Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bovis Homes Group LSE:BVS London Ordinary Share GB0001859296 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +10.50p +1.26% 843.50p 843.00p 844.00p 844.50p 825.50p 832.50p 931,323.00 16:29:58
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 946.5 160.1 95.4 8.8 1,132.21

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
29/11/2016
14:17
The irrationality of the market ; looks a gem to me . Happy to add if it drops again.
wad collector
24/11/2016
05:10
Seems Bovis is out of sync with other housebuilders rises after the Autumn statements positive remarks supporting builders again...Regards,Source. "...British housebuilders turn positive on UK infrastructure plan..."
source
23/11/2016
13:21
Doesn't look like autumn statement housing promises has done much to BVS share price , though old news by the time he announced it.
wad collector
15/11/2016
16:35
Seems some brokers are now moving their forecasts for next years eps back up to where they were before Brexit fears. About time given the copious data saying the prior downgrades were wrong. Still a long way to go to get back to where they were before so hopefully these earnings upgrades will be one of many....Regards,Source.
source
11/11/2016
14:21
Still looks a screaming buy to me , strong yield well covered .
wad collector
10/11/2016
11:37
Source No idea sir But i can see continuous upward trend for next 4-5 (Tw.,Crst,Gle,Bdev - All above as previous 5 builders with good news ) working days with a dip as a days rest Dow futures again positive +130 lols
the_equaliser
10/11/2016
10:49
Yep definitely good momentum building here. Equaliser - do you think it will break up past it's 52 week high?Regards,Source.
source
10/11/2016
09:34
Good RNS Again was expected The rise should continue till week after next why 14/11 Tw 15/ Crst and Gle 16/11 Bdev All previous 4 house builders are inline - exceeded growth Next 4 will be the same GL
the_equaliser
10/11/2016
07:08
Very good update from Bovis today...Tick, tick, tick...bad sentiment starting to seem irrational...Regards,Source. "Trading updateDavid Ritchie, Chief Executive, commented:"Another year of both growth in volume and increase in average sales price is expected to deliver record revenues for the Group in 2016. As a result, we are on track to deliver increased profit and a further improvement in return on capital employed, in line with our expectations.We continue to trade well, drive production across all our sites, invest in our people and acquire high quality land outside London. Housing market fundamentals remain supportive despite greater market uncertainty and we continue to manage the business through the cycle to deliver sustainable shareholder returns."...
source
09/11/2016
08:38
All house builders will be same Nothing to support slow down Trump winning as hurt the rise in house builders :(
the_equaliser
09/11/2016
06:25
Under 600p open?
abarclay
04/11/2016
18:29
Seems a good addition of a Non-Executive by Bovis today. Shame the market doesn't believe so though given today's big falls. Regards,Source. +++++"...Nigel Keen is Property and Development Director of the John Lewis Partnership, the largest omni-channel retailer in the UK, with turnover of around GBP11 billion and circa GBP4 billion of freehold and leasehold property interests. Nigel has a strong construction and property background, with over twenty five years' experience in a consumer facing industry, and is responsible for the property strategy and portfolio across both John Lewis and Waitrose, including stores, supermarkets, distribution centres and manufacturing sites...."
source
03/11/2016
09:46
Service sector pmi Yet again shows growth to forcast 09:30 GBP Services PMI (Oct) 54.5 52.4 52.6
the_equaliser
02/11/2016
18:34
Another strong data point about housebuilders specifically in today's higher than expected PMI. Regards,Source. "...Housebuilding drove the bulk of construction activity, with the commercial and civil engineering sectors broadly stagnant, the PMI showed...."
source
01/11/2016
13:50
No probs Source I maybe wrong but the way i look at it is Buys > sells - price = negative - A Inst/major seller Sells > Buys - Price = positive - An Insti/major buyer Look at EOD for a the large trade Good luck Shame in missed on this one 10/11 trade update 10/14/15/16 November - 5 Builders with updates If all bodes well, solid weeks for a rise
the_equaliser
01/11/2016
10:18
Thanks equaliser. Hope so! Been garnering a LOT of pessimism over the last few months (unwarranted by the news flow in my view). Regards,Source.
source
01/11/2016
09:50
Not a holder here but in PSN / Bdev I am guessing an insti buying with large hike in Sp From tomorrow news on all house builders next 15 days If anything based on BWY news month ago All should be good Starts with PSN tomorrow
the_equaliser
27/10/2016
09:55
leading, Your last paragraph sums the situation up well. life is a matter of alternatives, and as you correctly point out, a good dividend is worth having . I keep a large sum of money in cash these days , and I am not bothered by the fact it earns no interest; relatively speaking it is safe.I sold BVS earlier this year.I could be tempted back in at some point.
roddiemac2
27/10/2016
07:48
This certainly is an unloved share in an unloved sector. I see a housing market that is structurally undersupplied. The builders by their own admission all seem to be saying that the government has become much more supportive on the planning front recently. There is a risk that the government might withdraw "Help to Buy" which is propping the market up, but they have confirmed this will continue until 2021. On top of that, the new Prime Minister wants to get the aspirational classes on side and I suspect she sees a property owning democracy as a good thing, much as a predecessor of hers, so I expect government support for the sector to continue. The company itself is based primarily in the South East which is the most affluent region, but is also represented in the midlands and North West, so exposed to HS2 (shovels in the ground next year apparently), Midlands Engine, Northern Powerhouse etc. The company seems very conservatively run, with virtually no debt. At the same time, it has put in place the administrative structure to take annual volumes from 3635 in 2014 to an eventual target of 5,000-6,000pa. The current year should deliver 4,300 and capacity growth is about 400pa. The share yields about 6% and is on a prospective PE of about 7. In addition, housebuilders are resilient. If there's a crash they just stop building, sell from stock and wait for the market to stabilise and start all over again. The share price looks like a falling knife, but as a long term investor, its cheap enough for me and I have bought at 750p. Where else should I put my money? In a bank deposit paying 0.8%pa or should I buy a fancy internet marketing stock on a PE of 25 and wait for the inevitable profit warning carnage?
leading
27/10/2016
07:30
That's certainly one view roddiemac , however it seems too pessimistic for housebuilders given long term structural deficits in house building over the years and relatively high affordability along with a better than expected economy (see excerpt below). While prices are indeed high I am not so sure that the cycle is anywhere near done yet. Hence why it may be worth considering the large growth still ahead of Bovis compared to its quite low shareprice. However admit that the overly pessimistic view is certainly in control currently. Regards,Source. "Britain escaped a severe economic slowdown in the three months after the Brexit referendum shock, official figures are expected to show on Thursday, further diminishing the chance of a fresh interest rate cut by the Bank of England next week...."
source
26/10/2016
18:57
I reckon that the housing market is slowing down now : not before time. the argument that low mortgage rates make it " affordable " to buy overpriced houses is a stupid one . sadly , in a property obsessed society like the UK , boom and bust is considered almost normal. At current prices , house buyers will have nothing left to pay the ever increasing running costs. inflation will inevitably erode any spare capacity they have.
roddiemac2
25/10/2016
19:50
So when will that be: in a month, a year, ten years????
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