Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bovis Homes Group Plc LSE:BVS London Ordinary Share GB0001859296 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 1,312.00 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,311.00 1,312.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 1,061.40 168.07 101.60 12.9 2,857
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 1,312.00 GBX

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Bovis Homes Daily Update: Bovis Homes Group Plc is listed in the Household Goods & Home Construction sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BVS. The last closing price for Bovis Homes was 1,312p.
Bovis Homes Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,401p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,188p.
There are currently 217,742,860 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Bovis Homes Group Plc is £2,856,786,323.20.
dr_smith: Hello you lot. I used to be one of you then sold. I am now one of you lot again via the back door, I think I've been head GFRD. ;-) This morning I see BVS via google finance function returns blank - and the new VTY has kicked in - but still showing "Bovis" as company name - and retaining historical data. Nice to have clear decks after Brexit/election/year end buy outs etc zzz. Pre Brexit I sold most of folio except for house builders as growing population on an island has to be good for builders no matter the world politics. I feel as if a fog has lifted a bit hoping to regain some focus an clarity of what the future holds. IMO :-) Dave
plunger2: spcecks We should be getting 3.81 bonus shares for every 100 shares held. Hence for yesterday's market cap to be maintained one would expect a fall of 3.81% apprx in the share price. So any movement above or below a minus 3.81% today represents the "real" daily movement. JMHO
grahamburn: Just to clarify.... the second interim dividend will NOT be paid on the bonus shares. See the following extract from 7 November RNS "Acquisition Update" section 8: Instead of paying the Bovis Homes 2019 final dividend, the Company expects to pay a cash dividend of up to 41 pence per Share in May 2020 to Shareholders on the Company's register of members as at 6.00 p.m. on 27 December 2019 (the "Second Interim Dividend"), whereby the relevant Shareholders (which, for the avoidance of doubt, shall include holders of the Placing Shares but exclude recipients of Consideration Shares and Bonus Issue Shares) shall be entitled to receive their pro rata entitlements to the Second Interim Dividend. The payment date of the Second Interim Dividend is in line with the normal final dividend payment timetable.
erogenous jones: I venture to suggest it is because there is an enlarged quantities of shares for the same market capitalisation. Smoke and mirrors. 4% additional shares issued and corresponding reduction in the share price. Rounding shares down will trigger cash compensation of a few pennies in the overall scheme of things. The benefit of the additional shares will only be noticed if the share price rises or the simple dividend payout in cash terms is maintained. FWIW, I have always preferred to receive any dividend as cash.
grahamburn: Not sure why posters are confused on ex-date for bonus shares. It's crystal clear in the announcement of 7 November. Scroll down to bottom and under Expected Timetable of Events and it shows that the ex-date is 3 January.
erogenous jones: dasty1, my understanding of the statement which is (deliberately) ambiguous implies roughly a 55p price drop to reflect the increase in shares in issue that is transferred from the left hand to the right hand as shareholders will have additional "bonus" shares to their account marked up by 4% in round figures. So, if you have 100 shares now at £13.63, you will have 104 shares (plus any rounding cash) that will be quoted at £13.08. Your holding will have the same cash value as today albeit with 4% additional qty, but the share price will be marked down by 4%. The "bonus" will only be effective once any dividends for 2020 and onwards are paid out or when the shares are trading at the current bid price. Of course, I could be talking absolute cobblers - not unusual, I might add.
dr_smith: I don't have any BVS shares..Oh yes you do.. ..well GFRD shares at mo'. ;-) Given new year, new budgets for industry/employees and Brexit/election haze lifting, a con majority too, all bodes well for the market as a whole, aside from stronger pound potentially a negative for exporters. BVS specific I believe a key part of the GFRD (Linden) acquisition was to bring some of the quality across to cover their weak spot... though that's already likely priced in, but any comment in trade update on changes in the combined entity should go down well. IMO :-) Dave
warranty: As a GFRD holder, sad to see the company potentially being sold to BVS on the cheap, just as things appear to be moving after the problems with the construction side dragged the share price down. Even the increased price offered undervalues the house building side of GFRD but then I suppose on the other hand, it does make the combined group stronger in the long run.
wad collector: I see the new offer is £300M more than last time and that the GFRD share price went up much more than BVS when the news leaked earlier this week. It fell back but is still 15% up on the week in contrast to BVS which is about 8% up on the week. Just been looking at their recent balance sheets ; similar figures to here.
dr_smith: Thank-you Brummy Git. Believed Redrow was a t/o target, rather than a buyer, but 2+ potential bidders is a dream scenario for bumping up BVS share price .and I believe it is generally acknowledged housing shares are at low values as all is rosy, so no upward volatility to be had for day traders. Some excitement for a Monday morning - I have GFRD and BVS...and BKG if they come in.
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