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
  125.00 1.04% 12,130.00 117,481 16:35:22
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
12,095.00 12,105.00 12,100.00 11,890.00 11,890.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 1,193.40 240.10 235.50 51.5 8,938
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:09:02 O 4,824 12,130.00 GBX

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Spirax-sarco Engineering Daily Update: Spirax-sarco Engineering Plc is listed in the Industrial Engineering sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SPX. The last closing price for Spirax-sarco Engineering was 12,005p.
Spirax-sarco Engineering Plc has a 4 week average price of 10,985p and a 12 week average price of 10,520p.
The 1 year high share price is 12,335p while the 1 year low share price is currently 8,164p.
There are currently 73,684,195 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 144,962 shares. The market capitalisation of Spirax-sarco Engineering Plc is £8,937,892,853.50.
energeticbacker: SPX delivered exceptional results in 2020, despite considerable challenges in its markets. Its ongoing success is testament to a robust operating model and a constant focus on improvement and innovation, with some small high margin acquisitions also helping to keep it ahead of the competition. Find out more about this Ultimate Stock on Investor's Champion.
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. apad
thetwentiestrader: An article on the quality business of Spirax-Sarco, looking at its fundamentals, its valuation and its current price hxxps://
mach100: Excellent results. Divi hike is always good news. Justifying its lofty valuation. Going to average up now as I share the company's confidence in the outlook. The restructuring is going well in Chromalux.
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.
philanderer: Shore wary of Spirax-Sarco risks Spirax-Sarco (SPX) faces greater risks than the market is factoring in, according to Shore Capital. Analyst Tom Fraine retained his ‘sell’ recommendation on shares in the engineering group, down 4.7% at £113.58 yesterday at the time of writing, after the company reported a year-on-year revenue decline for the four-month period to 31 October. Although Fraine believes a recovery in industrial production will be ‘steadier than analysts previously expected’ he raised concerns about Spirax-Sarco. ‘We think the risks the company faces may be greater than the market perceives with only around half of its revenue driven by defensive markets,’ he said. ‘Although c.50% of Spirax’s revenue is driven by small £1,000-£2,000 tasks, its growth is still largely dependent on increased industrial production. The group’s average order book is seven weeks, so there is very limited visibility.’ HTTPS://
mach100: Hard to know where to stand on SPX. Ok we had sell on news brigade today and the slowing IP growth is always a concern. That said any falls recently have dissipitated like steam in a shower room after a very brief drop. On track expectations is pretty good in Covid times and I feel there is a lot of funds who like having SPX in its holdings. Will hold on until there is a clearer direction of travel. I might sell some at £110 and see where it heads from there if it falls to that price.
lageraemia: Yeah, I sold a few today. Great company, but PE ratio is huge, and its not obvious how it will turn its excellenece into CASH to disperse as dividends. I can't say anything bad about the company though.....just the share price!
mach100: Yet SPX steams higher! I think these brokers have the easiest job. Make a prediction then keep it but adjust it up or down. Way off beam they are on SPX to date!
mach100: I hope you will have sobered up by the time you see 10 times the number of SPX shares in your PF Marcus! I suppose a share split might make the swings less pronounced as SPX has been between £89, £81 and £73 during my purchases. £100 was imo always going to be a psychological selling trigger point for some investors. I am hanging on for £105 myself as at least the dividend is retained and covered. SPX actually held above £100 at the close but might fall under tomorrow as the Dow faded into the close and US v China tensions may be to the fore over the weekend. But I like SPX and its niche market so may sell 50% only at £105 or £10.50 in a share split.
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