Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Berkeley Group Holdings LSE:BKG London Ordinary Share GB00B02L3W35 ORD SHS 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -8.00p -0.28% 2,871.00p 2,870.00p 2,871.00p 2,892.00p 2,829.00p 2,866.00p 794,965.00 16:35:07
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 2,047.5 530.9 295.8 9.7 4,023.91

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08/12/201618:24BERKELEY GROUP ::::::::::::: Quality Housebuilder2,562.00
07/7/201608:47Berkeley Group Holdings (The) PLC _ ACTIVE INVESTORS CLUB (BKG)2.00
10/7/201413:55Manoj Ladwa offers Fundamental & Technical Analysis on BKG-
12/5/201415:39Berkeley - to Surrey and beyond2.00
07/12/201208:11Re rating1.00

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Berkeley Group Holdings Daily Update: Berkeley Group Holdings is listed in the Household Goods & Home Construction sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BKG. The last closing price for Berkeley Group Holdings was 2,879p.
Berkeley Group Holdings has a 4 week average price of 2,566.75p and a 12 week average price of 2,501.18p.
The 1 year high share price is 3,788p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2,015p.
There are currently 140,157,183 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,571,009 shares. The market capitalisation of Berkeley Group Holdings is £4,023,912,723.93.
phoenixw2: The +2.9% gap-up on the open this morning has created a technical support level/range for the share price. I.e. between the Thursday close at 2545 and this morning's open at 2619. I haven't looked at the traded volume yet, but if it's materially above the daily average then I'd reframe the^ as a 'major technical support level/range'...
phoenixw2: The threat of buy-backs at unknown strike prices creates an unknown/reduced perimeter around the bears playground, or more to the point it caps their potential returns from any downside. Now if you were a bear and short BKG and used those funds to go long elsewhere, you are still having to write fat BKG divs on your short whilst having greatly reduced chances of profiting from a falling share price. It sounds like it is a potentially cunning plan. BKG don't have to do any buy-backs to have already made themselves a relatively unattractive place for bears to loiter. - Couple more days like this and we'd be looking at re-promotion to the FTSE-100. And that would be utter Bearmageddon :) I suspect there'll be some frantic short-covering going on which might move us into re-promotion territory... maybe. This buy-back plan is pretty damned shrewd IMHO...
raffles the gentleman thug: Some comment from chief strategist at IG Index: UK housebuilders have been through a remarkable year. The fundamentals of the sector remain strong, with housing demand far outstripping supply. Yet we have seen the shares hammered; Berkeley’s share price is down by more than a third from its peak at the beginning of 2016. The overall backdrop is still encouraging. Data from the ONS confirmed that house prices rose by 8.4% in the year to August, an improvement from the 8% recorded in the year to July. So far, there is no sign that demand is beginning to drop off. Average house prices rose to £219,000 for August, up £17,000 year-on-year and £3000 month-on-month. Berkeley Group is now remarkably cheap by historical standards. Its forward PE over the past five years has been 10.6, but the current figure is a lowly 6.1. Given the strong outlook for UK demand, with a significant deficit in housing still to be made up, it may well be that the company offers an interesting buying opportunity. The dividend yield of 8.2% is another attraction, which some investors may find hard to pass up. Berkeley shares found key support at £22.30 in the period surrounding the Brexit vote. This is the same level they hit in early 2015. A drop into the beginning of November saw this area tested again. A rally needs to clear £26 and then move above the September high of £28, which would put it above the 200-day moving average once again. Further losses below £22.30 could see £21.40 and then £20.40 tested.
anley: The price seems to be steady on the basis that there was no news to rock the housebuilders share price. Waiting for the BKG new/results..............that should clear the air for the buyers for dividends and the sellers who are clearing out.
raffles the gentleman thug: To what extent do charts really matter when this company still has 43% of its market capitalisation to return to shareholders - of course the shares will ultimately fall below £20 to reflect this - but today the £10 of dividends payable to shareholders through to 2021 should still very much be embedded in the share price
raffles the gentleman thug: Absolutely no turn around in my positive view on BKG or the whole sector excell1 ... if there were I would say. My words were merely a thinly veiled rebuke to the poster who haunts the TW thread and now seemingly the BKG thread too with self publicising comments about his modest gains, and stating the obvious about market movements. The reality is, as you and everyone else knows, the BKG fundamentals cannot be described as "good", since they are the ONLY home builder seeing a continuation of the collapse in new reservations - and I call -20% a big number. But from my perspective that is more than captured in both the current share price and the management's guidance of rolling deliverable gross margin declining from £3.25bn down to the more normalised £2bn plus levels. From here on in, unless the Government change strategy, you invest in BKG for deep value not growth. If you want growth, and are prepared to accept lower dividends and pay a higher premium to book value then you go elsewhere in the sector.
henrylightningbolt: BKG share price has fallen a little over a 100 points since I sold. Should I consider buying back today or wait?
excell1: Yes BKG's share price is not £35 any more but the dividend is extremely attractive.
jrphoenixw2: ^+1, the government have created an entirely self-defeating policy with current SDLT. People move less = less job mobility = less dynamic economy. Entry costs higher = less foreign investors [new developments are often pre-funded by off-plan sales, often largely sold to foreign investors]. = less new build = less supply of affordable housing. Which in total = people move less, prices get squeezed higher than they otherwise would, and those who might get a look-in on affordable housing find much reduced supply. Brexit has also made foreign investors nervy. So... here we are re: the likes of BKGs current share price.
henrylightningbolt: excell1 Berkeley is a FTSE100 share & what I say is unlikely 2 effect the share price. I was only responding 2 a question. I will not post anything negative again of course. If I am in a share I am quite happy 2 hear all opinions positive or negative & news good or bad. Berkely R paying a divi of 200p a year which is an excellent reason 2 hold what ever the share price does short term. Good luck 2 U.
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