Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Harvey Nash Grp LSE:HVN London Ordinary Share GB0006573546 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.875p +4.16% 72.00p 72.00p 74.75p 74.00p 70.00p 70.00p 351,476.00 16:29:51
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 676.5 9.1 -10.5 - 52.88

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/4/2017
14:42
UK & Ireland business reported a GOOD performance, winning market share in a softer trading environment. Winning market share bodes well for an upturn in recruitment. And what more can you do if the market is weak? Well-anticipated effects on hiring are hardly a surprise. The USA had that write-off due to internal controls and a client going bust. The former can be laid at the management's door, but not the latter. Clearly there was a problem also in Hong Kong, the details and extent of which were not disclosed, but that office is now closing, so that is history. Of course, if there had been excellent growth and a high WIP, we would be getting more complaints about a stretched balance sheet. Sometimes you cannot win...
edmundshaw
27/4/2017
12:55
It says something. It doesn't day everything though. For example it doesn't mention the £14m loss which is no longer applicable from previous discontinued operations. Put the 2 together and you have a company which has returned to profit. An improvement and positive transition in my eyes.
thorpematt
27/4/2017
12:00
Lower profit from continuing operations Says it all really Am exiting
phillis
27/4/2017
12:00
Lower profit from continuing operations Says it all really Am exiting
phillis
27/4/2017
08:49
There's a positive note on HVN out this morning from Panmure Gordon. The move to AIM should bring in plenty of IHT investors. Perfect for them. Market cap £50m and yield around 6%.
galeforce1
27/4/2017
08:41
Strong buying this morning, much of it on AT type trades which suggests institutions see it the same way edmundshaw
gleach23
27/4/2017
08:29
More importantly, earnings are good and the year has started well. And we've had nearly 4 months of it - virtually a positive trading statement on top of the solid performance and good cashflow.
edmundshaw
27/4/2017
08:05
Fresh management needed. Company going nowhere
zoolook
27/4/2017
07:27
Moving from the main market to AIM to enhance prospects, didn't see that one coming!
cwa1
16/4/2017
17:43
Thank you dangers
gswredland
13/4/2017
17:09
27th April
dangersimpson2
13/4/2017
17:04
Do we know when results are due guys?
gswredland
13/4/2017
16:11
Recruiter Hays (HAS) impressed with a record quarterly net fee performance in the three months to the end of March, and anticipated full year profits to hit the top range of market expectations. Added back shares sold around 75p.
edmundshaw
13/4/2017
14:24
Well DBAY have bought these aggressively since the Trading Update of 3rd Mar - 2 RNSs have indicated they have gone from a NIL holding to 17% with the most recent related to an increase of 4.5m shares bought @ 72p on 24th Mar. I would imagine they might be interested in buying more sub-70p. Regardless, I have just topped up with a few more. Perhaps the price is being worked down for DBAY?
gleach23
13/4/2017
12:23
Yes! I could write an essay on this chart pattern we are seeing here. In almopst all cases this is a gretaplace to top up or buy in BUT for many it's an area which they sell into to.
thorpematt
12/4/2017
20:48
agree NTV - I like to top up in these periods of drift - did so earlier and will do so again if it drops - I'll feel lucky if I get any in the 63/64 area ;)
gleach23
12/4/2017
17:40
a top up op coming as share price drifts as we approach final results 63/64p area?
ntv
29/3/2017
20:28
Yes, DBAY are snapping up a big holding. It's going to put them in play, I think. Was thinking of selling out, but I think its better keeping on board for now.
topvest
29/3/2017
16:31
had a limit in for some at 76p. they were snapped up. DBAY appear to be building a sizeable stake
keevo
28/3/2017
18:10
Cheers GP...let's hope they keep building their stake!
gleach23
28/3/2017
17:20
DBAY over 17% now.
gingerplant
27/3/2017
16:47
NTV Creston was at 70p when they made their bid at £1.25 + a 1.4 divi pr share. Different companies though - and like i said, it will never happen anyway.
heapos
27/3/2017
16:34
Heapos i think 80p take out price as there are are of long term holders that would glad to cash in so going for 10% premium on the last large trade at 72p just got to be patient and enjoy the large dividend
ntv
27/3/2017
08:58
NTV - so assuming that they are intending to build a stake and then make a bid (which will never happen in my opinion) you are suggesting that the top price they would pay is 80p..4p more than current price?
heapos
25/3/2017
14:00
If it was the case, they'd have to build a stake first? They were invested in Creston for 2 years before making a bid. They only appeared on the scene here this month with an 11% stake that has potentially increased to 16%?
gleach23
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