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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tex Holdings Plc LSE:TXH London Ordinary Share GB0008850470 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 73.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 40.4 -0.7 -9.3 - 60

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09/9/2003
10:20
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ntv
24/8/2003
21:00
colonelA: Thank you very much for that information and I will heed your advice.Oh, by the way what does BB mean?Thanks again.
ander
23/8/2003
14:09
ander: MM's don't systematically hold stock. If the price of a stock has moved considerably you can try to guestimate the MM's net position (long or short) from historical trades. What is generally being refered to above is the liquidity of a stock - the relationship between trades and price. Generally, the smaller the market cap of a company the less liquid its shares will be. If the percentage of shares held by big (by implication non-trading) holders is higher than normal then the shares are likely to be less liquid. However in times of flux a company's shares are likely to become more liquid than normal. TXH is quite a small company to have a full listing. Looking at it now the only obvious issues are that the price has already risen on good results and (in my opinion) they've paying a large percentage of profits in dividend. To a new trader: Everybody on a BB has a position. Most posters are genuine but there are some real chancers trying to influence the price of shares they have an interest in. Do dyor. Until you speak the lingo and unserstand the risks (12 months say) trade slowly and carefully.
colonel a
22/8/2003
21:34
I am new to trading and wondered if someone could please explain how you know how much stock the mm's hold.Also how do you know how many shares in total a particular company has in circulation.
ander
21/8/2003
13:56
TOLD YOU THERE WOULD BE MORE TO COME...... .......AND THERE`S STILL MUCH MORE TO COME...........
boobly
01/8/2003
09:43
NTV Main problem with these shares is the MM's hold very little stock. Hence small amounts of buying or selling, have a large effect on the price. If TEX pull off the big Asia deals, their profits will be secure for 2-3 years, price will easily jump to £2 - £3. Note though, these Asia deals have been a round for a long time, hence they are definately not in the price at present. My broker put me into TEX more than 10 years ago. Between his clients we hold around 20% of the company. The chairman has another large slice (around 40% I think). Hence there is very little free stock around and very little trading. Share price has been all over the place, but I've been very pleased with the yield. Indications are that next year's yield will be as good if not better than this year. I believe you have a sound investment.
lasmo
29/7/2003
00:31
looks interesting for a one year outlook with good yield bought a few today and will now wait and watch to see which way it goes next
ntv
19/7/2003
00:13
NICE RESULTS...........NICE TICK UP ! MORE TO COME.......
boobly
13/7/2003
16:32
Whispers are that delayed results will contain long awaited pleasant suprises, this will certainly precipitate the rerating.
boobly
13/7/2003
15:11
results should come in at the pretax £1 million and way overdue a re rating imo
empirestate
02/7/2003
11:20
We should be due for some news here........Good I hope :-)
boobly
19/5/2003
14:03
Chart looks promising. Results due out in June. Last statement was positive on future trading.....so let's wait and see???
lasmo
25/11/2002
13:53
Lasmo......these have gone up almost vertically.....and fully justified in doing so....i still feel these are still very cheap at a P/E of just 6
saskatoon
25/11/2002
10:31
Don't know if anyone read my above posting.....But Up 6% today already.
lasmo
25/11/2002
10:31
Don't know if anyone read my above posting.....But Up 6% today already.
lasmo
25/11/2002
10:26
Don't know if anyone read my above posting.....But Up 6% today already.
lasmo
24/11/2002
23:30
See latest results....next 6 months look promising.
lasmo
22/3/2002
21:53
I've traded in this stock for 4 years. They normally pay a good dividend, so if the price falls, best thing is to try to ride it out. Core business is solid spread over many industrial sectors. Icing on cake is a large contract in the Philipinnes which is signed but subject to world bank finance, which to date hasn't been forth comming. I remain positive as Tex has seen these sorts of deals before and make a bunch. If finance comes share price will easily go to £2 and that no ramp. Without above contract price will probably trade between 70p and £1.20. As you say there is very little trade in this stock as most of the shares are held by solid long term, dividend driven investors. However with very little stock in the hands of MM's, this can lead to large price surges. PS Other thing to watch is there could easily be a move to take Tex out of the Exchange and back into private hands. Most of the sharing holding is held by a few, who I know are fed up with some of the reg's which come with a listing. Again if this were to happen I believe the true price to buy up the remaining stock would be around £1.50 Good luck.
lasmo
22/3/2002
20:39
Starting to look interesting. Is there are buyer out there? This stock is pretty illquid to say the least. Is the mm trying to hike the price in order to obtain stock? at present it's pretty unclear as to what is forceing the share price up at present.
quadrophonia
21/3/2002
23:22
Are you the Pete Barnes of Crawley, by any chance? I've bought a few Tex, my secret weapon. It's a very small company that's probably why the price drops so much - nobody trades this stock much, anyway. Good management, but it's in pretty risky trading zones. www.tex-holdings.co.uk
quadrophonia
06/10/2001
23:52
huuuuuuuuuummmmmmm no sorry
petebarnes
06/10/2001
23:49
Any one know anything about this stock. They look very cheap and go up and down on the smallest of volume.
lasmo
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