Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Barratt Devel. LSE:BDEV London Ordinary Share GB0000811801 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +10.20p +2.09% 497.20p 496.40p 496.60p 503.00p 488.70p 488.70p 5,947,071 16:35:17
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 4,235.2 682.3 55.1 9.0 4,969.31

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24/9/2016
09:20
Barratt Developments Daily Update: Barratt Devel. is listed in the Household Goods & Home Construction sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BDEV. The last closing price for Barratt Developments was 487p.
Barratt Devel. has a 4 week average price of 489.17p and a 12 week average price of 444.89p.
The 1 year high share price is 673.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 326p.
There are currently 999,458,249 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 4,792,795 shares. The market capitalisation of Barratt Devel. is £4,969,306,414.03.
09/9/2016
13:34
robbiereliable: Indeed. I didn't expect a company weathering Brexit well and declared increased profits to have lost ground on share price
05/4/2016
10:24
taffee: Shares in some of the UK’s housebuilders dropped as fears of a UK exit from the European Union and a three-year low in housing delivery caused confidence in the industry to waver. The stocks have been some of the strongest in recent weeks, but talk of the residential market reaching a peak, particularly in London, and investors sitting on their hands while a decision about the UK’s future in the EU is made, mean there was a price slide on Monday. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2016/04/04/housebuilders-suffer-share-price-drop-as-construction-market-sta/
13/1/2016
13:39
market sniper3: Barratt Developments Plc (BDEV) Lifted to Buy at Jefferies Group.......... Barratt Developments Plc 33.5% Potential Upside Indicated by Jefferies International Posted by: Ruth Bannister 12th January 2016 Barratt Developments Plc with EPIC/TICKER LON:BDEV had its stock rating noted as ‘Upgrades̵7; with the recommendation being set at ‘BUY’ today by analysts at Jefferies International. Barratt Developments Plc are listed in the Consumer Goods sector within UK Main Market. Jefferies International have set their target price at 807 GBX on its stock. This is indicating the analyst believes there is a potential upside of 33.5% from today’s opening price of 604.5 GBX. Over the last 30 and 90 trading days the company share price has increased 1 points and decreased 32.5 points respectively. Barratt Developments Plc LON:BDEV has a 50 day moving average of 601.86 GBX and a 200 Day Moving Average share price is recorded at 614.06 GBX. The 52 week high for the share price is currently at 673.5 GBX while the 52 week low is 411.6 GBX. There are currently 1,000,665,571 shares in issue with the average daily volume traded being 2,050,480. Market capitalisation for LON:BDEV is £6,154,093,262 GBP. Barratt Developments Plc is a United Kingdom-based holding company. The Company’s business is acquiring land, obtaining planning consents and building the homes. The Company’s three main brands include Barratt Homes, David Wilson Homes and Barratt London. Barratt London is the residential developer in the capital.
09/9/2015
15:04
traderpawel: Still not right to announce over 40% growth in profits and no reflection in share price today
17/6/2015
07:49
lauders: Hopefully BKG results will have a positive influence on the share price here today :-)
17/9/2014
17:07
mechanical trader: FTSE 100 reshuffle David Madden David Madden g+, London Wednesday 03 September 2014 12:46 The quarterly reshuffle of the FTSE 100 components is upon us. Let’s take a look at the stocks that are likely to be removed and added to the benchmark index. The reshuffle will be effective on Monday 8 September. Builder working on a house Source: Bloomberg Rexam The company that manufacturers cans for household brands, such as Carlsberg and Pepsi, risks losing its FTSE 100 status despite being one of the original constituents of the index when it was created 30 years ago. The company’s share price has remained relatively stable in the past two years but now it seems to be stuck in the £4.80-£5.20 range. It would appear that Rexam's inability to match the share price growth of other stocks, rather than a collapse in the value of the company, has put it on the chopping block for demotion. The stock is trading at £5.04, just below the 200-day moving average of £5.07. Relegation from the FTSE 100 could put £4.80 in sight. Barratt Development The homebuilder’s share price hit a multi-year high of £4.52 in March, but since then it has dropped back to £3.59. There is fear that the UK property market is overheating and the possibility of an interest rate rise in the next nine months also adds to the decline. If Barratt Developments joins Bovis Homes, Redrow, Taylor Wimpey and Bellway in the FTSE 250, then Persimmon will be the only homebuilder remaining in the FTSE 100. The 200-DMA of £3.72 is acting as resistance. A demotion could push the stock to the recent low of £3.30. Direct Line The insurer is trading at £3.01 and the stock is up 22% year-to-date. The company was spun off from RBS and floated on the London Stock Exchange in October 2012. It was incorporated into the FTSE 250 in December of the same year. Since going public the stock has gone from £1.75 to £3.01. The stock is receiving support from the 50-DMA of £2.85 and a promotion into the headline index could see the stock target £3.20. Dixons Carphone The company is the result of a merger between Dixons and Carphone Warehouse that was completed in August 2014. The deal created a company with over 3000 stores and the aim is to open 30 combined stores (offering all products) by Christmas. The stock received a boost during the week when Vodafone renewed its long-term contract with the company. The announcement drove the share price through the much tested £3.40 level and it went has high as £3.76. The stock is currently trading at £3.67 and is receiving support at £3.45; a promotion could see £4 in the near-term.
07/9/2014
12:49
mechanical trader: But the more up-to-date news is grim Meanwhile, a very different picture is given by property website Hometrack. Its survey suggests that UK-wide prices went up by only 0.1%, while those in London stayed completely flat. This suggests that the capital is starting to fall behind the rest of the UK. Delving into the data, only 11% of London postcodes saw a rise in prices. This contrasts with nearly 90% earlier in the year. The time spent on the market has also risen – from 2.7 weeks to more than a month. And the percentage of the asking price achieved has dropped from 98.8% to 96.4%. The director of research at Hometrack argues that there is “clear evidence of a slowdown, particularly in the London market”. What’s more, “important lead indicators in this survey are turning and pointing to a loss of momentum in house price growth”. That’s pretty bearish. You could argue that this is just one property website against a big lender like Nationwide and the Land Registry. But Hometrack does have one big advantage in terms of timeliness, in that it measures prices when an offer is made and accepted. This enables it to capture trends at an earlier point than other indices. And it backs up another early indicator – the Rightmove asking prices survey – which also suggests that the market has turned. I can only speak for a small part of southeast London. But judging from my own efforts to buy a flat at a half-reasonable price, I’d suggest that the reality is closer to what Hometrack (and Rightmove) are observing, rather than the figures from Nationwide and the Land Registry. Up until about six weeks ago, things were crazy. Prices were rising so quickly that the asking price was seen as a floor, not a ceiling. In some cases, properties were being listed on Friday and being sold come the following Monday. However, recently owners are more willing to make concessions, estate agents have more time to show people around, and flats are lingering on the market. Meanwhile, the asking price has moved from being a floor back to its more normal place as ceiling. I’ve also seen a few cases of a property marked as “under offer” suddenly appearing back on the market again at a lower price. This isn’t an isolated phenomenon – according to The Times, 40% of deals in the capital are falling through. And a recent warning from estate agent Foxtons backs this up. Last week, the company saw its share price left reeling as it warned that “initiatives introduced in 2014 aimed at controlling mortgage lending, together with the expectation of increases in interest rates, are now having an impact on short-term demand among buyers”. As my fellow Money Morning writer Dominic Frisby noted recently, Foxtons’ share price is something of an indicator as regards the health of the London market. In short, it feels like we’ve reached a turning point in the housing market. And once that happens, past experience suggests that prices won’t just plateau – they will start to fall. Put it this way – I wouldn’t see the recent drop in the Foxtons share price as a buying opportunity yet.
05/9/2014
10:45
mechanical trader: Money Week Article 1 sept 2014........ However, the note that followed the data was much more bearish. Robert Gardener of Nationwide thinks that “the outlook for the housing market remains highly uncertain”. He notes the number of falling mortgage approvals and the fact that “new buyer enquiries have moderated somewhat in recent months”. He also warns that “the prospect of interest rate increases together with subdued wage growth may temper demand in the quarters ahead”. But the more up-to-date news is grim Meanwhile, a very different picture is given by property website Hometrack. Its survey suggests that UK-wide prices went up by only 0.1%, while those in London stayed completely flat. This suggests that the capital is starting to fall behind the rest of the UK. Delving into the data, only 11% of London postcodes saw a rise in prices. This contrasts with nearly 90% earlier in the year. The time spent on the market has also risen – from 2.7 weeks to more than a month. And the percentage of the asking price achieved has dropped from 98.8% to 96.4%. The director of research at Hometrack argues that there is “clear evidence of a slowdown, particularly in the London market”. What’s more, “important lead indicators in this survey are turning and pointing to a loss of momentum in house price growth”. That’s pretty bearish. You could argue that this is just one property website against a big lender like Nationwide and the Land Registry. But Hometrack does have one big advantage in terms of timeliness, in that it measures prices when an offer is made and accepted. This enables it to capture trends at an earlier point than other indices. And it backs up another early indicator – the Rightmove asking prices survey – which also suggests that the market has turned. I can only speak for a small part of southeast London. But judging from my own efforts to buy a flat at a half-reasonable price, I’d suggest that the reality is closer to what Hometrack (and Rightmove) are observing, rather than the figures from Nationwide and the Land Registry. Up until about six weeks ago, things were crazy. Prices were rising so quickly that the asking price was seen as a floor, not a ceiling. In some cases, properties were being listed on Friday and being sold come the following Monday. However, recently owners are more willing to make concessions, estate agents have more time to show people around, and flats are lingering on the market. Meanwhile, the asking price has moved from being a floor back to its more normal place as ceiling. I’ve also seen a few cases of a property marked as “under offer” suddenly appearing back on the market again at a lower price. This isn’t an isolated phenomenon – according to The Times, 40% of deals in the capital are falling through. And a recent warning from estate agent Foxtons backs this up. Last week, the company saw its share price left reeling as it warned that “initiatives introduced in 2014 aimed at controlling mortgage lending, together with the expectation of increases in interest rates, are now having an impact on short-term demand among buyers”. As my fellow Money Morning writer Dominic Frisby noted recently, Foxtons’ share price is something of an indicator as regards the health of the London market. In short, it feels like we’ve reached a turning point in the housing market. And once that happens, past experience suggests that prices won’t just plateau – they will start to fall. Put it this way – I wouldn’t see the recent drop in the Foxtons share price as a buying opportunity yet.
25/4/2014
17:20
bobsidian: taffee BDEV is far from being the only share appearing overvalued relative to historic metrics. One look at the S&P500 alone casts doubt when it is trading on 17 times 2014 forecast earnings whilst those earnings are expected to rise year on year by no more than 6%. The S&P500 could easily correct by 20% and still seem overvalued. And wherever the S&P500 leads, so other indices have a habit of following. It will be interesting to see whether or not market forces are prepared to allow the share price of BDEV to decisively break down through its key 200 day Simple Moving Average. I suspect not yet, although the share price move being made by TW. is worthy of note. Broker targets for the share price of BDEV are still aggressively to the upside. But we know enough about brokers to understand that they lag rather than lead share price moves - continuing to forecast upside when a share price is already in retreat ; continuing to forecast downside when a share price is already making sustained moves higher.
27/2/2014
11:38
ticketmaster: Congratulations koetser, I thought of doing the same, but felt I was already exposed to enough BDEV share price change, so missed out. Did not expect this price movement, hoped for 8-10, but at this rate we may get back to Monday price
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