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JHD James Halstead Plc

3.50 (1.78%)
26 Feb 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
James Halstead Plc JHD London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
3.50 1.78% 200.00 16:35:11
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
203.00 195.50 204.00 200.00 196.50
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James Halstead JHD Dividends History

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Posted at 07/8/2023 08:07 by saint or sinner?
The 'JHD lot' are perhaps too busy running the company to dream up needless RNS releases to help fast buck merchants who play stocks and shares earn a few sovs here and there?
Posted at 03/8/2023 18:27 by bda3490
There’s a positive piece about JHD on Stockopedia.

The guy on that Ronald was noting the big cash and history .

Maybe the JHD lot need to hype up coverage like the hut group!

Or stop holding back passing on cost increases to customers!
Posted at 18/5/2023 18:21 by bda3490
There have been some big trades in JHD these last few weeks 425,000 Tuesday crossed at no mark up. There was 600,000 on ex Div date . Another 250,000 today . All just below the top end. They a couple of small trades at bottom end so market makers can top up their little stash of “stock” for us retail punters. A buyer ? A bid
Very strange
Posted at 01/5/2023 10:37 by tmfmayn
Hi, I have recorded a 33-minute podcast with fellow investor Roland Head all about James Halstead! We talked about the company's Polyflor flooring, competitive position, old-school family management and why the share features on our watch lists. Links below!


[Podcast] JAMES HALSTEAD With Roland Head And Maynard Paton #JHD
Posted at 11/4/2023 19:51 by bda3490
I saw the IC article. Read well but the last article talked about “bull whip” suggesting JHD had built too much stock and would face weaker demand !! This one suggested selling off stock with stronger demand ! I was encouraged but the outlook strong demand lower costs !

But cash growing stock getting back into line - it’s called form .

Think I’ll dodge aintree and bet on this one
Posted at 23/3/2023 09:32 by trigger blade
Interims not far away now.

One thing mentioned in the full year report was the cost of shipping around the world and that costs had started to reduce. Since then, I believe they have continued to drop substantially. I heard last week from a Saudi customer of mine that his cost for a 40’ container from China had gone from $2000 before COVID to over $7500 and had now dropped to less than $1000. If that’s a reflection of what’s happening globally, that can only help profitability at JHD.
Posted at 02/2/2023 09:05 by trigger blade

And less than 12 hours later……

A tenuous Halstead connection to beer companies, but going back many years, there was a colour in the Polyflor range called (I think) Cherry Red. It was sold in Australia and was used on bar tops and other areas of Castlemaine pubs and eventually the colour became known over there as Castlemaine Red.

As for the update, assuming the dividend is at least maintained, with other costs under control and freight costs dropping, it reads quite well, I’m sure others are better informed than me.
Posted at 01/2/2023 20:49 by bda3490
I’ve been a long time holder so time and dividend returns have been good for me!
But it is a high multiple.

No doubt there will be some market update at some stage

But it’s about the only manufacturer in my limited portfolio excluding beer companies
Posted at 27/1/2023 13:59 by essentialinvestor
That was not my intention.

Just thought a mid 20's multiple with their growth rates significantly slowing is rich
in a background of rising interest rates. If you see it differently fair enough.

JHD the Rolls Royce of the sector and their longer term record exceptional.
Given the current size of the business it may now be more difficult to achieve some
of the high growth rates seen over past years. Good fortune.
Posted at 23/1/2023 17:00 by essentialinvestor
wad, I can take a guess, it looks an unwind of post ZIRP high multiples
in some stocks. JHD had been pushed to a mid 20 X earnings multiple -
for a business with now modest growth rates.

The strike action has also not helped sentiment.

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