Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Belvoir Group Plc LSE:BLV London Ordinary Share GB00B4QY1P51 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 167.50 4,872 08:00:12
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
165.00 170.00 169.50 167.50 167.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate Investment & Services 19.25 5.58 13.30 12.6 59
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:31:43 O 1,181 168.24 GBX

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2021-01-22 14:31:45168.241,1811,986.91O
2021-01-22 11:03:01168.301,0001,683.00O
2021-01-22 10:44:57166.001016.60O
2021-01-22 10:12:52166.001,3342,214.44O
2021-01-22 09:46:48168.358851,489.85O
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Belvoir Daily Update: Belvoir Group Plc is listed in the Real Estate Investment & Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BLV. The last closing price for Belvoir was 167.50p.
Belvoir Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 150.50p and a 12 week average price of 127.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 188p while the 1 year low share price is currently 89p.
There are currently 35,122,005 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 30,205 shares. The market capitalisation of Belvoir Group Plc is £58,829,358.38.
thorpematt: Very strong update this morning on financial services hTtps:// ...revenue was 13% up on 2019 at GBP9.6m (2019: GBP8.5m), profit before tax, provisionally reported at GBP1.8m (2019: GBP1.3m), was 26% up on the prior year. EPS estimates for 2020 were just 5% A more detailed pre-close trading update for the year ended 31 December 2020 will be provided on Thursday 28 January 2021. In the meantime I see the 180p as the next key target on the chart.
rivaldo: Only fair to note that I've now fully disposed of my relatively small holding, at a reasonable overall profit. I still think BLV has decent upside and is a good company, but simply needed funds for other opportunities (I don't normslly trade this short-term!). Good luck all, I may well be back at the right price/time.
rivaldo: Good to see buying coming in now at 154p - 4p above the 150p offer price. Very keen.
rivaldo: The overnight summary from Investors' champion on the trading update FYI: "Belvoir: trading ahead Belvoir Group (LON:BLV), which calls itself the UK's largest property franchise, confirmed that trading in the ten months to the end of October 2020 was ahead of its pre-Covid expectations with both its property and the financial services divisions achieving year on year growth in gross profit of 10% and 11% respectively. With costs under control pre-tax profits for the year to 31 December are now anticipated to be comfortably ahead of management's expectations. Cash has also continued to flow with net debt currently down to £4.3m (31 December 2019: £6.9m), this after having deployed £2.0m of cash in January to acquire the Lovelle network and deferred payment of £0.5m VAT. Resilient trading means they are able to reimburse staff in full for the salaries sacrificed earlier in the year and also repay all government support monies A catch-up dividend of 1.3p is also being paid bringing the total reinstated 2019 dividend to 3.3p per share, equivalent to a yield of 2.1%."
loglorry1: BLV is more exposed to property prices (more sales) and less recurring revenue than TPFG, which is just lettings, hence the lower rating but horses for courses. A very good update and a very good stock to own. A bit of debt is fine and actually should help increase returns for equity.
thorpematt: "comfortably ahead" and yet our chart is still, er "comfortably behind where it was pre COVID. So that's what you call a price-disconnect...or in other words an opportunity. Not ften the market offers up such discouts. Back up the truck.
shanklin: Impressed that BLV are paying back furlough and grant money given their strong trading.
phar lap: Excellent trading update hTTps:// The Board is delighted to report that trading in the ten months to the end of October 2020 was ahead of its pre-Covid expectations with both the property and the financial services divisions achieving year on year growth in gross profit of 10% and 11% respectively. Given the Group's continued resilient trading and in anticipation of a strong end to the year the Board has decided to reimburse staff in full for the salaries which were sacrificed and to repay the Government in full the Covid furlough monies and grants received. The Board is also now pleased to announce that it intends to pay a further catch-up dividend of 1.3p per share to coincide with the final 2020 dividend. This additional dividend represents the last payment in respect of the final dividend for 2019 which was suspended in March 2020 and brings the total reinstated 2019 dividend to 3.3p per share.
thorpematt: Great buy in point here. I am a little overweight in this already, so portfolio rules say I can't add, but to me it looks like the market these last few days has turned away from sensible and gone a little crazy into some rather iffy looking bets. BLV is something more of an investment and at these prices very tempting indeed.
thorpematt: Very nice TS indeed Chart has 180p written all over it as a first stop. Of course a PER of 15 would be modest for such a clearly quality company. That would equate to 225p on 2012 normailsed earnings Before anyone witters on about furlough money, I would say aside from the principle that furlough is simply a (temporary) reversal of payroll taxation, that BLV have NOT benefitted from COVID conditions like some companies (PPE distributors, online grocers etc.) These very encouraging results are in fact merely a continuation of its success as a business prior to COVID standing it in good and resiliant stead. Well done to the (excellent and hard working) management team I say! To be applauded for its leadership, entrepreneurism and counsel during a difficult time. It will be the likes of BLV (succesful business models and well-run companies) that will end up paying for all of the COVID measures via increased taxations and the like (in the mid term). Expecting them to self-penalise in the lieu of other weaker companies being less succesful is no way to proceed.
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