Ibstock Dividends - IBST

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Ibstock Plc IBST London Ordinary Share GB00BYXJC278 ORD 1P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
2.40 1.06% 228.20 16:29:57
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
226.40 224.80 229.00 228.20 225.80
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Ibstock IBST Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount

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cheshire: Excellent end of year results, well positioned to return to profit this year and a dividend payout.
edmundshaw: Small dividend reinstated at Forterra today and an small but impressive profit... I am expecting similar fromIbstock - I don't see why not.
sphere25: Disappointing move. Breaks out and hits 230p and then comes flying back down like this to the current price of 213p, almost typical IBST really - lumpy irrational moves. At times it isn't almost worth trying to look at value proper companies in this sort of market. You may as well have a full list of speculative garbage shares on the monitor. You'd do alot better! :-D Whacky ole market full of uncomfortable excesses! We are now in reporting season so it will be interesting to see how the market reacts to the results. Roll on the 10th March. All imo DYOR
sphere25: No problem Jonojubb. I post across various shares when there is something notable happening. The movements here have been interesting. Prices are fluid and you can never be sure from day to day how market participants will behave. Sometimes you can have a strong move one day and the next it's a different picture. I mean, take IBST.... You ask for a close above 220p and it goes and closes at 219.8p! You can't make this stuff up at times ha Talk about a proper price tease. I guess it is a form of a bullish move even though an unconvincing one. Hang in there and hopefully we can move to a nice breakout. There is no movement on the shorting front by Merrian on the disclosures just out now. That's all for now. All imo DYOR
sphere25: We know Merian have been sat at the resistance levels feeding shorts in. Hard to say who else might be feeding in there under the 0.5% disclosable threshold. It would be hard to believe there will be significant short interest in IBST. unlike topical examples out there recently, but it seems quite a challenge to buy through any shorts and the sellers at the resistance levels atm. Price is once more bang on that breakout point and having a go but it falls over every time. It goes back down a few pence and then comes back up to have another go. Peculiar movements in such a bullish market. I'd have expected IBST to have broken out by now. It is an enormous price tease! Furthermore, there was a 1.16m buy at 217.8p yesterday at 15:00. That is a significant chunk to take on a single trade for IBST and yet that wall of resistance is still being a challenge. I think we need a firm close above 220p here to signal a breakout. Once you have shorts at play, it does become a great deal trickier to read the price movements. All imo DYOR
sphere25: Key resistance test coming up again. Later realised, that on the day of the bullish update, there were shorts being fed into the market to help prevent the breakout. Merian have been feeding shorts in so that will have had an influence on those algos selling around the resistance. Whether it was the critical factor is open to debate. A tad miffed at feeding shorts in here. Out of all the shares and all kinds of lofty valuations, pick the one that isn't on an excessive rating (imo) and carries bullish recovery potential? Huh!!?! It looks like they have been feeding shorts in quite a few recently so perhaps it was a hedge against the US correcting or maybe they think the top of the market is close and to continue averaging into shorts? I don't know, odd move in something like IBST when so many others like TRN are on the table for shorts. We are told that more than 90% of funds fall down when it comes to beating a basic benchmark. Wonder if they will keep feeding more in here and across the board. All imo DYOR
sphere25: Failed breakout and back into a range it is then. A few of these about now with sellers coming in at recent highs preventing a push higher. Suspect prices will eventually move higher post some random shorter term moves and hopefully a wider market correction in Q1 so we can load up :-) Clearly IBST need another upgrade to convince the market - suspect that will follow. It will be hard to not crack that recent high then! Let's see how it goes. All imo DYOR
inntolife: Ed, subtly different but FORT seem to be doing a bit better at the moment. Oh well so long as they both increase, although I would prefer for IBST to beat the pants of FORT :)
inntolife: Just a quick note to say that I bought some of these on the 16th September. Since then I have been waiting for comments to come up here, as yet nothing which is interesting as I also have a holding in TW. On that board I have seldom seen such drivel I have so far filtered five posters. It is very refreshing to have sensible posters (looking bad over the historic posts) to read. Good luck to all who have invested in IBST.
lord mandelbaum: Accept the comments below however still think there's room in a portfolio for some bricks and mortar. What intrigues me is how come the housebuilders (ok, not all of them) have done reasonably well and the brickbuilders less so? In the earlier part of this year I was happily trading RDW, PSN, IBST and FORT and they all more or less moved in tandem. Does anyone have any insight as to why IBST and FORT might have de-coupled from the housebuilders?
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