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
  -7.00 -1.63% 423.00 416.00 430.00 430.00 418.00 430.00 10,831 15:43:44
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 33.8 3.6 9.9 42.7 29

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29/9/2010
10:21
there's a big buyer around-200k bought today 260p despite the share going ex dividend and a similiar purchase yesterday. regards
rainmaker
29/9/2010
07:29
XD 9.3p today.
wad collector
02/9/2010
11:54
Waste it probably.
wad collector
26/8/2010
07:47
Pretty strong results when you look past the initial numbers. Higher operating profit and cashflow. (The company looks very cheap to operating cashflows.) Shareholders funds rose £1.6m despite a £3.6m increase in the pensions deficit. Earnings held up despite higher tax, reduced exchange effects and lowered interest income on its rising cash pile. The company is sat on around 50p per share of cash, and rising. What will they do with it?
aleman
14/7/2010
17:29
Lost its recovery a bit recently, wonder what next months results will say.
wad collector
20/4/2010
09:48
Looked steady rather than spectacular which is fine.
aleman
19/4/2010
21:21
Vaguely positive interim statement today ;sp. unchanged at 257 on no volume.
wad collector
10/3/2010
16:43
Went ex-dividend today.
aleman
29/1/2010
17:40
Might have to hold indefinitely to get back to my 2003 starting price!
wad collector
28/1/2010
20:34
Nice undervalued "family" company this. Vivid looked a solid deal, and opens up new possibilities for a move on-line. This company will still be making good profits in 10 years time, provided they stick to their niche businesses. Happy to hold indefinitely.
topvest
28/1/2010
12:21
Don't forget they're already sat on £3m cash. The pension deficit is not an issue at the moment. With strong cash generation and net cash on the balance sheet, these should be trading in the 250-300p range for a 2010 p/e of around 9 and a yield of around 6%. The chart strongly suggests 300p+ will be regained but that looks a little ambitious for now unless the stockmarket improves a bit generally or there is some sign of further modest improvement in Haynes' markets.
aleman
28/1/2010
12:05
Added a few more first thing. Not too worried by the pension deficit -as Aleman said it's because their discount rate for the liabiliies has dropped by 0.9%. All it takes is a few signs of inflation or more concern about the UK deficit and long-term gilt yields could reverse that fall very quickly. Also, with free cash flow of 6mm, an extra 1mm contribution a year after the next triennial valuation wouldn't be a huge problem. Even with the final dividend being rebalanced, total dividends should be 16p giving a yield of 7% and this performance is with a really lousy book market in the US.
wjccghcc
28/1/2010
11:48
The pension deficit is a bit of a worry , not sure the gap will close next time if the stock market recovery stalls.But the market seems to like it , up 5% now.
wad collector
28/1/2010
11:36
Very good results. Excellent cash generation and some mixed signs of improvement in markets. Shame about the pension deficit but the recent trend looks to be asset values rising while longer interest rates seem to be creeping in the right direction as well so, hopefully, the deficit could decrease a touch for next time. It doesn't look uncomfortable with the rising net cash on the balance sheet, anyway. What will they do with the increasing cash?
aleman
01/10/2009
20:40
Haynes are doing well in a difficult market. Looking a solid company in these difficult times.
topvest
01/10/2009
10:23
Any opinions on the IMS? Looks like treading water as progress in Europe is balanced by further US weakness. Will need the US to turn to make further progress but worth holding in the meanwhile as good cashflow should continue to strengthen the balance sheet and fund a nice dividend.
aleman
24/9/2009
19:45
I have held this share for many years through thick and thin and believe that it is well run company with a highly competent management team. J H Haynes the founder owns nearly 11% of the company having spent over £500K buying additional shares between August last year and March this year. The shares go ex-dividend on 30th September 2009 paying out 11.5p on 29th October. At the beginning of 2008 they bought the Dutch 'Vivid' operation that produces technical information for a range of more than 6,500 European and Asian vehicles including heavy trucks. This seems to have been an exceptionally good move for the company who also provide this information in multiple languages on DVD'.
investoree
24/9/2009
15:44
Blue in a sea of red today, bodes well.
wad collector
22/9/2009
20:21
yes, be good to have some debate about their online potential following their recent acquisition. I'm incredibly impressed as to how they have paid off all the debt associated with the acquisitions already. The strategic options looks good imo. Very pleased with my decision to buy some of these a year ago.
topvest
22/9/2009
19:50
Just checking and there are some familiar names are fellow shareholders. Good Company. regards
rainmaker
14/9/2009
06:01
ok, cheers
carpingtris
13/9/2009
17:59
9mm A shares make market cap 39mm.
wjccghcc
13/9/2009
14:45
Is the Mcap £17.28m correct? so this company is making £7m profit a year and only valued at £17.28m and pays a divi? seems ridiculusly cheap? am i missing something?
carpingtris
10/9/2009
19:56
H2 results were brilliant, given the economic environment. On a P/E ratio of 6 before today!
topvest
10/9/2009
13:04
That was probably me buying a chunk back. I thought the H2 results were very good. Company now back in a net cash position and on a PE of 6.7 and a yield of 8% (before the rise) and reasonably positive about the current year.
wjccghcc
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