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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
  7.80 1.7% 467.90 466.50 466.70 471.10 461.60 461.60 3,934,479 16:35:21
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 4,811.7 812.2 64.5 7.3 4,785

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30/9/2022
11:06
The Fall resumes.
whatsthepoint
30/9/2022
08:14
Think this is just a dead cat bounce the fall will resume as the true state of the housing crisis will come out over the coming months. The cost of borrowing means buyers can't buy the house they could last month, chains will be breaking all over the country.
whatsthepoint
30/9/2022
07:52
Surprisng how financial reports from mainstream media is so useless but they do us favour they get us in cheap. There are quite a few investors that trade the days after ex-div because you usually get a decent bounce when it bottoms out.
creditcrunchies
30/9/2022
07:32
All aboard!!
davethehorse
30/9/2022
07:17
Bounce back today, congratulations to anyone who bought yesterday!
gill17
30/9/2022
06:59
Thanks for the information guys. Didn't realise we went ex divi
gswredland
30/9/2022
06:29
Substatntial chunk bought back:-

Trading Venue Number of Shares Volume Weighted Average
Price paid per share
XLON 1,260,000 GBp 325.7442

cwa1
29/9/2022
21:20
It was the same from the report on Sky headline the 12% with no mention of it going ex-dividend. I don’t think it occurred to her that there might be a reason why Barratt was out of line with the other house builders. There is a lot of shoddy journalism with people who have no proper experience of business being put on the business desk.
888icb
29/9/2022
15:39
whatsthepoint, a month ago nobody considered uk 10 at a yield of 4.5% plus, although poss one should if going back from 1980 and mapping us and uk 10, there hasnt been much diff and with the us 10 at 4 at the time some upside slippage could be allowed for and in fact is well within norms over that time frame, but i digress. in a month (the boe is using oct 14 as a cut off date, one day after us cpi) the mkt may well be fixated on something else and bond yields might be lower across all mkts. i certainly think the us 10 peaked at 4%. it may not drop to 3% overnight but i see it struggling to move higher and may well drift slowly lower into the end of the year. big sharp moves tend to get reversed in a similar manner. fwiw cable now abv 1.10.
roguetraderuk
29/9/2022
15:29
There will be no profits for house builders for some time as they have to mothball sites and go and sit on land banks again. Property chains will be collapsing all over the country as we speak. The only option is all to take a big haircut on the sale to complete the chain. Or they just collapse and then those that have to move because they can't afford the over inflated property they purchased recently will be up s... creek without a paddle.
whatsthepoint
29/9/2022
15:27
Well they will now but the stress tests at application have not considered this and all the energy and inflation pressures on everything. Many many will be handing the keys back or offering the house at big big discount 20% plus.
whatsthepoint
29/9/2022
15:07
RDW holding up much better
gswredland
29/9/2022
14:40
I remember during the Lehman Bro. debacle this went from £15 to 15p!! I think we are a long way from that scenario TBH. They have plenty of cash etc. People still need houses. In 1987 I was paying 13% on my mortgage. The recent 1% situation had to break, just those youngsters who took cheap loans will not have had any idea about the possibility of trebling the mortgage.
jelenko
29/9/2022
14:32
Taken a handful at 319p. Ulp
cwa1
29/9/2022
13:33
Can't see it going to a quid.
squintyflinty1
29/9/2022
13:31
Don't buy at the moment, things in the building trade are going to get much worse. Interest rates by middle of next year forecast to be over 6%, which means that people won't be able to afford new mortgages ,which in turn will have a severe impact on companies like Barrat..I can see this one levelling of at £2.50
squintyflinty1
29/9/2022
10:13
Tell that to the thousands on waiting lists Porsche.
cupra kid
29/9/2022
09:56
There isn’t a housing shortage if you want one there are houses, people keep repeating that drivel. Housing will come off 30pc like 2008, biblical meltdown, brexit, sterling collapse and tory nightmare, expect these sub a quid.
porsche1945
29/9/2022
09:31
20-25% I think
whatsthepoint
29/9/2022
09:25
housing prices might come off about 5% or so but not enough houses being built to satisfy demand and it is all about supply and demand .
arja
29/9/2022
09:05
I think things will stabilize next week once the press stop talking about doom and gloom. If the BOE had raised interest rates again this week, we would be in a worse position. I think the Govt are gambling on energy prices falling which will reduce inflation across the board and mitigate the need to increase interest rates as predicted. As a business owner of 30 years (residential letting and property management), I'm pretty happy right now. Market manipulation of prices is what it is, a manipulation, but I am only invested in strong companies who pay a dividend and have free cash to buy back their own shares.
gill17
29/9/2022
09:04
This could fall to 2008 levels housing is doomed sector as the economy is about to fall of a cliff.
whatsthepoint
29/9/2022
09:02
It tends to overshoot exdiv so quite a few wait for it to bottom out before jumping in if you're looking for capital gains only. If it's your pension fund you ride it out that appears to be the norm
creditcrunchies
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