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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  -17.00 -2.79% 592.00 31,332 12:16:12
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
592.00 604.00 592.00 586.00 591.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 791.00 40.75 38.73 15.3 467
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
12:16:12 AT 205 592.00 GBX

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Posted at 29/9/2022 09:20 by Renew Daily Update
Renew Holdings Plc is listed in the Construction & Materials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RNWH. The last closing price for Renew was 609p.
Renew Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 586p and a 12 week average price of 586p.
The 1 year high share price is 874p while the 1 year low share price is currently 580p.
There are currently 78,862,743 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 98,641 shares. The market capitalisation of Renew Holdings Plc is £466,867,438.56.
Posted at 21/9/2022 22:47 by rivaldo
Certainly intriguing to get a second director share purchase just before the year end. I think an "ahead" statement is possible - the Board meeting to look at the final management accounts for the year won't have happened yet, so the directors are still free to buy at this stage. Even if not, at minimum it would seem that the final figures and/or the outlook will be encouraging.
Posted at 21/9/2022 13:10 by harrogate
Another director share purchase. Timing is as you say interesting but probably means we are not going to get an ahead statement in September like last year. All good though as they are not regular buyers.
Posted at 13/9/2022 17:09 by cwa1
Director / PDMR Shareholding Renew (AIM: RNWH), the Engineering Services Group supporting UK infrastructure, announces that David Brown, Chairman, has notified the Company that earlier today he purchased 5,878 ordinary shares of 10p each in the Company at a price of 677p per share. As a result, David Brown's holding in the Company is now 12,920 shares representing 0.016% of the issued share capital.
Posted at 06/9/2022 09:34 by rivaldo
Good to see RNWH described as "exciting" by Chris McVey of the FP Octopus UK Multi Cap Income Fund :o)) Https:// "The FP Octopus UK Multi Cap Income Fund blends UK shares from across the entire British equity market to construct a portfolio capable of above-market earnings and dividend growth throughout the economic cycle. The fund seeks to generate an attractive and growing dividend yield. It benefits from being able to pick stocks where we see the most attractive opportunities at the most exciting valuations, regardless of a company’s size. Following the recent market turbulence, many companies have seen their share prices disconnect from the underlying business performance, particularly within the small and midcap sectors. We are therefore fortunate to have a large number of exciting opportunities on very attractive ratings." "Engineering long-term growth Renew Holdings (Aim: RNWH) is a UK-focused engineering-support services provider. It operates on some of the country’s most challenging infrastructure networks, including rail, water and energy. The business operates with strong market positions underpinned by long-term, non-discretionary spending cycles. The company’s commercial agreements are also partly pegged to inflation, which allows it to better manage the challenge of increasing prices that are inflicting pain on many other UK shares. The group has seen revenues rise by over 13% in the latest half-year report. Given the ongoing need for infrastructure spending in the UK, partly driven by the levelling-up agenda and the “greening” of the economy, we think Renew will continue to make significant progress."
Posted at 15/8/2022 07:09 by rivaldo
Impressive new NED appointment today - as ex-CEO of Yorkshire Water and with over 12 years' experience in the regulated water sector she should bring lots of contacts and insights in helping to grow RNWH's water division: Https://
Posted at 29/7/2022 11:50 by rivaldo
Buys coming in at 779p and now 789p....perhaps more/larger trades will be reported later since these are relatively small. Overhang cleared? Something occurring? Maybe even takeover interest (there has been mention of this being a possibility in the past)? Or simply a re-rating taking RNWH nearer to where it should be valued.
Posted at 20/7/2022 13:18 by rivaldo
The new Sizewell C nuclear power plant has just been given the go-ahead, costing £20 billion: This should be good news for RNWH given Seymour Civil's existing large presence at Sizewell B (and Sellafield etc).
Posted at 07/4/2022 15:06 by wad collector
Yes , I expected to see more share price rise today with the Gov announcements including the Nuclear power plans, surely good for RNWH?
Posted at 22/11/2021 14:09 by rivaldo
Peel Hunt's 20 page note from early November (with a 900p target) is actually very well written and a good read - finally there's someone who "gets it" as regards RNWH's attributes and both defensive and growth characteristics. Interestingly they consider their forecasts are conservative. And they have a 957p valuation on a conservative DCF basis which does not reflect any potential from M&A growth. They conclude as follows: "Valuation The shares trade on 14.6x/14.5x/13.5x FY22/23/24E EPS. We would also highlight the strong free cash flow yield: 6.2% in FY23E, rising to 6.7% in FY24E. It is important to recognise that Renew is not directly comparable with other UK-listed contractors (given its exposure to longer-term frameworks, exposure to more resilient and enduring services, and the directly employed workforce). The recent outperformance has in part been driven by this growing appreciation of the differentiation and operational resilience. However, the most recent EPS upgrade seems to have been somewhat overlooked, in our view. Historic multiples In terms of PE multiples, Renew has traded on a 12-month forward PE of between 8.5x (December 2018) and 16x (September 2021). The market has started to recognise Renew’s quality of compounding earnings and long-term growth opportunities better, with the cash-financed acquisition of Browne (March 2021) an important catalyst. Even more recently, as we illustrated in Chart 13, the continued growth in forward EPS has been met with some share price weakness. Compounding growth peers Although Renew operates in similar market verticals to other listed infrastructure companies, the different business model, financial characteristics and M&A potential materially distort comparisons. As noted earlier, we believe this differentiator has only been partially recognised by the market. However, we are able to make some more meaningful comparisons to other growth compounding companies, in particular those that can augment organic growth (including structural growth) with selective M&A, such as Renew. Discounted cash flow We do not use our DCF as a primary valuation tool, but rather as a sense check. Our standalone conservative base-case DCF values Renew at 957p. This does not reflect any potential future bolt-on M&A growth (including structural growth) with selective M&A, such as Renew. Conclusion Our share price target of 900p is driven primarily by the organic growth potential and compounding free cash flow model. We see our estimates as conservatively set also given our assessment of the market dynamics. Future M&A is likely to drive EPS upgrades as well as open up new opportunities. Renew remains a conviction Buy in our opinion."
Posted at 09/11/2020 15:35 by wad collector
Wow , who would have suspected the news of one vaccine preliminary results would be so dramatic on the markets? Untested in the vulnerable groups, no information on mortality reduction, major logistic problems with distribution of a thermally unstable RNA compound are just some of the problems , but hope is driving the markets up. If you are not in the at-risk groups don't hold your breath , you won't be getting a covid immunisation pair of appointments soon! But at least it is taking the RNWH share price back up to where we mostly agree it ought to be.
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