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FERG Ferguson Plc

175.00 (1.31%)
01 Dec 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Ferguson Plc FERG London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
175.00 1.31% 13,555.00 16:35:12
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
13,485.00 13,485.00 13,645.00 13,555.00 13,380.00
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Ferguson FERG Dividends History

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Posted at 01/12/2022 12:47 by scobak
Seen a comment that S&P likely to admit ferg this month. Can anyone add to this please?
Posted at 01/4/2022 16:10 by grahamg8
EezyMunny do you know which brokers will trade TI1? Hargreaves aren't interested. Slump in FERG/TR1 says buying opportunity to me.
Posted at 15/3/2022 12:13 by km18
Ferguson comprises departments distributing plumbing and heating products to professional contractors. The Company's segments include USA and Canada. It serves the repair, maintenance and improvement (RMI) markets, and construction market. The Company's USA business units include Residential Showrooms, eBusiness, Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC), Fire and Fabrication, Waterworks and Industrial. The Canada segment operates as a wholesale distributor of plumbing, heating, ventilation and air conditioning, refrigeration, waterworks, fire protection, pipes, valves and fittings and industrial products. These plausible initiatives enabled the firm to have a diversified funding structure, leading to multiple sources of income and thereby forcing up revenue by 29%, Given the revenue hike, operating profit simultaneously rallied to £1,294m in 2021 from £769m in 2020. Subsequently, the group achieved a robust balance sheet and has capacity for further investment, since the firm is able to fund its operations, investing and financing activities effectively while attracting a wide variety of stakeholders. Consequently, it implies that Ferguson PLC is planning to optimise capital received from shareholders and retain profits to invest and achieve organic growth. This evidence is supported by the EV/EBITDA of 13.09, indicating that the firm has an attractive intrinsic value while offering a robust dividend yield of 2%.
Posted at 05/7/2021 10:55 by arja
imastu ,
no SD ? interesting and reason I mainly trade CFDs nowadays although I still have share account with HL . FERG is not a bad one to hold or trade with no SD which is rare . Good luck with FERG if you are still holding.
TI1 has a lovely chart too Eezymunny but not in FTSE 250 and hence much higher commission with
IG for CFDs !
Posted at 19/5/2021 08:33 by eezymunny
Good update today but the real value in Trian (TI1) one would think. Sat at a big discount to it's FERG holding and now embarked on a big buyback.
Posted at 16/3/2021 08:03 by capitalist
Ferguson PLC said Tuesday that pretax profit rose 18% in the first half of fiscal 2021, and it declared a special dividend after unloading its remaining U.K. business.

The London-listed, U.S.-focused plumbing-and-heating group made a pretax profit for the six months ended Jan. 31 of $739 million, compared with $628 million a year earlier.

Revenue rose to $10.31 billion from $9.89 billion, and trading profit--one of the company's preferred metrics, which strips out exceptional items and amortization of acquired intangible assets--increased to $875 million from $781 million.

The board declared an interim dividend of 72.9 cents a share, having suspended last year's interim payment until the final dividend. Following the 308 million pound ($428.2 million) sale in early 2021 of its U.K. Wolseley business, the board also declared a special dividend of 180 cents a share.

The company said it has performed well since the beginning of the third quarter, and while the second half outlook is uncertain it expects to generate above-market revenue growth. This is expected to be partially offset by increasing supply chain pressures, transportation costs and reversal of temporary cost-cutting actions, though overall the company is well-positioned, Chief Executive Kevin Murphy said.
Posted at 25/3/2019 13:48 by jrphoenixw2
I just found this board today (I follows others on ADVFN), and am surprised to see such low activity for a FTSE-100 share; perhaps it's not enough of a 'household name'... or are there other FERG topics in parallel with this one?

Either way, I haven't held this share before, though have long known it's name/business. I was doing a DivYield% based sift of the FTSE-100 and it came up as meriting a closer look. The financials, in general, look pretty good, so I might consider adding this to my portfolio.

Does anyone else who holds this, or has recently run the fins/ratings/results etc have a current feel for whether it merits buying? Thx
Posted at 24/10/2018 11:36 by thebullhunter
This is looking like good value. Is there likely to be any downturn in US plumbing supplies sales in the near future? I'm thinking the recent drop is more about a correction in overall market and to an extent ferg itself. Thinking about buying....
Posted at 19/6/2018 09:56 by broadwood
Happy with these results.

- Ferguson said Tuesday trading profit rose 17.1% in the fiscal third quarter of the year, from the same period a year ago as revenue jumped 10.2%.

For the 3 months to 30 April, trading profit rose 17.1% to $356m, revenue was 10.2% ahead of last year at $5.1bn, while net debt was slashed to $260m from $1.47bn following the sale of Stark Group for about $1.2bn.

Revenue growth was largely driven by strong US performance more than offsetting weakness in the UK.

US revenue rose 11.5% to $4.11bn at constant exchange rates, while UK revenue fell 10.9% to $629m.

The company blamed the weakness in the UK on the closure of branches and the exit of the wholesale business towards the end of the first half.

Following shareholder approval on 23 May, the company confirmed that it plans to move ahead with a special dividend of $4 per share, equivalent to about $1bn -- slated for 29 June.

'The US continued to grow strongly with organic revenue growth of 10.6% in the quarter. Growth was broadly based across all US regions, supported by good market conditions,' said John Martin, Group Chief Executive.

'The fourth quarter has started well with organic revenue growth in line with the third quarter.'
Posted at 29/5/2018 08:13 by scobak
How do you know the $4 special divi is October?
According to the Ferguson web pages under divis it shows record date as 08/06/18
Divi paid on 29/06/18 with conversion of dollar to sterling on i believe 19/06/18.

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