Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
XP Power 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
  -130.00p -3.55% 3,530.00p 3,500.00p 3,570.00p 3,620.00p 3,420.00p 3,620.00p 13,599 16:35:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 129.8 27.8 112.0 31.5 678.99

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XP Power Daily Update: XP Power is listed in the Electronic & Electrical Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker XPP. The last closing price for XP Power was 3,660p.
XP Power has a 4 week average price of 3,350p and a 12 week average price of 3,275p.
The 1 year high share price is 3,750p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,790p.
There are currently 19,234,796 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 8,636 shares. The market capitalisation of XP Power is £678,988,298.80.
nfs: Weak pound leading to share price rise?
johnroger: A month without a post and the share price breaks 2700 for the first time!
jon123: lol yes but a 20% increase in a share price is still 20% no matter if its a £2 move or a 36p move its still 20% I agree with you the price of £18/share does scare people but it shouldn't I have a number of such priced shares and too be honest once you have a few and watch the price movements on a daily basis there's nothing to be scared of
tudes100: Richard Beddard ( Money Observer) XP Power's (XPP) results confirm the business's decade-long transformation. In the year to December 2015, XP Power earned 9% more revenue and 4% more profit than it did in 2014, although much of the improvement was due to currency fluctuations. Weak growth in its biggest market, the US, was compensated for by strong growth in Asia and Europe. It anticipates revenue growth in 2016. The company has also increased borrowings modestly to make two small acquisitions. XP, which has an enterprise value of over £300 million, acquired EMCO for £7 million. It says the opportunity to sell EMCO's products through its presumably much larger sales operation makes the acquisition a significant growth opportunity. US-based EMCO manufactures high voltage DC (direct current) power supplies. It's a new niche for XP, which specialises in power adaptors that convert mains AC (alternating current) to DC for the same markets. The second acquisition was a 51% stake in a South Korean distributor. It customises power supplies, including XP's, for equipment manufacturers. A share price of 1,606p values the enterprise at £324 million, about 16 times adjusted profit. The earnings yield is 6%. XP trades on a fairly full valuation, but the company has changed the way it does business over more than a decade. Originally a distributor, today it designs and manufactures the majority of its products. Customers, who commit to including XP adapters in their products for many years, seem to like those products better. The result is high returns on capital and strong cash flow.
fozzie: I've lost count of how many positive trading statements the company have released over the years and yet another one this morning. Wonderful yield for long termers, am I being a little greedy in hoping for a higher share price as well? Doesn't appear to want to move through £17 and seems range bound for now.
nimrod22: Excellent results, though share price continues to lag imho to where it should be.
jim208: I would believe that the share price is currently understated. After the October Trading Statement suggesting a US slowdown, the share price dropped sharply and immediately and has since traded lower and in a tight trading band. The Trading Statement at the beginning of January pointed towards improved US results and suggested the prior quarter data was a blip. Certainly the next Trading update will be watched closely, but I think there is a good 10% of upside to XPP if US trading continues strongly.
rocheberie: Times may have been harder over the last couple of years for XPP, but we have still seen a 45% increase in the share price over the last calendar year and an increase in the quarterly dividends which is more than I can say for some of the other stocks that I hold
rocheberie: Another recommendation to buy XPP in Alliance Trust (provided by Shares magazine)Electrical power kit supplier XP Power (XPP:AIM) could surprise the market in the second half, sparking forecast upgrades and a jump in the shares, perhaps to as high as £16. The £255 million cap continues to grow despite signs of a global clampdown on capital investment spending (see Opinion, Shares, 25 Jul).Revenues for the six months to end June rose 5.4% to £49 million, enough to make up almost half of the £99.8 million anticipated by the market for the full year. Any improvement in orders above the current run rate would further bolster the top line. Impressively robust operating margins, which increased from 21.3% to 21.6% year-on-year during the half, demonstrate the scope for new sales to drop straight through to profits. "At £13.26 XP Power can continue to surprise on the upside."This could trigger analysts to revisit 2014 estimates over the coming months. Investec currently expects just 3% revenue growth next year. That would imply 2014 earnings per share (EPS) of 97.6p. Assuming just 100p of EPS, and a re-rating of the price/earnings (PE) multiple from 13.5 to 16 would imply a £16 share price.We flagged XP Power's scope to outpace slow markets twice last year, first in January at 800p (see Shares, Agenda, 12 Jan '12) and again last October at £10.10 (see Shares, Agenda, 4 Oct '12). We continue to see value in 2013 forecast free cashflow and dividend yields of 7.5% and 4.7% respectively. Shares says:XP at £13.26
taurusthebear: An absolute share price has nothing to do with the valuation of the company, if that is the only thing you are considering. But obviously, it is pro-rata related i.e. if XPP share price suddenly halved, without any reason, then it would be twice as good value. A company on a share price of 1p can have a bigger market capitalisation, and be more expensive in terms of valuation, than one with a share price of 10 quid. Look at the number of shares in issue for starters. Then consider the points in post 1058. :0)
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