Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Kingfisher Plc LSE:KGF London Ordinary Share GB0033195214 ORD 15 5/7P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.20 -0.82% 265.70 6,825,892 16:35:02
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
265.10 265.30 268.50 262.50 267.20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 13,183.00 1,007.00 40.30 6.6 5,607
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:15:48 O 4,469 263.479 GBX

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Kingfisher Daily Update: Kingfisher Plc is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker KGF. The last closing price for Kingfisher was 267.90p.
Kingfisher Plc has a 4 week average price of 235.20p and a 12 week average price of 235.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 378p while the 1 year low share price is currently 235.20p.
There are currently 2,110,144,905 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 9,189,218 shares. The market capitalisation of Kingfisher Plc is £5,606,655,012.59.
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 !
m_kerr: great news that the share price has fallen away a bit for the share buyback programme. the multiple strengths of the group continue to be dramatically undervalued in the current share price. i think the general perception as reflected in the share price rating is stuck about 5 years in the past. the business has simplified to only operate in markets where they are #1 or #2 , and they are financially very strong.
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!
roguetraderuk: got an upgrade yesterday from db but one of those upgrades i dont like, a valuation based one in large. usually thats never a trigger for a move. they talked about kgf having more exposure to the trade side which should hold up better than diy which they say is moderating but long term trend (in diy) being intact. they say pretax is expected to decline in 23 but move up in 24. trades on 8.5 times their 23 f/c. if makes a lower low then likely to fill gap to 230. there youd be back in the realms of pre covid.
my retirement fund: 6 million shares sold at 255p in a single clip towards the close. Just another day for the downward KGF shareprice.
m_kerr: IMV we're now at a point where if screw fix was spun off it would be valued at around where the £5.6bn market cap is right now. so if that happened you'd then be left with businesses generating maybe £350m in EBIT, withe about £2.5bn in property on the balance sheet, and £800m in cash. there's probably another £5bn there, so almost 100% upside overall. the market hates conglomerates at the moment, and in this case, the failure to disclose screw fixes outstanding returns means the market isn't assigning this a premium rating. share buybacks well below intrinsic value are all well and good (even if many people on here fail to understand that share buybacks at a lower share price are better than buying back at higher prices), but more active management of the portfolio is also possible to generate far higher returns.
justiceforthemany: I thought the results were excellent and balance sheet with debt:equity 0.8 remains very good. Short position close to 5% though and why is it that a high short % seems to automatically trash the share price regardless? Highly suspicious and does not reflect well on the supposed regulated nature of markets.
essentialinvestor: I've just mentioned something similar on the SHA board re wider macro. What looked odds on for a number of weeks is a consumer spending slowdown as disposable incomes are increasingly squeezed by rising prices. Whether a pronounced slowdown, recession etc is difficult to discern. In terms of KGF, if they can make 27 pence on EPS for the coming year, puts the current rating on 10.5 x approx - about where current consensus is. Being more cautious and let's say 23 on EPS, gives a forward multiple of around 12 x. So a lot of bad news looks about priced in, but perhaps Not an outright recession and Russia/Ukraine definitely adds to headwinds. Consensus already expected a significant fall in FY22/23 profitability prior to today's results. Intend to add another small amount if available under £2.50. Not had time today to listen to the results call and Q&A.
essentialinvestor: I've bought back the remainder of some shares sold over £3 recently. With respect the sales figures are not unclear, KGF go out of their way to be transparent on detail. Revenue well ahead of 2019 pre pandamic, but down on the bumper 2021 comparatives. They also provide FY pre tax guidance for the year ahead - emphasis on guidance as this is subject to change, particularly given current events.
dreno2: Annual results near top guidance buying back shares to the cost of £300 million and the share price drops like a stone whats wrong with this company and market?
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