|Bid||2,140.00 x 0|
|Ask||2,140.00 x 0|
|Day's range||2,116.00 - 2,175.00|
|52-week range||1,572.50 - 2,358.70|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||1.14|
|PE ratio (TTM)||12.48|
|Earnings date||10 Dec 2019|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.40 (1.87%)|
|1y target est||2,438.13|
Shares in Ashtead (LON:AHT) have been in an uptrend in recent months, and the question now for investors is whether that price strength will continue. Finding8230;
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Ashtead Group PLC AGM Statement 10 th September 2019 ASHTEAD GROUP PLC (the “Company”) AGM Statement & Results At the Annual General Meeting of the Company “Ashtead Group plc” held on 10 th September 2019 ...
UK blue-chip shares slipped on Tuesday, as a second set of disappointing data from China this week cemented fears of a slowdown in global economic growth, while gains in the pound amid fading no-deal Brexit worries hit multinational stocks. The FTSE 100 index dipped 0.4%, having suffered its worst day this month in the last session, with equipment rental giant Ashtead falling 3% after in-line results. The more domestically-focussed index of midcaps was flat by 0705 GMT, supported by a 22% jump in Galliford Try after the construction company said it had restarted preliminary talks to sell its residential units to housebuilder Bovis Homes.
Equipment rental giant Ashtead Plc reported higher first-quarter profit on Tuesday, as its U.S. Sunbelt business benefited from higher rental demand for industrial gear. The company's results follows a bumper 2018-19, with Ashtead seeing an uptick in construction companies choosing to rent equipment instead of buying, and as U.S. construction activity boomed. Ashtead said it spent 125 million pounds under its share buyback programme in the quarter, and expects to spend a minimum of 500 million pounds on share buybacks this year.
The FTSE 100 company, which rents out diggers, construction tools and other equipment, said underlying pretax profit rose 9% to 319 million pounds in the three months ended July 31, compared to analysts' expectations of 317 million pounds. The company's results follows a bumper 2018-19, with Ashtead seeing an uptick in construction companies choosing to rent equipment instead of buying, and as U.S. construction activity boomed.
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Transaction in own shares Ashtead Group plc (the " Company ") announces that on 5 th September 2019 it purchased for Treasury the following number of its ordinary shares of 10 pence each pursuant ...
Ashtead Group plc 5 th September 2019 ASHTEAD GROUP PLC Announcement of Q1 Results Ashtead Group plc announces that its first quarter results for the period ended 31 st July 2019 will be announced on Tuesday ...
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