Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Senior Plc LSE:SNR London Ordinary Share GB0007958233 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.20 -0.12% 171.70 171.00 171.60 174.10 168.50 168.50 357,124 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 1,082.1 61.3 12.0 14.3 720

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22/3/2013
16:27
I have been expecting SNR to suffer when and ever Boeing is subject to any adverse comment concerning its current 787 'grounding situation'. I consider SNR's done very well since releasing Results, even in face of wider jittery market conditions. However, Boeing's current position will continue, in my view to prove to be its 'Achilles heel' until the whole matter is finally resolved. http://www.sharecast.com/cgi-bin/sharecast/story.cgi?story_id=20779551
mazarin
18/3/2013
19:05
The government is planning to create an Institute for Aerospace Technology. http://metro.co.uk/2013/03/18/uk-aerospace-industry-gets-a-2bn-technology-institute-3547931/ http://www.sharecast.com/cgi-bin/sharecast/story.cgi?story_id=20767791
grigor
18/3/2013
15:08
' Engineering activity remains high as work gathers pace to design and produce products for early stage test aircraft and engines for new aircraft programmes, such as the CSeries, A320neo, and A350, '
broadwood
18/3/2013
15:00
And a mas8ive order for Airbus too. 240 new planes.
broadwood
18/3/2013
09:42
Dreamliner to be flying again sooner rather than later apparently. So welcome news for SNR.
broadwood
14/3/2013
09:11
Trying to break 250p. Once its pushed passed that, I think it will rise further nicely. Well I hope!
8mp
07/3/2013
14:13
Upgraded and TP increased. Investec Senior PLC 07/03/2013 Upgrades Hold Add 1 220.00 250.00 243.40 30 1
broadwood
27/2/2013
10:39
FAA still not cleared Dreamliner for more test flights - but making little difference here. Still basking in the results.
broadwood
26/2/2013
15:11
N+1 Singer Senior PLC 26/02/2013 Retains Buy Buy 0 270.00 270.00 237.00 0 2
broadwood
25/2/2013
21:45
Boeing battery fix suggestion. My immediate concern is how much additional weight will these 'boxes' impact upon performance. Hardly a fix, in my view more an acceptance that the batteries currently can't easily be redsigned...! An ' If you can't fix it , then contain it' approach.. http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2013/feb/22/boeing-dreamliner-787-battery-fix-faa
mazarin
25/2/2013
16:27
Yep, I'm waiting on GKN too and WEIR on Wednesday. At least we've held our gains here despite Dow heading South.
broadwood
25/2/2013
10:48
Excellent results to add to those of RR, civil aerospace looks very bouyant at the moment, GKN results due tomorrow and also I believe AVG interims though you never know with AIM companies.! I hold all four as very bullish about this sector.
rogerrail
25/2/2013
10:35
N+1 Singer Senior PLC 25/02/2013 Retains Buy Buy 0 270.00 221.30 270 2
broadwood
25/2/2013
09:43
Aeronautics and industrial component manufacturer Senior has today unveiled somewhat mixed figures, albeit accompanied by an improvement in margins, an upbeat outlook and while delivering a 22% increase in its full-year dividend. The company's profit before taxes grew by 16% to £83,4m on the back of an increase in revenues from continuing operations of 14% to £712m. The latter was modestly less than forecast by analysts. The firm's most important other metrics of financial performance also improved. Hence, its free cash flow gained 4% to £57.6m while its net debt decreased by £22m to £70.9m. On this point the group's Chief Executive highlighted that Senior's net debt to EBITDA ratio stood at only 0.6 times at year-end. Hence, in his own words, the Group: "[is] well placed to fund future organic and acquisitive growth." Adjusted operating margins rose by one tenth of a percentage point versus last year, to 13.9%. The first few weeks of 2013 saw the Group perform 'in-line' with the Board's expectations. The Flexonics Division – which includes equipment for emissions control as well as for industrial processes - is benefiting from solid sales to the North American heavy-truck market, but being impacted by weakening European passenger vehicle production, and the Aerospace Division is seeing healthy volumes from large commercial aircraft but a continuing decline in the military and defence market, Senior explained. Analysts highlight lower taxes, improved margins Commenting on the results this is what analysts at Investec had to say: "Following the lower tax guidance (22.5% from 23.0%) and improved margins, we expect to upgrade our estimated fiscal year 2013 earnings per share of 18.0p by 2-3% although we need to understand the revenue miss in more detail. "With many moving parts, we see headwinds from European autos and on-going concerns about the important B787 programme, and tailwinds from FX (strengthening US$) and improving Flexonics revenue mix. We don't see a major catalyst on the near-term horizon." Dividend cover to remain at 3.8 The Board is recommending a final dividend of 3.27 pence per share (2011 - 2.65 pence) which, if approved, would bring the total dividends, paid and proposed, in respect of 2012 to 4.65 pence per share, an increase of 22% over 2011 in line with the increase in adjusted earnings per share. Significantly, the company points out that, at the level recommended, the full-year dividend would be covered 3.8 times (2011 - 3.8 times) by adjusted earnings per share
broadwood
25/2/2013
08:40
Off to the races now.
broadwood
25/2/2013
08:10
First market reaction positive. New all time highs.
broadwood
25/2/2013
07:09
From Chairman - 'although some other markets are anticipated to be more challenging' - only negative I can see. As we enter the start of a new year, Senior's most important end-market, large commercial aerospace, remains strong and, although some other markets are anticipated to be more challenging, the Group continues to expect to make further progress during 2013. Looking further ahead, a healthy number of new aerospace programmes going into production, together with expected market share gains in both the Aerospace and Flexonics Divisions, mean the outlook for Senior remains encouraging
broadwood
25/2/2013
07:07
Margin improvement continuing and 22% increase in dividend. Commenting on the results, Mark Rollins, Group Chief Executive of Senior plc, said: "2012 saw Senior deliver another year of record results. Adjusted profit before tax increased by 17% and adjusted earnings per share by 22%, driven by revenue growth and a strong first year's performance from the recently acquired Weston business. Continued healthy operating cash flows resulted in a net debt to EBITDA ratio of only 0.6 times at year-end, leaving the Group well placed to fund future organic and acquisitive growth. Trading has been in line with expectations since the start of 2013 and this, combined with healthy longer-term prospects for the Group, gives the Board the confidence to recommend a 22% increase in the full year dividend for 2012, in line with the increase in adjusted earnings per share
broadwood
25/2/2013
06:53
Stand by your beds.
broadwood
22/2/2013
13:36
Results on Monday
gco1133a
22/2/2013
13:21
Standard Life now over 5%.
broadwood
22/2/2013
09:37
Boeing execs meeting with the Aviation authority today to try to get permission to fly the Dreamliner again after battery modifications. SENR up a little bit.
broadwood
06/2/2013
15:44
My understanding is that they can store 50-60 at Pain field, which is several months production. Boeing also has another new facility which it could use for storage. So I would guess production will not stop unless it becomes clear that a major redesign is required.
gco1133a
06/2/2013
15:02
gco - the market agrees with you, for the present at least. My worry is that they seem nowhere near identifying the problem so it would seem only a matter of time before they had to slow production. Worst case scenario I appreciate.
broadwood
06/2/2013
14:35
Boeing hasn't as yet slowed production of the Dreamliner and is still planning to ramp up production later this year so at the moment the grounding won't have any effect.
gco1133a
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