Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Interserve LSE:IRV London Ordinary Share GB0001528156 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +3.00p +4.74% 66.25p 65.75p 67.00p 70.25p 64.00p 64.00p 2,526,526 16:35:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 3,685.2 -94.1 -71.2 - 95.68

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Date Time Title Posts
11/12/201716:33Interserve - Awaiting A Recovery5,891
04/8/201608:30Interserve with Charts & News287
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01/6/200914:12Interserve - Moves up on further consideration of good trading statement129
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Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2017-12-11 16:53:2966.96108,74572,819.78O
2017-12-11 16:50:4767.06425,000284,986.73O
2017-12-11 16:36:3867.1157,67238,703.33O
2017-12-11 16:35:2866.25126,93084,091.13UT
2017-12-11 16:29:4765.25779508.30AT
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11/12/2017
08:20
Interserve Daily Update: Interserve is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IRV. The last closing price for Interserve was 63.25p.
Interserve has a 4 week average price of 61.50p and a 12 week average price of 52.75p.
The 1 year high share price is 359.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 52.75p.
There are currently 144,424,260 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,852,922 shares. The market capitalisation of Interserve is £95,681,072.25.
06/12/2017
13:49
fenners66: When you look back at this board - say to early October - cfc has been one of the more active and vocal posters He told us that banks calling in E&Y was "normal" He told us in early Oct that all the bad news was in the price. Said the new CEO had dumped everything so it was all good from there. Suggested price was going to £2 I pointed out that the Sky News article (if true) about banks appointing E&Y was not "normal" it is bad news at the time the share price was 106-109 its now 64. There was no bashing no forecast just saying its not good. cfc1 - "But this is all standard stuff and should be expected." " notice NO major share sales...only smaller rattled investors." What do you think now? The same I guess. I then mused as to why IRV and CLLN are both struggling Since the OFT got involved in 2011 they would have expected to have had the effect on the construction market of reducing prices paid by local authorities and therefore reducing margins for the builders. Since order books are years long the effect of this takes a few years to filter through the market ( if any) . We are a few years on and guess what ? Margins for the builders are declining , coincidence?
06/12/2017
13:05
fenners66: On October 24 th shorttracker has IRV as 6.02 % short Since 1st December that is now 8.83 % short That means the short has risen by 4million shares in that time. Share price has fallen and there are more shorts - so they are not planning on closing - yet ? Now they can be wrong as well - but they have access to the same info issued by the company re debt covenants etc. Or is telling you those "facts" just being negative?
06/12/2017
12:32
fenners66: You could have said to help you save some money. That on today's share price is actually fact , who would have thought that eh? But since you are not listening - I'll settle for anyone finding the comments useful. Before you harp on - there was also exactly the same discussion on CLLN - why are you here etc. Then Erogenous Jones asked some questions about CLLN's position saying he could not be bothered to read the whole board. He got the responses that all the bad news was in the price , £20bn order book, buy its going up etc. and he got some of the "facts" from me ( I read the accounts , RNS's etc.). He made his decision not to buy and promptly thanked the board for saving him from 70% losses a few days later.
19/10/2017
09:49
cfc1: schofip....agreed...I posted Friday when the share price was up 3 at 1.14 and then suddenly started to fall to 1.1 for no reason and then BANG on Monday. But I think this share price seems to reflect the company going bust and total doomsday which I think is totally overdone. When we get a concrete RNS will real detail I expect this share price to regain a sensible price.
19/10/2017
08:33
fenners66: Glen - you profess to hate shorts Either shorts have no effect on a share price and your hatred is unnecessary or Shorts are bringing down shares to these levels - where you Always buy in the hope of making a fast buck. We know your style is to pile in after a share price has been hammered so it seems to me that you have a lot to thank the shorters for (if they did force the price down) When you make money you are inextricably linked to the shorts so you hate the hand that feeds?
18/10/2017
20:02
fenners66: Well having said they were on my watchlist for yield and the likelihood the yield is now going to be zero that seems unlikely. Funny I posted the news early on Monday morning and then again I posted at 8.53 on Monday "If the article is true, how can you say it is standard stuff for a concerned "consortium" of lenders to call in EY?" At the time the share price was floating between 106 - 109 The share price now is quoted as 90 cfc1 - "But this is all standard stuff and should be expected." " notice NO major share sales...only smaller rattled investors." Ok you were so right - the news didn't affect the share price at all. Luckily all the real shareholders were able to read reassuring words on a message board and that stopped the rot no one sold. Like I have said - you cannot really predict share price movements minute by minute or day to day, but when the market has time to digest real news - there was an RNS they usually affect sentiment - more likely when its bad. I thought this was bad news and not normal.
16/10/2017
19:07
fenners66: LOL just got back to read that comment hootza cfc - I dont second guess daily share prices - they can go down on great results they can rise on bad news and minute by minute they are dependent upon supply and demand regardless of fundamentals. However I try and research where I think the company is going. Is there visibility of earnings , do the accounts read correctly, is their tone one of explaining away every years failings as exceptionals, is their market under threat , can I trust the management all that sort of stuff. After that I look at the chart and try my best..... Earlier this year I read a set of results before 8.00am and the share price had barely moved by 8.05 so I bought . sold a couple of months later for about 65% gain. But it was the results info that swung it. Today's news did not look good - even if some thought it "normal".
13/10/2017
10:07
losses: We are more positive that it will go up eventually. Usually the share price is ahead of the news... so when the mess is being sorted the share price will rise.I'm with cfc above...I'm trading chunks on the way aswell but keeping a load for the major recovery.
14/9/2017
07:57
dandanactionman: All the following imho dyorWhat are people's view on banking covenants? Poor trading and greater efw losses would seem to put this is doubt.I see 3 scenarios all of this is finger in the wind do your own research.1. Bank covenants breached and no rights issue share prices 0 to 10p2. Bank covenants breached and rights issue (highly dilutive at this level) share price around 20 to 40p3. No bank covenants breach and no need rights issue, shares recover to around 100p
12/8/2017
11:33
walbrock82: Is Interserve cheap? One valuation measure to use is linking Interserve’s share price with their fundamentals and is called Earnings Power Value (devised by Bruce Greenwald and refine by Phil Oakley). The Earnings Power Value per share (EPV per share) has been rising steadily with minor falls during the financial crisis. In 2016, Interserve EPV per share came to £6.14, while the average share price last year was £3.80. (see http://bit.ly/2uyb5Rb) My EPV per share forecast for 2017 (using data from their interim results) shows the fundamental value has collapsed to £3.95. Hence, why Interserve’s share price has collapsed. Another measure Using a Warren Buffett’s equation on valuation, this is P/B*P/E < 22.5 signals fair value. For Interserve, it is super undervalued. (see http://bit.ly/PEPB22) My forecast for 2017, using the following assumptions: headline earnings would fall to £75m, shareholders’ equity of £310m and using market capitalisation of £295.77m. That would make Interserve cheaper than during the financial crisis. However, you might say equity value is too high because of too much goodwill and an unexpectedly big increase in liabilities. Headline earnings may fall more than expected! But, more that is keeping shareholders of Interserve awake is the level of debt and the possibility of needing a Rights issue. For more analysis, you can click here: http://bit.ly/2vrxyhl Thanks.
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