Integrated Diagnostics Dividends - IDHC

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Integrated Diagnostics Holdings Plc IDHC London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.0225 1.85% 1.24 16:35:26
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
1.235 1.23 1.25 1.24 1.2175
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Integrated Diagnostics IDHC Dividends History

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rabiddog: If you have stockopedia, Jack brumby did an excellent write up at the beginning of August…kicked off with this quote If you focus on the financial data alone, few listed companies can compete with the kind of consistent double digit growth rates and profit margins notched up by Integrated Diagnostics Holdings (LON:IDHC) - yet this company trades on just 13.8x forecast earnings and is expected to pay out a generous 5.7% dividend. The gotchas are mainly to do with geography/ jurisdictions and also note that the auditors left this year(Kpmg) sounds like they had a fallout with management. Pwc have stepped in so watching brief for now.
trytotakeiteasy: written up here:
danieldanj: Integrated Diagnostics (IDHC) Earnings-Reaction to Keep an Eye
ncooper1: rambutan2, thank you for your post. I will read your links. however, I was not suggesting Egypt is in a 'right mess'. I am not qualified to make such an assessment: sadly, I have not even visited Egypt yet although I do plan to. My point re currency devaluation was more factual. It has depreciated relative to US$. Do you have any views on IDHC? Do you agree my thesis above, that IDHC is fundamentally good and that its share price is being unduly impacted by Egypt and currency movements?
ncooper1: I'd welcome views as to why IDHC share price continues to fall. Fundamentals seem good, and the only obvious areas is Egypt being unsettled (but this is not new news). Currencies need to be considered too: essentially Egyptian Pound depreciating vs US$ and also £ depreciating relative to US$. My understanding is that the former should not impact IDHC input costs to the extent of share price fall-and the latter should mean the share price should increase, I think!? I've personally continued to add, but views sought.
rambutan2: Of course, we are talking Egypt here: Commenting on the half-year performance and the company's outlook, IDH Chairman Lord St John of Bletso said: "I am pleased to report that your Company has continued to perform up to market expectations despite challenges regarding the availability of foreign exchange in Egypt that, compounded by rising inflation, have had a knock-on impact on consumer spending. Egypt has recently arrived at a staff-level agreement for a three-year, USD 12 billion extended fund facility with the International Monetary Fund. Provided this is approved by the IMF's executive board, we anticipate that the implementation of the reform package it requires will bring some stability to the Egyptian Pound. We continue to invest in expanding our business in Egypt and are also exploring opportunities to expand the business into other high-growth markets." IDH Chief Executive Officer Dr. Hend El-Sherbini added: "Despite challenges in Egypt, our largest market, we have been successful in growing the business and maintaining our margins. In the second half of the year, we will continue to target revenue growth of 15% while maintaining EBITDA margins in our historical range of 43-45%. We have negotiated moderate price increases with key suppliers that will take effect in 2H2016 and invested after Ramadan in a targeted marketing campaign to drive recurring test revenue. We also continue to invest in expanding our branch network to reach new patients as we explore growth opportunities outside Egypt."
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