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SPX Spirax-sarco Engineering Plc

26.00 (0.28%)
Last Updated: 16:29:46
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Spirax-sarco Engineering Plc LSE:SPX London Ordinary Share GB00BWFGQN14 ORD 26 12/13P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  26.00 0.28% 9,180.00 51,800 16:29:46
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
9,178.00 9,180.00 9,250.00 9,134.00 9,156.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Automatic Regulatng Controls 1.61B 224.7M 3.0530 30.04 6.75B
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:29:46 AT 1 9,180.00 GBX

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Posted at 29/11/2023 08:20 by Spirax-sarco Engineering Daily Update
Spirax-sarco Engineering Plc is listed in the Automatic Regulatng Controls sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SPX. The last closing price for Spirax-sarco Engineering was 9,154p.
Spirax-sarco Engineering currently has 73,600,000 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Spirax-sarco Engineering is £6,750,592,000.
Spirax-sarco Engineering has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 30.04.
This morning SPX shares opened at 9,156p
Posted at 19/10/2023 08:46 by adrunkenmarcus
SPX has derated so the p/e is less than when I bought in 2015. The underlying business is strong, though, and my total return still beat a world tracker last time I checked recently.
Posted at 14/7/2023 09:44 by philanderer
(Sharecast News) - UBS upgraded Spirax-Sarco Engineering on Friday to 'buy' from 'neutral' and lifted the price target to 12,400p from 11,560p, citing an attractive entry point.

"We now see the shares as presenting an attractive entry point, having de-risked our FY23e estimates and updated our views on the drivers of growth ahead of IP from next year," it said.
Posted at 10/1/2022 15:43 by kirkie001
Well, today's price action is something that it doesn't do too often!

I assume there's been a big broker downgrade somewhere given I can't see news?
Posted at 11/11/2021 17:17 by kirkie001
Closing whoops price?
Posted at 11/8/2021 21:10 by mach100
Industrial production is expected to be 8% to 9% this year, but Spirax-Sarco expects all its divisions to outperform this global rate, with its Watson-Marlow fluid technologies business on track for 55% growth this year due to its support for Covid-19 vaccines.

Despite the run for shares from 11,500p since the start of this year, Peel Hunt reckons the stock is worth holding on to after the broker adjusted its price target to 15,000p.

In other news Peel Hunt stated that they expect England to win the World Cup at least once in years ending 66, and all children born this year who survive until the next 356 days to celebrate a birthday in the next year and that traces of meat can be found in a McDonald's hamburger.

Last one seems to be stretching it a bit imho.
Posted at 31/7/2021 13:44 by adrunkenmarcus
I think they did a share split in the early 1990s or maybe it was a consolidation. Like you, I wondered if one was coming up - they could do a 100-for-1 and I'd have a very impressive number of shares. ;-) £1.50 would hardly be a penny stock, so why not?

Spirax has grown to 14.6% of my pension and 10.6% of my dividend growth portfolio, simply by compounding around 30% p.a. since purchase in 2015! And my divided yield on book cost is quite decent indeed due to over 11% p.a. dividend growth.
Posted at 31/7/2021 13:21 by mach100
Glad I have held from various purchases from £89 to £73 to even a top up buy at £141 last week. I would have been steaming if I had sold. According to Shares Mag it only serves 12% of its addressable market. I wonder if they will do a share split? I quite like the idea though of holding shares which are £200 a pop. A price we will easily see af this rate of progress. Pity the divi for me anyway doesn;t garner enough to buy even a single share when reinvested.
Posted at 07/7/2021 12:56 by philanderer
Questor: yes, steam engineering really is hi-tech – and this UK business is a world leader

Questor share tip: Spirax-Sarco has no real rivals in the service it offers, just what it needs to offer inflation-proof pricing power
Posted at 12/3/2021 19:07 by apad
A couple of points on the article.

It is presented as an individual PE story over the last 5 years.
This PE story is not particular to SPX. The likes of SPX are particularly attractive to US ETFs. A comparison with HLMA tells a similar story. The pound has been weak over tthose years.

Watson-Marlow is commented on in terms of current revenue and growth. In reality WM is the jewel in SPX's crown, for a number of reasons. Back in the day it was almost an accidental acquisition.

Posted at 15/2/2021 22:32 by adrunkenmarcus
SPX is a rare and valuable company. I simply look at its dividend payments which are increased significantly each year and paid like clockwork. Looking at SPX's dividends, you'd never guess there was a global pandemic or that the UK economy had arguably had its worst year since 1709.
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