Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Hornby Plc LSE:HRN London Ordinary Share GB00B01CZ652 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 40.00 0.00 07:32:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
39.00 43.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Leisure Goods 48.55 0.35 0.82 48.8 67
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 40.00 GBX

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Hornby Daily Update: Hornby Plc is listed in the Leisure Goods sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HRN. The last closing price for Hornby was 40p.
Hornby Plc has a 4 week average price of 39p and a 12 week average price of 39p.
The 1 year high share price is 73.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 34p.
There are currently 166,927,838 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 60,002 shares. The market capitalisation of Hornby Plc is £66,771,135.20.
tmfmayn: [SharePad] Small-Cap Spotlight Report: HORNBY #HRN
 "The return to profitability and those upbeat comments suggest the hardest part of the turnaround may have finally been accomplished." hTTps://knowledge.sharescope.co.uk/2021/08/18/hornby-shares-news-report/
clocktower: Well, I have had a brief sift through the accounts - very impressive and well done to all at HRN. What I do like is the transparency in the accounts and the detail they go into. As I said I have only had a brief look at them and will come back to them in due course. However, I still think there are more headwinds ahead as more of the working population head back to work, and although they report sales are still in line with expectations, I fear they may start to flounder a little. Still, a very positive turnaround and one that will most likely continue imo but at what pace is another matter. Slow and steady but not a huge upside at the moment is still my view.
holts: I also sense the beginning of a dismissal of their retailers again , they have removed settlement discount to them , note also in the statement part re direct sales , whilst preventing retailers from setting their own price on new product but giving a ten per cent discount from their own site, poor returns handling to name but a few . Sounds ok for shareholders you would think but they still have poor understanding of their railway customers at least
apollocreed1: They only made about £17k profit at their last announcement. That doesn't justify such a strong share price rise. Is there a takeover bid in the offing?
energeticbacker: Investor's Champion comments "The shares rose 30% on the news back to year highs, although that’s an odd price given the illiquid nature of the shares. The market capitalisation of £70m also looks somewhat full on many counts."
1tx: Hornby is 75% owned by a couple of investment funds controlled by Phoenix asset management;these funds also own loan notes in Hornby.The writer is an investor in one of the funds.The same fund also controls Stanley Gibbons.One other unconnected fund also owns most of the remaining shares.Phoenix have invested much money here but it is a bit of a illiquid share.
sphere25: "We have observed hitherto successful and profitable companies worldwide crumbling under the pressure, with losses, closures and tumbling share values. Yet we have not only weathered this shattering storm, our sales have increased by 33% in the first half of 2020 (compared to prior year), moving Hornby back into profitability." Is it me or are they almost gloating? YESSS! Look at us, look how great we are, look how terrible the others are. Aren't we just amazing? I mean all those other companies crumbling under a complete left field uncontrollable event, where the shift in dynamics aren't as favourable to the likes of a Hornby. How well were you doing before the pandemic? Let's have a look at that share price chart shall we.....
xiggly: clocktower thats a good point that did cross my mind , not sure how close you live to the hornby site in thanet but i live very close and i know people that work there , basically they have shut the site down for a few weeks because of the virus and staff are now working from home , the great unknown is has the china lockdown affected production as all there stock /toys /come from china , bottom line is hornby will never go bust as phoenix that own hornby are in to deep and will always bail hornby out - i estimate the share price has to reach 60 -70 pence for phoenix to even break even on there investment with hornby ,only then will they even consider bailing out and leaving hornby hung out to dry as it were but i suspect greed will kick in and phoenix would keep hornby as long as possible if the S/P is rising - as for our investment which to be blunt is all we really care about - it was starting to perk up before the virus thing which has hit the share price , or turning things around now at 30p could be an opportunity to buy when the S/P picks up again after this bit of nonesence blows over in a few months time ----
clocktower: With people in lock-down, are more people playing with HRN stuff and buying modeling kits? Hence the increasing share price I guess so.
clocktower: MRF - I think you have got it all wrong. The retailers you speak of will not have the clout to keep producing new products, due to the huge investment needed for tooling - with set up costs of around £100k for a new model and unlike HRN they only have their own outlets to move the products through. I think HRN would be wise to now move out of retailing online by way of an agreed concession to these two large retailers, on the basis that they remove themselves from design, investment in new competitive products, to heal the wounds that the retailers will not forgive the unless HRN make amends. Otherwise it will come back to bite them, as I believe they would not shed a tear if HRN folded, as HRN did the dirty on them and continue to do so by being suppliers and retailers.
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