Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Breedon Group LSE:BREE London Ordinary Share JE00B2419D89 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50p -0.56% 88.75p 88.50p 89.00p 89.25p 88.75p 89.25p 375,778 11:39:46
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 454.7 46.8 2.8 31.4 1,283.80

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
15/8/2017
17:47
14:03:5 89p deal for 400,000 shares yesterday reported today, didn't jolt the share price at all.
au24
15/8/2017
11:34
hTTp://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-4779474/DIRECTOR-S-DEALS-Tim-Hall-Chief-exec-Breedon-Southern.html "Breedon Group top brass Tim Hall and his wife have taken advantage of a recent lift in the building material supplier’s share price to make £961,000."
scotches
07/8/2017
12:12
Some meaty buys have gone through this morning,set for another rise soon!
au24
04/8/2017
09:20
Looking back to RNS on 5 July, 30,279,073 shares were issued to satisfy Barclays' exercising of warrants...the exact same number traded yesterday so presumably being placed.
konkel
04/8/2017
08:15
Late late trades being reported yesterday from days/weeks ago IMO.
au24
03/8/2017
20:39
Melody No they were at 83p Metis Placing or LATE reported trades?
au24
03/8/2017
19:35
au - do you mean 93.5p. just joined in here and happy to have asteady performer alongside some of my higher growth holdings
melody9999
03/8/2017
19:25
Lots of high volume late trades reported,some at 83.5p after hours today Yet we do nothing but climb higher:) 03-Aug-17 11:21:39 92.00 165,000 Sell*  92.00 93.00 151.80k O  03-Aug-17 17:10:28 92.50 15,000   92.00 93.00 13.88k O  03-Aug-17 16:53:28 83.50 4,760,612 Sell*  92.00 93.00 3.975M O  03-Aug-17 16:56:51 83.50 2,265,340 Sell*  92.00 93.00 1.892M O  03-Aug-17 16:52:22 83.00 30,279,073 Sell*  92.00 93.00 25.132M O  03-Aug-17 16:54:26 83.50 312,532 Sell*  92.00 93.00 260.96k O  03-Aug-17 16:54:20 83.50 2,032,975 Sell*  92.00 93.00 1.698M O  03-Aug-17 16:54:14 83.50 3,398,010 Sell*  92.00 93.00 2.837M O  03-Aug-17 16:54:07 83.50 10,194,031 Sell*  92.00 93.00 8.512M O  03-Aug-17 16:53:28 83.50 4,760,612 Sell*  92.00 93.00 3.975M O  03-Aug-17 16:53:27 83.50 1,699,005 Sell*  92.00 93.00 1.419M O  03-Aug-17 16:53:16 83.50 4,880,267 Sell*  92.00 93.00 4.075M O  03-Aug-17 16:53:05 83.50 453,133 Sell*  92.00 93.00 378.37k O  03-Aug-17 16:36:33 92.75 7,100 Buy*  92.00 93.00 6,585 O  03-Aug-17 16:28:03 92.50 250,000   92.00 93.00 231.25k
au24
02/8/2017
13:12
Jon Robinson - Plans to extend Breedon-run quarry approved 2 Aug 2017 Leicestershire-based Breedon's proposals to extend a Lincolnshire quarry by about 120 acres in a bid to gain access to 1.7 million tonnes of limestone has been approved. hxxps://www.insidermedia.com/insider/midlands/plan-to-extend-breedon-run-quarry-approved
au24
01/8/2017
20:36
"Its strategy is to continue growing organically and through acquisition of businesses in the UK heavy construction materials market." Continuing to build the business and share price. http://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/news/business/breedon-quarrying-giant-snaps-up-260444 https://www.investegate.co.uk/breedon-group-plc--bree-/rns/acquisition-of-humberside-aggregates-limited/201708010700156667M/
mirandaj
01/8/2017
20:33
dave I have now sold nearly all my speculative AIM shares and put the proceeds into BREE. My ex Lloyds investment manager brother put me onto these last summer,but I procrastinated to my shame to buy into them then. The steady rise of late had me waiting for the fall back which sadly(for me)never came. In now and waiting to buy more in the future. Good solid company.
au24
01/8/2017
16:22
Thanks for that au24. Breedon is a nice steady ship and one of the best in my portfolio :)
reddave9999
01/8/2017
09:15
TODAY'S NEWS Breedon, the UK's largest independent construction materials group, announces that it has today completed the acquisition of Humberside Aggregates Limited ("Humberside") for a total consideration of GBP9.0 million.* Humberside is a leading independent sand & gravel quarry and aggregates merchanting business based at North Cave near Hull in East Yorkshire, employing around 30 people. It supplies a broad range of customers including ready-mixed concrete and mortar producers, various Government agencies, local authorities, and local and national building and civil engineering contractors. In the year to 30 April 2017, Humberside reported an underlying EBITDA of GBP2.1 million on revenues of GBP14.9 million. It has approximately 3.1 million tonnes of mineral reserves, with the potential to secure additional reserves in the future. The purchase price is being satisfied by the payment of GBP8.3 million in cash funded from the Group's existing resources, together with the assumption of GBP0.7 million of debt. Commenting on the acquisition Pat Ward, Breedon's Group Chief Executive, said: "This acquisition provides Breedon Southern with a valuable source of aggregates in the important markets of East Yorkshire and Humberside, where we already operate a sizeable ready-mixed concrete business. It will enable us to create value by internalising the supply of sand and gravel to our network of readymix and mortar plants, whilst serving a strong existing customer base throughout the region. "Humberside also operates a successful merchanting business, supplying limestone to builders' merchants in the region. A proportion of this material currently comes from Breedon's quarry at Holme Hall, giving us the opportunity to optimise these volumes and benefit from improved logistics planning. Breedon Group plc is the UK's largest independent construction materials group. It operates the country's largest cement plant, two cementitious import terminals, around 60 quarries, 30 asphalt plants, 200 ready-mixed concrete plants and three concrete products plants nationwide. The Group employs around 2,300 people and has more than 750 million tonnes of mineral reserves and resources. Its strategy is to continue growing organically and through acquisition of businesses in the UK heavyside construction materials market. No Divi's then LOL
au24
27/7/2017
16:51
Breedon revenues double 20th July 2017 07:34 | Breedon Aggregates Breedon's revenues doubled to £326.3m in the six months to the end of June and pre-tax profits rose by 50% to £31.2m. The group said it saw a strong profit improvement from former Breedon Aggregates business and robust contribution from former Hope Construction Materials. Underlying EBIT margin of 15.8% achieved in former Breedon Aggregates business, comfortably ahead of its 2020 target of 15% And the group saw further progress on safety improvement with the lost time injury frequency rate reduced from 1.87 in 2016 to 1.41 at half-year. Other highlights: - Net debt reduced to £146.8m (Dec 2016: £159.3m) - Both cement kiln maintenance and upgrade shutdowns completed in first half, on time and to budget - Integration of former Hope operations completed, with planned synergies expected to be fully delivered in 2018, ahead of schedule - Pro Mini Mix acquired; further bolt-on acquisitions in pipeline - Organic development underway in two new quarries in Scotland and County Durham........ 'This is money'- write up http://investing.thisismoney.co.uk/news/article/id/5594295/
au24
21/7/2017
21:00
The Times had a large feature on BREE today and had it down as a Buy.
au24
12/7/2017
09:27
Be careful what you wish for au24...a dividend policy would suggest it's going ex growth!!
konkel
12/7/2017
09:06
Any chance of a divi here?
au24
03/7/2017
19:24
I think the horse has already bolted on that one DGW. Little point seeking support to close a stable door that's already off its hinges.
alan@bj
03/7/2017
19:01
I notice that the Registered Office was moved to Jersey recently. Do others believe that in the interests of shareholders the AGM should be held "on the mainland" so shareholders could attend the AGM of THEIR company without significant cost travelling to Jersey. Unlike the BOD most shareholders would be unable to have such travel expenses covered.
dgwinterbottom
22/6/2017
21:55
Nope - HS2 not priced in yet - lets see who gets bid and more importantly tier 2 suppliers
swiss paul
19/6/2017
11:29
Given it currently has a rolling peg of 1.14 would anyone agree it is perhaps fully values at the moment?
dgwinterbottom
25/5/2017
21:49
Very nice AIM share, hope it stays on the AIM.
elmfield
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