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Share Price Information for Kingfisher? (KGF)

Share Price: 208.50Bid: 209.10Ask: 209.30Change: -1.50 (-0.71%)Faller - Kingfisher
Spread: 0.20Spread as %: 0.10%Open: 210.50High: 210.60Low: 206.90Yesterday’s Close: 210.00

Kingfisher Plc Ord 15 5/7P

Kingfisher? is part of the Retailers sector

Kingfisher plc is a British multinational retailing company headquartered in London, and is the largest home improvement retailer in Europe. Employing 77,000 people in nearly 1,200 stores, they are well established across 10 countries.

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Currency Issue Country Shares in Issue Market Capitalisation Market Size
GBX GB 2,110.11m £4,399.59m 7,500

52 Week High 319.70 52 Week High Date 19-JUL-2018
52 Week Low 202.70 52 Week Low Date 2-JAN-2019

# Trades Vol. Sold Vol. Bought PE Ratio Earnings Dividend Yield
4,934 3,321,778 5,263,699 20.243 10.30 10.82 5.19

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Users who hold KGF also hold: Tesco, Lloyds, Vodafone, BP, Uk Oil & Gas, Taylor Wimpey, Glaxosmithkline, RBS, National Grid, Centrica

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Directors Deals for Kingfisher? (KGF)
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Jeff Carr held the position of Non-Executive Director at Kingfisher at the time of this trade.
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Sophie Gasperment held the position of Non-Executive Director at Kingfisher at the time of this trade.
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Andrew Cosslett held the position of Chairman at Kingfisher at the time of this trade.
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14 May '19
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Kingfisher Q1 Preview 15.05.19
14 May '19
Will Kingfisher announce a new CEO alongside its Q1 results next Wednesday?

Though it saw a 13% plunge in underlying pre-tax profit to £693 million, March’s full year report was really notable for the changes to the firm’s long-running ONE Kingfisher transformation plan. Forced to abandon the target of a sustainable £500 million annual profit uplift by FY 2020/21, stating that it ‘no longer reflects’ how the business is managed, CEO Veronique Laury was given the boot, though her leaving date wasn’t announced.

Any word on her successor may be the most sought-after piece of news on Wednesday. Beyond that, investors will specifically be looking for signs of improvement in Castorama given Kingfisher said it was ‘implementing a clear plan’ to turnaround the ailing brand. The progress of the extended rollout of Screwfix outlets in the UK and abroad will also be under the spotlight.

Read what Spreadex analysts have to say, or watch a 60 second preview, here: https://spreadex.com/?tid=391504
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23 Mar '19
Actually to compare over 10 years is not a very useful thing to do because in 2009 most share prices were only just above rock bottom, after suffering large value losses due to the financial crisis in 2008/09.

However the general trends are fairly clear, a loss in equity value for many of the large UK retailers - this despite a relative fall in the value of Sterling, which from a bigger perspective, is the same as a currency devaluation (only a gradual one).

Also the fact the Bank of England switched interests rates to 0.5% and kept them that low for ten years has in effect devalued people's savings and transferred some of this value to people who had taken on irresponsibly high levels of debt ...seems rather unfair if you were planning to invest your savings but didn't think you should have to overpay for something just because someone else had borrowed an irresponsibly large amount to buy it before you could.

Trying to create a sense of balance to my posts as I try to be middle-of-the-road - hence why I think interest rates should be about 5% to create a level playing field between savers and borrowers. After all you shouldn't really be borrowing unless you are creating something which is definitely in demand by the economy...and therefore you should easily be able to pay back you debts plus interest at between 5-8%. If borrowers can't afford to pay down their borrowings after ten years of being able to borrow at 0.5% interest then really, over most of history, they would be looked upon as insolvent ... as if their products were really in demand by the economy they would have no trouble paying down their debts plus 5-8% interest per year.

Anyway, I suppose there hasn't been hyperinflation like in Argentina or Venezuela - something positive at least for people in the UK as hyperinflation generally leads to rioting and a great deal of chaos
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Another company in the doldrums
23 Mar '19

Carney said that 0.5% interest rates for ten years have done the economy a power of good (well also doubling the national debt, plus £430 billion in newly created money, QE).

Well all that creation of new money (at the expense of savers/pensioners/gilts) might have done the economy a power of good - except most share prices are now lower than ten years ago if you exclude companies which earn a portion of their revenues in foreign currencies (any company earning in dollars and paying dividends in pounds has seen a rising share price).

However, it is not Carney's brilliance or intellect which has boosted the economy - it is simply he has taken money from the gilt market, from savers, and from people holding Sterling and transferred some of that wealth to people holding bonds, to debtors, and to people holding foreign currency.

Seems strange to praise the Bank of England for making the UK poorer. Yet Carney has received a lot of praise in the media and very little criticism - just shows how corrupt and self-serving the 1% (who are already the richest) have become in my opinion.

Personally I think Carney should set out a public vision for the UK economy and the two political parties should debate it and say how they would adjust/modify that vision if they won the next election. Than at least at the next election people would know what they were voting on...they would know the direction of travel that the policy-makers had in mind for the UK. Under the current system everything is secret and very little of what is spouted in the manifestos of political parties is ever enacted at an economic level.
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RE: Kingfisher FY 20.03.19 Preview
20 Mar '19
Zero surprises in the results today.

Positive dividend and CEO change at last.

Surely at some point they have to explicitly communicate to shareholders that the +£500 Million set out in their 5 year plan simply isn't going to happen!?
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