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BDEV Barratt Developments Plc

513.20
3.40 (0.67%)
Last Updated: 10:44:09
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Barratt Developments Plc LSE:BDEV London Ordinary Share GB0000811801 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  3.40 0.67% 513.20 513.20 513.40 515.60 509.20 512.60 479,698 10:44:09
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Operative Builders 5.32B 530.3M 0.5441 9.46 5.02B
Barratt Developments Plc is listed in the Operative Builders sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BDEV. The last closing price for Barratt Developments was 509.80p. Over the last year, Barratt Developments shares have traded in a share price range of 384.20p to 582.20p.

Barratt Developments currently has 974,590,748 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Barratt Developments is £5.02 billion. Barratt Developments has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 9.46.

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05/5/2024
09:23
UK ,USA ECB all said next move in Int rates will be down. Barratt development should race to 500p+Soon.
action
10/4/2024
13:58
US inflation data.....
narutodono
10/4/2024
13:55
Any know of what caused the drop today at 1330?
narutodono
15/3/2024
09:37
The Competition and Markets Authority has opened an investigation into the £2.5bn acquisition of Redrow by rival Barratt.

The deal was announced last month to create a mega house builder turning over £7.45bn and delivering over 22,600 homes a year, based on past performance.

CMA watchdogs are investigating if the move “may be expected to result in a substantial lessening of competition within any market or markets in the United Kingdom for goods or services.”

It added: “The CMA is issuing this preliminary ‘invitation to comment’ to allow interested parties to submit to the CMA any initial views on the impact that the transaction could have on competition in the UK. This invitation to comment is the first part of the CMA’s information-gathering process, in advance of the CMA’s formal investigation starting.”

Subcontractors and suppliers with any observations on the merger can email the CMA by April 2 here Barratt.Redrow@cma.gov.uk

vatteton
07/3/2024
18:34
House prices are up
action
26/2/2024
10:20
Is budget will boost property market. Rumours that only 1% deposit to buy property
action
14/2/2024
08:00
narutodono,

I don't see the deal itself adding particular upside to the share price and I think it was right to sell off on the news. The trading statement wasn't great either, but I'm seeing a reasonable range for the share price to be between 450-600p over the next 6 months or so and hence buying near bottom of this range

lafiamma
13/2/2024
20:45
According TO HL deal is good for BDVEL
action
13/2/2024
15:32
I'm guessing buying back in now, you see an upside to this deal/price. I think the government will introduce a new Help to Buy scheme prior to the election.
narutodono
13/2/2024
14:26
Not that most will care (but for anyone that does...) I'm back in at 470p

"lafiamma 18 Dec '23 - 11:57

I've decided 565p is good enough for me for now. Good luck all, probably see you again if they dip back below a fiver"

lafiamma
09/2/2024
07:49
Hmmmm, um they must have a lot to pay for? Was it such a great idea to take on RDW?
kreature
08/2/2024
11:19
‘ Around 800 jobs could be lost…….
The firms said: “This reduction is intended to come from employees and management, ‘

Very unfortunate.

kreature
08/2/2024
09:23
Around 800 jobs could be lost following Barratt’s £2.54bn deal to buy rival house builder Redrow.

Detailed bid documents show the merged business will see a reduction in total employees of around 10%.

Barratt currently employs 6,000 people and Redrow 2,300.

The firms said: “This reduction is intended to come from employees and management, overlapping central and support functions and divisions affected by the rationalisation programme as a result of the combination.

“Following completion, Barratt intends to retain the best talent of Barratt and Redrow.”

It is understood that job cuts will not affect site based staff.

A review of both firms’ office network will also be undertaken with around nine set to close.

Barratt currently has 29 divisional offices and Redrow has 12 offices across the country.

vatteton
07/2/2024
18:34
I would have thought that would come under the trade descriptions act re the word ‘freehold̵7;, and maybe the consumer rights act, and maybe the FCA ?
kreature
07/2/2024
16:55
Will the final dividend be cut the same as the interim.
jaderuby13
07/2/2024
16:23
Good of them to buy Redrow. Very charitable tbf

Is this sort of thing still going on here ? Anything changed since 2019? :

BBC - Inside Out


ITV


BBC Look East

kreature
07/2/2024
15:42
Good news for Redrow
mellorscarthwaite
07/2/2024
14:54
I will look to invest more later this year. I understand the situation in HB has been difficult in last 6 months, as we have seen across the board and hence the strong divi cut, but the bold step to take over Redrow could be a future big win. Needs for housing will not abat and I am also convinced there will be future government support, maybe linked to the next general election manifesto GLA
tornado12
07/2/2024
14:44
SYME IS NOW READY TO FLY
vaston
07/2/2024
14:25
Well guys, personally i believe this to be a good move by BDEV,
in the current climate.
The cut in the divi has done the damage today rather than the takeover
itself in my view.

vatteton
07/2/2024
13:41
I think you can hardly blame BDEV for what they did in 2007. Most people had no idea of the harmonics of sub-prime failure in the US market.
louis brandeis
07/2/2024
13:19
I remember BDEV taking over David Wilson Homes in 2007 ; calamitous timing for BDEV, felicitous for David Wilson. Await to see whether BDEV’s knack for mistiming the market endures
zutalors
07/2/2024
11:59
That will be the end of Barratt, looks like the end of the cycle suicide bid that Taylor Woodrow did in 2007, sank them them and they never really recovered.
porsche1945
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