Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sig Plc LSE:SHI London Ordinary Share GB0008025412 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.08 -0.18% 44.66 993,291 16:35:06
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
44.90 44.92 46.06 44.86 45.84
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 1,874.50 -202.30 -16.00 528
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:16:28 O 87 45.34 GBX

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Sig Daily Update: Sig Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SHI. The last closing price for Sig was 44.74p.
Sig Plc has a 4 week average price of 43.60p and a 12 week average price of 43.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 65p while the 1 year low share price is currently 23p.
There are currently 1,181,556,977 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 984,763 shares. The market capitalisation of Sig Plc is £527,683,345.93.
napoleon 14th: Foxtrot Office, Elon. Didn't need your egotistic trumpeting to decide to take a healthy profit on half my SHI.
napoleon 14th: SHI: Liberum on Friday tipped SIG to achieve a 65p share price, should management deliver on its growth strategy. Liberum explained the insulation, roofing and commercial interiors products provider also has the helpful foundation of Clayton, Dubilier & Rice as a strategic partner. The broker raised SIG to Buy from Hold and lifted its price target to 65.0 pence from 54.0p. Shares in SIG were up 4.1% at 51.55p in London early Friday. "The share price could double if the new management team delivers on its growth strategy," Liberum said. "There is material margin upside to be delivered if sales momentum continues. Our analysis of the sector shows management's targets are achievable." SIG laid a return to growth strategy in May last year, targeting an operating margin trending towards roughly 5% in the long-term. It also eyed "revitalising" its German arm, growing other European units and clawing back market share in the UK. The strategy bore early fruits. In the six months to June 30, it said like-for-like sales growth was 33%, including 56% from the UK alone and 22% in the EU. "SIG is well placed for its new growth strategy. It has a new management team, has restructured and invested in its UK sales force, is well capitalised and has an incentivised strategic partner," Liberum added. In addition to the new strategy, SIG last year said private equity firm CD&R snapped up a stake in the company. Liberum added: "Clayton, Dubilier & Rice has a 29% stake in SIG following the equity raise in 2020 and has two board seats. We believe this adds to the expertise of the board and increases our degree of confidence in the turnaround potential. CD&R has made a material investment in SIG, which has supported the refinancing, it is incentivised to help deliver the turnaround and adds expertise." CD&R owns building materials firm Wolseley UK, once part of Ferguson. Liberum summarised: "The strategy changes and self-help by the new management team are beginning to benefit performance. If this continues, it may recover its profitability towards a 5% margin."
napoleon 14th: IMO logistics and distribution problems are the main worry. So what if you put up prices to a much higher mark-up? If you can't deliver the product, you sell nothing. Any notion of a higher mark-up is then wishful thinking, pie in the sky. To maintain level rates of return, the higher prices would help to stay level. Lower turnover due to supply problems will put a cap on profits. Producers could be raising their prices too, reducing distributor profits. That is only valid as long as consumers are prepared to pay the higher prices, which might no longer be affordable and, long term, is not a "given". I've kept all my SHI so far because the new team are making the right moves. The turnaround story is not busted. That doesn't mean they can stop the rising tide of the logistics problem. Re.: King Canute! P.S. I'm certainly NOT topping up...
zho: The biggest share price fallers yesterday were all in the building sector, reflecting worries that the increase in NI payments would lead to a slowing of economic recovery. That's what appears to have caused the pullback in SHI over the past couple of days.
ayl30: Good for SHI margins
bigbigdave: Think this has been tipped in today's Momentum Investor, as a non subscriber can only access the 'free' bit......... SIG - Insulation and roofing materials firm making strong recovery Over the month I met with the management of SIG, a leading supplier of insulation and roofing products. Once a stockmarket darling, it attracted a large investor following during a tremendous share price run from less than £2 to almost £15 between 2000-2007. Although the company has ...
the count: --->ALL Such a muted share price response. Don't know if we have had a big seller in recent weeks. Also not helped by the broker Jefferies today raising their target price from 48.8p to 49.5p (was it worth the effort?), and giving the stock a 'hold' rating. Absolutely useless.... wonder if their clients appreciated missing out on the recent rise to well over 60p. Regards, THE COUNT!
bobbybullet: Excellent results. Profit upgrade, U.K. profitable. I'm confident of a good positive reaction in the share price.
hotchillideals: Builders hit by brick shortage and spiralling pricesIndustry insiders are reporting steep price increases, with cement costs as much as 30pc higherByOliver Gill, CHIEF BUSINESS CORRESPONDENT22 May 2021 • 6:00pmHomeowners are facing a rise in the cost of renovation projects as builders are hit by a shortage of bricks, timber and cement.Shortages of vital construction materials mean that the industry is facing the biggest rise in prices for two and a half decades.The price of timber has risen by more than 400pc over the last year, with copper almost doubling in price during the same period.Gareth Belsham from property developer Naismiths said: "Suppliers of key materials like steel and timber are struggling to keep up with surging demand and this is driving prices ever skyward."Britain is in the grip of a housebuilding boom as it emerges from the pandemic with the Bank of England predicting the economy will grow at its fastest rate since the Second World War. The Federation of Master Builders (FMB) said that more than nine in 10 of its members have repo8rted steep price increases, with cement prices as much as 30pc higher and 50pc for timber. The Office for National Statistics said on Friday that inflation in the construction industry is at its highest level since records began 25 years ago.Brian Berry, chief executive at the FMB, warned that the price increases risked hampering the sector's post-pandemic recovery.He said: "The steep rise in material prices is a particular concern for local builders. The issue is widespread, impacting timber, steel, plastic, insulation and cement, to name but a few."Global supply chain difficulties and high demand are causing longer lead-in times for projects. Consumers need to be aware that the cost of their building projects may change because of this pressure."
johnhelme2704: its good financial planning noiseboy. They sold shares in their ISA in order to make room for their SHI shares..so they wont pay any capital gains tax if/ when SHI shares increase in value. I would argue its positive in that if they werent expecting a SHI share price increase they wouldnt bother...
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