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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Renew Holdings Plc LSE:RNWH London Ordinary Share GB0005359004 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  16.00 3.11% 530.00 524.00 530.00 540.00 504.00 504.00 57,699 16:35:02
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 600.6 37.8 29.6 17.9 416

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04/9/2020
07:26
SCSW last weekend stated that the shares "could in a couple of years be making an assault on £10". Which would be nice.
rivaldo
04/9/2020
07:16
550 target
nw99
04/9/2020
07:01
Yes awesome rec from SCSW
nw99
04/9/2020
06:53
Thank you #RNWH After a poor day yesterday, It's nice to wake up to "the Board expects the Group's full-year results to be materially ahead of current market expectations" have to say SCSW called it spot on as front page at the weekend.htTps://www.scsw.co.uk/searchresults.php?textfield=Renew+-+Expecting+a+COVID-19+bump+up&ftype=
abarclay
04/9/2020
06:45
This is going down well on Twitter lots of positive noise. Didn't realise Gordon (glasshalfull) has started buying these as well.
igoe104
04/9/2020
06:41
Consensus was about 36.5m so that’s about a 10% beat. Let’s hope for a similar rise in the share price .
dr biotech
04/9/2020
06:39
Absolutely fantastic considering covid, it just shows how crazy markets can be.
igoe104
04/9/2020
06:26
Superb :-)
cwa1
04/9/2020
06:16
Wow materially ahead
nw99
04/9/2020
06:16
Yep, a terrific update today: https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/renew-RNWH/share-news/Renew-Holdings-PLC-Trading-Update/83198908 - trading "materially ahead of current market expectations" - strong cash generation - the 30th September will see a net cash position, again ahead of expectations - the acquisition of Carnell is going very well - and this was achieved despite the nuclear maintenance activities having largely wound down due to COVID-19, so imagine the effect when these are fully working again! RNWH's share price should be substantially higher than this imo given (1) its defensive strength, (2) its increasing growth potential in all its divisions over the next few years, and (3) its likely single-digit P/E.
rivaldo
04/9/2020
06:04
Excellent news. Trading ahead of expectations and more importantly expect to be in a net cash position by year end. Class act, significantly under appreciated by the market.
rimau1
03/9/2020
16:38
Exactly, it get classified as support services which is a dog of a sector
rimau1
03/9/2020
12:44
This one is not capital works but repair and mainenance
thomasearnshaw
03/9/2020
10:50
Just a guess but its an unloved sector and Costain took a huge hit this morning. 80% essential work but it still leaves 20% of doubt. Always a risk of delay in customer orders in this environment. I continue to add and will do so each step down. My lowest add during the crash was £3.80 so this can’t drift much lower IMO
rimau1
03/9/2020
10:39
wad collector: I have been pondering the same question myself. It seems that BlackRock are reducing their position and then there is the suspension of dividend payments; your pensioners never like that one! However, the dividend money is being used to pay off their debt and some confidence has been shown with insider buying of shares. I'm baffled too.
cfb2
03/9/2020
10:11
It is hard to find anyone who does not think this is a good company and a safe investment, and yet the share price continues to drift downwards. Please solve this enigma , it suggests that the big players don't agree.
wad collector
02/9/2020
14:45
Obviously it will help (i.e boost) this year's numbers as it's already started. And equally obviously it won't be a huge amount, but as you say it's simply useful and nice to see. So there's really no need for pedantry!
rivaldo
02/9/2020
13:03
Though another useful small-ish contract, I am not sure, rivaldo, how you can make the following statement: "Another contract win which should boost the result for the year ending this month" The project is only commencing this month so will have very little impact on the figures (revenue or profit) at the end of the very same month.
grahamburn
02/9/2020
11:16
Another contract win which should boost the result for the year ending this month: Https://www.eastdurhamnews.co.uk/2020/09/01/works-starts-on-2-25m-regeneration-scheme-in-seaham/ "Works starts on £2.25m regeneration scheme in Seaham Sep 1, 2020 Work is underway to enhance a seaside town’s rich heritage as part of a £2.25 million regeneration scheme. Durham County Council launched the Seaham Townscape Heritage Project last November after securing a £1.6 million grant from The National Lottery Heritage Fund towards the works. The project is aimed at breathing fresh life into Seaham’s historic town centre and focuses on the regeneration of targeted properties in the Church Street area. It will also help to encourage pedestrian movement around the centre, boosting footfall and aiding the town’s recovery from the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.... ...Seymour Civil Engineering Contractors is carrying out the work on the council’s behalf, following a successful tender submission. It is the first phase of the public realm works, with enhancements also planned for the North Terrace, Terrace Green and South Terrace areas later this year. This includes the restoration of exposed Rainton Railway Line tracks to create a focal point. etc"
rivaldo
01/9/2020
21:36
It is Investec that have 8.5% not Invesco.According to Eikon the Invesco European Small Company Fund had 940,000 as at 31st July which is 1.2%.....
bsdjj
01/9/2020
18:14
I accept it is an overhang but I don't see how it can be Invesco. The last annual report gives the 26/11/19 position with Invesco at 8.5%. Since then there have only been 2 RNSs on holdings - BlackRock just above then just below 5%. If it was Invesco they would have had to report on crossing 8%. Perhaps it is Black Rock dumping the rest. Some companies update their websites regularly on this (AIM rule 26) but the RNWH site gives the same as the annual report - now 9 months out of date.
sharw
01/9/2020
15:54
Definitely has been an overhang. Been an offer in the market every day for the last two months. I thought they were done a few weeks ago but was wrong. The offer is still there....Looking at the shareholding list on Eikon confirms that it has been Invesco that has been selling. They had a reorganisation of fund managers a few months ago (that included Mark Barnett being booted off his fund) and looks like the fund that held them got taken over by someone that didn't want Renew.The last update showed Invesco had sold 600k but that is quite a few weeks out of date. From memory they had about 1.5 million so it is good to see the trading volume up in the last few days and hopefully the order has been nearly filled.Just a shame that the overhang has caused the stock to drift down during the summer as there has not been much liquidity. Nothing to do with the strong fundamentals of the company which have not changed.Id love to be the one to buy the last 5000 of the order....
bsdjj
01/9/2020
11:39
I've bought in here agreed
nw99
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