Newspaper share tips : Sportingbet, Lamprell, James Fisher, Shanks
27/05/2011 by ukcitymedia.co.uk about : Newspaper Share Tips - 0 Comments - 281 words
Daily Telegraph Questor says buy waste under management firm Shanks who has maintained volumes due to aggressive pricing. As the economy improves, so will the construction market and waste managemen prices will raise accordingly. Shanks is targeting waste under management in Private Finance Initiative PFI projects as preferred bidder. Trading on a March 2012 earnings multiple of 16.5, falling to 13.8 next year, the shares are a buy because of the inevitable move away from landfill towards more intelligent means of disposing and recycling.
Questor also says 'buy' specialist marine service group James Fisher in a new contract announced yesterday, company maintains it position in refits and upgrades. Company has seen difficult trading over the last few years, but has now moved back into profit. First tipped at 455p on August 16 2009, gains have been slow but steady since then while prospective yield is 3%.
The Times also tips a nautical connection with Lamprell, the offshore rigs maker who has acquired Oslo-quoted Maritime Industrial Services in the Gulf. Not much integration cost expected, just pull down the chain-link fence, the yard is right next door to its existing yard in UAE. Lamprell’s shares currently sell on around 12 times earnings. Sounds about right recons the Times. Hold.
Sportingbet raised £118.5m yesterday to fund the purchase of Australian onlinet bookmaking business Centrebet International. After integration 30% its enlarged business will come from regulated markets, versus 22% now. Sportingbet will also become one of the biggest players in Australian. On only six times this year’s earnings the shares look cheap, recons the Times, although they note that the shares have disappointed in the past.
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