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
  +45.20p +11.61% 434.40p 431.60p 433.20p 451.60p 385.60p 385.60p 1,007,872 16:35:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 433.2 58.2 24.7 17.6 868

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
25/5/2016
07:45
Solid results today
mida5
31/3/2016
07:36
Interesting results,better than expected
tiger20
30/3/2016
14:03
Polypipe results tomorrow thursday hopefully good. PLP
tiger20
21/3/2016
15:59
whats up today
gucci
01/12/2015
15:08
FTSE Indexes re shuffle 2nd Dec Hoped this may make the FTSE250 but looking to be just short of the capitalised figure needed reckon 3 to 4% increase on S.P from £3.46p would do it. Doubtful Harborvest another hopefull to make FTSE250 is 21% discount NAV only needs a nudge to get in but doubt it today
tiger20
30/11/2015
16:43
Pipe sprung a leak?
keyno
30/11/2015
16:35
Amazing AT Trades at the end of the day appears to have pushed the share price to about 357.5......wonder what all that was about???
johnsoho
26/11/2015
18:10
Back on the up-trend it would seem. Did you hang in there Gucci?
gargleblaster
10/11/2015
17:00
Berenberg re-iterates their target price of 395p.
gargleblaster
09/11/2015
13:58
gucci - imho it may be worth hanging in there in the short term for a couple of technical reasons. Firstly, the share price has not yet closed the gap-up that happened at the start of August. Any close below say 297 would close that gap (and be a bearish signal). Secondly, although the share price fell heavily yesterday the candlestick created could be a "bottom reversal" - a so called inverse hammer, but this would need confirmation today. In short a bounce is possible but if it doesn't come, I for one will be bailing out. Good luck to all!
gargleblaster
06/11/2015
16:58
Chart heading down
gucci
05/11/2015
09:36
HWDN trading update suggests that the building supply sector may be somewhat oversold imo CR
cockneyrebel
20/10/2015
10:55
Good to see that SEB have topped up their holdings to over 3%.
gargleblaster
07/10/2015
21:08
Perhaps as M&A specialists their work here is done, they're practicing what they preach and selling while the price is right.
keyno
07/10/2015
17:31
Nasty when this happens - but imho there is nothing to do but sit tight. How can you know the reasons for the sale that CSP have made? True they have sold their entire holding, but presumably they wish to re-cycle into another investment, which does not mean that PLP does not represent good value going forward imv.
gargleblaster
07/10/2015
10:39
Thanks Andy2205 and 1861
johnsoho
07/10/2015
09:55
Seems one of the ii is selling large number of shares Cavendish Square Partners to sell up to 15,618,766 shares in UK's Polypipe, representing 7.84 pct of capital Hopefully they will get picked up by another investor, leaving my stop in place but could well break it if carries on down!
1861andy
07/10/2015
09:12
No idea but share price now heading back up (was 9% down, now just 5% down this am).
andy2205
07/10/2015
08:59
Why the sudden drop in the SP? anyone any ideas?
johnsoho
30/9/2015
21:01
I think so johnv. He and his missy may just be buying a holiday home or such like - so imv you can't react to every bit of news (otherwise your trading costs would be prohibitive). The stock looks cheap to me - fwd per of 14.5 & PEG of less that 0.5, barriers to entry etc (dyor) - so I will be sitting tight (subject to other events)! Good luck!
gargleblaster
30/9/2015
17:38
Overhang from the director selling?( I know its not a lot) and gap to fill 300 to 312p.
johnv
13/8/2015
07:59
Good write up in Shs mag; As the mania for M&A continues, the ability to do good deals remains undiminished as drainage expert Polypipe (PLP) illustrated with its 5 August acquisition of Welsh-based manufacturer and distributor of ventilation systems, Nuaire. In a deal that cost Polypipe £145 million analysts are characterising Nuaire a good strategic fit and is in line with management’s stated strategy of broadening its exposure to markets that benefit from energy legislation. Analyst Christen Hjorth at Numis thinks strategic and synergy considerations aside, the deal should ‘be substantially earnings accretive (15% in 2016 – the first full year of ownership).’ When we flagged up Polypipe as a Play of the Week on 16 July, we told readers that a combination of favourable UK market conditions, overseas opportunities and potential acquisitions funded by a robust balance sheet were prominent among the £651 million cap’s attractions. Not only is Polypipe one of the largest suppliers of plastic pipe systems for commercial and residential applications in the UK, it is also one of the 10 leading European piping suppliers. With Polypipe trading on a 2016 P/E of 12.4 and dividend yield of 3.2%, Numis raises its target price to 360p and upgrades to a ‘buy’ recommendation. Both Deutsche Bank and Numis raised targets after this acquisition and we share their bullish view.
gargleblaster
06/8/2015
08:22
IC stick with their buy rating Polypipe’s (PLP) access to high-growth markets backed by environmental legislation has been significantly boosted by its £145m acquisition of ventilation product manufacturer Nuaire. News of the deal, which is expected to spark double digit enhancement to EPS, sent shares in the building products specialist up 8 per cent. As legislation aims to reduce carbon emissions, the UK ventilation market is forecast to outstrip domestic construction market growth. Wales-based Nuaire, which will continue to operate as an independent division, generated sales of £63.5m and profits of £12.8m in the year to June. Prior to the acquisition, broker Berenberg forecast EPS of 17.9p in the year to December 2015, rising to 21.3p in 2016. IC View: At 322p, shares in Polypipe have jumped 24 per cent on our buy advice (259p, 1 Apr 2015), yet even before factoring in this earning-enhancing deal still trade at a discount to peers. Given the group’s increased exposure to vibrant legislation-backed markets, we’re keeping it on a buy. Last IC view: Buy, 259p, 1 Apr 2015
gargleblaster
05/8/2015
09:45
This is a bit leaky. Broke out yesterday and today they announce an acquisition. I put these in my Stock challenge with the aim to buy these before results. Time for a re-think.
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