Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kingfisher Plc LSE:KGF London Ordinary Share GB0033195214 ORD 15 5/7P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  3.40 1.31% 263.60 5,512,332 16:35:13
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
262.70 262.90 264.00 258.90 259.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 11,513.00 103.00 0.40 659.0 5,562
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:49:37 O 2,458 262.269 GBX

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Kingfisher Daily Update: Kingfisher Plc is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KGF. The last closing price for Kingfisher was 260.20p.
Kingfisher Plc has a 4 week average price of 221p and a 12 week average price of 163.10p.
The 1 year high share price is 264p while the 1 year low share price is currently 101p.
There are currently 2,110,127,306 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,903,229 shares. The market capitalisation of Kingfisher Plc is £5,562,295,578.62.
the oak tree: I sold out entire holding this morning. They currently dont have an online option so while they will have had an amazing few weeks leading up to the lockdown it won't take long for that to be overtaken by their store closures. The click and collect and online store is only for essential items. Pity but there you go Have bought into Sainsbury today: far better investment in these times. Demand through the roof both in stores and online. Like most supermarkets they make very small margin, that only has to change a bit for them to make their best profits for a long time. With people staying at home and schools and resturants closed they are getting demand like never before. They also stand to benefit from £500m relesif from not paying business rates this next 12 months. Yet the share price has hardly moved. Results and update end of April when I expect a rerating. IMHO
the oak tree: RB - thanks for your views. Interesting your in the trades. Well thats us (UK) in a basic lock down. Not sure how that affects B&Q, if you have a burst pipe / need a new lock etc you need to get supplies from them quickly. Perhaps the drive through would work. But confident demand will be soaring from their internet site. Whether it and their delivery people can keep up with it is another matter. Thats a good problem to have though. Be interesting to see what happens with the share price in the next few days. I just have a feeling the CEO will be saying some postive stuff in about 2 weeks time when they realease theier update, albeit with a hellish backdrop to it all. Good luck all what ever you do. PS. its also intersting that there is no interest in this stock on eforums. Which again is a good sign as you get to by it for a lower prices.
m_kerr: i didn't buy! although in fairness the share price has held up because of the key underlying assets in the business. freehold property and screw fix. those are the key differentiators to the rest of the mass of mediocrity in UK retail. i believe there is plenty of value in the shares, but it will require a takeover or change in strategy to deliver it, and in the mean time, shareholder value is being destroyed little by little, by persevering with france, which has gone from bad to worse, and there are some shocking figures in the update.
whatsup32: As predicted (see above) Homebase’s problems have not helped Kingfisher. Although a rosy picture was presented in the latest results , it seems analysts could see through it and the share price dropped accordingly. Kingfisher continues to say all is good and she is on plan. I hope so for the holders
ed 123: Agree, EssentialInvestor. The share price is holding up better than I'd expected too on reading this update. Some of this poor update will be due to the weather, but there is an continuing, underlying decline in B and Q and Castorama. B&Q and Castorama profit must be poor in H1, due to operational gearing. Imv, they should not be doing the share buybacks. Look at the cashflow statement for the last full year. The buybacks are only delaying the eventual share price fall, imo. Maybe that's what the shorters are onto? (Apologies to holders and, before anyone asks, I've not short sold them. Just watching.)
whatsup32: Having tried in the UK Screwfix , B&Q and their competitor Wickes . I have to say I was. Impressed with the customer service and locally availability at Screwfix and the prices at Wickes. Not a fan of B&Q. As a holder of KGF I had hoped for a jump in the share price today but wasn’t to be.
ed 123: Btw, Home Depot continues to trade well. Share price has approximately tripled from 5 years ago. Market cap is about $200 billion. Kingfisher is around the same level as it was 5 years ago. Market cap <$10 billion. I suppose one view is that Home Depot dodged a potential drag on their performance by steering clear of Kingfisher? Not holding Kingfisher atm, but will read the update.
whatsup32: Upgrade from RBC Capital today , trading update 20th nov. May see some positive movement in share price before end of year.
whatsup32: Decent turnover of late with rising share price. Looking forward to trade update later this month
ed 123: ih_375993 and andyj. Long term? How long? 5 years is too slow for many, including myself. Kingfisher needs some nearer term excitement, imo, if the share price is to climb. Presently, they're clinging onto 300p ....... with the help of the share buybacks. Cantor Fitzgerald cuts price target from 340p to 325p. Some interim targets of 5 year plan being set back. How much disruption (in France, especially) is this 5 year plan causing? Why should France be performing so poorly? Is there another reason? Yes, Screwfix is going well and so is Poland. However, there's economic uncertainty ahead in the UK and France is a problem. I can't rate Kingfisher any better than a hold. Maybe a few pence to be had, trading the ups and downs? Goes ex a 3.33p dividend on 5th October. Just my guess, but I think we'll see 290p before the end of October. And 12 months from now? Still around 300p?
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