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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Havelock Europa LSE:HVE London Ordinary Share GB0004149356 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.30 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 53.2 -5.9 -17.8 - 1

Havelock Europa Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/9/2017
15:18
Breaking News neverforget...a trade...1000 sell @ 9.8p. Hope you're satisfied now ;)
gleach23
05/9/2017
12:23
No trades no trades no point.
neverforget
04/9/2017
17:57
Pity us shareholders never get to hear. https://mobile.twitter.com/havelockeuropa?lang=en
neverforget
03/9/2017
20:58
Agreed, should be taken private
jbarker5555
03/9/2017
12:11
Really is 50g shares traded per week a reason to remain listed with all the associated listing costs?
neverforget
24/8/2017
15:02
Nice 50k buy this morning on NEX. Could do with a few more of them in the run up to the Sept interims.
gleach23
22/8/2017
13:09
This is 1 dull share
neverforget
22/8/2017
10:10
Who remembers the BMW showroom that EP turned down because it wasn't what Havelock did?
neverforget
21/8/2017
12:14
And the statement I posted was mubl and look at how it has risen today so selling not always a bad thing
neverforget
21/8/2017
08:26
That's all very well but don't you think that time should be given to deliver value? Although you could say that nearly 8 years have passed since the height of the financial crisis and no value has been added. You could even say from a bank support perspective that this is even riskier as the amount owed to the banks is significantly less, therefore they have less to lose.
horridharry
21/8/2017
06:28
From one of my holdings, isn't this what Hve should be doing? The Group is a relatively small business and as such it is possible for investment in future performance or operating challenges to have a disproportionate effect on our short term financial performance. We are also sensitive to the costs of maintaining an AIM listing and these costs have a sizeable impact on the costs of administering the Group. These factors were taken into account as part of the strategic review and were relevant in reaching the conclusion that shareholder value should be maximised through a sale of the Group's trading businesses.
neverforget
20/8/2017
12:41
TT2 and you could say that Ramsey thought he was a law until himself expensing taxi rides from company meals for other people. Simple fact is that people stopped performing Ramsey included. Some people went maybe some more are to go one thing I can judge on is Peter mcallister is superb.
horridharry
19/8/2017
13:20
tonto12 Gillespie has ruled a department that has 75% failure in meeting estimated design hour targets. Put his own son in a supervisory roll ahead of better qualified employees. Thats called nepotism. Wallace department director of purchasing, became surplus to requirements moved to estimating director and became an even bigger failure. Director of retail and leisure gets forced out of the door or leaves and they appoint someone who has less of a clue than she did as a temp replacement. They appointed Barry Perkins someone who Knows the business has a proven track record a new face. Goodoldays is correct Havelock need new blood. Or as or as Private Frazer would say were all DOOOOMED.
truthful tommy2
18/8/2017
22:33
Goodoldays, as you appear to be in the know, what perceived failure were the three people you mention personally responsible for, other than your very clear ageism view, which is illegal and perceived as rather out of date thinking by most sensible people, generally age provides knowledge and experience and in some cases respect, other than in your case of course! Since you brought it up it is also worth remembering that dads army played a significant and strategic part in helping us win the war!!!
tonto12
17/8/2017
08:03
And you should post. But please post relevant information rather than information which is outdated. Personally I appreciate both good and bad.
neverforget
17/8/2017
05:31
Tonto12, there are many ex employees that want to see Havelock succeed, of which I am one. True I sold my shares last year, but like many others if we could see positive changes within the company, we would re invest. So do not tell me to get off this site because I no longer have shares. The company has a new Chairman whom I fully endorse. My point is that there is now a new web site which should showcase "New Havelock" why put photos of employees in there that have been linked to the perceived failures of "Old Havelock" if photos are to be used they should portray a younge, vibrant, energetic group of people who will take this company forward, why do we showcase now? Dads Army!!!!
goodoldays
17/8/2017
04:26
They have just completed the LFC store which quite frankly looks amazing. Education is certainly picking up and from what I hear they are moving away from their current bankers to ones that are more flexible. Moving out of Havelock House, no longer unaffordable grandiose. Looking to save around 1m per year. If they get the basics right then this should be making north of 1.5m in 2018. But then it is havelock and as we have seen should is such a difficult word. 🤢🙀
horridharry
16/8/2017
12:52
Design part of the business seems to be winning new work. Expect update in interim results in late Sept
neverforget
16/8/2017
11:17
Seems to be a big focus. Heard that new sales team in place to focus on England. And we know Ramsey didn't do much there
neverforget
16/8/2017
07:33
We got rid of all our experienced education area sales managers in England. I don't think any of the new ones we have in England have ever sold Educational furniture before or much since.
savvysurveyor
16/8/2017
06:50
It's no surprise that the company is focusing so much on Education, British Thornton not delivering and a strapping opportunity within England. Historically they have never taken these opportunities I wonder if they have the structure to do so now?
horridharry
15/8/2017
21:42
Goodoldays, you posted on the 14/06/2017 that you had flogged the last of your Havelock shares at a stonking loss last year, are you another ex employee with an axe to grind and nothing constructive to add to a site for active shareholders, why are you still here? Why don't you follow your shares!
tonto12
15/8/2017
06:15
First time I'm seeing this. Anyone else seen it? havelockeuropa.blob.core.windows.net/media-manager/12184?sv=2015-12-11&sr=b&sig=%2FApDZiZIn2YYR9shk7WWXTguK1i99xFoDA631AXJvNQ%3D&;se=2017-08-16T06%3A10%3A09Z&sp=r
neverforget
15/8/2017
06:07
Don't know where you are looking www.havelockeuropa.com/people
neverforget
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