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Barratt Developments 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
  -0.40p -0.07% 534.60p 534.20p 534.60p 537.40p 529.80p 536.00p 1,017,314 13:05:08
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 4,874.8 835.5 66.5 8.0 5,419.39

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
28/12/2018
13:35
Seems to have met support, where to from here.
rwlly
17/12/2018
21:16
W5AMH NI border is very sensitive as part of Good Friday agreement so no similarity with Gibralter
amt
17/12/2018
17:04
"Jessica White, Chief Financial Officer, has today purchased 10,000 ordinary shares of 10 pence each in the Company." and "Peter Richard White, a PCA of Jessica White, Chief Financial Officer, has today transferred, to Jessica White, 8,088 " On first, a good sign, but there may be a job requirement to maintain a certain number/value so hard to see if it is driven by confidence or contractual obligation. On second, I don't read anything in to it, probably for family capital gain reasons. IMO. Dave
dr_smith
17/12/2018
08:00
Pirsche. Yes I am thinking the same now. When the vote occurred I had mixed views and thought there was at least some chance of things working out. We didn't know about N. I. border issue then which makes for an impossible situation now. I expect we will see further evidence of the economic impact. We are all already 20% worse off through fall in pound. We are starting to see that on the High Street after that it may be the housing market.
amt
13/12/2018
10:32
turmoil has only just begun imo the UK has big structural economic problems People forget near zero rates and other props are in place because things are really bad chickens are coming home to roost
taffee
11/12/2018
22:14
Rob, i was but theyve expired now, im out. Good earner, did best on Persimmon. If by some miracle they get a deal these builders will go back up, I needed not to get caught if they bounced, not being too greedy. Having said that Im not happy watching what is happening to UK, its disgusting what that idiot Cameron and the Tories brought on with this brexit insanity and idiots who voted for it and keep pushing it must be into self harm.
porsche1945
11/12/2018
09:20
Even I have negative views on shares; I never shorted shares. Bull market is coming to an end. Dax down 20%. All american Banking shares down with UK and european stocks. DYOR.
action
10/12/2018
20:56
I thought you were short porche surely you are enjoying this
robizm
10/12/2018
15:54
I was glad I got out of this.
action
30/11/2018
09:28
Builders going down through support levels at some speed, if they dont get a brexit deal fast or better still cancel the madness or have another (quick) referendum, property like other uk facing asset will be toast.
porsche1945
29/11/2018
14:59
CharleyBrown. November is a really looooong month...220th? ;-) Not sure what it tells us, but interesting none the less. On second reading I spot the 50% is actually 25%, you pasted twice! Where do you get the info. Is all FTSE 350 available?
dr_smith
29/11/2018
14:30
Looks as if opinion is starting to turn against overpriced property. If we did have a 30 percent correction, London and the south east would still be overvalued.
rwlly
21/11/2018
12:15
MAIN SHAREHOLDERS TUESDAY 220/11/2018 Woodford Investment Management Ltd. 51,396,412 5.07% Fidelity Management & Research Co. 34,579,199 3.41% Standard Life Investments Ltd. 32,629,664 3.22% BlackRock Investment Management (UK) Ltd. 30,672,099 3.02% Norges Bank Investment Management 23,460,000 2.31% The Vanguard Group, Inc. 22,512,000 2.22% Legal & General Investment Management Ltd. 20,520,000 2.02% JPMorgan Asset Management (UK) Ltd. 20,330,718 2.00% David William Wilson 17,795,000 1.75% RBC Global Asset Management (UK) Ltd. 14,640,637MAIN SHAREHOLDERS Tue 08:29Woodford Investment Management Ltd. 51,396,412 5.07% Fidelity Management & Research Co. 34,579,199 3.41% Standard Life Investments Ltd. 32,629,664 3.22% BlackRock Investment Management (UK) Ltd. 30,672,099 3.02% Norges Bank Investment Management 23,460,000 2.31% The Vanguard Group, Inc. 22,512,000 2.22% Legal & General Investment Management Ltd. 20,520,000 2.02% JPMorgan Asset Management (UK) Ltd. 20,330,718 2.00% David William Wilson 17,795,000 1.75% RBC Global Asset Management (UK) Ltd. 14,640,637 1.44%
charleybrown
19/11/2018
12:12
You da man......
penycae
19/11/2018
11:03
don't panic bulls...I think there is support around 450p then 300p! lets hope people aren't too leveraged... bulls sell or wait? Luckily I'm a bear and pretty relaxed
taffee
16/11/2018
18:46
minerve, yes i do but there is little profit for builders in shared ownership schemes, they only do it becos they are leaned on by councils to do it or they dont grt planning, they are viewed the same pretty much as council housing and often yank down prices of surrounding project as have the connotations of “ social “ housing. Academic anyway, house builders going down the toilet with rest of brexit lunatic uk plc. Interesting how hard Persimmon getting hammered, they build in poorer areas i guess so likely to get hit harder as the coming recession bites.
porsche1945
15/11/2018
16:33
There semms to be some confusion on this thread. By law we now have fixes-term parliaments with the current one finishing in 2022. For this to be changed it would take a vote in the House of Commons with a two-thirds majority in favour. Does anyone really believe that Conservative MP's and or the DUP will vote in favour?
nisbet
15/11/2018
14:23
You don't need a government HTB scheme to sell shared equity. Does Porsche know that?
minerve
15/11/2018
14:10
Bought in again recently to get the dividend but sold out yesterday lunch time at a slight loss (more than covered by the dividend payment). Be careful buying in again - under the old scenario £5 would have been a good entry point, however the environment is now very different with either a "no-deal" Brexit or a re-run of the referendum both possibilities. To state the bleedin' obvious "markets hate uncertainty" and we have bucketloads of uncertainty at the moment. Time to keep powder dry and resist the temptation to buy in until there is either some stability or positive news to support the price. My opinion only - DYOR and all that.
zulu_principle
15/11/2018
13:12
Well i'm on again at 5 quid.Also bought some TW.10% stop.If Corbyn gets in that we will be hit.Not for long though because Starmer is driving the bus. Porsche/taffeta in all honesty looking at the 3 and 5 chart i find it hard to be believe you have scalped anything.You would of had to pay back at least 1.50 in dividends.I will assume you are short from 5 as of today.Lets see how that goes.
snakeoilsalesman
15/11/2018
11:43
Porsche1945 I think you may be half right.
rwlly
15/11/2018
10:24
salver. loving tbis 8 pc cent drop, how much have you lost?? labour gov in by spring, end of help to buy, these back to a quid.
porsche1945
13/11/2018
17:45
I’m loving this 4 percent rise Porsche and taffee being burnt to cinders
salver2
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