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HILS Hill & Smith Plc

1,906.00
-10.00 (-0.52%)
Last Updated: 09:26:44
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hill & Smith Plc LSE:HILS London Ordinary Share GB0004270301 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -10.00 -0.52% 1,906.00 4,502 09:26:44
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,906.00 1,910.00 1,912.00 1,904.00 1,904.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Fabricated Structural Metal 829.8M 68.8M 0.8582 22.21 1.53B
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
09:27:44 O 107 1,908.00 GBX

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Posted at 25/4/2024 09:20 by Hill & Smith Daily Update
Hill & Smith Plc is listed in the Fabricated Structural Metal sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HILS. The last closing price for Hill & Smith was 1,916p.
Hill & Smith currently has 80,163,649 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Hill & Smith is £1,535,935,515.
Hill & Smith has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 22.33.
This morning HILS shares opened at 1,904p
Posted at 25/3/2024 14:28 by glenowen
Share price at a three year high, what a solid, dependable company H and S is. Very happy to be a long-term shareholder.
Posted at 14/3/2024 11:33 by tomps2
Hill & Smith (HILS) Full Year 2023 results presentation - March 24

Hill & Smith Executive Chair, Alan Giddins and Chief Financial Officer, Hannah Nichols present results for the year ended 31 December 2023.

Watch the video here:

Or listen to the podcast here:
Posted at 12/3/2024 14:37 by kalai1
Hill and Smith plc posted healthy FY results for the year ended 31st December this morning. Revenues were up 13% to £829.8m, underlying PBT was up 27% to £111.9m and statutory EPS was up 29% to 86p. A final dividend of 28p was proposed, up 27% on the year, making a total dividend of 43p. The balance sheet remains solid with covenant leverage at 0.4x EBITDA allowing plenty more scope for organic and acquisitive expansion. Indeed, there has been more positive momentum on M&A in 2024 year to date with a further £11.6m investment across two acquisitions completed and the M&A pipeline is healthy. Valuation is no longer cheap with forward PE ratio at 17.1x, but the share price remains in an 18-month uptrend. BUY...

...from WealthOracle
Posted at 15/11/2023 14:39 by philanderer
Berenberg raises Hill & Smith price target to 2,100 (2,000) pence - 'buy'

HSBC raises Hill & Smith price target to 2,055 (1,955) pence - 'buy'
Posted at 12/10/2023 10:59 by philanderer
Jefferies raises Hill & Smith price target to 1,910 (1,770) pence - 'buy'
Posted at 05/9/2023 00:07 by philanderer
UK construction tough but buying opportunities exist, says Berenberg


Berenberg highlighted six key 'buys' among UK-listed construction stocks:

Berkeley (5,100 target price) on the strength of its order book, forward sales position and cash generation approach;

Grafton (1,050p target price) on its capital allocation and investment opportunities across Europe;

Genuit (400p target price) due to the growing demand for sustainable construction products;

Howden (870p target price) with its expanding depot network, improving distribution and international potential;

Volution (500p target price) with regulatory developments expected to drive demand for its energy-efficient ventilation products;

and Hill & Smith (2,000 target price) on its potential to expand its North American operations.



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Posted at 14/8/2023 10:35 by tomps2
Hill & Smith PLC (LON:HILS) H123 Exceptional results from this engineering company that has 3 divisions: Galvanising, Engineering Solutions and Roads & Security. The US is driving the success.

Here is the video and podcast of the H123 results presentation given to analysts by Alan Giddins, Exec Chair and Hannah Nichols, CFO.

A summary of the highlights:

- Revenue +9% £420.8m, operating profit +20% £62.5m on an organic constant currency basis

- Operating margin +240bps to 14.9%

- Strong margin expansion is due to an improved portfolio mix, driven by Engineered Solutions and the advantage of operational gearing

- Underlying PTP +42% at £57.2m

- Total Group EPS +24% with EPS from continuing operations +39% to 53.6p

- Group free cash flow £34.8m

- Two acquisitions totalling £38m have integrated well, acquisitions contributed £41m revenue and £8m operating profit

- Return on invested capital in H1: 21.3%

- Medium term KPIs: 15% operating margin and 18% cash conversion

- Full Year 2023 operating profit upgraded with these results supported by US industrial growth drivers although there is some H1 weighting.

Video: hxxps://www.piworld.co.uk/company-videos/hill-smith-hils-interim-results-presentation-august-23/

Podcast: hxxps://piworld.podbean.com/e/hill-smith-hils-interim-results-presentation-august-23/
Posted at 11/8/2023 14:15 by whittler100
I see the Chair of HILS bought £ 150k worth on 09/08 this week to add to the significant insider buying in March
Posted at 10/8/2023 10:33 by philanderer
Peel Hunt: Hill & Smith a good US infrastructure play


Peel Hunt analyst Henry Carver believes manufacturer Hill & Smith (HILS) is one of the best ways for investors to play the wave of US infrastructure investment.

He said the group’s ‘strong’ first half showed revenues grew 20%, with strong momentum continuing in the US businesses, which accounted for 73% of underlying profit, while those in the UK were resilient against tough competition.

Management guided to 2023 operating profits coming in ahead of expectations, which Carver took to mean £4m more than Peel Hunt’s estimated £112.5m with a similar flow through to 2024.

‘We also see plenty of scope for further M&A – we understand there is an active pipeline and management has plenty of firepower to work with,’ he said. ‘Cash conversion in the first half was a useful 87%, and net debt-to-ebitda at the half year is sitting at 0.7 times, below a stated target of between one and two times.’

With the shares trading at 15 times earnings, and good prospects for the rest of the year, he reiterated his ‘buy’ recommendation with a price target of £16.80.


citywire.com
Posted at 09/3/2023 14:48 by philanderer
Shore Capital cuts Hill & Smith after strong run


Shore Capital has downgraded Hill & Smith (HILS) as the shares in the specialist barrier manufacturer look ‘fairly valued after a good run’.

Analyst Tom Fraine downgraded his recommendation from ‘buy’ to ‘hold’. Shares fell 6.7%, or 94p, to £13.20 on Wednesday following a 14% increase in both revenue and profit for 2022.

Fraine forecast an operating profit of £105m for this year but said it was ‘very conservative’ and he sees ‘scope for upgrades’.

‘We believe the company is well placed to navigate through adverse macroeconomic conditions, with close to half of its sales driven by public sector spending,’ he said.

‘The shares trade on 16 times our upgraded full-year 2023 earnings per share forecasts… and now appear to be fairly valued. We downgrade our recommendation…; following a strong recent share price performance, and see more upside for [infrastructure services provider] Renew (RNWH), which is considerably cheaper despite generating higher returns on invested capital, higher historic earnings growth, and having a lower risk profile.’


citywire.com
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