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RSW Renishaw Plc

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Last Updated: 14:14:53
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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 3,136.00 9,291 14:14:53
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
3,132.00 3,138.00 3,168.00 3,084.00 3,084.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Electrical Machy, Equip, Nec 688.57M 116.1M 1.5951 19.72 2.29B
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:14:53 O 0 3,138.00 GBX

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27/11/202318:58Renishaw 20061,220
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Posted at 01/12/2023 08:20 by Renishaw Daily Update
Renishaw Plc is listed in the Electrical Machy, Equip, Nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker RSW. The last closing price for Renishaw was 3,136p.
Renishaw currently has 72,788,540 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Renishaw is £2,289,927,468.
Renishaw has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 19.72.
This morning RSW shares opened at 3,084p
Posted at 30/10/2023 09:44 by shallow pockets
Well, that didn't take long. Our short position target of 2850 got reached quickly, evidencing that public sentiment consistent with our analysis is broadening. Should we stay short? Well nothing has changed except price. A management crew who are not fit to take the company forwards remains in situ. The ownership structure is out of date and wants to feel comfortable with obsequious underlings. It's wholly inefficient and ill serves external shareholders. So yes, we want to be short. We will be sellers of rallies above 3000, There is the potential for the value of this Company to deteriorate significantly further until changes are made. It could go the way of multiple other large UK companies of the past.
Posted at 26/10/2023 06:52 by pugugly
Key take "Outlook
"Trading conditions remain challenging due to subdued demand, most notably from the semiconductor sector. We continue to see positive investment trends in robotics, defence, low emission transportation and additive manufacturing. "

Only question - Has Mr Market already factored poor TU in the share price or given current world macro situation will we see a new mark down on opening?
Posted at 21/10/2023 12:35 by shallow pockets
It's taken 10 months of stagnation in the share price, but we have now hit our second target of 3100. It's still not a buy. Nothing has changed, except John Deer's health apparently deteriorates further and both key shareholders get even older and more out of touch. Corporate restructuring is required, starting with a new management team. New target: 2850.
Posted at 28/12/2022 12:12 by shallow pockets
Msybe, c3479z, and Rod Laver was once good at tennis, Pele at football. But time catches up with all of us. And then passes us by.

McMurtry's time was up some time ago. His and Deer's aborted share sale was their overt admission of this fact.

Anyone who ignores 12 months of market movement either has only 6pence invested or has his head buried deep in sand, c3479z.

And no, redartbmud, we don't for one moment think William Lee has the first clue about what he is doing. We are told he lacks internal support from mid management who want him out as well. Changing the culture at Renishaw can be done with one stroke of a pen. Get rid of the current senior management, put in place a proper 21st century management team, and the Company has a fighting chance against fierce competition getting fiercer.

Until then, stay short. Target 3100
Posted at 28/12/2022 09:27 by shallow pockets
Yes, c3479z. We know that. But it won't be the first time that larger shareholders make their position untenable. The stock is down 24% this year compared to the FTSE100 being up 2%. Happy as a shareholder? They commence a sale of their stock, and typically, their subjective view that their "baby" that they own is better than it is,akes them price it too high. Failure. Embarrassing. Typical.
My information from within the company is that there can be no progress with McMurtry, Deer (who is very ill) and Roberts still strangling the company and any innovation to death in their own image.

Here's a 2023 prediction for free. None of these these 3 dinosaurs will be at the helm of this Company in 12 months time, allowing a slimmed down company, with non core subsidiaries and excess manpower both to be disposed of promptly.

Until then, stay short. Target 3100.
Posted at 03/11/2022 11:28 by shallow pockets
An update on our short position: based on an updated analysis of the company's managment actions (or mostly inactions), the continued domination by McMurtry of any key decision making, and an/his unwillingness to allow new investors to join the Board, we feel a share price acceleration to the downside is a real risk.

Stay short. New target 3100.
Posted at 23/8/2022 15:04 by fuji99
Not specific to RSW but institutions and investors are getting out of the markets as there is evidence of recession with inflation persisting and rising to possibly 18% next year. In addition, the Russia/Ukraine conflict does not seem to have an end on sight. The China/Taiwan possible disruption of semi-conductors as Taiwan holds 61% of the world production. All these events are making it very difficult to invest for the short or the long term in these markets as nobody can quantify the extent of future effects. This is my own opinion only.
Posted at 06/4/2022 07:26 by redartbmud

You are far more optimistic about the company today.
On 31 March you were looking to buy when the share price reaches 500p and now it's target is 2200p

Hey ho....
Posted at 13/1/2022 08:25 by shallow pockets
This share price continues to move to our revised lower target of 3750, once again now touching our original target of 4000 +/-10%. There is little to no energy left in the leadership, both of whom continue to view it as "their" company, acting in "their" best interests not all shareholders. McMurtry especially and Deer were hugely talented and did what they did at the right time, and worked very hard thereafter. But like all such founder owners, it became personal. Their managerial style remains long out of date, is too conservative and wholly hierarchical. They couldn't/wouldn't sell at fair value in 2021 much as they wished to divest, at their personal valuation which incorporated a lifetime's work, which no one else values at even 1p. So we are stuck without inertia or forward dynamics, and the next layer of management is weak and bullied. The Company needs breaking up into more dynamic parts. Stay short. It will drift below 4000.
Posted at 04/10/2021 07:43 by shallow pockets
The old owners are blocking progress on two fronts: they have employed either young and acquiescent senior management below them, or mid management who are not innovative nor ambitious, both sets of whom are not capable of driving the entire business forwards even if they had free rein, which is the second problem...they don't. McMurtry & Deer and (their FD, Roberts) run it like an old school with a high table

Deer and McMurtry won't sell at a fair price, and as the price goes lower are less likely to sell. The share price is thus a one way bet. Either the company gets broken up and parts are sold off to shrink the business, or we wait until the end game. In the interim, the share price moves to 4000.
Renishaw share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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