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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
  1.40 1.25% 113.80 113.40 113.80 115.80 112.80 115.00 1,953,511 16:35:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 3,328.5 5.6 -0.1 - 508

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14/7/2021
07:56
stdyeddy, I make it an average of twelve months since it is the FY number they discussed not the 2H number.
petersw1
14/7/2021
07:55
All of your 'pronouncements' on kier are negative and made from a position of ignorance. Why are you posting here?
stdyeddy
14/7/2021
07:46
Un-stdy, whatever pharma you are on, please can you let us know, as the utopian world you live in is amazing
bathboy2
14/7/2021
06:56
bathbrain; you appear to have intentionally misunderstood the explanation already given to you about the avg debt figure -- it's an average of six months; it will have come down dramatically for the last days of the last month. a better indication of Kier's new situation would've been expressed through the net debt at end of year, especially since that's the measure that they've been using for several years. Everything which you've concluded is wrong (as usual). All typical of wolly -- you are not fooling anyone. As for 'long road', no. It's easily possible that it's a six-month road before we hit zero debt and a discussion about dividends; Davies has already said that the debt position is better than management expected. £350m cash coming in from equity raise, plus £50m for second half, plus £50m for the next six months more than wipes out the 'avg debt'. Btw, 3% on £3.5bn is over £100m and Kier is anticipating growth -- construction is booming.
stdyeddy
14/7/2021
04:51
Operating profit, back to 3%, same as FY19, FY20 was 2.5%, but they lost money in both of these years, finance costs and other exceptionals took the money. The capital raise and sale of Kl monies, has probably been used to soften the strain here. This could be the reason for month end debt still being much the same. Kier may well have turned the corner, but this is still a very long road, especially in a very low margin industry
bathboy2
13/7/2021
19:08
See post 22513 The number is the average month-end net debt for FY21, so the sale happening in 2nd to last month of the period and the raise in the last month means they didn't have much effect on the average for the full year.
petersw1
13/7/2021
18:58
Just done some reading regarding the results, on construction enquirer website, it states that with 350m cash injection the month end debt still remains the same as before, where has the money gone??
bathboy2
13/7/2021
18:00
Both points are made in Joe Brent's note. The first point is lifted from slide 19 here: hTtps://www.kier.co.uk/media/6504/h1-results-presentation.pdf I don't have any direct source for the second point.
petersw1
13/7/2021
16:33
Hi Peter, do you know this for sure?? Do you work in Kier's pricing department??
bathboy2
13/7/2021
15:54
Stdy 22521 postPatience Stdy - this announcement is was never going to be spectacular, it's just not Davies' style. And i'm happy with that. Expect share price to progress slowly but surely towards 200, though it might take more than 12months. Fair enough. Biggest risk is the US bubble.
kierculpa
13/7/2021
15:53
Looks like a few of the 85p lads have folded but no major sell offs from the big fellas just have to wait till September for proper perspective so stick to my original plan I think good luck longs 👍🏻
ontheforks
13/7/2021
15:43
Lowest volume traded since 11th June.
petersw1
13/7/2021
15:38
Absorbed by: * Passing costs to customers with around half of the contracts being written to share or pass on such cost increases. * The contracts being fairly short duration and being followed by new contracts that are bid for to be profitable at inflated costs.
petersw1
13/7/2021
15:08
It is a muted reception from the market, it will possibly be tomorrow when it will show how the information has been absorbed. As for the analyst, how they can say increased costs will be absorbed, makes no sense, no firm at the moment, can cope with the increased material prices
bathboy2
13/7/2021
14:36
I`m sure he feels very sheepish about it.
sparty1
13/7/2021
14:05
A very muted reaction from the market so far. I'm guessing that people will digest the update and buy-in slowly over the next few weeks as analysts put out opinions and the market gets behind the business. The following is, I think, a representative comment: hTTps://capital.com/kier-group 'According to Joe Brent, an analyst at Liberum, the company is trading ahead of expectations, while he expects increasing input costs to be absorbed. “The balance sheet strength has been restored, with strong prospects,” he said.'
stdyeddy
13/7/2021
13:52
You are bitter and telling lies because you have lost. You said Kier was doomed, and you've been proven wrong, but you just can't let go. These outbursts from you make you look very stupid. You should be ashamed of yourself. More fullstops needed. 😊 You're stuck in the past sicko. Kier has very little debt now, a big order book and a slimmed down profitable business in a booming sector. Get used to it.
stdyeddy
13/7/2021
13:43
An actual lie sicko -- quick delete it with a full-stop! Kier took a £3.5m dividend from Solum sales last year. It will be a lot bigger this year.
stdyeddy
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