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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
  0.00 0.0% 685.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 36.2 1.9 9.4 72.9 47

Haynes Publishing Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/1/2020
11:15
All buys this am back up to 430. Hopefully NC is right; always good to see share price rise ahead of results.
wad collector
24/1/2020
20:41
Half Year results next week. Trading update from Dec confirmed adj PBT was up 37% from same period last year. Very strong growth and hopefully the outlook will be equally good for the rest of the year. 24.4p EPS f/c for the FY but I would hope to see the high 20's.
norbert colon
15/1/2020
14:05
Results also due Thu 30th Jan which will show further operational progress, give an insight into the FY outlook and perhaps provide an update on that FSP.
norbert colon
14/1/2020
22:55
Patience Wad C! I've been a holder here since 2002 .Realistically its going to take several months,the business is improving in the meantime, so all to the good.
e43
14/1/2020
18:30
Completely missed this one, congrats folks.
essentialinvestor
14/1/2020
18:27
Maybe the buyers are not queuing up.
wad collector
06/1/2020
14:00
Tyou N Colon, you're sleuthing as impressive as ever!looking forward to the intrims at end of month.
e43
05/1/2020
11:38
It's worth reading this (albeit 3 yrs old) concerning the Takeover Code and the differences / dispensations that apply to a FSP as is the case at Haynes. An RNS would be issued if an offer was made made in any form. https://www.charlesrussellspeechlys.com/en/news-and-insights/insights/corporate/2016/takeover-code-formal-sale-processes/
norbert colon
05/1/2020
04:15
N Colon or Other, whats your understanding of the timing of any RNS announcement regarding potential bidders i.e would it take a formal offer to trigger an announcement, or would they have to release an RNS stating they're in negotiations that may lead to a formal offer?
e43
10/12/2019
14:34
NeilC, why do you think we are 1. Gentle and 2.Men ? But some interesting thoughts .
wad collector
10/12/2019
12:08
Neil,sounds like you've sold your shareholding
e43
07/12/2019
02:28
Gents, The Group's been packaging the company for sale for the last several years. To be clear, the "man behind the curtain" at Haynes is Mr. Eddie Bell who's been critical and instrumental in propping up the lackluster legacy executive management team, including J Haynes as CEO, and Board since the departure of their longtime CEO, Mr. Eric Oakley, in FYE 2016. Absent Mr. Bell's guidance and decision making, this company would have been a rudderless ship lacking professional management and crashing against the rocks. The consumer business has been in a major state of decline dating back to FYE 2004 propped up by price increases, and as of late, cutting legacy employment costs and operating costs in the US. The US business, which was the driver of dividends and cashflow is now generating revenue and unit volumes not seen since FYE 1989, yes 1989, and is now down to a HC of 11. The Group balance sheet is burdened with millions of capitalized intangibles from capitalized editorial production costs, and their ill fated, poorly timed and implemented consumer digital program, which failed miserably, has left millions more of unamortized development costs in the balance sheet as well. The UK manual and HBD book division business has not been profitable for over a decade. The UK business is burdened with a massive unfunded pension liability - the dollars have been flowing to shareholders instead of the pension fund of employees. Asset sales from the US restructuring totaling about $10M have been transferred to the UK to prop up the UK business and management team. The funds paid off the UK's maxed out credit line, and funded the Oats and E3 acquisitions. The UK management team has all but abandoned the largest market in the world, the US. Oats is barely profitable, and the UK numbers are being propped up by the profits and cashflow of E3, and continued US cost cutting. E3 business model can be easily duplicated by Solera, who was forced to sell E3 to Haynes, and by the previous owners who sold to Solera (owners of Autodata). The real value in the business is in HaynesPro. A likly buyer is SnapOn (Eurpoean and Australian markets). The legacy consumer business will be off-loaded to someone such as Motor in the US, and HBD business sold off. YouTube and growth in online automotive networks, blogs, and retailers killed the consumer business, and the consumer database has little value in the professional markets. The US's largest retailers have dropped, or are in the process of dropping the Haynes line. Once Autozone joins the parade, US cashflow will go negative and there will be much in the way of write-offs of intangibles and inventory. Gentlemen, this will come out in the due diligence of any prospective buyer.
neilc5
06/12/2019
08:42
I do love a single line update with no excuses.(Reread it ; 2 lines!) £5 does not seem very far away now.
wad collector
06/12/2019
08:03
FY20 forecasts are for 39% increase in adj PBT yet today's update confirms 37% ahead by H1 so we are on for some further big earnings upgrades. Fantastic news.
norbert colon
06/12/2019
07:21
Awesome trading update which accelerates the sale process.
arregius
27/11/2019
18:56
Stancroft Trust and miton joining Us definitely see value here still
arregius
26/11/2019
17:25
Maybe but that was last week.
wad collector
26/11/2019
11:50
Bit of a plunge today , down 10% on no news I can see. Illiquidity?
wad collector
25/11/2019
08:54
That IC sell article suggested that an optimistic profit outlook was already priced in ; not incompatible with the earlier buy rec at 239p.
wad collector
23/11/2019
13:38
I believe the same
arregius
23/11/2019
13:35
It seems to me the odds are this will be sold at a premium. 600 is not unreasonable. Therefore, from here, I can't see any reason not to hold and accumulate.
starpukka
22/11/2019
12:12
https://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/comment/2019/11/21/thanks-for-the-memory/Sell from IC which I dont share. Holding all shares of course
arregius
18/11/2019
14:15
IC maintain their buy 'tip'https://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/tips-ideas/2019/11/15/haynes-up-for-sale/"Haynes' shares climbed by around 7 per cent on the morning of the announcement. They had already risen considerably since the group's full-year results to May were released in September, prompting broker upgrades. At 433p, we maintain our tip – pending updates on the sales process. Buy.Last IC View: Buy, 239p, 12 Sep 2019
norbert colon
15/11/2019
21:58
Some brief thoughts on valuation added here in the comments section:https://cube.investments/haynes-publishing-group-hyns-agm-report/
norbert colon
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