GFRD.L - Galliford Try plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
129.76
-3.56 (-2.67%)
At close: 4:35PM BST
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Previous close133.32
Open141.40
Bid129.42 x 0
Ask133.16 x 0
Day's range127.96 - 142.00
52-week range52.65 - 201.40
Volume439,772
Avg. volume1,371,369
Market cap144.102M
Beta (5Y monthly)0.86
PE ratio (TTM)1.39
EPS (TTM)93.60
Earnings date12 Mar 2020
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend date19 Mar 2020
1y target est1,054.00
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  • Reuters

    Builder Galliford overstated net assets by $120 million - watchdog

    Construction company Galliford Try overstated its net assets by 94 million pounds ($120 million) in 2018 and its accounts have been restated, Britain's audit watchdog said on Thursday. The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) said it had raised a number of issues with the company, including the recognition of revenue on construction contracts, and the classification of certain cash flows in its cash flow statement. "The FRC found that Galliford Try overstated its revenue in 2018, which the company has now corrected," said David Rule, the FRC's executive director of supervision.

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    Builder Galliford overstated net assets by £94 million - watchdog

    Galliford Try overstated its net assets by 94 million pounds in 2018 and its accounts have been restated, Britain's audit watchdog said on Thursday after its latest inquiry into the construction industry. Shares in Galliford, which also reported wider first-half 2019 losses on Thursday, were down 15% at 126.24 pence by 0958 GMT. The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) said it had raised a number of issues with the company, including the recognition of revenue on construction contracts, and the classification of certain cash flows in its cash flow statement.

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    Builder Galliford told to restate construction contract revenues

    Construction company Galliford Try plc overstated its revenues in 2018 and its accounts have been restated, Britain's audit watchdog said on Thursday. The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) said it had raised a number of issues with the company, including the recognition of revenue on construction contracts, and the classification of certain cash flows in its cash flow statement. "The FRC found that Galliford Try overstated its revenue in 2018, which the company has now corrected," said David Rule, the FRC's executive director of supervision.

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  • Reuters

    Leaner Galliford Try starts on a strong note with contract wins

    Shares in Galliford rose 7.9% to 156.2 pence at 0932 GMT. Cowley-based Galliford, which sold its residential business to Vistry Group, previously known as Bovis Homes, said its current order book stood at 3.2 billion pounds. Galliford and infrastructure firm Balfour Beatty are in advanced talks to settle claims related to the construction of a motorway project in Aberdeen.

  • Reuters

    Galliford-Balfour JV settles on Aberdeen motorway claims

    Builder Galliford and infrastructure firm Balfour jointly worked on the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route and incurred additional costs after the collapse of Carillion, a major partner on the project that fell behind schedule and exceeded budget. As part of the settlement with their client, the companies will receive 32 million pounds ($41.53 million) each, Galliford and Balfour said in separate statements. Galliford added it expected to write down 52 million pounds in related costs.

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    UPDATE 2-Crest Nicholson warns on profit as new CEO rejigs homebuilder

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    Galliford CEO Prothero plans to quit to join Bovis Homes - Sunday Times

    Prothero could take a senior role at Bovis or could be appointed chief executive, allowing Bovis CEO Greg Fitzgerald to step back to chairman, the report added, citing a source. Prothero was promoted to be Galliford's chief executive in March this year after former CEO Peter Truscott was poached by housebuilder Crest Nicholson Holdings .

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  • Reuters - UK Focus

    UPDATE 2-Stimulus, trade hopes lift FTSE 100; LSE at life high on Hong Kong bid

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    UPDATE 2-Galliford says cash boost from Bovis is key to housing deal

    Galliford Try aims to focus on a smaller, more profitable construction business, which will be easier with the cash boost from a proposed sale of its housing businesses to Bovis Homes, its CEO said on Wednesday. Galliford, like others in the residential housing market, has been hit by a downturn in the UK housing market. It restarted talks to sell its housing businesses to Bovis on Tuesday after a previous proposed offer was improved to 1.08 billion pounds ($1.33 billion) including a cash component.

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    Galliford says cash boost from Bovis is key to housing deal

    Galliford, like others in the residential housing market, has been hit by a downturn in the UK housing market. It restarted talks to sell its housing businesses to Bovis on Tuesday after a previous proposed offer was improved to 1.08 billion pounds ($1.33 billion) including a cash component. Under the new proposal, Galliford shareholders would get 0.57406 Bovis shares for each Galliford share they own, implying a value of 675 million pounds, and 300 million pounds in cash.

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