite prices have held up fairly well. Three months ago the iron ore prognosis was dire -I read this morning that prices have 'surged' to a 10 week high. You may to be too gloomy on China -this morning there is news of stimulus measures. This should help underpin met coal prices. There has been a lot of consolidation news in the USA as the weaker companies have exited/sold out. The new owners will not run the mines at a loss. From a UK perspective it does look exceedingly gloomy and I would be very critical of the various measures which have led to the closure of coal fired capacity in the UK. My main concern is the tide of legislation which will gradually phase out thermal coal as a power source.
meijiman
09/9/2015
17:38
"if coal prices pick up"? And what do you think will trigger this? Drax currently running its 3 units at a loss, Ferrybridge and Eggborough both shutting so buying no more coal. Cottam running at a loss. Gas and oil at multi-year lows. American coal dirt cheap and flooding the market. China commodities slowing. Where do you see this tick up coming from?
beeks of arabia
09/9/2015
15:42
Hmm-you mean RWE? Doubt it myself -but one can always hope. It's probably not badly managed but in the wrong industry. They should do more to leverage what they have especially the landbank. Still if coal prices pick up the numbers should improve.
meijiman
09/9/2015
15:11
Drax or Centrica or Deutsche power or a hedge fund would buy it
dlku
09/9/2015
15:10
Probably more that coal fired power is not dead. Who would want to buy this -I can't think of any names. Can anyone? Some think the commodity cycle has bottomed so even coal prices may be due a rise.
meijiman
09/9/2015
15:08
would be very nice to have an offer at 500p
dlku
09/9/2015
15:02
bid talks i suspect
dlku
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