Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Keller Group 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
  -14.00p -1.30% 1,062.00p 1,060.00p 1,062.00p 1,080.00p 1,052.00p 1,080.00p 73,942 16:29:56
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 2,070.6 110.6 121.0 8.8 765.28

Keller Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
10/7/2018
15:01
Ah! so there is someone else here. I was getting a bit lonely!
jeffian
10/7/2018
09:59
KLR is promoted to the FTSE250 tomorrow. Might be a bit of volume at close today.
typo56
27/2/2018
16:16
Surprised the results haven't been that well received but perhaps it was all as expected anyway. Still seems reasonably priced to me so I've bought some more.
jeffian
06/2/2018
14:22
Although the opportunity's back now......
jeffian
05/1/2018
10:28
I think it's the tax cut. I'm feeling a bit sick because I was helping to reorganise my son's finances by realising some capital gains and reinvesting the same shares inside his ISA, which worked fine with all of them except this where I was waiting for it to fall back a bit before repurchasing! Doh!
jeffian
05/1/2018
09:36
The market seems to like the acquisition, not sure on what basis because the price is not mentioned. Maybe it is the US tax cut that is being factored in.
puffintickler
04/12/2017
08:23
Would have thought that the passing of the tax cut bill would be seen as a real benefit to Keller but maybe you have to weigh it against a potential reduction in public sector finance .
steeplejack
14/11/2017
19:04
Debt; who can tell... It just can't seem to break out.
altras
03/11/2017
14:06
No real volumes, and a stack of debt—is that the issue?
lucifer100
03/11/2017
10:36
52 week high today
steeplejack
06/10/2017
09:14
Up again this morning I see
lancasterbomber
04/10/2017
09:14
Could be that Keller is being seen as a beneficiary of post hurricane reconstruction.
steeplejack
02/10/2017
17:35
Takeover bid? Don't know but very low trades so we will see tomorrow, perhaps.
huttonr
02/10/2017
17:11
Any reason for the large rise?
lancasterbomber
24/2/2017
17:20
A drop, certainly, but volumes not very high and with the profit warning plus other items such as that bought warehouse (in Bristol?) - probably some people being prudent. Unless, of course, you know something else?
huttonr
24/2/2017
16:56
A marked retreat from around £9 ahead of figures due this Monday,27 Feb.
steeplejack
10/11/2016
13:19
An obvious trade really in light of events. £9 short-term no question. From there we'd review target. P.S COPA looks very strong, so maybe another obvious one?
thorpematt
10/11/2016
09:08
Trump = increased US infrastructure spend, no doubt good for Keller. Wonder where it will settle.
al101uk
28/10/2016
16:56
Klr does look good value still watching atm.
wipo1
26/10/2016
16:52
Second night running these have moved up in the Auction, someone looking to buy in quantity.
royaloak
26/10/2016
08:10
'tis the mark of the beast - a price at which I'm IN!
value hound
25/10/2016
09:06
These look good value at these levels, as stated before the co. has a diverse base of operations globally, it's highly likely the next stage of global growth will be driven by infrastructure, and this is where this co. will once again assert its position, the key being not to undertake marginal propositions, it should be relatively straightforward to rationalise the business given it is as much a consultancy operation as well, as much as a ground worker, but they need to be more careful over which projects to tender for!
bookbroker
24/10/2016
06:58
leading - I felt it wasn't as bad as that, but could become so, obviously. In 2015, interest payments were about 8x covered by operating cashflows. And the debt does look pretty cheap to service. There might be some covenants attached which we don't know about. (I must admit that my 'research' here is pretty cursory, as I've no intention of investing in this - or anything else at the moment!)
jonwig
23/10/2016
11:17
I think you were probably right first time Jonwig. The company is still valuing goodwill in Canada at £27.6m having written off £37m last year. Further write off to come at the year end I expect. This company has lost its way rather seriously. It gives the impression of buying companies at the top of the market. I don't expect there will be much more of that for a while, as gearing has gone from 54% in 2014 to 74% in 2015 to 110% in the 2016 half year results. Part of that alarming rise is because it borrows in foreign currencies to match overseas revenues which is OK if the revenues come in, but they don't seem to be doing so. The other part is due to a property that they bought in because of a contract dispute (which appears to suggest Keller's work was defective). They undertook to have the remedial works complete and property sold before the year end, but this wasn't mentioned in the recent trading statement. I wonder whether the current management will still be in place at the time of the AGM? That gearing really does worry me. Any shareholder here (including me unfortunately) should be prepared for a cash call.
leading
23/10/2016
07:24
Jeff - you may be right (and my bet is off). Re-reading the RNS: As a result, the Board now expects the Group's full year 2016 underlying results to be around 15% below current market estimates, mainly due to underperformance in APAC. In addition, the second half results will include an exceptional restructuring charge in connection with further downsizing actions. This is expected to be around £10m, much of which will be non-cash. That suggests exceptional might actually be lower than last year so statutory profit could be up, whilst adjusted is down, as you point out. The dividend might be safe. Presumably by "non-cash" they mean writedown of some goodwill in the intangibles.
jonwig
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