Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Persimmon Plc LSE:PSN London Ordinary Share GB0006825383 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  20.00 0.75% 2,690.00 720,150 16:35:26
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
2,687.00 2,689.00 2,697.00 2,647.00 2,655.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Household Goods & Home Construction 3,649.40 1,040.80 266.80 10.1 8,583
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:28:24 O 33,611 2,655.00 GBX

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Persimmon Daily Update: Persimmon Plc is listed in the Household Goods & Home Construction sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PSN. The last closing price for Persimmon was 2,670p.
Persimmon Plc has a 4 week average price of 2,532p and a 12 week average price of 2,252p.
The 1 year high share price is 3,328p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1,367.50p.
There are currently 319,071,261 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 1,013,048 shares. The market capitalisation of Persimmon Plc is £8,583,016,920.90.
nick100: Persimmon : Jefferies raises target price to 3,213p from 3,167p *
sikhthetech: Stamp Duty hol and Help to Buy or 2nd homes ends 31st March, 10 weeks time Persimmon sales slow as end of stamp duty holiday nears Changes to the government’s Help to Buy scheme will also have an impact "The company, in common with other housebuilders, had earlier seen a surge in sales on the back of the stamp duty holiday and the release of pent-up demand after restrictions on the housing market were lifted in May. But a resurgence in coronavirus cases and changes to the government’s Help to Buy scheme, which will impose regional price caps and limit the scheme to first time buyers, have slowed down trade. The end of the stamp duty holiday in March is also likely to have an impact, said the company."
sikhthetech: Brexit is just one of the challenges facing HBs. The real test for housing market and specifically HBs is yet to be play out. Help to Buy for 2nd homes ending 31st March, so just over 3 months left. Stamp Duty hol ending 31st March, so just over 3 months left. Furlough ending 31st March. Overseas/Btl Investors pulling out of housing market. Ongoing CMA investigation into leasehold scandal. Brexit. Help to Buy was a major contributor to the leasehold scandal. TW: "Looking ahead, we expect the market to support robust sales rates and for prices of new build homes to remain supportive. We are pleased to note the Government's ongoing support for the housing market, home ownership and, specifically, first time buyers." CRST/Bellway. Housebuilder Bellway restores dividend as the stamp duty holiday lifts summer house sales sharply Bellway's reservations shot up 30.6% in the first nine weeks from August 1 "The FTSE 250 group said the stamp duty cut introduced in early July has boosted 'consumer confidence,' as has the Help-to-Buy shared equity scheme and a revival in the used property market." "The release of pent-up demand, whether due to customers putting off moving because of Brexit uncertainty or subsequent COVID-19 disruption, and the benefits of the Stamp Duty holiday, have supported near-term confidence levels in the housing market." " We are also appreciative of the Government moving quickly to reopen the sector and taking the decision to temporarily suspend Stamp Duty. Confidence in moving home and stability of house prices will be a critical part of a successful economic recovery from this pandemic." Bellway warns of Help to Buy sales hiatus "Alastair Stewart, analyst at Progressive Research, said: “An apparent administrative hiatus on the new version of Help to Buy, alongside the more restricted target market for the government support package - [which comes in] on the same day as the deadline for the stamp duty holiday - suggests short-term challenges for the wider sector.”
spcecks: I think it is as no bad news on PSN.
nick100: - British housebuilder Persimmon has reported strong trading and is fully sold up for the current year, while forward sales reserved beyond 2020 are up 43%, according to the company's third quarter trading statement. The group has around £1.36 billion of forward sales reserved beyond 2020 compared to £0.95bn in 2019 with strong rates of build supporting future delivery. Selling prices remaining firm and the group's average weekly private sales rate per site was around 38% ahead of last year. The group held around £960 million in cash at 31 October 2020, up from £371m in 2019, and had deferred land commitments of around £325 million. Dean Finch, Group Chief Executive, commented: "Persimmon continues to perform robustly despite the significant challenges presented by the Covid-19 pandemic and we are currently on course to deliver a good result for 2020. The board made a part payment (of 40p per share) of the postponed final dividend for 2019 in September, and will pay a second interim dividend of 70p per share on 14 December 2020 to shareholders on the register on 27 November 2020 in satisfaction of the Board's previously indicated final dividend for 2019.
nick100: Capital return plan Given the substantial and immediate uncertainties facing the UK economy at the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, in late March, the Board cancelled the interim dividend for the 2019 financial year which was to be paid in early April. Remaining mindful of the challenges facing the UK economy the Board also decided to postpone the payment of the 2019 final dividend of 110p per share, due to be paid in early July, to enable the Board to assess the pandemic's impact on the Group. Given the progress the business has made in these difficult circumstances, the Board made a part payment (of 40p per share) of the postponed final dividend for 2019 in September. In light of the continued strong performance and in line with the long term strategic objectives of the Group, which includes recognising the importance of dividend receipts to pension schemes in supporting retired workers and their families, the Board is pleased to announce a second interim dividend of 70p per share which will be paid on 14 December 2020 to shareholders on the register on 27 November 2020 in satisfaction of the Board's previously indicated final dividend for 2019. No further dividend payments will be made in relation to the 2019 financial year.
nick100: (Sharecast News) - Analysts at Canaccord Genuity nudged up their target price on homebuilder Persimmon from 2,930.0p to 2,940.0p on Friday, stating it expects an "impressive" second-half recovery. Canaccord noted that at the time of Persimmon's interim results, it had highlighted that it saw upside risk to its amended 2020 forecasts. However, with the construction industry set to continue to operate through the current lockdown and the group having "positioned itself well" to deliver a strong second-half recovery, it opted to increase its 2020 full-year forecasts ahead of the firm's trading update next week. "We expect the update to be positive and confirm a very good recovery in H2 completions at good margins," said the analysts, who pointed to "an impressive restart" following the UK's first lockdown. Given recent industry trends and Persimmon's "strong" position, Canaccord now expects an "impressive" first-half profit performance, mirroring management hints that it could even be the group's "strongest" second-half performance in its history. "There is clearly ongoing macro risk into 2021 but we believe the group continues to have one of the best balance sheets to absorb any macro shock relatively well and the extension of the furlough scheme arguably mitigates near-term macro risk," said Canaccord, which also reiterated its 'buy' rating on the stock.
toulston: PSN trading update due 10th of November and it looks like they are ramping the price up after the Crest Nicholson update. They also look like there could be word on additional dividends looking at the price action.
sogoesit: Hi biggerpicture: Whats the trailing yield? It's the past year's committed payout (FY2019 - £2.35) divided by the share price The forward yield is forecast payout divided by current share price FY2020 is also £2.35 forecast payout. FY2021 falls to £1.10. Will there be new guidance for payouts in upcoming results? My guess is yes as their competitor BKG has recently announced. I haven't compared others in the sector recently. BKG have a buy-back so, as I said, this was a variable programme and provided less certainty so I sold out. TW, next highest ROCE (?) trailing yield is about 3-1/2%. BDEV, ROCE about 16% yields 3-1/2% too. Note that PSN FY2021 forward yield is currently also 3-1/2%! (Will it surprise with a higher payout?). Is 3-1/2% forward still "good value"? It's probably no longer strongly "undervalued". (I think £32 looks a reasonable near term, pre-results, limit on the share price for accumulation with £34/£36 tops pre-results). Hope this helps.
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