|Bid||6.21 x 200000|
|Ask||6.28 x 200000|
|Day's range||6.32 - 6.32|
|52-week range||3.57 - 6.32|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.68|
|PE ratio (TTM)||7.40|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.38 (6.41%)|
|Ex-dividend date||19 Mar 2020|
|1y target est||N/A|
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Crest Nicholson, which operates in Southern half of England, was hit by weaker consumer confidence during the year which led to Britons buying fewer houses. The company, under new Chief Executive Officer Peter Trustcott, is looking to shore up its business and return to profit growth after it suffered a Brexit-driven drop in prices. Crest also took an exceptional charge of 18.4 million pounds ($24.18 million) in the current financial year for a change in government guidance on combustible materials.
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The FTSE 100 blue-chip stock index dropped more than 1% on Thursday, under pressure from results-driven falls in Shell and Lloyds and the latest tensions over the U.S.-China trade situation. The main index ended 1.1% lower on its worst day in a month, lagging its European counterparts, while losses in the domestically focused FTSE 250 were capped at 0.5% in response to stronger sterling.
The company, which builds houses and flats in London and across the southern half of England, said new Chief Executive Peter Truscott wants to develop more projects and rely less on land sales in the coming years. Crest Nicholson now expects to make pretax profit of between £120 million and £130 million for the year to Oct. 31, down as much as 32% year on year. Analysts had expected pretax profit of £152.9 million this year, Refinitiv data shows, and shares in the company tumbled 11% in response.
British homebuilder Crest Nicholson on Thursday warned that annual profit would fall by a third as prices flatten on Brexit-hit consumer confidence and as the company's new leadership embarks on changes to the business. The company, which builds houses and flats in London and across the southern half of England, said new Chief Executive Peter Truscott wants to develop more projects and rely less on land sales in the coming years. Crest Nicholson now expects to make pretax profit of between 120 million pounds ($155.2 million) and 130 million pounds for the year to Oct. 31, down as much as 32% year on year.
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Crest Nicholson has reported an 11% drop in pre-tax profits to £64.4m for the six months to April 30 as the housebuilder came faced stagnant prices and rising build costs. The group said revenues rose 7% to £501.9m, but profit margins were squeezed by build cost inflation at between 3% and 4%. Crest said it has put its growth strategy on hold due to Brexit uncertainty, and shifted away from London's private sales market towards partnerships and joint ventures.
Crest Nicholson Holdings Plc reported a fall in pretax-profit for the first half of 2019 as Brexit nerves kept house prices flat across the south of England and building costs continued to climb. Crest, which builds houses and flats in London and across England's southern half, said forward sales were up 15% in the first half, leading it to stick to its previous forecast for the full year. Interim Chief Executive Officer Chris Tinker said in a statement the rise in forward sales had also come at the cost of slightly lower margins.
Crest, which builds houses and flats in London and across England's southern half, said forward sales were up 15% in the first half, leading it to stick to its previous forecast for the full year. Interim Chief Executive Officer Chris Tinker said in a statement the rise in forward sales had also come at the cost of slightly lower margins.
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Truscott will replace Patrick Bergin, who agreed to step down as CEO and from the board at the annual meeting on Tuesday, Crest said. Galliford said Finance Director Graham Prothero will become its new chief executive officer.
Cooper, who joins from J Sainsbury plc's, would be tasked with returning the housebuilder to a stable growth path after it continued to suffer from stuttered demand amidst Brexit uncertainty. The company, traditionally associated with upmarket properties in southern England, recently forecast a "difficult" first half as its full-year profit fell short of expectations while adding that it was cutting costs, reviewing its supply chain and processes, and shoring up falling margins.