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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04/12/2011
22:49
Investrology - why be so cryptic..?..we are all friends here so if there is something you know then why not let us all know and benefit ! So go on tell us the next crash date so that we can do the appropriate. Thanks
ropey
03/12/2011
13:21
Is the Chinese buying ???
hvs
02/12/2011
13:01
All this mad bullisness over the U.S jobs data and you would think we would be at least over the 300p mark again!!! Maybe next year Rodney...
jak1
29/11/2011
11:45
So, Rail is one of the industries supported by UK, German and US government. ISYS has record rail orders now mainly in Asia, turkey, etc... It should add more orders for the future. Consumers in the US are spending, so the weak section should also do much better next time.
hightech
25/11/2011
10:27
I'm with you Donkeystone. We've seen these shocking share prices before. I've bought most of mine below the current share price but so disappointing to see it go this low in the current climate. If only we could have predicted this last July I believe its worth staying with but only for my own circumstances. A difficult one to call really
perkie
25/11/2011
10:18
How low!!! I think it depends on competitors and their ability to cut prices and compete. I would like to know answer to these questions: Who are competitors in each of the industry? Can they cut prices?
hightech
25/11/2011
09:18
OK everyone how low is this going?
donkeystone
23/11/2011
15:46
Shame the figure isn't £4.10 donkeystone or we could have all been out 4 years ago! Bought 36,389 back in March 2004 and another 14.5k shortly after (now 5,094) Average purchase price £1.819. Almost exactly back where I started.
bakero
23/11/2011
10:58
bb At the minute hardly anybody (personal, corporate or nation) is buying anything anywhere. If the world turns, the right way, then I think we'll see more M&A and for those that correctly and predict early that return to better times then there'll be keen deals to be done. The game for isys at the moment is to survive, keep as cash postive as they can, have a plan for the pension fund (and I'll bet there are a few scared trustees at the moment) and chase hard whatever potential orders come up. As ever somewhere between 35p and £4.40 ttfn
donkeystone
23/11/2011
10:48
Donkey - this used to be a busy thread, it is more out of frustration as I see the problem here in the controls division, a shame that Edmunds continues to put such a positive spin even at the recent results, why can he not the complete lack of visibility unless he is just trying to dupe investors, they are not going to be fooled, I came back into these recently on the back of good orders in the rail and operations divisions, for a long time controls has been the weak link, so they need to streamline and quick, the recent economic data is contrary to what he is saying and I believe that, but I am disappointed by his misplaced optomism and it is not solely based on such things as the pension deficit. It is pretty boring harping on to myself, so your views are welcome.
bookbroker
23/11/2011
10:36
bb Can't have you talking on your own. Seen this before, everything but everything is down. If you think this time is different then you have to make a decision stay or go. If you think it's just like other periods of mad market turmoil and the super tanker will eventually turn then you stick around. FWIW I'm staying around, not nice to watch though. No advice intended As ever Somewhere between 35p and £4.40 ttfn
donkeystone
23/11/2011
10:21
Headline title for this thread looking more and more applicable.
bookbroker
23/11/2011
09:51
Wayne Edmunds, are you UP to the job, since your tenureship this co. value has practically halved, maybe you should consider taking half your pay packet this year for the destructive performance that you have succeeded in achieving, or maybe you should do the decent thing and resign forfeiting your compensation!
bookbroker
23/11/2011
08:47
Underperforming the market again, the excuse no doubt this time will be the Chinese PMI figures, it's really is time that the people up top here started to think about shareholder value, on top of that the employees would have more clarity on their future, under new ownership they either have a role in the new order or not, here with these guys I just see dithering. They are a small co. operating against the likes of Siemans, ABB, etc., have they never entertained any thoughts of interest. Off course the time for corp. action likely lost for now, but why oh why do they persevere with the controls side of the business, for the no. of workers to its bottom line it is nothing short of pathetic. Come back Ulf, at least you considered putting yourself up for sale.
bookbroker
21/11/2011
18:54
What Directors they get footballers wages for kicking the ball in their own net. Thats what the CITY is all about, The TAXPAYERS OWE US A VERY VERY GOOD LIFE LET THE TAXPAYERS PAY we is all OFFSHORE and only U TAXPAYERS will DROWN.
hvs
21/11/2011
17:14
Another shocking day's trading for this co., don't the wretched directors care, they are behaving as badly as European politicians when it comes to shareholder value, we are nearly back to where we were in the spring of 2009, it is quite unacceptable to see this amount of value destroyed, Edmunds had better start to outline where he plans to position this co., otherwise it will be back to 2003, if that's the case then there will be no second chance, potential purchasers must be laughing their socks off watching this plummet, at this rate they will be bidding £1 a share for the co., and the way things are the big shareholders will simply be relieved it will all be over. Good riddance to another poorly performing and run co. At least he will get a handsome pay-off, won't need to sell his shares to cover a tax liability!
bookbroker
21/11/2011
11:32
It's not pump and dump, it's simply dump, Edmunds needs to get a grip, that's if he is up to the job, Rudd should be shot for yet another failure to act in his role as chairman, why have they not explored in the past the break-up of this co. and put the pension fund into run-off, they could easily have plugged the funding gap and shareholders would still have been left smiling, frankly it's a disgrace that the options avaliable to them have not been exploited properly, fundamentally elements of this business have great opportunities ahead of them, so why is the cos. performance so inadequate. Hey ho., at least the sun is out where i'm speaking from.
bookbroker
19/11/2011
20:49
Anyone seen the Chinese they like TAKE AWAYS dont they ? CITY PUMP and DUMP
hvs
19/11/2011
11:22
LOL. No a different person. Hope I dont go bust tho!
mbaxter
18/11/2011
21:33
mbaxter, Surely not the Mick Baxter from Manchester I met at a Sci agm about 10 years ago? I thought you went bust? Tony
opmoc
18/11/2011
21:31
I see, to remember buying these 15340 articles ago in 2005 at around 30p and making about £2,000 when I sold them a few weeks later. I obviously didn't know what I was doing. Tony
opmoc
18/11/2011
21:23
Sold out completely to preserve capital. Painful at the time, with the miserable state of the share price currently, looks like a stonkingly brilliant decision in hindsight. Will get back in when sanity starts to creep back in to the markets. Rough times.
mbaxter
18/11/2011
13:50
bb Still here and going nowhere. Most everything is well down at the moment (statement of the bleedin' obvious). For me I think it's been down as low as £1.80. Still believe this is a takeover possibility. The board say they are on with the pension thing, maybe they should get a bit more hardball/realistic with the trustees given the current situation.... "sure the co owes you money but if there's no co ......". I think they need to make the pension thing go away as a liability or at least become a non-issue before anyone pops up with an offer. There is still a lot of money around. Make the pension issue go away and then it's about timing. Just at the moment I'd not want an offer it'd be too low. So at the risk of sounding faintly stupid it is As ever £4.40 ttfn
donkeystone
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