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|Nice quiet board. strong momentum and good broker comments|
|Well we got an acquisition!, market loves it on first look.|
|Nice to see Legal & General are buying. Perhaps this might be enough to reverse the downtrend. Need some director purchases now to build confidence!|
|Freefall if the share price breeches 600p. Chart looks very grim. Can't see much potential for upside here.|
|INCH had bought back a considerable amount of shares daily using the
first £50 Million of a 100M authorisation, that stopped following the recent update.|
|Agree, it looks that way.
The sector is well out of favour.
Needs a bid for one of the smaller ones to boost sentiment, imo. I'd guess Inchcape is immune, due its size.|
|Steady decline. Not much support on the chart. Is this heading for 600p?|
|They bought back nearly 300,000 shares for cancellation today.
Current buy back has almost reached the £50 Million mark.|
|Good sumation Ed.
Had a very small amount of Look this morning, just a token purchase
at this point as there is no final confirmation of the Parts division sale yet.|
|I guess the Hong Kong slowdown was behind the PDMR sales. Fortunately for holders, the global footprint of Inchcape usually (and here again today) overcomes some regional weakness. So, we get Group LFL up 4.8%, masking North Asia LFL down 17.7%.
The overall market data for Hong Kong is available online, so should not have shocked anyone today.
Assuming a continuation of the gentle growth in global GNP, Inchcape should make gradual progress for years to come, imo. The solely UK motor traders offer more upside but more downside too. You pays your money ....|
|Looking at their cost base.
Mentioned the director sales here previously.
Not holding atm.|
|Ed, sorry late reply as just saw your question 09/09 re the director deals.|
Also, share price chart looks a little precarious. Beginning another little downward leg?
I can't see any recent director selling. What dates do you have? Ta.
You'll know all of this but anyway .... Sector is somewhat out of favour due to possible impact of Brexit in 2 or so years from now. However, it should be less affected than the solely UK based motor traders. Also Inchcape should benefit from translation of overseas profits back into Sterling.
Q3 2016 trading update due on 27 October.
My feel would be to buy on any further weakness - but that's not advice, and I'm not adding atm.|
|Any thoughts here on the recent share price weakness.
Some recent director selling ...|
|Added this AM.|
|Added this AM and will lower if available, like what I heard on the CC.|
|Just listening to the conference call.|
|All in all market reaction is rather strange|
|Very sharp % bounce from recent lows, so some locking in gains.
Results read well to me on a quick look.|
|slightly obtuse reaction to good results.
Looking ahead risks are well spread and the company earns alot of it's money abroad. so benefits from lots of non sterling revenue streams.
this from results statement: - "With over three quarters of profits denominated in currencies other than Sterling, our reported actual currency performance will benefit if current exchange rates prevail."|
|INCH entered the last recession with approx half a billion in net debt,
the current management of this Company is exceptional imv.
The share price can move in either direction very rapidly,
one to consider when markets are in world is ending mood.|
|A bit sprightly this morning, up 8p at 647p.
Deutsch Bank has upgraded INCH to 'buy'. Target price 835p, fwiw.|
|Looking very cheap if we vote Remain imv.|