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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 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 43.1 -0.9 -16.3 - 60

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/5/2014
06:59
May be of interest to others taking a look. http://www.privatepunter.co.uk/Companies/taking-a-look-6-april-2014
hastings
19/3/2014
14:51
Manufacturing volume in Q3 was -0.6% and Q4 was +1.2%. so H2 was about +0.3%. No fireworks there, then. January was +2.2% but it was against a very weak comparison month 12 months ago. Numbers look to be on the mend but I don't trust government numbers, particularly ahead of an election. Given the profit warnings around from UK small cap manufacturers in Q4 (AIM had the most warnings since 2009) and weakening index of small and medium businesses in the in the US FNIB survey, I don't think there is anything at all odd about TXH numbers. I can find little evidence of underlying strengthening in the UK economy apart from government numbers which often get significantly revised later once political capital has been made from them. Some of the biggest bellwether companies like packaging company Macfarlane, which has 20000 UK customers, have only shown meagre improvements. I think the recovery is being exaggerated for obvious reasons. (The exception is the housing sector where there is clear improvement in activity but that is only being achieved through mortgage lending up 30% in January - funnily enough spurred on by the government's help to buy scheme kicking in ahead of an election. What good is a debt-driven boom if it's actually just a debt-driven slight improvement with a tax-payer subsidy, and the sector with the greatest job growth is real estate?)
aleman
19/3/2014
13:29
A bit concerning - manufacturing is booming currently and these should be showing a lot more growth imo.
pictureframe
19/3/2014
10:55
Results out. EPS is down to 9.1p but cashflows still look strong compared to market cap which makes the slight cut in the dividend disappointing, although the yield is still over 5%. Good to see debt down by £478k despite capex exceeding depreciation by £353k. Still looks cheap at the current price to me. Net current assets below market cap is usually a buy indicator to value investors. I rang in the minor error in the results. See if you can spot it. I doubt it will mean a replacement RNS as it is only a small value discrepancy and does not alter the main numbers people look for.
aleman
06/11/2013
15:21
Down 10% but no trades!
knigel
09/4/2013
13:06
Results gone down well
knigel
08/10/2012
11:01
mr burrows plaything.
charo
23/8/2012
12:51
Dumped the lot - not a good update back to lows me thinks
pictureframe
28/3/2012
21:21
Off the radar, under-researched and they appear to be one of those rare UK listed success stories. I'll be hoping to get in on a retracement once the buzz of these results dies down.
contrarian2investor
28/3/2012
14:23
Can see this seriously going north !
saud2237
28/3/2012
14:21
SCREAMING BUY !!!
saud2237
27/3/2012
20:31
4p dividend AND PE of 3...wicked!
knigel
27/4/2011
22:08
Oh and NAV £1.17p
pictureframe
27/4/2011
22:05
This is looking good. MNFG up 2.4% - weak £ boosting exports...massive director buying, order book well ahead and I suspect a big dividend next time around. Oh and a blue sky chart breakout.
pictureframe
17/1/2011
16:45
Hmmmm this has had a rocket put up its backside. There company has won some very large contracts lately and I suspect the recovery has got someone interested, keep an eye on a bid. The market cap is crazy at just 3 million
pictureframe
08/4/2010
08:24
Oh and NAV of £1.00 so 50% discount !
pictureframe
07/4/2010
17:17
Results out, still making profits,still paying divi - market cap of just £3 MILLION - this is one undervalued share. Will be buying more tomorrow
pictureframe
28/10/2009
13:25
Director buy bodes well even though not an earth shattering amount.
pictureframe
12/10/2009
22:03
Yes I am patient, this is a long termer for me altough the lack of action is somewhat perplexing - still I got another £300 divi cheque today so that helps ;0)
pictureframe
12/10/2009
15:51
LOL, you really are a patient man PF!!! ;) Spread is still awfull and no volume to speak off even though they are very illiquid. Good luck to you.
trojan
12/10/2009
15:08
Breakout at long last !
pictureframe
23/9/2009
10:04
market rise over the past few months this is servely lagging and just started to move
pictureframe
17/8/2009
11:54
at last a bit of action here
pictureframe
13/8/2009
12:38
Must say this is a frustrating share, the general market rally has seen this fall making the gap even more obvious. This must get noticed eventually !
pictureframe
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