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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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08/9/2021
11:05
wolly!!! I thought you had died! Since you are still here, and have read all of my posts, don't you think it's time that you apologised for being so wrong about Kier? You said that you would. Regarding Kier and MGNS, the fundamental fact which you have always overlooked is that Kier is a large business, much larger than MGNS in fact, with strong revenue which will be generating large profits now that the 'great restructuring' is over. MGNS has historically managed its finances better than Kier's last management team, but I am looking to the future. Lessons have been learned, especially from the failures at Carillion and Interserve, and clients recognise that construction firms need a reasonable margin to survive and finish the job. Kier's margin has been increasing steadily since Davies took over and I'm expecting that trend to continue for a while. Also, Kier paid out large dividends until quite recently, and Davies has laid out an initial plan for dividends returning here (one third of profits to be paid out in dividends) although not the timeline, so I am not expecting payouts this year, but maybe in 2022. Profits for next year are forecast to be around £140m to £157m btw. This final half-year may well have generated £70m. If it has, we are on track for a very rapid recovery. The reality, which has already set-in for you, is that Kier has survived and is successfully rebuilding its balance sheet. A fwd p/e of 4 is far too low for this business, and we will see a re-rating of this share over the next fortnight.
stdyeddy
08/9/2021
10:43
Lol Stdy. Mgns have paid a increasing dividend for over 20 years. Kie pays none.Mgns have issued around 4 percent extra shares (as incentives) in the last 3 years. Kier have issued 454 percent in a desperate attempt to keep trading.Mgns have a long record of reducing costs and increasing revenues. Kier always have a queue of party's to take their cash, and have decreased revenue for 3 years.What will be the debt restructuring charge this time? Kier have kept that very quiet!!!!This is Just the post equity issue honeymoon before reality sets in!!
wallywoo
08/9/2021
08:25
Looks like everyone's waiting till next update and not pushing share price past £1.30 not supprised really after last few updates being steady
ontheforks
08/9/2021
08:25
Looks like everyone's waiting till next update and not pushing share price past £1.30 not supprised really after last few updates being steady
ontheforks
07/9/2021
19:12
What is Morgan sindall debt levels??, and haven't sold the family jewels to survive, hardly a comparison
bathboy2
07/9/2021
14:33
More on our favourite construction firm's performance against the top performer, Morgan Sindall (url and extract below). Keep in mind that Kier's forward p/e based on the latest trading update and the board's forecast on earnings is around a lowly 4. Morgan Sindall's actual p/e is 24. Arguably that shows that if Kier keeps heading in the right direction in terms of profitability and rebuilding the finances, six times p/e is achievable (£7.50!!). I am not expecting that any time soon, but if our close peer can do it, Kier must surely be capable of it too. Full-year results out next week. hTTps://buildingproducts.co.uk/value-new-construction-contract-awards-might-dwindled-just-blip/ ...Amidst all this, two of the industry’s most consistent high performers took the top two positions on the BCLive league table. Morgan Sindall and Kier Group are engaged in a monthly battle to see which company will secure the highest number of new contract awards. Kier Group came out on top this month, landing an astonishing 34. But that wasn’t enough to stop Morgan Sindall topping the BCLive league table with a 15 contract haul valued at £521 million.
stdyeddy
07/9/2021
09:01
Contracts league rankings: Kier’s strong performance during the month pushes it up to second [for the year to date] – its best result in the annual league since March. hTTps://www.constructionnews.co.uk/news/league-tables-news/morgan-sindall-strides-to-top-league-after-landing-bumper-rail-contract-07-09-2021/
stdyeddy
02/9/2021
13:10
Please make sure we are kept informed if it goes up by another .03%..
rikky72
02/9/2021
13:04
RNS alert! Quick, we best comment before tradertrev tells us off again! BlackRock are back above 5% at 5.03%.
petersw1
02/9/2021
11:37
Sparty goes to no parties, read Rizzy on lse, and what is everyone waiting for,, makes for good reading
bathboy2
01/9/2021
10:50
bathtit. "obviously lost a lot of money on kier," Stupid twonk.. Pay attention.
sparty1
31/8/2021
20:59
Looks like they did pretty well out of the firm placing and open offer. Bought 28.8m at 85p and sold 13.6m of them for somewhere probably not too far off 130p. ~50% gain and now back to similar percentage of the total shares as before the raise.
petersw1
31/8/2021
19:14
You never know, they could be sensible, bail out now before price crashes, lol
bathboy2
31/8/2021
18:39
Thank goodness you're here to help us tradertrev -- now that you've revealed your own amazing insight, I'm wondering how we've managed to get through the last couple of years without you. If you wade through the 10,000 messages in the last 18 months, you'll find some insight, plus the usual advfn pointlessness (mostly the latter) because it's advfn! 😊
stdyeddy
31/8/2021
18:10
Well, this board certainly isn't majoring on information/insight! No-one has noted that the Aviva holding has just gone from 8% to 5%. Happily for longs, Aviva Investors are almost certainly (in Clarkson voice) the worst institutional fund managers....in the world.
tradertrev
31/8/2021
15:29
Small correction needed there stdyeddy. It is nearly 4 months overdue, not 4 weeks.
petersw1
31/8/2021
15:00
And there's a funny thing wallo-chops -- I was going to add that since we've already had a load of posts from you under your original-and-worst wallywoo monicker today, that it must be time for you to wheel out the always grimey bathtimeboy messages. I forgot, but lo and behold, there he is, with your trademark wet-behind-the-ears comments!!
stdyeddy
31/8/2021
14:53
Sparty and stdy, you really haven't a clue, desperate, sad and obviously lost a lot of money on kier, and foolishly hoping kier gets back to £10 +, and pays a hefty dividend yearly, i would have to say it won't do either, especially on low value frameworks, lol
bathboy2
31/8/2021
12:30
Another contract, won through one of the many frameworks which Kier is on: Procured through the Southern Construction Framework (SCF), Kier has been appointed by the University of Plymouth to deliver the refurbishment of Intercity Place. hTTps://www.pbctoday.co.uk/news/planning-construction-news/plymouth-intercity-place/98489/
stdyeddy
31/8/2021
12:13
wally, wally, wally... so silly. I am not saying 'buy' or 'sell' anything. You're the one always giving out bad investment advice, like telling people to sell Kier just before it gains 300% in 8 months. Btw, this rather large builder which you describe as 'small cap' is only temporarily down here at 128p, and that's despite already gaining 300%. As you have pointed out, it's emerging from a trough in its share price. I am rather excited about that.
stdyeddy
31/8/2021
12:08
Lol, buying a stock that is very over valued (Kier), with a terrible track record and negative net assets, that pays no dividend is sensible?? Where buying a quality stock with lots of assets that is cheap and paying a high dividend is stupid? I don't think so Who knows the future, but it will be very volatile and uncertain. If you study history whenever, these conditions prevail precious metals miners are one of the few assets to do very well and preserve wealth. Not builders with negative net assets.
wallywoo
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