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Pressure Tech LSE:PRES London Ordinary Share GB00B1XFKR57 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.00p +1.08% 93.50p 92.00p 95.00p 93.50p 92.50p 92.50p 10,736 08:13:25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 32.2 -3.1 -28.0 - 17.39

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13/12/2016
18:54
I'm out, no dividend.
petewy
13/12/2016
15:10
From Investors Champion House broker forecasts have now been adjusted for the discontinuation of the US operation and for the purchase of Martract which sees a small enhancement to their previous Eps forecasts. For the year ending September 2017, forecasts are now for revenue of £49.6m, pre-tax profit of £1.6m and Eps of 9.1p. Looking forward to 2018, revenue of £57.7m is forecast with Eps rising to 23.5p. Much of the top line growth is forecast to come from the Alternative Energy division which should benefit from the growth in the biogas upgrading market. Forecast free cash flow for 2017 and 2018 is £0.8m and £3.4m respectively.
cockerhoop
13/12/2016
10:39
Nuances I agree but always hard to judge, I think they're a fairly grounded lot and were well before O&G dived, benefit of the doubt from me. Cantor have upgraded this morning from 160 to 170p buy.
paleje
13/12/2016
10:38
For me this paints a bleak picture, I've significantly reduced my holding and had I had a crystal ball I would have sold the entire lot yesterday. I fear it may be sometime before we see yesterdays prices on offer again and in the short and medium term it looks like the chances of being paid to wait are exactly zero !
my retirement fund
13/12/2016
09:08
Fewer than 10000 shares changed hands so folk aren't yet bothered one way or the other.
small crow
13/12/2016
08:43
I know what you mean but I felt that despite the "bullish" tone there was an undercurrent of uncertainty and a statements of hope rather than clear expectation.
longshanks
13/12/2016
08:22
I thought they told it as it is and played down any potential improvement in O&G, shaping the company to prosper without it but able benefit significantly when the sector gets back to sustainable growth. The loss is history and they've been open, the future is what management have done and are doing about it.
paleje
13/12/2016
07:37
A lot of lipstick being displayed with the results today.They need to take care that they don't take on too many porcine or - dare I say it - canine features.Switching from declining profit to loss is the headline news here and they seem oblivious to that fact.
longshanks
11/12/2016
21:17
Had a trawl of the corporate PRES website and those of the subs to see if anything interesting before Tuesday’s results. Good to see last week CSC won an order for subs being built by SAAB for the Swedish Navy-hxxp://www.chesterfieldcylinders.com/news/article.php/?uid=1480661026158- but nothing else; no new orders seem to have been won by Greenlane since the Sept 1 announcement of the deal in Quebec-possible that they have Greenlane deals which they are waiting to announce with the prelims. Not surprising the recruitment page of CSC shows no current jobs.
cerrito
11/12/2016
17:31
Agreed, and I don't think they'll over egg things, but since their last update at end August (extract below) things have improved with OPEC and now non-OPEC agreeing production cuts and there is evidence of investment going back into the sector so I'm optimistic. ''Looking to the 2017 financial year, trading conditions in the oil and gas market continue to be challenging and while the market is balancing, the outlook for recovery is slow. We therefore anticipate that trading in our manufacturing divisions will remain around its current level throughout the next financial year.''
paleje
10/12/2016
08:39
The outlook statement in the results will be the key driver for the short term price (unless there is a surprise in the green energy division).
miavoce
09/12/2016
15:46
Results Tuesday I think, which will be poor as already advised. The acquisition seems to have been ignored but it sounds sensible to me and with O&G outlook improving I think better times ahead, have always been good management here just got stuck in the sector rut.
paleje
01/11/2016
20:58
Whilst Weir did report that fully year profits would be slightly below expectations it was pleasing to see that that an improvement in old & gas is anticipated. Looks like things may be on the cusp of a positive turn. "There are signs in the Group's third quarter performance that our core markets have started to improve. Minerals aftermarket orders returned to growth and North American Oil and Gas customers started planning for higher activity levels next year. The Group's trading results reflected the low point in the North American oil and gas market and tougher conditions in the Middle East. "Assuming commodity prices remain supportive, we anticipate further sequential growth for the Oil & Gas division in the fourth quarter but little improvement in the pricing environment. Given conditions in the Middle East as well, we now expect the division to be around breakeven in the fourth quarter and slightly lossmaking for the full year. The combined outlook for Minerals and Flow Control is unchanged. Therefore, including a small further foreign exchange benefit, the Group's full year 2016 profits are expected to be slightly lower than current market expectations."
miavoce
01/11/2016
19:47
Weir profit warning
nw99
01/11/2016
06:17
CNBC Oil prices could go south of $40 a barrel if OPEC deal fails, expert says Christine Wang | @christiiineeee 9 Hours Ago
larva
11/10/2016
12:16
It's lose not loose and losses not looses. I hope you're better at numbers.
ricardothebrave
11/10/2016
11:50
I can't get me breath! my retirement fund30 Aug '16 - 12:06 - 1639 of 1655 0 0 They will need to do a round of funding - equity funding would be the best option imo however they will need to get a crack on with it before this becomes a penny share imo
cockerhoop
11/10/2016
11:00
Did you loose money here on the way down then bud? That's too bad hope you've learnt from your mistakes and your looses were not to great :-) :-)
my retirement fund
11/10/2016
10:42
I laughed, me mate laughed blueball6 Nov '15 - 21:39 - 1515 of 1653 0 0 How low can this go..? My Retirement Fund6 Nov '15 - 22:17 - 1516 of 1653 0 0 55 pence
cockerhoop
11/10/2016
10:09
Too funny....... My Retirement Fund27 Apr '16 - 08:30 - 1593 of 1651 0 1 I thought this looked extremely overvalued. Question for shareholders is can it survive?
cockerhoop
11/10/2016
10:05
This is due a significant turnaround and eventual re-rating imo.
my retirement fund
20/9/2016
13:45
Interesting article on the drill ships sitting idle in cold storage: hTTp://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-09-19/at-500-million-a-pop-it-s-an-oil-gamble-that-has-no-precedent Maybe certification work on eventual power up for PRES
cockerhoop
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