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AHT Ashtead Group Plc

5,394.00
-40.00 (-0.74%)
21 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
  -40.00 -0.74% 5,394.00 5,370.00 5,374.00 5,418.00 5,318.00 5,418.00 1,468,290 16:35:28
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Heavy Constr Eq Rental,lease 9.67B 1.62B 3.6961 14.53 23.5B
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 5,434p. 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 £23.50 billion. Ashtead has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 14.53.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/5/2024
12:22
Good day disc0

Alternatively Mr Sunak may be inclined to put him in a headlock to 'encourage' him to make a cut or two prior to the election. If Sunak doesn't fancy doing the job himself he could call in the heavy mob.....Boris!

bracke
05/5/2024
13:00
Mr b"Mr Bailey go it alone with a rate cut, where do you get such outlandish thoughts!"lolYou never know, miracles do happen, and his week of reflection (post the FED decision) whilst relaxing in a Bognor Regis B&B, may inspire him to take the opportunity to show Mr King and his critics that he can actually make a decision despite his forecasting model being a pile of Pooh!.....his moment of glory awaits!.
disc0dave46
03/5/2024
19:58
disc0

Mr Bailey go it alone with a rate cut, where do you get such outlandish thoughts!

bracke
03/5/2024
13:16
Good afternoon Mr b"Remember a broken clock is correct twice a day"That was my point really and not worthy of posting such nonsense where such a guru as yourself resides :)As for Mr P, no comment!, NFP in a few minutes time so let's see if our cousins panic, ignore, or get too excitable. Forecast I believe is 243k.Be interesting to see if our Mr Bailey actually does something next week he's not done so far - make a decision ignoring what Mr P has done this week and apply some common sense and cut, but somehow I very much doubt it!.
disc0dave46
03/5/2024
12:51
Good day disco

"trt’s predictions are like a broken record, or is it broken clock!. Either way a wind up."
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Remember a broken clock is correct twice a day.

In the meantime I thought Mr Powell avoided 'rocking the boat'.

I have come to the conclusion the aim is to keep 'things steady' and if possible at least one rate reduction just before the November Election. If the pressure is for a rate increase hold it off until after the election if at all possible.

bracke
03/5/2024
09:31
More like an earthenware pot full of excrement
casket1
02/5/2024
20:05
Shouldn't bother Mr b tbh, trt's predictions are like a broken record, or is it broken clock!. Either way a wind up.
disc0dave46
02/5/2024
16:53
That's more like the trt we have come to know.
bracke
02/5/2024
15:17
If £55 doesn't hold we could easily see £50.
trt
01/5/2024
18:28
Good day disc0

You have been conspicuous by your absence. I presume you have been away on one of your cruises.

As for trt's £55 I am surprised at his restraint. I would have expected £50. On this occasion he could be in 'with a shout'. £55 is only a 38.2% retrace from the recent high to the last major low.

I suppose it depends how hawkish Mr Powell wants to be. I doubt he wants to overly frighten the market bearing in mind the November election so no rate reduction but no talk of only 1 or 2 cuts. Steady as she goes and more of the 'be guided by the data'.

bracke
01/5/2024
18:21
Thanks Mr b for your insight, as ever.Will say it again - Mr P is a numpty, the FED have poured petrol on inflation and what a surprise wages have gone up!, WTF did they expect?. Rant over.
disc0dave46
01/5/2024
18:14
Pmsl....dont think there's a two digit number he hasn't called......and from memory it never comes to fruition. A good luck mascot.
disc0dave46
01/5/2024
17:08
trt says lower...again. lol
palwing32
01/5/2024
15:26
Bracke Cheers for the info so it looks like next stop 5558.
thompsonnic
01/5/2024
14:20
One gap filled, two in line at 5558 and 5312. The share price has returned to the 'comfort' of the rising channel.

Unless Mr Powell wants to show off his Dove plumage 5558 is likely to fill today/tomorrow. If he is in Hawk mode 5312 is at risk.

The ADP Employment Change today was below the previous reading (208k) but above expectation (175k).


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bracke
01/5/2024
10:21
I live in hope.
2flatpack
01/5/2024
09:18
Could see profit taking bringing this down to below £55
trt
01/5/2024
08:37
Bracke Gap at 5760 filled and more. You mentioned a further gap to fill at 5312, will this be the case or will that be saved for another day. That would definitely be a buying opportunity.
thompsonnic
01/5/2024
08:23
EDIT: 1 minute later, 5728. Gap over filled?
palwing32
01/5/2024
08:22
08:21 - 5750p Gap filled?
palwing32
01/5/2024
07:59
Is Kyle Horgan - included in the presentation related to the CEO ?
If so is that a genuine appointment or nepotism ?

fenners66
01/5/2024
07:52
Update to that infrastructure spend I misremembered yesterday -
Charlie Wells on Bloomberg just said Amazon alone are going to invest $150bn on AI cloud solutions
that will be infrastructure spend - data centres , power and cooling etc.

fenners66
30/4/2024
21:34
The presentation tonight was interesting but very long. I note the called out subtle (not) comment about listing in the US. For a capital event presentation, for a company who has 90% of its revenue in the US, the bankers accents were British. My view is they do need to move the listing to the US to try and get a re- rating. There was a couple of points about the recent hiccups compared to their competitor and why they were being so conservative about growth compared to their historic growth. A long session but the senior team could have done better - or do URI have the upper hand. I have had skin in the game since the stock was under a pound and can see potential but I do worry that the management could be better. I look forward to Brackes comments who makes this thread the highlight of ADVFN
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