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SMIN Smiths Group Plc

-18.50 (-1.11%)
Last Updated: 14:16:31
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Smiths Group Plc SMIN London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
-18.50 -1.11% 1,641.00 14:16:31
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
1,650.00 1,640.50 1,660.00 1,659.50
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Smiths SMIN Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Ex Date Record Date Payment Date

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Posted at 18/10/2023 17:56 by philanderer
xd tomorrow for the 28.7p dividend
Posted at 27/9/2023 14:05 by action
Results was good yesterday. Went up in 1692p. Now in 1586p. Divi to come. Will watch for another 3 weeks b4 exd
Posted at 27/9/2023 13:10 by essentialinvestor
Phil, enjoy.

Daisy, SMIN usually gets knocked on risk off markets, economic slowdown fears etc.
The multiple now looks reasonable, particularly given low gearing - but a lot
is getting cheaper in this market ATM.
Posted at 27/9/2023 10:56 by philanderer
Morning EI, yes , managed to exit VID @ 580p. On holiday in Sesimbra, Portugal at the moment but heard the strike settlement news on BBC World service and sold my holding at the market open the following morning.

Disappointing reaction to SMIN results.
Posted at 31/8/2023 09:24 by philanderer
Smiths acquisitions positive for forecasts, says Jefferies

Engineering company Smiths Group (SMIN) has announced a US acquisition that will strengthen its position and will likely push consensus forecasts higher, says Jefferies.

Analyst Andy Douglas retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of £20.40 on the Citywire Elite Company, which climbed 1.2%, or 19p, to £16.41 on Wednesday.

The group announced a bolt-on acquisition for its Flex-Tek division, which engineers solutions for the movement of fluids and gases, snapping up Heating & Cooling Products for $82m (£65m).

Douglas said the new purchase operates in US heating and ventilation markets for both residential and ‘light commercial’.

‘This is clearly a market that Smiths knows well and this acquisition strengthens an already strong position, and brings with it new technology for Flex-Tek, including its axial and radial seal duct technology, that helps drive energy efficiency,’ he said.

Douglas said the multiple paid ‘looks sensible’ and ‘consensus forecasts may drift gently higher post this acquisition’.
Posted at 19/5/2023 16:07 by philanderer
Thanks EI. Driven up from Lisbon to Obidos where we're staying for two nights before moving north. Beautiful 23c and sunny.

And what a good update fom SMIN this morning 😀👍🏼
Posted at 05/4/2023 15:55 by philanderer
xd tomorrow for the 12.9p dividend
Posted at 06/4/2022 08:56 by philanderer
Oh dear, selling off again today.

xd tomorrow morning for the 12.3p dividend.
Posted at 28/3/2022 14:32 by essentialinvestor
20 x is on the high side for SMIN, yes you could make a case it's now
a more focused business with low net debt.

One to look at if markets turn south again, or if buying on a longer term basis.
Posted at 28/9/2021 17:31 by philanderer
Investors Chronicle :

Smiths well poised for renewed opportunities

Following restructuring measures, the group is in better trim to take advantage of a bounce-back in its end-markets.

The localised nature of Smiths’ supply chain arrangements means that it is not being unduly affected by the unholy trinity of semiconductor, energy and logistics issues. And the improved efficiencies are also reflected in a 125 per cent cash conversion rate, which fed through to decreased borrowings and a 40 per cent hike in free cashflow to £383m.

Performance remains chequered across the group’s business segments, but continued working capital discipline helped to boost ROCE by 140-basis points to 13.2 per cent. Market challenges notwithstanding, a forward rating of 14 times Investec’s adjusted earnings forecast is not overly demanding, particularly given a prospective dividend yield of nearly 3 per cent.


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