Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Marshalls LSE:MSLH London Ordinary Share GB00B012BV22 ORD 25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.90p -0.24% 370.10p 368.90p 370.20p 374.90p 365.80p 370.90p 263,370 16:35:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Construction & Materials 396.9 46.0 19.0 19.5 737.90

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
14/7/2017
01:23
The update is a bit late this year. Hopefully the rise yesterday is a good sign? It may be "imminent"! One thing is for sure and that is we will receive news on 17th August, so not too far away: Https://www.marshalls.co.uk/investor/financial-calendar
lauders
26/6/2017
12:31
Usually a trading update with MSLH early July so if the trend continues we will no doubt receive another one the week of 3rd July.
lauders
14/6/2017
15:52
Ex-dividend tomorrow I believe and some taking advantage to get in for the dividend. Also good to see that MSLH have updated their news page again with another gardening event. The more they market their products hopefully the more they sell. Word of mouth can be strong if the public like the service and products: A wide range of Marshalls products will be on view in plenty of other gardens at the show too. Look out for Paul Stone’s Nostalgia Garden, featuring Cobblestone Riven Setts in gorgeous Calder Brown, and the distinguished Heritage Riven Garden Paving in golden Yorkstone that graces the Anniversary Garden created by Bob Lewin of Howle Hill Nursery in Herefordshire. Visit Marshalls at BBC Gardeners’ World Live at stand number E348. Https://www.marshalls.co.uk/media/news-article/348
lauders
05/6/2017
01:05
It's a fact of life that one man's meat is another man's poison. So I wouldn't get upset if it is so for MSLH. IMO the vast majority would rather the opportunity didn't exist. But it does....
napoleon 14th
04/6/2017
03:40
Apologies allstar4eva! It was not meant in that way and they are low-life as stated. It was more of a statement that governments have to look at protecting the public so WE DON'T have such car and truck related events in future.
lauders
04/6/2017
03:31
Terror attack and you are posting about the potential positive impact for your shares within hours!!
allstar4eva
04/6/2017
03:17
MSLH will be even more in focus now after the latest London attacks. After the last one and prior events in France and Germany interest in street protection furniture increased and unfortunately it looks like governments will have to factor such costs into their budgets going forwards. Good for MSLH and I suppose in the end for the safety of the public globally, just a shame that such low life have to make this necessary in our world. Http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/marshalls-furniture-plays-key-role-in-war-on-terror-1-8536532 On another matter, good to see MSLH still focusing on water management with their products: Http://specificationonline.co.uk/sections/regeneration/articles/2017-05-23/drexus-pave-drain-set-to-change-the-face-of-landscape-design
lauders
01/6/2017
01:34
Nice rise yesterday. Things looking good here and another gardening event news release on MSLH's website: Https://www.marshalls.co.uk/media/news-article/347 Chris Harrop, Marshalls Group Marketing Director, said: “We’re thrilled to be one of the first exhibitors at RHS Chatsworth. It is an iconic location which has pioneered innovative outdoor design for centuries, and we feel our ethos reflects the same innovative vision as Chatsworth itself.” With unique products, a bank of expert installers and over a century of expertise, we’re confident that we can help you truly realise the potential of your outside space. Come along to see us at Site Number 252 from June 7 to 11 to speak to our knowledgeable team and view a range of one-of-a-kind, bespoke natural stone products, including show-stopping screens and a luxurious chaise longue.
lauders
26/5/2017
06:17
Commenting on how the UK economy suffered a worse than expected slowdown at the start of the year, Emmanuel Lumineau, CEO at BrickVest, said: “Since the Brexit vote, the Bank of England has cut interest rates and boosted quantitative easing. The latest GDP figures show that the UK economy has seen worse than expected growth in Q1.The UK’s recent economic strength including post Brexit may be beginning to wobble as consumers begin to feel the impact of higher inflation. For the real estate industry, higher inflation means higher construction costs and should lead to an increase in property prices. However in recent months the demand for real estate has softened and it is unlikely that developers will immediately pass on the higher inflationary costs to the end customer.
opodio
18/5/2017
02:15
Latest news from MSLH: Https://www.marshalls.co.uk/media/news-article/346 Marshalls’ Group Marketing Director, Chris Harrop, said: “We’re incredibly excited to be exhibiting at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show. Not only does our stand offer visitors the inspiration and information they need to transform their outside spaces, but our products are also gracing some fantastic show gardens as well. “Anyone who comes to us will be able to view a huge array of products, ones that are new for 2017 as well as some of our well-known classics, along with a superb display of bespoke Natural Stone products.” Getting the name/brand out into the market and keeping the revenue coming in is what it is all about long term ;-)
lauders
10/5/2017
08:48
Marshalls encouraged about its overall FY performance By StockMarketWire | Wed, 10th May 2017 - 07:17 Marshalls said group sales and order intake have continued to be strong in the first four months of 2017 and that directors are increasingly encouraged regarding its performance for the current year overall. "The Construction Products Association's (CPA) recent Spring Forecast predicts growth in UK market volumes of 1.3% in 2017, which represents a slight improvement on their Winter Forecast," the company said. "Group sales and order intake have continued to be strong in the first 4 months of 2017 such that the Board is now increasingly encouraged regarding the Group's performance for the current year overall," it said. Directors believed Marshalls' innovative product range and strong market positions would continue to support the growth objectives of the 2020 Strategy. They further believed the group was well placed to drive through further sustainable improvements in operational efficiency. Group revenue for the four months ended 30 April 2017 was up 6% at £135m, from £127m, with the underlying indicators remaining strong in Marshalls' end markets. The Group's positive cash generation has continued. The group continued to deliver strong operational cash flows through the continuation of the tight control of inventory and effective management of working capital. Net debt at 30 April 2017 was £19.1m, from £33.5m.
waldron
10/5/2017
07:03
Underwhelming update and sales look sluggish Sales in the Public Sector and Commercial end market, which represented approximately 62 per cent of Group sales, were up 2 per cent
opodio
18/4/2017
14:33
BUY BUY BUY u IDIOTS
hvs
09/4/2017
05:30
It looks as though recent events will require more installations of features such as these: Http://www.marshalls.co.uk/commercial/street-furniture/protective-street-furniture Another related link: Http://www.marshalls.co.uk/commercial/blog/article-crash-tested-street-furniture-why-functional-will-no-longer-do-5511 Good for MSLH, bad for the way humankind is going. The world of safety and trust are slowly being eroded.
lauders
23/3/2017
01:06
Very sad to see the events in London. I have already posted my thoughts on the HOC thread. The events will no doubt be repeated somewhere else some time in the future as this method of attack appears to be a favoured technique. Hard to stop as challenging to keep an eye on everyone's actions in a crowded area. MSLH will, as seen by the share price action following the event, do well from such threats but it is sad to see that it takes such things to make investors in MSLH money. Not entirely comfortable with it, yet I did not invest for the specific reason of terrorism. Preventing attacks like this with suitable street furniture deterants is just part of the big picture. I will remain long in the hope that MSLH products will PREVENT such attacks in future. I hope the Governments in the UK, Europe and other parts of the world deploy such products to protect their citizens from the few nutters out there who seem intent on making life "uncomfortable" for the majority.
lauders
16/3/2017
08:59
Agree Lauders - this is a solid hold.
lignum
16/3/2017
01:32
Good day yesterday! Long may it continue. Would be lovely to see this re-rated now. Been a long term holder and am happy. With fortune I will be even happier over the coming years as don't plan to sell. Those dividends and now specials help things along while we wait.
lauders
15/3/2017
11:07
Broker Forecast - Peel Hunt issues a broker note on Marshalls PLC By StockMarketWire | Wed, 15th March 2017 - 10:00 Peel Hunt today reaffirms its buy investment rating on Marshalls PLC (LON:MSLH) and raised its price target to 365p (from 355p).
waldron
15/3/2017
09:26
likewise Bigdazzler banked a good trade :) watching for a possible re-entry in the next few weeks
mealiff
15/3/2017
09:15
Well I've called time on my long trade today after the big rise today well happy with the price increase. Longer term would expect this to push past the 350 and towards the 360 mark but I'm not waiting around to see if I'm correct. First trade on this stock in Jan I got wrong as a short however this most recent trade has completed really well and left me with a very nice profit situation.
bigdazzler
15/3/2017
08:49
Marshalls hikes dividend as it posts growth in full year profit and revenue 08:06 15 Mar 2017 Marshalls has recommended a supplementary dividend after achieving a "strong performance" in 2016 with a 31% increase in pre-tax profit marshalls Marshalls delivers "significant" profit growth in 2016 Landscaping company Marshalls plc (LON:MSLH) said it has received strong sales and order intake at the start of 2017 as it hiked its dividend and reported an increase in full year profit and revenue. The group, which manufacturers and supplies the construction of pavements, recommended a final dividend of 5.80p, bringing the total dividend for the year to 8.7p, a 24% increase on 2015’s 7.0p. Marshalls also proposed a supplementary dividend of 3.0p, “given the strong performance of the year”. Pre-tax profit for the year ended 31 December 2016 rose 31% to £46mln, boosted by an increase in operating margins to 12% from 9.7%. Revenue rose 3% to £396.9mln, driven by a 10% increase in sales to the domestic end market, which account for 31% of group sales. Sales to the public sector and commercial end market, which represent 64% of group sales, were broadly in line with the prior year. However, Marshalls said it believes it continues to outperform peers and gain market share in this sector. "The group has again delivered significant profit growth in 2016 with the underlying indicators remaining supportive in Marshalls' main end markets,” said chief executive Martyn Coffey. “Marshalls has a strong balance sheet and the group's innovative product range and strong market positions mean it is well placed to deliver continued growth and operational profit improvements as it implements its 2020 Strategy. Sales and order intake have been strong in the first couple of months of 2017.” The group ended the year with net cash of £5.4mln, compared to debt of £11.5mln the prior year. The return on capital employed rose to 23% from 19%. Its 2020 Strategy includes achieving growth in underlying earnings (EBITDA), improving return on capital employed, further investment in research and development, focus on increasing profitability of smaller UK businesses and targeting selective bolt-on acquisition opportunities. rene-3.fw.png Renae Dyer
waldron
14/3/2017
11:57
If today's trend is anything to go by so far then news should be OK tomorrow. Let's see where it closes. Perhaps another special dividend on the way? Would be very nice.
lauders
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