Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Crh Plc LSE:CRH London Ordinary Share IE0001827041 ORD EUR 0.32
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  21.00 0.73% 2,884.00 2,884.00 2,885.00 2,908.00 2,878.00 2,902.00 240,668 10:20:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 24,089.6 1,674.3 271.9 11.1 23,184

Crh Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/8/2008
20:59
Added again today.
djderry
25/8/2008
21:10
That's an estimate dj - I'll wait till actual results in the AM. Hopefully they'll slightly disappoint. ;o)
liarspoker
25/8/2008
19:08
And here are the results:600 million PBT.
djderry
12/8/2008
18:27
As a shareholder in Grafton also,I might be compromised!
djderry
11/8/2008
21:20
djderry - please feel free to forward your list to email@graftonplc.com
sleepy
08/8/2008
08:02
Things are tight in the building merchant/DIY market place. Gone are the days of 30 or 60 days supplier payments. Now suppliers get paid once the supplied product is sold even if that means receiving half of the money owed after say 120 days. CRH have put a brake on capex/aquisitions atm, not a total brake mind you but there certainly will be less activity. As you say though if they price is right and the glove fits........
liarspoker
05/8/2008
21:15
In the midst of the downturn I would expect the acquisitions team to be going into overdrive.They came near doing a couple of big deals (ie the Cemex assets/Tarmac) but walked away on price.I remember the CEO once upon a time saying that the best deals he had done in a particular year were those that he didn't do! (The uninitiated may need to read that twice!).Well,asset prices have fallen quite a bit.Whilst not a member of the acquisitions team,I have a list of a raft of buildings materials companies/DIY groups selling at below NAV.Of course,CRH like to do friendly deals,keeping management in place.For a small fee,I might be prepared to give advice!
djderry
02/7/2008
18:07
wow,that's a four year low.
djderry
02/7/2008
09:58
Just got a few more. :O)
liarspoker
30/6/2008
16:10
no not EH! some one else
avonmore
26/6/2008
19:03
Hybrasil (94) from what I know of of you " a simple man" does not fit! Lairspoker (98) your comments deduction (discounting) NAV are prudent - There have been attempts in various articles etc over past 9 months to put limits on this down turn. The "institutionalised loan sharking" (to coin a recent commentators phrase) in the hope that banks globally could generate revenue from fees irrespective of credit risk appears to have created a vast GLOBAL body of naive asset holders who have no way out and have become the "Paddy Last" in this irresponsible global pass the parcel game. T The Detox period will not be a quick fix IMO. I think we are only in the Denial Phase. Wait till people start to get angry - Only when consumers / businesses / investors enter the acceptance phase will it be safe to re-evaluate NAV's and then look at the business models and revenue streams going forward. Don't forget also that the ENERGY / OIL / ASIA factors will also slow the emergence of revised and robust businesses . This is a perfect storm with lots of determinants which needed to happen and which we will all survive and emerge from with different values and expectations and maybe a bit of wisdom in how investors / bankers / businesses deal going forward. Maybe I am the naive one. But my aspiration is to hold onto liquidity and try to be sure the storm is abating and be a "paddy first" in getting my hands on a good company like CHR at a bargain price with as much NAV and DIVI upside as posssible. PS don't tell LBO of this thread or we will be subject to death by a 1000 cuts and pastes!!!!
avonmore
26/6/2008
08:48
Yes, I have researched Grafton but I prefer CRH to Grafton. CRH has the same exposure regarding DIY etc but has the benefit of more government contract work. I am keeping a close eye on Grafton though. Regarding NAV - I am now making large deductions in NAV for most companies as working capital & assets decrease and liabilities increase.
liarspoker
22/6/2008
18:39
Speaking of DIYs,I'm also a holder of Grafton and also added.They're selling for their NAV!
djderry
22/6/2008
07:58
I added a few more in the 1800's. Don't know how low it will go hybrasil but it's a great cash generator so am happy to keep adding the lower it falls. Obviously the residential sector and the DIY stores will be adversely affected but only in the short/medium term imo. T/S on July 2 so we'll find out how trading is going then I suppose.
liarspoker
19/6/2008
21:32
Don't be hard on yourself,you'll learn as you go along.Added more today.
djderry
18/6/2008
22:02
I am a simple man
hybrasil
18/6/2008
18:03
It's a simple mistake to make:mixing up the company's performance with the share price performance.
djderry
17/6/2008
08:01
how low will it go liars.
hybrasil
05/6/2008
19:27
Welcome aboard,Liarspoker!
djderry
04/6/2008
21:42
I was in the market for my first batch of these today. Will add more the lower it drops. :O)
liarspoker
08/5/2008
15:32
ADVFN are showing the 'yield' at 218.03% today !!!!! These silly numbers do appear on the 'financial' screen sometimes, is it just finger trouble ???
losos
01/5/2008
15:57
irvbox, You might get more discussion here if CRH was in the header. Anyway IMo good time to buy providing you can holf for med / long term.
krutt
15/3/2008
07:24
invitation has been issued.....be interesting to see if they keep buying their own shares after this month, as the issue price has been set, and now no longer needs 'propping up'!
bedlamsbottom
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