Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Speedy Hire Plc LSE:SDY London Ordinary Share GB0000163088 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 66.00 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
66.00 66.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 363.60 12.30 1.82 36.3 349
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:43:00 O 22,946 65.889 GBX

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Speedy Hire Daily Update: Speedy Hire Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SDY. The last closing price for Speedy Hire was 66p.
Speedy Hire Plc has a 4 week average price of 62p and a 12 week average price of 60.10p.
The 1 year high share price is 81.10p while the 1 year low share price is currently 60.10p.
There are currently 528,224,284 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,350,619 shares. The market capitalisation of Speedy Hire Plc is £348,628,027.44.
sphere25: Well done American Idiot It's still a tad odd they didn't move their offer back in light of the strong statement, but maybe that line of stock just needed to be cleared quickly. Normally we don't get a chance to buy an ahead statement without at least some decent mark up (or the price running away very quickly), especially when the price isn't already at a new high or expecting that type of statement. Still, nice for anyone who got in. All imo DYOR
american idiot: Sphere2517 Nov '21 - 08:42 - 5258 of 5260 Taken some first thing here for a quick opportunity. There was a seller in size at 65p holding the price back initially, but the market came roaring in and gobbled the shares up there. .......... That 65p seller was sat on the offer on Level 2 every day for at least a week before H1 results. Incredible - They sold millions at 65p. I also took a wedge in the opening auction that day. Very nice day that was indeed.
sphere25: Hi Tole, Thanks for the kind words on the other thread :-) SDY knocking it's head against 70p....AGAIN! I have lobbed into the spike here. This does the SAME THING nearly every time. It sticks its head over 70p, teases with a break but then sellers come in and hit it back down. Then you end up with this same battle back at 70p. Normally the sellers win out and it ends up going back into the trading range. The intraday chart shows the price having tested 70p a few times today. It keeps getting pushed back. The heavy buying that could test the sellers resolve more at these key resistance levels and cause a much sharper move higher is yet to appear. Will it come? Lovely one to keep nipping in and out of. All imo DYOR
sphere25: Taken some first thing here for a quick opportunity. There was a seller in size at 65p holding the price back initially, but the market came roaring in and gobbled the shares up there. Surprised SDY hasn't rallied more on those results. They are trading ahead, managing supply chains well and confident on the future too, but SDY isn't as fashionable as most shares that end up going rocket ship on alot less. The price bounces around in a trading range so great for traders (you can almost keep nipping in and out), but still significantly off pre-covid highs so long term folk won't be as happy. Sellers at 67p prevent the pop higher atm. A move to 70p should be on if 67p gets taken out. That is normally where you get much greater resistance for SDY - chart is symbolic of that. Probably worth keeping an eye to see how interested the market gets here for any significant push higher. Nice early interest with volume currently at 2.5m. It will likely stay range bound if the interest doesn't come. All imo DYOR
eggbaconandbubble: I haven't been following SDY, but just glimpsed those results.... Why is the share price in the doldrums? The building industry is flat at the mo. Seems odd!
rumbers2: Speedy Hire has a new chief executive officer, is expanding, has gone green and stands to benefit from Britain's £650bn of spending on infrastructure in the year ahead, so "buy" is the Sunday Times's Sabah Meddings's tip for readers. Under its new boss, Russell Down, the equipment and tool hire specialist is branching out into selling directly to customers through concessions at B&Qs. Worth noting, the company's promise is that it can supply its 350 most popular items in under four hours thanks to its 200 depots located across the country. Its delivery vehicles meanwhile have either gone electric or, in the case of its diesel trucks, use hydrated vegetable oil, which reduces their emissions by 90%. There is also a growing focus on battery power, solar and hydrogen instead of diesel-powered generators. The company is not immune to the supply-chain problems plaguing the construction industry having already raised its drivers' pay twice this year. Nevertheless, the company is growing. So for Meddings: "despite the pressure, it is in a good position to benefit from the £650 billion of UK infrastructure spending in the years ahead. It is already involved in projects such as Thames Tideway and HS2. "Liberum has a 90p target share price, while Panmure Gordon has a 113p target. At its current price, Speedy Hire looks undervalued. Buy."
tole: https://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2021/08/05/2-penny-stocks-to-buy-3/A cheap UK penny stock on my radarAnother sub-£1 share I'm thinking of buying is Speedy Hire (LSE: SDY). I don't think its current price of 72p reflects the stock's exciting profits outlook. Today the tool, plant and equipment rental company commands a forward price-to-earnings growth (PEG) ratio of just 0.4.A reading below 1 suggests that a stock could be undervalued by the market. City analysts think annual earnings here will rise 37% this fiscal year (to March 2022) as the construction industry bounces back. I wouldn't just buy Speedy Hire because I think the sector should experience strong and sustained growth beyond the near term, though. I'm encouraged by the rate at which rental giant's winning share from its rivals. It recently signed major contracts with the likes of Network Plus, MWH and Horbury.I'm mindful of the fact that the stock is a highly-cyclical one. As a consequence its recovery could be derailed by the twin impacts of Covid-19 and Brexit on the domestic economy. Still, at current prices I think it could be considered too cheap for me to miss.
tole: https://masterinvestor.co.uk/equities/small-cap-round-up-featuring-begbies-n-brown-circassia-and-more/Speedy Hire (LON:SDY) – a rapid purchaseI fancy these shares for another run upwards. As the lockdowns end, the construction, infrastructure and industrial markets are all queueing up to use the group's tools, equipment and plant hire services.Estimates suggest that £380m of sales (£364m) are possible this year to end-March 2022, with pre-tax profits rising from £20.1m to £28.0m, worth 4.2p in earnings (3.2p) covering a 1.9p dividend (1.4p) per share.Building sector analyst Charlie Campbell at brokers Liberum Capital rates the shares as a 'buy' looking for 90p in due course.Even though they have already achieved my price aim, I would not put anyone off if they are considering adding to holdings at the current 75p per share.
gbh2: Yep, which is why I picked up a few last month. Being new to sdy I've no idea whether the results are good bad or indifferent, but if my current 7% capital gain holds, I'll hang on to the shares and see how they develop in the run up to the ex divi date.
rumbers2: Well who'd believe that HSS Hire is the shining new star on the block with all its financial worries now a thing of the past? The share prize is buzzing with some on the thread positively salivating over a 60p share price by summer. I think they are misguided. During the whole pandemic Speedy has been sadly forgotten- there's no interest here whatsoever. Yet it's the only company in the sector to have consistently reported that trading has been 'well ahead' of expectations for eight solid months since September 2020. I just hope they come back with a knockout' full year result next month to reawaken the market. Speedy is still the same measly share price as it was 8 years ago in 2013 and I am losing my patience. Why is that? Have Russell Down and David Shearer been playing footsie under the table all this time? It's high time they produced results. I want to see the share price catapulted to at least £1 by June. Anything less I'd view as a big failure on their part.
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