Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Crest Nicholson Holdings 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
  +5.00p +1.03% 491.00p 488.80p 490.60p 492.00p 484.00p 486.00p 700,705 16:35:09
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Real Estate 1,043.2 207.0 66.1 7.4 1,255.63

Crest Nicholson Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
23/2/2018
11:29
Great stuff crest nice news for a Friday
linton5
22/2/2018
19:49
Picked up a few more during this morning's dip, the next dividend is too good to ignore imo.
gbh2
20/2/2018
07:10
If wages are going up that will temper housing stock prices against a modest increase in IR's. However, wouldn't like to be in London.
johnrxx99
15/2/2018
19:25
AdamB. I think housebuilders are being priced on the risk that interest rates will rise quicker than first thought and this will negatively impact the demand side of the equation and cause prices to stagnate or even fall. Furthermore, general inflationary pressures that we are seeing together with low/no growth or prices falling will impact margins. Personally, i am taking the position that supply side constraints still hold the balance of power and robust dividend coverage will cushion any drop off in prices and margin. You pays your money but CRST has a pretty decent outlook for 18 and i think this is a buying opportunity, but not without risk.
sporazene2
15/2/2018
19:20
Yes but why does Crest continue to be hit harder than others continuously on the way down and under performs when builders go up
dov
15/2/2018
18:45
As I think I said a couple pages ago, you dont find many non-distressed shares where the PE and yield are the same number (7x and 7%). Even if you thought that we went into recession tomorrow and earnings halved, its still valued ok. Personally I think the housebuilders generally are being priced on the basis of the 2008ish global financial crisis - that was a balance sheet recession though which hit construction badly. There's nothing to suggest that the next one won't just be a 'normal' recession where things overheat and/or monetary policy becomes too restrictive etc and you get a typical consumer-lead recession which blows over in a couple quarters. CRST is being priced for far worse than that happening
adamb1978
14/2/2018
10:35
Looks like he will be able to addthis purchase to his recent run of losses then!!!
dov
14/2/2018
10:10
"After Woodford checks in, others head for the exit Little seems to have gone right for Neil Woodford in recent months as investors, stung by tales of underperformance, have withdrawn more than £1 billion from the famed stockpicker’s funds. Little wonder, then, that shares in Crest Nicholson fell 3½p, or 0.7 per cent, to 487½p yesterday after it emerged that his Woodford Investment Management vehicle had become its top investor, having increased its stake from 5.21 per cent to 10.34 per cent."
tradingcoder
14/2/2018
09:40
Day after day these continue to perform worse than the rest not even any help from the Woodford purchase .
dov
12/2/2018
18:03
Neil Woodford increased holding to 10% I think that seems to be quite an increase from before , once upon a time that would have sent the shares racing
dov
02/2/2018
17:13
Showed good strength in the late afternoon today. I don't know why, as the rest of the sector was in reverse. Was there any news out today? Perhaps it was just institutions buying for the generous final dividend (xd next month)?
ed 123
01/2/2018
10:27
Next stop £5.00 and below all builders under the cosh now unfortunately Crest has not had the appreciation the others have had.
dov
30/1/2018
17:52
Dov - "It really is a mystery why they are so unloved " Maybe that's why Stephen Stone (CEO) got himself an interview on the Ian King (Sky) business program. He came across (to me at least) as a down to earth bloke and seemed to know the business. Can't put much faith in such a fleeting interview but some that King has had on his program have been terrible haha. I don't hold at present, that might change soon 'tho.
losos
27/1/2018
14:08
Cannot see any reason myself ,but consistent underperformance relative to other Builders fridays price action just a perfect example of that It really is a mystery why they are so unloved !!
dov
27/1/2018
13:13
Have held CRST for a while and really dont see any reason for selling now - PE for the current year is just over 7x and yield is just under 7%. There cant be many companies where the PE and yield are around the same digit!!! Company is trading well, forward sales up 8% year on year which suggests further growth this year. Balance sheet obviously fine. I'm a bit sceptical about their ability to hit the £1.4bn turnover target in FY19 given that this year I think will be around £1.2bn - leaves a lot to do in 2019, however they must have some confidence in hitting it given they keep repeating it, and 2 extra outlets is roughly a 4% increase on its own, so perhaps its possible. Happy to keep holding this, though I took some off the table during last year. Wouldn't suprise me at all if someone acquired CRST - must be reasonable central synergies and, if the acquiror debt financed the acquisition, the interest cost of that debt would be lower than the dividend which would be saved so more synergies there.
adamb1978
26/1/2018
15:02
Questor is keen: Http://www.telegraph.co.uk/investing/shares/forget-buy-to-let-two-investments-offer-5pc-plus-returns-no/ I haven't looked much at this, but can't see any obvious reasons why the share price is bogged down.
jonwig
26/1/2018
13:51
I couldn't resist buying more down here. Now back into my top 3 holdings. Still working my way through the results presentation, but no red flags that I have noticed yet.
1gw
26/1/2018
12:09
This is determined to go below £5.00 other builders up today Crest yet again spending another day down
dov
24/1/2018
20:19
Indeed, what's not to like. Topped up with some more this morning. A strong performance to recover to evens against a declining ftse
wilkie_hk
24/1/2018
15:17
Forward sales at mid-January of GBP575.7m (2016: GBP533.5m), 8% ahead of prior year Total dividend of 33.0p up 20% and covered 2x by earnings Targeting to deliver GBP1.4bn sales by 2019
pillion
24/1/2018
13:20
Thought the results this morning were quite good. High yield supported by a reasonable outlook. Sterling also recoverIng so pressure for higher interest rates should be abating.
ygor705
24/1/2018
10:50
Hit a low of about 3% down bounced now look to be on the way down again. Underwhelming response to results more underperformance looks to be in store Continue to live in hope though !!
dov
23/1/2018
09:08
Pillion Look at the 2 year performance of this share compared to others and you will see where all the optimism has gone!!
dov
23/1/2018
08:41
Seems to me it's about time we had some news on the next iprs deal.
1gw
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