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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
  +0.00p +0.00% 231.40p 231.80p 232.40p 232.00p 229.80p 229.80p 17,388 08:51:48
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 1,082.1 61.3 12.0 19.3 971.00

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14/7/2014
12:46
http://www.sharecast.com/news/farnborough-preview-aerospace-outlook-upbeat-as-air-show-starts-say-analysts/21863481.html
grigor
10/7/2014
10:03
tipped by investors chronicle.. kiss of death.. they did same thing to Travis Perkins at close to the to..
trytotakeiteasy
09/7/2014
22:00
Edit - can't be "almost identically"......the same....been a long day.DD
discodave4
09/7/2014
21:54
Always get jittery when a solid share like SNR loses 13%-15% over a short'ish period, in this case 3 months.Have graphed SNR against BA. RR. and GKN for the last 3 months and SNR follows almost identically the same pattern as GKN, so guess your right.Tried pasting/copying the chart onto here but don't seem to be able to (or it's beyond my limited IT skills base!).DD
discodave4
09/7/2014
21:02
Simply that the manufacturing sector hss slowed and the strength of thr pound has hurt translated earnings.
broadwood
09/7/2014
20:52
Cannot seem to find any fundamental reason for the decline over the last few months. Only managed to find some TA analysis from the Sharecast website, however, it is over a week old (Tues 1st July) and I'm no TA expert so don't know if it still holds true:Reader: Could you share your thoughts on Senior (SNR)? I am considering going long.?Analyst: The technical aspect of the Senior's shares is quite interesting. The first reason has to do with the 'hammer' formation which they left behind on the weekly charts last week, with a low at 261.1p and a close at 276.6p. Secondly, while the present week has just begun it did begin with a 'bullish' gap. What I am trying to convey is that a downwards corrections to fill in a good part of that breach – and perhaps even as far down as 271p - would actually constitute a positive development. That is because what really matters is the aforementioned 'hammer' formation, which was formed at the bottom part of the bearish price channel carved out over the last few months. Hence, so long as last week's lows at 261p hold we would actually be optimistic.DD
discodave4
09/7/2014
19:13
Anybody any thoughts as to why this has been dropping?DD
discodave4
30/6/2014
13:15
Missed this from last weeks Investors Chronicle:http://www.investorschronicle.co.uk/2014/06/26/tips-and-ideas/share-tips/undervalued-senior-will-rise-again-uF9ZHkJEUF04M63h7QajlO/article.htmlExtract:A buying opportunity has emerged in Senior (SNR), as shares in the aeroplane parts supplier take a pause for breath in their five-year-long rally. And while earnings growth has slowed from the 26 per cent average between 2010 and 2012, last year's 7 per cent, with a little help from acquisitions, still looks very attractive. Analysts at Numis Securities currently pencil in the same again for 2014, 8 per cent for 2015 and 9 per cent the year after. That kind of growth values Senior shares at just 13 times forward earnings, dropping to less than 12 for next year. Compare that with 16 and 14.5 for the engineering sector for similar, or slightly lower, growth and Senior looks cheap. It trades at a big discount to peers on an enterprise-value-to-cash-profits basis, too.====================================================With EPS forecast of 20.3p for yr end 2014, Industry peer PE of 16, this gives a conservative (IMV) price of 325p......+15%.DD
discodave4
30/6/2014
10:01
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/industry/10934498/UK-aerospace-grows-ten-times-faster-than-the-economy.html
discodave4
28/6/2014
14:15
In your own words "I have little time for egotism"....or rudeness.GLDD
discodave4
28/6/2014
13:42
Incidentally, DD, I have not sold AHT. Five bagger for me.
broadwood
27/6/2014
22:32
The Dreamliner has order books stretching to 2025.
broadwood
27/6/2014
19:57
Possibly not if it impacts on the net amount of work for Boeing......their largest aerospace customer @17% (along with RR).DD
discodave4
27/6/2014
16:57
Here's the story. Exclusive: Airbus poised to revamp A330 with Rolls-Royce Airbus is set to upgrade its A330 with engines provided exclusively by Rolls-Royce, setting the stage for a bitter new phase in a battle for wide-body jet orders with Boeing's 787 Dreamliner, people familiar with the matter said. The move accelerates a growing interdependence between the European firms on large jets, with General Electric GE.N - the main alternative A330 engine supplier - no longer in the running for the $2 billion "A330neo" revamp, they said on Thursday. Shares in Airbus and Rolls-Royce both rose as much as 1.8 percent against a flat market in early Friday trading. The people, asking not to be named, said the provisional selection of Rolls as sole supplier for the revamped A330neo, offering up to 14-15 percent in fuel savings with the help of new wingtips, remains subject to Airbus Group board approval. Board members at the Franco-German group are expected to meet in coming days ahead of the July 14-20 Farnborough Airshow, which is usually the showcase for major launch announcements. It remains unclear whether Airbus will officially unveil the new project at the world's premier aviation event, since it usually waits to secure orders first. Purchasing decisions are expected this year from some potential launch customers such as Delta Air Lines DAL.N, which is currently replacing Boeing 767 and 747 jets. Airbus, which has promised investors a decision before the end of the year on whether to revamp the 253- to 295-seat A330 passenger jet, said none had been taken so far. "We will have a comment when we have a decision. There is no decision yet," a spokesman said. Rolls-Royce said it was "not aware" of a final A330 decision having been reached, and that any announcement would come from Airbus. GE reiterated it had offered its GEnX engine for the revised jet, but declined to comment on the commercial talks. The A330 entered service 20 years ago and for years had looked set to be overtaken by a new generation of carbon-composite jets such as the 787 Dreamliner and soon the Airbus A350. But following a three-year delay to the 787's arrival, sales of the A330 held up much better than expected. Now, however, the backlog of undelivered aircraft is dwindling rapidly as the 787 recovers momentum, and Airbus is keen to inject new life into its most profitable wide-body jet.
broadwood
27/6/2014
16:32
If that big Airbus order comes through as expected, SENR will see some serious action.
broadwood
07/5/2014
20:54
Big sell (£6.8m) after hours today. Can anybody confirm it was a sell & not UT.DD
discodave4
01/5/2014
12:42
Thought it was ex-div yesterday, so why the drop today?DD
discodave4
30/4/2014
08:58
What's going on here? ??????
mercedes
23/4/2014
18:14
.........& everything else.GLDD
discodave4
23/4/2014
15:51
Fingers crossed.
broadwood
21/4/2014
21:56
Interim Statement this Thurs.GLDD
discodave4
04/4/2014
16:44
SENR sits in a niche position with huge barriers to entry. A little extract from the Chairman's statement. 'These best ever results, achieved against an often challenging economic backdrop, reflect Senior's strong niche market positions, its focus on tough-to-make, highly engineered products and the continued emphasis on serving its customers by delivering excellent operational performance where on-time delivery, quality and value are all key measures'.
broadwood
10/3/2014
20:10
http://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2014/03/10/3-defence-picks-ready-to-blast-higher-bae-systems-plc-avon-rubber-plc-and-senior-plc/
discodave4
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