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KGF Kingfisher Plc

3.70 (1.68%)
29 Sep 2023 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Kingfisher Plc KGF London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
3.70 1.68% 223.30 16:35:02
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
220.40 220.20 224.40 223.30 219.60
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Kingfisher KGF Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Ex Date Record Date Payment Date

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Posted at 19/9/2023 19:05 by essentialinvestor
Hi Dean, tbf I don't have enough knowledge on the French DIY market to comment; what I can say is if you go back about 8-9 years, France was their most profitable country by some margin (on a pre tax profit basis).

The CEO talks a good talk, but that reduction in guidance, taking pre tax to below £600 million is pretty poor. KGF made more on pre tax in FY 2010 and that's without allowing for any inflation since.
Posted at 25/5/2023 16:46 by scooo

Yes, ex-dividend today 25th May 2023.

Final dividend of 8.6p to be paid on 3rd July 2023.
Posted at 25/5/2023 16:23 by scooo
KGF were caught sleeping by the advance of Amazon and other online competition some years back, and suffered badly for it. They now promote their own e-commerce proposition and of course have an extensive store network to give comprehensive appeal.

Amazon et al will achieve a significant & permanent presence in the market place but will level off at some point, which may not be too far off.

The direct in-store proposition has its advantages for DIY in terms of immediacy, inspection, advice and return convenience. I think the current share price undervalues KGF combined online & instore strengths, and overestimates the further potential of pure online players to take market share.

The disappointing historic share performance has reflected the earlier online attrition but the future outlook may be somewhat more robust.
Posted at 25/5/2023 16:23 by gswredland
Am I correct in thinking this goes ex divi today please?
Posted at 10/5/2023 10:35 by systemsthinker
I can't understand why KGF isn't more popular, at least as a long term investment:

P/B: 0.74
P/E: 10%
Yield: 4.75% and well covered.
Debt/Gearing: Just about right (around 35%)
Good profits, set to grow steadily.
Operating in 8 countries so some protection from Brexit etc
A good, but not radical, strategy to improve and accelerate their digital/data/ecommerce operations and roll out compact stores.
They seem to have a strong management team and motivated staff
There is a need for their services whether the economy worsens OR improves (within reason!)

Is it just that KGF is just not very glamorous??? Is it that it's not a '10 bagger' and unlikely to make an investor rich overnight? What am I missing?!?
Posted at 07/12/2022 17:40 by darrin1471
B&Q is set to roll out more B&Q Local convenience stores as it expands its presence on the UK high street.


I would of thought some of Wilko's estate would of been ideal to expand B&Q Local

Not holding KGF as I believe higher mortgage rates will hit housing market, tradesmen and DIY market for several years.
Posted at 26/7/2022 20:08 by rb1206
Justice: What is your NAV for KGF and is that after the liabilities. Also why do you think someone is going make an offer now, when no offer came when share price was @ £1.08p.
Posted at 26/7/2022 11:29 by rb1206
KGF currently most shorted (8.9%) stock on the market. Previously it was Cineworld. Todays news from Wickes confirms it. I deal with building traders and can hear every day jobs being cancelled due to price rise in timber and rest of the materials + interest rate, petrol to name few. Rampant inflation going to make this a worse sector for now...imho..dyor.

I would expect KGF to go below £2 soonish.

Also have you noticed no update for Q2 so far, normally its around 14th July for last couple of years, they love to shout from roof top if things looking up and very quiet for the reverse...these are warning signs for me.
Posted at 03/5/2022 19:01 by my retirement fund
Screwfix doing a 10% offer over May to ordering via the app, thats quite a discount, I just cancelled a shed on order and will re-order it tomorrow when I have the code for downloading the app, quite a saving for me, quite a reduction in margin for KGF !
Posted at 05/4/2022 18:20 by my retirement fund
Yes, I get that, there are an awful lot of folk out there in cash having been scared not least by scared witless by the yield curve inversion and the media doom mongering around this, of course what is just as likely to happen on back of this particularly given events is yet more central bank about turns that will send stocks off to the moon. KGF could then see one hell of a bounce!
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