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Hayward Tyler Group Share Chat (HAYT)



Share Price: 44.50Bid: 43.00Ask: 46.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Hayward Tyl
Spread: 3.00Spread as %: 6.98%Open: 44.00High: 44.50Low: 44.00Yesterday’s Close: 44.50


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Carpking
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Price:44.50
How much
30 Jun '17
Was the recommended offer for here?
 
comeonvog
Posts: 4,218
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Price:45.00
RE: Good News
30 Jun '17
2nd RNS all done and dusted
graham-wales
Posts: 30,665
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Price:45.00
RE: Good News
30 Jun '17
Oh yeah read it wrong lol thought they had paid the £2.4 million then lol
comeonvog
Posts: 4,218
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Price:45.00
RE: Good News
30 Jun '17
Is that it.
chanjael
Posts: 153
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Price:45.00
RE: Good News
30 Jun '17
Something I'm missing? Can only see banking covenants extended to 28 July
graham-wales
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Price:45.00
Good News
30 Jun '17
Well I think so.
flundra
Posts: 467
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Volume
29 Jun '17
No volume to speak of, and no apparent leaks. Interesting given there's a momentous day ahead...
Howard05
Posts: 151
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MERGER
29 Jun '17
I guess a merger will be announced AVG very good at building up companies then selling
comeonvog
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RE: HAYT
29 Jun '17
To be honest i dont mind ether way , wouldn't even mind a wobble. ;-).
flundra
Posts: 467
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Price:45.00
RE: HAYT
29 Jun '17
To my mind, the gearing’s fine, and the banking covenants and facilities are readily resolvable (and probably have been resolved). The 2017 figures and knock on effects on banking covenants and loan repayments, have had an over-exaggerated impact on sentiment and the SP. Such is the downside of being tied to specific immovable financial year dates. Seen in context and in the longer term though, the poor figures from 2017 should be seen as a growth pain, rather than a sickness imo.

I suspect tomorrow we will see: AVG walk away, 2017 revealed as ugly but no worse than currently expected, banking facilities/covenants resolved, loans refinanced, and HAYT advise a good start to 2018 with a cautiously optimistic forecast going forward. SP to bobble then climb back up. They’ll underpromise but overdeliver this year to make up for 2017 being the other way round.

imo bwtfdik etc




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