Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Johnson Matthey Plc LSE:JMAT London Ordinary Share GB00BZ4BQC70 ORD 110 49/53P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  36.00 1.17% 3,100.00 1,248,730 16:35:07
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3,101.00 3,103.00 3,106.00 3,064.00 3,076.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 15,673.00 238.00 106.50 29.1 6,352
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:28:24 O 1,008 3,100.00 GBX

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Johnson Matthey Daily Update: Johnson Matthey Plc is listed in the Chemicals sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker JMAT. The last closing price for Johnson Matthey was 3,064p.
Johnson Matthey Plc has a 4 week average price of 2,975p and a 12 week average price of 2,975p.
The 1 year high share price is 3,363p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2,017p.
There are currently 204,917,749 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 867,842 shares. The market capitalisation of Johnson Matthey Plc is £6,352,450,219.
rossannan: Buy JMAT or is there more money to made buying this Nano One outfit they are now in bed with?(Disclosure - I have a shedload of Nano One)
philanderer: Johnson Matthey revving up for a stronger year Johnson Matthey (JMAT) may have reported a 5% slide in sales to £3.9bn but the specialist chemicals group is ‘revving up for a stronger year ahead’, says Hargreaves Lansdown. The fall was in line with expectations after a tough first half due to Covid-19, but the board still proposed a final dividend of 50%, bringing the total for the year to 70p. That was 26% ahead of last year although still below pre-pandemic levels. Analyst Laura Hoy said it had not been ‘a pretty year’ but the ‘catalytic converter powerhouse kept the pedal to the metal with efforts to pivot towards electric vehicles and the green revolution’. The phasing out of traditional combustion engines ‘will leave Johnson Matthey in the dust if [it] can’t cement its place in the battery supply chain over the next decade’, she added, though this still looks a big ask. Hoy commented: ‘Still, management is doing everything right. It’s trimmed the fat in “clean air”, where it makes catalytic converters and the bulk of its income. ‘The cash from this segment will be funnelled through to the rest of the group’s more promising future growth avenues, like its eLNO battery materials and hydrogen technologies.’ The shares closed down 3.6%, or 112p, at £30.38 on Thursday. HTTPS://
philanderer: Happy to see it hold above 3000p Hargreaves Lansdown: Investors should remember that while hydrogen and electric vehicles may sound exciting the entire New Markets division makes up just 3.5% of total revenue. It's going to take a lot of time and money before it will become a suitable replacement for converter revenues. Luckily for JMAT, the transition to EVs won't happen overnight. But the writing's on the wall, so the group has no choice but to throw every last pound at expanding a somewhat unproven business. To the group's credit, the balance sheet is in reasonable shape, with net debt below the target range. That means we have no immediate concerns over the group's ability to keep ticking over. We're encouraged by JMAT's commitment to its pivot and management's handling of the pandemic can't be knocked. But that doesn't change the fact that the group is still somewhat in limbo. We think the bumpy road associated with such a massive about turn has been somewhat overlooked, and struggle to be excited by the group's current proposition. HTTPS://
zeppo: RNS today: '26 May 2021 7:00 am Factsheet Johnson Matthey PLC (JMAT) Johnson Matthey and Plug Power green hydrogen MoU'
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philanderer: Guinness’ Riley backs ‘Marmite’ stock Johnson Matthey ‘Marmite’ stock Johnson Matthey (JMAT) is ‘overlooked’ and cheap, according to Guinness fund manager Will Riley. The specialist chemicals group is the seventh largest holding in Riley’s £407m Guinness Sustainable Energy fund, making up 3.8% of the portfolio. He said the company was a ‘bit of a Marmite name in the market’. Its core business is catalytic converters for diesel engines and it struggled last year as the automotive industry slowed down. ‘In terms of its newer businesses, Johnson is quite interesting on a couple of angles,’ said Riley. The manager noted its involvement in supplying chemicals for batteries for electric vehicles as well as its hydrogen division looking at fuel cells. ‘It’s a company that’s got quite big optionality and fundamentally we also think it’s quite cheap,’ he said. ‘It’s a bit of an overlooked name so [with] the combination of a recovery in its core auto division on the converter side and these clean air divisions, we like what we see. And actually, it’s one of our best performers this year.’ The company’s shares closed up 1.5%, or 46p, at £31.45 on Thursday. HTTPS://
philanderer: Jefferies: Johnson Matthey is underrated and cheap The market is too ‘sceptical’ about how Johnson Matthey (JMAT) will be impacted by the shift to electric vehicles, says Jefferies, which has initiated coverage on the chemicals group. Analyst Jaroslaw Pominkiewicz initiated coverage with a ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of £38.75 on the stock, which closed down 0.4%, or 12p, at £29.55 on Tuesday. ‘The market is too sceptical about the impact of the shift from internal combustion to electric vehicles on Johnson Matthey’s catalysts business and underrates its growing exposure to energy transition materials, including batteries,’ he said. Although the group has suffered Covid-19 headwinds, Pominkiewicz said they see ‘strong recovery potential’ and that trading on a full year 2022 price/earnings ratio of 13.5 times ‘the stock is cheap’. HTTPS://
adamb1978: Agreed - I think now is a good time to add JMAT. If they deliver on market forecasts and the multiple returns to where it was (and it should do given the long-term growth of its end markets) then the share price will be over £40 in a couple years. JMAT isn't going to triple overnight or anything nuts like that, but I think is a solid company which will deliver returns in excess of the broader market
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