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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Haynes Publishing Group Plc LSE:HYNS London Ordinary Share GB0004160833 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 226.00p 224.00p 228.00p 226.00p 226.00p 226.00p 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 33.8 3.6 9.9 22.8 15.00

Haynes Publishing Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/6/2019
08:29
Yes , only need another 5 or so statements like that and we will be back to 2005 highs...
wad collector
04/6/2019
08:12
Fast out of the traps with that well ahead statement.
balcony
04/6/2019
07:55
If only all my holdings could produce statements like this... "The strong trading performance in the first half of the year has continued during the second six months and the Board expects adjusted profit before tax for the 12 months to 31 May 2019 to exceed current market expectations by c.10% and finish ahead of the prior year by c. 24%."
gleach23
07/3/2019
12:52
Chart looking promising here for a next leg up?
gleach23
14/2/2019
19:04
Mr Haynes was a legend. RIP. He made his mark on the world that's for sure. His legacy , other than Haynes itself, is the Haynes Motor Museum which he leaves for future generations to enjoy.
topvest
13/2/2019
17:35
Aye 80 years old, not a bad innings I guess, but still sad all the same.
freddie ferret
13/2/2019
16:46
Death of the founder John Haynes today. I suspect none of his holdings will reach the market as there will be IHT avoidance measures in place for the rest of his estate.
wad collector
04/2/2019
12:48
Yes very interested - thank you very much. The Haynes section was much as I expected - but I found the D4T4 section extremely useful. thanks once again
illiswilgig
03/2/2019
11:47
If anyone is interested - link below to a podcast on the Cube Investments website where I discuss Haynes amongst other some stocks in the same / similar sector. https://cube.investments/cube-podcast-9-simons-research-driven-investment-strategy/
norbert colon
31/1/2019
12:20
In-depth research on Haynes from a shareholder (paid access): hTTps://cube.investments/haynes-publishing-group-hyns-nostalgic-publisher-to-data-duopoly-1-3/
rndm355
28/1/2019
20:28
Good results and pleased with "the transition of Haynes continues to gather momentum and we enter the second half of the year with a clear strategic vision for delivering sustainable revenue and profit growth".
rp19
28/1/2019
16:08
I think being up 6% on 3 trades totalling 6500 shares illustrates just how few shares there are available. Let's hope 200 provides little resistance. Edit - oh, and as if by magic...
gleach23
24/1/2019
14:58
https://www.thebookseller.com/news/haynes-profit-soars-23-digital-growth-937371
norbert colon
24/1/2019
09:08
Good to see a positive looking set of interims. A gentle rise to £4 over the next decade to take me into the blue? Interesting comment on the pension situation at the end. - Headline revenue growth up 7% on last year at GBP18.3 million (2017: GBP17.1 million as restated). -- YoY digital revenue up 23% at GBP9.7 million (2017: GBP7.9 million as restated) representing 53% of overall Group revenue (2017: 46%). -- Higher revenues have driven adjusted EBITDA up 15% to GBP6.3 million (2017: GBP5.5 million as restated). -- UK & European revenue up 15% YoY; segmental operating profit up 32% at GBP2.5 million (2017: GBP1.9 million as restated). -- Like-for-like North America & Australian revenue down 4% YoY; segmental operating profit held at GBP0.4 million (2017: GBP0.4 million). -- GBP4.4 million investment in new content, datasets and delivery platforms, up 7% (2017: GBP4.1 million). -- UK defined benefit scheme closed to future accrual on 30 November 2018.
wad collector
23/11/2018
12:16
Haynes is not alone in having a pension deficit and whilst it is quite large when compared to the mcap, I don't see it as unmanageable and will correct itself as bond yields rise. Equally why do the treasury shares concern you?The A and B share classes are not ideal as the Haynes family have ultimate control but this has its pro's and con's and I feel the Haynes family act in the best interest of the business.With EPS of 16.4p forecast for FY2019 and with net cash of £2.5m they are on a net cash adjusted PE of only 10.Not sure where you got 20 from?Lots of new contracts being signed for their professional business (HaynesPro / E3 / OATS) Happy shareholder!
norbert colon
23/11/2018
11:32
Sells at 168p, well below thd bid. All characteristics of a large drop to come. Support at 100p?
jeevsje
22/11/2018
07:34
Anyone know what happens to treasury shares in the event of a takeover does the acquirer have to pay for the treasury shares aswell ? not expecting a Haynes takeover, but was just wondering
spob
22/11/2018
04:56
the pension deficit puts me off and also the 9m family held A shares and also the shares held in treasury when you do the sums properly, the true pe ratio is around 20 which is too much
spob
20/9/2018
11:46
Come and meet the management team:https://www.sharesoc.org/events/sharesoc-growth-company-seminar-in-london-10-october-2018/
norbert colon
08/9/2018
21:51
£20m pension deficit....
dan_the_epic
06/9/2018
10:48
I don't think the sell pressure is hugh and hope it doesn't fall that much. My stop loss will kick in if it goes another 10% down. Regret topping up a month ago thinking the results would make me a few pennies.
sabzahmed
06/9/2018
10:36
I can see this moving to low 100s in the next few weeks. Huge selling pressure here.
likitorma
06/9/2018
05:27
After disposing most of its assets. Haynes management indicates the company is focused on more expansion, a code word for negative free cash flow. http://bit.ly/2oKitnd
walbrock82
05/9/2018
22:57
https://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/tips-ideas/2018/09/05/haynes-lifts-digital-revenues/The challenges faced in relation to automotive print manuals in Haynes' consumer markets may have contributed to the shares' dip on results day. But, at 205p, Haynes trades on a PEG ratio of just 0.89 (using Panmure Gordon's EPS figure for 2018, and two-year forecast CAGR to FY2020). We think the shares still represent good value. Buy.  
norbert colon
05/9/2018
12:06
Like for like revenue is flat comparing Q1 2018/19 to prior year.
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