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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Polypipe Group Plc LSE:PLP London Ordinary Share GB00BKRC5K31 ORD GBP0.001
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  8.00 1.79% 455.00 455.50 457.50 458.50 448.50 453.50 225,124 16:35:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 447.6 60.1 24.9 18.3 1,037

Polypipe Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
11/7/2018
09:56
PLP's share price is not being helped by the decision of Standard Life, PLP's biggest shareholder, to continue trimming its stake which has fallen from 13.77% to 10.62% over the last few months. However, it is encouraging to see that Franklin Templeton, a quality name in the investment arena, has just disclosed a 5.16% stake in PLP, making it the company's second biggest shareholder. Let's hope this is a long-term commitment and not a short-term trading play.
bottomfisher
22/6/2018
07:40
Building and building related stocks had a woeful day yesterday.........
soundbuy
21/6/2018
22:49
Recently bought in as company is been tipped a lot. Then , suddenly all is not good. Just my luck.
hopefuldave
20/6/2018
14:42
Standard Life - in fairness they do have considerable exposure even with the disposals, prudent house-keeping? Rotation out of more cyclical inclined stocks? Re-balancing of portfolios? Just guessing........... PLP has had a good run, thinking of trimming back or cashing in myself.........
soundbuy
19/6/2018
18:43
Bit of a worry. The recent weakness in PLP's share price could be due to the steady selling of Standard Life, PLP's biggest shareholder, which has reduced its stake from 13.77% at the end of March to 11.43% currently, selling 4.7m shares. The next three biggest shareholders - Schroders (4.6%), JP Morgan Asset Management ( 4.1%) and Norges Bank (4.8%) have also trimmed their stakes since the start of the year according to the last annual report. Any thoughts on why PLP's biggest shareholders have been reducing their stakes?
bottomfisher
07/6/2018
12:19
x 2 buys above £500,000 today
mfhmfh
06/6/2018
13:06
solid buys today
mfhmfh
28/5/2018
19:01
There is a detailed report on Polypipe's recent AGM which can be found in our members network: hTTp://www.sharesoc.org/members_network.html Our members network is exclusive to full members so to access the report, you'll need to be a full member of ShareSoc. We are a not-for-profit organisation that supports individual shareholders and campaigns for shareholder rights. If you're not already a member you can join here: hTTp://www.sharesoc.org/membership.html Once you've joined, you'll receive an invitation to register for our "members network", our private social network, from where you'll be able to access the report (and reports on 100s of other meetings). If you're already a member and have any difficulty accessing the report, please do not hesitate to contact us here: hTTp://www.sharesoc.org/contact.html
sharesoc
24/5/2018
17:23
some huge buys today
mfhmfh
15/5/2018
17:06
Berenberg reiterates buy rating and increases target price to 490p (previously 470p).
mfhmfh
15/5/2018
09:52
hopefully next stop 450p
mfhmfh
15/5/2018
08:54
Berenberg Buy 425.70 412.60 Old PT: 470.00p New PT: 490.00p Reiterates
soundbuy
10/5/2018
10:05
Close to a million traded and only 10am - Capital Markets Day went well I'd guess.........
soundbuy
09/5/2018
17:44
nice, steady rise since the low in late March.
mfhmfh
19/4/2018
10:34
Ex-div today.
keyno
19/4/2018
06:35
Mention in Telegraph today apparently. Cut and paste anyone?
eggbaconandbubble
13/4/2018
10:55
PLP a "buy" again - @381p - in IC today.
keyno
04/4/2018
12:15
bought in here earlier today. GLA.
mfhmfh
04/4/2018
08:02
Substantial buys........reassuring..........
soundbuy
20/3/2018
07:27
Steady as she goes, on first glance.......(never gonna set the markets alight)....
soundbuy
07/3/2018
16:22
Perfect bidder for LUCE
lucicavi
07/3/2018
15:01
Cheers.......
soundbuy
07/3/2018
10:14
and a very quiet bb. From todays Daily Telegraph Questor: its modern products (and imperial measurements) give this pipe maker the edge 0 Polypipe makes recyclable pipes for use in areas such as infrastructure Richard Evans 7 MARCH 2018 • 6:09AM The continued use of feet and inches in Britain will strike many as archaic but it provides a key competitive advantage to one maker of plastic pipes. Polypipe, which makes recyclable pipes for residential, commercial and infrastructure use, generates 90pc of its profits in the UK and some of its success here can be put down to overseas suppliers’ reluctance toproduce pipes in imperial units. “New entrants from abroad find it hard to enter the UK market given the use of imperial as opposed to metric measurements,” said Charles Montanaro, who holds Polypipe in his Montanaro UK Income fund. However, this is not the stock’s only advantage. Another arises from it being “the largest player in the industry and by far and away the most recognised brand”, said the fund manger, who has strongly outperformed his peer group over the past 10 years, according to FE Trustnet, the fund ana “Polypipe has the broadest product range and a national sales, technical and support team that allows it to work closely with specifiers, contractors and installers,” he said. “The firm works closely with architects to offer low-energy, carbon-efficient solutions with a high level of technical expertise to cater for the ever more demanding regulatory requirements. Montanaro said the company’s strong growth – earnings per share have risen by about 30pc a year since it joined the main market in 2014 – should continue, “driven by the ongoing substitution of materials, increasing regulation and the need for carbon-efficiency products”. Its plastic pipes are often used to replace legacy materials such as clay, copper and concrete. In addition, the Government’s £15bn road investments strategy has resulted in the award of significant road projects that need Polypipe’s products. The fund manager also welcomed the appointment of Martin Payne as the new chief executive, saying he was “bringing a fresh view to the group’s strategy”. This was already in evidence in January when Polypipe announced the planned sale of its French operations for €16.5m. “This was a low-margin business operating in a more competitive market,” Montanaro said. “The disposal is a positive step to streamline the business and to focus on its core markets – although the UK represents about three quarters of sales, it generates 90pc of profits.” At the same time as the disposal, management confirmed that trading was in line with expectations. With the stock offering a free cashflow yield (the total cash generated as a percentage of market value) of 6pc, a forward price to earnings ratio of 13.5 and a dividend yield of 3pc, “there is a lot to like”, Montanaro said. Questor says: buy
robow
13/2/2018
09:59
None too bad on a shabby day...........
soundbuy
31/1/2018
07:42
That'll do...........small disposal.......
soundbuy
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