Persimmon PLC (PSN)

1,855.5
+8.5(+0.46%)
  • Volume:
    373,736
  • Bid/Ask:
    1,790.0/1,900.0
  • Day's Range:
    1,835.5 - 1,860.5
Earnings results expected tomorrow
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PSN Overview

Prev. Close
1,847
Day's Range
1,835.5-1,860.5
Revenue
3.61B
Open
1,860
52 wk Range
1,717.5-2,974
EPS
2.46
Volume
373,736
Market Cap
5.92B
Dividend (Yield)
345.00
(18.59%)
Average Volume (3m)
1,008,559
P/E Ratio
7.23
Beta
1.53
1-Year Change
-36.13%
Shares Outstanding
319,212,259
Next Earnings Date
16 Aug 2022
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Persimmon PLC Company Profile

Persimmon PLC Company Profile

Persimmon PLC is a United Kingdom-based holding company. The Company is engaged in house building approximately 31 operating businesses, three house building brands and three off-site manufacturing facilities providing homes and serving their local communities across the United Kingdom. The Company trades under the brand names of Persimmon Homes, Charles Church and Westbury Partnerships. It trades under the brand names of Persimmon Homes, Charles Church, Westbury Partnerships, Space4, Brickworks, TileWorks and FibreNest. Its Persimmon Homes brand delivers a range of traditional family housing. Its Charles Church brand builds tailored homes for local markets. Its Westbury Partnerships focuses on affordable social housing. The Space4 business operates an off-site manufacturing plant producing timber frames, insulated wall panels and roof cassettes as a fabric solution to the construction of new homes.

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  • Fallen 35.76% in the last twelve months. If it looks like a dog, acts like a dog and smells like a dog......perhaps it's a dog. UK housing crash on it's way, one to avoid.
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    • Except its not a dog it's very profitable and pays a good dividend. House prices are at an all time high and the housing shortage continues. There are increasing costs in labour and materials of course but this is short term, inflation will come back down once the fuel prices rises drop out the annual figures.
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  • Back to 2200 level in a few weeks time
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    • It's paying over 12% dividend. Even the coming divi in June is worth 6%
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      • Just below 1800, buy!!
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        • Of cos it might go lower but downside is very limited. Look how far they have recovered since subprime mortgage crisis.
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        • I agree Anon, they will recover and have in the past.but daily dropping so holding out is a smart move imo
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        • I would add one trench at now. And another around 1600 (if it drops another 10%). A good divi payer this
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      • Far too many factors not in favour of the house builders in the short to medium term. Better risk reward elsewhere at the moment
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        • Like where
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      • This will bounce back big time
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        • Not touching this until 1850 at least
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          • 1830! is this the bottom - its on a 5 year low.
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        • Yield is enticing at this level. £25p/s would be good short term with rates set to rise to 2-3% next year
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          • run!and don't look back!this will drop further.
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            • I doubled my position in PSN today.
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              • Also bought today. Golden opportunity
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              • and why you done that? with housing market in big crisis of our life time!! (yet to come) house prices will just deep and builders just lose value of their properties and still have to sell cheap. don't burn your money over this.
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              • I been through 2008. And the same for PSN. Yes short term there are headwinds but it's undeniable that there is always demand for new properties in the long term
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