Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Persimmon LSE:PSN London Ordinary Share GB0006825383 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +4.00p +0.18% 2,194.00p 2,200.00p 2,202.00p 2,206.00p 2,169.00p 2,171.00p 1,439,057 16:35:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 3,422.3 966.1 255.0 8.6 6,829.84

Persimmon Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/10/2018
19:29
sadly most building stocks have bearish looking charts but usually nothing goes down in a straight line .
arja
19/10/2018
15:13
hows your golden cross looking haha
porsche1945
19/10/2018
14:43
oh dear, theyre still tanking😃 8515;
porsche1945
19/10/2018
13:53
Bet that scumbag Jeff Fairburn is glad he grabbed the money when he did.
porsche1945
19/10/2018
13:52
Someone tell Mr Stupid he's filtered... Chairman just bought £280K of shares.
davius
19/10/2018
12:18
Weeeeee and down they go. Ftse 100 idiot and house builders in particular, persimmon top short.....did i say...weeeeee down they go, loving it.
porsche1945
18/10/2018
21:19
And there we have it. Lol. And just for the record, the most shorted stock is Pets at Home at 14.3%. Persimmon isn't even on the top 250 list as the reported short position is under 0.5%. Stupid and a liar. Back under your rock. And filtered.
davius
18/10/2018
17:36
Telford homes down another 4 pc today....these shorts just coming in toooooo well
porsche1945
18/10/2018
17:30
Davius (the simple one) just read your previous posts, oh dear, have you ever managed to get any of your silly little predictions right you sad little chap?? Doesnt look like it. All your analysis and golden cross bullxxxx, a fact you may like to know is that Persimmon is now THE most shorted stock on the ftse 100, analyse that. Looks like i called it bang on and have profited, now will just enjoy watching this sink to sub 10 quid deadbeat.
porsche1945
17/10/2018
21:51
Back under your rock lad, you clearly have nothing of relevance to add. Better to stay quiet and let us think you stupid, than post further and prove it.
davius
17/10/2018
16:32
shorts earning every day....doubled my money on crest and telford homes, these next, love a good uk brexit recession
porsche1945
17/10/2018
16:27
who are you scumbag??
porsche1945
16/10/2018
03:04
P1945,Filtered.Your slating stocks on other threads also.Bye bye
garycook
15/10/2018
20:27
So the Gov charges some tax, who cares it will be passed on to the tenants lols Thats what happens now At the end of the day Shortages of properties Rents are increasing not decreasing
the_equaliser
15/10/2018
15:19
10 pc yet yield, hysterical, no company pays 10 pc, obviously profits about to evaporate and the dividend with them. Just like 07. Back to sub 10 quid pretty quick now. BLND I notice now at over 40 pc discount to assets...UK property plainly going down brexit toilet whether they get a deal or not, hope the cretins that voted for it enjoy getting poorer.
porsche1945
12/10/2018
13:30
Davius,Totally agree.Recently purchased here also.Bargain at these levels with a 10% yield.
garycook
12/10/2018
13:02
Currently the highest yielding stock on the FTSE 100, with a commitment to 235p a year in dividends for 2019 and 2020, growing profits, growing margins and a shortage of housing yet to be addressed. Some posters come across as clueless. Happy to hold here. Yesterday's top up ticking along nicely too.
davius
11/10/2018
11:00
And....whoosh back to 6 quid a share in 18/18 months.....sporting a 10.70 pc yield haha.....slight warning signal you might think, back to 2007/08. Brexit means broke, enjoy.
porsche1945
01/10/2018
12:48
1st October 2018 HOUSEBUILDERS WOBBLE ON FOREIGN BUYER TAX PROPOSAL (Sharecast News) - Shares in house-building companies were subsiding on Monday after the Prime Minister announced a new tax on residential property purchases by overseas buyers. Theresa May said it was the government's intention to charge foreign people and businesses between 1% and 3% of additional tax or stamp duty on house purchases to stop them driving up house prices. The Treasury expects the move to raise up to £120m a year, with the proceeds said to be used to deal with rough sleeping. It is estimated that 13% of new-build London properties are bought by non-UK residents, driving up prices and making it harder for first-time buyers to get a foot on the housing ladder. "The housing market looks set to take another hit, with new taxes on foreign ownership expected to dent investment at the very time that the UK market looks least attractive," said Joshua Mahony, market analyst at IG. "With the prospect of even fewer prospective buyers for homes in the UK, it comes as no surprise that we are seeing the housebuilders losing ground in early trade today." Shares in Berkeley Group, one of the most focused of the big housebuilders on London and the South-East, were down 2% on Monday morning, with Persimmon and Taylor Wimpey among the big losers on the FTSE 100. Shore Capital housing sector analyst Robin Hardy said it was an "ill-judged decision" seemingly built on the idea that overseas investors buy homes and leave them empty. He pointed to "very strong anecdotal evidence that investors rent out their investments, thereby contributing positively to the UK housing market". Hardy said it was not assured that there will be a negative impact on demand as the government's latest surcharging of property tax, with an additional 3% added to multiple ownership and an additional surcharge for overseas buyers, did not reduce demand. "If the purchase is channelled through a UK domiciled entity, it is likely that the tax will be avoided. Overseas investment is a vital part of the London housing market and making this move does risk damaging all development both open market and, very importantly, the rapidly growing build-to-rent market," the analyst
ken tennis
21/9/2018
16:56
There is no 'hard' Brexit. There is only Brexit or no Brexit.
eeza
21/9/2018
16:35
Teresa May gave a statement saying it's looking like a hard Brexit.
armourer
21/9/2018
16:14
Why the price fall today?
rsharman
12/9/2018
09:07
Thanks for posting whatsup32. Past initiatives seem to have had poor take up. Anyone know if small/medium builders are thriving under own resources, or have their employees depleted to join/sub-contract from the bigger boys?
dr_smith
05/9/2018
21:42
Thanks, cashpoint, although rather a stupid reply from PSN. They are perfectly able to provide you a figure that has not been publicly disclosed, so long as it is not price-sensitive. And if it was price-sensitive, it should already have been publicly disclosed. Presumably this is down to ignorance, rather than a reluctance to communicate.
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