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AHT Ashtead Group Plc

5,422.00
-74.00 (-1.35%)
14 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ashtead Group Plc LSE:AHT London Ordinary Share GB0000536739 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -74.00 -1.35% 5,422.00 5,430.00 5,434.00 5,530.00 5,400.00 5,508.00 960,269 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Heavy Constr Eq Rental,lease 9.67B 1.62B 3.6961 14.69 23.77B
Ashtead Group Plc is listed in the Heavy Constr Eq Rental,lease sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker AHT. The last closing price for Ashtead was 5,496p. Over the last year, Ashtead shares have traded in a share price range of 4,437.00p to 6,180.00p.

Ashtead currently has 437,673,090 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Ashtead is £23.77 billion. Ashtead has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 14.69.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
26/1/2024
15:05
Thanks for links c_k and disc0.
bracke
26/1/2024
15:00
Thanks DD, great link!

Looks like AHT and URI are slipping back this pm, but can't complain :-)

End of week caution?
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perfido
26/1/2024
14:36
Ashteads credit ratings and list of debt:HTTPS://www.ashtead-group.com/investors/credit-ratings-and-debt-information/
disc0dave46
26/1/2024
14:31
Great link thanks c_k, much appreciated
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perfido
26/1/2024
14:22
Fitch state that it will be used to pay down other debts and not increase leverage. I assume, but haven't checked, that they have more expensive debt they can pay off. https://www.fitchratings.com/research/non-bank-financial-institutions/fitch-rates-ashtead-senior-notes-bbb-exp-25-01-2024
c_k
26/1/2024
14:16
Good day Mr bDon't think you are missing anything! Nothing new, I've lost track of all their current notes and expiry dates.
disc0dave46
26/1/2024
14:08
US core PCE for Dec declined to 2.9% v 3% forecast
disc0dave46
26/1/2024
13:31
What am I missing?

I understand the reflected glory from URI but the Senior Notes offering is as far as I understand it an exercise in raising money.

'The proceeds will be used for general corporate purposes and to repay part of the outstanding debt'

Is this not just another form of debt? I note there is no breakdown on how the $850 million is to be split between the two reasons for the offering.

bracke
26/1/2024
11:25
Don't knock it fenners. Our politicians aren't patriotic.

Fujitsu earns a significant amount of its income in the UK thanks to fawning politico's. Not the dest example perhaps :-(

mcunliffe1
26/1/2024
11:17
Well that was a nice response to the potential read across from URI.
I have to wonder now whether a move to the US market is starting to make more sense.

URI are on about 18.5x earnings
AHT on about 14.23x

Same rating would have us at about £68

Maybe its just temporary market froth , or URI have a better forward plan but there does seem
to be a differential and since the vast majority of earnings are in the USA...

I know that is unpatriotic and motivated solely by self interest - so we should just ignore the idea..
but...

fenners66
25/1/2024
18:07
I'll tell the wife :-) I'm a swing trader fenners.

No puppy dave. Spend too much time looking after the daughter's dog as it is.

And thankyou all for your input and decent comments.

mcunliffe1
25/1/2024
17:32
Absolutely a nice profit in a week - are you now officially a swing trader ?
fenners66
25/1/2024
17:12
Yep well done MC.Do you want to buy a puppy?, £500 it's yours :)
disc0dave46
25/1/2024
16:04
Well done MCuncliffe...Nice one. I am still in, albeit with my usual head in the sand approach to trading.
palwing32
25/1/2024
16:04
Well done MC. A good trade.
bracke
25/1/2024
16:03
MC

I suspect it is close to the end of todays rise at 5217. There is the FIB at 5234 but will it reach there today?

bracke
25/1/2024
16:01
I exited at £52.094 at 15:49. Almost £500 profit so cannot complain.

Give the dog a bone from me.

mcunliffe1
25/1/2024
15:35
Um! Not as clued-up as you Mr b. (and hello discO). And thankyou for your input.


SP is now 5189 and still rising although slower than in the past couple of hours.

I'm here ONLY for the quick profit not the long-term divi. and at almost £400 profit in one week holding this £5k I think I will exit before the close.

mcunliffe1
25/1/2024
15:18
Good day MC

I do not seek to advise you but maybe assist in you deliberations.

On the chart below you will see there is a gap to fill at 5098. I have also added the FIB (red) using the recent high and low.

AHT DAILY

bracke
25/1/2024
15:14
"Like water off a ducks back."Same here quack quackDecent uptick now :)
disc0dave46
25/1/2024
15:11
disc0

"and by association in your case lol, sorry."
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Like water off a ducks back.

bracke
25/1/2024
15:06
Hello Mr b,

you said recently:

18 Jan '24 - 13:57 - 62452 of 62490

Good day MC

I must correct you. I don't predict. I use charts and technical indicators to take a considered view...yes I know; semantics.

To achieve £250 profit you require a selling price of approx £50.60.


Well, the day has arrived. £50.78 as I type this.

I'm unsure I should sell at this point even though a profit is indeed a profit.

mcunliffe1
25/1/2024
15:03
US Q4 GDP +3.3%, above forecast (+2%) but below Q3 (+4.9%)
disc0dave46
25/1/2024
15:01
Zoo - agree, but productions have been delayed was my take on their update. My only concern more recently was the implication that they now factor in emergency type weather events into their financial forecasting - which from my memory wasn't the case previously. So how are they forecasting weather events when billions of dollars in satellites etc cannot accurately predict more than a few days of forecasts?, are they over estimating abnormal events?, prefer they didn't even try tbh.
disc0dave46
25/1/2024
14:48
Thanks Disco. I heard the Zoo news earlier today and with what I understand their business is in film post production so it will take longer to get the film business back compared to Ashtead providing the kit for filming. My small concern is that we had a safe pair of hands in Geoff Drabble as CEO and Brendan Horgan is up to the job and the profit warning around film was the route of the problem. With Brendan being in post as CEO since the end of 2019 and being a long time senior officer at Ashtead I do feel re-assured somewhat that he too should know what he is doing. I'm glad to see that AHT has risen but note URI has gone even higher and at another all time high.
c_k
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