Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Invensys LSE:ISYS London Ordinary Share GB00B979H674 ORD 12.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 509.50 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 1,792.0 15.0 15.4 33.1 3,340

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18/11/2011
13:14
It's also a shame that people like Wayne Edmunds, despite his hectic schedule how he proposes to fund all these new orders when the current ones are absorbing so much cash, at this rate the co. will have negative net cash on its balance sheet.
bookbroker
18/11/2011
13:09
Coupled with the fact that my faith in equities is dying a slow and painful death with the macro-economic uncertainties.
bookbroker
17/11/2011
08:30
Who is running this company, what is Rudd doing, virtually destroyed Pilkington before practically giving away the co., he may well be respected for what he achieved at Williams Holdings, but that was nearly twenty years ago, and as for conglomerates you only have to look at what this co. used to be, and the likes of Hutchings, Hanson, etc. The sumof the parts of this co. are worth more than the whole, they need to get a grip and act!
bookbroker
07/11/2011
15:59
I think great. They have orders on the result day which should be added to the list.
hightech
07/11/2011
10:19
what next guys? what did u make of results?
mj19
27/10/2011
07:31
Your target by Xmas, green?
hightech
26/10/2011
16:11
Results next week should give it a kick up I hope.
greenelf
26/10/2011
12:56
I expect this will see the share price getting a boost as people start looking at Invensys again.
uhound
26/10/2011
12:29
nice one, could do with a few of them...
jak1
26/10/2011
12:12
Invensys PLC Invensys Rail wins £420 million contract Share this article print TIDMISYS RNS Number : 8851Q Invensys PLC 26 October 2011 26 October 2011 Invensys Rail wins GBP420 million contract for signalling on the Makkah to Madinah High Speed Line in Saudi Arabia The Saudi Railways Organization (SRO) has announced today that the Al Shoula consortium has been awarded the contract to provide the superstructure, systems, rolling stock, signalling, operation and maintenance for the Haramain High Speed Line linking the two Holy Cities of Makkah and Madinah. This consortium is a Saudi-Spanish group which will implement the successful high speed line model and technology applied in Spain to this new line. As a member of the Al Shoula consortium, Invensys Rail will provide the full turn-key signalling and train control systems, including its FUTUR 3000 and FUTUR 2500 Level 2 ERTMS solution and also includes centralised traffic control, electronic interlockings, LED wayside signals, train detection systems and on board ETCS equipment for the 34-strong train fleet. The contract includes a 12 year maintenance period. Invensys Rail's share of the three year construction phase is valued at EUR298 million (around GBP260 million). Its share of the 12 year maintenance phase is EUR185 million (around GBP160 million). The Haramain railway is a new 444 km section of a high speed line designed to provide a fast, comfortable, reliable and safe mode of transport for passengers travelling between Makkah, Jeddah and Madinah - particularly relevant for the Hajj pilgrimage period. Trains will travel at a commercial speed of 300 km/h under a 25kV overhead electrification system using Invensys Rail's Level 2 ERTMS technology for train protection. This state-of-the-art railway will provide pilgrims with a journey time between the two Haramain cities of less than two and a half hours. The Saudi-Spanish consortium is led by the Saudi company Al Shoula and includes the Spanish Railways Operator RENFE, the Madrid-based rolling stock manufacturer Talgo and Invensys Rail's Spanish subsidiary, Dimetronic. The three companies were instrumental in providing the highly demanding track record requested by the Saudi authorities. Other companies included in the consortium are ADIF (Spanish Railway Administrator), INECO (a leading engineering company in Spain), OHL and Cobra among others, all of them with great expertise in the development of the high speed line network in Spain. Wayne Edmunds, Chief Executive of Invensys, commented: "This is a major breakthrough for Invensys Rail. We are particularly delighted to be part of this team and we look forward to continuing to grow our presence in the global railway signalling and train control market." Contact: Invensys plc Steve Devany tel: +44 (0) 20 3155 1301 Annabel Michie tel: +44 (0) 20 3155 1303 Financial Dynamics Andrew Lorenz Richard Mountain tel: +44 (0) 20 7269 7291 This information is provided by RNS The company news service from the London Stock Exchange END CNTDKADBDBDDKKB
waldron
26/10/2011
10:47
If the management is 50% right, it should jump after the results. Shorters have to stop selling it somewhere.
hightech
10/10/2011
08:36
Low volume, and slow, so the fall. Siemens has risen over 15% during last three days. this one is sleep yet and does not show O trades. Mine is not there though!
hightech
07/10/2011
13:10
Where is the Chinese ??? Pumped by the and NOW DUMPED.
hvs
07/10/2011
12:17
It's not the pension black hole that's the problem , the co seems rudderless, and any value here is being slowly but surley destroyed by the present incumbents at Board Level and from what I read their competitors are laughing at them, not looking at a t/o. I am really suprised at the lack of comment about this. Personally I took note of signifcant discontent amongst employees and sold out in two tranches averaging 3.40 odd , I am glad I did. there is much better value to be had in other well run engineers with execllent prospects and market positions who have had their share price trashed by the shortsightedness of the markets.
rogerrail
04/10/2011
14:53
Without the pension black hole this would be a sitting duck now.
dpmcq
04/10/2011
14:04
Having bought in Aug-06 at £1.80 I'm almost back where I started
bakero
04/10/2011
12:41
..........less then £2 again!
hobby2
23/9/2011
07:41
This is one of the most volatile stocks. It always fall fast and recover fast. ISYS is a debt free company, paying dividend.
hightech
22/9/2011
12:15
Time the guys up top made some announcement on the plans to offload the pension scheme, that's if it is still on the table after the market shakeout; these could do with the mooted takeover to turn things around, and at the least give the stock a better rating.
bookbroker
13/9/2011
16:28
Considerable unrest being voiced on Jim Pinto Weblog, particularly in relation to Mr Riddett http://www.jimpinto.com/weblog/invensyslog.html
rogerrail
06/9/2011
11:13
4.41 at the earliest
donkeystone
06/9/2011
10:55
Hobby, so they let you out of jail early after your inappropriate remarks about the Chinese plan to gobble up Invensys. For those not familiar with the situation hobby is a pseudonym for Ulf. Good luck with finding a new job and your forthcoming marriage to the ex Invensys tea lady. Now where is that Chinese take away? Donkey, the 4.40 train is running late. Any idea when it will arrive?
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