Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bovis Homes Group LSE:BVS London Ordinary Share GB0001859296 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -5.50p -0.43% 1,285.50p 1,283.00p 1,287.00p 1,286.00p 1,285.50p 1,286.00p 3,356 08:05:14
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 1,028.2 114.0 68.0 18.9 1,729.31

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
17/5/2018
12:25
Hard to know how prevalent that sort of alleged behaviour is in the industry . Meantime the share price is knocking on £13. Fundamentals still look reasonable at £13 to me.
wad collector
10/5/2018
16:25
HTTPS://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/bovis-homebuyers-cash-property-newbuilds-housing-developers-a8330766.html
bones30
08/5/2018
15:47
Probably this £10,000 millenial thing.
bones30
08/5/2018
15:39
Unexpectedly large drop but not hitting the share price today; onwards and upwards.
wad collector
08/5/2018
09:03
HTTPS://www.ft.com/content/377d3f10-5292-11e8-b24e-cad6aa67e23e UK house prices drop 3.1% in April — Halifax
bones30
20/4/2018
08:40
Perhaps because it is not really news , but the re-hash of an old story? Like most of us I no longer read "News"papers. A quick eyeball of the online version looks like the protest group have got themselves some column inches again. The more relevant Q is whether BVS are worse than the others. I wondered about taking some profits , but if the 110p EPS broker guesses are right for next year , they may still have a fair bit of upwards motion yet. And the specials of course...
wad collector
19/4/2018
12:42
Strange situation, indeed, EJ on the day that The Times lead story attempts a "demolition job" (if that's the right phrase for a housebuilder!) on the company's reputation. Doesn't make pleasant reading, though sense it's a throwback to the issues of both poor initial quality and even worse remedial work a year or so ago which are still clearly rumbling on.
grahamburn
19/4/2018
11:56
Almost at an all time high (again). I know I was correct in selling half my holding back in October, but I could have added to the holding in February as I was sitting on a lot of cash at the time. Anyway, the dividends alone from BVS will provide a healthy boost each year provided that things remain on an even keel.
erogenous jones
11/4/2018
09:45
Just realised that the annual report that came out on Monday contains a fair bit of new information including performance in Jan Feb and more detail on dividend policy.
wad collector
29/3/2018
15:54
Advfn presumably wrong 01 Mar 2018 Final GBX 32.50 31/12/2016 31/12/2017 02/04/2018 03/04/2018 25/05/2018 Whilst Bovis themselves (who presumably know) Final - May, 2018 32.50 29/03/2018 03/04/2018 25/05/2018 I am pleased ; 32.5p a share richer than I thought!
wad collector
29/3/2018
10:07
I have xd date as today. 32.5p to be paid on 5th May so up in real terms which makes sense.
mikealig
29/3/2018
08:59
Ah , I see you were quoting someone else , apologies. Was hoping today's opening drop was xd , but not til next week.
wad collector
15/3/2018
16:56
wad collector, l havent bought a house from these shed builders lol
tradejunkie2
09/3/2018
17:37
Erogenous- the reason I'm hoping £12 will eventually be breached is that BVS has been in an earnings upgrade cycle and FY18 and FY19 forecast earnings have again been revised upwards following the recent results. Hopefully this will continue onwards. I also put a lot of faith in Greg Fitzgerald and view his purchase of £100k's worth of shares as a positive. People may scoff at the relatively small purchase given he is a very rich man, but I don't think the rich trade or take wild punts on stock. I'm sure he didn't come out of retirement because he was bored, he obviously has a desire to achieve something with BVS. Of course, the short term link between share price momentum and earnings momentum is more tenuous with large companies that have significant II following -fund managers have all sorts of reasons for selling and depressing the share price- but as Buffet said: "In the long run, if the company is growing and earning money, the stock will follow". . Given the dividend payments I'm happy to bide my time too. BWDIK. Good luck if you hold here.
firtashia
09/3/2018
12:09
1200p has been a difficult nut to crack in the past..... knocking on it again. Any thoughts as to why the price should continue to rise?
erogenous jones
05/3/2018
11:01
I am guessing/hoping that these days the big builders don't sit on consented land, aside from say a 2 year pipeline wait required/constrained by resources of labour and materials. I am concerned that the government pressure for a surge in building now, means training up an increased workforce, and investment for increased production of materials. This will firstly mean that more builders will be fighting for limited resources, pushing build costs up. Then,once extra workforce/resources are facilitated and short supply appeased, we will have labour force/sub contractors laid off and slump in demand for materials from the enhanced supply chain. So fostering boom and bust, the very thing the economy can do without. What is the mantra "Strong and stable"? It don't sound too stable to me. IMO :-)
dr_smith
05/3/2018
10:35
Price action today may be due to the RNS that Fitzgerald has bought 8,000+ shares.
grahamburn
05/3/2018
09:42
"Construction firms which have been slow to build new homes could be refused planning permission in future under a shake-up to be unveiled by Theresa May. The PM will tell developers to "step up and do their bit", warning that sitting on land as its value rises is not on at a time of chronic housing need." I thought this would have a negative impact on share price this am but the contrary is happening , up 60p so far. Perhaps it is also the pressure on local councils to speed up the processes.
wad collector
05/3/2018
09:28
Another Melrose loser! ROFLMAO Everything was going swimmingly well until Dana came along! LOL Yertiz, just accept you are a novice and others are more experienced and more successful than you - and we also can keep and maintain our values! ;)
minerve
05/3/2018
09:04
Grahamburn - I just use the filter and deprive the poster of his soapbox. He is an obscene individual who seems filled with bile and malevolence against honest investors - obviously scarred from previous losses and doesn't understand the concept of legitimately making a profit by sound investment in the market.
yertiz
02/3/2018
17:56
Touchy! Must be Melrose. They still might come back with a higher offer. Might put you in a better mood.
minerve
02/3/2018
17:43
Minerve Not worth responding - but I will (just once). You do not have any information on which shares are in my portfolio. Please do not make any assumptions - because so far those which you have made are incorrect. Any comments you have seen by me about your comments relate solely to your inability to make coherent comments on any of the boards where our paths cross.
grahamburn
02/3/2018
16:32
Tradejunkie , I bought shares in BVS that I am pleased with. You bought a house from BVS that you are not pleased with. Who is the twit?
wad collector
02/3/2018
15:44
shaker44 "As far as Post 1420 goes, many investors lobbied for the old ceo to be fired, and others bought in when the new ceo was appointed to sort out the problems. it is not correct to suggest all shareholders are disinterested in customer satisfaction. That would be very short sighted" That is good to hear. Yes, you can't paint all with the same brush. But 20 years of watching shareholder behaviour leads me to the comments that I make and apathy/ignorance is endemic everywhere I look. Especially where personal gain is involved. Ignore grahamburn. He is just upset that his Melrose shares are falling because his little cushy gain with the GKN takeover bid is looking less likely! LOL Have a good weekend.
minerve
02/3/2018
15:38
@wad collector - twit!
tradejunkie2
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