Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Travis Perkins Plc LSE:TPK London Ordinary Share GB0007739609 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -7.50 -0.64% 1,156.00 626,095 16:29:59
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1,156.50 1,157.50 1,188.00 1,147.50 1,184.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 6,955.70 180.80 48.90 23.6 2,915
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:45:01 O 710 1,156.007 GBX

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Travis Perkins Daily Update: Travis Perkins Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TPK. The last closing price for Travis Perkins was 1,163.50p.
Travis Perkins Plc has a 4 week average price of 1,093p and a 12 week average price of 979.40p.
The 1 year high share price is 1,841p while the 1 year low share price is currently 573.80p.
There are currently 252,143,923 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 995,134 shares. The market capitalisation of Travis Perkins Plc is £2,914,783,749.88.
sleepy: Interesting announcement of Chairman trousering half a million after markets closed on New Years Eve
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sleepy: It's a savings/share option scheme open to all employees Will only cost £96m if there's a huge increase in share price. No cost, other than scheme expenses, if shares perform poorly
tiger20: TPK Share Price increasing-one to watch before June FTSE 100 shuffle
tiger20: Travis Perkins recent results last week (which I thought werent to good) saw an increase in their share price,and there is no doubt as building improve they will go up. The next quarterly review of the FTSE in June could have TPK has a contender this would certainly boost the share price,TPK missed out in March I think to Easyjet and look what happened to their shareprice. Just a thought
tiger20: TPK share price up on a dismal comments regarding cold weather and challenging tough construction -sold at a reasonable profit. will buy back later in year
08:17 What Travis Perkins (TPK) don't want - after a year in which non-stop rain reduced building site and outdoor DIY activity - is an extended winter that eats into what should be Spring activity. But that's exactly what we have at the moment. With the share price having gone from 1100 to 1200, 1300 and 1400p in this first 3 months of 2013, there will presumably be a few investors banking profits ahead of the tax year end next week. Fellow DIY materials supplier B&Q this week announced a plan to cut back floor space and close stores after a drastic drop in sales. The building materials group Wolsely (WOS) has reported a 20% fall in half year profits to £199m, with strong growth in the US outweighed by problems in Europe and the UK. These conditions have persisted into the third quarter, and analysts reckoned the difficulties probably dampened hopes of a special dividend payout. It has already cut 990 jobs across Europe since August and has announced a restructuring of its French business Reseau Pro which involves the closure of 24 loss making branches and the disposal of 88 others.
northernlass: TRAVIS PERKINS DIPS A BIT Builders' merchant Travis Perkins (TPK.L) has had a good year so far, but its share price turned tail and fell 32 pence (3%) to 1,103 pence on the day it released a Q3 interim statement that told us trading was in line with expectations. Perhaps, after a 30% gain on the year so far, the punters were expecting more. Or it might be disappointment that financial director Paul Hampden Smith is to stand down after 17 years in the job, also announced today. See the complete article here: P.S. Here's some links about SCLP, one of the hottest stocks at the moment:
yakin: Analysts welcomed the results and said that a drop in the share price represents a buying opportunity.
06:58 By John Mulligan ( Thursday July 10 2008 It seems like trying to identify any good stock-buying opportunities these days is very much a hit-and-miss affair. Just when the banks seemed they could go no lower, they did. And with the housing market in a state of complete disarray, it seemed that buying shares in Grafton Group would be the last thing on most investors' minds. The owner of DIY chains Woodies and Atlantic Homecare, as well as building merchants including Chadwicks, has seen its share price demolished on the back of sharply reduced housing starts and tightening consumer spending. Its shares have tumbled about 65pc in the past year. Irish housing registrations declined by 61pc in May compared with the same month in 2007, as projects were cut back in the face of evaporating demand. This would seem to make Grafton a stock for either the brave or foolhardy; but when share prices are so low, it raises the question of whether something larger such as a takeover may loom. NCB analyst John Sheehan yesterday floated the idea that an all-share merger between Grafton and its UK peer, Travis Perkins, may have merit. Both companies are trading at multi-year lows and Mr Sheehan reckons a merger of the two could create over €500m worth of synergies, especially important as they battle to maintain momentum in collapsing property markets. Grafton already operates in the UK, while Travis Perkins, which owns 900 builders depots and 200 DIY stores under the Wickes brand, is currently confined to its home market. In the first four months of this year, sales at Travis Perkins rose 6.8pc, despite the state of the market, but investors are still circumspect. Yesterday, Morgan Stanley cut its share price target for Travis Perkins to £7.35 from £12.20. While Mr Sheehan believes that shareholder support for a merger between Grafton and Travis Perkins would be forthcoming, one London analyst cast doubt on the level of goodwill that might exist towards such a deal. "Travis Perkins management have a pretty good reputation," said Oriel Securities analyst Paul Checketts, who thinks the idea of a merger has merit, but could be difficult to pull off. "There would certainly be efficiency gains, and some shareholders might look for an exit, but many are prepared to see past the current weakness of Travis Perkins' share price because it's due to macro problems." Bar the prospect of any merger or similar deal, buying into Grafton now at €3.05 will be a long game. Just how long depends on the speed at which the stumbling economy eventually recovers.
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