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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Crest Nicholson Holdings Plc LSE:CRST London Ordinary Share GB00B8VZXT93 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.40 -1.39% 241.40 242.80 243.80 249.20 238.60 240.00 744,672 16:35:22
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate 1,086.4 102.7 32.1 7.5 620

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20/5/2020
23:07
Very volatile these days and today was down but it seems all the same in the sector.... Market movers: Experian shines on results; housebuilders fall "Housebuilders were under the cosh, with traders pointing to comments from Chancellor Rishi Sunak, who said on Tuesday that the UK is heading for a recession of unprecedented scale. Berkeley Group, Persimmon and Barratt were all lower."
master rsi
19/5/2020
15:26
Another good performance today +13p and best of the sector, after going nowhere yesterday when the market was well up
master rsi
15/5/2020
11:20
Covid 19 decreasing rapidly in London area must be a positive.
heliweli
14/5/2020
17:23
Being 17 points lower at on time as the FTSE was 240 points down Managed to bounce back and finished 2p lower, finishing the best of all the Homebuilders
master rsi
13/5/2020
17:05
The higher price of the UT was to get plenty of sells from the order book, as there was a buyer for a large amount in one go, not able to do during the day, apart from in small amounts. That could clear plenty of sells on the order book for tomorrow morning. 16:35:12 232.400p 277536 UT 16:41:42 234.744p 273,294
master rsi
13/5/2020
16:43
Managed to finish on the UP though there was work to get it to yesterday closing price, peers all down
master rsi
13/5/2020
15:28
2 important positive points on today's news... five-star status and higher cash position though it seems the debt is also higher 1 - We also continue to make good progress in implementing our updated strategy. We were delighted to be awarded five-star status by the HBF customer satisfaction scheme in March this year which was one of our five strategic priorities announced in January 2020. 2 - We continue to take proactive steps to protect our balance sheet and prioritise cash flow. As at half year, 30 April 2020, net debt was £93.6m (HY2019: £68.3m) and the Company had £255.2m cash at bank. The increased cash position, up from available cash of £185.3m announced on 19 March 2020, reflects a strong focus on receipt collections, disciplined build spend as activity was wound down, and where possible deferral of land spend. Net debt is higher than the prior half year as a result of the impact of COVID-19 and the strong contribution from joint ventures and partnerships in the first half comparative of last year.
master rsi
13/5/2020
10:04
Crst and tw. on sky news might give us boost.
heliweli
13/5/2020
09:24
CRST 235p +6p / COVID-19 Update / 13 May 2020 Crest Nicholson Holdings plc is today providing an update on the impact that COVID-19 is having on the business. The health and safety of our workforce and customers is our number one priority. We have developed a detailed set of working practices and protocols so that our construction sites can operate safely and in line with the latest guidance from Government, Public Health Authorities and the Construction Leadership Council. From 18 May 2020 we will start to remobilise activity on our sites in a phased and controlled manner. This will give us time to make the necessary adjustments to site safety and to properly train our employees, suppliers and subcontractors on the new requirements and ways of working. We will actively monitor compliance with these new working practices and ensure we evolve them in line with any developing guidance in the future. Although all of our sites and operations have been shut since early April and reservation levels have been impacted by COVID-19, reflecting associated customer uncertainty and wider transaction constraints, we have continued to take moderate numbers of new sales and have also been able to process legal completions during this time. We also continue to make good progress in implementing our updated strategy. We were delighted to be awarded five-star status by the HBF customer satisfaction scheme in March this year which was one of our five strategic priorities announced in January 2020. We continue to take proactive steps to protect our balance sheet and prioritise cash flow. As at half year, 30 April 2020, net debt was £93.6m (HY2019: £68.3m) and the Company had £255.2m cash at bank. The increased cash position, up from available cash of £185.3m announced on 19 March 2020, reflects a strong focus on receipt collections, disciplined build spend as activity was wound down, and where possible deferral of land spend. Net debt is higher than the prior half year as a result of the impact of COVID-19 and the strong contribution from joint ventures and partnerships in the first half comparative of last year. In consideration of the joint regulatory guidance from the FCA, the FRC and the PRA, regarding reporting timeframes in the current environment, Crest Nicholson will announce its Interim results, originally planned for Tuesday 9 June 2020, on Wednesday 24 June 2020.
master rsi
13/5/2020
09:14
I will have to give myself a "pat on the back" for the timing
master rsi
13/5/2020
08:16
Good RNS, given the circumstances.
heliweli
12/5/2020
17:48
CRST has been underperforming compare with the rest of peers since the large drop
master rsi
12/5/2020
17:23
re - good luck if you're adding Not adding as the one I bought at 176.50p I already sold. Timing is very important, so on a good profit nowadays one must take profits. Lets see how this one goes, but I would not expect to be so good as the one before. 1 month chart with Bollinger Bands The rule is buy when Share price is at Bottom Band or close and sell at TOP Band It helps if the rest of Indicators are also at oversold, not the case yet, but I did not want to wait as it could bounce very fast and maybe I would not be on the screen when that happens.
master rsi
12/5/2020
16:14
Bought earlier at 229 then watched it drop further, just needs a little patience now.
heliweli
12/5/2020
15:27
Second lock down isn't going to be too far off. Chart looks ugly at the moment Fortune favours the brave, good luck if you're adding :)
minsim
23/4/2020
08:30
I posted elsewhere that its interesting that the sector is going back to work, however personally I dont think the sector is remotely attractive at the moment. I believe teh wider market is too focussed on the virus and not enough on the economic impact, and therefore when we get past the peak and economices re-opening, things will be viewed in a different light, which wont be favourable to builders for a year or two. I've held CRST and TW before, and will look to add HB again when the sector is cheaper, but personally I think there is far more downside risk from here than uspide
adamb1978
23/4/2020
08:26
Taylor Wimpey have announced a restart in may, i guess CRST will follow shortly.
flyfisher
18/4/2020
14:16
@masterrsi Cretin, im 38, 1945 is the door code to my hol aptm in Mougin. (Thats in france for an idiot like you) Capital raise coming for these, have loved the drop, just want to say thankyou to Plus500 and IG for letting me sell this and Redrow short haha.
porsche1945
17/4/2020
12:39
Is going places today, and at this rate is looking for a BREAKOUT from the last intraday high
master rsi
16/4/2020
12:07
the best riser of the lot today with 7.3%, but still the underperformed for the last 2 month and the same for the last month
master rsi
15/4/2020
08:31
The Times The government is in talks with housebuilders about extending the Help to Buy scheme as part of a range of measures to get the industry building again after the lockdown is eased. Officials fear that the shutdown of construction work and sales offices during the coronavirus outbreak will have a long-term impact. Savills estimates that builders have downed tools on sites where they could construct about 200,000 new homes, equivalent to almost a year’s supply.
master rsi
10/4/2020
22:01
A 75 years hold poster only has negative thoughts, normal for old people and instead of a "Porsche" (*) has a weel-chair. Post much the same with other builders so a pain in the @rse also with the Brexit comments. note- on the last results they had Net cash £37.2M
master rsi
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