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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 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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20/6/2012
15:25
Thanks all for the info
catom1999
20/6/2012
15:21
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-06-20/invensys-said-to-weigh-options-after-emerson-interest.html
stevi111
20/6/2012
15:11
just the foxboro unit?? ...or all tia
abcd1234
20/6/2012
15:11
Who wudda thought eh Tony after all these years :-)
stevi111
20/6/2012
15:10
could it finally happen? 20 Jun 2012 16:08 BST *DJ Invensys Weighing Options After Emerson Expresses Interest - Bloomberg *DJ Emerson Interested In Invensys Foxboro Unit - Bloomberg Citing Sources *DJ Invensys Advisers Talk To Siemens, GE After Emerson Approach - Bloomberg
tonysss13
20/6/2012
15:09
Emerson expressed an interest in Invensys
stevi111
20/6/2012
15:06
Up 30% No news Any rumours ?
pugugly
14/6/2012
07:52
We're all holding for a bidding war to start...it will happen one day, we just don't know which year!
retford1
13/6/2012
09:28
We heard £4+ target price for this share, but it has not moved up or down at all! We all know that ISYS is cash rich and has secured record orders in stable countries.
hightech
14/5/2012
12:40
Citi Peer Take-Out Multiples Could Imply £4-plus Valuation – From a valuation perspective, the average UK Engineer take-out multiple over the last six years has been 13x EBITA including pension liabilities. A similar multiple on Invensys would suggest a valuation of >£4.20 per share, although more conservative assumptions on the level of the pension liability could see this valuation lowered somewhat. We see this as a very useful underpin for the share price at currently notably lower levels and believe that there is now nothing in the price for any bid speculation anyway, suggesting only upside risk.
miata
13/5/2012
19:18
and like lol - how old are you?
hugh garss
13/5/2012
19:10
This guy is negative on every stock he post about!!
hugh garss
13/5/2012
19:03
lol !!!! And the Sunday Times know it all . What did they say £ 1.7 bill on pension deficit ? Profits down 20% and yet they are all falling over each other for this "GEM" lol !!!!
hvs
13/5/2012
19:00
it wont be if we get a morning RNS.
aleks_atanasov
13/5/2012
18:59
What is HVS?
cool runnings
13/5/2012
12:47
SUNDAY TIMES...... THE biggest industrial groups in America and Europe are weighing up plans to make a bid for Invensys. The FTSE 250 engineering company has attracted attention from Siemens, ABB, Emerson and General Electric. It is understood all four have made informal contact in the past few weeks through their City advisers. The potential suitors are thought to have discussed options ranging from a purchase of the whole company to a break-up. Invensys has a market value of £1.6 billion, but could fetch more than £2 billion if a bidding war breaks out. The company was formed in 1999 through the merger of two engineering businesses, BTR and Siebe, in a deal that left it saddled with debt. It makes railway signalling and controls for central heating systems and washing machines. Sources stressed there had been no formal approach to the board, but noted that interest in Invensys had intensified in recent weeks. The company declined to comment. Predators have been circling the engineering company for a long time. The main barrier to a takeover has been its British pension scheme, which has enormous liabilities of £4.2 billion. The board, led by Wayne Edmunds, chief executive, attempted to remove this "poison pill" last year when it invited three specialist firms - Lucida, Pension Corporation and Rothesay - to pitch to run its retirement scheme. Analysts saw this as a signal that Edmunds was keen to drum up a bidding war for Invensys. The pension outsourcing idea has since been shelved, however, after the cost of buying out the scheme doubled to £1.7 billion, according to analysts. Invensys is this week expected to report annual operating profits of about £210m, a significant fall compared with the £262m it recorded a year ago. In January, the company warned full-year profits faced a £60m hit. This related to higher costs for work on control and safety systems in Chinese nuclear reactors and in its rail signalling division. It had previously been on course for profits of £270m. The profit warning has raised the pressure on Edmunds to improve the company's performance.
cool runnings
10/5/2012
15:25
Looks like they are serious about US expansion - good on them, they may have our chocolate but we will have their railway signalling infrastructure. They don't like it up em.....go on ISYS
hugh garss
10/5/2012
14:46
RNS on US purchase ?
jaws6
09/5/2012
13:55
the receivers ?
dp9115
09/5/2012
10:01
The Germans followed by the Swiss
ropey
09/5/2012
09:58
First it was the Chinese and they did not do the take away so now its the YANKS . Anyone know who will be next ?
hvs
09/5/2012
08:14
Shaz : I agree and would add that the change in my pocket is falling out as the ride goes on !
ropey
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