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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Van Elle Holdings Plc LSE:VANL London Ordinary Share GB00BYX4TP46 ORD 2P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 49.00 48.00 50.00 49.00 47.20 49.00 13,524 08:00:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 84.4 -2.2 -3.0 - 52

Van Elle Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
19/8/2020
15:05
I bought these ages ago and had forgotten about them and was trapped in some kind of inertia and for some reason never sold them. Kept with them for no rational reason and would love to see them back at even around 60p to recap a chunk of the loss. So this sudden jump up is very welcome. Hope there is more to come.
acropolis1728
19/8/2020
13:39
Thanks BG, good to see you on here, we seem to share a few holdings.......
chrisdgb
19/8/2020
10:51
Looks as though VANL shares are responding favourably thanks to yesterday's video by Vox markets with Gresham house strategic. The latter a large investor in Van Elle. hxxps://www.voxmarkets.co.uk/media/5f3b93559f98da001bbc4b1d/?context=/video-archives
brummy_git
19/8/2020
10:28
Frank Nelson joining the board was all it took for me to climb aboard, best executive I have met.......
chrisdgb
18/8/2020
21:38
Not long to go now. Popcorn ready. Reading glasses on.
citizen_kane
06/8/2020
07:00
Add that name to the following list: Mark Williams Jennifer Hirst Michael Mason Matt Love Philip Chippendale Philip Norville Tony Ponterio Paul Pearson Ashley Gierth Jonathan Bullock Henry Taylor Toone John Foster Tracey Darby Peter Handley .... All long standing Senior / Exec Directors in less than 24 months!! Must be sone sort of record surely to lose a Snr member on average every 8 weeks of tenure?? Half of them brought in during this period or heralded as the new coming messiah by the master of change? Not half...Gone from £11m+ profits to what? 20th Aug will tell but I wouldn’t even be surprised to see the first ever annual loss recorded for this org.
mg111
05/8/2020
07:37
reads like a line from Catch22!
purplepelmets
04/8/2020
21:52
Peter Handley was brought in by Mark Cutler but has now gone?! More streamlining? Cutler is now streamlining the streamline with the people he brought in to streamline.
citizen_kane
04/8/2020
10:20
Surprisingly, it's been about a week since you announced this, yet there's been no news, no confirmation of any sort... You sure of this?
virageman
03/8/2020
16:22
@citizen Kane ... Peter Handley ... @QS39 ... No... he RESIGNED! Watch this space for the spin ...
mg111
31/7/2020
15:25
OR, it is the Gresham House team re-shaping things given their stake building? Makes sense no?
qs99
31/7/2020
15:14
Who is it this time? There can’t be many left.
citizen_kane
30/7/2020
08:00
Bang!!! Another one bites the dust! Make that ANOTHER Board Director that has been announced as having resigned .... Make that 4 resigned Exec Board Directors in the last 12 weeks.... The circus act continues .... what next? Redundancies? Posted Losses due to COVID19 despite the ‘positive̵7; Comms at the tail end of FY and the promised £4m profit only a few weeks before ... be an interesting read on Aug 20th? Just any excuse really to paper over the cracks of leadership incompetence....
mg111
27/7/2020
08:33
Good to see an in line statement........
chrisdgb
23/6/2020
10:58
Gresham House Strategic, an investment trust which which took a 7% stake in Van Elle earlier this year, explains the reason for its investment in its latest results out today. "We took an initial position in Van Elle, a leading piling and ground engineering specialist for the construction industry and a market leader in the Rail sector, pre-COVID-19. We have subsequently acted as a cornerstone investor in an issue of new stock to support the business through the period of disruption and through to the opportunities which lie ahead. Van Elle will benefit from a high level of infrastructure spending that we expect in the next few years. This spending was arguably well overdue, and the clear communication by the new UK Government provided confidence of a commitment to this changing. This was subsequently evidenced by the 'go-ahead' for the massive HS2 project, which Van Elle should benefit from. The company, however, has been disappointing investors since its IPO in 2016. We are backing a new management team and Board evolution to professionalise the business, enhance the banking arrangements and drive improved returns in future years from a very well invested fleet of equipment." With a new chairman, a more stable shareholder base, and a Government committed to increasing public spending on infrastructure projects, the scene would seem to be set for a long-term recovery in Vanl's shares. That's the investment thesis. Let's hope that Vanl can finally deliver on its promise.
bottomfisher
11/6/2020
21:29
Have Van Elle managed to get any of the pilling works on the TRU rail project? Network Rail OCR internal delivery rumoured to be carrying out the latest electrification works from Wigan to Lostock ; they won’t want Van Elle as specialist pilling contractor after feedback from other electrification works where Van Elle had an input. Majority of Wigan to Lostock pilling will need to be screw piles ; lots of providers who can do screw piles. Be surprised if Van Elle shares are 20p by December 2021 unless they have a major change in direction
danmart2
11/6/2020
20:32
The retreat begins – Sector specific problem (building & construction) part of the general fall back from the ramp up caused by central banks printing too much money - Remember inflation caused by too much money chasing too few goods - and thanks to general high level of shares across many companies too few equities available to soak up the surplus cash (imo) $64K question - a minor blip or the start of the 2nd down wave?
pugugly
10/6/2020
07:54
So it seems that 2 of the 3 ‘ex’ Board Directors have now confirmed it was a choice they made to leave and not part of the delusional masterplan! Covid might just have saved some red faces here in the ‘nick of time’. Oh...and to add to my theory, press stories detailing ALL 3 of these Directors’ (along with the CEO and others)being allocated ‘PDMR LTIP’ shares only just months ago???? Rest my case ... make your own minds up!! if this ever makes it back to the mid 40’s I’ll be taking my losses at that level.
mg111
09/6/2020
20:12
Not for long.
citizen_kane
07/6/2020
21:57
The bounce back continues for the last couple days
master rsi
04/6/2020
08:56
Looks a good entry level
nw99
27/5/2020
17:33
A good day after a couple of weeks of no interest in the shares, after the last retracement.
master rsi
27/5/2020
12:39
and with that we are on the move as trades keep adding in the ticker spread 33 v 36p now
master rsi
27/5/2020
12:25
Finally, the MMs made the right thing on moving the bid price to 32p Yesterday's late 14k buy and today 10K help to that decision.
master rsi
19/5/2020
15:22
No spread move yet 30 v 35 but selling at 32.10 and buying full offer 35p MMs could be more generous and moving the bid up to be just right
master rsi
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