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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Galliford Try Holdings Plc GFRD London Ordinary Share GB00BKY40Q38 ORD 50P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
1.50 1.2% 126.50 16:35:06
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
128.30 124.00 128.80 126.50 125.00
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Industry Sector
CONSTRUCTION & MATERIALS

Galliford Try GFRD Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
04/03/2021InterimGBX1.201/07/202031/12/202011/03/202112/03/202109/04/20210
11/09/2019FinalGBX3530/06/201830/06/201907/11/201908/11/201904/12/201958
13/02/2019InterimGBX2330/06/201830/06/201914/03/201915/03/201910/04/20190
12/09/2018FinalGBX4930/06/201730/06/201808/11/201809/11/201805/12/201877
14/02/2018InterimGBX2830/06/201730/06/201815/03/201816/03/201806/04/20180
13/09/2017FinalGBX6430/06/201630/06/201726/10/201727/10/201722/11/201796
21/02/2017InterimGBX3230/06/201630/06/201723/03/201724/03/201706/04/20170
14/09/2016FinalGBX5630/06/201530/06/201627/10/201628/10/201623/11/201682
25/02/2016InterimGBX2630/06/201530/06/201624/03/201629/03/201607/04/20160
16/09/2015FinalGBX4630/06/201430/06/201522/10/201523/10/201525/11/201568
18/02/2015InterimGBX2230/06/201430/06/201519/03/201520/03/201508/04/20150
16/09/2014FinalGBX3830/06/201330/06/201415/10/201417/10/201428/11/201453
19/02/2014InterimGBX1530/06/201330/06/201419/03/201421/03/201409/04/20140
17/09/2013FinalGBX2530/06/201230/06/201316/10/201318/10/201329/11/201337
20/02/2013InterimGBX1230/06/201230/06/201320/03/201322/03/201310/04/20130
18/09/2012FinalGBX2130/06/201130/06/201203/10/201205/10/201216/11/201230
22/02/2012InterimGBX930/06/201130/06/201221/03/201223/03/201211/04/20120
14/09/2011FinalGBX11.530/06/201030/06/201105/10/201107/10/201118/11/201116
23/02/2011InterimGBX4.530/06/201030/06/201116/03/201118/03/201112/04/20110
15/09/2010FinalGBX9.230/06/200930/06/201006/10/201008/10/201012/11/201012.5
24/02/2010InterimGBX3.330/06/200930/06/201003/03/201005/03/201031/03/20100
10/09/2009FinalGBX1.0530/06/200830/06/200904/11/200906/11/200913/11/20091.5
19/02/2009InterimGBX0.4501/07/200831/12/200811/03/200913/03/200914/04/20090
11/09/2008FinalGBX2.130/06/200730/06/200815/10/200817/10/200814/11/20083
06/09/2007FinalGBX2.230/06/200630/06/200717/10/200719/10/200716/11/20073
08/02/2007InterimGBX0.801/07/200631/12/200628/02/200702/03/200712/04/20070
07/09/2006FinalGBX1.830/06/200530/06/200604/10/200606/10/200603/11/20062.5
23/02/2006InterimGBX0.701/07/200531/12/200515/03/200617/03/200613/04/20060
08/09/2005FinalGBX1.530/06/200430/06/200505/10/200507/10/200504/11/20052.1
24/02/2005InterimGBX0.601/07/200431/12/200416/03/200518/03/200512/04/20050
09/09/2004FinalGBX1.1530/06/200330/06/200406/10/200410/10/200404/11/20041.7
26/02/2004InterimGBX0.5501/07/200331/12/200324/03/200426/03/200402/04/20040
11/09/2003FinalGBX130/06/200230/06/200308/10/200310/10/200307/11/20031.5
25/02/2003InterimGBX0.501/07/200231/12/200219/03/200321/03/200310/04/20030
09/09/2002FinalGBX130/06/200130/06/200209/10/200211/10/200206/11/20021.5
25/02/2002InterimGBX0.501/07/200131/12/200113/03/200215/03/200211/04/20020
10/09/2001FinalGBX0.930/06/200030/06/200103/10/200105/10/200106/11/20011.4
26/02/2001InterimGBX0.501/07/200031/12/200021/03/200123/03/200112/04/20010
22/08/2000FinalGBX0.830/06/199930/06/200029/08/200004/09/200001/11/20001.3
29/02/2000InterimGBX0.501/07/199931/12/199906/03/200010/03/200004/04/20000
06/09/1999FinalGBX0.730/06/199830/06/199913/09/199917/09/199901/11/19991.2
08/10/1998FinalGBX0.630/06/199730/06/199819/10/199823/10/199830/11/19981.1

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DateSubject
04/3/2021
11:19
shandypants2: ADVFN market cap is wrong - there are c111m share in issue so current market cap is 'only' c£150m. Updated guidance appears to expect rev in lower range so c£1.2bn and profit margin nearer 1.5% so c£18m for YE. Aspiration to get profit margin closer to 2.5%. If in 2022 rev is £1.5bn that would equate to £37.5m PBT c £30m PAT. Using a conservative forward PE of 10 that values GFRD at c£300m or 270p per share. Clearly this is a best chase estimate but shows there is a decent upside from the current level. Even a £200m valuation is c180p per share, almost 30% above the current level
04/3/2021
07:31
jimbomorry: Very positive results. Profitable and a divi too. Strong order book.
03/3/2021
11:32
shandypants2: results tomorrow, the 4th. Expecting an interim profit and dividend restart, as this has already been stated. Forward looking statement will also be positive. Finally, it is possible that a special divi could also be announced IMHO. Lots of cash on books, less is required now we are no longer a house builder
27/2/2021
23:11
oapknob1: Getting close to results RNS. Order book going forward plus end of month cash. Add in the possibility of dividend payment resumption and there's a fair positive outlook.
17/2/2021
15:03
shandypants2: slowly ticking back up. With the cash position larger than the market cap this is massively undervalued. YE figures on 4th March i think - a confirmed profit and the dividend re-started should see this back above 150p
20/1/2021
08:27
oapknob1: Confirmation for div still needed. Still saying "the board expects". Sooner they confirm the better.The Group expects to announce its results for the half year on 4 March 2021.As previously announced, the Board expects to report a return to profitability and a resumption of dividend with its half year results to 31 December 2020
13/11/2020
15:15
garycook: Builder Galliford Try has a cash pile worth more than its shares Shares in construction company Galliford Try (LSE: GFRD) have plummeted in 2020. That was largely due to a demerger at the start of the year. Even after that, though, the share price continued to fall significantly. It reported a big cash pile of £197m at the end of June. The company’s total market capitalisation is little more than half of that, at £112m. That means that if the company was dissolved, it could pay out a lot more than today’s price for each share – in cash! The company is set to put that money to good use instead. It is currently focused on infrastructure projects and residential building schemes. With the government keen to spend recovery funds on infrastructure projects and an ongoing boom in housing demand, Galliford Try looks like the sort of prime recovery play I’d choose among cheap UK shares. A positive indicator is its recent announcement that it expects to resume dividends early next year. Shares have already started to climb – but I think they have further gains to make as the business returns to normal.
18/9/2020
01:11
mark1000: A construction article put out by Mace yesterday says its consultants expect tender prices to fall by 2.5% in 2021 ( as a result of a reduction in new construction contracts ) well with GFRD ambitions being a 1.5% margin that leaves us screwed. The outcome being either no bid or win the bid and loose 1% go figure it. Kier came out with a huge loss yesterday but at least they are targeting cost reductions of a 100M a year. Cost cutting appears not to be so important to GFRD who are very happy sitting on their shareholders mountain of cash safe in the knowledge that their wages will be paid at least for three more years. The current Directors are out of their depth and a merger with someone like MGNS with a proven senior Management team makes sense before all that cash dissapears and no one will want anything to do with GFRD.
13/11/2019
10:24
rat attack: It seems strange that no one has picked this up!! The recently paid dividend of 35p for GFRD was for the FY ending 30 June 2019 and the 41p dividend due to BVS is for FY ending 31 December 2019 - So where is the GFRD dividend for the 6 month period 1 July 2019 to 31 December 2019?? Doesn't seem equitable or ethical to me given that the next div for the combined business will not be payable until Nov 2020!! It is a complete guess whether rump will be able to pay a dividend. This deal seems pretty poor to me for GFRD shareholders and glad I sold out just before they went xd.
08/11/2019
15:29
ken298: Copied from other blog - clearest explanation to date - I am afraid your estimate is incorrect. Let's say you have £100,000 worth of Galliford Try shares today. At the current shate price this equates to 13,812 shares yielding £8000 pa. With this deal you will be hard done by. You will get .574 Bovis shares for one GFRD share. Therefore you get 13,812x .574 = 7928 Bovis shares. Currently the Bovis share price is 1130. 90p will have to be deducted due to special dividend payable to existing Bovis shareholders making the value of a Bovis share 1040 after this dividend is deducted. The value of your Bovis shares will therefore be 1040x7928=£82,451. Your dividend yield will now be only be about 5.8% of £82,451=£4782. Regarding the £300k. This will be used to reduce debt and from what I read there could be a £150/100 million surplus. If this surplus was given back to shareholders expect 135p /90p respectively. If the rump remains in profit I read a 10p dividend could apply. Your 13,812 GFRD shares would then yield £1,381pa. The value of your GFRD shares will be £18,646/£12,430 respectively. So at best you have a portfolio of 2 companies with a value of £101,097 yielding £6163pa. If you rely on dividends this is very bad news especially because the GFRD yield could all but go with one nasty exceptional cost. Your Bovis shareprice could increase, along with the dividend due to the synergy of Linden Homes and Bovis Homes. I was a long-term shareholder enjoying a very good income but have totally bailed out at a loss. I cannot understand why there isn't more written about what a poor deal this is for shareholders and what an excellent deal it is for management. Prothero will leave behind what could be a sinking ship and will then follow the money all the way to Bovis. The way things are reported so far it gives the impression that this is a done deal. I am not so sure. The shareprice should be higher. Shareholders have been left in the dark re future strategy and projected value in the rump. Simply extraordinary! The forthcoming AGM will shed more light into this matter. If this deal falls through I will reinvest.
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