Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Parkwood Hldgs. LSE:PKW London Ordinary Share GB0006816549 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 41.50p 0 06:42:18
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.00p 0.00p - - -
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 113.8 2.4 4.2 9.9 6.59

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07/5/201306:01Parkwood Holdings - a fledgling for your ISA?912
15/12/200416:50Parkwood: High Growth/ Undervalued Outsourcing/PFI Play370
13/11/200316:32PKW - PE of 6.9 and DIV Yld of 6% + Contract news127
09/4/200208:50Marina Progress Update-
27/1/200220:39AAAAA PARKWOOD - PKW54

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dpmcq: MavTT There must be willing sellers for them to get all these illiquid shares, as you have pointed out it should have given the share price a lift. Watching myself for when it starts to force up the price. If the next T/U is ant good then I think these may start to rise anyway!!
diku: So the stock goes ex divi before the results...cart before the horse!!...more like trying to support the share price...
ikn: Just thinking out loud... Councils are making cut backs, so some drop in revenue is expected. I'd think services like park maintenance are core, access to public parks is a right so parks have to be maintained if only from a health and safety issue. Council run leisure centres would also be in demand as consumers trade down from more expensive private gyms. Parkwood debt is an issue but current share price discounts this and last results showed positive cash generated. If Parkwood gets shifted to the AIM then there maybe more short term selling pressure from ISA holders and possibly some funds but most large holders would not by affected. So just my opinion, but Parkwood seems oversold.
milesn: Taffee - You were spot on with your price estimate. Didnt expect it to sink so far so fast though! What also seems strange is Mr Hewitts seeming total disinterest in the disastrous share price performance - partic given his huge vested interest!
davidbrew: Is the market factoring in a lower profit as the weakening of sterling is going to affect the cost of buying plants from Europe within their Coblands division - they made comments in the last results about the adverse currency and it has since fallen a further 20%! The leisure contracts they manage are based on a management fee after they keep the revenue generated - in this recession perhaps membership and use is going to reduce and the most profitable division could take a serious hit? The most speculative reason for the share price fall - are they going to buy Fountain the aim listed company is in financial difficulties and has been in discussions with 3rd parties. Hewitt knew Barry Gamble ousted Chairman and founder of Fountains they being contemporaries. Parkwood may want to expand the green division into Forestry which is Hewitt's background and they would need to launch a rights issue or raise debt to fund big deal. The Grounds side of Fountains would also sit well with Glendale. I had a large holding (for me) but reduced as needed the cash for another project in the late summer and now considering going back in but at what level will it find support - I thought £0.70p but below this now and next stop £0.60? Would be interested to have the views of others
poyntona: Hopefully higher turnover will lead to a lot bigger profits. Does anyone know if Parkwood can just wind up the patient transport business once the existing contracts finish? If they could get rid of this then the share price would go up 50%.
penpont: Yes, normally I'd agree with you Poyntona (and I'd add that Fountains, a business with some similarity, came out with a good statement today). However, the share price fall has been pretty serious, and I'm concerned at why there is no AGM/trading statement to help halt this....
nickjoseph: Share price rising again with little shares traded. Something is going on but what........if you know please share the news. Thanks Nick
nickjoseph: It's looking that way. Share price up and 10k shares are sold. Must be some weekend comment on its way. The shares have had a rest it must now be onward and upward again.
cockneyrebel: M5artin. PE ratios are easy to calculate for yourself and that way you are ahead of ADVFN (not diddicult to be ahead of ADVFN tho!) Just divide the share price by the eps - so 100p share price divided by 5p eps would be 20 - that's the PE. If you are looking at the earnings already published it's the hisoric PE. If you are looking at what brokers forecast for the years ahead it's the forecast PE or forward PE. What they are going to do (the forward PE) is the most important as that is whatthe share price looks at - the future. PKW with a share price of 83p divided by the 9p we seem to be thinking they will now do this year you have 9.2 - the forward PE. Hope that's not stating the bleedin' obvious but if you already know all that there might be some that don't that find it useful. CR
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