Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
John Wood Group LSE:WG. London Ordinary Share GB00B5N0P849 ORD 4 2/7P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -24.80p -3.86% 617.20p 621.20p 621.60p 642.80p 618.40p 642.00p 3,640,709 16:35:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil Equipment Services & Distribution 3,993.9 -16.2 -5.5 - 4,183.01

John Wood Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/5/2018
07:51
Well I can only blame ESP for my 21 May post. Nice to see and even better in biotech area as will expand. TSX edit into gene editting to remove disease for example. A 3% price boost not impossible. Famous last words, oil drop sabotaging IMO. Adder for oil price to ramp up again after breather. Too many references to $100 oil so 90 may be tops.
edjge2
21/5/2018
14:33
There are pretty regular contract announcements, Wood only RNS the bigger ones. If you go to the investors site and click on News, they are listed.
essentialinvestor
14/5/2018
07:53
Essential, agreed.
edjge2
12/5/2018
14:01
$100 oil is not something we want, it sets up yet another boom bust cycle, which is pretty much inevitable anyway, however Mid East conflict would just acelerate this. If efficiency/Amec integration savings develop as forecast over the next 3 years, the share price will hopefully respond nicely.
essentialinvestor
11/5/2018
13:23
A primary driver behind acquiring AMFW was to lessen the focus on O&G. It remains by far the largest area of operation. However, gradually Wood is likely to continue evolving. Renewables must surely be a key target area longer term, plus increasing exposure to mining industries.
essentialinvestor
11/5/2018
13:19
EssentialInvestor - Well at least you are in profit (Post 445)well done, I an still under water but at least will get a dividend. 10% rise today pretty impressive. I'm not sure we will see $100 oil any time soon, the US shale boys will just open the taps wide at anything above todays level. Ref. post 448, yes start ups or shut downs all good for WG. haha.
losos
11/5/2018
13:06
It looks a very positive statement.
essentialinvestor
09/5/2018
10:46
EssentialInv if still holding profit got a ways to go imo.
edjge2
09/5/2018
08:40
All oilies up as saudis manipulate oil to $100 for aramico sale. Fireworks now with Israelis and Iran and oil likely to get a boost as sanctions back on and nuclear deal definitely off. Europeans may still be friendly but Israel will likely desist that.
edjge2
26/4/2018
16:03
Disclosed positions in WOOD GROUP (JOHN) PLC (WG.) Notice: We no longer track disclosures after they drop below 0.5%. It is possible that the manager still holds a short position even if we are showing it as zero. Fund % short change Date changed AQR Capital Management, LLC 3.30% 0.06% 23 Apr 2018 Capital Fund Management SA 0.99% -0.02% 1 Mar 2018 Egerton Capital (UK) LLP 0.62% 0.62% 6 Apr 2018 OLD MUTUAL GLOBAL INVESTORS (UK) LTD 0.81% 0.11% 29 Mar 2018 WorldQuant, LLC 0.60% 0.08% 16 Apr 2018 Total 6.32%
douglas fir
26/4/2018
15:44
https://www.investegate.co.uk/wood-group--john-plc--wg--/prn/holding-s--in-company/20180426153000P8BD4/
douglas fir
21/4/2018
19:51
its in the oil business and oil price is rising that is the good point
pogue
21/4/2018
08:38
Intangibles far greater than shareholder value. No cover on dividend. What is there to like about this company?
shawzie
19/4/2018
13:34
sorry forgto to say thanks for your response
pogue
19/4/2018
11:56
Rising POO will generate more contracts and they will close offices to save money. I expect them to put more work to AmecFW Reading office as that costs them practically nothing to run that large office and it has loads of space just now. However I still find it odd that it has not risen as oil price is the main driver of profits for all contractors ho hum will wait a little and try to find out more.
pogue
19/4/2018
09:31
The synergies created by the Amec Foster Wheeler deal are massive. The market took the view that there was a risk that this enlarged company may not integrate the Amec successfully. This lowered the price to its present level.Recent news shows that with 4 billion of sales in 40 countries that this company is a major player and some of the cost reductions are coming through.The chart seems to be backing this up and we are staring to see some buying but I cant see massive volumes and moves until this proves it is in an uptrend and a breakoutThis is one to get in early if you believe the oil price rise will stimulate more contracts for the company
ch1ck
19/4/2018
08:30
So whats the reason to buy Ch1ck? Why has this one not responded to the rising oil price like PFC? It should have risen by now what's the negatives holding this one back?
pogue
18/4/2018
20:55
Nice move up today which was expected as it goes ex div tomorrow. I'm expecting a 2% drop followed by a strong recovery
ch1ck
13/4/2018
13:45
Massive tree shake This goes ex Div on the 19th I can see a strong push up from here
ch1ck
13/4/2018
09:36
I have just read the 2017 company accounts and they are as i expected. No synergies and cost savings from the new acquired company. This will take some time to work through.I think there was some buying ahead of results which disappointed some although the price did rise yesterday.I think with the strong rise in the oil price this is a good investment and this dip is an opportunity to pick up a quality company.I bought more at 522p
ch1ck
12/4/2018
17:04
Another 2% rise on a down da,y there is a definite move away from tech to defensive stocks
ch1ck
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