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  • Crest Nicholson Holdings Plc : CRST-GB: Dividend Analysis : March 17th, 2017 (record date) : By the numbers : March 30, 2017
    Capital Cube27 days ago

    Crest Nicholson Holdings Plc : CRST-GB: Dividend Analysis : March 17th, 2017 (record date) : By the numbers : March 30, 2017

    Categories: Yahoo Finance Get free summary analysis Our analysis is based on comparing Crest Nicholson Holdings Plc with the following peers – Taylor Wimpey plc, Berkeley Group Holdings plc, Barratt Developments PLC, Bovis Homes Group PLC, J Smart & Co (Contractors) PLC and Formation Group Plc (TW-GB, BKG-GB, BDEV-GB, BVS-GB, SMJ-GB and FRM-GB). Crest Nicholson Holdings Plc’s dividend ... Read more (Read more...)

  • Crest Nicholson Holdings Plc breached its 50 day moving average in a Bearish Manner : CRST-GB : March 28, 2017
    Capital Cube29 days ago

    Crest Nicholson Holdings Plc breached its 50 day moving average in a Bearish Manner : CRST-GB : March 28, 2017

    Categories: Europe Stock Alerts Yahoo Finance Click here to see latest analysis *Disclaimer : This is as of previous day’s closing price. Technical Indicators Below is a quick look at 5 technical indicators for Crest Nicholson Holdings Plc. More studies are available on the Technical Chart. Indicator Signal Closing Price above/below 50 Day Moving Average Bearish Closing Price above/below 200 Day ... Read more (Read more...)

  • Reuters - UK Focuslast month

    Shareholders in British builder Crest Nicholson vote down executive pay report

    Investors' concerns about executive pay at UK companies are growing, but have had little public success so far in forcing company boards to change pay arrangements by accepting their guidance. Crest Nicholson, which operates in London, southern and eastern England and south Wales, said in a statement that it was "disappointed" by the results of Thursday's vote. A report this week showed that the heads of Britain's top 100 listed companies earn on average almost 400 times more than a worker on the minimum wage.