Marshalls Plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Marshalls Plc LSE:MSLH London Ordinary Share GB00B012BV22 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 295.60 303,013 16:29:55
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
295.40 295.60 303.60 292.20 299.40
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Const & Building Matls Div'e 721.40 26.79 10.60 26.53 747.78
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:43:23 O 3 295.496 GBX

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Posted at 09/5/2023 08:20 by ariane
[United Kingdom] MARSHALLS PLC (MSLH)

Cboe Europe - 08:17:49 09/05/2023 BST

256.90 GBX -13.79%

Posted at 09/5/2023 07:26 by lauders
Not going to be good here today it would seem. MSLH have really been hit by the slower economic trend in the UK. Will no doubt take time to recover if we believe this part of the downbeat TA:


The Board remains confident that the Group is well placed to deliver profitable long-term growth when market conditions improve and continues to focus on its key strategic initiatives. In the near-term, the macro-economic climate is expected to remain challenging and the trading performance in the year to date has been weaker than originally anticipated.

Posted at 03/5/2023 18:29 by neutralpov
Back to MSLH.lon

You do know that since
now gives a blank for both market segment and sector, this stock will drop off the radar for many investors?

@ Morningstar too.

Posted at 27/4/2023 12:06 by lauders
MSLH not doing much when it comes to the share price. Up and down within a 250-360p range for the last 6 months or so. Perhaps they should shout about this "major innovation in product innovation" a bit more to get the price higher? ESG is a major focus of most companies these days and this should help: Https://
Posted at 01/4/2023 07:16 by waldron

Latest Dividends

Summary Previous dividend Next dividend

Status Paid Declared

Type Interim Final

Per share 5.7p 9.9p

Declaration date 18 Aug 2022 (Thu) 15 Mar 2023 (Wed)

Ex-div date 20 Oct 2022 (Thu) 01 Jun 2023 (Thu)

Pay date 01 Dec 2022 (Thu) 03 Jul 2023 (Mon)

Posted at 01/4/2023 01:02 by lauders
Haven't looked at the MSLH website for a while but note 3x interesting videos from the last 3 months: - Creating better spaces. - "Lunar" a new concrete block product

Https:// - BBC review of the MSLH stand at BBC Gardeners World.

Posted at 15/3/2023 10:56 by waldron
Josh White
Sharecast News

15 Mar, 2023 10:24

Marshalls reports record performance amid challenging market

Construction products specialist Marshalls announced strong full-year results on Wednesday, with revenue growing 22% to £719.4m, aided by the acquisition of Marley Group.

The FTSE 250 company said the acquisition of Marley played a significant role in its financial growth in 2022, with adjusted operating profit rising 31% to £101.1m.

Statutory operating profit stood at £47.9m, however, down from £76.2m in 2021.

Adjusted profit before tax showed an impressive 23% increase, reaching £90.4m, while statutory profit before tax was £37.2m, down from £69.3m, due to the impact of adjusting items worth £53.2m.

Marshalls also reported a 7% increase in adjusted basic earnings per share to 31.3p, with statutory earnings per share at 11.4p, down from 27.5p.

The company's net debt stood at £191m on a pre-IFRS 16 basis, and leverage was 1.35x adjusted pro forma EBITDA.

Marshalls proposed a final dividend of 9.9p per share, bringing the total full-year dividend to 15.6p, a 9% increase compared to 2021.

Looking ahead, the board said it remained confident in the group's ability to deliver long-term profitable growth as market conditions improved.

It said it would continue to focus on key strategic initiatives in the short-term while acknowledging the challenging macroeconomic climate.

The directors said they remained optimistic about delivering results in line with its expectations, assuming a progressive improvement in end markets during the year.

“Marshalls reported a record financial performance in 2022 against challenging market conditions,” said chief executive officer Martyn Coffey.

“This performance demonstrates the benefit of the group's deliberate diversification strategy, illustrated by the acquisition of Marley in 2022 and other acquisitions in recent years that now form the core of our building products segment.

“We took decisive action to reduce our capacity and cost base in 2022 in response to a contraction of demand in our landscape products business, and we will continue to focus on maintaining flexibility to respond to evolving market conditions and executing self-help initiatives as required.”

Coffey said the company’s strategy was underpinned by its strong market positions, established brands and focussed investment plans to drive ongoing operational improvement.

“Notwithstanding short-term challenges, the board remains confident that the Group is well placed to deliver profitable long‑term growth when market conditions improve and continues to focus on its key strategic initiatives.”

At 1007 GMT, shares in Marshalls were down 2.6% at 291.63p.

Reporting by Josh White for

Posted at 07/10/2022 13:25 by kalai1
Marshalls plc issued a trading update for the 9 months ended 30th September. Group revenue was £544m, up 20% including the benefit of the acquisition of Marley, or up 4% on a like-for-like basis. Segmental performance was contrasting, with Marshalls Building Products and Marley doing well, Marshalls Landscape products struggling. Volumes and costs are being reduced in the softer Landscape segment with a view to returning the business to a 15%+ operating margin. But near term this means that FY22 guidance was lowered a little, profit will now undershoot the lower end of consensus expectations. Nonetheless even a minor undershoot of expectations would still count as solid performance given the deteriorating macro environment. Valuation is also increasingly attractive following a 70%+ correction in the share price over the past year. For now the share price remains in this correction, there is no rush to buy. But MSLH is a solid name in the Construction Materials sector and will be well worth owing at some point in the next year or so. Monitor for now...

...from WealthOracle


Posted at 07/10/2022 07:57 by wskill
Seems to all be in the price now we are back to 2015 share price levels but in today's market you never know. Will top up a few more myself as MSLH is a quality company.
Posted at 07/9/2022 09:20 by waldron
Crossed fingers for an eventual gap up of 25pc in coming months

I guess its mainly down to a much improved economy,money in the pocket,reduced inflation and in particular a reduction in energy costs

Most shares like MSLH have seen substantial share price falls

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