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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
  -7.50p -2.01% 366.50p 368.00p 369.50p 373.00p 361.50p 373.00p 219,176 16:35:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 44.2 43.5 35.8 10.2 433.00

Helical Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/7/2016
12:43
swanning up
dadedidodu
13/7/2016
18:27
Thanks Hpcg. I must try harder to keep up.......
cousin jack
13/7/2016
17:10
No, its a happy face from those who bought in recently and have seen a decent price rise, or in badtime's case actual realised profits.
hpcg
13/7/2016
17:08
Would someone please explain to an old timer what :) means ! I assume it's a negative view of the company at the current price. And certainly the London focus may be a concern relative to similar companies with greater activity outside London. However I think Speedsgh has flagged up an interesting approach via the bonds.
cousin jack
12/7/2016
21:47
HP......also :) but i am out at 264
badtime
12/7/2016
17:38
Have taken the alternative route to exposure to Helical + picked up some of the 6% 2020 bonds (HB20) at 101.5p today. Will hopefully provide a steady income over next 4yrs.
speedsgh
12/7/2016
16:57
I realise this doesn't add any new information but :)
hpcg
09/7/2016
09:03
Have known HLCL since the early 90's, this is a highly astute BOD. Attempting to call an exact low is exceptionally difficult, if wider markets plunge we could possibly trade under £2 for a time. I would be far more confident in the longer term outlook, this looks a decent multi year buy and hold to me - all just imv only.
essentialinvestor
09/7/2016
08:33
Essentialinvestor, Yes thanks, but did you see that the poor chap bought stock just before the referendum result at 399.5 on the 26th of June, still he must have had a lot of confidence at that level ? I think there is a line of stock being sold right now at around 230, hence no bounce yesterday but quite good volume. If so once it clears I hope for a better price.
bolador
08/7/2016
15:12
Non Exec just bought shares bolador, as you may have seen.
essentialinvestor
07/7/2016
17:26
March NAV 461p closing share price today 235p ! Falling knife or rubber ball ?
bolador
01/7/2016
12:45
SNIP? nav over GBP400.Brexit induced share price crash opportunity ?Unusual 25% discount to nav.Skilled people in charge here, one example, out of old retail properties into modern distribution centre warehouses plan completed. Any useful information gratefully received.
bolador
12/11/2015
14:33
Anybody following this company? Looks good on paper and increasing assets and rent roll with decent amount of cashflow
andy mack
16/7/2014
12:54
Will be interesting to see if 370-80 provides any resistance now...
thomcooper
16/7/2014
12:52
Well, it sank...
thomcooper
24/6/2014
19:08
Seems to be quite a lot of resistance / support around the current price. Will be interesting to see whether it bounces again, or sinks through it.
thomcooper
17/6/2014
11:51
Back near May lows. Will it push through or bounce?... I remain short.
thomcooper
16/6/2014
11:12
As previously posted I would not pay that premium to NAV, just imv.
essentialinvestor
16/6/2014
11:06
It doesn't matter what class it is. Commercial property is going to have a flood of supply over the coming year & current prices have skyrocketed in a speculative manner.
thomcooper
15/6/2014
14:10
This is commercial property, not residential. I think we all appreciate the market is cyclical.
essentialinvestor
11/6/2014
11:39
Really! What if all these Chinese investors parking cash start moving it back home as their currency starts appreciating (as the Chinese government have said they're going to do - & need to do to transition to a more stable & self supporting economy). What happens to all the mortgages when interest rates start to climb to counter the inflation that the above will cause? Just because london prices have been bolstered by foreign safe haven investing, doesn't mean that prices are infallable. My hairdresser was explaining to me the other day how she was going to buy a flat, save up for another & then rent it out, then buy another...so she can retire. Might have another years worth of boom yet though.
thomcooper
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