Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
John Laing Group Plc LSE:JLG London Ordinary Share GB00BVC3CB83 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  17.80 5.99% 314.80 828,997 16:35:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
313.60 314.20 314.80 295.60 302.40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 179.00 100.00 20.40 15.4 1,553
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:19:55 O 4,282 307.078 GBX

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John Laing Daily Update: John Laing Group Plc is listed in the Industrial Engineering sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker JLG. The last closing price for John Laing was 297p.
John Laing Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 271.40p and a 12 week average price of 271.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 402.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 271.40p.
There are currently 493,250,636 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,059,265 shares. The market capitalisation of John Laing Group Plc is £1,552,753,002.13.
danielbird193: Ex-div date today and the 2%-ish drop is right in line with the nice divvy which will now be payable on 17 May. It's past midday and the share price already seems to be rallying again. Nothing to worry about, steady as she goes.
jonwig: Yes - I've just looked at the first few posts. Remarks that it was sold cheaply (lower end of offer range). FY results 5th March, and I'll be looking at the balance sheet for signs of another fundraising. Last one was announced a year ago with the results. With the share price going such great guns, I bet they're thinking about tapping the market.
danielbird193: Trusty old JLG continues to hold up, recently hitting all-time highs despite the market turbulence which seems to be decimating other positions in my portfolio. Fantastic company and it just makes you wonder what the share price would be doing if there weren't all this uncertainty around. Roll on 2019 and another year of positive updates for this excellent company.
danielbird193: I'm hopeful that they company will issue a pre-close update in early December (as they did last year). This still seems like great value and I would expect even an 'in-line' update to give a nice boost to the share price. Now seems like a nice entry point for new holders.
danielbird193: @Rlivsey Latest reported NAV was 306p per share (as at 31/12). Based on the share price of the listed infrastructure funds (including JLIF and JLEN) I think these should trade at a premium of 5% - 10% above NAV which puts my target in the region of 330p. Of course there has been a rights issue since the latest reported NAV and I think this may be holding the price back a little. I would expect the company to release a pre-close update for H1 2018 at the end of this month, and then half-year results in August. These announcements could well be the catalyst for an upwards move, depending on what the results show.
jonwig: New Edison note. Summary: John Laing Group’s (JLG) FY17 results delivered further growth in DPS and NAV and highlighted the increasing internationalisation of the business. The announcement of a rights issue to fund future growth was unexpected, but we see significant opportunity in the global infrastructure market. At the current share price of c 260p, JLG stands at a significant discount to its adjusted NAV per share of 281p.
felix99: Share price in old money is about 277 to get to current price of 250p. I should have bought more yesterday - thought might get some cheap ones today.
texaspete2: John Laing's growing pool of public-private partnerships and renewable energy investment opportunities should allow the company to grow 12% a year through to 2019, said HSBC as it restarted coverage of the stock with a 'buy' recommendation.HSBC said Laing's investments opportunities are in low risk territories in Europe, North America and Australasia, "where there is political support for PPP and a rising weight of secondary investment funds that exceeds the flow of finished projects".Opportunities in these territories are expected to structurally rise in both PPP and renewables, which the group can access through the network of offices, most recently expanded in the US."We see PPP investment as the most expedient means of realising infrastructure demand," while HSBC's climate change strategist, Ashim Paun, has set out expectations for the renewable energy provision to increase by multiples of up to 3.3 times current levels by 2030 in the group's key markets.Analyst set a 340p share price target that projects a rise to a 20% premium to net asset value to reflect the growth prospects in both investment pools and the group's advantageous position and track record for realising surpluses.
jonwig: Citywire: Infrastructure developer John Laing Group (JLG) is offering ‘outstanding value’, according to Peel Hunt. Analyst Andrew Shepherd-Barron retained his ‘buy’ recommendation and increased the target price from 334p to 384p after recent results and fund raising ‘show a sector in demand’. The shares were trading flat at 274p at the time of writing. ‘We see John Laing as offering outstanding value and upgrade our target price to 384p with full fair value another 25% above that,’ he said. He said that 2017 should prove ‘even better’ than last year in terms of ‘value creation’ that will push the share price up further. Shepherd-Barron said it was ‘anomalousR17; that the John Laing Infrastructure and Environmental Assets investment trusts did do not have the same business pipeline but traded at a 12% premium to net asset value, while John Laing Group trades at a discount.
igoe104: Are Tritax Big Box REIT plc, Beowulf Mining plc and John Laing Group plc post-Brexit ‘buys’ after today’s updates? By Motley Fool | Thu, 30th June 2016 - 11:29 Share this Today's trading update from Tritax Big Box (LSE:BBOX) shows that the real estate investment trust (REIT) is making encouraging progress. Its portfolio is 100% let with contracted annual rental income of £78.5m. It benefits from upward-only rent reviews, of which 43% are open market, 32% are fixed uplift, 17% are inflation-linked and 8% are hybrid. Furthermore, Tritax Big Box has high quality institutional tenants: 84% of them are listed PLCs and of those, 71% are listed on the FTSE 350. Tritax Big Box is targeting a fully covered dividend of 6.2p per share for the full year. This puts it on a yield of 4.9% following its 4% share price fall since the EU referendum. Clearly, Tritax Big Box is highly dependent on the state of the UK economy and it therefore comes with greater risk following the decision for the UK to leave the EU. It has an enticing price-to-earnings growth (PEG) ratio of 1.5, but with the potential for high volatility in its share price, as well as downgrades to profitability, it may be prudent to await further news regarding the performance of the UK economy before buying-in. Strong pipeline Also reporting today was infrastructure specialist John Laing (LSE:JLG). It has maintained its full-year guidance for investment commitments, namely in line with the £180.5m delivered in 2015. It has also maintained its full-year guidance for investment realisations and expects to record proceeds of £100m. Encouragingly, Laing has a strong pipeline of new investment opportunities in public-private partnerships, renewable energy and other infrastructure sectors. Furthermore, the market for the disposal of secondary infrastructure investments remains buoyant. This bodes well for the company's future and its exposure to international markets such as North America and Asia Pacific should provide stability at a time when the UK outlook is rather uncertain. Laing trades on a price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of just 6.4 and has a yield of 3.5%. This indicates that now could be an excellent time to buy it - especially with positive growth in earnings forecast for each of the next two years. Up for discussion Meanwhile, shares in Beowulf Mining (LSE:BEM) have soared by 37% today after it announced that the Swedish government has listed the company's application for an Exploitation Concession for Kallak North on its meeting agenda for discussion today. Although this news has been welcomed by the market (as evidenced by Beowulf's rising share price), the results are due out shortly and there can be no guarantee that they'll be favourable. Clearly, Beowulf has considerable long-term potential and believes that it will be able to deliver a modern and sustainable mining operation in partnership with the local community at its Kallak asset. However, with the company's shares being highly volatile, it may be prudent to await further news flow before buying them. That's especially the case when there are a number of post-Brexit buying opportunities on offer
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