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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
  20.00 3.33% 620.00 618.00 624.00 623.00 606.00 615.00 54,236 16:35:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 2,300.5 81.3 81.3 7.6 448

Keller Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
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
22/11/2018
07:58
"The group-wide outlook for 2019 is somewhat mixed. Our main markets remain healthy and our order book remains sound, but as previously indicated the contribution from major projects will be lower than this year."The group is taking remedial action in their more difficult markets ie SA,Brazil,Singapore and appear to be retrenching into its core market places,USA,Canada,Australia.This is a very well managed company for which the current rating gives Keller little credit.The trouble is that Keller appears to be ahead of 5he curve in demonstrating problems that Wall Street considers many companies will encounter in due course.
steeplejack
27/10/2018
10:07
Bought on Friday at £6.38. I do not expect an quick gain because of the market turmoil at present. Nevertheless unlike a lot of construction firms this is geographically diversified and occupies a strong niche. The downside is the debt which has increased a lot recently - I think relating to an acquisition. If it falls further I will be doubling up.
1tje
25/10/2018
15:00
I suspect that the recent news was just a catalyst helping people into panic mode, with the real threat that everyone was looking at in the background being: US interest rates going up, new house sales going down, and the big infrastructure spend advocated by Trump disappearing in a mist of vote catching tax reductions. All of those points are bad for Keller in their biggest market.
muckshifter
25/10/2018
12:15
I agree, a 35% drop on news that affected less than 20% of the business seems a bit much
guru94
23/10/2018
08:12
Its oversold.
steeplejack
22/10/2018
11:03
Looks good value if this is the only hiccup but will it be contained... Took a position last week which was obviously too early in hindsight
rhatton
22/10/2018
10:56
Still no love............ Tempted..........
soundbuy
12/10/2018
09:26
https://www.ii.co.uk/analysis-commentary/could-keller-shares-really-double-after-shock-plunge-ii506936/
steeplejack
12/10/2018
08:25
Article on ii 'Could Keller shares really double after shock plunge' hxxps://www.ii.co.uk/analysis-commentary/could-keller-shares-really-double-after-shock-plunge-ii506936/
guru94
11/10/2018
10:53
Today in Keller's share price we are seeing two negative effects superimposed. The specific loss of around £15M profit on their Asian businesses (substantial, last PBT for Keller was £110M) and a 4% downtrend in stock markets. Doubtless some write-downs will be in order. So we could expect a share price fall of 15% + 5% =20% so although the current fall of 30% is arguably an overreaction it is not massively so given that some might fear further bad news. That said if I was not already invested I would think this would be a good entry point.
puffintickler
11/10/2018
10:35
Overreaction?I'd like to think so,other than it's difficult to assess how Trumps little tariff game might have unforeseen impact.One of UBS's economists is making that point today,saying that US companies earn substantial money overseas and could be the poorer for a trade war.Keller's problems in Malaysia might be specific but who knows,such contagion could spread with China slowing.We're in a bear market I suspect.The S&P has had such a good run and there are profits aplenty to take that could further depress the relatively dowdy stockmarkets eleswhere.
steeplejack
11/10/2018
08:47
I remember that game 'Snakes & Ladders'....... 8-(
jeffian
11/10/2018
08:45
Debt now the issue here as well, very frustrating for holders that a troubled sector of their business dragging the core down!
bookbroker
11/10/2018
08:11
Spanner merchants not in the loop ....... Often the case unfortunately :-(
hawaly
10/8/2018
12:30
£50,000 purchase by eng and ops director yesterday should underpin the price. Shows confidence as well above pocket money amount.
puffintickler
01/8/2018
06:16
Recently taken a long position in KLR, like the fundamentals and growth prospects. May have made the cut for the FTSE250 today, will be close. If not it won't take much share price growth to get there in Nov, IMO.. DYOR!
nick_dunton
01/8/2018
04:31
I'm here too. I've been in and out of KLR four times since 2007. Currently my largest holding built up mainly in 2014 but fortunately held nerve to top up for 650 in 2016. It always seems to have been a good business but because it depends heavily on external factors it needs to be watched. The current share price seems to be more than justified so I expect a steady rise from here, which, together with a good and progressive dividend, means I won't be selling anytime soon. I don't understand why KLR is not more popular, but who cares as long as it performs.
puffintickler
30/7/2018
09:57
Why start a new thread when there's a perfectly good one existing already? https://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=9300414
jeffian
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