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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Helical Plc LSE:HLCL London Ordinary Share GB00B0FYMT95 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.50 -0.83% 418.50 422.50 427.00 437.00 423.00 436.50 23,973 16:35:05
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 44.4 43.0 32.3 13.0 502

Helical Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
05/11/2007
16:38
robbi burns of naked trader fame has just gone short on this.. He seems to have an uncanny knack of knowing certain things most do not. will watch with interest.
insideryou
03/11/2007
07:01
great tradng company ' shares allways bounces back ' looks like excellent set of results out this month
sarscars
07/6/2007
12:11
some interesting thoughts http://www.market-insider.net/
maiseymouse
27/8/2005
22:49
Short, short, and short again. Greetings
5bertie
21/12/2004
15:50
Doing very well. Dirctors bought £350k of shares recently...although they'll be getting £130k straight back in the cash return, along with everyone else. Anyone know more about this comment in The Guardian 18/12/04?.... Helical Bar gained 25p to £10.95 on trader talk that the property company has unearthed a further £40m of cash which it can return to shareholders. Last month Helical put flesh on the bones of its cash return plans saying it would hand back up to £111m and launch a share reorganisation, granting five new ordinary shares for every eight existing shares held by investors.
charlie
09/5/2003
13:46
Good fun, this bungee jumping :-) Sure is bouncing sharply today.
m.t.glass
06/3/2003
11:33
Helical spiralling down now..
m.t.glass
05/3/2003
16:10
Dropped through its 640p support level today. Next serious support not until 545p. Anyone else short? I remember them from way back when they did what their name says - they supplied twisted steel rod for reinforcing concrete. Before they turned to property. Strange the way companies who needn't change their names do so, and those who should don't. A medium sized (£187m) property development and investment company.... operates across all fields of the UK real estate market... has two business streams: It is one of the largest developers of office and retail space in the UK... also actively manages a substantial investment portfolio of commercial properties... turned itself into a property company in 1984, when Michael Slade, the now managing director joined the company... McNair Scott joined as Finance Director a year later. Has proved to be a very good investment at times since then. I have held some myself, and may well do so again some day. But not immune to market forces; the share price is now back to where it was in May 1998, and falling. (EDIT: Share price found a firm floor a few weeks after this thread started, marking an end to that shorting opportunity) FUNDAMENTALS
m.t.glass
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