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
  -0.125p -0.16% 76.75p 76.50p 77.00p 77.125p 76.75p 76.875p 997,253.00 15:05:36
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 454.7 46.8 2.8 27.1 1,083.00

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/4/2017
22:14
sp - I originally invested several years ago based mainly on the chairman's statement (even though net debt was a bit high at the time). It is often the case that boring companies are a great investments in the long-term).
baxter99
25/4/2017
21:03
I don't want to set he world on fire! Peter Tom CBE, Chairman of Breedon Group, will deliver the following statement at the Company's Annual General Meeting at 2.00pm today: "Trading in the first three months of 2017 was in line with our expectations. "We have made excellent progress with the integration of the former Hope Construction Materials and Sherburn Minerals businesses. Their operations have all been integrated as appropriate into Breedon Northern, Breedon Southern and Hope Cement, each of which is now operating as a fully autonomous division. The migration of all three divisions onto a common IT platform is well underway and will be completed in the next few months. "Meanwhile we are continuing to invest in capacity and operational improvements across the Group, with capital expenditure, as planned, expected to run ahead of depreciation again this year. "The outlook for our industry continues to be positive. The Construction Products Association is forecasting a five per cent increase in construction output between 2017 and 2019, with the strongest growth expected to be in infrastructure and housing, which together have historically accounted for approximately two-thirds of our end-use markets. "Against this backdrop, we remain confident of delivering a performance in line with market expectations for 2017." Yawn - I hold
swiss paul
21/4/2017
21:30
Yikes??!! Prep school talk.
alan@bj
21/4/2017
20:49
Yikes - cant see how with these freeloaders
swiss paul
21/4/2017
08:36
Getting a push from Investors Chronicle today. One of the Tips of the Week.
alan@bj
19/4/2017
20:51
And I present - piggies in the trough - don't stretch to far The Company announces that on 18 April 2017 the following Directors and other Persons Discharging Managerial Responsibilities (PDMRs) were granted awards under the Company's Performance Share Plans ("PSPs") in respect of the performance period 2017 to 2019, to acquire the number of ordinary shares of nil par value in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") set against their names in Table 1 below. The awards will vest on 18 April 2020, subject to the satisfaction of a performance condition based on underlying EPS growth being significantly in excess of growth in RPI over the three-year period ending on 31 December 2019. Table 1 Director/PDMR Role Ordinary Shares subject to conditional award Peter Tom CBE* Executive Chairman 529,801 Pat Ward Group Chief Executive 695,364 Rob Wood Group Finance Director 417,218 Tim Hall Chief Executive - Southern 234,172 Alan Mackenzie Chief Executive - Northern 234,172 Ross McDonald Group Services Director 166,887 Stephen Tagg Group Human Resources Director 190,993 Darryl Matthews Head of Strategy & Commercial Services 108,609 Stephen Jacobs Head of Communications & Marketing 64,105 *The Award to Peter Tom CBE was granted to Rise Rocks Limited, a company in which Mr Tom has a beneficial interest, which provides the services of Mr Tom as Chairman to the Company and was structured as an option at an option price equal to 1 pence per Ordinary Share. Once vested the option may be exercised at any time up to the 4th anniversary of the date of grant. All other awards were structured as conditional awards. In addition, the Company has granted further awards under the PSPs to the Directors and other PDMRs shown in Table 2 below: Table 2 Director/PDMR Role Ordinary Shares subject to conditional award Pat Ward Group Chief Executive 231,7881 463,5762 Rob Wood Group Finance Director 132,4501 Stephen Tagg Group Human Resources Director 106,1072 169,7723 Stephen Jacobs Head of Communications & Marketing 33,8332 96,6043 1Pat Ward's award is granted in respect of the PSP awards granted in April 2014 which were subject to a performance condition assessed over the period 2014 to 2016 and which vested on 3 April 2017. Pat Ward did not participate in the PSP awards granted in April 2014 but has been in service for part of the performance period; the award granted has been calculated on a pro-rata basis reflecting the proportion of the performance period for which he was in service. Rob Wood's award is granted to ensure that he is rewarded on a fair and consistent basis relative to other members of the senior executive team, and to reflect his contribution since he joined the business. Each award will vest in April 2018, following the expiration of an additional 12 month holding period and subject to an assessment of the relevant executive's ongoing performance in their role. 2These awards are granted in respect of the PSP awards granted in April 2015 and which are subject to a performance condition assessed over the period 2015 to 2017. Pat Ward, Stephen Tagg and Stephen Jacobs did not participate in the PSP awards granted in April 2015 but will have been in service for part of the performance period. The awards granted have been calculated on a pro-rata basis reflecting the proportion of the performance period for which they will be in service. The awards granted are subject to the same performance conditions as the PSP awards granted to other Directors and PDMRs in April 2015 and, subject to the satisfaction of those conditions, will vest in April 2019, following the expiration of an additional 12 month holding period to further align the interests of the executives with shareholders. 3These awards are granted in respect of the PSP awards granted in April 2016 and which are subject to a performance condition assessed over the period 2016 to 2018. Stephen Tagg and Stephen Jacobs did not participate in the PSP awards granted in April 2016 but will have been in service for part of the performance period. The awards granted have been calculated on a pro-rata basis reflecting the proportion of the performance period for which they will be in service. The awards granted are subject to the same performance conditions as the PSP awards granted to other Directors and PDMRs in April 2016 and will vest in April 2020, following the expiration of an additional 12 month holding period to further align the interests of the executives with shareholders. IOTS!
swiss paul
03/4/2017
20:01
well where did these go? Peter Tom, Chairman, has transferred in 701,098 shares in the company on the 3rd April 2017 at a price of 0.00p. The Director now holds 41,792,965 shares.
swiss paul
03/4/2017
11:57
Well this is disappointing to say the least.
reddave9999
29/3/2017
15:03
Millions of buys......share price goes nowhere.Why bother?
trewsa
20/3/2017
21:33
thanks for that bamboo :)
reddave9999
20/3/2017
13:46
Thanks bamboo.
alan@bj
20/3/2017
13:38
A Flag or Pennant is a consolidation zone that follows a straight line price run [the flagpole]. BREE's is a bull flag, ie we anticipate positive price action, following the consolidation. This is a common chart pattern. Bulkowski has back-tested 1,000's of these chart patterns to produce statistics that can be used to calculate likely target prices, following a upward price breakout of the flag. For the last few years I have been using Bulkowski's methods in my trading, both for target setting and timing. I tend to keep note of the current chart on the relevant bulletin board, in order that I can look back to see the outcome. BREE target price ranges from 84.5[advfn tp] to 85[Tradingview tp]
bamboo2
20/3/2017
08:10
Ignore them, Bamboo. An explanation for those of us not conversant with the chart would be appreciated though.
alan@bj
20/3/2017
07:41
The chicken livers are added at the end, once the beans are cooked. Leastways I think the picture showed a handful of beans…...
tournesol
19/3/2017
20:39
he forgot to add the chicken livers
swiss paul
18/3/2017
22:41
Ok. For those of us not versed in foretelling such indicators, what does it signify?
alter ego
08/3/2017
12:02
http://www.theconstructionindex.co.uk/news/view/breedon-profits-up-50-in-its-biggest-year-to-date
mirandaj
07/3/2017
15:50
Results and budget tomorrow. Hoping for good news at 08:00 and more later for Breedon.
painter
07/3/2017
15:32
Think you mean all time high but FFS leave out the TWA's
painter
07/3/2017
14:29
Gonna break the ATH here?
sweep stock
02/3/2017
08:49
Thanks painter.
mirandaj
02/3/2017
03:22
Wrong link I think Mirandaj this one relates to Breedon: http://www.whatinvestment.co.uk/revealed-four-best-aim-shares-2017-isa-2553354/
painter
28/2/2017
11:11
http://www.whatinvestment.co.uk/im-buying-next-shares-income-star-investor-2553348/
mirandaj
08/2/2017
22:34
Have to hope thankfully that they have abandoned the idea of moving off Aim to the main market.
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