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
  -3.35 -6.15% 51.15 7,616,410 16:35:10
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
51.20 51.30 53.95 51.20 53.85
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 1,874.50 -202.30 -16.00 604
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
17:55:17 O 813,980 51.155 GBX

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16/6/202111:08SIG plc - the best insulation from any market falls3,392
14/6/202110:02SHI -SIGplc, new CEO and board, a recovery stock for 2020217
21/9/202020:49SHI: A RECOVERY STORY!30
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31/1/200715:51SIG plc189

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Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
2021-06-18 16:55:1851.16813,980416,391.47O
2021-06-18 16:38:1451.35790405.67O
2021-06-18 16:31:5051.351,687866.26O
2021-06-18 16:08:1351.1546,20023,631.30O
2021-06-18 15:35:1051.152,574,0651,316,634.25UT
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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 54.50p.
Sig Plc has a 4 week average price of 51.20p and a 12 week average price of 38.20p.
The 1 year high share price is 65p while the 1 year low share price is currently 21.60p.
There are currently 1,181,556,977 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,725,382 shares. The market capitalisation of Sig Plc is £604,366,393.74.
whittler100: It rather looks to me as if SHI is starting to roll over especially on the daily chart and now looking that way on the weekly chart. I still like aspects of the recovery story but it seems to me that the price got a little extended and hence the profit-taking. May well look to get back in at the sub-'50s if that price continues to drop.
zingerburger: Looks like more bad news for NMCN, is having a effect on the share price recently Very sad situation at NMCN. It is hard to understand how a company that had £26m net cash at Dec-19 and £33m net cash at end of Dec-18, now according to the trade press is looking for a £50m loan in order to keep going.
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."
zico01: Indeed an excellent start to the week. Chart indicating a slight resistance at around 62p,then a gap up to 90p.The share price will start to move up a lot quicker once we've consolidated at around 62p.
zico01: Having upped it's forecasts with 8 months to the year end still left i feel the company will issue a few more upgrades as the year progresses. Which will no doubt have a positive effect on the share price throughout the year and we could be well over the £ barrier by this time next year,if not sooner !!!
blusteradjuster: If Europe is holding back the share price, it's worth noting the acceleration in the vaccination drive on the continent. Better news from over there should translate into increased confidence here.
lauders: Added a few shares to my pot yesterday. At these levels it should be OK in the distant future as the hoped for turnaround gathers momentum and the share price responds. Perhaps the quality of posts here will also improve as the share price improves? Seems to be a direct correlation at the moment. The last 4 posts are blank filtered ones so proves my point! Worth recalling what Steve Francis stated in the last half year report: “The new management team has started to execute its strategy and implement its organisational model, which focuses on our local branch teams, enabling growth and returning to active industry leadership. As previously stated, the essence of our new strategy is re-connection with our people – employees, customers, suppliers and the communities in which we do business. We are a local, sales and service-driven business. We firmly believe that our new strategy for growth will provide the basis, not only for the restoration of profit and strong cash conversion, but also serve as a foundation to play a leading role in our industry in the years to come. “Long term fundamentals remain sound in the Group’s markets across Europe. In the short term, significant economic uncertainty remains in all of our markets, although government stimulus for the construction sector, notably in the UK, is welcome. “Trading was better than anticipated during the peak lock down months of March to May, compared to our initial estimates of the possible Covid-19 impact, and the Board now expects full year sales to be moderately higher than guided in May. Group sales in July and August were encouraging although down year on year, and market share losses during 2019, particularly in the UK distribution business, will take time to recover. The second half of 2020 is expected to remain loss making, but at a lower rate than the first despite some increased pressure on gross margin in the UK. “I am extremely encouraged by the energy and excitement with which our people have embraced the new strategy and by the initial progress made in a short space of time. “The Group demonstrated agility and resilience in the first half of the year, dealing with an unprecedented external challenge, and significant internal change and activity. Coupled with a strengthened balance sheet, the foundations are now in place for the business to grow.” Https://
johnhelme2704: its good financial planning noiseboy. They sold shares in their ISA in order to make room for their SHI 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...
mach100: Most companies who have a discounted placing will see the share price fall to the level of the placing or below. At the discounted level though the issue of funding has been clarified. The placing price should underpin the share price in the absence of any news as the forward selling and profit takers are out. When you consider the bad news is in the price and as SIG opens up for business as the lockdown unwinds and pent up demand is unleashed then the share price is only going one way.
amazoner: SHI share price movement can go extremely low before bouncing back. Guess, how low will it go this time? I think between 29p and 32p
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