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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Xp Power Limited LSE:XPP London Ordinary Share SG9999003735 ORD 1P (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  60.00 1.4% 4,360.00 4,330.00 4,360.00 4,420.00 4,290.00 4,350.00 22,033 16:29:55
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 199.9 24.0 107.0 40.7 856

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29/7/2015
11:20
IC Summary XP's shares are now up 12 per cent on our buy tip (1,433p, 5 Feb 2015), yet continue to look attractively priced on a forward PE multiple of 14 times. The group's recent acquisition of a South Korean distributor of power converters looks promising, as does its growing product range, smart management and exposure to the improving European economy. Buy.
cockerhoop
29/7/2015
10:55
Muted here. I thought the TS was pretty strong. I like the transition the company continues to make with regard to own brand products and in house manufacturing. I also think the ability to disconnect from China where necessary will have growing benefits if the new factory can expand. Steady growth but a nice yield to balance that out. p.s. I believe the IC have updated previous tip today? (Link from the FT) but I don't subscribe so cannot see the detail.
thorpematt
28/7/2015
16:58
27 July Broker Views: Investec Buy Target 2020p Reiterates Panmure Gordon Buy Target 1709p Reiterates
sogoesit
29/5/2015
06:54
Looking very strong at the moment after flirting with 1400 for a few months. I hold for income and have done for 7 years but you can't beat a bit of capital growth as well. If only I could spot another XPP and this time throw the kitchen sink at it.
fozzie
28/5/2015
23:58
So I've been taking a quick look back on the thread and I've only just realised to my horror that I haven't spammed it up enough with any charts! For me I've been invested here for fundamentals (e.g strong historic ROCE etc), BUT the chart has been showing an obvious £16 pivot point for some time and thus the recent breakout from that range is significant. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com FWIW (not much) my fair value calculation is some way off still so target is at least the previous record high.
thorpematt
18/5/2015
11:32
Thank you Thorpematt. Time will tell, but for now after a scan of the Annual Report and relevant RNS I too feel they are doing the right things and doing those things in the right way.
nspal
17/5/2015
11:05
nspal, It's a fair point. Continuing rises in inventory is a red flag for reasons you know doubt understand. However I'm not concerned when I see a one year on year rise in isolation. I think 2009 had a relatively large comparitive (% of balance sheet) level also. This in some respects was a pre-curser to falling revenues but we have a positive trading statement of late and thus I don't thin we should add 2+2 together on this one and think we have a repeat of 2008. Also bear in mind XPP has increased its own product mix the last few years and expanded factory capacity into an additional country - both factors in inventory requirements and logistical changes. Most important to consider for me is the issues suffered at PIC a couple of years ago when one of their supplier (western digital I THINK) had an issue with delivery of hard drives. This really messed with PICs ability to deliver their own product (set-top boxes) and thus revenues were hit heavy. )so was the stock price). If you view guidance from XPP management you will see in the risks section, that holding important items of stock at high level is a deliberate strategy. At this point one of my key drivers for holding XPP is that historically management has done a good job. I hope this helps?
thorpematt
17/5/2015
10:38
XPP have been on my radar since 2009 and they tick many boxes. However, the 23.5% rise in inventories from £20.4m to £25.2m 2013-2014 doesn't look a very positive sign to me. Have I missed something?
nspal
13/5/2015
22:59
Great sign - new 12 month closing high....
wiwaxy
11/5/2015
14:04
robow, thanks for posting that. I'd agree with that summary. Not sure if we have a positive chart forming here? Looks like it...
thorpematt
13/4/2015
18:52
A muted reaction but a positive chart longer term imo fozzie: free stock charts from uk.advfn.com All imo CR
cockneyrebel
13/4/2015
16:09
Well at least my divi was reinvested on a down day ;o) A disappointing reaction to a decent statement (again).
fozzie
09/4/2015
15:04
yep saw that today CR looks pretty positive imv. bought some ZYT too today, an old favourite. been buying HTY as well I added XPP again yesterday, while the spread was small, which seems to have been fortuitous. Strong business, i have been buying on the dips for a while now and built a decent holding. Liquidity may become a selling issue but at some point many moons from now...... sell into strength i guess. also a prime takeover target if you ask me. aimho woody
woodcutter
09/4/2015
10:40
From Victrex today: "The first half performance reflects a continuing positive contribution from Consumer Electronics" CR
cockneyrebel
08/4/2015
16:56
Apologies, i didn't read down far enough, it's April 9th (tomorrow) followed by Q1 interim trading statement on April 10th. A bit cheesed off with this slide back down to the 1400 area but i'm here for the divi as much as the capital gain.
fozzie
08/4/2015
16:55
Tomorrow fozzie, 22p dividend per share.
the juggler
08/4/2015
16:52
When is the fourth qtr dividend 2014 or final dividend announced on Feb 23 paid? I have looked but cant find the date anywhere.
fozzie
05/3/2015
13:40
Agree Thorpematt. I hold a chart of stocks and monitor them as a group rather than singularly - you can see the trends more easily. Electronics co's bottomed out and turning up imo - from that chart. All imo. CR
cockneyrebel
05/3/2015
13:36
CR, Good to hear that sir. Yes low copper price will assist to some extent I suspect. Lowered operating costs have been a focus of late here which will be massively assisted by new factory ramping up production and of course cap-ex spent there can now be funneled elsewhere. I think that even with flat sales profits will hike significantly but of course a recovery in global economics may well see sales pick up too.
thorpematt
05/3/2015
12:39
I've been looking at these Thorpematt and look decent value here I suspect. Falling copper price helps most of these co's imo. XD next week (March 12) so will buy before then if I do. TTG, VLX, PFL etc might all start sounding more positive going fwd with cheaper copper imo, which will help the sector imo All imo CR
cockneyrebel
05/3/2015
12:31
Most analysts targeting £18 ish as fair value. My calculation is nearer £17 since I have applied a modest growth profile. Yield at 4% of course so a nice hold with good yield and modest capital growth IMO.
thorpematt
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