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
  +24.00p +0.92% 2,623.00p 2,623.00p 2,624.00p 2,669.00p 2,582.00p 2,595.00p 702,648 16:35:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 2,047.5 530.9 295.8 8.9 3,676.32

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25/9/2016
09:20
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 2,599p.
Berkeley Group Holdings has a 4 week average price of 2,651.32p and a 12 week average price of 2,606.19p.
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 1,423,768 shares. The market capitalisation of Berkeley Group Holdings is £3,676,322,910.09.
14/9/2016
13:48
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.
09/9/2016
15:19
henrylightningbolt: BKG share price has fallen a little over a 100 points since I sold. Should I consider buying back today or wait?
08/9/2016
10:51
raffles the gentleman thug: But volatility of the shares is a little inexplicable given over 36% of share price covered by forward cash, and over 50% of whole market cap covered by cash falling due within two and a half years ... but I guess it takes all sorts ... but then what's one man's pain is another man's pleasure ...
08/9/2016
10:26
excell1: Yes BKG's share price is not £35 any more but the dividend is extremely attractive.
08/9/2016
09:42
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.
04/9/2016
19:45
raffles the gentleman thug: Might agree with you if there was expectation in the share price, which there isn't. First five months were rubbish, with new reservations off 20%, and then negative commentary in Telegraph today, and everyone fretting about cancellation of Barnes project. Is anyone really expecting much in way of good news - I don't think so.
02/9/2016
17:26
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.
01/9/2016
13:21
henrylightningbolt: henrylightningbolt1 Sep '16 - 09:47 - 1885 of 1904 0 0 Edit OK Raffles I'm off out 4 a walk. Hindsight Henry just PRETEND SOLD 4 a 652.00p profit. C later whether I should have sold 4 real. =========== Just had a really nice walk in the sunshine & C BKG's share price has gone up further & I am now sitting on a paper profit of 1,065.55p. So I think I will tell Hindsight Henry where he can stick his twitchy sell finger. Thanks 4 the advice everyone.
28/8/2016
13:30
henrylightningbolt: panic investor I am quite old. I started investing on 7th April this year. Don't know what U mean by doing it full time. Yes I keep an eye on the market every hour or two. When I spreadbet that depends on what Barclays share price is doing. If I am looking to buy or sell I give it 100% of my attention finger poised. When I bought my first batch of shares most went up around 5% so I sold everything but bought them back a few days later mostly at a higher price. I didn't have a cunning plan at the time. Now I am more confident as 2 what I am going 2 do & have tried 2 operate a 5 year plan. Haven't worked out how 2 get 10% here & there. I only tend 2 look at FTSE100 shares. I have bought 3 AIM stocks, selling 1 of them 4 a loss. The other 2 R losing me money at present. Now I do not think I want 2 buy shares that do not pay a dividend.
28/6/2016
09:10
jrphoenixw2: Couple of RNS's this morning... ----------- LRE - Treasury dept purchase this morning of 886,833 shares Highest price paid per share: 2348 pence Lowest price paid per share: 2180 pence Volume weighted average price paid per share: 2262.4261 pence http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/BKG/share-news/Berkeley-Group-Holdings-The-PLC-Transaction-in-Own/71831785?xref=newsalert ------------ and ------------ Pidgely bought 35k shares to go into his SIPP. [Avg px 22.69] A. N. Other director picked up 3k for his wife [Avg px 22.40] http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/BKG/share-news/Berkeley-Group-Holdings-The-PLC-Director-PDMR-Shar/71831932?xref=newsalert
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