Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Breedon Group Plc LSE:BREE London Ordinary Share JE00B2419D89 ORD NPV
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.80 -2.98% 58.70 657,707 10:59:45
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
58.60 58.80 60.70 58.70 60.70
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 1,232.50 114.30 4.65 12.6 992
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
10:59:45 AT 369 58.70 GBX

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Breedon Daily Update: Breedon Group Plc is listed in the Construction & Materials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BREE. The last closing price for Breedon was 60.50p.
Breedon Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 59.10p and a 12 week average price of 59.10p.
The 1 year high share price is 113.60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 59.10p.
There are currently 1,689,859,434 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 15,371,012 shares. The market capitalisation of Breedon Group Plc is £1,012,225,800.97.
my retirement fund: Well it all looked rosy a year ago with a low peg and reasonable forward PE forecast. Problem is they may well be able to pass on these huge rises in their input costs, especially energy but they are highly exposed to an economic slowdown and their earnings would be disproportionally battered. Its no wonder the share price is shredded, keep that bargepole at hand and that peg firmly on your nose seems the sensible advice that springs to mind. It may seem hard to imagine it today dare one imagine what an emergency fundraising in 18 months time could dilute the present equity? The consequences of years and years of "buying turnover" through a never ending leveraged acquisition merry-go-round must surely come home to roost ! (imo - dyor) !!
steve3sandal: I’ve a price alert around here. I missed the last one around 60p. Off the top of my head Bree own real assets which are likely finite, inflation proof and in demand on the economic status quo. I need to get my head down and work out why they don’t appeal to institutional holders. Any help gratefully received. In the past I drove to the highest latitudes in Scotland and seemingly every 30 mins we passed a Breedon quarry which piqued my interest. share price is down which seems bonkers. Mannagement?
tole: Hunt: Breedon is good valueConstruction materials group Breedon (BREE) has had a 'robust' start to the year and the fall in the share price has made it good value, according to Peel Hunt.Analyst Clyde Lewis retained his 'buy' recommendation and target price of 123p on the stock, which firmed 0.5% to Thursday at 80.4p. 'Breedon has had a decent start to the year, albeit the first quarter is traditionally the quietest of the year,' he said, adding that sales were up 16%.'Recent orders and enquiries are holding up well, although there is an expectation that local authority spending will come under some pressure later this year.'Lewis is, however, expecting limited change on forecasts. That means the shares are trading on '13x price-to-earnings for full-year 2022 following the 16% drop in the share price this year, which we believe offers good value'.
swiss paul: Ok - skin in the game 3 February 2022 Louise Turner-Smith, Head of Investor Relations and a Person Discharging Managerial Responsibilities ("PDMR"), has purchased 11,612 ordinary shares of no par value in the Company ('Ordinary Shares') at a price of 86.008p per Ordinary Share. 22 January, 2021 Breedon Group PLC - Chief Financial Officer Designate James Brotherton buys 75,000 shares at 86.5 pence, worth GBP64,875. The purchase is his only holding. 20 January 2020 The Company has been notified that Clive Watson, Non-executive Director of Breedon Group plc and a Person Discharging Managerial Responsibilities ('PDMR'), has today purchased 37,500 ordinary shares in the Company ('Ordinary Shares') at a price of 89.60p per Ordinary Share, to be held in his SIPP. As a consequence, Mr Watson now has an interest in 72,500 Ordinary Shares representing approximately 0.004% of the Company's total voting rights. So a 1 NED, the CFO and PR Guru have bought. Not awe inspiring eh.
swiss paul: The Company’s Remuneration Committee is chaired by Pauline Lafferty with Carol Hui, Helen Miles and Clive Watson being members of the committee. The Remuneration Committee is responsible for the establishment of appropriate employee incentives and share option schemes, and ensures that the remuneration of executive directors, non-executive directors and other key management are relevant to the industry and market in which the Group operates. Will drop them a line and ask the question. But it gets better - 3 bites at the cherry: BASE SALARY To provide a competitive base salary reflective of the particular skills, calibre and experience of an individual. ANNUAL BONUS To incentivise the delivery of annual financial, strategic and safety objectives PERFORMANCE SHARE PLAN (PSP) To drive superior performance of the Group and delivery of the Group’s long-term objectives, aid retention and align directors’ interests with those of the Company’s shareholders. Yikes I forgot the other 2 bites PENSION To aid recruitment and retention by allowing the directors to make provision for long-term retirement benefits OTHER BENEFITS To provide market-competitive, cost-effective benefits - erm this includes: The Company operates Sharesave schemes on an annual basis. These schemes are open to all colleagues of the Group, including executive directors who have completed the requisite length of service at the launch of each invitation. Cant see any Sharesave from our Directors though.. Have a look on Page 96 of the annual report hxxps:// for the total payments - then compare that to the share price over the same period;
medieval blacksmith: Why would they feel the need to buy shares and carry the same risk as investors when the remuneration committee is trigger happy with fat share option awards? I've watched this stock for years and this is one of the issues that puts me off from increasing my holding. Buffett has gone on about aligning the interests of those on the board with those of the shareholders for decades with logic you simply can't argue with and a record to prove it yet share options are just sometimes almost given away at times. If you are lucky enough to be a director of a company in the right sector you get them for just turning up for work mostly - certainly over this last two decades when share price increases have generally been down to lowering interest rates and QE more then increased earnings.
swiss paul: And standby for another further dilution. Just remind me who owns this company? The Company announces that on 11 April 2022 the following Directors and other Persons Discharging Managerial Responsibilities (PDMRs) were granted awards under the Company's Performance Share Plan in respect of the three-year performance period (2022 to 2024), to acquire the number of ordinary shares of nil par value in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") set against their names in the table below. The awards will vest on 11 April 2025, subject to the satisfaction of the undernoted performance conditions. In addition, any resulting shares for Rob Wood and James Brotherton will be released following a further holding period of two years from the date of vesting. Director/PDMR Role Ordinary Shares subject to conditional award Rob Wood Chief Executive Officer 1,147,388 James Brotherton Chief Financial Officer 776,119 James Atherton-Ham Group General Counsel (PDMR) 218,905 James Haluch Managing Director - Breedon Surfacing Solutions (PDMR) 248,358 Michael Pearce Managing Director - Breedon GB Materials (PDMR) 289,751 Jude Lagan Managing Director - Breedon Cement (PDMR) 179,876 Terry Lagan Managing Director - Breedon Ireland (PDMR) 342,528 Caroline Roberts Group People Director (PDMR) 227,661 Louise Turner-Smith Head of Investor Relations (PDMR) 72,761 Looks like there pay is not enough, will have a look and see who is on remuneration ctee
tole: cheap penny stock to buyBuilding materials supplier Breedon Group (LSE: BREE) hasn't suffered the sort of shocking sell-off as SIS. But recent share price falls still leave it looking mighty cheap.For 2022 Breedon trades on a forward PEG ratio of 0.5. I think it could prove to be a brilliant penny stock to buy as construction activity in the UK grows. More specifically I expect it to thrive from healthy infrastructure investment and a step-up in house building.Breedon supplies bricks, tiles, aggregates, concrete, and a wide range of other essential building products. Profits might suffer if broader economic conditions deteriorate. However, I think this risk is baked into the company's dirt-cheap share price. I think its a great growth stock for me to buy today.
undervaluedassets: This stock will get found.. Cement and aggregates are fundamental to all construction. BREE also has pricing power as it is vertically integrated and owns lots of quarries. 4000% + growth in pretax profits over the last 11 years has yet to be reflected in Share price which is barely up 400% and currently languishes some 30% off highs. But that growth will be reflected in the share price one day. Management here is just too good to be ignored. Got all the characteristics of a Buffet/Peter Lynch stock.
swiss paul: 21 March 2022 Breedon Group plc 2021 Annual Report and Notice of Annual General Meeting ('AGM') Breedon Group plc confirms that it has issued to its shareholders its 2021 Annual Report and Accounts and the Notice of its 2022 AGM. The Annual Report and Accounts and Notice of Meeting are now available on the Company's website at The AGM will be held on Thursday 28 April 2022 at 2.00pm at Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London, 200 Westminster Bridge Road, Lambeth, London, SE1 7UT Subject to shareholder approval at the AGM, 1.1pence per ordinary share of no par value will be paid as a final dividend on 20 May 2022 to shareholders who are on the Register of Members at the close of business on 22 April 2022.
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