Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Van Elle 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
  +0.00p +0.00% 94.50p 92.00p 97.00p 94.50p 94.50p 94.50p 32,852 07:33:45
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering - - - - 75.60

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/4/2017
11:21
Sry I mean Alfie (damn predictive text)
majja
28/4/2017
11:21
Wise Algiers, seems like good 85p seems like good base.
majja
28/4/2017
11:20
No tips that I can find. Sorry to hear that majja. Oddly enough I had the same notion but took the opposite tack this morning when they started to perk up. Don`t see much downside at these levels although I`ve been proved wrong on quite a few occasions before.
alfieduncan
28/4/2017
11:03
Typical sold these yesterday sitting on lose from 1.20, as they weren't going anywhere!
majja
28/4/2017
10:05
Decent volume too. Has it been tipped today?
brummy_git
28/4/2017
09:10
Staging a bit of a recovery. Hopefully some good news on the way.
alfieduncan
18/4/2017
18:26
Took some today @ 85p.
spoole5
17/4/2017
10:34
Looking interesting at these levels. Basically a temporary 5% revenue reduction has knocked 40% off the share price.
spoole5
07/4/2017
13:52
Seems to be sliding a bit further. Residual drops? Lets hope it stabilises and picks back up again.
philoosh
07/4/2017
12:58
My gut feel is there will be more bad news to come with regards to the Rail division.
dingo_dollar
05/4/2017
10:39
Not a bad level imo. Although I`d be tempted to wait to see how they`ve performed in first quarter, what the order book is looking like and whether the dispute with former employee has been resolved.
alfieduncan
04/4/2017
11:58
So is it now worth buying in to this or is the stability short lived?
philoosh
03/4/2017
13:03
Good to see that on 30th March 2017 ``Adrian Barden, acting Non-Executive Chairman, acquired 47,920 ordinary shares of 2 pence each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") at a price of 83.5 pence per share.`` He didn`t need to show loyalty and invest £40k as he`s already a shareholder. Hopefully he sees Van Elle as good value at these levels. Taken from 17/10/16 press release. Adrian Barden appointed Non-Executive Director at Quinn Industrial Holdings. ``As a previous Chairman of the Construction Products Association and former Chief Executive (UK & Ireland) of the publicly quoted Wolseley plc group, Mr Barden brings an enormous wealth of experience and insight that will benefit the company in all its markets. Mr Barden is Managing Director of advisory firm Blue Burgee Ltd and a consultant to Gerson Lehrman Group, a leader in business research services for investor and shareholder groups. He also performs non executive roles across a range of construction and engineering related business including Van Elle Ltd and Volution Group PLC.``
alfieduncan
30/3/2017
17:22
I've bought a few this morning - my assumption is that the share price is bouncing, having been very oversold. I'm also assuming, as the price has dropped so much after their last statement, they will probably produce another trading statement at the end of April (end of the financial year) to try to reassure shareholders. I think these are reasonable assumptions but .... who knows?
huttonr
30/3/2017
16:50
Encouraging signs that the recent fall may have abated. Mostly buys today I would say. Having had a keen eye on it and testing the market with dummy trades. A number of likely looking sales were,imo,buys. Looks as if the recent lack of confidence may now be in the price. Well here`s hoping there are no more skeletons in the cupboard.
alfieduncan
30/3/2017
10:04
The bottom ?? Back to mid 90's now ?
basem1
29/3/2017
09:47
agreed Alfie. Kendo just likes to spout - facts and evidence are unnecessary, and just get in the way! Remember too, that the company assured at the last trading update, even after its problems, that: " .... the Group is still well positioned to deliver double-digit revenue growth in the year ending 30 April 2018 albeit from a lower base in 2017 ...". Hardly a failing business model ... without them Kendo, just how do you think the piles are to be driven, etc
jg88721
29/3/2017
09:04
`business model` a plan for the successful operation of a business, identifying sources of revenue, the intended customer base, products, and details of financing. Ken I can`t go along with your description of what you think is happening here. Fortunately it`s not as simple as that. Confidence has taken a knock. You know the reasons but it`s way too early to call Van Elle a `failing business model` imo.
alfieduncan
29/3/2017
08:36
Nope, because it's rising. To big to fall. 32 years trading... Contract in the pipeline etc...See the buying pressure, 10,000 here, 10,000 there? 90p next stop.
alamaison5
29/3/2017
07:38
Failing business model imo.Best to be avoided!lower to fall here.
kendonagasaki
29/3/2017
06:25
Still, 31% drop, from 120p, is overdone. It should stabilise around 90p then with a new contract or two 100p. Let see what's next...
alamaison5
28/3/2017
19:50
Opodio, no the CEO didn't just quit, and they're not rudderless. Fenton remains CEO and a significant shareholder. The founder and non-exec chair resigned after the float, as did his a bloke I think is his son-in-law. His coy secretary tasks go to CFO, and other exec mgmt. team pick up his other responsibilities. He wasn't a long standing member of mgmt. team. Charlieg, it was not just a 5 % t/o drop, and lower margins, they also signalled that in addition to later starts on contracts this year, that there is greater uncertainty and less visibility on contracts for next year. We've also had the resignations noted in my first para, and some new contingent liability but too vague a disclosure to quantify impact. All this from a company which only floated very recently - and presented itself as well managed, and well placed for growth. some real questions on mgmt. credibility. Restoring its reputation, and share price rating will take some time, IMHO.
jg88721
28/3/2017
19:24
CEO quit didn't he? Rudderless Nuff said
opodio
28/3/2017
19:22
Shares are Going sub terranian Don't trust the management 50p for me
opodio
28/3/2017
18:25
Difficult to believe that announcing a 5% drop in full year t/o can have such an effect on the share value. In a specialist construction market with the uncertainty of BREXIT at the beginning of their FY and the distraction of an IPO to boot, a double digit growth is still a decent performance. With likely double digit Y/E profits, my guess is that they are guilty of issuing overly negative reports diluting some of the positive aspects. Just saying.
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