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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
  -112.00 -2.44% 4,474.00 4,460.00 4,468.00 4,650.00 4,458.00 4,650.00 43,010 16:35:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 565.6 139.4 153.2 29.2 3,257

Renishaw Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/9/2021
11:56
Wasn't expecting this a week ago.....
beergut
17/9/2021
21:50
Nice drop at 4pm this afternoonWhat can we look forward to on Monday
beergut
17/9/2021
00:38
Nice close today. This just might be waking up.... But still has a lot of work to do...
beergut
20/8/2021
06:01
Wait for results on 30 September.
linhur
17/8/2021
12:28
All a bit quiet
beergut
19/7/2021
10:25
The share value is now unravelling fast. We have already moved today below 4800, en route to our target of 4250. Why so fast? Stops of the specs that bought for the buyout? To some extent. But savvy investors know where this company currently stands...stuck in deep mud. How do the many family heirs now feel, as their wealth descends fast? How does senior management feel seeing a stuck company with a defunct management and ownership structure? The fall in the share price only accentuates the reluctance of Deer and McM to sell at below "their" fair value, a number which is now far on the horizon. How will this all end? The sum of the parts may exceed the whole, and a break up by selling non performing divisions looks inevitable as the only partial way out and to move forwards. Its all been so predicable, which is the most disappointing part.
shallow pockets
14/7/2021
16:41
Oops! Now we're below 5000. Target remains 4250. This company will remain strangled with dead duck majority owners who not only are well past their sell by date + very unwell in JD's case + wanting to sellout but couldn't at their price & on their terms. Management tier below them is akin to schoolboys who are afraid to ask McM/Deer and their servant FD Allen Roberts for more. It's a typical old school English management structure which worked when McMurtry and Deer were fit, but that time passed several years ago. Senior mgt is desperate for a sale to occur if only to be rid of them and do the many things that can be done with the existing assets and new ideas. Stagnation reigns. Share price will continue to go lower, and thus make sale less possible in vicious negative spiral. Sell.
shallow pockets
09/7/2021
09:19
I also suspect that a sale will remain near the surface while other potential suitors consider options in years to come . This may have gone away for a short while .
9degrees
09/7/2021
09:16
worth remembering that at the outset of Covid Renishaw were a major player along with Aitbus/ Maclaren and others to design and build approx 12000 ventilators for the Govt in rapid time . This involved a restructuring of there premises and modus operadi. I think this demonstrates a co well up with business life, contacts and ability to manage change ,FWIW. Long live british engineering and a can do attitude .
9degrees
08/7/2021
11:31
In a world of algo and quant trading domination, I am not convinced technical analysis has much merit, but if it still does, the charts suggest next support is in low 4000's. Target of 4250 now looks reasonable. Sell.
shallow pockets
07/7/2021
22:07
Come on = this is a decent business and we move on! Aero, Auto will come back stronger and CMM is still going to be needed across the globe for a long time yet.
reddevils1
07/7/2021
12:01
Redartbmud- thank you for a balanced counterpoint, as opposed to the hysterical jingoism of PUGUGLY, whose argument is similar to saying Bobby Charlton should be chosen tonight. Renishaw needs to move forwards rapidly now, as other emerging country and bigger players mature to stand toe to toe with them. Redartbmud's descriptor of the Board and management structure does not inspire investors going forwards that mgt will make the changes and progress, hence the universal view (including that of the majority owners) that new blood was required via a takeover. The days when Deer was the super tough cop and McMurtry the top scientific engineer are over. Investors focus on the future, Pugugly, not the present or past. Sell. PS. I have been in this stock for more than 5 yyears. That's not the point. Its what happens in the next year that matters.
shallow pockets
07/7/2021
11:55
redartbmud = Very fair comment and as you will see from my 1st post after the for sale announcement very much in line with my own opinion at that time Re the idiot share price not using handbags darling - just a baseball bat but you cannot help a know nowt - could probably not take in knowledge even if using a sledge hammer!!
pugugly
07/7/2021
11:48
Come on girls. Put the handbags away. It is what it is, and we are where we are. Renishaw has always been run by McM as a 'private' company that just happens to be quoted. It has grown into a significant business and the controlling owners are getting old. Senior management are by and large promoted from within, and have the Rsw culture ingrained in their psyche. Very clever but little experience of the big wide world. Non-Execs are largely 'yes people' recruited to meet listing criteria. They lack teeth. Having said that they are still up at the top of the tree in core businesses. No idea what may happen next, so it is decision time. Stick or twist? Don't moan about it, as it isn't changing anytime soon. FWIW The outcome is much as I expected from the time of the announcement. I'm sticking. red
redartbmud
07/7/2021
10:49
Besides, what Board place their company on the block in full view evidencing the desire of the majority owners to be hard sellers, without having a strong idea who they are going to sell it to in advance? It looks incompetent, or just out of touch, which Deer is and McMurtry may well be. Investors will now believe there is a long term overhang in the market as both owners slowly divest. Sell.
shallow pockets
07/7/2021
10:46
Pugugly - you are probably better off watching the football tonight than picking stocks. We don't pick stocks because of their flag. We pick them to make money. Renishaw should and could be making more money for their shareholders but have employed too many people, have too high a cost ratio and continue to lose money in non core assets.
shallow pockets
07/7/2021
09:46
Not an employee. Just observant and analytical. It's called divestment of non core assets, not an "asset strip". Take a look at the senior management below Deer and McMurtry. It's threadbare in talent and experience and probably now wholly disillusioned at their career prospects of ever being able to properly run the business, which could be making significantly more net revenue. Today's bounce may represent a last chance to get out.
shallow pockets
07/7/2021
09:35
shallowmpockets . it sounds like you are an employee? if not how do you know theses things?. In my mind much better to keep it as a successful british co doing what it is good at and not asset strip
9degrees
07/7/2021
09:26
It's as bad as it is and no PR spin can change this. We now have the old owners still in place with the powerless younger management team unable to do what is necessary and with little control to do their job. Shedding non core assets and focusing on core businesses is something that has been necessary for several years. Deer is unwell. Mcmurtry is tired. Now we have stagnation. It's as bad as it appears.
shallow pockets
07/7/2021
09:10
Somewhat disappointed with the FSP outcome but the TU extremely positive.
scepticalinvestor
07/7/2021
06:38
Good to see a Great British company stay independent. UK shareholders have been way too short sighted over the last 30 years.
chillpill
07/7/2021
06:35
"unanimously concluded that none would meet the Board's objectives of delivering an outcome that satisfactorily met the interests of all stakeholders." As I had expected - as previouly posted - - Deer & McMurtry were not too concerned about the price - offers (imo) may well have been above market but the key is in the above quoted words - Interpretation - No assets stripers - No US/Chinese takeaways - Very honerable men -
pugugly
07/7/2021
06:07
Well there you have it
scepticalinvestor
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