Trade Now

Capital at risk Advertisement
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Pendragon Plc LSE:PDG London Ordinary Share GB00B1JQBT10 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.20 0.74% 27.20 2,872,724 16:16:41
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
27.20 27.30 27.30 27.00 27.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 3,449.90 73.30 4.40 6.2 383
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:56:34 O 469,593 27.19 GBX

Pendragon (PDG) Latest News (3)

More Pendragon News
Pendragon Investors    Pendragon Takeover Rumours

Pendragon (PDG) Discussions and Chat

Pendragon Forums and Chat

Date Time Title Posts
03/10/202212:03Pendragon - Recovery Play3,241
26/11/201917:18future1
29/7/201804:05Pendragon (PDG) One to Watch on Monday -
18/3/201612:15Hey Topinfo,Moz8, Hectorp and you lot ...Wakey, Wakey2
16/2/201207:29*** Pendragon ***13

Add a New Thread

Pendragon (PDG) Most Recent Trades

Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2022-10-03 16:56:3427.19469,593127,682.34O
2022-10-03 16:09:3327.203,413928.20O
2022-10-03 16:01:4727.122,823765.63O
2022-10-03 15:35:1227.20244,82066,591.04UT
2022-10-03 15:22:2527.203,223876.66AT
View all Pendragon trades in real-time

Pendragon (PDG) Top Chat Posts

Top Posts
Posted at 03/10/2022 09:20 by Pendragon Daily Update
Pendragon Plc is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PDG. The last closing price for Pendragon was 27p.
Pendragon Plc has a 4 week average price of 20.50p and a 12 week average price of 20p.
The 1 year high share price is 28.90p while the 1 year low share price is currently 17p.
There are currently 1,408,958,447 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 8,523,840 shares. The market capitalisation of Pendragon Plc is £383,236,697.58.
Posted at 01/10/2022 16:24 by clive7878
danes - I agree 29p could be the top wack offer around this time with the market as it is - and the prospects in the next yeAr - thats why I sold oot - apart for it could take months to get the payout of 29p. VTU has interim results shortly which I believe may - as PDG - not be too far short on last year. The fundamentals are much better than PDG as well and their share price has come down from 75 to 42 of late, with a yield of 4%. VTU are now cheap, much of the downside is now factored in the share price The only stock I am into at present is DEC with a yield of 10%. I am watching VTU, Tesoc's was 300 now 205 yield 5%, Sainsburys was 300 now 172 yield 7%, Vodafone was 140 now 106 yield 8% - Have these stocks reached the bottom having a real decent yield is the $64 question, and is now the time to invest ??? My timing has not been the best in the last year though, I could have made double or treble what I made on PDG - I;d be interested on comments what thoughts are here. The problem is they all will have higher energy costs, but more so how much higher interest have they to pay on their current debt.
Posted at 28/9/2022 21:47 by clive7878
lwhl - I too have sold out, as this could still take months to go through, could be best to take what is on offer now, as so many times I have watched the share price drift back, putting me in a loss situation. I have made money, but far from what I would have made if my crytstal balls were working better. There was a sell at the close today of 1m shares. I am currently watching VTU AND SBRY. The current market will obviously have an effect on companies going forward. Some have lost a large percentage of their share price over the last 6-12 months. Sainsburys are now yielding 7% if they keep paying it. In todays market one has to be careful that the dividend payable is not wiped out more than the percentage share price drop - the investor being at a loss.
Posted at 21/9/2022 13:53 by clive7878
I to agree, microscope - Presumably this latest results makes the balance sheet and fundamentals a little stronger. Very comprehensive set of results. One point though if financing costs rose from £1.8m to £18m and interest rose from £4.4m to £5.1m when the Bank of England raises interest rates tomorrow from 1.5% to 2.2.5% tomorrow this will increase the interest payable further on the next 6 months. Apparently in the UK 804K new cars were sold against 3.4m second hand cars. No sign of a dividend? I do not mind if the profit is re-invested and this results in a rising share price. Lets see what the Investor Chronicle says on Friday - possibly down as a buy with caution. We may find that the share price stays in a bit of a rut for the time being, but will be solid at around current price. But then look at Tesco's share price 228.6p down from the dizzy heights of £3.00 and Vodafone 107p down from 140p
Posted at 10/9/2022 11:41 by clive7878
The odds on the B of E rising rates by 0.75 have been reduced, although it still may happen, otherwise it will be 0.5%. I do like VTU as the fundamentals appears greater. The price of PDG is being held up by the prospect of a bid going through, which is dangerous because if sales do fall due to inflation. We can see at present PDG share price is flat. I have seen though cars I have been monitoring hanging around longer with dealer of late. When is there more news due on a trading update, as this could decide the way the share price is to go ? I don't see why the government do allow big stores to open all day on a Sunday, this is a historic law and out dated law now.
Posted at 19/8/2022 21:58 by clive7878
lovewinshatelosses - I agree. the stockmarket and prices are not logically - what one expects - so it is sods law that if we buy or sell the opposite in the price will occur. With PDG some days there has been little or no trading yet the share price has moved. Question is - 1. Do we hang in there for a final bid to come in (next month ? Christmas ? or in the new year? or 2. do we bale out and hold in cash or go for something else ? Its a $64,000 dollar question. I agree with VTU the fundamentals do look good, and they could prove to have solid results, and I like the fact that a dividend is being paid along with a share buy back scheme. Even Tescos and Sainsbutys share price has waned of late together with VOD.
Posted at 16/6/2022 20:54 by clive7878
One post said that pdg could be debt free at the end of this trading year - true or false. There's been no real bad news just a 25% reduction in share price of late. Vtu does appear to be more solid tho. With divi & more reasonable directors pay. Although their share price has come off a high of late. I am surprised that there are not more posts here with a more radical fall with PDG.. Its now a waiting game to see whether tfe share price worsens or recovers.
Posted at 13/5/2022 20:33 by clive7878
I just wonder with the car market the length of time it takes on average to turn over a second hand car. The dealers are asking top dollar for second hand cars at present as not many motors that I have been looking at on Autotrader are below good price. See what next week brings. It is my experience in some cases that some share prices seem to move before news is announced, draw one's own conclusion whether it is 'leaked' news or just fortunate speculation?. I've noticed that share buy / sell traded in some days do not make sense with the move in the share price either, so if the share price is moving up more rapidly, is there something that the marketmakers are aware that joe public does not know. If PDG are bought out, and we have cash, any ideas for the next good bet? As there are a lot of wobbly stocks out there. Darktrace has been up and down like a yoyo. ABF, Next, JD Sports have taken a hit. It does appear to be a risky time.
Posted at 06/5/2022 18:41 by clive7878
On TV they said that the second hand car market in the last 12 months prices have increased by 30%, and the Ford Focus had increased by a massive 50%. No matter about inflation people will still need cars to get around, and not everyone is affected by high inflation. PDG share price is bobbing around a bit and is off the top, will we hear any further news about the prospective bid by Hedin? I believe with the disruption with the new car market that the 2nd and 3rd quarter figures will still be good and PDG is cerainly fair value, VTU though has taken a bit of a recent knock.
Posted at 12/2/2022 09:59 by clive7878
lse says yesterday - 369k bought and 1.285 sold - is that right - job to judge as there were 2 blocks of 412.5k so say sold. It is only a matter of time before the trading gets more seriously from the latest very thin trading. Question is - when will the share price break out of the 21.3 to 23.8 price band and which way. On fundamentals things look good and the share should be re-rated, although how is car trading doing at the present and what is the prospects for the next 12 months - surely there will be an announcement in the second half of March - which in turn will have quite an effect on the share price. Is the share price apparently low because PDG has not been tipped as yet as a buy or what. A good trading update and profit forecast for next year is needed to raise the share price. It is not this years eps that counts so much as a forecast for next year.
Posted at 08/2/2022 19:53 by clive7878
Of the 3 motors - Lookers / VTU and PDG the net asset value to share may well be holding PDG share price back, along with other financial figures. Tomorrow is another day.
Pendragon share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
ADVFN Advertorial
Your Recent History
LSE
PDG
Pendragon
Register now to watch these stocks streaming on the ADVFN Monitor.

Monitor lets you view up to 110 of your favourite stocks at once and is completely free to use.

Log in to ADVFN
Register Now

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P: V: D:20221004 02:55:25