Persimmon Dividends - PSN

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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Persimmon Plc PSN London Ordinary Share GB0006825383 ORD 10P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
75.00 2.98% 2,593.00 16:35:04
Close Price Low Price High Price Open Price Previous Close
2,593.00 2,503.00 2,601.00 2,514.00 2,518.00
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Persimmon PSN Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount

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sikhthetech: Planning changes: Mentions PSN and other major HBs. Break the dominance of major HBs. More competitive market place. Ease of planning for small builders. All of which will impact current major HBs, together with Help to Buy ending for 2nd homes, as well as temp Stamp Duty hol. Today's speech shows the govn are unlikely to extend both of these. Jenrick plans to break dominance of volume housebuilders "Housing secretary Robert Jenrick has said he wants to use the government planning reforms to break the dominance of the volume housebuilders and will put more money in to the planning system." "“So, the need for action is clear, and I hope the things we are putting forward in the white paper will create a more diverse and competitive market than we see today. That’s certainly one of the key missions that we’ve set ourselves.”" "Small builders regularly cite planning difficulties as one of the main barriers to entry preventing them from growing. Jenrick’s comments come just weeks after it was announced that four listed builders are under investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority for potentially misleading customers over the sale of leasehold homes, and after years of concerns over the quality of new build houses."
energeticbacker: Is this a good time to buy back into 'builders for their dividend potential? To find out more, we've taken a fresh look at the five largest listed housebuilders - Persimmon (LON: PSN), Berkeley Group (LON: BKG), Barratt Developments (LON: BDEV), Taylor Wimpey (LON: TW) and Bellway (LON: BWY). More on the Investor's Champion website.
cupra kid: Employees get their bonus paid this month. Good to see that PSN still see this as viable given the situation this year. Full dividend next please
sikhthetech: Interesting move by PSN with the dividend. They have over £800m so the dividend isn't going to make a huge dent in the cash but will provide some confidence.
garycook: The market likes the Interim,s up 4%,and a 40p interim dividend with more to come !
spurslegend1: #HSBC housebuilders VALUATION Everything’s a “buy”: #SIG #BKG #TW. #PSN #BWY #CRST #MCS #RDW #VTY
thewheeliedealer: Hi all, My mate Peter @Conkers3 and myself did a Twin Petes Investing Podcast a few days ago and part of our discussion covers PSN. We also talked in depth about the current situation in the Markets and how we reckon things could play out. Anyway, if you use Apple or Audioboom you can find it under the 'Conkers Corner' Channel (you want TPI Podcast 22) and you can find it on Soundcloud at the link below. Ideal listening Lockdown listening !! Cheers, WD @wheeliedealer hTTps://
dr_smith: Cupra. I won't shoot messenger, answered with good intent. Whilst understand the need, I too am surprised the legal cut-off is after the ex-div date. I would expect the need for external input to action at this stage - such as court order, EGM etc). Given many PI's are pensioners reliant on their gov endored SIPP and the like, many are reliant on divs for living. I normally disregard divs, looking at cap growth comcined with any div payment, taking the view I can always sell shares if I need extra cash. To sell wgen share price deflated to around half of "normality" would not be sensible, so divs are all the more important to be received. I'm OK but I can see it being a problem for many. To be fair, it is normal conservative practice to retain spare cash for risks, in this case known in nature, but not in extent. As said in rns, it can be reviewed later. Googling I found this : "The company has a legal responsibility to pay the dividend once it has been declared. This date is used to determine who is on the share register and therefore entitled to the dividend. The company sets the date of record after it has announced that it will pay a dividend." Though cannot see same in the link it gives: hTtps:// Here I see record date was 5/3/20: hTtps:// I therefore believe the questions stand: 1) At what date does legal right pass to shareholder. 2) Was PSN past this point. 3) If past this date, did they obtain legal ratification. I'd go easy on them though, in their shoes, there is much to consider with little time. IMO Dave
plasybryn: How are they allowed to cancel the £1.25 special dividend which went ex dividend on 5th March payablec2nd April? Surely once ex dividend it cannot be cancelled?
garycook: Shares in two of the UK’s largest housebuilding groups, Persimmon (LSE: PSN) and Taylor Wimpey (LSE: TW), look deeply undervalued. According to my calculations, they have the potential to produce a total return for investors of more than 30% next year. Income and growth My forecast is based on a combination of their income and capital growth. At the time of writing, City analysts expect Persimmon to distribute a dividend equivalent to 9.5% of its current share price next year. Meanwhile, Taylor Wimpey is scheduled to throw off a dividend yield of around 10.5%. I have no reason to doubt these forecasts based on the information currently available. Both are generating a tremendous amount of cash from their operations, and have cash-rich balance sheets with no debt. On top of this, the demand for new houses in the UK is only increasing. Both political parties are promising to increase home building across the UK if they’re elected into power next week. So, as long as there’s no dramatic change in the political environment over the next 12-months (or Labour decides to nationalise the homebuilding industry) I see no reason why these companies cannot meet the City’s income targets. These dividend yields could be enough to help Taylor and Persimmon outperform the market in 2020 because, over the past decade, the FTSE 100 has produced an average annual total return of approximately 7%. However, I believe investors will also benefit from capital growth next year as well. Undervalued Political uncertainty has weighed on the share prices of home builders for the past few years. But as this uncertainty has started to lift, shares in both businesses have rallied. Since the beginning of September, when Boris Johnson set out to finish the UK’s divorce from the EU, shares in Persimmon and Taylor have increased by 32% and 17% respectively, excluding dividends. This suggests to me that if the Tories are elected back into power with a significant majority, these homebuilders could rally further. It’s difficult to tell what sort of market response this scenario would lead to but, according to my research, before the referendum in 2016, both were dealing at a mid-teens P/E multiple. With their shares dealing at forward earnings multiples of 9.5 and 8.6 respectively, this suggests there could be a potential upside on offer for investors of more than 30% from the current levels. When you add in the dividend income investors are set to receive over the next 12 months, it quickly becomes apparent these two companies have the potential to produce a return of around 40% for investors in 2020. These are only back-of-an-envelope calculations, but I believe they clearly show how undervalued these companies are. That upside that could be on offer for investors as some degree of certainty eventually returns to the UK political scene.
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