Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Wolseley LSE:WOS London Ordinary Share JE00BFNWV485 ORD 10 53/66P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +45.00p +1.06% 4,305.00p 4,304.00p 4,305.00p 4,315.00p 4,246.00p 4,270.00p 576,960 16:05:30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 14,430.0 727.0 256.4 16.8 10,865.20

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29/9/2016
09:20
Wolseley Daily Update: Wolseley is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker WOS. The last closing price for Wolseley was 4,260p.
Wolseley has a 4 week average price of 4,356.55p and a 12 week average price of 4,239.12p.
The 1 year high share price is 4,458p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3,214p.
There are currently 252,385,628 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,084,126 shares. The market capitalisation of Wolseley is £10,865,201,285.40.
16/9/2013
15:40
erogenous jones: Citi are a hopeless bank. I deal with them at least once each week. Pity that the US Gov't propped them up. Looking at the share chart; in a year the share price has risen steadily. There is no reason to doubt that the trend will not continue. Fundamentally, the bulk of earnings for WOS are from overseas markets and in particular America. With the US economy steadily improving, again, there is no reason to doubt that this will translate into a pickup in earnings for WOS. With the changes that were made in the last couple of years, there is every reason to take the Citi update and treat it appropriately. But, hey, what do I know? Just a mug punter.
19/6/2012
07:47
lucky_punter: Shares in Wolseley (LON:WOS) could be trading at 5,000 pence each by 2015, according to Citigroup. With more confidence about the margin potential, market share gain opportunities and the benefit of balance sheet options, Citi analyst Clyde Lewis reckons the world's leading distributor of heating and plumbing products could reach the magic mark in just two and a half years. http://www.proactiveinvestors.co.uk/companies/news/44279/wolseleys-share-price-could-more-than-double-to-50-by-2015-says-citigroup-44279.html
12/6/2012
12:20
erogenous jones: random jargon, the majority of earnings for WOS are from USA, then European market. I see this as a great recovery play with a gradual doubling in the share price every 5-6 years which will give an approx 16% annualised Year On Year growth. I am not taking into account any dividends that might be generated - that will be the icing on the cake as far as I am concerned. Of course I could be completely wrong, and only time will tell.
15/3/2012
23:26
topdoc: share price decimated ? seems to me to be at an all time high time to sell
15/3/2012
13:44
erogenous jones: dontknowitall, my understanding of this company is that the majority of earnings are from USA so I would tend not to pay too much attention to local market. The reason that the share price has been so decimated is from poor decisions up to 2008 with purchases made at top dollar prices at the height of the market. I have just doubled my holding and have averaged up.
02/11/2010
16:26
broadwood: See that share price go since the announcement of the offshore holding company confirmed yesterday.
05/3/2010
10:08
liquidkid: Thought I could see a double top forming on the chart, but nothing that happens to this share price seems predictable.
29/1/2010
16:13
kibes: JoJO_Jo - amazing! A three bagger??? That would give it a market capitalisation of £12 billion and expected annual profits of £1.2 billion per year - is that what you are seriously expecting? Personally I can see it being a three bagger but in the reverse direction ie a reduction in share price to 400p. The company still has £1 billion of debt and at least £2 billion of worthless 'intangibles' on the balance sheet. But good luck to you.
28/9/2009
11:18
mo123: That's why the share price rocketed as some peeps pay a big premium of 1450p and look forward to the dividend.
05/1/2007
15:31
bozzle2: http://www.saint-gobain.com/en/html/investisseurs/rapport/2005-Annual-Report.pdf "An unrivalled network in Europe With over 3,600 outlets in 20 countries, the Building Distribution Sector now boasts a unique network within Europe." cant see how they could buy WOS, agree with FT market report much more likley to go for SIG. or perhaps WOS go for SIG. whatever, it looks like WOS share price is being dragged up with soaring SG & SIG. seems all a bit mad really given the direction of interest rates
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