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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
  0.60 0.52% 115.80 116.80 117.00 117.20 113.00 113.00 6,489,623 16:35:24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 3,328.5 5.6 -0.1 - 517

Kier Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/8/2021
12:42
After the last equity issue in December 18, Kier had a 2/3 month period where the share price rallied from the issue price (409) to around 550 /575 range. So those investors may well of been dining on steak in February 19, but they were eating bread and dripping in June 19 when the share price went under 100!!! I believe we are currently in that honeymoon period. Let history be your friend here, not the scores of rampers on this BB!!!
wallywoo
25/8/2021
11:56
I would imagine those who bought at 50p would be ordering a nice piece of steak for their darling doggy.. You two clearly have an issue with Kier not related to share price value. Let it go. It will destroy you. Wrong is wrong.
sparty1
25/8/2021
11:51
If It was a dog it would be put down
bathboy2
25/8/2021
11:50
The mountain of debt will always strangle it, in a government and private low margin industry, if I was a dog, it would have been put to sleep by now lol
bathboy2
25/8/2021
11:18
Lol sparty, anyone who has been commenting on a share for well over 2 years will be right and wrong some of that time. I could just as easily point out Stdy urging investors to buy at £1.50 in September 19. Those investors would not only be down with no dividends, but also be forced to fork out a lot more money so not to be diluted. Nothing changes the facts here that Kier have issued 454 percent more shares in 3 years, and have still yet to generate any cash at all!! This has been a dog investment historically. I believe will continue to be in the future. It has lots of posts from people who post no where else and think it is the bargain of the century because there are a lot more shares in circulation. The best investments are often the ones with few posters and issue few extra shares and quietly pay a return.
wallywoo
25/8/2021
10:35
" Please don't listen to Stdy, he is bad for your wealth." Bit rich Wally! Coming from someone urging shorts at 50p..
sparty1
25/8/2021
09:34
I've read the February prospectus and it states debt as 770m, page 102, think debt reassessed in 2025, keep pushing the can down the road,
bathboy2
25/8/2021
08:45
Come on wolly -- APOLOGISE!! WE ARE IN THE 130s NOW AND HEADING UPWARDS. HIGH TIME YOU APOLOGISED WOLLY 'HEARTEDLY' AS YOU SAID. LOL!!! 😂🤣😂 YOU SHOULD BE ASHAMED FOR NOT KEEPING YOUR WORD WOLLY-CHOPS!!!
stdyeddy
25/8/2021
05:52
Well he has to be upbeat, he can hardly say anything else, maybe the results will shine a light,
bathboy2
24/8/2021
19:43
You might not be able to see dividends, but the chief executive has indicated this in the cash raise prospectus and he's in a better position to judge: Dividend or pay-out policy Following completion of the Capital Raise, and recognising the importance of the Group maintaining a strong and growing capital base, Kier will target a sustainable dividend cover of around three times earnings through the cycle
bluecash
24/8/2021
19:40
Observation has probably been already made but I'm convinced that Wally and Bathboy are one and the same. The similarities in writing style and untempered and continuous negativity are not a coincidence. Sad.
rikky72
24/8/2021
17:56
Kiers true debt to banks etc totals over 800m, packaged debt still has to be serviced, and has end dates, some i believe at best until 2025 cant see dividends for many a long year
bathboy2
24/8/2021
16:39
bathboy, you seem to have been misled. Kier has debt of not much more than £100m, on turnover of about £4bn and annual profits likely to be around £120m. Total debt covered by one year's earnings. That is a very low debt figure and depending on the CEO's decision on dividends, debt might even be zero this time next year. These are the approximate numbers suggested in the last trading update. The full results in three weeks time should confirm them. Kier is no longer 'at risk', if it ever was. Andrew Davies recent interview with the FT confirmed what a few people here had been saying about Kier for some time, the government was never going to let another major construction firm fail straight after Carillion and Interserve. Your talk of Armageddon should be directed towards religious zealots instead of Kier investors.
bluecash
24/8/2021
15:56
That's a bit rich, calling Wally a liar, his take on the facts is more believable, until kiers debt is fully behind them, they are going to be at risk, wait until 2023, when the government turn the money taps off again, armageddon for kier and any others who are not cash rich by then
bathboy2
24/8/2021
15:50
Wolly, earlier today I compared your face to a baboon's red bottom, and I really feel that I should apologise. I think it was very unfair of me, so I apologise, from the bottom of my heart -- to baboons everywhere. I realise that I have besmirched the reputation of baboons by comparing your lying mug to their simian posteriors. It was a misjudgement on my part; even if a baboon's bum is sometimes dung-smeared, smelly and livid, it is of course a hundred times better than the visage of one wallywoo, who refuses to live up to his promises, made publicly, here on this board, in writing. Baboons: I hope you can forgive me.
stdyeddy
24/8/2021
13:19
Come on wolly -- APOLOGISE!! WE ARE IN THE 130s NOW AND HEADING UPWARDS. HIGH TIME YOU APOLOGISED WOLLY 'HEARTEDLY' AS YOU SAID. LOL!!! 😂🤣😂 YOU SHOULD BE ASHAMED FOR NOT KEEPING YOUR WORD WOLLY-CHOPS!!! I KNOW THAT YOU'RE READING THIS WITH A FACE LIKE A RED-FACED BABOON'S BUM!!! HEE HEE HEE...
stdyeddy
24/8/2021
09:23
You cretin. —- Stdy, johnbuythelosers, Sparty. I am fine with you ramping this stock,as long as you all promise to apologize to the BB when the share price falls below 50 in the coming few weeks? I will heartedly apologize if it rallies above 100
johnbuythedips
24/8/2021
08:48
Lol, yes 2 years, where Kier's; 1) share price has changed very little 2) they have had to issue 175 percent more shares to survive a little longer 3) they have paid no dividends and have made well over 100p per each year share losses. I feel so ashamed because I don't like this investment.!!! What happens next is uncertain, but it will bound to disappoint!! Please don't listen to Stdy, he is bad for your wealth.
wallywoo
24/8/2021
08:29
Not quite spartz. Wolly's descent into trolldom has been fully exposed on here, thanks in large part to peter. Wolly was long on Interserve, convinced they would recover and then had his holding pretty much wiped out. That was the experience which led him to think that any construction firm with any debt would be a good short, so he then shorted Kier but got wiped out again. Obviously he is bitter and twisted. This is where the denouement for wollychops really started -- the afternoon of 19 July, just five weeks ago, when peter pointed out that wallzo had been long on Interserve: petersw1 19 Jul '21 - 12:17 - post number 22617. I then showed the detail of wolly's lies in a series of posts immediately after, and he has finally thrown the towel in, after two years of continuous lying on this board.
stdyeddy
24/8/2021
08:21
looks like wally has passed the baton to battyboy. Both in the "sacked by kier" club I reckon.
sparty1
24/8/2021
08:00
Month end debt was not 436m. As usual, complete rubbish from you. As for being very surprised, you must have been very surprised for the entire three months that you've been using your 'bathboy' name here, since everything you've posted so far has been untrue.
stdyeddy
24/8/2021
07:35
Kier have had a cash injection of 330m, but month end debt was 436m, are kier really making inroads in to this, in a very challenging market, with all the lost days still happening because of covid and material/labour costs/shortages, I will be very surprised
bathboy2
23/8/2021
19:36
Sicko, where've you been? How come you no longer post on here every day? I'm glad to see you agreeing with wet-behind-the-ears bathberk; birds of a feather like you and him belong together. Both utterly stupid and consistently wrong. On the question of 'resources' Kier has, as you know full well, recently had a cash injection of £330m, but last year, even without that cash it still delivered £3.5bn in projects and remains one of the largest UK construction firms. Interesting price action today -- rising volume and price on a flat day overall for the markets. Three weeks to the annual results. A good omen I think.
stdyeddy
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