Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Tyman Plc LSE:TYMN London Ordinary Share GB00B29H4253 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -8.00 -1.72% 457.50 565,374 16:35:14
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
459.50 460.50 471.00 460.00 471.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 572.80 47.60 19.07 24.0 898
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:19:19 O 84 457.50 GBX

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2021-06-18 16:31:54457.5084384.30O
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2021-06-18 16:12:15462.1710,35547,858.12O
2021-06-18 16:04:45460.153,21914,812.29O
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Tyman Daily Update: Tyman Plc is listed in the Construction & Materials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TYMN. The last closing price for Tyman was 465.50p.
Tyman Plc has a 4 week average price of 460p and a 12 week average price of 371.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 509p while the 1 year low share price is currently 165.20p.
There are currently 196,232,876 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 348,494 shares. The market capitalisation of Tyman Plc is £897,765,407.70.
bummel45: I know the results were really good, and together with the dividend announcement, there is good reason for the price rise. However, the last few days, and today in particular, seem rather exceptional. Does anyone have any idea on reasons for this?
jeffian: I'm normally a bit sceptical about Directors' share purchases - so often relatively modest amounts designed to express support or linked to some incentive scheme - but today's announcement of the purchase of 100,000 shares at 356.5 by a non-Exec catches the eye.
sphere25: Moved really well this. Well done to all those continued to hold longer than I did. It's another forecast beating statement, but the price is well through the pre-Covid highs now, and it isn't like the revenue is significantly ahead of last year. The market is clearly looking forward, but it's easy to forget that these monstrous share price moves are now pricing in significantly more than they were pre-Covid crash, which ultimately means a much greater emphasis on the delivery having to be bang on the money. Will they all deliver? All imo
sphere25: Stock is over £2 now and clearly a different proposition to that when highlighting the larger interest in the stock down at £1.45. Haven't maximised the gains here by trying to nip in and out (with half an eye on the wider market) but who would have thought the US would V from the bottom in light of all the uncertainties and economic carnage out there. I certainly didn't! Well done to the folk who have held through the gyrations because this is one of those which has lumpy moves akin to a rugby ball bouncing on a trampoline. Added a broker note below which shows a price target of 230p. The risk reward looks much more balanced now so happy to revisit this one if there is an overbought plunge with the wider market. "Tyman looks robust, says Peel Hunt Tyman (TYMN), which provides building products to the door and window industry, has managed to avoid raising capital but Peel Hunt is cutting its forecasts to be more conservative. Analyst Harry Philips retained his ‘add’ recommendation and target price of 230p on the shares, which fell a penny to 207p yesterday. He said the group was in ‘robust shape to weather the storm’. ‘We started the crisis wondering if it might have to raise equity for defensive reasons but are now confident this will not be necessary,’ he said. ‘In addition, recent customer and peer group read across has been more positive than we expected, which is encouraging. We are cutting our numbers to factor in a tougher environment… [to] a more conservative base with, hopefully, risk on the upside.’"
sphere25: Price 180p. Breaking out. Hard work this stock (for a proper company).
sphere25: Stuck at around that 170p mark. Stock has pushed on for some half decent gains but very disappointing moves overall. Liberum out with a sector wide top picks note (though still doing very little for TYMN): "Top picks · Howden: very well placed for renewed growth, strong finances · Travis Perkins: market under-estimates finances, value creation in demerger and core momentum We see good upside in small caps: · Volution*: strong international, UK regulations and self-help · Tyman: undervalued US exposure · Speedy Hire*: UK infrastructure, strong finances, self-help levers · SigmaRoc*: profit improvement potential, infrastructure exposure · Safestyle*: significant upside on recovery, strengthened finances"
sphere25: It is potentially a matter of survival for many companies now. Clearly depends on how far the government goes on the lockdowns. A few months look manageable for the majority. If we go (we really shouldn't) deeper, then it clearly has the scope to get very ugly. I'm sure TYMN will update shortly, but I've taken a few for a short term bounce. Grossly oversold and hasn't bounced with the market yet. Some nice buying coming in today too so there is potential. Alot of these stocks have also been clobbered to the point where bad news is now resulting in rallies, which would suggest that a great deal of doom and gloom has already been priced in.
sphere25: Like to trade this one - looks cheap, but it's nigh on impossible to be long anything at the moment, or long for err...long Analyst comment below: "Tyman (TYMN), supplier of building materials to the window and door industry, has reported ‘solid results’ and Numis says the group is undervalued. Analyst Christen Hjorth reiterated his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of 330p on the stock after full-year results came in in-line with expectations with no further contract losses. ‘We are encouraged by the group’s progress, including an impressive beat on net debt, and the increased strategic focus on self-help initiatives,’ he said. ‘Despite this, Tyman trades on a 2021 price/earnings ratio of c.8x and dividend yield of c.5%. In our view, this significantly undervalues the group."
jeffian: Because the results were as expected and the performance was already in the price. The half year results in July were "below expectations" and the Trading Update in November was "in line with (revised) expectations" and you can see the effects in the chart above. In fact, the final Operating Profit reported was very slightly ahead of the anticipated figure reported in November.
brummy_git: All the latest building product valuation multiples and KPIs can be downloaded from here, including TYMN
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