Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pressure Technologies Plc LSE:PRES London Ordinary Share GB00B1XFKR57 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 81.00 0.00 07:30:03
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
78.00 88.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 28.29 -0.52 -8.60 25
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 81.00 GBX

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Pressure Technologies Daily Update: Pressure Technologies Plc is listed in the Industrial Engineering sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PRES. The last closing price for Pressure Technologies was 81p.
Pressure Technologies Plc has a 4 week average price of 81p and a 12 week average price of 81p.
The 1 year high share price is 115p while the 1 year low share price is currently 52.50p.
There are currently 31,067,163 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 26,758 shares. The market capitalisation of Pressure Technologies Plc is £25,164,402.03.
dibbs: Interest growing, money looking for ways into Hydrogen plays could help PRES? HTTPS://citywire.co.uk/investment-trust-insider/news/hydrogen-trust-fights-bezos-and-gates-for-green-sweet-spot/a1533699?section=investment-trust-insider&_ga=2.193223726.2055687984.1627073201-428048315.1627073201
cerrito: No idea why we have had two price monitoring extension RNS with a flat share price and no reported volume.
cerrito: Good to see purchases by 2 NED’s since results came out yesterday. I was very surprised that after all the funds that have come in from the Greenlane disposal and the equity raise that they have managed to be in technical default with Lloyds. Does not look good, though this is a money good loan for Lloyds, who if my vague memory is correct have security, and all will be alright on the night. The main standout to me after going through the figures is the volatility. Ie defence sales in this half were 3x that of the corresponding period last year and more than the whole of the last FY-I guess project delays contributed.ie this volatility. Also note O&G revenue in this half were 38% of the equivalent half in the previous year and 46% below that of H2 19/20. Call me optimistic but the firmer tone we have had in the oil market in the last months should mean that PMC gets both more enquiries and orders and I guess after all the restructuring they have very high operational gearing. Interested in the comments about delays in sourcing raw materials. I see that the Investors Champion report says that the house broker (I assume Singer) has down graded this 20/21 profit forecasts and have the forecast of an adjusted pre tax loss of £1.1m and next year adjusted pretax profit of £0.9m. Investors Champion also make a big play on hydrogen where PRES have scored some good goals but presumably competition will be very high. Hydrogen is one reason that I do not see myself as buying more as I have a (for me) pretty sizeable holding – albeit much reduced- in both ITM and AFC. As always, the future of the share price depends on none of the institutional shareholders not losing patience.
the deacon: Interesting post over on LSE this morning:Hydrogen across Europe.In the post linked below, Daimler promote the 1200km hydrogen corridor across Europe being developed by Shell - presumably using CSC and PRES as part of the supply chain.The growth in this area over the coming decade or two could be mindboggling...https://www.linkedin.com/posts/daimlertrucksbuses_hydrogen-activity-6802848267483811840-FOWz
cerrito: A generally reassuring AGM statement but no real surprise that as I write the share price is unchanged on the day. I note their comment about increased PMC orders and they should benefit from operational gearing there as long as the oil price remains relatively strong. They talk about trading in line with management expectations but without knowing what they are, not a very useful comment.
skyracer: I keep reviewing this because I am interested, but I keep coming to the same conclusion that PRES are going to be the mugs that don't make much money out of the green revolution and that my cash is better invested elsewhere. Their vessels seem good quality but I suspect PRES are unable to command premium margins at sufficient volume. Still, I will no doubt keep reviewing from time to time.
longshanks: Interesting contract win announced this morning. However it is presented without any supporting figures or encouraging words about future opportunities linked to it.Is this the start of a comeback for PRES?
trombone_89: pres recognition HTTPS://miningbug.wordpress.com/2021/01/26/time-for-hydrogen-itm-cwr-afc-tpg-pres-phe-gtc-26-01-21/
cerrito: You are right Luzley to highlight the hydrogen string to their bow, especially in light of the way that the share price of their neighbour ITM has risen; the experience gained at Pau; and the fact that they are an approved supplier for Shell. All that said remember that hydrogen revenue was zilch in the six months to April, the area that Chesterfield are in is more of a commodity product and I see it difficult for hydrogen to generate a rerating of the shares. They key to the share price in the immediate term depends on the patience of the current institutional shareholders.
cerrito: For me this TU was pretty much as I expected. No immediate improvement in sight for oil and gas and so PMC will continue to struggle. Goodwill impairment logical. Interesting to see how important hydrogen is becoming for the north part of Sheffield with Chesterfiekd and ITM. Key to the share price will be the reaction of Gresham House , who I assume will remain supportive, and if Artmeis, Sharp and Schroder lose patience.If any of those three decide to move on, no way of knowing what the share price will end up and could indeed trigger some form of corporate action as alluded to by Longshanks. I am assuming that Lloyds will give them the flexibility they need given the reduction in net use of the RCF, the promise of the £3.1m Greenlane note and the fact that they have a debenture of the property, plant and equipment. All in all,it must be pretty soul destroying for Chris Walters, the CEO. I am having difficulty seeing a catalyst which could drive the price higher. PS Any of you bought shares in Greenlane???
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