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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Renishaw Plc LSE:RSW London Ordinary Share GB0007323586 ORD 20P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 4,582.00 4,582.00 4,592.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 565.6 139.4 153.2 29.9 3,336

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/10/2014
07:51
APAD Good find. Thanks red
redartbmud
01/10/2014
07:29
www.fool.com/investing/general/2014/09/30/1-metal-3d-printing-company-that-3d-systems-corpor.aspx
apad
19/9/2014
09:56
Chart turning up here imo. CR
cockneyrebel
07/9/2014
17:01
robin Thanks for posting the link. Agreed, very interesting indeed. red
redartbmud
07/9/2014
11:44
A very interesting profile of Sir David McMurtry in this month's Institution of Mechanical Engineers magazine: hxxp://www.imeche.org/news/engineering/full-measure
robinnicolson
01/8/2014
09:17
Maybe not.
miss ann thrope
01/8/2014
07:41
There goes the secret sign lads a trade of ONE,get piled in LOL
miss ann thrope
25/7/2014
07:19
Red.. As part of the final results statement released on 24 July 2013 Renishaw advised... "Investor communication During the year the Board has reviewed its policy on communications with shareholders and the analyst and investor community. The Board will provide all shareholders with information at the same time, in the same forum or medium, and ensure that the level and quality of information provided is significantly enhanced. As a consequence, no private meetings will be held by directors with investors, potential investors or analysts, however, shareholder meetings with the Chairman, the Senior independent director and/or any other non-executive director may be arranged where a shareholder wishes to communicate their views............." I was in a rather flippant and mischievous way suggesting that the loss of the "private meetings" could have resulted in a few Spivs being "caught short".
whitestone
25/7/2014
06:11
red I think they stopped briefing the Tintins. apad
apad
24/7/2014
22:23
white Have they? On what basis do you think that they are 'revealing all'? red
redartbmud
24/7/2014
17:07
I rather suspect a few were "caught short" in more ways than one..!! That Renishaw have decided to level the information disclosure playing field has apparently caught a few out......
whitestone
24/7/2014
14:12
APAD My strategy is to buy the dip, then sell enough to recover my stake and keep the balance as additional free shares. I continually reduce my cost base and increase the yield. It may not be by much but, to coin a phrase: 'Every little helps' red
redartbmud
24/7/2014
13:51
I couldn't disagree more Red, I used to be involved in university research funding and was hugely impressed by RSW's understanding and strategy. I particularly admire McFarland. In my view the worst that could happen would be succession by younger management out to prove something (especially if they were accountants and management types). I was also involved in additive manufacturing 15/20 years ago, when it was going to take the world by storm :-) The GKN Aerospace liaison is exactly the way to approach this market and the experience not to be carried away by hype protects us shareholders. RSW management/owners view profits as a byproduct - they are in the business of creating a gem of a company and polishing it to perfection. I bought at 460, 670 and 1124 (the last on a dip in Sept. 11) and wouldn't dream of selling, unfortunately it is now too large a part of my portfolio to increase. Relax and enjoy the ride. apad
apad
24/7/2014
13:35
APAD I cannot fault your last sentence re; buying opportunities. Neither can I fault the product development pipieline, but I am convinced that it is time to shake up the board. McM Dee & Rbts all ageing. time for real succession planning, and perhaps a different take on financial management/prudence. The additive market will be brutal as it develops and I am not sure that the conservative Rsw will be hard nosed enough to compete. I retain Rsw as a large part of my portfolio. red
redartbmud
24/7/2014
10:45
It looks to me like additive manufacturing could be a sweet spot. Iff so then the current price could be seen as something of a bargain. Given the control that the founders have we could ride the wave for quite a time. The market's desperation for jam today means that RSW will always present buying opportunities. apad
apad
23/7/2014
15:41
misanthrope also misanthropist n. One who hates or mistrusts humankind. [French, from Greek msanthrpos , hating mank
redartbmud
23/7/2014
15:39
Don't be surprised if we see the stck down tomorrow, but I wouldn't put money on that fact. It is just possible that the market overreacted today.
redartbmud
23/7/2014
15:17
We will need a share split if this continues
miss ann thrope
23/7/2014
15:02
Oops. My sale is looking silly now. I should have doubled up my purchase! I told you that the market doesn't 'get' Rsw. Never mind, a profit is a profit and better than a loss.
redartbmud
23/7/2014
15:02
Oops. My sale is looking silly now. I should have doubled up my purchase! I told you that the market doesn't 'get' Rsw. Never mind, a profit is a profit and better than a loss.
redartbmud
23/7/2014
10:36
Strong performance in the Far East...perhaps Renishaw are providing equipment to one of Apple's manufacturers, such as Foxconn in China, for the large scale production of the new iPhone 6 (70-80 million phones). It is rumoured to launch in late September. Renishaw's equipment was used in the manufacture of the iPhone 5... check out the official iPhone 5 video at about the 4.59 minutes point, where a Renishaw branded machine can be seen in the production of the iPhone. Presumably Renishaw equipment will also be used in the manufacture of new iPads. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5X5cV-4LRo
robinnicolson
23/7/2014
09:45
got a few @ 1709
miss ann thrope
23/7/2014
09:19
deadly The market does not 'get' Rsw, so sometimes it gets the valuation wrong. I bought on the dip a couple of days ago and sold this morning, for a nice turn. I still hold my investment stock intact. red
redartbmud
23/7/2014
08:11
These results make a mockery of the recent lows. But I'm surprised at the 15% jump today given that EPS are down 7%. -- Record revenue of GBP355.5m (2013: GBP346.9m). -- Record quarterly revenue of GBP107.0m achieved in final quarter.
deadly
26/6/2014
10:08
57 Job vacancies 26 June
apad
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