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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kier Group Plc LSE:KIE London Ordinary Share GB0004915632 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00 -0.91% 108.60 108.00 108.40 114.20 106.00 114.20 1,181,251 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 3,328.5 5.6 -0.1 - 485

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02/7/2021
13:11
hTTps://newsroom.tiktok.com/en-gb/tiktok-kicks-off-partnership-with-wrexham-afc-uk
rayfenn
02/7/2021
13:10
I am Mr Fenn to you. Only my real mates can call me Ray. Parkinson is stepping down numerous divisions you plonker. hTTps://www.wrexhamafc.co.uk/news/ne...at-wrexham-afc Wrexham AFC are delighted to confirm the appointment of Phil Parkinson as first-team manager, on a 12-month rolling contract. Parkinson, 53, boasts nearly two decades’ experience as a manager, and has become highly respected in the game during a managerial career that has seen him take charge of six different clubs. During his time in the dug-out, Parkinson – who also played more than 500 league games in an 18-year playing career – has won promotion on three occasions. He arrives at the Racecourse Ground having most recently managed at Sunderland, replacing Dean Keates – who departed at the end of his contract last month. And on taking charge at Wrexham AFC, Parkinson said: “Once the plans of the Chairmen were explained to me, the decision to join Wrexham was very easy. Wrexham are an EFL Club in all but the one thing that matters, league status, and we have a very clear objective with the work starting immediately. “The Club didn’t need selling to me, it sold itself and I wanted to be part of the journey this Club is about to embark upon. “We have a lot to do to be ready for August 21 and in the next seven weeks the aim is to add quality players to the existing squad, and create an environment and culture which gives us the best possible chance of promotion.” He emerged as the ideal candidate to spearhead Wrexham’s bid to return to the English Football League, after a month-long process that considered the relative merits of over 60 applicants. Commenting on Parkinson’s appointment, co-Chairmen, Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds said: “The process put in place by Les Reed, Shaun Harvey, Humphrey Ker & Fleur Robinson was thorough, and we were presented with any number of good options, all of whom would have been very credible managers for the Club. “We’d like to thank all those that applied for the role but once we knew Phil was interested, he was our man and we got him. “Phil has an immediate objective of gaining promotion but is conscious of our ambitions for the Club and embraced each element of our vision.” As a player, Parkinson came through the youth ranks at Southampton, before making his Football League debut with Bury and then spending more than a decade with Reading. At the conclusion of his playing career, his first managerial job was at Colchester United, who he led to promotion to the Football League Championship in 2006. He moved to Hull City and then Charlton Athletic – joining the latter as first an assistant, before replacing Alan Pardew as manager. In his next managerial job, at Bradford City, Parkinson earned national recognition after leading the fourth-tier Bantams to the 2012/13 League Cup Final. They earned promotion to League One at the end of the same season, before more cup giant-killing when they beat Chelsea in the FA Cup at Stamford Bridge in the following campaign. Parkinson earned the third promotion of his career, with Bolton Wanderers, in 2016/17 and has since managed Sunderland. He will be joined by Steve Parkin as Assistant Manager with at least one further appointment to follow. Wrexham AFC would like to wish Phil and Steve a very warm welcome to the Racecourse Ground.
rayfenn
02/7/2021
09:10
So do you Sparty...it is called the DM.
zicopele
01/7/2021
15:07
Zico how's ya short doing you making money now 😂
ontheforks
01/7/2021
14:46
hTTps://www.wrexhamafc.co.uk/news/ne...at-wrexham-afc Wrexham AFC are delighted to confirm the appointment of Phil Parkinson as first-team manager, on a 12-month rolling contract. Parkinson, 53, boasts nearly two decades’ experience as a manager, and has become highly respected in the game during a managerial career that has seen him take charge of six different clubs. During his time in the dug-out, Parkinson – who also played more than 500 league games in an 18-year playing career – has won promotion on three occasions. He arrives at the Racecourse Ground having most recently managed at Sunderland, replacing Dean Keates – who departed at the end of his contract last month. And on taking charge at Wrexham AFC, Parkinson said: “Once the plans of the Chairmen were explained to me, the decision to join Wrexham was very easy. Wrexham are an EFL Club in all but the one thing that matters, league status, and we have a very clear objective with the work starting immediately. “The Club didn’t need selling to me, it sold itself and I wanted to be part of the journey this Club is about to embark upon. “We have a lot to do to be ready for August 21 and in the next seven weeks the aim is to add quality players to the existing squad, and create an environment and culture which gives us the best possible chance of promotion.” He emerged as the ideal candidate to spearhead Wrexham’s bid to return to the English Football League, after a month-long process that considered the relative merits of over 60 applicants. Commenting on Parkinson’s appointment, co-Chairmen, Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds said: “The process put in place by Les Reed, Shaun Harvey, Humphrey Ker & Fleur Robinson was thorough, and we were presented with any number of good options, all of whom would have been very credible managers for the Club. “We’d like to thank all those that applied for the role but once we knew Phil was interested, he was our man and we got him. “Phil has an immediate objective of gaining promotion but is conscious of our ambitions for the Club and embraced each element of our vision.” As a player, Parkinson came through the youth ranks at Southampton, before making his Football League debut with Bury and then spending more than a decade with Reading. At the conclusion of his playing career, his first managerial job was at Colchester United, who he led to promotion to the Football League Championship in 2006. He moved to Hull City and then Charlton Athletic – joining the latter as first an assistant, before replacing Alan Pardew as manager. In his next managerial job, at Bradford City, Parkinson earned national recognition after leading the fourth-tier Bantams to the 2012/13 League Cup Final. They earned promotion to League One at the end of the same season, before more cup giant-killing when they beat Chelsea in the FA Cup at Stamford Bridge in the following campaign. Parkinson earned the third promotion of his career, with Bolton Wanderers, in 2016/17 and has since managed Sunderland. He will be joined by Steve Parkin as Assistant Manager with at least one further appointment to follow. Wrexham AFC would like to wish Phil and Steve a very warm welcome to the Racecourse Ground.
rayfenn
01/7/2021
14:16
Johnny...how is that Kier legal case against Wally going?
zicopele
01/7/2021
12:29
wally has de camped for the other thread.. But has no Thread Cred anywhere.
sparty1
01/7/2021
11:56
Lol, it's a small cap, don't put big dosh in it. £20k max IMO. All my money is in defensive dividend paying shares imb, GSK, BP, cey, fres, poly
wallywoo
01/7/2021
11:41
wolly, do the people on FRES know about your lies on here? Peter makes a very good point; you're actually a ramper for a dodgy hole-in-the-ground 'investment goldmine'. If you thought that slagging off Kier and getting it massively wrong would create 'credentials' for you with innocent FRES newbie investors, I think perhaps we should let them know what you're up to.
stdyeddy
01/7/2021
11:14
It's not the end of summer so your tip still has some time to play out, but anyone selling when you recommended would have missed out on a 16% rise KIE in exchange of a stock that is in a downward trend is loss making and has a negative NAV.
petersw1
01/7/2021
11:03
hmm, where might ramping a stock have more effect? One that has a spread of 5% and typically less than 30 trades a day or one with 100s to 1000s or trades and a spread of 0.3%?
petersw1
01/7/2021
10:36
Andrew Davies needs to concentrate on Kier generating any cash at all (I don't expect H2 to be any different). There are 1000's of investors that have learnt the hard way that Kier and poor balance sheet companies in this sector (Carillion, Interserve, Jarvis Connaught) are terrible investments.That's why they have to employ loads of share rampers who post no where else to try and generate share demand.
wallywoo
01/7/2021
07:42
Poor ol' wolly chops; just can't let it go. And now he's 'ramping' for some foreigners claiming to be throwing money into a hole in the ground in the back of beyond. Thar's gold in them 'ills, I tell ya!! Evidently no shame whatsoever. Meanwhile, back in the cradle of the industrial revolution, our favourite construction firm's shareprice continues on its march to £2. Just 7 business days left before we see the full-year update and the next leg-up for the share price on this very real company employing 16,000 Brits, building the schools, hospitals, roads, coastal defences, submarine bases, and broadband infrastructure of our great nation. Easy investment choice.
stdyeddy
01/7/2021
07:22
Hi Wally. Do you lie at the food bank too so they put an extra tin in? Get lost and stop telling fibs. You sold at 50p? Yes 50p and we are trading at £1.32. You and Zico are idiots. Andrew Davies has seen you off.
johnbuythedips
01/7/2021
06:19
Peter, I am not at least surprised that someone that thinks a investment that has issues 459 percent more shares in 2.5 years and not generated any cash at all for 5 years (and lost plenty) is a fantastic investment, thinks OMI is a poor one. I invested substantially in OMI in 2018 with the share price around 3p, I sold our last year at 40p. I have invested again for the next leg up at 14-16. It moves fast when it goes. I don't think you will ever understand investments that make money, OMI is risky yes, but can rise extremely rapidly since there are very few good early gold mining investments in the world. While there are millions of builders, many of which fall into administration.
wallywoo
30/6/2021
09:04
Well Fenn was right ..VOG news this morning and the news is that the news is delayed..lol What we do know is massive debt, no profits, loans and finance in place and further misery for shareholders.. Been the same for 15years..
sparty1
30/6/2021
09:02
In the last week Construction Enquirer have reported on small construction firms being placed in administration, it just made me think if banks are putting the squeeze on small firms ahead of HMG coming to an end? We also have reports that consumer savings do not exceed debt level- so where will the money come to fund some part of private sector?
stutes
29/6/2021
16:36
Can you believe this? wolly has actually bothered to post on lse (as hinkcley) saying the sky is falling again. He is such a prat! Anyway, back in the real world. Down 2p after a near 20% rise over a few days. A pause for breath. End of year tomorrow. Trading update in less than a fortnight.
stdyeddy
29/6/2021
12:43
At least you recognise your mistakes unlike a certain "experienced investor" :)
petersw1
29/6/2021
12:38
Not sure why wally thinks OMI is a good investment. I haven't looked in detail but it seems to be digger upper of shiny metals that struggles to turn a profit despite shiny metals being at high prices.
petersw1
29/6/2021
12:34
Ah I see, who's the idiot now, looks in mirror, oops
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