Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Trifast Plc LSE:TRI London Ordinary Share GB0008883927 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50 -0.28% 176.00 175.50 178.50 178.50 175.00 175.00 23,469 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 209.0 16.4 10.1 17.4 226

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21/10/2019
07:45
From today’s trading update: Our cross-functional Brexit team which has been in place for the last three years has completed its contingency planning. We currently consider that both the operational and financial impact of any Brexit scenario will be manageable in the short-term. Although longer term implications for the wider UK economy are less easy to predict. SUMMARY Despite the short-term end market weaknesses and macroeconomic uncertainty, the strong long-term fundamentals of our business model and strategy remain unchanged. Trifast is a global business serving a broad and balanced range of sectors and geographies, generating c.70% of revenues and profits outside of the UK and with no one customer representing greater than 7% of revenue. We are a full service provider to our multinational customers, delivering reliable product engineering, quality and supply, via flexible global logistics solutions. In the long term, it is these core skills that will continue to allow us to increase market share across a wide customer base, and put us in a good position to keep moving forward and delivering on our future aspirations. With the long-term fundamentals of the business intact, the Board remains committed to its ongoing investment driven growth strategy and is optimistic for the long-term future. The Directors look forward to providing the next update at the time of the Group's Half-year results in November 2019.
johnsoho
25/7/2019
18:02
Shore Capital raise their recommendation from hold to buy
robow
11/7/2019
19:03
I thought someone had been increasing their holdings....that is a positive! C5% up to c10%...
merrimac
21/6/2019
11:27
Richard Beddard has written a full page on TRI in this week's Moneyweek. Delve into Trifast's nuts and bolts. This British supplier of fastener's has tightened up its act over the past decade
robow
18/6/2019
18:26
GDP has been good to me over the past few years having bought them @ 40p I still think it is a well run company I tend to agree with the Inv Chronicle that growth in eps, Sp etc will not be repeated over the next few years and rate TRI as a HOld. Could be a solid slow growth company with large non-uk exposure. I suspect that the 12 month high of 273p will not be seen again for several years
camerongd53
11/6/2019
07:24
I didn't read anything too alarming in the review but nothing startling either. I expect the share price 'should' really stay where it is at a Pe of around 15-17. I like the future opportunity in EV but I do see this company as a plodder. No doubt there will be a bit of a drop but I hope the price will settle at a fair level.
merrimac
18/4/2019
07:49
Trading update was pleasant enough. Now to see the shares climb and hover at a more realistic level.
hiraniha
18/4/2019
07:33
Underperfomed, you are not wrong...was hard to hold when it makes up 15% of folio! Will sell down some soon as I am too overweight in it for my balance...but they are a great company - hence my conviction hold so far....bought a few years ago and have accumulated on weaknesses.
merrimac
18/4/2019
07:28
Underperformed over an eighteen month period. Now we should see some more catch up.
broadwood
18/4/2019
07:04
From FinnCap..."An encouraging year-end update, with profits slightly ahead of expectations, although signalling that the trading environment has become more challenging. Revenue growth has been achieved across all regions. New banking facilities have been announced, providing firepower for future acquisitions. We slightly upgrade 2019 expectations, with a 1.5% EPS increase. Momentum is returning to the shares but they still look attractive at these levels, with 26% upside to our maintained 270p price target"
merrimac
18/4/2019
06:39
From FinnCap..."An encouraging year-end update, with profits slightly ahead of expectations, although signalling that the trading environment has become more challenging. Revenue growth has been achieved across all regions. New banking facilities have been announced, providing firepower for future acquisitions. We slightly upgrade 2019 expectations, with a 1.5% EPS increase. Momentum is returning to the shares but they still look attractive at these levels, with 26% upside to our maintained 270p price target"
merrimac
17/4/2019
17:14
Hoping for a good RNS update tomorrow. Good luck all...
57eady eddie
12/4/2019
07:37
The volume seems small to me and it seems like someone is just taking what they can get. Does anyone have better visibility? Mind you, many holders will have had their funds actually doing something useful for the past couple of months and may just be getting back in hoping that there will be a recovery following the next update (surprised there wasn't much of one on the last update).
merrimac
11/4/2019
20:46
Thanks merrimac...great transparency from TRI
gleach23
11/4/2019
15:57
The date of April 18 is on their website (financial calendar)...I checked it a day or two ago as the price seemed to be lifting.
merrimac
11/4/2019
15:35
Where have you heard this? Although very nice rises today and yesterday
57eady eddie
11/4/2019
14:45
TS due on 18th April
robow
13/2/2019
14:10
Have the company announced the TU is tomorrow hiraniha?
gleach23
04/2/2019
10:35
Hello hold on
57eady eddie
04/2/2019
09:52
Yes it's the level of diversification that's key - many probably see the company as being overly dependent on the car industry. Chart wise it's looking better.
hawaly
04/2/2019
09:22
from Citywire Funds Insider Trifast (TRFT) Who’s trading? Citywire AA-rated Julian Fosh and Anthony Cross The trade: The Liontrust UK equity stars doubled their stake in high-spec industrial nuts, bolts and screws maker Trifast from 5.1% of shares to 10.2% worth £22.7 million at a share price of 188p. How have the shares performed? After climbing more than 150% over the three years to April 2018 to a post-2000 record high of 276p the group has tumbled 31% over the last 10 months. What does the company say? After steering guidance higher in the previous year the business in November said it was ‘in a great position’ and that business remained resilient ‘despite the macroeconomic backdrop’. It pointed to a diversified global production and sales base as a factor helping to Brexit-proof the company against short-term turbulence. What’s the outlook? Research house Berenberg last week slashed its target price from 275p to 200p but that set the group against steadily more optimistic consensus, with the median target rising from 244p in late 2017 to 256p today, on a buy-to-hold analyst recommendation ratio of three to one.
robow
30/1/2019
13:28
Seems to be a big increase in volume over the last few days.
hawaly
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