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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Huntsworth Plc LSE:HNT London Ordinary Share GB00B0CRWK29 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 107.50 107.50 108.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 264.9 29.8 5.6 19.2 400

Huntsworth Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/4/2014
16:48
Is 40p a realistic price target, to anyone with some long term experience how this trades
madengland
30/4/2014
07:43
Tom, I know this is not a cre board, so last post. But take a look at the PE ratio, PEG ratio, cash flow and balance sheet. Stick on a good couple years if the marketing economy is improving as we can believe right now. An accountant at helm and the business consolidated to reduce overheads. You could see carry down to bottom line high in a growth environment. All IMO. I am watching this one for future.
madengland
29/4/2014
20:15
Disappointing really except for the divi and the debt reduction. Not much to crow about.There might be more sellers in the morning. I do like the consistent divi tho which has helped me break even on this as a LTH. If it goes below 60p I think I will close the book on this.
mach100
29/4/2014
12:36
Wish life was that simple.Cant see CRE going much higher as it is in line with expectations,nothing to go for there imo
tom111
29/4/2014
12:35
Great idea, have done that already
muffster
29/4/2014
12:13
Good time to move holdings to CRE, make 30% there and come back here when it's lower. :-) just an idea folks
madengland
29/4/2014
09:41
Only worth buying back at a much lower price,as you say Markie7 always jam tmorrow
tom111
29/4/2014
09:32
very poor. large downgrades going through for 2014. constantly a jam tomorrow share. the back story to why chairman and senior non exec both left will be interesting. hints at arguments re remuneration in the press. I can see now why these results were so late - the rest of the sector reported about 6 weeks ago.
markie7
29/4/2014
07:55
Agree, boring share, have sold out.
muffster
29/4/2014
07:16
As expected the results were poor only saving grace divi held
tom111
28/4/2014
14:26
No fireworks here then,i quess unless there is a bid it will continue to be a boring share.
tom111
28/4/2014
08:46
Results in line with expectations thank goodness!
turnerpa51
27/4/2014
21:09
Massive board changes in press today. Lively.
markie7
27/4/2014
16:55
Try reading the announcement again
pickwick2
27/4/2014
08:13
They changed the announcement of final results to the 30st April if you noticed.
tom111
23/4/2014
07:14
Grayling Retains British Airways Global PR Duties After Europe Decision Asia Pacific, EMEA, Global Holmes Report21 Apr 2014 LONDON - British Airways has retained Grayling as its lead global PR agency, after concluding a series of reviews of its worldwide agency relationships. Earlier this month, the Holmes Report revealed that the airline had chosen to keep Grayling in Asia-Pacific and Action Global in the Middle East and Central Asia, following a competitive review. The latest development sees Grayling also retain duties for Europe for another two years, with an optional one-year extension possible. The firm's brief involves consumer engagement, issues management and crisis preparedness, strategic communications counsel and the co-ordination of the international network. "After two years it was right that we reviewed our arrangements in both regions and Grayling's response to our challenge was outstanding," said Helena Flynn, British Airways' head of PR for Europe, Africa and Asia Pacific. "Far from resting on their laurels they took a fresh approach and actually challenged us in a number of key areas. Grayling's re-appointment was by no means a fait accompli – they earned it." Grayling has overseen Europe and Asia-Pacific since British Airways parted ways with one-year incumbent FleishmanHillard four years ago. "The world has moved on since we were first appointed three years ago – and so has British Airways," said Grayling global CEO Pete Pedersen. "Our data-driven approach enabled us to approach this brief in a fresh new way, with new thinking and multi-channel activations ideas fit for the airline's future journey." - See more at: hxxp://www.holmesreport.com/news-info/14851/Grayling-Retains-British-Airways-Global-PR-Duties-After-Europe-Decision.aspx#sthash.nTiFZKrr.dpuf
erb2008
21/4/2014
18:29
not without its risks I totally agree. and am always one who likes more rather than less communications from management! let's see what they deliver.
qs9
21/4/2014
18:19
QS9 what I was concerned about is the fact there was no pre closing statement like in the past. Also the divi could be lower,dont forget there has been a 20% increase is the share issue since last year,that is a risk.I will wait and see before committing myself to be honest.gl anyway I could be seriously wrong.
tom111
18/4/2014
12:18
not sure no news is an issue, results are out in a week or so are they not?
qs9
18/4/2014
11:49
Thanks ERB2008 GL
tom111
18/4/2014
07:08
yes I know how you feel - good luck - just hope you are wrong!!:-)
erb2008
16/4/2014
16:46
took the opportunity to sell at 71p tonight,beginning to get a bit nervous with this stock with no news forthcoming for such a long period and with CHW results not too good,just playing safe gla
tom111
15/4/2014
15:39
Thks ERB2008
tom111
15/4/2014
08:38
Of the shares I mean
turnerpa51
15/4/2014
08:38
So why no buyers then?
turnerpa51
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