Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Breedon LSE:BREE London Ordinary Share JE00B2419D89 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.25p +1.71% 74.50p 74.00p 75.00p 74.50p 73.25p 73.25p 757,543.00 14:08:38
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 318.5 31.3 2.3 32.0 772.20

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/12/2016
21:58
2 directors selling :(
au24
02/12/2016
09:42
My 2 x8k were purchases not sales @ 74.4p
bhafc5
30/11/2016
08:06
NE England very topical at the moment. http://www.thebusinessdesk.com/eastmidlands/breedon/
mirandaj
21/11/2016
10:17
redartbmud : Indeed that has been in my mind too, with concrete tarmac and cement on offer lets hope they have multiple scores!!
dgwinterbottom
21/11/2016
09:47
DGW Thanks. Government roads programme should help Bree, IF they spend the money. red
redartbmud
21/11/2016
09:43
Trading update will be issued on 30 Nov 2016.
dgwinterbottom
31/10/2016
16:38
Concrete Evidence That Economic Recovery Has By-Passed Most of the UK Beyond London. One of Breedon’s principle maxims is ‘self help not market help’. A recent analysis by the MPA shows the imbalance in the construction markets recovery since the 2008/9 recession. The basis for the analysis appears sound. To my mind the results are astonishing – the London market is up by over 40% and Breedon’s markets are down by 30% hxxp://www.mineralproducts.org/16-release31.htm If Breedon can progress given this recent geographic history more credit to them!! Draw your own conclusions.
dgwinterbottom
31/10/2016
16:32
Hi Cisk - Fancy meeting you here!! many thanks for your info, yep I too believe it to be a slow burner. Some good things here all round so look forward to steady progress. Cheers
dgwinterbottom
31/10/2016
08:02
DGW, welcome to the board. Enjoy our dialogue re: AVG so good to see you here. BREE a quality outfit and I've been with them for some time, it's a slow burner but stick with it. Best of luck.
cisk
30/10/2016
16:37
1) I saw some of their sites on holiday and trucks flying about. Have been watching for some time and although we are now well past the acquisition it has slipped a bit. Never a right time but have today taken a medium term.. 2)you could find that they have bitten more that what they can chew, watch this space this time next year Nop idea what further info they might have...../
dgwinterbottom
30/10/2016
15:44
What are they actually saying? Do they seem to actually know something or are they just speculating? There was a trading statement in mid-November 2015 so we may hear something hard(core), or even concrete, in the next few weeks. Perhaps delivered in a gravelly voice?
alan@bj
30/10/2016
12:39
On one of the other boards two contributors state the Hope acquisition is somewhat behind at the moment, anyone able to expand on this?
dgwinterbottom
19/10/2016
15:28
The trend is Not your friend at the moment.
au24
17/10/2016
09:40
Breedon is heavily reliant on energy so a rising oil price and dollar is not good news. Still a happy holder though :-)
konkel
17/10/2016
09:37
A dividend could signify the company has gone ex-growth...careful what you wish for!!
konkel
17/10/2016
09:32
I don't see dividends on the horizon anytime soon. The company is looking to grow or the immediate future.
redartbmud
17/10/2016
09:10
Looking to buy
au24
13/10/2016
10:57
No one knows!
au24
12/10/2016
16:33
Is a divi to be expected soon?
au24
12/10/2016
15:18
When and how did David Williams get his shares then?
zcaprd7
10/10/2016
08:11
Indeed! A 10 bagger, but with triple dilution...
zcaprd7
10/10/2016
07:15
I see the current number of shares is quoted as 1,400m so my earlier figure from the blacklisting review is outdated. Market cap in late 2010 was about 72m now it's about 990m. My purchase in May 2011 at 16.3p has done rather well despite dilution.
alter ego
09/10/2016
22:58
Thanks alter. So triple dilution. What was the increase in market cap?
zcaprd7
09/10/2016
16:07
zcaprd7, if you look back to Sept 2010 when Breedon was involved in a placing to carry out a reverse acquisition with Marwyn Minerals, the number of shares in the combined entity stood at roughly 553m. The most recent blocklisting review states that there are currently 1,152m shares. You can look at RNS' issued in the intervening period to see when and why the additional shares were issued.
alter ego
09/10/2016
13:17
Hello chaps. I know this might be off topic, but I'm invested in sigmaroc, who are meant to be "doing a Breedon"... Does anyone have a potted history of how Breedon got to their market cap, specifically, how much dilution was there on the way up?
zcaprd7
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