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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Pendragon Plc PDG London Ordinary Share GB00B1JQBT10 ORD 5P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price High Price Low Price Open Price Close Price Last Trade
  -0.20 -1.71% 11.50 12.14 11.48 12.14 11.70 16:35:08
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Pendragon PDG Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
12/03/2019FinalGBX0.731/12/201731/12/201822/04/201923/04/201930/05/20191.5
07/08/2018InterimGBX0.830/12/201730/06/201820/09/201821/09/201823/10/20180
13/02/2018FinalGBX0.831/12/201631/12/201719/04/201820/04/201823/05/20181.55
01/08/2017InterimGBX0.7530/12/201630/06/201721/09/201722/09/201724/10/20170
14/02/2017FinalGBX0.7531/12/201531/12/201620/04/201721/04/201723/05/20171.45
02/08/2016InterimGBX0.730/12/201530/06/201622/09/201623/09/201625/10/20160
16/02/2016FinalGBX0.731/12/201431/12/201521/04/201622/04/201624/05/20161.3
04/08/2015InterimGBX0.630/12/201430/06/201524/09/201525/09/201523/10/20150
17/02/2015FinalGBX0.631/12/201331/12/201423/04/201524/04/201522/05/20150.9
05/08/2014InterimGBX0.330/12/201330/06/201424/09/201426/09/201427/10/20140
19/02/2014FinalGBX0.331/12/201231/12/201323/04/201425/04/201408/05/20140.4
06/08/2013InterimGBX0.130/12/201230/06/201325/09/201327/09/201328/10/20130
01/05/2009FinalGBX031/12/200731/12/200801/01/197001/01/197001/01/19700.5
20/02/2009FinalGBX031/12/200731/12/200820/02/200920/02/200920/02/20090.5
28/08/2008InterimGBX0.530/06/200730/06/200803/09/200805/09/200803/10/20080
20/02/2008FinalGBX231/12/200631/12/200702/04/200804/04/200807/05/20084
07/08/2007InterimGBX230/12/200630/06/200705/09/200707/09/200703/10/20070
13/02/2007FinalGBX231/12/200531/12/200608/04/200710/04/200702/05/20073.45
02/08/2006InterimGBX7.2530/12/200530/06/200613/09/200615/09/200603/10/20060
09/02/2006FinalGBX6.631/12/200431/12/200529/03/200631/03/200602/05/20062.64
04/08/2005InterimGBX6.630/12/200430/06/200507/09/200509/09/200503/10/20050
17/02/2005FinalGBX631/12/200331/12/200416/03/200518/03/200519/04/20052.04
04/08/2004InterimGBX4.230/12/200330/06/200401/09/200403/09/200401/10/20040
12/02/2004FinalGBX3.831/12/200231/12/200317/03/200419/03/200416/04/20041.52
14/08/2003InterimGBX3.830/12/200230/06/200310/09/200312/09/200317/10/20030
20/02/2003FinalGBX4.631/12/200131/12/200219/03/200321/03/200316/04/20031.38
15/08/2002InterimGBX2.2830/12/200130/06/200218/09/200220/09/200218/10/20020
14/02/2002FinalGBX10.631/12/200031/12/200113/03/200215/03/200216/04/20023.18
23/08/2001InterimGBX5.330/12/200030/06/200126/09/200128/09/200126/10/20010
19/02/2001FinalGBX9.831/12/199931/12/200021/03/200123/03/200124/04/20012.94
31/08/2000InterimGBX4.930/12/199930/06/200025/09/200029/09/200027/10/20000
25/02/2000FinalGBX8.831/12/199831/12/199927/03/200031/03/200003/05/20002.64
13/09/1999InterimGBX4.430/12/199830/06/199927/09/199901/10/199918/10/19990
02/03/1999FinalGBX831/12/199731/12/199822/03/199926/03/199929/04/19992.4
10/09/1998InterimGBX430/12/199730/06/199821/09/199825/09/199809/10/19980

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
31/7/2019
12:59
whiteshark1: wonder why the share price is so low , if the company is so good? Don't say Brexit
12/3/2019
12:19
jeffian: I didn't mean the share price, I meant the car market.
24/10/2017
11:28
ed 123: Par555 Trevor Finn was more than 10 years in post when he led Pendragon into the credit crisis while loaded with too much debt. Shareholders stumped up in a rescue rights issue. What was learned? At the last but one agm I questioned Trevor Finn about preparedness for a downturn (amongst other things). I was not impressed with his answers. When Pendragon announced share buybacks shortly after, that was confirmation he wasn't seeing things the same as me. I sold out. More recently, the buybacks have been stopped and Trevor Finn has sold 3.5 million of his own shares at 34p, a price below my own sells. And what of the fortunes of those who remain shareholders? Today they are looking at a share price of 21p. If I were still a shareholder I would not be happy. And the latest trading statement? Management scurrying about, having been surprised at this downturn? Unfair perhaps, and others may have their own interpretations? Of course, it's easy for me, playing at "armchair ceo" and Trevor Finn will doubtless have many good qualities. But, at the end of the day, I use my own money investing and I make my own calls. Relieved to have sold.
30/7/2017
21:02
mortimer7: Trevor Finn has been steadily reducing his stake over the last couple of years. If he needs to get this funds out so be it. But it definitely is an inhibiting factor when it comes to the share price. Think TF is about 60 now...
06/2/2017
13:18
tintin82: 'UK Car registrations surge to 12 yr high' There are times when a share price becomes truly detached from the underlying reality. This I believe is such a case. Highly cash generative, consumer demand clearly not dipping. Looking to add more if I can.
09/1/2017
10:23
jeffian: This from Citywire - "Odey drives in at Pendragon Hedge fund veteran Crispin Odey has added to his holding in car dealership operator Pendragon (PDG) following a slight recovery in its share price after it took a beating following the Brexit vote. Odey increased his stake in the company from 204 million shares to 229.4 million, a 15.95% stake worth £72.7 million at a share price of 31.68p, down 32% over one year. Most of the shares are held in the Odey Allegra International fund while the rest are distributed among other funds holding less than 3%. While car dealers were hit hard by the Brexit vote they have since bounced back and in an interim management statement covering the period from July to 24 October, Pendragon said it did not see a noticeable change in customer behaviour. In fact the company reported a strong third quarter, with a 6.3% increase in group underlying profit and a 5.7% growth in revenue compared to the same period in 2015. Chief executive Trevor Finn added that full-year performance would be in line with expectations. Analyst consensus for the stock is 'buy'."
26/10/2016
18:14
riskvsreward: Brexit is to blame for the £ crash and the share price crashes for all domestically oriented business, not just limited to pdg. Look across all the domestic focused companies, from banks (lloy in particular), retailers (next, mks, dixons etc), all the builders, all the commercial properties, look, vtu, mars all the motor dealers, and many more. Only the big internationally focused business earing $ profit, like pharms, oilers, miners, brewers etc are making the gains thanks to the crashing £. In $ terms even them are not making any big gains. I wonder why the Brexiters are not BUYING the Great British considering that the post-brexit GB is so great in their vision.
20/5/2016
18:55
jeffian: I always think "If you don't like it, sell" is a rather lame response. Managers don't own the business. Why should shareholders be bullied out of their stock? The point is that managers don't control the share price, the market does. They hope that by artificially boosting eps and nav, the share price will reflect that but, as my ETI example above shows, they can't control that. They are taking real cash and spending it in a way that it could easily disappear in a puff of smoke. There is an argument for buying in your own debt if it is trading below par or equity if it is trading below asset value, but that is not the case at PDG where they are paying a premium to the NAV of 27p/share (and that includes a good slug of goodwill). They're paying £1 for 77p. If shareholders feel they've had value from this 'investment', good luck to them.
20/5/2016
08:22
ed 123: tintin82 I disagree. The buybacks will increase debt and put the company more at risk in the event of a downturn. The usual line about improving balance sheet efficiency does not impress me at all. Buybacks, in the near term, boost earnings per share, which is often a bonus related kpi for the directors. The buybacks also boost the income of the company's advisers/brokers (so, how clean is their advice?). The major shareholders go along with it because, either they want some strength to sell into, or they like the short term share price rise because it makes their figures look a bit better. Imv, the company should have held onto the cash.
26/4/2016
09:43
jaf111: Trading Update out Thursday....hopefully will be a catalyst to a rally in share price.....PDG looking very cheap IMO.
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