Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nexus Infrastructure Plc LSE:NEXS London Ordinary Share GB00BZ77SW60 ORD GBP0.02
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.00 -1.42% 208.00 13,420 11:37:20
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
204.00 212.00 216.00 208.00 211.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 155.10 5.71 10.95 19.0 94
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:42:55 O 400 206.00 GBX

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Nexus Infrastructure Daily Update: Nexus Infrastructure Plc is listed in the Household Goods & Home Construction sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NEXS. The last closing price for Nexus Infrastructure was 211p.
Nexus Infrastructure Plc has a 4 week average price of 173p and a 12 week average price of 168.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 216p while the 1 year low share price is currently 120p.
There are currently 45,260,750 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 57,521 shares. The market capitalisation of Nexus Infrastructure Plc is £94,142,360.
the deacon: A few institutions have either added or initiated positions recently. I think NEXS offers a very interesting way to play the EV/energy transition thematic. Clearly the eSmart business arm is in the midst of a rapid growth period
boadicea: Roadside recharging is not quite the three minute exercise to which we are accustomed with liquid fuels. This will motivate other changes in the nature of refuelling/charging stations. Two particular factors that enter into the equation are - (1) time - recharging will be most conveniently done when we are engaged with other considerations such as eating and (2)cost - recharging can be done most economically (profitably) where there is a cheap source of electric power. The influence of the first factor is already apparent with the installation of charging facilities in hotel and pub car parks from where I imagine most of NEXS work comes. The other consideration might place charge points close to large scale solar sites. Solar generation is a low voltage dc process requiring inversion to grid voltage for transmission. Charging is a low voltage dc process requiring transformation and rectification to dc for charging. The processes are not technically arduous but every step intrdouces some losses which add up. It seeme logical to me to put charging stations adjacent to solar power field where both up- and down- voltage inversion, transformation, rectification can be eliminated and replaced with minimal series/parallel arrangement which leaves *only* the question of power storage to be solved. That is a big 'only' but given that the solar fields occupy a lot of surface area, the space below that surface can be allocated to other use, eg. for a large scale vanadium reflow battery (VRFB) which is another essentially low voltage dc process. Solar generation, vehicle charging and large scale power storage are currently seen as three rather separate developmental fields but they clearly fit well together. Proposals for a pilot scheme would probably be looked on favourably and funding offered.
the deacon: NEXS got a mention on the VSA Tech and Transitional Energy podcast today. They're apparently taking to NEXS next week to find out more about the business
yump: Not sure the admission price is relevant - higher prices are often quoted by punters who work on the theory that if something has dropped from a peak, it has potential to get back there, but that ignores the reason it dropped. Still got quite a few of these but it looks like Tamdown has more than just covid impact to sort out, which imo will be a drag on earnings.
energeticbacker: Full year results from Nexus for the year ending 30 September 2020 were broadly in line with revised expectations. Investor's Champion comments that at the current price of 140p the shares sit 24% below the 2017 AIM admission price of 185p. Unfortunately, it has been tough going since listing, but the management team has grown Triconnex from a start-up in 2011 to become a really nice business delivering attractive margins, and they could achieve the same with eSmart networks as its market grows.
yump: In theory NEXS should be a beneficiary of the new electric car targets.
yump: Its a real shame that just as they post a 20% growth in profits and earnings, covid came along. NEXS might well have had earnings of say 16p and resuming growth I think that could easily have justified a share price well north of the previous high. Reluctantly I got rid of a chunk when the share price was stable at 180p. No idea what to do with the other half, except hold. 7 million shares is around a 20% dilution. So when its fully recovered, that might put the shares on a lowish p/e of around 10, assuming the dilution cancels out 20% growth (very approx.) Maybe a long wait for a year or so for full profits recovery, but still good longer term prospects imo.
investor73: Interim results for the six months ended 31 March
investor73: Firm placing raising £10 million
yump: When you look at the comments in the trading update, its clear they won't get anywhere near eps forecasts of 16-17p for a while, so a difficult decision at this price. Assuming perhaps flat earnings. The share price did recover fast though.
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