Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Brickability Group Plc LSE:BRCK London Ordinary Share GB00BK63S759 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.50 -1.42% 104.00 494,322 13:28:24
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
103.00 105.00 105.50 104.00 105.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 181.08 11.17 4.19 24.8 310
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:22:33 O 1,000 104.20 GBX

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Brickability Daily Update: Brickability Group Plc is listed in the Construction & Materials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BRCK. The last closing price for Brickability was 105.50p.
Brickability Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 100.25p and a 12 week average price of 98.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 111.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 52.50p.
There are currently 298,254,548 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 707,964 shares. The market capitalisation of Brickability Group Plc is £310,184,729.92.
webbski1949: Needs a bit of a push and comment from the share mags. Anybody know when it goes xd?
davebowler: Cenkos- BRICKABILITY (BRCK; 102p; BUY): Like Taylor Maxwell before it, management’s patience and persistence has landed another prized target, this one HBS NE Limited trading as HBS New Energies and UPOWA, giving Brickability a platform into the fast-growing renewables energy products market. It is Brickability’s 13th acquisition in the past 3 years, will cost a maximum £5.5m and falls within the group’s target 4x-6x EV/EBITA purchase range thus enhancing earnings whilst broadening the product offering to its core housebuilder customer base and, of course, helping with the group’s own sustainability agenda. We remain Buyers against a pre-HBS model ‘fair value’ of 128p. HBS is a market-leading renewable energy expert specialising in design, supply, installation and maintenance of solar PV, battery storage/invertors and electric vehicle charging technology with customers across housebuilding, commercial and industrial and the public sector geared to simplifying sustainable construction of zero-carbon homes and buildings. It sells through the product brand UPOWA as a single source for products and services that are compliant with Part L, Part S and the Future Homes Standard. Since its formation in 2008, UPOWA has been specified on over 15,000 individual properties nationwide and currently works with 16 of the Top 25 UK developers including Barratts, Taylor Wimpey and Vistry. Brickability’s extensive and deep relationships with housebuilders primarily through its brick factoring will undoubtedly open doors for revenue synergies as has been the case with roofing and towel radiators for example.
tole: https://masterinvestor.co.uk/equities/brickability-group-looking-for-a-further-15-price-uplift/
tole: Brickability Group (LON:BRCK) – building up superbly, very well placed"The UK housebuilding sector remains in good health following a strong post pandemic recovery, driven by changing demographics, significant pent-up demand and assisted by government incentives. Brickability was initially well positioned to benefit from these structural tailwinds and remains in a position to continue profiting from these prevailing themes."Well, that comment from Brickability certainly sounded strong enough to me, to back the 'buy' advice of analyst Kevin Cammack at Cenkos Securities.For the year to end March 2022 he has a current estimate of sales of £391.3m (£181.1m), with pre-tax profits jumping from £15m to £25.5m, worth 7.3p in earnings per share, compared to 5.6p previously.This 'buy to build' group is now the UK's leading brick factor, distributing both domestic and imported product.It also distributes roofing products, towel rails, and radiators, as well as wholesaling and merchanting timber.The company's latest Trading Update, issued on Wednesday, went on to statethat"The number of homes being built domestically continues to rise with Q1 2021 recording the UK's highest number of homes built in a single quarter for over 20 years. This trend is reflected globally, contributing to globally inflated building materials prices in almost all sectors. Our order book remains extremely strong and as one of the UK's leading building materials distributors, Brickability is well placed to supply UK's housebuilders as demand is expected to continue to strengthen."The post pandemic recovery is well underway now, especially in the construction sector. It offers this group so much upside, furthermore despite higher material prices its products are still in strong demand.It has other acquisitions being lined up, so the group is expected to grow even larger.The shares, at the current 105p, have been a magnificent mover in the last eighteen and could easily double again in due course.
tole: https://www.fool.co.uk/investing/2021/10/13/2-of-the-best-value-penny-stocks-to-buy-right-now/2 of the best-value penny stocks to buy right now!#2: Building materialsThe Brickability Group (LSE: BRCK) share price recently fell below the £1 penny stock limit. Indeed, it's down around 5% over the past month as concerns over rocketing inflation have fed concerns that the Bank of England could raise rates.Increasing interest rates would certainly have an adverse impact on broader homes affordability, something that could filter through to affect construction rates. While the risks have risen I still believe that the brick manufacturer's profits outlook remains extremely attractive.Interest rates should remain ultra low compared to historical standards, after all. So I expect new homes demand to remain pretty robust. And support from government from first-time buyers remains in play of course.Don't forget that the government plans to create 300,000 new residential properties a year by the middle of the decade. And it's taking steps to reduce red tape to make this a reality. So I expect Brickability to deliver excellent shareholder profits in the coming years.
riskonricky: Not too shabby - fantastic management. Well done.https://www.londonstockexchange.com/news-article/BRCK/trading-updateqqq/15171170
cordwainer: The Guardian reporting at 13:13 today.. UK construction hit by labour shortages and supply chain crisis UK building firms were hit by widespread supply shortages last month, which drove up cost inflation and hit growth. The latest survey of the construction sector found that shortages of materials and staff hold back the construction recovery in September. Growth hit an eight-month low, as builders reported softer demand, unavailable transport, a severe lack of materials and continued staff shortages. It was also harder to find sub-contractors, who hiked their prices at the fastest rate on record. Some firms said the unpredictable pricing environment had slowed clients’ decision-making on new orders and led to delays with contract awards. This dragged the IHS Markit/CIPS UK Construction PMI down to 52.6 in September, from 55.2 in August. That only shows a moderate expansion, and the weakest in eight months. IHS Markit PMI™ (@IHSMarkitPMI) 🇬🇧 UK construction output rose at a far weaker pace in September as the #PMI fell to 52.6 (Aug: 55.2). Labour, material and transport shortages held back the sector's recovery and led to a rapid increase in costs. Read more: [...] pic.twitter.com/X4Xyfvcmp2 October 6, 2021 Purchase prices increased rapidly in September, although the rate of inflation eased further from June’s all-time peak. Around 78% of the survey panel reported a rise in their cost burdens, which was mostly linked to supply shortages and transport surcharges. Staffing levels rose, but at the weakest rate since April, which partly reflected long wait times to fill vacancies. UK construction PMI UK construction PMI Photograph: IHS Markit Tim Moore, Director at IHS Markit, says labour shortages and the supply chain crisis led to a severe loss of momentum: “The volatile price and supply environment has started to hinder new business intakes as construction companies revised cost projections and some clients delayed decisions on contract awards. As a result, the latest survey data pointed to the worst month for order books since January’s lockdown. Shortages of building materials and a lack of transport capacity led to another rapid increase in purchase prices during September. There was also a considerable decline in the availability of sub-contractors, with survey respondents citing shortages of bricklayers, drivers, groundworkers, joiners, plumbers and many other skilled trades. Measured overall, prices charged by sub-contractors increased at the fastest rate since the survey began in April 1997.
bertiebingo: Depends on buying and selling contracts regarding volume & price commitments but like all companies steady inflation is good for them over time. Higher inflation may not be an issue if the contracts are short dated.
tole: https://citywire.co.uk/funds-insider/news/the-bargain-stocks-value-managers-have-been-buying/a1537988?Backing the property boomThe housebuilding sector has been a big winner of the pandemic as working from home and the government's stamp-duty freeze sparked an unprecedented residential property boom.David Clark, manager of the £14.1m Saracen UK Alpha fund, bought into the recent capital raise by building merchants Brickability (BRCK) to finance the acquisition of timber supplier Taylor Maxwell.He described the move as a 'transformational deal and in a sector that favours a favourable political backdrop and robust supply and demand dynamics'.
alter ego: Sizeable (earnings accretive) acquisition announced and placings to raise funds. Interesting to see how share price reacts given placing discounted at 95p hTTps://www.londonstockexchange.com/news-article/BRCK/proposed-acquisition-primary-secondary-placing/15000298
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