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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Galliford Try LSE:GFRD London Ordinary Share GB00B3Y2J508 ORD 50P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -19.00p -2.62% 706.50p 706.00p 707.50p 724.50p 695.50p 724.00p 583,283 16:35:26
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 2,931.6 143.7 121.1 5.8 783.97

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
18/3/2019
21:05
Most builders took a caning today.
eeza
18/3/2019
09:58
Speaking of The Times https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/homes-are-where-the-cash-is-for-galliford-c636722p2 And from Sharecast. https://www.sharecast.com/news/tips-round-up-premium/sunday-share-tips-galliford-try-zotefoams--3794163.html
bugle4
17/3/2019
11:43
Write up in Sunday Times....overall pretty positive......
jaf111
15/3/2019
22:58
Anticipation of something1
exon
15/3/2019
17:19
why are the markets so bullish today - it is not just galliford - most stocks - baffles me? Brexit is not cleared... what am i missing
bor491
15/3/2019
14:58
Careful: Yes, does seem that way, though other than lash out comments, no indication of cause. I can't help thinking (on zero info) it's a case of over trading where they take on too much, farm it out to sub-contractors, greedy for differential margin, only to find receipts not keeping up with payments. Perhaps not dissimilar to pyramid selling. As you say, likely good for GFRD and hope re interserve employees, (sub) contractors don't get sh*tty end of stick.
dr_smith
15/3/2019
14:20
Still improving today. Interserve into administration could be helping. Before that CLLN. GFRD could be like Forrest Gump's fishing boat after the storm. The only one standing, good for business going forward.
careful
14/3/2019
16:18
Striping out the dividend - up 5.45% up today.
profitaker
14/3/2019
16:01
Extraordinary ;-) The shorters will be unhappy...…...
randomwalker
14/3/2019
15:04
Excellent for an ex-div day - an unexpected pleasant surprise :-)
pj fozzie
14/3/2019
15:00
Good performance for ex-div day!
johnroger
14/3/2019
08:27
Ex-div today for 23p to be paid in 27 days.
highlands
13/3/2019
14:40
Shoulda went into kier gfrd not performing that well these days
linton5
13/3/2019
10:41
Lol back under 7 tmmw so obvious
linton5
04/3/2019
17:49
Spudders: Personally I have way too much in house builders, but struggle to find other sectors. I'd rather be top heavy in a sector I am comfortable with than put in one am not, just for sake of diversity. Having said that, please think twice about overloading one share and/or sector, no matter how good your past history with them is. I am a new boy here, only since 2013. ;-)
dr_smith
04/3/2019
16:41
My mistake DR, misread your post on TW.thread. Good to see your holding, I’ve been here since 2007 and will continue to add when funds permit. Long term I think GFRD will make higher margins on the construction side but for now it is what it is.
spudders
04/3/2019
12:24
Hi Spudders. HB=House builders presumably. Not sure why you think I am out, I did sell BWY, but mainly to fund a SIPP payment and felt they were toppy compared to others. Still have GFRD, PSN,RDW, TW. Dave
dr_smith
04/3/2019
11:13
DR, are you still holding here, I see your out of other HB’s.
spudders
01/3/2019
20:17
Great start spud, not sure of the reason but like you let's hope it keeps going.
warranty
01/3/2019
08:51
Good start to March, let’s hope it continues.
spudders
20/2/2019
23:50
You were on the right track, Dave. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2019/02/20/government-shoulder-risk-public-contracts-wake-carillion-collapse/
eeza
20/2/2019
10:28
Careful: "The auditors should be held to account, jailed if necessary.No one trusts them." I am not a fan of US sue everyone culture, but that is what is needed here. I would expect both gov and shareholders could sue (grossly) negligent auditors. A few example cases of being sued mega bucks and/or being jailed (= walking free with tracker) would soon bring them all in to line. " The system is flawed." I am not sure it is flawed, I assume both s/h and gov can sue as I describe, so not clear why that hasn't happened in so many cases in the last few years. Possibly auditors can throw more money at legal teams than gov and s/h's, I don't know, but I believe that is what needs to happen. I agree that client pays auditor isn't best for task in hand, but this concept of paying a pro to sign off something is everywhere (e.g. car MOT), so..needs the MOT garages and Auditors themselves to be subjected to surpise inspections to maintain integrity and functionality. I believe much of a pro's pay rate is for the big insurance policies they have to pay for (e.g. mate who is a surveyor), to protect them for bad advice, negligence etc.. so I guess the question is why isn't more legal action... correction.. why isn't ANY (I think)legal action being taken. Hangs head in shame.. as a kid, good at maths, I wanted to be an accountant / auditor, though working for a bank I bucked the default action for selling PPI and bosses didn't criticise me. They must have known it was wrong and it is over 30 years later I am proven right. Lets hope it's not 30 years to sort auditors out! Dave
dr_smith
19/2/2019
13:05
Interesting that we ignore the audited reports. These highly paid accountants sign the reported figure off as a 'true and fair record'. The auditors should be held to account, jailed if necessary. No one trusts them. This is a shocking state of affairs, an ignored and mistrusted profession. The system is flawed. Auditors are appointed and paid by the companies who's numbers they crunch. A cosy relationship, how can they be impartial when the do not wish to upset a client. Auditors should be as feared and hated as tax inspectors. Externally appointed and paid for.
careful
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