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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Keller Group Plc LSE:KLR London Ordinary Share GB0004866223 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.00p +0.28% 709.00p 707.00p 708.00p 720.00p 707.00p 720.00p 65,741 16:35:16
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 2,224.5 8.4 -20.6 - 510.90

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
16/5/2019
08:12
Reasonably reassuring trading update.Steady as she goes.Fair amount of resistance around £7 mark.
steeplejack
15/3/2019
17:18
Keller is essentially global, with a small UK footprint. Kier is the opposite. Other distinct differences are in their customer profiles and work specialities. The share price linkage is unjustified and will break naturally with diverging performance. Graeme Cook (HR Director) Sold 3372 shares, and then Bought 3351 shares at same price on same day, 11/3/2019. This was about £20,000 and probably an ISA “transfer̶1; to shield from CGT. Nevertheless encouraging if he anticipates the need for CGT protection.
scooo
12/3/2019
14:16
3372 director share purchase yesterday at 593.5p.Not large perhaps but encouraging.
steeplejack
12/3/2019
09:04
True but it’s difficult to be confident when the market behaves irrationally and moves quite independently of fact.Short term gyrations on the stockmarket are now analogous to a bizarre game of snakes and ladders dictated by a algorithmic throw of the dice.This makes CFDs and spreadbetting unacceptably hazardous.You have to stay cited in the longer term,very long term.
steeplejack
12/3/2019
08:49
...which, in turn, presents opportunities for those of us who think this is a daft valuation :-)
value hound
12/3/2019
08:35
Shows how facile the algorithmic dominated market is then.I guess their names both start with K and they pour concrete.That'll be enough to promote the companies as identical twins for some market participants.
steeplejack
11/3/2019
17:42
Guilt by association ....... share price tends to move in line with Kier ...... both low margin , big contract companies .
bench2
04/3/2019
09:25
That dividend of 23.9p gives a yield of just short of 4% on the final alone.XD 30 May
steeplejack
04/3/2019
09:14
Chart looks interesting - in for a trade.
kemche
04/3/2019
08:49
Lot of remedial action taken here.Dividend increase underlies management confidence.Very low rating.
steeplejack
22/2/2019
12:11
I hope so rHatton as this would give us dividend cover at over x2, also reassured that this is such a quiet bb usually a good thing.
quemaster
22/2/2019
12:03
quemaster...interesting to see. I’m in with a small position. They’ll have taken a hit on the APAC restructuring. And spoke about mixed outlook for 2019 due to some of the major projects coming to completion but maybe all the bad news baked in
rhatton
22/2/2019
11:49
Results on 4th March and have bought a second lot below £5, hopefully better timing than my first trade at £6. Sharcast has forecasts at 81.22p ESP on £2141 mil revenue, fingers crossed for no more nasty surprises.
quemaster
21/12/2018
14:12
£100,000 buy by CFO. That's pretty encouraging. Think I might join him.
lurgy
19/12/2018
22:51
Yes, looks that way to me, 8000 @ £4.85 £38,800 director buy and BlackRock going from 5.12% to 4.94%
quemaster
19/12/2018
17:20
So, director buy, but Blackrock sell, right?
lurgy
19/12/2018
12:26
£2.00 !
bookbroker
19/12/2018
12:01
Anyone see where this ends up?
rhatton
30/11/2018
20:19
It almost feels as though the late afternoon plunge in Kier has impacted the Keller share price . Ok KLR has some big debt but not on the same scale as KIE
bench2
30/11/2018
11:59
This directors buying is probably the most instructive update you’re likely to get.
steeplejack
29/11/2018
10:59
Yes. Why a pig's tail?
jeffian
28/11/2018
23:41
I keep wondering whether I should buy some of these...but I am thinking that such an action may be a bit like a pig's tail? Any thoughts?
thorpematt
28/11/2018
22:57
Four directors buy last week
overmars
22/11/2018
09:20
Group-wide restructuring programme The actions described in ASEAN, Waterway, Brazil and South Africa are part of a group-wide programme of portfolio and capacity actions. The Group currently expects to take an exceptional restructuring charge of approximately GBP57m in its Full Year 2018 results. Around GBP30m will relate to goodwill and around GBP20m will relate to fixed asset and other impairments. Restructuring cash costs in 2018 will be around GBP7m offset by income from asset disposals in 2019 of around GBP5m, with a net cash cost therefore of around GBP2m. We estimate these measures will result in a reduction of around 700 employees. - £57 million charge, plus the £15 million loss? An 80% reduction in profit this year then?
lurgy
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