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
  -0.90 -1.24% 71.80 1,408,761 14:48:16
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
71.90 72.10 74.00 71.60 74.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 1,232.50 114.30 4.65 15.4 1,213
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
14:38:45 AT 5,000 71.80 GBX

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Posted at 06/1/2023 12:01 by peddlers
My near term target price for Breedon is 98p
Posted at 06/1/2023 09:48 by peddlers
Bought here today.
Fundamentals look solid.

Price looks very cheap.

Good luck


Posted at 26/11/2022 12:31 by wpc9
met CEO a number of years ago and he was adamant Breedon was worth 1 pounder share. they are massively undervalued and long term I think they are great value
Posted at 25/8/2022 16:17 by swiss paul
Wow - get this.


("Breedon" or the "Company")

Director Dealings

The Company has been notified that Jude Lagan, Managing Director - Breedon Cement has purchased 83,335 ordinary shares of no par value in the Company ('Ordinary Shares') at a price of 60.0p per Ordinary Share on 24 August 2022.

As at today there are 1,694,108,830 Ordinary Shares in issue, none of which are held in treasury. This figure may be used by shareholders as the denominator for the calculation by which they will determine if they are required to notify their interest in, or a change in their interest in, the share capital of the Company.

Posted at 04/7/2022 19:32 by tole's why this AIM-listed stock could be one of the best shares to buy!This Fool is looking for the best shares to buy. Despite macroeconomic issues, this stock could be a great long-term buy for his holdings.Jabran Khan?Published 4 July, 4:39 pm BSTBREEFinding the best shares to buy now is not an easy task. I look for businesses that provide products and services to burgeoning markets that could give stable and consistent investor returns. One stock that could fall into that category is Breedon (LSE:BREE). Should I add the shares to my holdings?Construction materials and infrastructureAs a quick reminder, Breedon is a construction materials business with operations in the UK and Ireland. Some of the materials it produces include cement, aggregates, concrete, and asphalt, as well as other specialist construction products. Furthermore, it also offers contracting services for large infrastructure projects such as building roads.So what's happening with Breedon shares currently? Well, as I write, they're trading for 59p, as a penny stock. At this time last year, the stock was trading for 110p, which is a 46% drop over a 12-month period.Many shares have fallen in recent months due to macroeconomic headwinds as well as the tragic events in Ukraine.The best shares to buy have risks tooThe biggest threat to Breedon's investment viability, especially in the shorter term, is that of macroeconomic factors. Soaring inflation, the rising cost of raw materials as well the supply chain crisis will have an impact on operations, as well as profitability. This could affect its balance sheet and growth plans as well as shareholder returns.Competition in the construction industry is intense. There are many players all vying for the same customers and contracts to boost their coffers and grow. Breedon could be out-muscled and outmanoeuvred by competitors with more financial power and presence.The bull caseThe construction market is a growing one. In fact, it wasn't majorly disrupted when the pandemic struck. Governments allowed construction businesses to continue as best they could, unlike many others, and continue building where it was safe to do so. As well as this, demand for housing is currently outstripping supply. A lot goes into building homes and lots of different types of aggregates that Breedon supplies are required. In the longer term, Breedon could see this surge in construction spending turn into performance growth and investor returns.At current levels, Breedon shares look decent value for money on a price-to-earnings ratio of just 12. Furthermore, the shares would boost my passive income through dividend payments. The shares currently yield 2.8%. Most of my best shares to buy boost my passive income stream. It is worth remembering, however, that dividends can be cancelled at the discretion of the business at any time.Breedon already has a good track record of performance, even in the pandemic period. It has recorded consistent revenue and profit in the past four years. I do understand that past performance is not a guarantee of the future.Overall, I think Breedon could be a shrewd addition to my holdings, especially as the shares have fallen back in recent months. Large scale construction spending on infrastructure by the government as well as initiatives to boost the number of homes should benefit a business like Breedon. I would add the shares to my holdings and expect to see consistent and stable returns.
Posted at 21/6/2022 21:30 by 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?

Posted at 29/4/2022 05:38 by 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'.
Posted at 13/4/2022 20:59 by 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:
To provide a competitive base salary reflective of the particular skills, calibre and experience of an individual.

To incentivise the delivery of annual financial, strategic and safety objectives

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

To aid recruitment and retention by allowing the directors to make provision for long-term retirement 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

for the total payments - then compare that to the share price over the same period;

Posted at 05/4/2022 17:39 by 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.
Posted at 23/3/2022 08:22 by 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.

Breedon share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
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