Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kelda Group LSE:KEL London Ordinary Share GB00B1KQN728 ORD 20 2/9 P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 1,089.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Gas Water & Utilities - - - - 3,904.34

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27/12/200716:59Having Outperformed the market - time to sell ???150
07/4/200416:24Kelda Group plc76
21/8/200209:52Spread on KEL-
18/7/200216:43KELDA new restructuring proposals !!46

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Kelda Daily Update: Kelda Group is listed in the Gas Water & Utilities sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KEL. The last closing price for Kelda was 1,089p.
Kelda 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 358,525,401 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Kelda Group is £3,904,341,616.89.
wrightey: Results on Thursday and I expect to see an increase in profits, however if it will do anything to share price I have no idea.
v01101999: Terms: Return of capital: Kelda Group is to return GBP 750 million to shareholders from the sale of Aquarion to the Macquarie Consortium. The return of capital will be performed via a B share scheme. Shareholders will receive a bonus issue of one B share for every existing ordinary share that they hold on 15 June 2007. Shareholders will then be able to elect between the following options in respect of those B Shares: 1. To receive a single dividend of GBP2.10 per B share for some or all of their B shares. B shares in respect of which a shareholder has chosen to receive this single dividend payment will automatically be converted into deferred shares, which will have negligible value. 2. To accept an offer by JPMorgan Cazenove Limited (JPMorgan Cazenove) to sell some or all of their B shares to JPMorgan Cazenove (acting as principal) for GBP2.10 per B share, free of all dealing expenses and commissions on 25 June 2007 (or such later date as the directors of the Company may decide). 3. To retain some or all of their B shares for a possible future offer by JPMorgan Cazenove (acting as principal) to buy those B shares for GBP2.10 per B share, free of all dealing expenses and commissions. Share Consolidation. A share consolidation will be undertaken in conjunction with the return of cash. Existing ordinary shares will be subdivided and consolidated so that shareholders receive 10 new ordinary shares for every 13 existing ordinary shares held on 15 June 2007. The intention is that, subject to market movements, the share price of one new ordinary share immediately after listing should be approximately equal to the share price of one existing ordinary share immediately beforehand. We will automatically accept option 1 on your behalf. If you would like to accept another option please notify us in writing either by letter or secure message no later than 5pm on the 15 June 2007. Self Trade gave the above three options. Which is better route? I have shares in an ISA account so it would not matter from income/capital gain tax perspective? Thanks in advance.
lalande: Any thoughts on the effect on the share price if KEL leaves the FTSE100 as seems likely? I would have thought the price would be depressed as the tracker funds unloaded but it's up today so far. The ejection won,t be until the 19th Sept so perhaps the drop will occur then?
galleon: mornin guys..I am also in for the dividend but it is frustrating to see such a relatively poor share price performance from what is arguably the best company in the sector. Any lower and I,ll have to buy more!
ashtongray: Tally Part of the problem is that a number of high yielders going xd recently have fallen by more than the divi amount, implying a lot of unloading after divi entitlement has been collected. Also see KEL price behaviour this time last year around the xd date... I have recently sold at around the 440 mark, taking cap gain instead. If it falls heavily after xd, may well buy back in as basically a sound share imo.
tally666: approaches and I would have thought we would be a lot further north than we are at present.Only one day of trading left to get the divi.of 18.19p,and also a fairly low share price must make this one a bit of a bargain with a p/e, nearly half that of svt. Lets see if tuesday brings a more realistic price rise....
crosso: This share price will rise slightly over the next 6 months for nothing other than the fact that the ex-div date is 29 Aug 03 and on the current price it is giving a dividend yeild of around 4% - better than you average bank. Post 29 Aug 03 it will drop back again - look at the charts.
taipan_ho_tung: That's exactly what I'm wondering - figure in the low p/e and decent yield and it seems too good to be true. When the market was in the middle of dropping headfirst kelda refused to budge, yet now when there's a big recovery it's one of the few to lose out, if by not much. I've been on the point of buying in for a few months but waiting to judge the sustainability of the share price in turbulent market conditions. Ironic that at this point the doubts shd come from a bizarre drop in share price. I smell a rat...and nobody's telling if they know anything!
zzaxx99: The last Kelda restructuring plan involves a huge divestment of capital in return for a large one-off dividend - presumably something similar intended here. So, the share price will get hammered - really, really hammered, like 50-75% down - and you get a dividend of (say) 360p to compensate.
optmist: What impact on share price if we do get divi for 360p
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