Brickability Dividends - BRCK

Brickability Dividends - BRCK

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Brickability Group Plc BRCK London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 69.00 00:00:00
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69.00
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CONSTRUCTION & MATERIALS

Brickability BRCK Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
21/07/2022FinalGBX2.0431/03/202131/03/202225/08/202226/08/202222/09/20223
01/12/2021InterimGBX0.9630/03/202130/09/202127/01/202228/01/202224/02/20220
05/08/2021FinalGBX1.0831/03/202031/03/202126/08/202127/08/202123/09/20211.95
12/11/2020InterimGBX0.8730/03/202030/09/202028/01/202129/01/202125/02/20210
16/09/2020FinalGBX1.0831/03/201931/03/202024/09/202025/09/202023/10/20201.95
25/11/2019InterimGBX0.8730/03/201930/09/201905/12/201906/12/201920/12/20190

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Posted at 21/10/2022 16:49 by tole
https://masterinvestor.co.uk/equities/small-cap-round-up-bricks-time-rocks-and-a-peach/Brickability (LON:BRCK) – with bad news now discounted it presents an 'excellent buying opportunity'The UK's leading brick factor declared a Trading Update for its first half-year to end September on Wednesday morning.It is expecting a 58% increase in sales for H1 to £353m and an interim EBITDA of £25m (£18m).CEO Alan Simpson stated that:"The strong first half performance is testament tothe Group's diversity, strength and ability to meet changing demands, manage pressures and seize opportunities. We have an experienced management team, a diverse business model and a strong balance sheet; however, we remain vigilant of market pressures."Analyst Andrew Gibb at Cenkos Securities rates the group's shares as a Buy.He reckons that a lot of bad news has already been discounted in the group's share price. He notes that the underlying growth and the benefit of recent acquisitions as it proceeds in its H2.Gibb believes that the group, whose shares have fallen some 30% on the year to date, should reflect its strong position within its sector and the fact that all four divisions within the group are growing with good order books.He is looking for the current year to end March 2023 to lift revenues to £612.6m (£520.2m) while adjusted pre-tax profits could improve to £39.5m (£34.7m), raising earnings to 10.6p (10.1p) and covering a 3.2p (3.0p) dividend per share.Gibb clearly states that current levels represent an excellent buying opportunity.The shares closed last night at 74p on just 7 times current year earnings, which is far too low for such growth.
Posted at 06/9/2022 06:57 by cwa1
AGM Statement:-

https://www.investegate.co.uk/brickability-group--brck-/rns/agm-statement/202209060700113442Y/

"When we issued our preliminary results for the 2022 financial year on 21 July 2022, it was noted that trading for the first quarter of the 2023 financial year had been very encouraging and that the Group was, at the time, tracking slightly ahead of the markets expectations. I am pleased to report that trading has since continued strongly through the summer months and that the Group is in line to meet these updated market expectations for the full year ending 31 March 2023 ('FY23')*

Posted at 05/9/2022 07:29 by masurenguy
Interesting - no current position but onto my watchlist. I note that the original IPO was @65p on 29 August 2019. That established a market cap of £149.8m at that time.

Brickability (Aim: BRCK), is the UK’s leading brick factory and building-materials distributor. The group manages more than 20% of the UK’s brick supply chain, giving it true benefits of scale. The business recently reported annual sales growth of 187%, with adjusted earnings per share increasing by over 80%. As UK shares go, this rate of growth is extraordinary. Given the strong start to the new financial year and ongoing strong demand, we expect Brickability to continue to excel. Despite this strong operational progress, the group’s shares have fallen by over 16% year-to-date, and now trade on a price-to earnings (p/e) ratio of only eight for the year to March 2023. The stock also yields 3.8%.

https://moneyweek.com/investments/stockmarkets/uk-stockmarkets/605291/the-best-uk-shares-to-buy-now?

Posted at 19/8/2022 06:15 by cwa1
19 August 2022

Brickability Group PLC

("Brickability" or "the Group")

Director/PDMR Shareholding

Brickability Group PLC (AIM: BRCK) announces that it was notified on 18 August 2022 that Susan McErlain, a Non-Executive Director of the Group, purchased 24,374 ordinary shares of 1 pence each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") on 18 August 2022 at a price of 82 pence per Ordinary Share.

Following this purchase, Susan McErlain is beneficially interested in 24,374 Ordinary Shares in the Group.

Posted at 03/8/2022 06:49 by 2vdm
Good results for TW. this morning which shows that this sector hasn't been hit as hard as expected yet. Bodes well for BRCK.
Posted at 28/7/2022 13:44 by alter ego
Sphere25, your rationale is good. BRCK management seem to me to be in control and shrewd but this market is unforgiving and lacks buyers. Many are sitting on their hands waiting to see what happens. I don't see the bottom being close, there are too many issues yet to be dealt with in the wider economy but supplying materials to builders and contractors is not a bad place to be if cost increases can be passed on or mitigated.

I hold, in my ISA, am in profit but think BRCK are worth more. Happy to wait meanwhile.

Posted at 28/7/2022 11:50 by sphere25
The interesting thing is that, despite all the issues that have dogged the market (and indeed many still loom large like a dark cloud), both IBST and FORT have recovered their yearly losses.

Clearly that doesn't mean we should all start jumping for joy and doing star jumps, but it does make you wonder whether the market is sending some form of signal about this sector and whether the likes of BRCK might follow suit.

If you're trading ahead in this environment, are on a low multiple, don't have the type of indebted balance sheet that causes so many negative issues, pay a dividend, have some director buying, look to be reasonably bullish on the future and see sector price recoveries....I guess that's about as bullish as you can be right now and watch for a possible breakout.

The market must be watching 80p as the mark to watch for a breakout. The 50 day moving average is sat just above that mark at 81p. Barring a little blip earlier in the year, the price hasn't taken control of that mark to send a more bullish signal. Clearly not everyone follows technicals but they are a peculiar phenomenon in driving market participants behaviour too.

Observations from recent trades in the market:

- There is a decent sized buyer (Octopus perhaps?) accumulating in the market
- Notable blocks of 168k and 124k picked up @ 78p and then a couple of 100k blocks along with other trades picked up at 79p yesterday along with some small chunks picked up today over 79p.
- No whoppers yet but interested to see further prints and how the battle between bulls and bears unfolds


All in all, maybe one to keep an eye on. It has clearly been treacherous out there with all these negative events converging to form a formidable storm. The shorters must have enjoyed this period just much as the longs did on the spectacular bull party post vaccine.

But if you're trying to grow your ISA (raises hand)...err yeah....probably about as tough as it has been for a long time. Hard to go on the attack because you're up against a heavyweight boxer who keeps clobbering you in the face or trying to stand in front of a rampaging steam liner.

Suffice to say, I sit those out rather than getting clobbered. Interestingly, there are a few bullish signs out there. Some companies are warning and the reactions are alot less pronounced or they are getting bought up (a few - just a few for now), but more of that type of price action will surely signal being close to a bottom.

No idea if the bottom is in on the wider market though.

Horrible times - yuk!

All imo
DYOR

Posted at 28/7/2022 06:53 by riskonricky
And forterra today... Brck still looks better to me but wtfdik
Posted at 25/7/2022 06:48 by cwa1
Hefty director share purchase...

https://www.investegate.co.uk/brickability-group--brck-/rns/director-pdmr-shareholding/202207250700075230T/

Posted at 05/4/2022 14:00 by sphere25
Interesting battle going on here at 93p with major bulls and bears taking each other on. We are currently seeing exchanges approach 9 million, which is notable for BRCK. Normally I jump on board with a stop for a quick go if I see the price moving on sellers clearing, but this one looks tricky and sometimes big volume can be a precursor to a big fall too.

It looks like it is Octopus accumulating (note recent RNS with them building a substantial stake) versus the rest of the market who are selling out. Clearly it is impossible to know how many are selling and buying, but the main player appears to be Octopus.

I think these trades are both sides of the exchanges so it might be another buyer too e.g.

2m print at 14:28 accompanied by 2 x 1m
1m print earlier at 10:53 accompanied by 2x500k
1.42m print earlier at 10:13 accompanied by blocks of 500k, 300k and 620k

Clearly the bulls think we have a growth scare and the market comes back with the likes of BRCK rallying back higher. The bears could be alot more concerned with a recession to follow and therefore a bigger fall in the price. The house builders aren't sending a great signal of course with the share price moves. Retail is suggesting consumer weakness too.

Overall though, there are so many factors at play out there which are going to feed into how high rates go and how the economy pans out. The range of outcomes makes it difficult to determine how it all plays out. Plenty to think about for folk.

Markets have bounced back well so they aren't suggesting anything substantial is going to happen with Russian energy to cause a monstrous spike in commodities that likely leads to a recession, but is that the right view?

BRCK were trading ahead and scheduled an update for the second half of this month.

Watching to see if the bulls or bears win this battle. If it looks like the sellers get exhausted with the bulls taking control for a move higher, can enter with a stop under 90p. Conversely, if the price looks weak with the sellers exhausting the buyers to cause another move down, I will leave it alone.

Who knows, we might be here for a short while as this battle plays out too!

There is no magic method here. The chart is precarious balanced testing the top of a short term downtrend.

Not all trades work but using a stop works!

All imo
DYOR

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