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
  -3.00 -0.44% 684.50 247,038 16:35:10
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
684.50 685.50 693.50 683.00 693.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 469.45 4.65 1.19 575.2 1,369
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:19:27 O 143 685.993 GBX

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Marshalls Daily Update: Marshalls Plc is listed in the Construction & Materials sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker MSLH. The last closing price for Marshalls was 687.50p.
Marshalls Plc has a 4 week average price of 680p and a 12 week average price of 665p.
The 1 year high share price is 815.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 544.50p.
There are currently 200,030,299 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 434,816 shares. The market capitalisation of Marshalls Plc is £1,369,207,396.66.
florenceorbis: Berenberg remains at Hold with a target price raised from GBP 740 to GBP 790.
trt: Just topped up wanted to get ahead of broker upgrades and their clients then adding to their holdings which pushes the share price up.
the grumpy old men: Marshalls : Expects FY21 Trading to Top Expectations After Strong Demand; Shares Rise 5% 05/12/2021 | 08:50am BST (MT Newswires) -- Marshalls (MSLH.L) said Wednesday it saw a sustained rise in demand during the first four months of 2021, prompting it to predict full-year trading to be above its previous expectations. The forecast comes after the specialist landscape products group's revenue in the four months to April 30 soared 46% to 191 million pounds sterling ($270.1 million), compared with the lockdown-hit prior-year period. Marshalls attributed the growth to strong demand in the domestic end market, continued growth in the international segment, as well as improved trading in the public sector and commercial end market. Marshalls shares climbed 5% on Wednesday morning. Price (GBP): £759.34, Change: £36.84, Percent Change: +5.10%
gibbs1: MARSHALLS PLC (MSLH) Real-time Estimate Quote. Real-time Estimate Cboe Europe - CXE - 03/11 12:08:09 pm 752.5 GBX +7.81%
gibbs1: Dividend Due to the impact of COVID-19, the Board did not propose an interim dividend during 2020. However, the payment of dividends continues to be a key pillar of the Group's capital allocation policy. The Group continues to maintain a progressive dividend policy with the objective of achieving two times dividend cover over the business cycle. As earnings increase we plan to share the increase between strengthening cover and progressively raising the rate of dividend. The Board is now proposing a final dividend of 4.30 pence which compares with earnings per share of 8.60 pence for the year ending 31 December 2020 (before exceptional operational restructuring costs and asset impairments). On the assumption that trading supports this position, the Group would look to maintain the stated policy of two times cover for the year ending 31 December 2021. This policy will provide increased returns for shareholders whilst at the same time recognising an appropriate degree of caution and stewardship. Outlook Trading has started strongly in 2021. At the end of February, sales are up 7 per cent and orders are up 12 per cent compared to same period in 2020. The CPA's winter base case scenario predicts an increase in UK market volumes of 14.0 per cent in 2021 and 4.9 per cent in 2022. Despite wider market uncertainty, the underlying indicators in our main growth markets of New Build Housing, Road, Rail and Water Management remain positive. Although market demand remains uncertain, we remain focused on developing future growth opportunities and delivering the strategic objectives in our 5 year Strategy. Our strategy continues to be underpinned by strong market positions, focused investment plans and an established brand. Marshalls' liquidity is strong and will support our investment priorities going forward. Encouraged by the strong trading performance, the Board is raising its expectations for 2021.
lauders: Two new videos out from MSLH: Https:// & Https:// Both are good in my view, but the first one seems very modern and up to date!
misca2: Builders and building materials Oliver Haill 09:26 Wed 13 Jan 2021 Marshalls plans to pay final dividend after returning to growth Domestic revenues rose 9% in the second half but the much larger Public Sector & Commercial business declined 6% Marshalls PLC (LON:MSLH) said it plans to pay a final dividend for 2020 after sales returned to growth in recent months. The maker of paving stones reported revenues of £469mln for the past year, down 13% on the year before. Strong demand in the domestic end market has been a key driver of sales into the final months of the year, plus a return to more normal levels of trading in the public sector and commercial end markets, the FTSE 250 company said. In the six months to end December, domestic revenues rose 9% and the small overseas business was up 18%, but the core Public Sector & Commercial business declined 6%. Management reported that the commercial order book in rose year-on-year in the fourth quarter. “Reflecting our increasing market confidence, in 2021 we will commence construction of a flagship dual block plant at our St. Ives manufacturing site, which will be the first facility of this nature in the UK,” Marshalls said, with a significant capital investment of roughly £20mln over three years. After the company skipped its interim payout, broker Shore Capital estimated the final dividend will be “in the region of 4.5p per share”, up from a previous forecast of 2.5p. This implies a payout ratio of 50% and “signals optimism that earnings recovery will continue into FY21”. ProactiveINVESTORS
stamfordram: Struggling to understand the impact on the share price of what appears to the layman to be a positive update - dividend re-instatement, positive cash / debt position , no potential write back of Furlough. Any insight gratefully received!
thewheeliedealer: Hi all, My mate Peter @Conkers3 and myself did a ‘Twin Petes Investing’ Podcast a few days ago and part of our discussion includes MSLH and I am very attracted to the Bricks/Paving subsector at the moment which looks well placed. We also chatted about loads of other Stocks and Ideas for research and did a particular bit about Luck vs Skill. We also discussed the outlook for Markets and as usual a fair bit of educational stuff with regards to Investing. Anyway, if you use Apple, Audioboom, Overcast or Spotify you can find it under the 'Conkers Corner' Channel (you want Podcast TPI 36) and you can find it on Soundcloud at the link below. It is also now on Youtube. I hope you enjoy it and find it useful, Cheers, WD @wheeliedealer hTTps://
misca2: MIDAS SHARE TIPS UPDATE: Paving firm Marshalls builds for future By Joanne Hart, Financial Mail on Sunday Published: 21:51 GMT, 14 November 2020 | Updated: 21:51 GMT, 14 November 2020 e-mail View comments Marshalls exemplifies the type of plucky, smart-thinking British company that appeals to Schroders British Opportunities Trust. Founded in the late 1900s, the group specialises in products for outdoor spaces, from garden paths and household drives to pavements, bollards and kerbs on the street. A leader in its field, Marshalls is based in Elland, West Yorkshire, but operates across the country. Commercial projects include a new look for New Bond Street in London, public benches and even motorway drainage. Paving the way: Founded in the late 1900s, Marshalls specialises in products for outdoor spaces, from garden paths to pavements, bollards and kerbs on the street +1 Paving the way: Founded in the late 1900s, Marshalls specialises in products for outdoor spaces, from garden paths to pavements, bollards and kerbs on the street Residential projects vary from helping to create new housing developments to natural stoneware for individual homes. In early March, the company reported solid figures, a 15 per cent increase in the dividend and a special, one-off payment too. Then Covid-19 struck, the UK went into lockdown and construction came to a standstill. Staff were furloughed, chief executive Martin Coffey cancelled the final and special dividends and he took a 20 per cent pay cut alongside other board members. Profits plummeted over the spring and the shares sank. Today, however, the picture is very different. Last week, Coffey reported that Marshalls has bounced back. In the four months to October 31, sales returned to 2019 levels and in October alone, revenues were 5 per cent higher than last year. Growth has been particularly strong in the domestic market. Households, stuck at home for months, have embarked on refurbishment projects inside and out. Marshalls has benefited as gardens and driveways have been upgraded and the group's order book now stretches well into next year. Construction work has been exempted from current lockdown restrictions so growth has continued apace in recent weeks. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Share dealing: Flat-fee of £12.50 a trade with no annual... DIRECTOR DEALS: Marshalls finance director Jack Clarke... MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Olympic site paver on right path to... Could you win £500 with one FREE share pick? The vaccine... Share this article Share The company has repaid its furlough money and directors who took pay cuts have donated that money, equivalent to £120,000, to Macmillan Cancer Support and Mind, both charities that have been having a hard time raising money in recent months. Coffey is hopeful that the company will exceed market forecasts in 2021 and a 2020 dividend may now be forthcoming too, payable next summer. Brokers believe that sales and profits will be lower this year than last but they should recover over the next two years and beyond. A dividend of 12p is forecast for 2021, rising to 18p in 2022, with continued growth expected thereafter. Midas verdict: Midas first recommended Marshalls in 2013, when the shares were £1.24. Today, the stock is £7.95, having been almost £9 at the beginning of the year and slumped to little more than £5 by the spring. At current levels, the shares should continue to appreciate. Marshalls is highly regarded, well managed and should benefit as the UK seeks to rebuild and recover after the pandemic. A robust, long-term investment for existing and new investors. Traded on: Main market Ticker: MSLH Contact: or 01422 312000
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