GFRD.L - Galliford Try plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
958.50
-3.00 (-0.31%)
As of 1:37PM BST. Market open.
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Previous close961.50
Open965.50
Bid956.50 x 3000
Ask959.00 x 27700
Day's range958.00 - 971.00
52-week range695.03 - 1,283.89
Volume117,293
Avg. volume1,119,479
Market cap1.06B
Beta0.36
PE ratio (TTM)17.98
EPS (TTM)53.30
Earnings date19 Feb 2018 - 23 Feb 2018
Forward dividend & yield0.83 (9.25%)
Ex-dividend date2018-03-15
1y target est1,166.74
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  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Galliford Try to raise 158 mln stg to cover Carillion project costs

    British construction group Galliford Try said it would raise around 158 million pounds through a fully underwritten rights issue to cover the costs of a troubled project it had been working on with the ...

  • Shares in construction firm Galliford Try slump after £25m Carillion hit
    Sky News3 months ago

    Shares in construction firm Galliford Try slump after £25m Carillion hit

    Shares (Berlin: DI6.BE - news) in construction firm Galliford Try (Stuttgart: 0GF.SG - news) have slumped by a fifth after it revealed a £25m hit from the collapse of Carillion (Frankfurt: 924047 - news) . The two firms were involved in a project to deliver the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR), a major road project that is currently under way in Scotland. Galliford Try, Carillion and fellow construction firm Balfour Beatty (Other OTC: BAFBF - news) were contracted to build the bypass for £550m but Carillion's demise has left the two other companies facing additional costs.

  • Galliford Try takes £25m hit after Carillion collapse
    Sky News3 months ago

    Galliford Try takes £25m hit after Carillion collapse

    Construction firm Galliford Try (Stuttgart: 0GF.SG - news) has said it was left tens of millions of pounds out of pocket after rival company Carillion (Frankfurt: 924047 - news) collapsed into liquidation last month. The two firms were involved in a joint venture to deliver the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR), a major road project that is currently under way in Scotland. Galliford Try, Carillion and fellow construction firm Balfour Beatty (Other OTC: BAFBF - news) were contracted to build the bypass for £550m but Carillion's demise has left the two other companies facing additional costs.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Galliford seeks funds after collapse of partner Carillion

    Galliford said it will raise 150 million pounds ($208 million) from investors in coming weeks after Carillion's (CLLN.L) demise in January increased its cash commitments on the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route. The surprise cash call sent Galliford's shares down almost 20 percent to their lowest level since mid-2016 at 772.5 pence, giving it a market valuation of about 640 million pounds. Raising the additional cash would ensure Galliford did not divert money from its other businesses to cover a funding gap, which is expected to be more than 150 million pounds, the company said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Galliford seeks funds after collapse of partner Carillion

    British construction group Galliford Try (Stuttgart: 0GF.SG - news) is seeking additional funding to cover the costs of a joint venture to build a major ring road in northern Scotland after the collapse of Carillion Plc, its partner on the project. Galliford said it will raise 150 million pounds ($208 million) from investors in coming weeks after Carillion's demise in January increased its cash commitments on the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Factbox - Ripples from the collapse of British contractor Carillion

    Britain's Carillion collapsed on Monday after its banks lost faith in the construction and services company, forcing the government to step in to guarantee major public works contracts. Here is a summary of what its compulsory liquidation means for the government and for some of those firms. Carillion employed about 43,000 people around the world, including nearly 20,000 in Britain, roughly 18,000 in the Middle East and North Africa and about 6,000 people in Canada.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Factbox: Ripples from Carillion's collapse hit contractor's partners

    Britain's Carillion collapsed on Monday after its banks lost faith in the construction and services company, forcing the government to step in to guarantee major public works contracts. Below is a list of some of the companies affected by the compulsory liquidation of the major infrastructure contractor, which operated in joint ventures with a number of other firms. Builder Galliford Try said it estimated it would need an extra 60-80 million pounds ($110.25 million) to complete work on its joint venture with Carillion on a road contract around Aberdeen in western Scotland.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Factbox - Ripples from Carillion's collapse hit contractor's partners

    Britain's Carillion collapsed on Monday after its banks lost faith in the construction and services company, forcing the government to step in to guarantee major public works contracts. Below is a list of some of the companies affected by the compulsory liquidation of the major infrastructure contractor, which operated in joint ventures with a number of other firms. Builder Galliford Try said it estimated it would need an extra 60-80 million pounds ($110.25 million) to complete work on its joint venture with Carillion on a road contract around Aberdeen in western Scotland.

  • Galliford says affordable housing business benefiting from UK policies
    Reuters6 months ago

    Galliford says affordable housing business benefiting from UK policies

    Britain has a long-term housing shortage, especially in southern England, and Prime Minister Theresa May in October promised a further 10 billion pounds to Help to Buy, a programme that subsidises new construction. Galliford said the order book at its partnerships and regeneration business -- which operates as a developer and contractor in the affordable housing sector -- rose to 1.3 billion pounds in the period from July 1 to Nov. 6, from 873 million a year ago.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

    Galliford says affordable housing business benefiting from UK policies

    British housebuilder Galliford Try Plc (Stuttgart: 0GF.SG - news) said on Friday its affordable housing business was benefiting from government policies. Britain has a long-term housing shortage, especially in southern England, and Prime Minister Theresa May in October promised a further 10 billion pounds ($13.1 billion) to Help to Buy, a programme that subsidises new construction. Galliford said the order book at its partnerships and regeneration business -- which operates as a developer and contractor in the affordable housing sector -- rose to 1.3 billion pounds in the period from July 1 to Nov. 6, from 873 million a year ago.

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 months ago

    Defensives drag European shares lower; Apple suppliers jump

    European shares reversed early gains to turn lower on Tuesday as heavy losses among defensive consumer staples and real estate stocks outweighed strength in autos, miners and banks. The pan-European STOXX ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 months ago

    Homebuilder Galliford sees full-year profit at top end of forecast

    British housebuilder Galliford Try (Stuttgart: 0GF.SG - news) , which pulled out of a 1.2 billion pound ($1.5 billion) attempt to buy rival Bovis in April, said it expects full-year profit to come in at the top end of analysts' forecasts. Galliford said that it saw a strong performance across all of its businesses, with revenue growth accelerating in the second half at its Linden Homes division. "As we enter the new financial year, we are cautious about the impact of the current political uncertainty following the general election and the medium-term outlook for the macro economy," Galliford cautioned.

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