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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Slingsby (h.c.) Plc LSE:SLNG London Ordinary Share GB0008138009 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 270.00 220.00 320.00 270.00 270.00 270.00 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 21.8 1.1 92.3 2.9 3

Slingsby (h.c.) Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/3/2017
14:27
Sanlam client says it all really
solarno lopez
27/3/2017
12:13
and the price continues to fall
solarno lopez
23/3/2017
16:05
Love Winterfloods spread - bid 1p, offer 35p!
callumross
23/3/2017
13:41
shambolic management
solarno lopez
07/10/2014
18:56
Interesting share stake disclosed in this one.
coolen
24/6/2009
07:34
Reading between the lines of today's rns things sound VERY bad. The fact that they have to state still cash positive imolies to me that they have burnt though a lot of the £2.4 million advised by Refs as being on the 07 balance sheet.

http://uk.advfn.com/p.php?pid=nmona&cb=1245828544&article=38352046&symbol=L%5ESLNG

e&oe. DYOR etc. any other views or comments.

pugugly
18/6/2009
12:34
Market cap very close to pension deficit - Yet another company working for the benefit of the pensioneers.

At 31 December 2008, the net deficit on the defined benefit pension scheme had increased by £2.819m to £5.687m (2007: £2.868m), due mainly to the combined effect of a reduction in the value of the scheme's assets and an increase in the assumption relating to average life expectancy which increased the liabilities

Also very interesting that 6.495% of the shares have been traded today at 685p. Someone deciding out bail out ? Awaiting a RNS.
0 A9001QKELR 685.0 66495 O 650.0 720.0 10:36:50 66,495

pugugly
26/4/2009
14:39
Another DB pension scheme closed...
mw8156
22/4/2005
21:52
Move to AIM announced today along with the final results.

http://www.uk-wire.com/cgi-bin/articles/200504221413554193L.html

The company seems to be making progress but warns there might be additional costs due to relocation and introduction of a new business system.

Might try and pick a few up if the AIM listing throws out a few sales.

kind regards
linhur

linhur
17/9/2004
18:37
Out of these now. Forthcoming results are going to have to be pretty amazing to justify current price. They may well be, but I prefer to deal with historic "value" numbers rather hopeful guesswork with these sort of companies where there isn't a lot of newsflow.

JakNife, from your comment in August presumably you're out completely as well?

valhamos
17/8/2004
20:26
Jack

Price has increased by £3 (approx 50%) since results. I never did get chance to buy anymore (I was expecting a pull back after the initial excitement but it just kept on going up). I agree it's looking a bit pricey at the moment; a lot of expected growth this year is in the price, but the question is how much? Based on 48p for H2 2003, they should do 100p eps for 2004, but I can't make a case for anymore than that at the moment. Its initial attraction was as a value stock; as more of a 'growth' stock I'd want more information to go on than you ususlly get with this sort of company.

Having said all that I'm still holding for the moment. Generally I am keenly looking forward to how the market reacts to the approaching reporting season. If it starts off badly I may rethink; Slingsby report the end of September

valhamos
23/4/2004
22:08
What are the 'major shareholdings' in this one?
joey de noze
23/4/2004
22:01
Agincourt - You're as loquacious as Freddy in post2 ! :)

JakNife - I know what you mean and it is also unusual in a family run business but there seems to be some reality behind it. For instance their web site is well designed and hasn't cost the earth to implement.

valhamos
23/4/2004
20:05
Impressive results considering weak 1st half. Good to see e-commerce continues to develop as well as the new Irish operation. I regret not topping up a few weeks ago and may still do so shortly. The share price seems to go for months without movement but if I had sold today I would have had over 30% gain after costs in little over one year - not bad for a stock many would consider too dull.
valhamos
08/9/2003
21:59
meaning = Lol in post no. 4 on LTS (results tomorrow by the way) thread ?? http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=912249

at any rate Freddy this is not one for the muppets :)

valhamos
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