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PRV Porvair Plc

696.00
10.00 (1.46%)
14 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Porvair Plc LSE:PRV London Ordinary Share GB0006963689 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  10.00 1.46% 696.00 684.00 698.00 698.00 684.00 684.00 42,656 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Chemicals & Chem Preps, Nec 176.01M 15.97M 0.3445 19.85 317.05M
Porvair Plc is listed in the Chemicals & Chem Preps sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PRV. The last closing price for Porvair was 686p. Over the last year, Porvair shares have traded in a share price range of 522.00p to 738.00p.

Porvair currently has 46,351,837 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Porvair is £317.05 million. Porvair has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 19.85.

Porvair Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/6/2014
13:03
Oh dear.

Gentlemen: can we not confine our comments to all things Porvair? It would be a shame to see this thread become blighted with the sort of playground antics that are so prevalent on other boards.

lurki0
07/6/2014
19:37
Yeah probably a blow on the head or he was picked on as a child and is now seeking his revenge, still he was perceptive on guessing that you are a medic but I would gone a stage further and would say your name William or that your a gynecologist that treats males only. That is good news about the possible buy out Doc.
werty5
05/6/2014
15:22
The interim results are due on June 23.

Growth going forward.

Jobs hope with plan for £3.5m filtration base in New Milton

shauney2
04/6/2014
18:26
Willy: to return to your original point. I placed an order first thing this morning to buy about 500 above the nms. No dice. However - and rather annoyingly - I noticed two buyers managed subsequently to hoover up some stock at my target price: 317.5. They were well within the nms. So as you say stock is tight at the moment. I may split my order, but we'll see.
lurki0
04/6/2014
18:15
Always good to have different views about a share on a BB some will see the glass half empty and others as half full. I Think it is healthy to have a debate and welcome both views but agree that any argument should be kept civil.
werty5
04/6/2014
14:03
Exactly. 2000 shares!?!?!? I rest my case
willydoctor
04/6/2014
10:20
nms is 2000, so anyone can buy 6.5ks worth at the offer with no problems.
pierre oreilly
04/6/2014
10:08
And there's no stock about at all. It's very tightly held and if you try to buy in any quantity you have to pay up for them. Good sign!
I imagine there will be additional good news when figures come out - they will have kept something back for the TU and subsequent conference calls.

willydoctor
03/6/2014
17:34
Punched straight back through the 100 day MA. That'll make a few people sit up.
lurki0
03/6/2014
08:47
Shanklin surely the nature of these contracts will result in a stream of repeat business for their consumables - something akin to printers being sold at a loss in the hope that purchasers will buy premium ink from the manufacturers rather than the myriad of cheaper ink suppliers. I think that it is highly improbable from a health and safety perspective that the oil gas and aero industries would consider using cheaper filters from a backstreet sweatshop in India or China. I declare that I am a holder who retains a small Porvair shareholding from many years ago prior to them holding a rights issue at £2.60 which subsequently took many years for the shareprice and business model to recover. I was really miffed when they sold their specialised clothing business for a song in a MBO only for a large military contract to then be agreed.
investoree
03/6/2014
08:38
Take out the large contracts and they are still ahead.The underlying business is still growing.
Highly rated they may be but for a reason.

That's why they are expanding their facilities in the UK,USA and China.

shauney2
03/6/2014
08:00
So what happens when all this super-duper project work is completed? I see the revenue forecast for next year indicates a considerable drop.
shanklin
03/6/2014
07:33
Nice update should have a good lift in the price today :-)
werty5
28/5/2014
08:56
I've spoken to my broker and this was simply a badly executed fat fingered sell which triggered the automated 'bots, and so the share price fell out of bed. I had to pay extra for 10,000 this morning.
All is on track - this was simply a perfect illustration of the danger of programmed trades, but a perfect opportunity to buy back in again. I didn't think I'd re-enter below £3.
I am sure that the TU will surprise on the upside.

willydoctor
27/5/2014
19:28
TU due in the next 10 days. Looks like MMs went bowling for stop-losses between 3.10 to sub 300. Shabby and cynical, but it's what they do.
lurki0
27/5/2014
18:12
Before this drop I noticed that PRV hadn't suffered the same as some of my other techy shares (e.g. ROR).
This could be just a catch-up.
Backwards PER of 23 rather high after the recent change of market mood.
I was comparing PRV with WEIR over the weekend and thought that if I could increase either (I can't - too many already) I would go for WEIR, simply based on a value for money decision.
Could be a good buy if it is a tree shake though.
Bon chance,
apad

apad
27/5/2014
16:39
I did the same at 290.
georgeg2
27/5/2014
16:34
Yup. Had a few at 290p. Likely to beat expectations again IMHO.
wjccghcc
27/5/2014
16:14
Lovely tree shake it seems!
georgeg2
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