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
  +0.00p +0.00% 897.50p 896.50p 898.00p 911.50p 886.50p 904.00p 560,249 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 2,704.5 147.6 145.8 6.2 995.91

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
20/4/2018
10:21
W,Only a matter of time.
garycook
20/4/2018
10:18
I'm adding on the pullbacks, Gary. Could see this heading for 950p region, once the share price breaks through 900p.
woodhawk
20/4/2018
10:15
H,Well done.Good policy buying small positions and maybe increase on the way up.If we get another retrace to around the £8 level then double your holding.
garycook
20/4/2018
09:54
jimmy: thanks as well for your earlier comment &guidance.
harvester
20/4/2018
09:52
mark: thanks for info. Yes, that is the figure I got before.Took a small position yesterday & 888 & 893 . Not the best prices but for longer hold small daily fluctuations not so important.For GFRD one key issue appears to be that they will de-risk future contractors .
harvester
19/4/2018
19:52
The number of 110,964,818 comes from the last holdings change RNS. They need to publish the total number in issue to demonstrate the % holding of the notifying party. PLEASE read the RNS for yourself they tend to be a bit more current than the last Annual Report. yes, I guess the London Stock Exchange is a "third part website" but it is also the regulator
marksp2011
19/4/2018
15:26
Galliford Try Partnerships buys Hall Green Stadium, Birmingham for £13m with plans to build up to 210 new homes... HTTPS://www.insidermedia.com/insider/midlands/historic-stadium-bought-for-13m
speedsgh
19/4/2018
14:26
Jimmy Wilson, except there's been a rights issue since June2017 - so on a 1 for 3 basis, 110.9 M shares sounds about right to me. Cheers, PJ
pj fozzie
19/4/2018
09:30
Hi Harvester, taken from 2017 GFRD annual report "At 30 June 2017, the Company had 82,888,046 ordinary shares in issue (2016: 82,872,012)." I wouldn't bother with 3rd party websites - you get all the information you need from the annual reports. I'm a holder here and think it has good future prospects so will always view anything through rose tinted glasses
jimmywilson612
19/4/2018
09:22
Harvester The holdings RNS lists the current number of shares ie 110.9 M
marksp2011
19/4/2018
08:13
Gary:Yes. Helpful.Thanks vmuch.Does the 110.9m figure for shares listed include the new shares yet ?
harvester
19/4/2018
06:59
110,964,818 in issue from the latest RNS P/E means lots of things...... trailing earnings, forecast earnings, some people use underlying earnings. I always like the idea of "rising to" or "falling to".......forecasting PE for future years is a particularly meaningless number
marksp2011
19/4/2018
02:22
Harvester,This may make things a bit clearer for you.IMHO with around a forecast 7/8% dividend yield,and a possible 70% upside in growth.It is a no brainer for me,but we will see.You pay your money,and take your chances.Article from Motley Fool dated 04/04/2018.If you are looking for income,try 9% yielder Galliford Try (LSE: GFRD). Based on current City estimates, shares in Galliford support a dividend yield of 9.4% and trade at a forward P/E of 5.2. Unfortunately, the high yield comes with a degree of uncertainty. Getting worse before it gets better In February the company announced that it was cutting its interim dividend from 32p to 28p per share and issuing £150m worth of new shares to cover liabilities stemming from the collapse of outsourcer Carillion. As my Foolish colleague Roland Head pointed out at the time of the fundraising, due to the higher number of shares in issue, and management’s target to maintain dividend cover at two times adjusted earnings, this could mean Galliford’s annual distribution falls to 67p per share for 2018, giving a potential dividend yield of 8.2%. While a full-year dividend cut is disappointing, a yield of 8.2% is nothing to be sniffed at. It is still more than double the FTSE 100 average. What’s more, according to my figures it won’t be long before the payout starts growing again. After taking a step back in 2018, City analysts are expecting earnings per share to return to growth in 2019, hitting 162p. A 50% payout ratio implies a dividend of 81p per share based on this figure, giving a potential forward dividend yield of 9.8% on today’s share price of 818p.Adjusting the Dividend yield now at 888p.Gives a yield of 7.54% for a 67p annual dividend,and 9.1% for a forward 81p annual dividend,if you purchased today.Hope this helps your decision.Gary
garycook
18/4/2018
22:24
Copied from HGM thread. Any comments or guidance here ??? Gary: re your post 11993: I am also looking at GFRD but not yet committed. Since you bought 20K , i.e. a fair bunch , you must have done a good bit of research on it . I am having some difficulty getting a reliable picture of the GFRD fundamentals. Different sites list different figures . That may be due to the share dilution due to the rights issue (1 in 3). They planned to issue 27.74M new shares but maybe they issued some more due to excess subscription. At the moment 110.96m shares are listed with voting rights . Up to date ?? Anyhow, ADVFN lists a PE of 6.08 which is the figure quoted by you. The LSE London Southeast site are listing a PE of 16.68, quite some difference . GFRD in their H1 HY report quoted net debts of 85million. This differs grossly from the ADVFN figure of 1.32B(if I read this correctly) . ADVFN quote a divi of 96p/year which at todays close gives a yield of 10.8% .GFRD moved up today in late day trading. I wish I had correct figures for the fundamentals to plan an investment in GFRD .
harvester
16/4/2018
15:03
I make it we are circa 3.8% up from start of rights issue re-shuffle: 3 shares cob 27/3/18 @ 9.48 = £28.44 3+1 (new) shares @ say £8.80 = £35.20 less £5.58 for 1 * rights = £29.52 CRLN issue aside, rights issue can devalue sp, so I am pleased we have come up on the plus side short term and naturally have high hopes for medium to long term. :-)
dr_smith
16/4/2018
14:47
Rump placed at 860p. That's worse than I expected. Lapsed rights holders will only get 292p (less perhaps a fraction for costs). It's still better than 75% of the nil paid trades that were flagged as 'sells', but poor IMO. Often lapsed rights do better than that. So if you took up your rights, you might consider it's cost you 860p per right.
typo56
16/4/2018
14:28
And merged at Interactive Investor
pj fozzie
16/4/2018
13:26
My shares have been merged in AJ BEll
lancasterbomber
16/4/2018
13:23
Thanks Typo - its a lot clearer now. Will wait for the price to come out.
martin5760
16/4/2018
13:00
That's per lasped right. i.e. per three GFRD shares held when they went ex-rights. That 304p was only an example. It depends on the rump placement price. I'm a bit surprised there hasn't been an RNS yet.
typo56
16/4/2018
12:44
The price quoted for lapsed rights above of perhaps 304p. Is that for each share held or per 3 shares held. If I had 300 shares would I receive £912 pounds or £304.
martin5760
16/4/2018
12:26
I thought it was pre-ordained and submitted to stock exchange, as per planned timetable of events. Now showing as 1 holding (old/new merged) at Youinvest.
dr_smith
16/4/2018
11:31
Youinvest wont act until they get an instruction from the company/broker to do so
marksp2011
16/4/2018
10:02
On my Youinvest a/c the new shares have not yet been merged and shown at lower price of £8.25 (original issue 8.85). Possibly they have a 1 day data delay, but not what I expected. Yes, rights not fully taken up but from shareholder perspective, I believe that doesn't matter too much as it is, I believe, "underwritten" so if underwritten the lower share price makes no sense? I note my link gor rights price that was on hTTp://www.londonstockexchange.com/exchange/prices-and-markets/stocks/summary/company-summary/GB00BF1DQ823GBGBXSET3.html?lang=en is now page not found, so guess Youinvest are showing a historic derived price, pending update to their data re merger. I'll check again later/tomorrow.
dr_smith
16/4/2018
08:16
The underwriters are very unlikely to be landed with the stock. The rump will get placed (probably this morning) and the proceeds distributed to the holders of the lapsed rights. e.g. If the rump gets placed at 872p, lapsed rights will receive almost 304p.
typo56
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