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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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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/4/2009
09:26
Would be interested to hear what others have to say on this one and will have a quick look myself in more detail later!!
trojan
29/4/2009
17:49
Ok views on this please. P/E of just 3 Yeilding 15.2% Very little debt with extremely strong balance sheet. Just come off it's low but has yet to play market catch up.
pictureframe
29/4/2009
08:34
moving again
pictureframe
27/4/2009
16:32
had to pay 70p for my order
pictureframe
27/4/2009
15:48
Oh and chart breakout today ;0)
pictureframe
27/4/2009
15:47
13.9% yield - Pe of 2.6 - very strong balance sheet - hardly any debt. Bought 20,000 yet to show. Will create a new thread later
pictureframe
07/9/2007
11:13
RNS Number:4845D Tex Holdings PLC 07 September 2007 TEX HOLDINGS PLC INTERIM STATEMENT Chairman's Statement Tex Group turnover for the six months to 30th June 2007 amounted to #17.7m - an increase of just over 5% on the comparable first half figure in 2006. Pre-tax profit totalled #582k which represents a rise of 10% over the amount recorded in the previous year. Sales in the Plastics Division were #10.1m which compares with #9.1m in 2006 - an increase of 11%. Pre-tax profit earned was #395k as against #191k in 2006: performance at Derby was steady, whilst there was a marked improvement at Barnstaple in Devon which largely accounted for the divisional year on year uplift. The plastic injection moulding market remains competitive, but both Tex companies have a significant number of client tooling programmes under development and both have recently won significant new accounts - which augurs positively for the future. The Engineering Division saw turnover largely unchanged in the first half at #4.3m, although the trading result was fractionally below breakeven as a result of contract timings. Looking forward to the second half, the expectation is for profitable trading on higher turnover, as last year. In the Boards & Panels Division, turnover at #3.3m was marginally down on the figure recorded in the first half of 2006, but profitability at #163k was better than last year due mainly to overhead downsizing which was carried through in November 2006. Across the Group as a whole, the current indications are that both turnover and profitability will be stronger in the second half with order books generally remaining firm and a number of contracts coming to maturity. The Board is proposing to pay an interim dividend of 3.5 pence (2006: 3.0 pence) which will be paid on 15th October 2007 to Shareholders on the register as at 21st September 2007.
vs
06/7/2007
22:31
I think this is a fair price, for now. What I'm interested in is who replaces Harrison on the Board. The foundation is looking good for the future. Debt is low and the pension issues seem to be behind them. What we need is the right person at the helm to develop new and exciting strategies.
lasmo
06/7/2007
09:43
thanks for info lasmo and peladon....explains the further wooooosh today.
meadow50
06/7/2007
08:21
Tipped yesterday in City Confidential tipsheet as a strong buy.
peladon
05/7/2007
23:39
Meadow, Recent note out from Brokerlink.It's not on the their web site but if you call them direct you should be able to get a copy. I think that might explain the recent buying. The note said that they were cheap and that the short to meduim term prospects look good. Please note that these shares shouldn't really have a full listing as virtually anyone can move that price. As I've said before majority of the shares are in long terms hands.....good luck.
lasmo
05/7/2007
14:43
is an 8p rise on 120 a wooooosh?talking to myself again.
meadow50
05/7/2007
11:43
up again.enjoy...only 2 of us here1
meadow50
05/7/2007
11:41
up again.enjoy...only 2 of us here1
meadow50
19/6/2007
13:36
Hi Cr Riv was turned off this co by speaking to a downbeat director..see his post of 28 march and my reply same day.Now 2 of the Directors have gone,hopefully one of them was Mr downbeat.If you are thinking of buying I suppose there's a chance that Harrison will sell his shares (1.74%) which might create a buying opp.The market cap is only 7.5m and with 34m t/o they should be doing better profitwise imo.
meadow50
19/6/2007
13:20
AGM statement out - looks pretty upbeat, especially for a company on a very low PE and paying a near 6% yield imo. ----------------------- Annual General Meeting - Tuesday 19th June 2007 Chairman's Update on Trading at AGM Activity levels slowed during April and May but have come back more firmly in June. Enquiries and quotations presently continue at a buoyant rate and the trading prospects for the second half appear encouraging. As always we face competition in the markets we serve, but a number of our commercial and productivity initiatives are now coming to fruition. Increasing management attention is also necessarily being applied to the supply chain, where material and component shortages have become more of an issue than in the past. We are facing up to these challenges backed up by a healthy order book and the anticipated early conversion of a number of pipeline business prospects. Mark Harrison is retiring on 19th September 2007 on reaching 60 years of age. On behalf of the Board and Shareholders I would like to thank him for his long and valued service to Tex and wish him well for the years to come. An executive search company, Tyzak Associates, has been hired to find a replacement and in due course an announcement will be made. At the same time, Panton Corbett will be standing down as a Non-Executive Director and as Chairman of the Audit Committee. Matthew Cadbury has agreed to step into his role. I would like to thank Panton for many years of loyal service to the Company and wish him well in his retirement. --------------------- CR
cockneyrebel
19/6/2007
12:23
XD tomorrow for a 4p divi I believe? Is that why thse are up today or have I missed some AGM news? CR
cockneyrebel
18/6/2007
10:35
Cheers, yep, looks like it has been very hot and cold. Will watch for the AGM statement - ta. CR
cockneyrebel
18/6/2007
09:50
cr i have looked at this one several times chairman owns all the property don't see the point of it being listed other than to tell his mates he owns so many shares in it can pay a high dividend one year and virtually nothing the following it just depends on profits
ntv
18/6/2007
08:29
AGM tomorrow. If you buy now you still get the 4p final divi next week. I'd be amazed if these were paying a 4p final divi if they thought this year was that tough. Seem very cheap considering they made a big provision last year too. CR
cockneyrebel
28/3/2007
23:21
Nice to see a bit of interest in TEX. I've held these shares for the best part of 15 years. I really hope that these shares don't becoming a traders share. The majority of the stock is held in long term hands. The MM's hold very little stock. Hence practically anyone can move the price. This is bad for the company, as the price can move without any real justification. The company hasn't helped over the years either, as to be honest, they have not managed the presentation of news to the market very well. The way I view this stock is that it is a long term bet. The dividend has stood up well over the test of time. The pension problem seems (at last) to be behind them. My view is buy at a sensible price say 100p - 130p....and tuck them away somewhere. Take the dividend and wait for a take over or Management Buy back...which I believe both are possible at north of 170p
lasmo
28/3/2007
17:08
RIV Thanks for the warning and your good luck wishes.The 4000 shares I bought yesterday were at 116p but on the numbers they still look cheap at today's 123p+ .If they do switch to AIM it might not be a bad thing because it would be one of AIMs highest yielders and attractive to those AIM funds being touted to elderly people at seminars to escape IHT. As to the miserable Director u spoke to ,only Harrison has any shares at all..1.74%..so only he might be interested in switching to AIM for IHT reasons.Dont know why your man was trying to put you off...per announcement order book was up at 10m and big contract coming to fruition in 2nd half.Congrats on your research...I'll see whether Burrows,Cadbury,Corbett or Greve leave in the near future...obviously one of them is not happy with his work...
meadow50
28/3/2007
16:36
Careful with this one meadow50. Just to say having looked at what are decent results I phoned the company. Two main points: - they're ISAble, but have considered and are considering moving to AIM. So no point/incentive yet in either ISAing them or buying them for taper relief due to uncertainty - the director I spoke to gave the most downbeat assessment of prospects of any director I've ever spoken to - and that's a lot of directors! Not just realistic, but depressing, about Chinese competition, the state of manufacturing, potential for growth over this year...I'd have said he was actually trying to put me off. And he succeeded! Good luck anyway - I'm staying clear!
rivaldo
28/3/2007
16:23
up 7% today...can't be bad
meadow50
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