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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type Stock ISIN Stock Description
Redrow Plc RDW London Ordinary Share GB00BG11K365 ORD 10.5P
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Low Price High Price Open Price Close Price Last Trade
-28.80 -5.79% 468.60 463.60 497.20 497.20 497.40 16:35:20
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Industry Sector
HOUSEHOLD GOODS & HOME CONSTRUCTION

Redrow RDW Dividends History

Announcement Date Type Currency Dividend Amount Period Start Period End Ex Date Record Date Payment Date Total Dividend Amount
06/02/2020InterimGBX10.501/07/201931/12/201905/03/202006/03/202009/04/20200
05/09/2019FinalGBX20.530/06/201830/06/201919/09/201920/09/201913/11/201930.5
06/02/2019InterimGBX1001/07/201831/12/201807/03/201908/03/201909/04/20190
04/09/2018FinalGBX1930/06/201730/06/201820/09/201821/09/201813/11/201828
07/02/2018InterimGBX901/07/201731/12/201705/04/201806/04/201804/05/20180
05/09/2017FinalGBX1130/06/201630/06/201721/09/201722/09/201710/11/201717
08/02/2017InterimGBX601/07/201631/12/201623/03/201724/03/201705/05/20170
06/09/2016FinalGBX630/06/201530/06/201622/09/201623/09/201611/11/201610
09/02/2016InterimGBX401/07/201531/12/201518/02/201619/02/201631/03/20160
08/09/2015FinalGBX430/06/201430/06/201524/09/201525/09/201513/11/20156
11/02/2015InterimGBX201/07/201431/12/201405/03/201506/03/201501/05/20150
02/09/2014FinalGBX230/06/201330/06/201424/09/201426/09/201414/11/20143
27/02/2014InterimGBX101/07/201331/12/201305/03/201407/03/201402/05/20140
19/09/2013FinalGBX130/06/201230/06/201325/09/201327/09/201315/11/20131
11/09/2007FinalGBX7.831/12/200631/12/200719/09/200721/09/200716/11/200715.6
02/03/2007InterimGBX7.801/07/200631/12/200614/03/200716/03/200704/05/20070
12/09/2006FinalGBX8.730/06/200530/06/200620/09/200622/09/200617/11/200613
07/03/2006InterimGBX4.301/07/200531/12/200515/03/200617/03/200605/05/20060
13/09/2005FinalGBX7.230/06/200430/06/200521/09/200523/09/200518/11/200510.8
08/03/2005InterimGBX3.601/07/200431/12/200416/03/200518/03/200506/05/20050
14/09/2004FinalGBX630/06/200330/06/200422/09/200424/09/200419/11/20049
09/03/2004InterimGBX301/07/200331/12/200317/03/200419/03/200407/05/20040
16/09/2003FinalGBX530/06/200230/06/200324/09/200326/09/200321/11/20037.5
06/03/2003InterimGBX2.501/07/200231/12/200212/03/200314/03/200309/05/20030
10/09/2002FinalGBX4.0430/06/200130/06/200218/09/200220/09/200222/11/20026.06
05/03/2002InterimGBX2.0201/07/200131/12/200113/03/200215/03/200210/05/20020
11/09/2001FinalGBX3.6730/06/200030/06/200119/09/200121/09/200123/11/20015.5
05/03/2001InterimGBX1.8301/07/200031/12/200014/03/200116/03/200118/05/20010
12/09/2000FinalGBX3.330/06/199930/06/200025/09/200029/09/200024/11/20004.95
07/03/2000InterimGBX1.6501/07/199931/12/199910/04/200014/04/200019/05/20000
14/09/1999FinalGBX330/06/199830/06/199920/09/199924/09/199926/11/19994.5
01/03/1999InterimGBX1.501/07/199831/12/199808/03/199912/03/199921/05/19990
15/09/1998FinalGBX2.730/06/199730/06/199821/09/199825/09/199827/11/19984.05

Top Dividend Posts

DateSubject
22/12/2019
13:11
aimingupward2: The Sunday Times Business Section, ‘Inside the City’, features Redrow today and mentions one analyst’s target price of £12.50. Yes, that’s twelve pounds fifty! It doesn’t say when and it does say others think that is too optimistic, but with improving margins and a share price 25% below the sector average on both earnings and n.a.v. metrics, Redrow is a “BUY”. Getting even half way there, say to £10, over the usual target horizon of 12 - 18 months means that there is plenty to go for and, who knows, it might be closer to £12.50 than £10 by then. Anyway, I agree. It’s a clear BUY. Interims in early Feb’ may give it another nudge upward.
12/4/2019
09:46
robertball: So the share price stays the same but you have less shares and cash instead. Post spec. Div
08/4/2019
12:02
sharw: Sorry, but you've got it very wrong. For every 21 shares that you had, worth about 630p, you now have 20 shares worth about 630p and on 16th April will receive 21x30 = 630p cash from the redemption of the B shares. Sounds fair enough to me and shows you why it has been done - to retain share price comparability.
04/3/2019
21:08
robertball: Yes. Don't worry. The share price will adjust for the b class. Ie share price will stay roughly the same but you will have less shares (a kind of ex doc). It'll all balance out....
06/2/2019
09:10
aimingupward2: Good, encouraging, interims this morning with a nice bonus of a 30p per share return to shareholders on top of an increased interim dividend. “As a result of our continuing strong earnings and cash performance, we are proposing a 30p per share cash return to shareholders through a B Share Scheme, which will be in addition to the interim dividend. This Scheme enables all shareholders to participate equally in proportion to their holdings and should be treated as capital for most UK tax resident shareholders. Assuming it is approved by shareholders payment is expected to be made in April 2019. The Scheme will be accompanied by a share consolidation to maintain share price comparability.”;
05/3/2018
08:44
r ball: No news on help to buy. Should see share price uplift now.
28/12/2017
09:41
r ball: As ever there is an inverse relationship between increase in share price and number of posts.
10/11/2017
08:05
adamb1978: Can understand the share price coming off a bit given the PSn and then RDW statements, even if they weren't horrendous. That said, RDW is now trading on a PE of just over 8x historic earnings or about 7.5x current year so you can strongly argue that the market is pricing it, as well as other housebuilders, as if a recession is going to start tomorrow. If there is some sort of macro downturn and earnings halve, it should in theory mean that the share price can, to be an extent, be insulated from it. The bigger impact on share prices would be if Mr Market thought that one or other of the housebuilders was going to need a rights issue to get through any downturn but given their balance sheets, it feels like they should be ok. As a result, I'm not going to be touching my housebuilding shareholdings during any downturn but instead look at any significant weakness as an opportunity to add
12/9/2017
10:08
bigbertie: Perhaps someone has assumed that this placing is (like most others) new shares and will therefore dilute eps and maybe dividends? The fall in share price is almost the same percentage as the quantity of shares placed! I am assuming that the shares placed were included in eps calculations and dividend payouts while held by Bridgemere & the Foundation - is this right? Edit - it looks like the 2 holders are (very sensibly) planning to diversify their portfolios. However in the current market this will probably be interpreted as "calling the top of the housing market". So it's either a warning sign or a buying opportunity.............hmmm
12/9/2017
09:02
thaiger: Why the share price dropped so much?
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