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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 685.00 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 36.20 1.87 9.40 72.9 47
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 685.00 GBX

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Posted at 27/1/2023 08:20 by Haynes Publishing Daily Update
Haynes Publishing Group Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HYNS. The last closing price for Haynes Publishing was 685p.
Haynes Publishing Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 0p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 6,851,540 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Haynes Publishing Group Plc is £46,933,049.
Posted at 14/4/2020 13:39 by investoree
Farewell HYNS you have served me well over the years and part of me is extremely sorry that we have now parted company. The sale by the management was timed superbly and I think that at the present time they are probably my only holding other than AZN, VLX and MPC that is still in profit - in fact well in profit with the proceeds received in my IWeb account today. It would be nice to find a similar safe home for the cash returned for my HYNS shares and not invest/gamble/lose it as I have done with many of my other sizeable holdings in AVG, AIEA, ZYT, SBRY, BT.A, VOD, LLOY, MARS, RDSB, etc etc! Good luck to all ex-HYNS in the future and may good luck and prosperity favour you all in the future. Kind regards Investoree.
Posted at 17/2/2020 10:47 by e43
Infopro know what they are doing spod,it may seem a full price ,but if one of there big US competitors had snapped up Haynes,it would cost them a great deal more in the longterm.
Posted at 16/2/2020 16:42 by spob
I actually think the total price being paid is insane when you inlude all of the A shares aswell.

I bet the Haynes directors are pinching themselves.

Posted at 16/2/2020 16:32 by spob
unbelievable price being paid for Haynes

well done if you held on

I never would have to be honest

Posted at 14/2/2020 15:38 by dice1950
Could this UK company be another takeover target?
Haynes Publishing Group (LSE:#HYNS) by Infropro Digital, a French company that has long admired Haynes’ strength in vehicle maintenance manuals.

Posted at 13/2/2020 16:41 by tiswas
Yep, great price only wish I held more.

Looking forward to what that Neil character has to say having slagged off the company in a post here a while back.

Posted at 13/2/2020 10:12 by balcony
Thats a fantastic price
Posted at 29/1/2020 11:44 by arregius
I was about to comment that. We already expect good results as per the rrading update, how do you think hyns could surprise us on?
Posted at 07/12/2019 02:28 by neilc5

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.

Posted at 29/10/2019 13:20 by norbert colon
I would actually prefer the price not to get overheated but 450p is around PE15 for this financial year to May 2020. The market valuation at 200p ish as noted in the Panmure note from Sep was just way out of step with reality and the price has just been playing catch up since then.If you look 2-3 years out the current price is still a single digit PE when earnings are likely to be growing at 20-25% p/a
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