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
  +0.30p +0.34% 88.30p 87.00p 89.60p - - - 30,000 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 784.3 8.5 8.2 10.7 64.86

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Harvey Nash Grp Daily Update: Harvey Nash Grp is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HVN. The last closing price for Harvey Nash Grp was 88p.
Harvey Nash Grp has a 4 week average price of 83p and a 12 week average price of 76p.
The 1 year high share price is 103.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 60p.
There are currently 73,450,393 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 493,196 shares. The market capitalisation of Harvey Nash Grp is £64,856,697.02.
davidosh: Lightning can strike twice and it is almost exactly one year ago for Creston shareholders... To facilitate the deal, Dbay, the Isle of Mam Isle of Man-based financial services authority, has created a new entity; RedWhiteBlue Digital Marketing Services with the agreed share price expected to be paid by Creston on 20 December. Alex Paiusco, CEO of DBAY said: "We have been significant investors in Creston for over two years and are excited about this opportunity to help develop the business, alongside its management team and employees, and to fulfil its potential. The Acquisition is the culmination of our progressive interest in Creston and we are very pleased to have reached agreement with the Independent Creston Directors on an attractive cash proposal for Creston Shareholders".
deeppockets: Ridiculous that these Directors are getting so many shares. The share price has done nothing for years yet they get paid a fortune - CEO and Ops Director need to be moved. Ben there too long!
davebowler: Zeus initial comment;  Valuation: The Group trades at notably lower multiples to its UK recruitment sector peer Group. An FY18 EV/EBITDA of 4.5x failing to 3.4x in FY19 represents a 45% discount. On an PER basis, the Group trades on 7.6x FY18 earnings, a 37% discount. Our blue-sky valuation assuming the Group can reach £17.5m 20.0m of EBIT implies a share price of 165-175p, a potential upside of >50% to current levels. We believe the shares offer a compelling entry point for a company with an established track record of performing across the cycle, a cash generative business model and a solid balance sheet
mongrels3: Seems like a pretty positive AGM statement this morning. Also, good that they are addressing the central overhead level. If HVN can start to leverage better profitability from their strong turnover, the share price ought to respond positively. I wonder if DBAY has had any influence yet? It seems like they might.
dangersimpson2: They definitely have form for building up a large stake in an unloved company and then making an offer. See Creston. When they have the large stake I would imagine they would approach management about changes they would like to see, e.g. better cost control, lower management pay, improved strategy. If they engage and the business performs better they get their return through dividends & share price appreciation. If they management refuse to implement their suggestions then they make a takeover offer for the whole of the share capital and manage the business directly. As long as the business is sufficiently undervalued and responsive to change then they get a good return either way.
dangersimpson2: You have to be careful about direct comparison of margins since the different companies have different mix of permanent, contract & outsource revenue. Companies that most do permanent recruitment tend to have higher margins and therefore ratings. I'm not sure this is totally logical because one of the benefits of HVN is the balanced mix of the three revenue streams. HVN has always traded steadily in different market conditions due to this mix where as a high margin permanent recruiter will face losses in a recession. I view HVN a bit like an option - if someone like DBAY can come in and significantly improve margins then the share price will take off. If they muddle through as before the stability of their three income streams will provide downside protection, the share price won't do much but you get the income to re-invest elsewhere.
ntv: a top up op coming as share price drifts as we approach final results 63/64p area?
edmundshaw: At least 7 years in fact speed, (I have held these in varying amounts for approaching 9 years, my own records don't go back more than 8.5 years on dividends). Full year dividend was 1.9p in 2008 when the share price was around 40p.
abcurtis: Weak management/low share price/high divi/generates cash. Sounds like a target for a different recruiter to me,
jimmywilson612: We are in a nasty downward spiral but I don't think HVN is fundamental a bad business - I am a holder and will continue to hold. The past year not many recruitment firms have done well. HVN - Year low (72p) Current price (72) HAYS - Year low (112.9) Current price (125) MPI - Year low (364.6) Current price (377.70) MTEC - Year low (420) Current price (440) STHR - Year low (290) Current price (300) I disagree with Zoo that recruitment is easy and least costly to set up - many people try and fail with recruitment - I work in the industry - I know how tough it is right now. Dividend yield is now nearly 5% so I think that is fine. Harvey is going to report alot of write offs with recent disposal's of non-core business interests and this in my opinion is driving the share price down but it is the right thing to do to concentrate on their core business and look to increase profitability/margin in key areas. Less is more. Most of HVN profit is from Europe - currency has been against them in the past few years but hopefully this year we will see a benefit from these natural swings.
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