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PSN Persimmon Plc

9.50 (0.65%)
24 May 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
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
  9.50 0.65% 1,481.00 614,783 16:35:26
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,477.50 1,478.50 1,492.00 1,460.00 1,476.50
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Gen Contr-single-family Home 2.77B 255.4M 0.7996 18.49 4.72B
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
16:35:44 O 15,252 1,484.7656 GBX

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Posted at 20/5/2024 09:39 by davius
House prices hit a new record in May, with the number of sales up 17% on-year, as the momentum of the Spring selling season continued. Rightmove's house price index showed the average price of property coming to the market for sale rose 0.8% in May to GBP375,131. The online property portal said pent-up demand from would-be buyers who paused their plans last year is a key driver behind increased home-mover activity despite mortgage rates remaining elevated for longer than anticipated. The number of sales being agreed during the first four months of the year is 17% higher than last year, outstripping the 12% increase in the number of new sellers coming to market. Nonetheless, the market remains price-sensitive with average asking prices just 0.6% higher than a year ago. Larger properties led the price growth, with average prices up by 1.3% compared with last year. Despite the uptick in prices, sales were taking an average of 154 days to complete, which Rightmove described as "painful". Rightmove's Director of Property Science Tim Bannister said despite the latest increase "it's important to remember that prices overall are still only 0.6% ahead of this time last year".
Posted at 15/5/2024 22:18 by kennewil
Share price up 50% since nov23. Indicates what?
Posted at 07/5/2024 16:03 by sikhthetech

"The share price is still very very cheap Added"

You were saying they were cheap and adding when the share price was over 2000p 2 years ago!!! Whilst I was posting about the housing market/HB challenges. My stated PSN target price of 1300p-1500p.

The company/sector newsflow has been as expected

Those who shorted and then traded would have done better than those who simply added all the way down.

Cupra Kid22 Jun '22 - 13:03 - 2784 of 5507
Cheaper than chips at the mo. Medium/long term got to be a winner.
Posted at 12/3/2024 17:49 by time 2 retire
So a rubbish update released, share price crashes and director buys in cheap!
I expect better news to be drip fed throughout this year aka last year and the share price to gradually rise.
By painting a very bleak outlook any better news will be greatly accepted by the market.
Posted at 12/3/2024 10:26 by stevensupertrader
Why one dimensional ? This is the true fact that house builders like PSN in the past benefited from Buy to Let but not in the last few years as one can see the share price fell from over £27 to now half
Posted at 12/3/2024 08:22 by stevensupertrader
If dividend was maintained (60p) in 2024 - yield is undef 4.5% at current share price below the FT100 average. My view iis why shareholders. Buy PSN , must as well sell PSN and nice to Taylor Wimpey or BDEV giving much higher yield - no brainer
Posted at 10/1/2024 15:04 by sikhthetech

BBs are better when there's info which readers could find useful for everyone to make an informed decision.

I posted my opinions based on my research and experience. The housing market and HBs newsflow has been as expected, inc PSN share price
Unless you think the BoE increased interest rates after reading my post. Honest guv. ;-)

I backed my assertion, shorted HBs and then have been trading.

TLY announced a £13m one year contract extension, 30% uplift on the current one.
Mcap £10m

I see significant upside in TLY.

Prove me wrong, back your assertion, load up here at 1450p, don't sell a single share and hold for 2 years. Let's see which performs better.
Posted at 20/12/2023 16:16 by cupra kid
Sikh will always pick up on anything remotely negative. I note he hasn't mentioned anything about wages being at record highs or maybe energy bills, from April, set to be at their lowest levels for two years. We can all post things to suit a narrative but if you do your own research you'll know that the PSN share price is stillvery much undervalued.
Posted at 04/12/2023 09:42 by beckers2008

I agree, historically in normal decades gone by, for short term traders, the adage was buy in Nov/Dec and Sell in April/May.

The start of this decade has been anything but normal giving investors extraordinary opportunities.
PSN share price holding above £12.20, investors starting to see value in HB's now, looking ahead to the end of 2024.
Posted at 31/10/2023 09:07 by beckers2008

Yes, I agree, currently there isn't any other bad news.

Interest rates maybe done, but old news, inflation is coming down so old news, all the while mortgage rates are falling as lenders have the credit to get off the books.
Energy prices have fallen, so old news.
Affordability is improving, so old news.

Certainly times are better now than at the height of the pandemic when the world stopped.
However, PSN share price does not reflect that.
Persimmon share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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