Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Harworth Group Plc LSE:HWG London Ordinary Share GB00BYZJ7G42 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -0.47% 106.50 29,347 16:35:21
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
104.00 107.50 107.50 105.00 107.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate 85.46 30.30 7.90 13.5 344
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:21 UT 1,152 106.50 GBX

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Harworth Daily Update: Harworth Group Plc is listed in the Real Estate sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HWG. The last closing price for Harworth was 107p.
Harworth Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 100p and a 12 week average price of 86.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 154p while the 1 year low share price is currently 84p.
There are currently 322,549,821 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 688,445 shares. The market capitalisation of Harworth Group Plc is £343,515,559.37.
lageraemia: More housing land sold at book value! 5% of the Coalville site sold for £8.9m (166 new homes).......under 10% of the 2016 houses on the planning approval. Gives a plot value of £50k+ per house. I'm not surprised that directors are buying given the 50% discount to NDV of 150p per share.....before the recent Merseyside deal which is earnings enhancing.
lageraemia: Very little chat about on here and LSE which is normally a good thing for the share price! IC covberage is positive. Otherwise...under the radar!
finkie: 103-104.5 slight improvement in price still miles away from 150p where it was and a piffling dividend last week......
sirrux: Looking at it fairly casually, the Roditi vehicle London Amsterdam and Trust Co has been building up a stake (c 22%). Roditi had some success with Ocado I believe. My guess is that HWG will be taken out at some point. Right now to the market, it has the appearance of a plodder when they should really be looking at getting to a 1bn+ market cap with a bit of imagination on what to do with 18,000 acres of potential land for development. There's got to be some billionaires interested in that. Having said that, maybe there are issues we don't know about.
32campomar: Director dealings: Harworth chair ups stake in property developer Harworth Group revealed on Wednesday that chairman Alastair Lyons had acquired 95,000 ordinary shares in the London-listed land and property development company. Lyons, who took over as chair back in May 2018, purchased the shares at an average price of 104.70p each, for a total value of £99,465. Back in October, Harworth entered into a joint venture to pursue a strategic land opportunity in the Midlands as it continued to grow its long-term land pipeline for new residential and commercial development. Harworth said it had entered into a 50-50 joint venture with Hallam Land Management - part of Henry Boot - with a view to promoting and developing a mixed-use strategic land opportunity in the Midlands. As of 1630 BST, Harworth shares were down 3.23% at 105p. Top Director Buys Harworth Group (HWG) Director name: Lyons CBE,Alastair Amount purchased: 95,000 @ 104.70p Value: £99,465.00
dekle: Will Segro target HWG?
tiltonboy: I agree about the wider market being overbought, but there are a lot of stocks like HWG that have not joined in due to the presence of Invesco or L & G on their share register, and once cleared, they can recover. There was huge turnover in TPG on Friday, as the seller(s) got cleared, and they are up 30% since, although that was possibly due to a decent announcement yesterday. I'm sure we have all got stocks that are in the same boat.
skyship: Gone pretty quiet here as HWG fails to join the wider rally. Do they now represent value at 92p, even though house prices are falling across the UK? Views anyone...
mushypeas: HWG: NAV £463m: Mk Cap £293m: CEO £878k INL: NAV £233m: Mk Cap £103m: CEO £630k (15 month reporting period) Even if the man at HWG looks slightly better value,so what? They will all have their balls in a vice this year. Mind you I would I would much rather be running HWG with it's deep freezable and un indebted land bank.
skyship: Riverman - exactly the case with Private Equity; no difference whatsoever. Lumpy gains; so sometimes dividend uncovered and paid out of capital; secure in the knowledge of a growing NAV to even out over time. HWG model is there to reward the directors, not the shareholders. About time the directors woke up to their responsibility to award shareholders their just returns.
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