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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Speedy Hire Plc SDY London Ordinary Share GB0000163088 ORD 5P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.40 0.58% 69.40 14:01:40
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
69.00 69.00 70.00 69.00
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Speedy Hire SDY Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount

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derwent4: see morgans took the money and run what a waste of time he was wonder what happened might have had a divi had it not been for him was there no due diligence with reason he seems to have took the blame
waikenchan: Sounds like quite an upbeat trading statement. Anybody like with more knowledge than me would to give an opinion on how sdy compares to Ashtead?
derwent4: yes rumbers been doing the same but not till 2day.last year update 20th mar got a feeling divi will b cancelled just remember nothing lost or gained till we sell good luck derwen
derwent4: you are probably right rumbers but a very difficult stock to trade I honestly believe they will reach a quid plus when they iss ue the update next month and results later they said 2nd half was good and now a plus with hs2 in the mean time I have taken a good stake in hss and Lloyd's for the divi d
rumbers2: Inching slowly but surely towards 70p Derwent.Ex divi at close this Thursday so all looking good. I expect a wobble between Friday and General Election next Thursday but who knows? Goldman Sachs suggesting that overseas money will pile into British mid and smaller cap companies if Boris gets his majority. All to play for here.
sphere25: Tools and equipment rental company Speedy Hire (SDY) is on track to grow profits despite tougher market conditions, says Liberum.Analyst Charlie Campbell retained his 'buy' recommendation and target price of 77p on the stock after the first-half trading update showing management 'confident of hitting full year numbers, and growing profits this year, in spite of an uncertain market and tough comparisons'.He said underlying revenues had 'proved resilient' and 'increased asset utilisation is being achieved through enhanced management information'.'This in connection with overhead discipline should drive improving returns,' said Campbell.
sphere25: It's ultimately always your call. Find out what works for you and when you find a strategy that works, just keep doing it. You only need to do one thing over and over to beat the markets - rinse and repeat. If you're never sure about something, book half the profit - that's what I do. I'd be very careful in this market though. I have warned folk about the doom and gloom to come and adopted a very bearish stance stating that a barrage of profit warnings were to follow. We have seen this in recent weeks and it's only just the start. You have to be so selective in this market because even stocks that are trading in line with expectations are getting clobbered. Not easy to trade this market on the long side at all. Unfortunately, the political elite have played a flawless game in ensuring that the economy goes down the pan. The services sector print today only confirms matters. The US is sliding too, and even though the fallback continues to be the consumer, the consumer can only tolerate so many negative headlines about manufacturing contraction and trade wars. The game changers are a US-China trade deal and a Brexit deal. At that point, I'd go long with much more conviction, but when those happens is anyone's guess. These are all self-harm issues which should have been resolved - it actually boggles the mind we are still here having to deal with it. It's almost like they purposefully wanted it to drag on this long - paranoia or financial agendas! One for another time. Ultimately, too much time has lapsed now, the damage has been done and thus the barrage of profit warnings will continue in the near term. In the short term the likes of SDY are doing ok, but how long before it feeds through? That's the pivotal question you need to ask yourself. You have to hope (yes...hope!) that there are some substantial positive developments on the major outstanding issues in the very near term or it's going to be difficult for even the stronger performers.
sphere25: AHT is a different beast - US and Canada exposure. SDY is primarily UK and Ireland. Further to the previous posts, trading is in line as expected. SDY are doing very well in this tough environment with H2 expected to be stronger than H1. The big questions is can they keep it going in light of the recent economic data. In more tranquil market circumstances, this would have rallied at least 5% straight off the bat on that trading update, particularly considering how far it has fallen from the highs. However, these are very uncertain times. The US markets have been falling heavily in recent days and some of the recent economic data has been horrendous to say the least. Normally, I'd have taken a long here, but having to be very selective over what to nip in and out of atm. Could easily wake up to the US tanking big overnight. Sellers in size at 53 atm - so worth watching that if you're considering a short term position here. Good luck folks.
sphere25: Market sentiment is very poor. It isn't just SDY that has fallen significantly from the highs. It is brutal out there atm. Previously, I have mentioned on this board and others that I was bearish, could see it in the director commentaries and expected a barrage of profit warnings. These past couple of weeks have been astounding. I haven't seen so many profit warnings in such a short period of time without there being some cataclysmic event out there. I alluded to some of these in the previous post, but they have continued in force and company valuations have been absolutely hammered. As for the trading update, we know the half year end is 30th September. We also know that SDY have historically put out a trading update in the back end of September in previous years: 25/09/2018 19/09/2017 30/09/2016 There is nothing on the financial calendar of the website or in other sources I use, but it should be due very shortly. You can always contact IR to ask too. I feel trading will be ok, because they will know the numbers by now and would have already put out a statement if something was amiss. Ultimately, short term ok, medium to longer term, well it's warnings galore as the politicians take everything down the drain. The market is correct in applying material discounts to valuations at present. Actually, let's just go abit crazy and put the rose tinted specs on for a bit.... IF there is a deal done, clearly the whole game changes and it's time to pile back in! The other thing to note is, not just the well publicised takeover frenzy, but the fact that even troubled stocks are being taken over. LWB actually warned on profits last week and actually still got a bid at the same time! Very rare that, but a sign of the times. It just makes the whole environment, whether long or short very tricky at the moment and thus I am mostly just nipping and out of things. I will be looking at a long here post statement. Hope this helps.
indalo: Not only is this a solid value stock considering growth rate and divi but the recent trading activity looks very healthy.
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