Pendragon PLC (PDG)

28.20
+0.30(+1.07%)
  • Volume:
    1,287,237
  • Bid/Ask:
    27.60/28.30
  • Day's Range:
    28.10 - 28.30

PDG Overview

Prev. Close
27.9
Day's Range
28.1-28.3
Revenue
3.48B
Open
28.2
52 wk Range
19.23-29
EPS
0.043
Volume
1,287,237
Market Cap
392.29M
Dividend (Yield)
N/A
(N/A)
Average Volume (3m)
2,152,718
P/E Ratio
6.61
Beta
0.681
1-Year Change
31.16%
Shares Outstanding
1,391,097,593
Next Earnings Date
21 Mar 2023
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Pendragon PLC Company Profile

Pendragon PLC, together with its subsidiaries, operates in the automotive retail sector in the United Kingdom. It operates through Franchised UK Motor, Software, Car Store, and Leasing segments. The company sells new and used motor cars, motorbikes, trucks, and vans, as well as offers associated aftersales activities of service, body repair, and parts sales. It also operates carstore.com, an online marketplace for used cars; and distributes aftermarket parts, accessories, and workshop consumables under the Quickco brand. In addition, the company provides cloud-based dealer management systems; and Licence Link, an online license checking tool for fleets, as well as hires and leases cars and vans to small, medium, and large fleets under the Pendragon Vehicle Management brand, and retails vehicles under the Evans Halshaw and Stratstone brand names. It operates 138 franchise points. Pendragon PLC was incorporated in 1988 and is headquartered in Nottingham, the United Kingdom.

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Analyst Price Target

Average34.33 (+21.75% Upside)
High47
Low23
Price28.2
No. of Analysts3
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  • difficult to see this company surviving. take away the goodwill and they have negative net worth in a market place rapidly changing.CEO on £2.2 million, making losses, had to refinance a £10million site at 6.3%. All crazy stuff and looking like a story that will end badly
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