Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Howden Joinery LSE:HWDN London Ordinary Share GB0005576813 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.40p -0.93% 361.40p 361.30p 361.50p 366.40p 359.10p 361.60p 5,745,000.00 16:29:50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 1,220.2 219.6 27.3 13.2 2,272.32

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15/11/201609:40HOWDENS IS THE BID COMING?264.00
02/12/201510:06Howdens - as good as it gets?445.00
21/8/201506:57BUY AND HOLD in Howden Joinery (HWDN)4.00
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03/2/201413:45New name, New future678.00

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05/12/2016
08:20
Howden Joinery Daily Update: Howden Joinery is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker HWDN. The last closing price for Howden Joinery was 364.80p.
Howden Joinery has a 4 week average price of 363.45p and a 12 week average price of 395.74p.
The 1 year high share price is 533.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 339.70p.
There are currently 628,754,973 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,120,592 shares. The market capitalisation of Howden Joinery is £2,272,320,472.42.
05/11/2015
18:54
cockneyrebel: LONDON (Alliance News) - Analysts were positive on Howden Joinery Group, after the company said it remains confident on hitting its expectations for the full year. N+1 lifted its rating to Buy from Hold, as the broker believes the shares are oversold. Howden Joinery said trading has remained strong so far in the second half of 2015. The company added that its UK depots total revenue for the four months to the end of October rose 13% against tough year-before comparatives. For the first ten months of 2015, UK depot revenue rose 12% and was up 9.3% on a like-for-like basis. Alongside the upgrade, N+1 said the company's update was "strong", lifting its price target by 2% to 510 pence. Following the statement, shares in Howden Joinery were among the biggest risers in the FTSE 250, up 7.9% at 494.90 pence. Liberum called Howden Joinery's third-quarter interim management statement "very assuring". The broker retained a Buy recommendation and a price target of 540p, saying it expected the update to be well received after share price weakness. In July, the stock touched a high of 532.00p, followed by a low of 474.80p. At the time, the company hiked its interim dividend on the back of a rise in pretax profit and revenue in the first half of 2015, but its shares fell after analysts said the profit missed expectations and little potential remained for upgrades. With Thursday's gain, shares in Howden Joinery are 24% higher so far in 2015. By Daniel Ruiz; danielruiz@alliancenews.com
11/10/2015
05:30
lauders: I was looking at various pieces on the www today in relation to checking out my HWDN's holding. Not been too impressed with the recent share price even after all the company buy backs, but overall I still think it looks OK here and that sentiment will change. There is a dividend coming (ex-div date 23rd October) and they are in their strongest half now, so hopefully we should see a recovery in the share price to break through the 500p barrier again in the not too distant future. HWDN's have been in profit every year apart from one since opening in 1995: Since it started in autumn 1995, the business has opened new depots and increased turnover continuously, except for a 12-month period in 2008–9. Even today, with over 600 depots across the UK, we continue to see the opportunity to transform the scale of the business, seeing scope for at least 700 depots. We continue to invest in all aspects of the growth and performance of the business, including new depots and depot operations, new and existing employees, product development, and manufacturing and distribution. hTTp://www.howdenjoinerygroupplc.com/archives/interim_report_july_2015.pdf Their customer service seem to be a bit hit and miss when you search the reviews for them, but if this sentiment is any sign to go by then I think we can dismiss a lot as just "hot air": “Fitted Kitchen” Written on: 31/08/2015 My husband being a joiner/carpenter fitted our kitchen last november. After reading all those negative reviews, i thought to write one myself to express my view about Howdens kitchen Chesterfield . We are very satisfied with the design (we choose very modern ), the quality of the cupboards and all appliances. The customer service was excellent and all staff were dealing with us in a professional manner. This is our third kitchen (first time from Howdens)and we cannot complaint about it. Our son and two other friends had also a kitchen fitted from Howdens Chesterfield and they are too delighted with their kitchen and the service. The price is also very good. It seems to me that some people have an habit to complaint about very little. We would definitely recommend Howdens Kitchen. hTTp://www.reviewcentre.com/Kitchens/Howdens-Kitchens-www-howdens-com-review_3609653 So I am hanging on to my relatively small holding and will try to enjoy the dividends and progress that will hopefully come in future. Good luck everyone who holds!
31/7/2015
06:35
lauders: Did not intend to mean they were out of control Shanklin. Questor stated this was the reason for the drop in share price & I was mearly stating that they get such costs under further control. Does that mean they are "out of control"? All a matter of interpretation but like your update on the matter :-) Thanks.
31/7/2015
01:35
lauders: A bit less today ULINBAC. 100,000 but they are still buying back. hTTp://www.octafinance.com/numis-securities-ltd-reaffirms-a-add-rating-on-howden-joinery-group-lonhwdn-and-gbx-515-target/ This is from Questor after the results: The FTSE 250-listed kitchen and joinery group is still a successful and growing company. Questor thinks Howden is a great company but investors are taking a far too rosy view of the future. The building supplies industry has always been and will remain a highly cyclical business. It could be the case that the housing market boom has years more to run. That said, the current share price makes no allowance for a slowdown. The impact rising interest rates on the housing market and consumers is unknown. As an investor, Questor would resisting buying at these prices. So you have the company themselves buying shares they believe are worth buying at this price and then Questor who think that, with the information they have, you should hold off. I think the important part here is going to be this part I highlighted in my previous post: We continue to invest in these operations so as to ensure that this aspect of the Howdens model is never compromised, even during our critical 'Period 11', when sales are more than double the level seen in other periods. If they can get the costs under more control HWDN may do better than expected. hTTps://uk.finance.yahoo.com/news/questor-share-tip-howden-joinery-210629641.html
29/7/2015
01:03
lauders: Well that appears to be 800,000 shares the company has bought back since the half yearly report that set the decline off. Reading through it again there are some areas that look promising for the future & obviously the company believes the current share-price is worth buying. "Howdens has performed well, with sales increasing significantly in the first half. Cash generation remains strong, feedback from our depots is positive and we've seen a good start to the second half of the year. "The range and extent of the opportunities we have identified, and on which our business model thrives, are increasing. We are opening more customer accounts, designing more kitchens and selling a wider range of product than ever before. The Board is pleased with the positioning of the Group and, while we still have our important "Period 11" to come, the Group is well placed to achieve its expectations for the full year. At 13 June 2015, the pension deficit shown on the balance sheet was GBP79.5m (27 December 2014: GBP142.6m). The decrease in the deficit in the period was due to an increase in the discount rate used to calculate liabilities and asset returns, and the Group's contribution to fund the deficit. When we interact with our builder-customers' clients during the design of their new kitchen, we use our 'My kitchens' website to enable them to view visualisations of their new kitchen. Until now, this included static pictures and a video of the kitchen. This has now been enhanced with the addition of a facility that enables a 360(0) panorama of the new kitchen to be viewed on an iPad and other devices. Last autumn, we trialled selling affordable granite worktops from stock, beginning in a small number of depots. At the start of this year, the trial was extended, granite now being sold from 200 depots, with more planned for the second half of the year. Since its launch in 2009, our Lamona range of kitchen appliances has been very successful. Whilst we continue to invest in the range, as we develop it further, we are undertaking a trial of some additional branded appliances in a limited number of depots. At this stage, we have decided to sell AEG and Neff appliances throughout our depot portfolio. Our UK-based manufacturing and logistics operations play a vital role in ensuring that we are able to supply our small builder customers from local stock nationwide at all times, having the flexibility to respond to each depot's individual needs. We continue to invest in these operations so as to ensure that this aspect of the Howdens model is never compromised, even during our critical 'Period 11', when sales are more than double the level seen in other periods. With our confidence in our growth prospects, we are increasing our investment in capacity in all areas of Howdens' business, including in property, people, product and continuity of supply. This investment will support our continuing ability to offer better service to the builder, while meeting growing demand in a rapidly sophisticating market. Looks good to me. Will continue to hold until the wording and outlook makes a turn for the worse. At present no real concerns that I can see.
24/7/2015
10:22
airwalk1971: Howden Joinery Group Plc 25.6% Potential Upside Indicated by Jefferies International Howden Joinery Group Plc using EPIC code LON:HWDN had its stock rating noted as ‘Reiterates217; with the recommendation being set at ‘BUY’ this morning by analysts at Jefferies International. Howden Joinery Group Plc are listed in the Industrials sector within UK Main Market. Jefferies International have set a target price of 600 GBX on its stock. This indicates the analyst believes there is a potential upside of 25.6% from the opening price of 477.8 GBX. Howden Joinery Group Plc LON:HWDN has a 50 day moving average of 518.89 GBX and a 200 Day Moving Average share price is recorded at 448.50 GBX. The 52 week high share price is 532 GBX while the 52 week low for the stock is 309 GBX.
09/2/2015
13:22
mike740: From the Ft today: "Hedge funds have begun to take out bets against property businesses that are exposed to the downturn in London’s housing market, in the first sign that investors are tentatively seeking to profit from the slowdown. Several hedge funds have taken out short positions, essentially bets that a company’s share price will fall, against estate agents Foxtons and Savills, along with property portal Zoopla, and housebuilder Berkeley Group. The capital faces a surfeit of expensive new homes as developers rush to profit from foreign demand to buy in London. While the bets are still relatively small they represent the first sign that hedge funds have begun to move against the UK property market after several years of surging house prices, and the high-profile stock market listings of Foxtons and Zoopla."
07/2/2015
12:53
lauders: Thanks for pointing me here CR. Too many threads for some companies. ADVFN should delete the ones not visited so much or without charts LOL! Will keep up to date here from now on. Not sure I liked some of the negative HWDN client feedback out there but can't be too bad given their continuing share price performance surely? They already said results would be higher than estimated.
08/1/2015
15:33
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30/7/2014
22:35
onjohn: Foxtons' share price bodes ill for the London property market But since March, the share price has been falling. And by Monday this week, the share price had fallen to 261p – a 52-week low. The market cap had slid to £740m. Foxtons' listing price was 230p, but the shares opened almost 20% above that when they began trading in August last year. In other words, they are back where they were on their first day's trading. Here's the share price chart of the year to date. I've drawn two black tramlines around the current price action – the direction this one is heading in is fairly clear. Foxtons share price The trend is clearly down – and as am I forever saying about trends, they are powerful things that can go on for much longer than anyone expects (look at the US bond market). Even at this level, Foxtons is hardly compellingly cheap. It's on a price/earnings ratio of 20. Now, for 2013, it saw strong growth on the previous year: revenue was up 16% on the year at £139m, while pre-tax profit was up 57% at £39m. But 2013 was about as good as year as you will ever see in the London property market. Foxtons had a 22.5% jump in sales. So 2014 forecasts for £163m in revenue and £55m in profit might be too bullish. A quick survey of Rightmove shows that transaction levels in London and the surrounding areas – where Foxtons mostly operates – have almost come to standstill. Whether it's down to tighter lending, excessive valuations, no more Russian buyers, or whatever reason you care to attach – property is no longer selling as it was six months ago. It doesn't make that much difference to Foxtons whether a house sells at £1m or £900,000. The important thing is that it sells. So the biggest threat to Foxtons isn't falling house prices – it is falling volumes. Turnover is more important than price. But the turnover has vanished – and that is what this falling share price trend is all about. And encapsulated in Foxtons' price is everything you need to know about London property. When London is in a bull market, it's good for Foxtons. But when London turns – this is what happens.
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