Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Johnson Service Group Plc LSE:JSG London Ordinary Share GB0004762810 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -0.24% 204.00 202.50 204.00 207.50 196.60 207.50 406,746 16:29:54
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 321.1 33.1 7.3 27.9 754

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/4/2010
14:25
XD was last wednesday according to other sites.
deadly
27/4/2010
12:35
RE - DIVIDEND Below is from the RNS, but is seems is tomorrow that goes EX - DIVI 0.50p can someone confirm that and if posible from were is the info. thanks The proposed final dividend, if approved by Shareholders, will be paid on 21 May 2010 to Shareholders on the register on 23 April 2010.
master rsi
27/4/2010
12:08
is certainly now on the move UP, as MMs are moving prices higher and LIBC goes into the bid 18.75p
master rsi
27/4/2010
11:58
READY for the Move UP Large trades now appearing after some consolidation at the lower part of the chart. Indicators ready for the movement as the Level 2 gets positive
master rsi
21/4/2010
20:10
Passing a shop today and saw that they are now doing shoe repairs.
geraldus
21/4/2010
09:17
Lowry - you were wrong yet again - Tool! No fall on going xd About time you changed your name again - you are starting to make yourself look a bigger fool than ever! CR
cockneyrebel
19/4/2010
18:30
lol - of course it falls on the divi Lowry you tool. Stating the bleedin' obvious! CR
cockneyrebel
19/4/2010
18:07
When they go x divi the shares normally fall so going for the divi is a loser.
ls lowry
19/4/2010
12:23
divi is yours if you're holding at the close tomorrow night. CR
cockneyrebel
14/4/2010
07:45
Grabbed a few for a punt. There certainly seems to be plenty of stock about at the moment.
cwa1
14/4/2010
07:15
you can buy @ 19.15 this am - get a 0.5p divi if you are holding next Tues night then the AGM is May 6th, must be a run up to the AGM imo - just had a few more. CR
cockneyrebel
07/4/2010
08:11
quiet on here???
raginghippo
09/3/2010
16:39
http://www.sharecast.com/cgi-bin/sharecast/story.cgi?story_id=3326218 http://www.liverpooldailypost.co.uk/liverpool-news/regional-news/2010/03/09/profitable-year-for-johnson-services-group-92534-25992898/
knowing
09/3/2010
08:24
Makes > £12m pa. so not dead yet.
randolph and mortimer
09/3/2010
07:28
there you go crookers, a chance to get out this morning, let the muppets rush for them on the headline eps, while wiser souls focus on the negative shareholder funds and high debt (another rights issue eventually shawly?) and the negative outlook........ if there were really good eps, why is the debt not down mûch more, and or the divi up to one third of eps? the laundry biz is really soaking up the cash ain't it.....
ydderf
18/2/2010
09:13
Looks a decent company to me and I will continue to add on the dips as the recent IMS said the company will meet expectations but keep bashing as am managing to get them at a better price thank you As indicated in December, the Group traded satisfactorily during 2009 giving an overall result in line with expectations despite the challenging conditions within the UK economy throughout the last 12 months. Textile Rental Profits in the Textile Rental division are expected to show a modest increase over 2008 despite lower revenue. As reported at the half year, the Textile Rental division has been impacted by both a higher incidence of business closures and by reduced spending by existing customers. This has resulted in reduced revenue and profitability in Johnsons Apparelmaster compared with 2008, with the second half revenue similar to that experienced in the first 6 months of 2009. We are pleased with new customer wins and we believe that we are continuing to gain market share. Stalbridge has continued to focus on customer service and has had success in winning new customers. It has traded above our expectations in the second half, as the business continued to improve efficiency, and it has made a contribution of some GBP1 million for the year as a whole as compared to the GBP0.5 million loss incurred in 2008. Drycleaning Our Drycleaning business has continued to see varying levels of high street spending and like for like sales in the second half were only slightly improved on those experienced in the first half. The investment in modernising stores to promote the GreenEarthtechnology has continued and we remain encouraged by the revenue growth in the GreenEarth branded stores. However, although management action had been taken to reduce costs, profits were lower than in 2008, exacerbated by the very poor weather in December. Facilities Management SGP has achieved modest profitability and revenue growth in a very difficult market in 2009, absorbing the impact of the recent failure of Threshers and the continuing pattern of existing customers restricting their spending levels, including that on major project work. A significant number of contract renewals have been signed during 2009 in addition to new wins such as Subway, Scottish & Newcastle and South West Hants LIFT, all of which are now on stream. The expansion of the Public Sector PFI contract portfolio continued with Worcester Library, due to come on stream at the end of 2010. In 2010 we are intending to invest in additional infrastructure to enable the SGP management team to achieve accelerated growth in the medium to longer term, although this will restrict profit growth in the current year. Net Debt Net debt at the end of December is expected to be approximately GBP68.0 million (June 2009: GBP75.5 million). As announced on 21st December 2009 the Group has secured new bank facilities to April 2013 at an initial amount of GBP78.5 million. Summary Trading conditions remained challenging throughout 2009 and in these circumstances we are pleased to be anticipating an overall result in line with expectations.
wskill
18/2/2010
09:00
Avoid too much debt and unliked.
ls lowry
29/1/2010
11:23
Speculative Buy rating from Growth Company Investor http://www.growthcompany.co.uk/recommendations/1109633/johnson-service-group.thtml
investinggarden
27/1/2010
12:07
I expect this to fall to 15p, infact 12p is possible in the next 6 months.
envirovision
18/1/2010
18:21
still holding the ones I've held for ages - not inclined to sell. Not sure I want to buy any more just yet tho - th volum of shares that go through here at times is amazing. I think you'd get a better feel for the share if they did a consolidation of say 1 new share for every 10 old shares. For a market cap of £54m the amount of £20K to £50K trades that go through are staggering. You look at HRN which has a similar market cap and that goes all day without a trade or one £5K trade in a day being common. 50% of the shares ar in the hands of the large holders too - I dunno where all these shares come from. Frequently see 500K (£100K+) go through yet wuth HRN if I saw that I'd have kittens it's so rare. Been like this for a couple of years too - unbeliveable volume every day for a £54m mkt cap imo. CR CR
cockneyrebel
18/1/2010
17:59
Well that was well behaved...
chrysippus
15/1/2010
17:40
Expect this to get back to its 22-24p trading range. Exciting, isn't it? Good weekend all Best wishes Chrysippus
chrysippus
08/1/2010
14:16
Good entry level I guess if one has a mind to wait for recovery, debt reduced, anemic profits likely, credit to Talbot though, tough job in difficult climate, just didn't see anything to tempt me in at this point. G'luck all
owenski
08/1/2010
10:32
Sold mine this morning too. You need to have very rose tinted spectacles to read this statement in a positive light. In my opinion these shares will not move over the next six months and there are so many other companies who are exceeding expectations.
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