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James Halstead PLC (JHD.L)

JHD.L on London Stock Exchange

434.75GBp
14 Dec 2017
Change (% chg)

-4.25 (-0.97%)
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439.00
Open
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Volume
45,185
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545.00
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405.00

Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

James Halstead Says ‍Current Year Trading Continues In Line With Budgets
Friday, 1 Dec 2017 02:00am EST 

Dec 1 (Reuters) - James Halstead Plc ::JAMES HALSTEAD PLC - ‍CURRENT YEAR TRADING CONTINUES IN LINE WITH BUDGETS AGAINST COMPETITIVE HEADWINDS​.  Full Article

James Halstead says Chairman Geoffrey Halstead to step down
Monday, 2 Oct 2017 02:00am EDT 

Oct 2 (Reuters) - James Halstead Plc ::GEOFFREY HALSTEAD WILL STAND DOWN AS CHAIRMAN AT UPCOMING ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING TO BE HELD ON 1 DECEMBER 2017.ANTHONY WILD WILL STEP UP TO POSITION OF CHAIRMAN.  Full Article

James Halstead says Brexit related stg fall helps overseas sales margins
Friday, 2 Dec 2016 02:21am EST 

James Halstead Plc : Fall in value of sterling following referendum vote has contributed to increased margins on our overseas sales - chairman . Fall in value of sterling also increased competitiveness and positive growth although it is still early days . In recent weeks there has been significant upward pressure on pricing of plasticiser, one of our key raw materials- chairman . Upward pressure on pricing of plasticiser due to a suspension of production following an explosion at one of BASF's European plants . We have, to date, accessed appropriate volumes elsewhere in market - chairman .BASF failure to supply has raised industry prices, caused supply chain delays, shortages that may well continue into H2 of FY.  Full Article

James Halstead says doubts over Brexit impact lessening
Monday, 3 Oct 2016 02:42am EDT 

James Halstead : UK represents only about a third of business and doubts over economy in weeks after "Brexit" referendum seem to be lessening .Continue to have a large market share in UK but curbing of repair, renewal spending by NHS was noticeable in FY's first two months.  Full Article