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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
  0.75 1.02% 74.55 74.55 75.05 76.05 73.35 74.85 1,368,113 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Aerospace & Defence 1,110.7 28.7 7.0 10.6 313

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13/10/2010
13:38
IMS on the 19th?
dancing piranha
11/10/2010
13:29
Sprouted some wings so far today. No specific reason I can find at the moment.
broadwood
05/10/2010
19:41
Spudders, ...so far. Prudence would say to take all/part profits on the failure to close above 138p on 1st OCT, depending on your trading/investing timescale of course. I would be wanting a full candle close above 138p before adding, which IMO is a when, not if. Giz
gizmo14
05/10/2010
18:50
Gizmo, your chart is starting to look good :)
spudders
01/10/2010
15:46
According to Digital Look Jefferies has a target price of 155p. AO
a0148009
30/9/2010
20:10
We've been here before....138p proved strong resistance in the past. A breakout and close above 138p would be very positive. To borrow a phrase 'We wait' (Thanks S).. Giz
gizmo14
30/9/2010
13:34
Feels like more than a Broker upgrade, but who knows?
gco1133a
30/9/2010
07:29
broadwater - thanks I am currently running a long spread bet. Has been a nice trading stock - buying in the teens and selling in the 30's but do not want to miss the breakout! AO
a0148009
30/9/2010
07:22
Senior initiated with buy rating at Jefferies. No target price.
broadwood
30/9/2010
07:14
Who has upgraded and do you have any specific comment. Many thanks. AO
a0148009
30/9/2010
06:47
Broker upgrade this morning.
broadwood
21/9/2010
10:18
Things are looking good for the future. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-11342580 http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-11379338
ferries5
28/8/2010
12:03
Boeing says Dreamliner now due 1st quarter of 2011 BY SAMANTHA BOMKAMP ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK -- Boeing postponed the delivery of its first 787 airliner to the middle of the first quarter of 2011, adding to a string of delays that has put it more than two years past its originally scheduled debut. The latest delay is the result of engine delivery problems, Boeing said in a statement early Friday. The Chicago company said in July that it expected to start delivering the plane late this year, but it warned that might not happen. Boeing said then that a series of problems, including supplier work related to parts of the tail and instrument issues might push the first delivery "a few weeks into 2011." The original delivery date for the plane was May 2008. The 787's first customer, Japan's All Nippon Airways, said in a statement that the delay is regrettable, especially "given the success of the flight test program so far." "However, we trust that the time will be used to deliver the best possible aircraft in the shortest possible time frame," ANA said. The airline is scheduled to get 50 of the planes over the next six years. The 787 is made of many composite materials designed to make it lighter and more fuel-efficient than comparable planes already in the sky. Despite delays, the 787 remains Boeing's best-selling new plane, with 847 orders from 55 customers. It lists for $150 million to $205.5 million, depending on the model, although major customers routinely get discounts. Boeing said the delay won't affect its financial outlook. Boeing spokeswoman Yvonne Leach said the company is working closely with British engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce to expedite engine deliveries, but current flight tests are continuing as planned. Rolls-Royce said the delay was not related to the reported failure of an engine for the 787 in a recent test. "We have been informed by Boeing that the currently planned dates for Trent 1000 engine deliveries will not support their latest flight test-program requirements," Rolls-Royce said in a statement Friday. The FlightGlobal Web site, an aviation news site, reported this week that a Trent 1000 engine suffered an "uncontained" failure -- with debris breaking through the engine casing -- during a test on Aug. 2. Rolls-Royce will make about half the engines for the 787s, General Electric the rest. GE spokeswoman Deb Case said the flight testing with GE's engines continues as planned.
dancing piranha
27/8/2010
21:09
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/transport/
tundeolajide
27/8/2010
09:07
I see the roll out of the 787 is now delayed to early 2011!
dancing piranha
17/8/2010
15:34
Not forgetting any potential synergy benefits which could enhance sales / margin / profits etc. etc.
bailliej
17/8/2010
08:31
Small !! But making profit, So earning enhancing.
ferries5
17/8/2010
06:25
Acquisition TIDMSNR RNS Number : 1582R Senior PLC 17 August 2010 ? Senior plc acquires WahlcoMetroflex, Inc. Senior plc ("Senior") is pleased to announce that it has acquired 100% of the issued share capital of WahlcoMetroflex, Inc. ("WMX"), a manufacturer of dampers, expansion joints and exhaust gas systems for the global power generation, refinery and chemical processing industries. WMX is located in Maine, USA, with its products and markets being highly complementary to those of the Group's existing, and successful, Senior Flexonics Pathway operation. WMX, which began trading in 1972, was owned by seven individual shareholders prior to the transaction. Six of the shareholders are currently active in the business and the majority are expected to remain with the business after acquisition. WMX will continue to operate from its current facility. The total consideration for the purchase is estimated at US$13.3m (GBP8.5m(1)), which is being paid through a combination of cash at completion, the assumption of net debt on acquisition and a payment dependent upon the level of working capital in the business at acquisition. The Board intends to fund the transaction through the utilisation of existing debt facilities. For the year to 31 December 2009, WMX reported sales of US$ 22.7m (GBP14.6m(1)) and profit before interest and tax of US$ 3.1m (GBP2.0m(1)). Net assets of WMX at 30 June 2010 were US$ 3.9m (GBP2.5m(1)) with the business reporting sales of US$ 9.7m (GBP6.2m(1)) and profit before interest and tax of US$ 1.1m (GBP0.7m(1)) for the six month period to 30 June 2010. The acquisition is expected to be immediately earnings enhancing. Commenting on the acquisition, Mark Rollins, Senior Group Chief Executive, said: "I am delighted to welcome all of WMX's employees to the Senior Group. WMX is a long established leader in the design and manufacture of products for the safe handling of hot gases for industrial processes in North America. These capabilities, combined with the global market leadership of Senior Flexonics Pathway and the financial strength of the Senior Group, can be expected to provide an enhanced range of solutions for customers across the world, so bringing benefits to employees and shareholders alike." Notes
mr boatman
15/8/2010
08:49
Citing exciting opportunities in Aerospace and Truck, broker RBS advised clients to buy engineer Senior, 4p to the good at 122.5p. The balance sheet is strong and management has indicated that it would consider bolt-on acquisitions. Read more: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/markets/article.html?in_article_id=511972&in_page_id=3#ixzz0wf5YgSsL
mr boatman
12/8/2010
17:09
The bottom? I'm back in today anyway...
dancing piranha
02/8/2010
15:05
Brewin Dolphin today reiterates SNR a 'buy' at £1.34. Bound to be more to follow on the back of today's results.
mazarin
02/8/2010
12:45
Patience required, I don't think market has 'got' this yet. S
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