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Share Price: 2,418.00Bid: 2,415.00Ask: 2,417.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Berkeley Gp.hld
Spread: 2.00Spread as %: 0.08%Open: 2,338.00High: 2,434.00Low: 2,350.00Yesterday’s Close: 2,418.00


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SidKnee
Posts: 394
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,614.00
SP
14 Feb '14
Stand by for 2800.
 
lucentum
Posts: 477
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2,597.00
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RE: #dividend & yield
13 Feb '14
that does assume that the 2nd interim dividend does not rise beyond 59p; I believe it will - if the 2nd divi also rose to 90p that woudl give a total divi of 180p/1600 = circa 7% which would not be shocking as gsk pay 5% and this company has some cracking prospects.
I do note that although Berkeley stated the 90p dividend way in advance, last year an interim ex-dividend date was 20th March and payment date 19th April, then we have august/september and december/january's divis; so an announcement will be made soon regarding the next interim dividend to be paid and how much so we shall see - i predict 80-90p and then of course there is another dividend payout in september and they mots certainly will be paying out but they are keeping their cards close to their chests as to what the payment is and when the x-dividend date is to avoid carpet baggers
driftking27
Posts: 536
Question
Opinion:Hold
Price:2,538.00
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#dividend & yield
24 Jan '14
Is like to ask which is right regarding dividend & yield for Berkeley Group Holdings.

The full year currently stands at 90p ( paid 17/1/14) & 59p(27/9/13) = 149p.
That then represents a 5.8% dividend. Right?

tools.morningstar.co.uk/uk/stockreport/default.aspx?SecurityToken=0P000090RF]3]0]E0WWE$$ALL
lucentum
Posts: 477
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2,635.00
whipping buy at 1635
20 Jan '14
brokers recommendation today upped to 2587 by Deutsche up from 2358 on 16th december, so they have stuck 230p on the forecast.
liberium capital forecast 2634 in October and have stuck to it. other brokers panmure gordon, HSBC, UBS Davy and Jefferies forecast, 2200, 2235, 2250, 2252 and 2018 respectively
yet still large traders appear to disagree with brokers forecasts with one trade at 1635 gong through at £934.82k

i do wonder what those brokers tell their clients - presumably the entity that bough £934k didn't take their advice or the advice they were given perhaps verbally over the phone was different
lucentum
Posts: 477
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2,673.00
53p up buy buy buy
20 Jan '14
raging bull is back
lucentum
Posts: 477
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2,672.00
90p a share dividend due on friday
15 Jan '14
shares aren't doing too bad for an ex-dividend stock - 3.3% yield currently and that's only based on this 1st interim dividend the biggie is yet to come later this year
lucentum
Posts: 477
Off Topic
Opinion:Weak Buy
Price:2,678.00
plenty of 10k plus buys today
15 Jan '14
2700 seems to be a bit of a barrier currently but this share shows no signs to dipping down to brokers forecasts of 2400-2500 ish
lucentum
Posts: 477
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:2,689.00
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RE: #Be warned about crush
13 Jan '14
Good article, I think you are right certainly when the new flats just outside the city of London, at tower Bridge/Wapping are built, i don't think many of the purchasers will need any assistance stumping up the cash
driftking27
Posts: 536
Research
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:2,676.00
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#Be warned about crush
13 Jan '14
Just caught this article from UK builders, regarding help to buy scheme. Though as BKG is in Surrey & London it would not feel the real effects...

http://www.standard.co.uk/business/business-news/end-of-help-to-buy-could-crush-housing-boom-warn-builders-9055491.html
driftking27
Posts: 536
Question
Opinion:Buy
Price:2,727.00
#Buying
12 Jan '14
Going to buy £5k worth sometime tomorrow, and maybe £5k into Threadneedle Global Equity fund very soon. Does anyone have an interest in any Asian OEIC's like the Newton fund that offers 5.2%?

Thanks
Scott



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