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
  +0.00p +0.00% 873.00p 876.00p 877.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 1,054.8 154.7 90.1 9.7 1,171.81

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28/3/201707:17*** Bovis ***1,329.00
09/1/201519:27BOVIS time to buy!675.00
07/12/200821:38Short > BOVIS < the housebuilder wef 12/11/08 ?34.00
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2017-03-27 16:00:49868.502,55522,190.18NT
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Bovis Homes Daily Update: Bovis Homes Group is listed in the Household Goods & Home Construction sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BVS. The last closing price for Bovis Homes was 873p.
Bovis Homes Group has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 134,228,043 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Bovis Homes Group is £1,171,810,815.39.
1gw: A very bullish one at that. Just the sort of thing to try to get their own share price up in case they want to submit a paper offer, one might think.
kev0856153: Bovis Homes tops 'liquidation value' chart suggests Deutsche Share 11:55 23 Feb 2017 Bovis has fundamental value despite its problems suggests German broker picture of houses being built When all else fails the houses and land are worth something suggests Deutsche Deutsche Bank has analysed the UK housebuilders and decided if they shut tomorrow Bovis (LON:BVS), Taylor Wimpey and Berkeley Group would still be good value. Normally the broker values the builders on a price to asset and dividend yield combo, but with M&A becoming more prevalent it has re-examined 'liquidation values'. The German broker concedes using liquidation values is unusual but does highlight the support fo the sector. “To be clear while we run this analysis across the whole sector, we do not see businesses being run in this manner nor do we examine catalysts to capture this value,” it explains. “But even without valuing the ability, experience and expertise to continue to invest in a land market offering 25% ROCE [return on capital], we believe the sector offers 40% upside to current market values.” The greatest potential lies at Bovis among the mid-caps and for the larger caps with Taylor Wimpey and Berkeley, concludes the broker. Bovis has struggled recently, with a payment of £7mln compensation to customers for poorly built homes the latest in a run of bad news. Even so, Deutsche calculates that the builder’s significant land asset is equivalent to its market cap and with significant work-in-progress invested and strategic land the liquidation value is over double the group’s current stock market valuation. But such is the uncertainty around Bovis at moment that Deutsche only sticks a ‘hold’ rating on the shares and 760p share price target. At Taylor Wimpey (LON:TW. Target price 177.5p), the broker sees 40% upside from current market to estimated liquidation value, while at Berkeley (LON:BKG) gross profit on its land bank is close to £6bn or 150% of market cap while work in progress is equivalent to nearly half on top.
the_equaliser: Sorry guys Media reports claim Bovis paid bribes to hit sales targets Media reports emerged that Bovis allegedly paid incentives to persuade buyers to move into unfinished homes. The bribes of up to £3,000 were apparently used to persuade buyers to complete deals by 23 December, in order to hit sales targets. Bovis Homes chief executive David Ritchie resigned on Monday with immediate effect. At 11:34am: (LON:BVS) Bovis Homes Group PLC share price was -25.5p at 817p Story provided by
philanderer: Teegraph , Questor 'buy' tip today............ Questor already owns Crest Nicholson in its income portfolio but today tips Bovis Homes , a smaller builder with a focus on the south east – outside London. A December profit warning, after it pushed back the completion date of 180 properties, saw its share price slump 7pc to 792p. It has since recovered, possibly helped by the resignation of chief executive David Ritchie on Monday. Finance director Earl Sibley is managing the business. Bovis’s price-to-book ratio is the lowest of any of its peers, at a multiple of 1.1. Larger rivalPersimmon, for instance, has a p-b ratio of 2.5 times. While the exit of its chief executive might appear to signal a company in freefall, new leadership may be what’s needed to unlock the value expressed in its narrow ratio. Its focus on the wealthy south east but aversion to London is also a strength, as it is in prime parts of the capital where the first signs of a slowdown are being felt. Still down 17pc from its pre-Brexit price of 1,024p, Bovis is a buy. Questor says: buy Ticker: BVS HTTPS://
leading: 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?
source: Nice to see brokers starting to correct their eps forecasts upwards for both 2016 and also 2017. As I posted before, it seemed odd to me that that brokers dropped their forecasts drastically after Brexit for no real good reason. Still lots more upgrades need to be done if it normalises back to its normal pre-Brexit eps forecasts alone let alone the improved prospects Bovis has since modestly repo, so should hopefully much more normalisation is to come on this. The current low share-price has obviously a long way up to go if/when that correction process continues. Regards,Source.
source: Thanks Wad Collector - a lot of the "potential" bad news that may transpire seems well priced in given its at NTAV already & it has a great/increasing yield at these levels i.e. see article below:- Regards, Source. .................. A bargain housebuilder? Will the housing market crash, or will strong demand for new homes support prices? In my view the situation is quite finely balanced. The risk is that a small fall in prices could cause potential buyers to withdraw from the market. This could create the conditions for a slump, even if the economy remains stable. However, it's quite possible that strong demand, cheap mortgages and government support will keep the housing market moving. In that case Bovis Homes Group (LSE:BVS) could be a bargain. The housebuilder's shares have fallen by 28% since last Thursday. At a share price of 680p, Bovis now trades below its tangible net asset value of 714p per share. The shares also look cheap relative to forecast earnings. Bovis now trades on a 2016 forecast P/E of 6.3 with a prospective yield of 6.4%. These factors should provide some support for Bovis shares and could attract buyers, as long as the housing market does remain stable.
discodave4: Citywire 30th Nov 2015hTTp:// a bargain after share price fallsJefferies believes shares in Bovis Homes (BVS) could be a bargain, following a 7.4% slump after 19 November's trading updateAnalyst Anthony Codling retained his 'buy' rating on the stock and £13.98 target price on the shares, which were trading at 923.5p on Friday.'Bovis is one of the few growth stocks in the UK-listed house building sector; we estimate that volumes will grow by c.25% and profits by around 65% in the three years ending 2017,' he said.'The group is focused on the higher-growth housing markets in the south of the UK, with limited exposure to the more volatile London market. Valuation lags the sector by around 33% on a [price-to-book] basis, which in our view, provides an attractive entry point for a stock supplying a market with a fundamental supply and demand imbalance.Codling added that Bovis' share price volatility was at odds with the 'glacial' pace of the UK housing market. 'When Bovis updated the markets last Thursday, we were not building enough houses. Today, we are not building enough houses, and we suspect that next week, next year and no doubt in the next parliament, we will not be building enough houses.'DD
discodave4: Results were certainly not inline with market expectations or the share price would not have collapsed 10% whilst the sector continue its upward movement!As previous post/s the results were definantly inline with your own expectations.Pre-tax profit DID beat analysts' expectations of £49.8m, the shares fell 3.6% on results day not the 10% you mention, some profit taking no doubt which is to be expected after a yearly rise of 40% up to results day.Where have you been?, did you miss the great fall of China, all builders fell, some more than BVS, so the share price did not collapse whilst the sector continued its upward movement - will agree, the share price has not recovered since late Aug as other builders have, but BVS always lags behind - a bit like INL which has not exactly bounced back either (you wouldn't happen to also be invested their would you?).Im not concerned by what you say, just cannot abide rude and arrogant people such as yourself. My initial post was asking you, politely, to support your view that BVS continue to under perform the entire sector. You clearly did not have this view after the results on 17th Aug (as per your post 479), and have failed to provide any substantive evidence for your latest outburst. Think you have a hidden agenda, or are a bitter ex investor.Good luck anyway.DD
gp1948: Interesting article DD - let's see what effect tomorrow's results have on the BVS share price. I'll repost the link in full: hTTp://
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