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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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  1.20 2.61% 47.20 246,083 16:35:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
46.64 47.98 47.08 44.68 46.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 3,422.50 -225.30 -168.90 107
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:00 UT 4,679 47.20 GBX

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31/10/2020
08:20
Kier Daily Update: Kier Group Plc is listed in the Construction & Materials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KIE. The last closing price for Kier was 46p.
Kier Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 42.90p and a 12 week average price of 42.90p.
The 1 year high share price is 154.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 42.90p.
There are currently 227,674,938 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 825,674 shares. The market capitalisation of Kier Group Plc is £107,462,570.74.
27/10/2020
08:58
johnbuythedips: I do not try and discredit you. You do it yourself. You are despicable. On the eve of the Kier sell off you called for a suspension on the close. This is the behaviour of somebody who is still short. The following day the RNS sent the share price north and wiped out the leveraged shorts. You then claim to bake £100 grand. You tell this board on a daily basis that Kier are going out of business get you won’t sell because it takes a year to get at your money. You tell the board you’ve gone long BP, the share price tanks from 235p and when challenged you tell the board it doesn’t matter - it’s just a tax free ISA for 2-3 years! Despite saying you would not short Kier you tell the board you have a 50 offer in that won’t get filled because the share price is going to make new lows. You accuse genuine investors of ramping when you are posting on the board untruths daily - usually followed by posts from fellow trolls. You make a big effort to post untruths about Kier over the weekend. You are a liar.
26/10/2020
14:32
sparty1: Rupert Hargreaves has a reasonable record of sharepicks. This from three days ago. Re KIER From a price of nearly 1,500p just three years ago, the stock is now changing hands at a shade under 50p, its lowest level since the company’s IPO in 1996. Granted, the group is still trying to work through some severe problems. However, I think this could be an excellent opportunity to buy this business at a discount price. Today, I’m going to explain why. Kier share price value In 2017, the construction group was flying high. Profits were rising, balance sheet looked clean, and management was able to pay a hefty annual dividend of 66p to investors. Unfortunately, over the next few years, the company’s growth story started to unravel. Cost overruns caused losses to spiral and concerns about its balance sheet began to surface. Management had to act quickly to stabilise the enterprise. The company tapped shareholders for extra cash, slashed costs and sold assets. It seems as if these initiatives have paid off. The company is now on a much more stable footing than it was two years ago. But this isn’t reflected in the Keir share price. Investors have continued to sell the stock despite its improving fundamentals. I think it may be worth taking advantage of this disconnect. City analysts are expecting the company to report a net profit of £59m for fiscal 2021, that’s around 33p per share. This puts the Kier share price on a forward price-to-earnings (P/E) multiple of 1.4. No matter what one thinks the business, that’s dirt cheap. At the same time, as one of the largest construction groups in the country, Kier could benefit in the years ahead from government stimulus. Government stimulus Boris Johnson as already said the UK would spend £100bn over the next few years on infrastructure projects. Keir could be one of the primary beneficiaries of this. That suggests the company’s sales could grow steadily in the years ahead. Even without the additional spending, the firm has the potential to earn steady profits based on its past performance. Several years of profitability and cash generation will alleviate concern about the company’s balance sheet. This would, hopefully, lead to improved investor sentiment towards the business. The Keir share price should increase in value as a result. Even a slight improvement could lead to significant returns for investors. Indeed, the UK construction sector is trading at an average P/E of 8. Even if Keir’s valuation was just half of this average, the stock could rise by more than 150% from current levels, according to my calculations. That’s why I believe the Kier share price could be one of the best opportunities on the market today, considering the company’s outlook and recent progress in reducing costs." Clearly, Hargreaves is right ,becasue he agrees with me!
17/9/2020
21:30
stdyeddy: Relax stupid. I'm just yanking your chain. You take yourself too seriously. And as for that boring prck here; 'cash is king'?? More out-of-date cliches!! Read the news dummy. Bank of England is looking at NEGATIVE INTEREST RATES!!! Why do you think the lenders just extended Kier's loan covenants without even increasing their interest rates? Hasn't it sunk in yet? Kier is in practically the only sector that is good for cash. Retail, hospitality, travel, banking itself, almost every sector is bombed out apart from pharma (so Woodford wasn't so wrong, was he? Just badly timed.) The banks know that Kier can and will pay 'em back. It's everyone else that they're worried about. Kier's debt looks like a non-story right now. They've got a great order book and they've restructured. Again! Davies might be the only CEO in recent history to kitchen-sink his company twice in one year! KIE simply cannot go any lower. Regardless of where the share price goes short-term, the firm is fine. Johnbtd and nomdeplume are right. Only worry is share price dilution, but even that would be momentary at these levels. P/E is one! Priced to go bust, but now kier can't go bust. It simply has too much business and willing lenders. If a rights issue went 3 for 1, the 1 would still end up worth more than a £1 straight after recapitalisation. And that's before we even see a bid for the business. Galliford or Balfour could buy Kier. I am very tempted to get back in. GLA
02/9/2020
10:23
johnbuythedips: Good to see house prices hit all time highs! I am sure a few of the trolls were mocking my investment in Canterbury (20% and holding). LOL Kent has really benefited from the London exodus too. All commercial property fully let too. Never been better. Getting frustrated with the KIE share price scuffing along down here. I still think that there will be a positive announcement about KL despite Davies almost single-handedly kiboshing it with the update. Looking forward to clarity very shortly. Been keeping a close eye on Saga too. Kent based and have some investments in Folkestone. Interesting goings on there. Personally I still believe this is a gift down here but only for the risk averse. Do your own research of course. Really looking forward to seeing this unfold.
28/8/2020
17:39
imastu pidgitaswell: DYOR, wot like your alternative login? spot the difference: valueinvestor17 21 Aug '20 - 14:20 - 15713 of 15746 0 2 1 Kier Group is continuously improving and is positioned in a currently super growth industry with a truly impressive Order Book on seemingly well enhanced margins, however for some unjustified/strange reason, KIE share price is currently priced at close to Zero without any confirmed announcements (which may include positive updates on KL) whatsoever to justify this extremely low nonsense valuation, only huge upside potential awaits here ahead with minimal to now likely Zero downside risks here in my opinion. back2basics1 22 Aug '20 - 06:18 - 15738 of 15746 0 0 1 Kier Group is continuously improving and is positioned in a currently super growth industry with a truly impressive Order Book on seemingly well enhanced margins, however for some unjustified/strange reason, KIE share price is currently priced at close to Zero without any confirmed announcements (which may include positive updates on KL) whatsoever to justify this extremely low nonsense valuation, only huge upside potential awaits here ahead with minimal to now likely Zero downside risks here in my opinion.
28/8/2020
17:31
valueinvestor17: Kier Group efficiency has certainly much improved under the new executive team, this has become clearly evident from their contractor/supply chain management feedback in the last 1 year+, Order Book has also significantly improved during same period seemingly on improved margins, I guess we will know soon enough by 17 September how the way forward will look but nevertheless IMO, KIE share price now looks way oversold and trading very much under "Fair Value" based on visible facts/fundamentals and thereby, pricing in only doom and gloom here via unrealistically pessimistic scenarios, please DYOR.
22/8/2020
13:03
imastu pidgitaswell: Yep – spot the difference: valueinvestor17 21 Aug '20 - 14:20 - 15713 of 15746 0 2 1 Kier Group is continuously improving and is positioned in a currently super growth industry with a truly impressive Order Book on seemingly well enhanced margins, however for some unjustified/strange reason, KIE share price is currently priced at close to Zero without any confirmed announcements (which may include positive updates on KL) whatsoever to justify this extremely low nonsense valuation, only huge upside potential awaits here ahead with minimal to now likely Zero downside risks here in my opinion. back2basics1 22 Aug '20 - 06:18 - 15738 of 15746 0 0 1 Kier Group is continuously improving and is positioned in a currently super growth industry with a truly impressive Order Book on seemingly well enhanced margins, however for some unjustified/strange reason, KIE share price is currently priced at close to Zero without any confirmed announcements (which may include positive updates on KL) whatsoever to justify this extremely low nonsense valuation, only huge upside potential awaits here ahead with minimal to now likely Zero downside risks here in my opinion. Meantime the share price at an all time low. Debt (average monthly), be it this year or next year (whoever thinks that is referring to 2021 when they say 'current financial year' needs a reality check) c£450m, market cap under £150m. free stock charts from uk.advfn.com
21/8/2020
13:20
valueinvestor17: Kier Group is continuously improving and is positioned in a currently super growth industry with a truly impressive Order Book on seemingly well enhanced margins, however for some unjustified/strange reason, KIE share price is currently priced at close to Zero without any confirmed announcements (which may include positive updates on KL) whatsoever to justify this extremely low nonsense valuation, only huge upside potential awaits here ahead with minimal to now likely Zero downside risks here in my opinion.
20/8/2020
15:50
valueinvestor17: Kier seems to be absolutely pushing all right buttons and making all the right moves since new team has taken over,COVID-19 may be a glitch but IMHO Kier Group has a very bright future ahead. KIE share price is now clearly extremely oversold on little or no confirmed news and again IMHO, a huge share price bounce back resulting in a massive rally here can now be imminently expected. GLA
07/8/2020
07:53
valueinvestor17: Kier is in the booming sector with little viable competition which has become even more evident post the demise of Carillon, also, borrowing is the cheapest it has ever been and many many companies are now increasingly utilising this ultra low rate environment, hence, Kier Group with it's truly impressive £8 bn+ order book (seemingly on improving margins) has IMHO a fantastic future ahead and the currently much undervalued KIE share price will not continue at these very depressed levels for much longer.
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