Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Wood Group (john) Plc LSE:WG. London Ordinary Share GB00B5N0P849 ORD 4 2/7P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -13.60p -3.16% 416.80p 416.60p 416.80p 435.30p 406.00p 435.30p 1,769,626 14:19:38
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Oil Equipment Services & Distribution 7,852.9 42.0 -1.0 - 2,841

Wood Group (john) Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/8/2019
09:45
Yep looking closely
gswredland
21/8/2019
09:42
Heading sub £4 again lets see if it holds at that level.
puffet
20/8/2019
16:07
More of a cyclical play to me
gswredland
20/8/2019
15:29
It won't worry them too much, they've made their money for life now, Watson and Co. been lining their pockets for several years now, I do hear of a fund looking to oust him though.
chutes01
20/8/2019
15:19
Another disappointing set of results. Cant get the debt under control. Management cant last much longer surely.
puffet
20/8/2019
12:09
Good news out today. I may get back in if it hits 400. News seems to support a bounce in oil stocks and therefor companies like this.This may be a bit of a way off. Question for the masses Is oil seen as a defensive play?
ch1ck
14/8/2019
17:34
400 coming again?
gswredland
18/7/2019
21:39
Sold 3/4 over the last few day I think this will correct before the next move up
ch1ck
12/7/2019
14:52
Punched nicely through 500. I see this as a supporting level now next resistance 600 and possibly some profit taking.
ch1ck
01/7/2019
09:40
Hi Gate Yes we are up 20% from the lows. We may see 450 as a support level but I think with this rally in oil we will punch 500 first
ch1ck
01/7/2019
09:37
Excellent recovery since last trading update.Still very undervalued.
gateside
26/6/2019
09:55
Topped up a few thousand shares on the news today making this my largest holding.500p looks like the obvious level to hold and provide the support for a move higher.This was way over sold fair value 650p
ch1ck
26/6/2019
07:19
Update 26.6.19: Excluding the impact of IFRS 16, adjusted EBITDA in the first half will be up around 7% and operating profit (pre-exceptional items) will be up around 25% on H1 2018.
sza2002
21/6/2019
08:35
Looking good for a return to 450p
gateside
07/6/2019
08:18
Looking to break 420. This would confirm a break out.Trade tension won't last forever and stocks will pop. I'm seeing some true bargains out there
ch1ck
04/6/2019
16:43
This is now one of my biggest Holdings. The potential for a 20% rise short term could be followed by a sustained rise if contracts start coming through
ch1ck
04/6/2019
16:34
Up over 6%Shorts closing maybe?
gateside
04/6/2019
08:22
Currently the largest riser in my portfolio. Wonder if this has turned a corner. Agree that at this low price, a takeover is a possibility.
gateside
03/6/2019
17:18
I'm with pogue on this the company has the size to compete on big projects. Imagine if there was a new boss at the helm which cleared the deadwood the price would rocket.There comes a time when the lack of efficiency and debt has to be addressed. If the board don't do it soon it will be taken out of their hands.I'm holding faith that this is on some ones radar. It's a lot of company for the price. Slumber or another big US company would whip these guys in to shape in no time.. I worked with Slumber on a few projects and they are very astute. They dodged the Deepwater disaster quite well.
ch1ck
01/6/2019
20:25
Regards holding WG PFC or an oil company I have more holdings in big oil than contractors simply because they are not going to go under or get bought out at a low price contractors might. Regards the buying spree WG went on well they took out a lot off the opposition and they got size so they can bid for much bigger contracts. Regards taking on bad projects most projects actually go bad in some way, I have worked on many in this industry, so its par for the course. Now they are so much larger I would say WG are better positioned to ride the storm coming of low oil prices, it may however go down further depending on Trump it may go up off course if war breaks out in the Middle East pays your money makes your choice but the future for oil is very unsettled as long as Trump is in the Whitehouse.
pogue
01/6/2019
13:52
may see 360p on monday, this will go below 200p then the money men will roll into town and have a field day splitting it all up - Incompetent management who are not academically qualified to hold their positions, and they must be wondering how to get themselves out of this intact.
chutes01
31/5/2019
13:30
I fear Wood has expanded far too quickly, saw AFW as a so called cheap buy without a real understanding of why AFW failed. The story is repeating itself and crisis time is upon us.
puffet
31/5/2019
13:24
AMEC over paid for Foster Wheeler and ended up with too much debt.Maybe Wood buying out AMEC saved AMEC, but we are left with a company that is a mess and management don't seem to have a good plan for the way forward.
gateside
31/5/2019
13:14
Wood should not have bought AFW the massive debt rhey have taken on shows little signs of being taken under control. The company has expanded massively and doesnt have the management or toolsets to get control. They unearth problems with the AFW projects they have inherited and are taken massive losses on these.
puffet
31/5/2019
13:06
Point taken.So is there any advantage of investing in WG. or PFC over the oil majors at all?I've come to the conclusion that I don't think there is. AMEC seemed a far better company than WG. as they were less oil price dependent.
gateside
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