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
  +0.00p +0.00% 509.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 01:00:00
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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20/2/2013
11:02
next leg up me thinks...
jak1
15/2/2013
14:13
Still only me left then!!! Wake up market... MS analysts upgraded Invensys ISYS.LN +3.06% saying that the market is still not giving the company any credit for future value optimization. "Clarity on the pension issue is a key hurdle for some investors and channel checks with independent pension consultants give us some confidence that the cash risk is largely mitigated," said MS. Invensys is now its top pick. http://blogs.wsj.com/source/2013/02/15/broker-note-briefing-friday-40/?mod=yahoo_hs
jak1
24/1/2013
16:25
Just shows how many follow this stock nowadays, Interim man statement out and not one single post !!!
jak1
14/1/2013
12:16
broken 350. what would Emerson need to bid to get this now? 500? .... 550? this management seem to be very good negotiators- look what they got for Rail !
rumpelstiltskin2
11/1/2013
09:45
Looks like the price is breaking out into a new range. Looking quite positive...
jak1
10/1/2013
15:36
STOCKS NEWS EUROPE-Back Invensys as bid target -SVM fund manager British engineering company Invensys (LSE: ISYS.L - news) could offer good returns for investors this year as it remains a potential bid target, says SVM Asset Management fund manager Neil Veitch. "Looking forward, we believe Invensys could be an interesting stock for early 2013," says Veitch, who manages the SVM World Equity Fund. Last year, Invensys ended talks over a "highly preliminary" bid approach from U.S. group Emerson Electric (NYSE: EMR - news) , and sold a rail division to German rival Siemens (NYSE: SI - news) . Veitch says Emerson (KOSDAQ: 025980.KQ - news) could make another play for Invensys, and that Invensys should benefit from a general rebound in the broader economy following an initial resolution to problems over the U.S. "fiscal cliff", which risked hitting the U.S. economy via a series of tax hikes. "Emerson, a U.S. industrial company, made an unsuccessful approach for the company last year and could well return but even in the absence of a takeover, Invensys looks well placed to benefit from the general upturn in economic activity as a consequence of recent events in Washington," says Veitch. http://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/stocks-news-europe-back-invensys-103454048.html
jak1
04/1/2013
18:05
Tipped in IC today. According to them it will be bought at 400+
macc2
20/12/2012
13:15
M Welsh, Haven't read/heard anything to the contrary. As ever £4.40 ttfn
donkeystone
20/12/2012
13:02
Is the dividend of 1.75p/share being paid out tomorrow
m welsh
03/12/2012
16:29
if you are right Deutsche and MIATA must be wrong Post 1133381 The £745 relates to the part now being sold, the £700/1000/1300 relates to the remainder of the business.
rumpelstiltskin2
03/12/2012
16:10
My understanding is that the pension deficit will be corrected by utilising the receipts from the sale to Siemens of the Rail business. These receipts will also provide a cash return to investors and provide the company with a war chest. The sale is scheduled to occur in the second quarter of 2013. Regards UK
uknighted
03/12/2012
09:29
according to the deutsche bank, there is still a sizeable pension deficit, but all the media are saying it has been wiped out. who is right?
rumpelstiltskin2
02/12/2012
20:26
how is it that people with names like Invensys21 and RogerRail could possibly miss this boat? blimey
rumpelstiltskin2
02/12/2012
20:24
according to the deutsche bank, there is still a sizeable pension deficit, but all the media are saying it has been wiped out. who is right?
rumpelstiltskin2
01/12/2012
11:35
Rail is about 40-45% of the whole, details set out in table in post 113378.
miata
30/11/2012
19:29
Does anyone have any idea what the share price will be after the sell off. I would hate to think if I waited for my 76p a share, then the price dropped bellow 150p Would it be better to cash it all in now. Any ideas?
invensys21
30/11/2012
15:34
My buy in price for these was 34p before the consolidation. Dare I hope to walk away with a profit. I live in hope that donkey can get his 4.40
jak1
30/11/2012
15:01
£4.40 would be good. Speculation will grow - weekend press might hold some. Will rise thru next week and up to 21/12.
jimrclark
30/11/2012
10:17
rumple You're getting a bit giddy !!! It'll go quiet for a while. Next key date, I think, is 21 December when Emerson are allowed, under UK takeover rules, to return to the fray. Cheers, As ever £4.40 ttfn
donkeystone
30/11/2012
10:05
does someone have a list of all the potential suitors? chinese, japanese, swiss, canadians, germans, americans etc
rumpelstiltskin2
30/11/2012
09:57
the engineering technology firm, shocked the market last night when it unveiled a deal to sell its rail signalling business to German rival Siemens. http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/50954/invensys-rail-sale-could-open-door-to-bidding-war-brokers-suggest-50954.html
lucky_punter
30/11/2012
09:39
Nomura has raised its target price from 330p to 370p. "We believe the prospects for the new leaner Invensys are good, and we do not view the smaller size as a material headwind. Top-line growth looks to us supported by positive end-market trends (particularly in appliances and in Oil & Gas sector) and by bolt-on M&A opportunities."
miata
30/11/2012
09:30
if the Deustche Bank assumptions are correct in post 113378, all that is needed is pension exit costs at or below the minimum, which is not hard to see when looking at the annual report, and to add up to £800 million to the combined businesses, including Rail.
rumpelstiltskin2
30/11/2012
09:20
rumple NO ............ becuase I would have sold at As ever £4.40 ttfn ps can't see £4.75 but you never know!
donkeystone
30/11/2012
08:52
Positive article in today's Times Tempus column in the Business section. Well done to all fellow LTH. Regards UK
uknighted
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