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
  -0.70 -0.93% 74.60 112,872 08:22:58
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
74.00 75.20 75.30 74.60 75.30
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 929.60 94.60 4.64 16.2 1,270
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
08:40:15 O 1,000 74.125 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 75.30p.
Breedon Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 72.10p and a 12 week average price of 72.10p.
The 1 year high share price is 100.75p while the 1 year low share price is currently 56.50p.
There are currently 1,686,680,155 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 8,986,051 shares. The market capitalisation of Breedon Group Plc is £1,270,070,156.72.
mirandaj: "UK construction shares have been volatile through the coronavirus crisis and while the sector as a whole is not cheap, Berenberg analysts see opportunities for investment. Top stock picks included companies where there is perceived to be more of a fiscal opportunity via infrastructure, such as Breedon Group PLC (LON:BREE), where the ‘buy’ rating was reiterated and share price target upped to 103p from 95p. "
runner2018: not holding shares here (mostly in enquest atm) but have worked with my friend subcontracting on a few breedon sites.i take an interest in breedon share price but can't quite understand what game M1 played here to get in/out and their involvement in the placing, would really appreciate if someone watching closely can summarise what just happened?many thanks...
philanderer: Here's an explanation from broker Davy.. The M1 Cement stake sale now makes sense of the shareholder announcement on October 21st and the share price weakness since then. That announcement split the ABICAD stake (c.18.35% of Breedon) into an ABICAD-Mittal family stake of 9.8% and a M1 Cement stake of 8.55%. M1 Cement now appears to have sold its entire position in the company at c.59p. Breedon Group will update on trading on November 20th. With UK construction activity softer in September and October, we have modestly reduced our earnings estimates for the stock. Breedon will provide an update on Q3 trading on Wednesday November 20th. A spate of disappointing peer and economic updates suggests that UK trading has likely proved difficult in September and October and, as such, we have slightly lowered estimates for 2019. We now expect the group to report FY19 underlying EBIT of £115.7m, down from £117.1m previously. For 2020, we now assume underlying EBIT of £121.4m, some 2.3% below our previous estimate. While trading may prove volatile through the rest of the year, we still expect the group to deliver to plan on debt reduction. We assume net debt (including the impact of IFRS16) falls to £295.5m by year-end, implying net debt/EBITDA of just 1.7x. BE Does M1 Cement have inside knowledge on the trading update? Of course not, that's illegal.
redartbmud: alter ego Yes, but that was a big chunk to feed into the market. It lessens the room for another big chunk of shares to be successfully placed with institutions. I would suspect that there has been some twisting of arms, and favours called in. Some of the placees might be looking to offload a good wedge, for a small turn, when the lock in period ends, in 9 months. That will be a dampener, on the share price, over that period.
shauney2: Looks like a very good acquistion hTtps:// In the year to 31 July 2018 Roadway reported pre-tax profits of £1.3m on revenues of £5.1m.
philanderer: Breedon undervalued, says Numis Growth at construction materials group Breedon (BREE) is underpinned but this strength is not reflected in the share price, says Numis. Analyst Howard Seymour retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and target price of 105p on the stock, which jumped 1.1% to 63.6p yesterday. ‘Breedon shares have had a torrid time year-to-date reflecting both the technical situation in the shares and also wider concern about UK outlook in the UK building materials space. This has led to the shares sitting at a 15% price-earnings discount to peers, which looks illogical,’ he said. Seymour said management initiatives will enable organic growth of 6% to 8% a year, which is not being factored into the shares and Breedon remains his ‘favoured mid-cap stock in our building universe’. HTTPS://;_ga=2.228097301.963887283.1564478475-1667693302.1564478475#i=3
redartbmud: phil Pleasing numbers against the backdrop of poor construction industry numbers. We need to see the back of that damned seller, then we should see a recovery in the share price. red
philanderer: Lagan boost for Breedon 21/07/2019 Aggregates company Breedon (LON: BREE) has a strong growth record and interim figures on 25 July will show if this is continuing. Peel Hunt believes that annual earnings per share growth should average high single digits over the next three years and it could be higher if the right acquisitions can be found. However, there is a concern about what will happen to the stake owned by St James’s Place, which has already been cut from 6.4% to 2.9% in just over one month. This stake appears to have been inherited in the fund that was previously run by Woodford Investment Management. Also, outgoing chairman Peter Tom sold 22 million shares at 72p each back in May. The stock overhang has hit the share price, which has fallen back to the level it was at the beginning of the year. Interims The figures are being published promptly. Revenues and pre-tax profit are expected to rise by up to one-fifth in the first half of 2019. Last year’s interim revenues were £378.4m and underlying pre-tax profit was £37.4m. Last year’s Lagan acquisition will contribute a full six months in the six months to June 2019 and group performance will be boosted by a strong Irish market. In contrast, the UK construction market has been weak. Future Breedon is one of the largest companies quoted on AIM and has a market capitalisation of £1bn. Net debt was £310.7m at the end of 2018 and this could reduce by around one-fifth by the end of this year. The business is UK-focused, so it is dependent on the health of the UK market for its growth. Full year expectations are currently relatively modest with pre-tax profit set to improve from £91.7m to £102m, although earnings growth will be modest. At 60.7p, the shares are trading on 12 times prospective 2019 earnings, falling to eleven next year when earnings growth is set to be in double figures. This is attractive for anyone taking a long-term view, although short-term construction demand and stock overhang concerns could hamper progress for the time being. HTTPS://
redartbmud: Morning phil Yes it does. I am afraid that the company is currently not in control of it's share price. Another day, another holder. I suspect that St James is just a resting place for Bree shares, formerly held by woodentop. Their advisors must be turbocharged, running around the city, trying to find institutions that are happy to buy an AIM stock, that supplies product to the subdued UK construction industry, and doesn't pay a dividend. The question is sort and long term valuation, and whether the share is currently mis-priced. I have been carrying out a review of the last 4 years accounts to determine where/how is is moving forward as a business. Looking back to Bardon, Tom had a plan to build a business that he eventually sold on to a larger operator. I believed that he would repeat the exercise here. His stepping down from the Chairman role rather puts that theory in doubt. Does the Lagan purchase also make that less likely? Where do we go from here, with a serial consolidator, of smaller businesses, that increases volumes, but seems unable to improve margins and ROCE? Gearing doubled by the Lagan purchase too. red
philanderer: That's wrong. There was this RNS on the 7th june where Woodford went under 5% HTTP://
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