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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
  0.40 0.35% 115.60 115.40 115.60 117.00 113.00 113.00 180,948 12:16:41
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 3,328.5 5.6 -0.1 - 516

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03/8/2021
19:13
Ammu, a shame then that Costain trails Kier, the market leader in regional construction in terms of size and market dominance. Please keep these spam-like posts for the Costain board, then posters here won't feel the need to paste a load of Kier-positive news all over the Costain board.
stdyeddy
02/8/2021
23:53
Oh! Hi there Wally. Good of you to pop in again :) It is much more interesting discussing with you rather than your little disciple. Have you noticed yet that the share price is firmly past £1? You do realise that if you'd bought Kier when you first started posting here and took up the open offer rights you'd be sitting on a small gain, right? Obviously it would have been a better entry point to go long when you were boasting about being short. So, what could your analysis be missing that keeps making you get the direction wrong? Did you ever hear the idea that markets are forward looking? I don't think I've ever said Kier are great, but now you mention it... If you don't like construction don't hold Kier. If you don't like recovery shares don't hold Kier. Otherwise you can be happy with the decent gains and positive outlook from holding a company that is delivering valuable projects in communities all around the country and all that with an increasing profit margin. I bought my shares for the recovery and that has been going well. As long as the market doesn't get too far ahead of itself I'm increasingly intending to hold them longer term.
petersw1
02/8/2021
21:15
Yep, you definitely learnt the hard way, didn't you wolly? Lost a load of money on a Kier short from 50p. I can see it hurts you. Of course all the lying you've done here has somewhat reduced the level of sympathy that there might be for you. How much did you lose?
stdyeddy
02/8/2021
20:16
Yes bound to make a fool of yourself by saying the company that has disappointed with its results for 5 years, will disappoint again. Let's have a little recap, Kier have; 1) issued 459 percent more shares in 2.5 years, to continue trading. 2) made well over 100p a share losses for the last 2 years. 3) lost roughly £200m a year in cash for the last 2 years. And Peter thinks Kier are great. Some people just have to learn the hard way.
wallywoo
02/8/2021
19:54
Quite a lot of comedy value in your post 22731 bathboy :) Part of me wants to believe that you're actually a comedian deliberately keeping us amused, but in reality I know we're laughing at you rather than with you. :/ I would feel bad except that you've already been warned that you're making a fool of yourself.
petersw1
02/8/2021
18:55
They all come out to play, all the poor people sat on losses, and desperate to push the price up, could be falling of a cliff when results out in 6 weeks, line up lemmings. 1,2,3 jump
bathboy2
02/8/2021
17:16
"and try and Diss me" Not a hard ask is it bathscum..? Are you old enough to vote? Because that would be a worry. Back to flipping burgers...and easy on the gherkins..
sparty1
02/8/2021
17:02
It's 'you're' not 'your' bathbot, both times. Now I'm not saying you're a TOTAL idiot, but I reckon you're at least a partial. Just like wolly. But please keep going; I might well be wrong -- maybe you ARE a total idiot. 😊
stdyeddy
02/8/2021
16:55
You think your very clever, but you don't have a clue, you keep thinking your intelligent, and try and Diss me, total idiot.
bathboy2
02/8/2021
14:53
Good work bathboy! You found a place where you can look the terms up all by yourself. The next big step is to see if you can make a coherent statement using them. Though I can see that is going to take quite some practice. Maybe you can find a friend to practice with in private so you don't go embarrassing yourself any further here?
petersw1
02/8/2021
13:36
But on lse the shares are listed as sold, explain,
bathboy2
02/8/2021
13:34
Look up operating profit on investopedia, then you grasp what can be hidden behind 'operating profit',
bathboy2
02/8/2021
13:27
You mean 'bought' not 'brought'. Only wolly is that stupid.
stdyeddy
02/8/2021
13:09
Think you might find shares sold not brought
bathboy2
02/8/2021
13:05
Come on then petersw, you explain the difference, operating profit is to me gross profit, but that never relatates to net profit, that's the true bottom line
bathboy2
02/8/2021
12:38
Bathboy, you're making a fool of yourself. I'd suggest you look up and try and understand the definitions of the words you're using before posting further.
petersw1
02/8/2021
11:27
Operating profit, is meaningless, what is the true profit after cost etc
bathboy2
02/8/2021
09:51
1.5m shares bought at 9.29am today. Potentially another big volume day. Someone stake-building?
stdyeddy
02/8/2021
09:28
Shut up wolly. "The Group expects to deliver a full year 2021 adjusted operating profit margin of approximately 3%."
stdyeddy
02/8/2021
09:10
10% of a 4bn+ turnover, but still the burning question, do they make money from it,??!!
bathboy2
02/8/2021
07:48
Hey rays back from Pride weekend in Brighton.
dil 21
02/8/2021
07:37
Our favourite construction firm continuing to win big revenue: Kier Highways was the largest recipient of Highways England spending in the last financial year, Construction News can reveal. The contractor earned £312m from its work with the government-owned roads body, putting it ahead of both Balfour Beatty and Costain, a Freedom of Information request has revealed. Kier’s Infrastructure and Overseas arm was also paid £158m in the period, meaning Kier earned a total of £470m (see first table). hTTps://www.constructionnews.co.uk/civils/highways-england-contractor-spend-revealed-02-08-2021/
stdyeddy
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