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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Severfield LSE:SFR London Ordinary Share GB00B27YGJ97 ORD 2.5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 71.20p 13,168 12:48:16
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
70.20p 71.40p 71.60p 71.20p 71.60p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 274.20 22.18 6.05 11.8 216.4

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Date Time Title Posts
22/1/201916:11Swiss Franc/ Euro Relationship603
27/11/201816:10Severfield moves closer4,301
15/6/200708:01Severfield...moving up nicely...latest upgraded forecasts look good23
27/4/200508:37Severfield - The one to go for - set for Ј4.00149

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Severfield Daily Update: Severfield is listed in the Industrial Engineering sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SFR. The last closing price for Severfield was 71.20p.
Severfield has a 4 week average price of 69p and a 12 week average price of 64p.
The 1 year high share price is 89.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 62p.
There are currently 303,970,684 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 36,108 shares. The market capitalisation of Severfield is £216,427,127.01.
cc2014: Or you could go and look at the BILN thread, who is a direct competitor to SFR in the UK and see what it's share price did yesterday
blp2: Severfield share price Nov 20 2013 64.5p Nov19 2014 58.75p Nov19 2015 62.25p Nov 21 2016 62.25p Nov20 2017 64.5p Nov19 2018 65.2p. Considering the positive statements released by Severfield over the past couple of years and the growth made in India the share price seems to be stagnating over the last six years. The dividend yield amounts to a little over 2% pa inclusive of the special dividend of (1.7p)
slopsjon2: N+1 Singer maintain their Buy "Severfield’s share price has remained subdued in 2018, hampered by poor sentiment towards the construction industry. We believe there are clear attractions that differentiate Severfield from the wider construction peer group, including its market leading position in UK structural steel, its proven capabilities across multiple end markets, its strong balance sheet (£33.0m net cash at period end), and its attractive margin profile(delivered a further operating margin improvement to 8.3% in FY18)."
cc2014: Wonderful. Expecting some sellers to come out at 85 and then once they've run out we move up to 90. Increase in dividend is very much appreciated and puts a floor under the share price based on yield
cc2014: Assume share price is moving up today on back of great results at Bourne Group.
jadeticl3: Very strong buying today, easily outstripping selling. So share price falls 3%.Whatever happened to the old system of supply and demand?
cc2014: What' interesting is that all but 2 trades this morning are sells yet the share price is holding steady, dare I say it looking at L2 even rising. It looks to me like any stock being sold is being absorbed by someone and I reckon the share price will start to rise as the day goes on.
waldron: SNB: A Money Machine Friday, 1/26/2018 09:01 Where the Swiss lead... WHICH company has a price/earnings ratio of just 0.02, annual profits almost as high as Apple's, and yet a market value of less than $500m? asks Matthew Lynn at MoneyWeek magazine. It's the Swiss National Bank (SNB) – one of the oddest quoted businesses in the world. This month, we learned that the Swiss central bank has been minting money on an epic scale. In 2017, its profits were CHF54bn ($56bn) – a record, and more than double those of 2016. The SNB's share price is now almost CHF5,000. A year ago, it was less than CHF1,700. It is the bitcoin of central banks. How did it pull it off? The SNB intervenes massively in the foreign-currency markets to cap the strength of the Franc: its enduring role as a safe haven means it is constantly overvalued, threatening the health of what, outside of finance, is still mainly a manufacturing, export-based economy. After years of buying other currencies to try to weaken its own, the SNB now has nearly CHF800bn in reserves. On those positions, it made CHF49bn last year. It has also built huge equity holdings by reinvesting past earnings. It turns out the SNB is a canny investor. Stakes in companies such as Amazon and Facebook – the SNB is basically a "Fang" enthusiast – have paid off handsomely, swelling its profits to record levels. Its profits aren't quite the bonanza for the Swiss you might expect. This year's earnings are just over CHF6,000 – almost £5,000 – for every Swiss citizen. Yet even in pricey Switzerland, you can buy something nice with that kind of money. The SNB is limited in its dividend payouts, but they will be going up, and the central government and the cantons will get a bit more, too. The really interesting question, however, is: if the Swiss central bank can be turned into a money-making machine, why not the others as well? Take the Bank of England. True, we do not have a safe-haven currency like the Swiss Franc – the Great British Peso, as ours became known in the markets after the Brexit referendum, is a long way from that. Just building up currency reserves will not necessarily be the one-way bet it usually is for the Swiss. Even so, there is still plenty the Bank could be doing. It could manage its huge bond portfolio – a legacy of all that quantitative easing (QE) – more actively to make a profit. And if another recession hits, there is nothing to stop the Bank launching another round of QE, investing in stocks, then waiting for the profits to roll in. The Bank of Japan may well be in that position soon. It has bought a big slice of the Tokyo market. On some estimates, the central bank is now a major shareholder in most of the country's biggest companies, with a portfolio of an estimated ¥20trn (£130bn). With the Nikkei hitting a 26-year high this week, the gains are likely to be impressive. The European Central Bank has also been buying government and corporate bonds. It wouldn't be a huge surprise if those made a profit, given the strength of the Eurozone recovery. If the Bank of England could make anything like as much as its Swiss rival, it would add hugely to the government's finances. The £41bn the Swiss made is not that much less than the total raised from corporation tax in the UK. We could abolish corporate taxes completely, or slash income tax or VAT, or just boost spending – the healthcare budget could be 25% higher with that kind of money. It might seem odd to turn your central bank into a profit centre. But in our through-the-looking-glass world of zero interest rates and banning cash, central banks look as though they are going to make money anyway. It might as well be used for the good of us all.
steelwatch100: Just been looking at where SFR have generated their profits and makes interesting reading. . Mar 2017 . .........................................T/O.. Pbt...... % Severfield (Northern Ireland). 77m 11m. 14% Severfield (design & build). 64m. 5m. 8% Severfield. (Uk) dalton. 152m. 8m. 5% Indian jv. Approx 30m. 0.3m. 1% Decking Approx 4m. 0.5m. 12.5% Obviously there is some inter-company trading / duplication but this shows that if the main power house severfield (uk) gets going and performs as well as the other 2 uk arms then profits should progress nicely (there is a lag in the large projects results). Another option would be for them to maximise the ni & d/b rich seams of work and for dalton to work hand in glove with them. BILN are to release their half year results tomorrow & trading statement update, which hopefully will give a read across to SFR. Especially SFR's d&b + ni sectors as these are close to the BILN type of work. So could be good news for SFR share price tomorrow if positive news.
jadeticl3: We think there is, but we are expecting a slow build up and with it a rise in SFR share price. If we were not why would we be holding these shares? We are far from euphoric, but I am optimistic that the company is still in recovery mode.
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