Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Berkeley Group Holdings LSE:BKG London Ordinary Share GB00B02L3W35 ORD SHS 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +73.00p +2.00% 3,730.00p 3,730.00p 3,732.00p 3,760.00p 3,626.00p 3,651.00p 498,081 16:29:57
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 2,723.5 812.4 467.8 8.0 5,137.65

Berkeley Group Holdings Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/11/2017
15:40
Something quite odd: the 'financials' show september's divi as 99.76p per share In fact it was an interim 52p.
dennis russell
22/11/2017
18:34
Think as far as BKG is concerned the “technical reason” might just be the obscenely high 15% stamp on a second purchase of any reasonable quality property. I bet Pidgley rues the day he sold all those cheap Ken High Street flats to this ungrateful government after Grenfell Tower disaster.
raffles the gentleman thug
22/11/2017
17:53
Market did not like the idea that he said they would consider compulsory purchase if land with planning permission was not being developed without a good technical reason.
fenners66
22/11/2017
17:34
Obviously investors didn't like the budget. Very disappointing that Super Phil didn't revoke the additional stamp duty rise at top of the market property too which has reduced their take anyway. Probably thought it was more important to play to the masses of Labour supporters with first time buyers. It would have been seen as politically damaging to be seen to assist the rich of course. Is this really a Tory government we have?
warranty
09/11/2017
10:42
It certainly got back to £36 quicker than I thought, but with the recent falls of all the major players in this sector, there may be further drops in BKG to come. Going to keep my powder dry for the present.
curriedquaker
26/10/2017
13:42
BKG ..... Berkeley Group buys land at Northfleet Embankment East and plans to build prefab homes factory: 10:45, 26 October 2017. hTTp://www.kentonline.co.uk/gravesend/news/plans-for-a-prefab-plant-134250/
henryatkin
25/10/2017
16:04
I’m out at £40. 65% profit plus divs in 12 months. A profit is only a profit when you cash in. May come back at £36 if it drops that low. Have fun guys.
curriedquaker
20/10/2017
17:17
£45.
r ball
20/10/2017
12:46
New highs. Where will it get to?
norry2
02/10/2017
19:46
I think these are flying because there's every chance the next budget may undo Osbournes disastrous tax increases.
warranty
29/9/2017
12:30
Saw the article about London prices falling and am too confounded that these are up.
fenners66
29/9/2017
10:28
Must admit I can't see how this is trading at a high, they must be doing right. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/mortgageshome/article-4932452/Nationwide-London-house-prices-fall-8-years.html
montyhedge
14/9/2017
17:50
Time for the column titled: 'Major shareholdings (taken from website, 28 May 2015):' to be updated?
jrphoenixw2
14/9/2017
17:20
Know how you feel fenners: if we wait long enough, the market often comes to us... Announcing the buyback same day now. 220k more shares purchased at 3507p average today. Should be an interesting battle if they continue to fight the trend, and happy to watch from the sidelines for now.
1gw
14/9/2017
14:36
now even my sale is starting to make sense
fenners66
14/9/2017
13:28
It looks like I sold out at a good time. I will be happy to buy back in if the share price goes way down. It was a frustrating decision as the company is still undervalued but holding just became too much of a risk as the share price seems to be heading down.
this_is_me
13/9/2017
15:07
I agree the certainty of a dividend stream after the rise in share price is more important than fighting back the tide of sellers taking profits - by all means recommence the buybacks below £30 but above all use some shareholder nouse.
fenners66
13/9/2017
10:59
Quite/agreed. I was for it when the plan was to squeeze out the post-BREXIT shorts. Short-term pain for long-term gain. But with it due for promotion>FTSE-100 effective this weekend, I'm now wondering if the policy is to combat the risk of it getting re-demoted at the next reshuffle in 3 months time. The SP, broadly speaking, seems to have limited upside from here [x-ref Director sales], and the div due Friday is half what it might have been. It's messy and I don't need the drama...
jrphoenixw2
13/9/2017
10:11
Totally agree with you jrphoenix - I've been unhappy with the buy backs since they started. I thought that the intention was only to buy back while the stock was clearly undervalued (in my book that was sub £30) - which although I'd have preferred the dividend, I can kind of understand the logic. But buying back at the current share price is just exceedingly irritating. I hope they put a stop to it soon and return to actually giving the shareholders the money they promised to return to shareholders - that way I can decide for myself if the share price merits further investment. Cheers, PJ
pj fozzie
12/9/2017
08:26
Directors sales tank the stock, sectorial+behavioural read-across? Meanwhile an RNS from BKG this morning, more buy-backs, +137k @ 3548>3589, average 3566.85, the whole lot above where the share price is now, our div p'd up the wall for no gain.
jrphoenixw2
12/9/2017
07:22
Read across from RDW today?
r ball
11/9/2017
23:07
>Well f66 did you put the cash from your early sale into CLLN?! Ha ha as if ! I wouldn't even touch them with your bargepole....
fenners66
11/9/2017
19:05
I'm uncomfortable with the spectre of board sales jeopardising my future boring/stable but dependable retirement portfolio income, so I will be trimming away out of this stock. Perhaps 3600p>3625p, the latter the highest buy-back level to date, is the best we can expect any time soon, if Pidgeley will take a discounted 3575 'in size'. Either way I'm not ok with having one or two insiders with privileged knowledge being the tail that wags my dog.
jrphoenixw2
11/9/2017
14:37
Well f66 did you put the cash from your early sale into CLLN?! I think that most people are not that bothered if our ancient, well healed, big boss is cashing out preparatory to retirement, in favour of making IHT friendly moves, in a way that doesn't cause the share price to tank. I don't begrudge him anything given the amount of profit I am sitting on in BKG shares. I don't think that the shares are fully valued at current levels; that is not to say that I wouldn't sell if I thought that the share price was going to fall.
this_is_me
11/9/2017
13:44
The argument is that you can create your own dividend by selling and repurchasing... like I failed to do!
fenners66
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