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WG. Wood Group (john) Plc

206.60
-0.20 (-0.10%)
19 Jul 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Wood Group (john) Plc WG. London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
-0.20 -0.10% 206.60 16:35:12
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
206.40 206.00 208.20 206.60 206.80
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Industry Sector
OIL EQUIPMENT SERVICES & DISTRIBUTION

Wood Group (john) WG. Dividends History

No dividends issued between 21 Jul 2014 and 21 Jul 2024

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Posted at 01/7/2024 13:33 by wendsworth
dex: I have! That's life ....but well hedged in view of past trades. In any event WG owes me nothing. I do get chutes' point regarding holders at 800p though.
Posted at 27/6/2024 12:54 by wendsworth
chutes01:Our previous posts refer(last post being 1726). Back in this morning. Have re-assessed the situation. Always a risk, but consider Sidara would have walked away by now if there were any unexpected 'grubbers'.They know the sector and know what they're looking for. The key remaining question is the take-out price .Having secured some recent tasty contracts suspect the Board are looking for something north of 250 or at the very least 240.Interesting times. If the bid does succeed I shall miss trading WG! Never a dull moment!
Posted at 29/5/2024 16:42 by wendsworth
dealy: No!

dexdringle: Agreed ! Over the past two years WG has been 'a nice little earner' for so-called 'bidders' and 'their cohorts'. I look forward to to re-joining the merry go round at around 140 in the fulness of time!
Posted at 24/5/2024 07:44 by dealy
Good news today, but I don't think WG rejected Apollo last year (Apollo just pulled out as they did with several other deals)
Posted at 10/4/2024 19:35 by wendsworth
chutes01: Good to see you've mellowed out. Rightly or wrongly I see real value in WG at the level of the current share price
Posted at 27/3/2024 12:28 by wendsworth
chutes01: You are clearly very emotive regarding WG and in the process make some sound points BUT..... let's wait and see. I suspect 'the vultures' will also be doing likewise?
Posted at 26/3/2024 17:19 by iconista
So bashing WG is your hobby? If you have nothing to gain, I remain curious about why you're spending time here?
Posted at 26/3/2024 08:28 by halfpenny
WG with No Assets they have to sell to reduce debt...
Posted at 20/2/2024 20:18 by jsg123
Gargoyle
Thanks fir that thought, they're slightly above 1.5.
I was trying to ascertain if a dividend reinstatement might come at FY or whether they will wait until they are clearly within that range.
Chutes disgruntled ex employee, didn't they just raise their revenue and earnings guidance for this year. Muppet
Posted at 17/1/2024 16:00 by gargoyle2
Yes: "John Wood Group is expected to restart dividend payments this year after it posted a better than expected performance in 2023.
The FTSE 250 engineering consultancy said revenue will be up about 9 per cent to $6 billion with growth across all of its business units. As a result, underlying profit is on course to also increase by 9 per cent and be slightly ahead of forecasts at $425 million. Wood, which has its headquarters in Aberdeen, said its order book was at $6.1 billion.
Ken Gilmartin, the chief executive who took over in the summer of 2022, said he was “pretty pleased” with the performance and expects further improvements this year.
About 40 per cent of Wood’s bidding pipeline is now for contracts in what it described as sustainable solutions, which includes energy transition, decarbonisation and renewable energy.
Analysts at Investec said a dividend payment was likely for 2024. Wood’s shareholder payments have been suspended since the early months of the pandemic.
Gilmartin said capital allocation and returns to shareholders are discussed regularly at board level and would continue to be so. The shares were up 4½p, or 2.9 per cent, at 157p."

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