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Smiths Group Share Price (SMIN)

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Price 1,638.00on 20-09-2019 at 16:30:00
Change -2.50 -0.15%
Buy 1,646.00
Sell 1,643.50
Buy / Sell SMIN Shares
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Last Trade: Sell 194 at 1,643.18p
Day's Volume: 2,068,877
Last Close: 1,640.50p
Open: 1,608.00p
ISIN: GB00B1WY2338
Day's Range 1,606.50p - 1,683.50p
52wk Range: 1,257.00p - 1,701.00p
Market Capitalisation: £6,489m
VWAP: 0.00p
Shares in Issue: 396m

Recent Trades History Smiths Group (SMIN)

Buy/Sell Volume Trade Prc Trade Type Trade Time
18:28:11 - 20-Sep-19
17:47:07 - 20-Sep-19
17:44:49 - 20-Sep-19
17:46:00 - 20-Sep-19
17:43:58 - 20-Sep-19
17:43:58 - 20-Sep-19
17:09:15 - 20-Sep-19
17:07:24 - 20-Sep-19
16:59:17 - 20-Sep-19
16:52:09 - 20-Sep-19

Share Price History for Smiths Group

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Date Open High Low Close
18th Sep 2019 (Wed)1,664.001,665.001,651.501,653.00
17th Sep 2019 (Tue)1,657.001,670.001,649.001,661.50
16th Sep 2019 (Mon)1,672.501,685.001,660.001,669.25
13th Sep 2019 (Fri)1,680.001,695.001,680.001,691.50
12th Sep 2019 (Thu)1,699.501,699.501,675.501,686.00
11th Sep 2019 (Wed)1,675.001,688.501,665.001,681.50
10th Sep 2019 (Tue)1,671.501,677.001,653.501,661.50
9th Sep 2019 (Mon)1,691.501,699.501,670.001,672.50
6th Sep 2019 (Fri)1,681.501,691.001,678.501,687.50
5th Sep 2019 (Thu)1,699.501,701.001,667.501,682.00
4th Sep 2019 (Wed)1,672.501,689.001,672.501,682.25
3rd Sep 2019 (Tue)1,680.501,696.001,664.501,672.75
2nd Sep 2019 (Mon)1,681.001,698.001,665.001,678.50
30th Aug 2019 (Fri)1,642.001,685.001,632.501,676.50
29th Aug 2019 (Thu)1,580.001,634.001,580.001,562.00
28th Aug 2019 (Wed)1,571.501,571.501,542.501,562.00
27th Aug 2019 (Tue)1,580.001,580.001,549.501,565.00
26th Aug 2019 (Mon)00.000.001,586.75
23rd Aug 2019 (Fri)1,589.001,604.001,583.001,577.75
22nd Aug 2019 (Thu)1,588.001,597.501,577.001,577.75
21st Aug 2019 (Wed)1,563.501,599.001,563.501,590.75

SMIN - Smiths Group Investor Summary

Smiths Group PLC was established over 150 years ago and is now one of the leading companies in its field. The Group has five distinct divisions – Smiths Detection, Smiths Medical, Smiths Interconnect, John Crane and Flex-Tek – each of which specialises in a specific area of advanced technologies. The main areas of focus for the group are contraband and threat detection, novel medical devices, communications, energy related projects and engineered components. At present the Smiths Group is developing and marketing a wide range of products for the above mentioned markets in over 50 countries worldwide.

In 2008 the Smiths Group underwent a major period of expansion, acquiring four world leading companies within a four month window. These companies included Indufil BV and Fiber Composite Company Inc. All four companies have helped to push the development of new products through at an increased rate whilst also keeping the share price of the Smith Group steady during an unsettled period. 2009 is already looking positive for the company with the John Crane division winning a multimillion pound maintenance contract with Talisman Energy (UK) Limited. The 2008 end of year figures for the Smiths Group as a company saw a statutory pre-tax profit of around £320 million and global sales figures of more than £2300 million. With the increased awareness of terrorism, the Smiths Detection division is continuing to grow at a steady rate which means the figures for 2009 are also predicted to be promising.

News about Smiths Group (SMIN)

Smiths Group Gaining After ‘Fresh Start’

News - Friday, October 23, 2015

Earlier this week Citigroup upgraded Smiths Group to a ‘buy’ rating, believing that their new boss will be able to offer a fresh perspective and revitalize the company....

FTSE Slips as Engineering Companies Struggle

News - Friday, September 18, 2015

The FTSE 100 slipped slightly on Thursday, giving up a lot of the gains it enjoyed during the previous session, as engineering companies, including Smiths Group and Weir Group struggled amidst concerns regarding the outlook of Rotork, a valve-automation company....

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