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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nexus Infrastr. LSE:NEXS London Ordinary Share GB00BZ77SW60 ORD GBP0.02
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 192.50p 190.00p 195.00p 192.50p 192.50p 192.50p 3,400 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 134.9 9.2 19.1 10.1 73.38

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/12/2018
10:14
I'll put my head on the block and say this is a raging bargain. Not all of the significantly increased order book is going to get delayed, so I'd expect decent profit growth to be inevitable and there's a good dividend to be going on with. I think it should be on a p/e of 15 on the basis that its a quality business.
yump
07/12/2018
13:42
Don’t forget the potential jewel in their portfolio, the newly launched esmartnetworks, installing high speed electrical charging points, for the exploding electric car market. A quick look at the website blog will tell you who their petrol forecourt deal is with, it’s in pictures and it’s not a small one... NIA and DYOR
tokyojoe007
07/12/2018
13:24
I hope you are right; everything else in my portfolio is going down and showing no signs of Santa!!
dahhad
07/12/2018
12:48
Expect a positive forward looking statement Monday, with more work from Countryside plc housebuiding partnerships, giving a good base level of work for the next 4 years. Should set the company up for a Santa rally boost to the share price.
olliemagern
13/11/2018
10:56
so we know next results to be in line ; strip out net cash (£20 million), shares on about 7 times earnings - 3.4% well covered growing dividend - albeit I only aware of 1 analyst's projections. Business doesn't seem to be worsening and they seemingly have a tight handle on costs. Is all that cash the company's ? Is this now possibly on the turn ahead of update I wonder ; 1 year chart starting to look of interest. NRI.
value viper
02/11/2018
11:53
Nice tick up at last.
shauney2
09/10/2018
08:57
My thoughts exactly
goldry
09/10/2018
08:46
what the ....!!!
dahhad
27/9/2018
15:16
cooeeeee;)
thefartingcommie
11/7/2018
16:07
CFO just bought a whopping 98 shares. That'll steady the ship.
goldry
05/7/2018
12:17
Definitely an encouraging increase. As you say, have to see if it continues.
rp19
05/7/2018
06:51
RP19 - is this a partial answer to your point? Https://www.theconstructionindex.co.uk/news/view/construction-pmi-rebounds-to-seven-month-high Not enough - yet - to be labelled a trend, I suppose.
jonwig
03/7/2018
17:14
I am interested here but in terms of your question, I don't think those targets will be met. To an extent, house builders are keen to restrict supply to heighten demand and retain pricing pressure.
rp19
03/7/2018
16:53
NEXS needs volumes. This helps: The UK’s struggling construction sector bounced back in June, with activity increasing at its fastest level in seven months thanks to a recovery in house building and commercial work. Survey respondents said that house building remained the strongest category of work in the sector, but added that they had seen a rise in new commercial projects. Civil engineering work rose only slightly, they said. Https://www.ft.com/content/7790c7b4-7e9a-11e8-8e67-1e1a0846c475
jonwig
01/6/2018
19:27
Will the target of 300,000 new homes pa by 2020 be met? Greenfield land is being developed at the fastest rate for 25 years as campaigners warn that a Government drive to release land for houses means the countryside is being “concreted over”. Https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2018/06/01/countryside-concreted-greenfield-sites-developed-fastest-rate/ Of course most of the activity is in the south-east. And who does the "picks and shovels" work?
jonwig
31/5/2018
11:01
Results gone down like a lead balloon shame
ronwilkes123
30/5/2018
09:41
I'm not watching buyers and sellers, just the business.
yump
30/5/2018
07:49
Market can soak up 150k buys and not move Yump. It needs rid of the seller imo
ronwilkes123
30/5/2018
07:36
I think that drop was significantly overdone. They're 15% ish ahead of last year, that's despite the delays from the weather. So assuming a pro-rata increase for the full year and removing the £1.7mln exceptional (float costs) and perhaps add in a bit for delays from the first half...
yump
30/5/2018
07:07
They say nothing new about the TriConnex delays but these are down almost entirely to local authorities rather than company or customer. (If they were like Carillion, they'd have booked the revenue already ...) I guess the market has already digested this news and will move forward from here.
jonwig
30/5/2018
06:37
https://www.investegate.co.uk/nexus-infrastructure--nexs-/rns/interim-results-for-the-six-months-ended-31-march/201805300700086021P/ Nexus Infrastructure (NEXS) Add to Alerts list Print Mail a friend Wednesday 30 May, 2018 Nexus Infrastructure Interim results for the six months ended 31 March RNS Number : 6021P Nexus Infrastructure PLC 30 May 2018 Date: 30 May 2018 Nexus Infrastructure plc ("Nexus") Interim results for the six months ended 31 March 2018 Strong fundamentals Nexus, a leading provider of essential infrastructure services to the UK housebuilding and commercial sectors, today announces its interim results for the six months ended 31 March 2018. Highlights: § Group Revenue up 3.8% to £62.9m (H1 2017: £60.6m) § Operating profit up 14.6% to £3.5m (H1 2017: £3.1m) § Profit before tax up 15.3% to £3.4m (H1 2017 £3.0m) § Group Order book increased by 30% to £234.1m (H1 2017: £180.7m) o Tamdown: Order book up 18% to £118.4m (H1 2017: £100.5m) o TriConnex Order book up 44% to £115.7m (H1 2017: £80.2m) Divisional performances: · Tamdown: Revenues up 2.4% to £47.9m (H1 2017: £46.8m) o The gross margin for the period at 16.3% (H1 2017: 15.9%) is in line with margins recorded in the preceding financial years. o Operating margin increased 110 bps to 5.2% (H1 2017: 4.1%), and operating profit increased by 30.4% to £2.5m (H1 2017: £1.9m) · TriConnex: Revenues up 8.4% to £15.0m (H1 2017 £13.9m) o The gross margin for the period improved by 20 bps to 34.1% (H1 2017: 33.9%) o Operating margin improved by 20bps to 12.9% (H1 2017: 12.7%) Strong balance Sheet: · 38.5% growth in net assets of £18.3m at 31 March 2018 (2017: £13.2m) · Net cash of £7.4m (2017: £10.3m) · A 4.8% increase in interim dividend declared of 2.2p per share (H1 2017: 2.1p per share) eSmart Networks launch: · Launch of quality end to end solution to design, install and connect rapid electric vehicle charging points for a variety of customers such as charge point network operators, local authorities, vehicle OEMs, direct B2B and direct B2C. · Wholly owned division of Nexus with investment to date of £0.2m · Secured £0.5m of contracts for installation of rapid charging units in both the South East and the Midlands
douglas fir
25/5/2018
15:09
It only has 38 mill shares in issue - why not blue
ronwilkes123
24/5/2018
15:01
Tipped high frequency of trades since 3
ronwilkes123
23/5/2018
18:32
Newer triconnex job ads talk of a rapidly expanding company
ronwilkes123
21/5/2018
07:39
Where are all the shares coming from to fill the buys. V strange share to watch.
ronwilkes123
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