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
  +0.00p +0.00% 78.50p 78.20p 78.80p 78.50p 78.50p 78.50p 493,489 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 454.7 46.8 2.8 27.7 1,135.57

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Breedon Daily Update: Breedon Group is listed in the Construction & Materials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BREE. The last closing price for Breedon was 78.50p.
Breedon Group has a 4 week average price of 75p and a 12 week average price of 75p.
The 1 year high share price is 92.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 73.25p.
There are currently 1,446,582,506 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,410,966 shares. The market capitalisation of Breedon Group is £1,135,567,267.21.
philanderer: Brexit sell-off Another construction materials firm that has enjoyed tremendous success in recent years is AIM-listed Breedon Group (LSE: BREE). Perhaps not surprisingly the share price of the group formerly known as Breedon Aggregates has followed a very similar trajectory to that of its FTSE 250 counterpart, having suffered a similar panic-induced sell-off following the 2016 referendum. But as weaker investors were left nursing their losses, those that kept the faith have been rewarded handsomely. Not only did the company’s shares fully recover from the Brexit sell-off, but a year later went on to reach new all-time highs of 92.5p, a gain of 30% on my original buy call in October 2016. UK’s largest Forecasters are expecting new infrastructure and housing work to show healthy growth over the next two years, and with these market segments accounting for approximately two-thirds of Breedon’s end-use markets I believe now is not the time to be taking profits. Breedon is already the UK’s largest independent construction business, but I think there is still plenty of scope for it to grow even bigger. Trading on a price/earnings ratio of 17, I see Breedon as another worthy construction play. HTTPS://
alter ego: compnews1, looks like The Share Centre provide a "stock of the week" idea for investors so they will have "analysts" generating these tips to order. The content of the one on BREE contains nothing remarkable and is very basic background on the company. No figures are given so it's up to readers to do more research to decide if they think the stock is good value or not. In other words, there's very little in the piece to inform you beyond the suggestion that BREE may be worth looking into further. I've held BREE for 7 years and regard it as a pretty safe investment since the share price is underpinned by large physical reserves in the quarries they own. They have been acquiring smaller companies that bring more of these assets and local customers and are a well run outfit with highly experienced management. I don't expect fireworks but infrastructure spending fuels demand for BREE's products and should mean steady progress on earnings. I added recently feeling that the share price decline had more to do with (unfounded IMO) worries about the knock on effect of Carillion than actual trading.
alter ego: Hopefully, the jitters have stabilised judging by the steady, if modest, share price gains. With concern about the Carillion impact on small suppliers I wonder if ultimately this may throw up opportunities for BREE either to acquire or take up the slack caused by distressed companies. I guess we won't know for some time but having ultimate control of the resources (quarries etc) will be crucial for meeting the ongoing needs of infrastructure and construction work.
scotches: hTTp:// "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."
mirandaj: "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.
trewsa: Millions of buys......share price goes nowhere.Why bother?
davebowler: Cantor; We think Breedon’s opportunity to continue to consolidate the UK aggregates sector after closing the Hope acquisition remains clear, in our view. The share price has rallied recently as the Hope acquisition nears completion and we expect clearance by the CMA soon. However, beyond that, we see the potential for near-term slow down in H1. Comments from peers suggest underlying aggregates volumes could be down in H1 2016 compared with a year ago with delays to infrastructure projects, the switch to Highways England and Brexit distraction. We still like Breedon as an investment, seeing further sizable acquisitions and synergies from Hope as key to its continued share price performance. We reiterate our BUY recommendation and increase our TP to 80p. We see further significant upside to our TP over the medium-term predicated on Breedon successfully making further acquisitions.
redartbmud: !! The share price seems to be held back by sellers. There must be a lot of big holders who bought at rock bottom prices, who are slowly dripping out the odd 25k or 50k of shares at regular intervals. I suppose that provides them with some income on their investment and protects their gains. I do not blame them.
alan@bj: Reason for the recent weakness in the share price:- Construction output in the UK dropped more than was predicted in the last quarter of 2014, with the number of new homes being built falling for the first time in almost two years, according to new data. Statistics released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) today (February 13th) reveal that total output slumped by 2.1 per cent in the last three months of 2014 compared to the previous three months - a bigger decline than the 1.8 per cent that was expected. The report also showed that the volume of new homes being built - which was the driving force for higher output earlier in 2014 - dropped by 0.2 per cent after climbing by 6.1 per cent in the third quarter. This is its first fall since early 2013. According to the ONS, the decline is attributed to reduced orders in previous quarters and the fact that the housing market in the UK has been slowing down since the middle of 2014 - around the time when regulators introduced more stringent mortgage lending credit checks. The data reveals that annual house prices rises surpassed ten per cent[in mid-2014, but separate research from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors released yesterday showed that prices rose last month at their slowest rate since May 2013. Fourth-quarter output declines are not significant enough to affect the estimate of 0.5 per cent growth for Britain's gross domestic product, according to the ONS, despite accounting for six per cent of the country's economy. In December alone, total construction output nudged up by just 0.4 per cent after losing 1.8 per cent in November, which is a lot less than the 2.8 per cent rebound expected by economists. Overall, output was up 7.4 per cent for 2014, marking the fastest growth since 2010, but momentum has now started to ebb. We'll have to wait to see how the market reacts to the results announcement on Feb 23rd.
2baffled: Hmmmm! Only found this today [dated Michelle McGagh on May 15, 2014 at 05:01] 'Breedon Aggregates downgraded on share price valuation'.
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