Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Waterman Group LSE:WTM London Ordinary Share GB0009422543 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 139.50p 138.00p 141.00p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 91.3 3.6 7.6 18.4 41

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
30/6/2016
08:50
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/brexit-uk-construction-sector-heading-for-brick-wall-as-infrastructure-projects-suspended-a7109681.html
shanklin
28/6/2016
17:53
Can u post how u got to 18 p
brianbadonde
28/6/2016
15:58
Good write-up in today's FT with regards to warning investors that major commercial property developments are now "all up in the air", especially those in central London. www.ft.com/cms/s/0/41de79b4-3c56-11e6-9f2c-36b487ebd80a.html#axzz4Csi3KkzE
brummy_git
27/6/2016
20:40
18p target
rubberbullets
27/6/2016
11:08
Because there is now a (perceived) standstill in commercial & residential investment into London & SE market.
darlocst
27/6/2016
11:07
Just about anything housebuilding related is being hammered. So yes, WTM are more vulnerable than most shares outside the sector. The fall is likely a function of two related factors: high valuations and the sector’s extreme sensitivity to consumer confidence. WTM however do have a strong balance sheet with very low gearing.
carcosa
27/6/2016
10:56
WTM seems to be being unduly punished here.....is there a good reason why we're more vulnerable to Brexit than the average share ?
fredfishcake
27/6/2016
10:08
Two major contracts for WTM
napoleon 14th
20/6/2016
20:18
Further M&A - WSP buys Schlumberger's industrial water consultancy business. No financial details given.http://www.theconstructionindex.co.uk/news/view/wsp-buys-schlumbergers-water-consultancy-business?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter
norbert colon
14/6/2016
16:33
After being away for a week and returning today, it's clear looking through the boards of shares I hold that no one wants to hold anything if we vote out. There was clearly a change in the polls a couple of days ago (presumably brexit had a poll "victory"), and the resulting drop in share prices is just a reflection on the likelihood of an English (but not for long Scotland, Northern Ireland or perhaps even Welsh) exit, and the devastation that would bring to our economy both short and long term.
muckshifter
13/6/2016
09:44
Is there something going on in the background to justify the sharp fall?
brummy_git
13/6/2016
09:16
No one wants to be holding this if we vote out.
darlocst
09/6/2016
17:21
Not sure if this was posted but it seem The Naked Trader has sold out after his target was hit, which no doubt prompted some of the recent panic selling. However he did quote ''Ill be back''
pj 1
08/6/2016
14:32
Although Brexit is clearly an unknown in-so-far as a tangible impact on Waterman or any other UK business, I had to smirk when I read a section from Peter Lynch's excellent book 'One up on Wall Street' whilst on holiday, this extract concerning reasons that people sell. "...lately we've had to contend with the drumbeat effect. A particularly ominous message is related and than over until its impossible to get away from it. A couple of years ago there was the drumbeat around the M-1 money supply. When I was in the Army, M-1 was a rifle and I understood it. Suddenly M-1 was this critical digit on which the entire future of Wall Street depended and I couldn't tell you what it was. Anyway, for months there was something in the news about the M-1's growing too fast and people worried that it would sink our economy and threaten the world. What better reason to sell stocks than that "the M-1 is rising" - even if you weren't sure what the M-1 was".... #BREXIT - There is always something to worry about.
norbert colon
07/6/2016
12:01
buying opportunity
mfhmfh
07/6/2016
11:50
Spooked by AUK comments & apparently ignoring WYG comments about UK business perhaps? A further fall would be great I could buy a few more.
trier1
07/6/2016
11:47
Weird sh1t this morning. Continuing to hold.
shanklin
07/6/2016
11:43
Steep drop this am, like you say still looks good value.
imranawan
07/6/2016
11:39
Not sure whats going off, shake or not, but Ive taken some more
pj 1
01/6/2016
16:45
Let's call that the first knock on the door of £1. Third knock and they should let us in!
mattboxy
31/5/2016
22:18
strong management as well. Positive outlook statement bodes well
pj 1
31/5/2016
20:53
Let's hope so PJ. ....maybe as Norbert's been saying for what seems years some sort of M&A is on the cards here. Well done on CSG Norbert, I only took a small holding as I viewed it very risky
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