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TPK Travis Perkins Plc

716.00
-2.00 (-0.28%)
19 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Travis Perkins Plc LSE:TPK London Ordinary Share GB00BK9RKT01 ORD �0.11205105
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -2.00 -0.28% 716.00 350,951 16:35:27
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
712.00 713.00 720.50 702.50 720.50
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Lumber, Plywd, Millwork-whsl 4.86B 38.1M 0.1793 39.71 1.51B
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
18:12:45 O 2,056 708.07 GBX

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Posted at 20/4/2024 09:20 by Travis Perkins Daily Update
Travis Perkins Plc is listed in the Lumber, Plywd, Millwork-whsl sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker TPK. The last closing price for Travis Perkins was 718p.
Travis Perkins currently has 212,509,334 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Travis Perkins is £1,513,066,458.
Travis Perkins has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 39.71.
This morning TPK shares opened at 720.50p
Posted at 13/10/2022 15:55 by sphere25
Hold the front page, a bullish post here:

"Travis Perkins (TPK) is unloved but JOHCM manager Alex Savvides says there is unrealised value in the builders’ merchants.

Savvides holds the stock in his £1.3bn JOHCM UK Dynamic fund and in a recent update recognised that the company has ‘continued to stay out of favour as fears of a deep recession in the UK [lead] to the market derating the stock close to its decade low price/earnings’;.

He said this happened ‘despite next year’s [PE ratio] having been revised lower by the market’.

‘At current prices, we believe the entire merchanting division alone could potentially justify the value of the company, with more than £400m of unrealised freehold property gains and the entire Toolstation business being offered for free,’ he said.

Shares in Travis Perkins closed down 2.9% at 755p on Wednesday, having halved this year."


Clearly at some point the analysts are going to lower the forecasts to a point where it is going to be difficult to not hit the numbers or when the price just keeps getting bought up on even weak statements.

I'm still bearish but considering the beat downs of some shares, you do wonder if some astute folk are having a little nibble in some companies down here. Maybe some short term pain is becoming worth long term gain in some?

Blooming hek, best not get too bullish!

All imo
DYOR
Posted at 04/8/2022 10:06 by jeffian
Not much interest here?

May be one to pick up for recovery.


Market underestimating Travis Perkins, says Liberum

Builders’ merchants Travis Perkins (TPK) has derated too far, according to Liberum.

Analyst Charlie Campbell retained his ‘buy’ recommendation but reduced the target price from £18.14 to £14.40 on the stock, which inched 0.1% higher to close at 935p on Wednesday.

Campbell said the first half performance of Toolstation was ‘disappointing’, but the merchanting division performed well, ‘bearing fruit from work to reposition it and also from exposure to social housing refurbishment which is now growing again’. He views ‘Toolstation’s hiccup as a blip not a trend’.

‘We see over 50% upside to an unadventurous price target of £14.40,’ said Campbell. ‘The market seems to be overestimating downside risk, dismissing Toolstation’s long-term growth and ignoring improvement in the core.’
Posted at 08/9/2020 08:59 by netcurtains
What are your views?

Group like-for-like sales trends in July and August have returned to close to prior year levels which is supported by domestic RMI and current strong trading in consumer DIY markets.
Posted at 11/6/2020 21:37 by danmart2
Problem with travis Perkins is the fluidity of prices to the trade; unless you go to the same branch for all your materials and build up a rapport with the staff to get a decent discount it’s just not worth bothering with them.
There normal walk in retail prices are extortionate.
Whatever they quote you simply ask for some trade discount and you get 20% no bother.
However I know of one joiner who uses them religiously and he gets a 50% discount as he is a face.
IMO, this is an antiquated way to run a business and Travis needs to get rid of the hidden discount structures and have transparent prices.
I know plenty of builders in the trade who each turn over 100k plus in materials who will never consider stepping foot in travis Perkins as you never know what price you will end up being quoted.
Posted at 31/3/2020 21:31 by gswredland
TPK got enough to weather the storm?
Looks like it from last statement...
Posted at 20/3/2020 07:25 by pugugly
Suspect those buying in yesterday may have burnt fingers this morning - Dividend cancelled - Batten down the hatches - Major storm warning ahead.
Price pre market open 706/709.
Posted at 19/2/2020 06:39 by brummy_git
All the latest building product valuation multiples and KPIs can be downloaded from here, including TPK
Posted at 08/5/2019 23:35 by jeffian
Depends where you look!
Posted at 18/1/2019 08:37 by chillpill
There is a squeeze going on in Brexit stocks.

Some like TPK, the housebuilders and some property stocks had got just too cheap.
Posted at 17/1/2019 08:09 by 18bells
If you are replacing the boiler every 5-10yrs you may find it cheaper to simply use electric as a source of heating. Yes the unit price maybe more but good bye to the purchase of a gas boiler and the installation cost every so many years.
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