Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Henry Boot LSE:BHY London Ordinary Share GB0001110096 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 235.00 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 306.81 39.49 21.50 10.9 310
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 235.00 GBX

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cwa1: All sounds tickety boo here:- Trading Update The Board of Henry Boot PLC issues the following trading update for the year ended 31 December 2016 ahead of its full year results which will be announced on Friday, 24 March 2017. December 2016 was, as expected, a busy month from a deal completion perspective. Certain land and property development deals completed in line with our expectations and the month also saw a total of 44 residential completions at our JV house builder, Stonebridge Projects, and The Chocolate Factory in York. In addition, construction work on the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre development is ahead of schedule resulting in marginally higher profit recognition for the year. We have also now received the draft investment property valuation data for our portfolio for 31 December 2016 which was as expected. Taking the above into account, the Board now expects that profit before tax and earnings per share for the year ended 31 December 2016 will be slightly ahead of market expectations. Furthermore, and notwithstanding the continuing macroeconomic concerns regarding the EU Referendum, the committed and contracted activity we already have in place means we start 2017 in an excellent position to achieve yet another year of further progress, delivering growth in long-term shareholder value. We look forward to updating shareholders further on 24 March 2017 with our full year results announcement.
loobrush: Simon Thompson comment today on Henry Boots results "A boot'ful investment The key takes for me in the half-year results of small-cap property and construction company Henry Boot (BHY:208p) was not that it's trading ahead of previous expectations after land sales were completed earlier than expected ('Boot'ful land sales boost Henry Boot', 9 Jun 2016), but that activity and deals are progressing as envisaged with little negative impact since the Brexit vote. Land development division Hallam Land secured planning consent on more than 4,100 plots in the six-month period and now has 15,183 plots across 47 sites for sale, and a further 9,500 plots across 18 sites subject to planning applications. Pricing levels since the EU referendum have been maintained and the £111m book value of land investments, held at the lower of cost or net realisable value, affords substantial asset backing. A doubling of Hallam Land's first-half operating profits to £13.3m, and a 50 per cent-plus rise in profits from commercial property developments were the key reasons behind Henry Boot's pre-tax profits and EPS rising by half to £20.8m and 11.9p, respectively. Full-year EPS expectations of 20.3p support a raised payout of 6.5p a share and look well within reach. Moreover, as the pre-let commercial development pipeline completes over the next few years this will result in the company being cash-flow-positive, thus placing it in a strong position to exploit any acquisition opportunities. In any case, net debt is already comfortable at 25 per cent of shareholders' funds, so the company's balance sheet is hardly overgeared. Henry Boot also holds £118m of income-producing investment property, so offering further asset backing, and a de-risked commercial development pipeline, both of which are supportive of decent earnings growth in the years to come. True, the shares have yet to make any meaningful headway on my 205p buy-in price ('A bootiful investment', 19 Feb 2015), but I still believe this is a rock solid company and one where my heavily discounted sum-of-the-parts valuation of 280p a share is warranted. BUY
loobrush: Motley Fool today Henry Boot (LSE:BHY) reported a strong performance in its half-year results this morning. The group, whose operations extend across housebuilding, commercial development, construction and plant hire, said pre-tax profit advanced 49% on increased revenue of 35%. The shares have moved higher in early trading, and at 208p are back to their pre-referendum level. Management said that so far since the Brexit vote it's been business-as-usual, but what I particularly liked was the following comment. "The completion of our commercial development pipeline in progress, largely already pre-let and/or pre-sold is likely to see the Group be cash generative over the next two years and, should the post referendum world prove to be more turbulent than we are experiencing at the moment, these internally generated funds should provide the resources to acquire competitively priced opportunities for the next cyclical growth phase". Trading on a price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of just 9.9, an attractive price-to-earnings growth (PEG) ratio of 0.5, and with a handy 3.2% dividend yield, this looks a very buyable stock to my eye.
loobrush: Henry Boot the builder looking very good this morning-they were panned on Brexit and now coming back on news. Results tomorrow should be excellent as already flagged up. Tipped by IC they have over 2000 building plots for sale and have been left behind as all other builders race away. Bought last week and am looking for a very healthy rise on news and for share to get back to previous levels 230-240p,but could go higher.
ganthorpe: Shares have drifted back to 207P . Looks a good price - bought some today. Results on 25 August
interceptor2: I added to my BHY holding today on a technical breakout, noticed on the 13th July two 150k transactions went through at 232p which seems to have been the cause of the the breakout. This morning there were two 180k transactions at 339.5p, could be some accumulation starting? Interim results due end of August.
retsius: Absolutely a non event since the excellent finals. Market up over 100 points and BHY goes down?...! Anybody got any views? R.
interceptor2: Todays results were very strong imo, which is no surprise when their sector is so buoyant, and also good to beat consensus estimates. Considering the weak market today, I think the BHY share price hasn't performed too poorly.
shauney2: All divisions doing well. Judging by the current drop in price its a good thing they didn't miss on forecasts. Numis were forcasting EPS of 15.3 and they did 16.2p.
interceptor2: Hi CFRO, pleased to see you here :o) BHY operate in a strong sector and have appealing fundamentals, plus as you point out the technical's are interesting. Should beat estimates after the confident trading update in January. Results due 26th March.
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