KGF.L - Kingfisher plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
317.10
-1.00 (-0.31%)
At close: 4:38PM BST
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Previous close318.10
Open317.50
Bid290.00 x 486400
Ask330.00 x 65600
Day's range313.90 - 318.70
52-week range277.30 - 366.00
Volume5,911,828
Avg. volume11,650,097
Market cap6.684B
Beta0.20
PE ratio (TTM)14.41
EPS (TTM)22.00
Earnings date19 Sep 2018
Forward dividend & yield0.11 (3.70%)
Ex-dividend date2018-05-03
1y target est339.15
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  • Reuters2 months ago

    Oil weighs on FTSE, Kingfisher shines

    By Julien Ponthus LONDON (Reuters) - A slump in oil prices hit British majors on Friday, limiting the gains of the FTSE 100 benchmark index while Kingfisher shone after Australia's Wesfarmers (WES.AX) ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Shares plunge in UK homewares retailer Dunelm after profit warning

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  • Bloomberg2 months ago

    Homebase's $1 Billion Botch Job Is a Dream for B&Q

    What a difference a day makes in the world of British home improvement. On Thursday, retail chain Kingfisher Plc reported a worse than expected 9 percent fall in U.K. same store sales at its B&Q Do-It-Yourself division. Hilco's plans form Homebase are unclear, but they will probably involve store closures.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Britain's FTSE rebounds, Kingfisher jumps as Homebase changes hands

    Kingfisher led a rebound in UK shares on Friday amid relief on global markets about Pyongyang's measured response to the canceling of the summit between the United States and North Korea. At 0900 GMT, ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Kingfisher, Travis Perkins rise on Wesfarmers' sale of Homebase

    Shares in British home improvement firms Kingfisher (KGF.L) and Travis Perkins (TPK.L) rose on Friday after Australia's Wesfarmers (WES.AX) quit the UK market, offloading its Homebase unit to a private equity firm. Retail conglomerate Wesfarmers sold the 255-store loss-making Homebase chain, the No. 2 UK player, for a nominal 1 pound to London-based turnaround specialist Hilco just two years after buying it, ending an ill-fated offshore adventure that cost it $1 billion. Kingfisher, the UK market leader which owns the B&Q and Screwfix chains, rose as much as 4 percent in early trading, while Travis Perkins, which owns No. 3 player Wickes, rose 2 percent.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    UK's Kingfisher, Travis Perkins rise on Wesfarmers' sale of Homebase

    Shares (Berlin: DI6.BE - news) in British home improvement firms Kingfisher (Frankfurt: 812861 - news) and Travis Perkins (Frankfurt: 893509 - news) rose on Friday after Australia's Wesfarmers quit the UK market, offloading its Homebase unit to a private equity firm. Retail conglomerate Wesfarmers sold the 255-store loss-making Homebase chain, the No. 2 UK player, for a nominal 1 pound to London-based turnaround specialist Hilco just two years after buying it, ending an ill-fated offshore adventure that cost it $1 billion. Kingfisher, the UK market leader which owns the B&Q and Screwfix chains, rose as much as 4 percent in early trading, while Travis Perkins, which owns No. 3 player Wickes, rose 2 percent.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    North Korea setback, sterling weigh on FTSE but mid-caps shine

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    N.Korea setback, sterling weigh on FTSE but mid-caps shine

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    Sterling gains hold FTSE 100 back while mid-cap earnings boost shares

    Gains in sterling sparked by better retail sales data bruised Britain's internationally-exposed FTSE 100 index, while a recovery in commodities helped limit losses, and earnings updates drove sharp single-stock ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Kingfisher DIY sales feel chill from Europe's blizzards

    Kingfisher (KGF.L), Europe's second largest home improvement retailer, said its quarterly sales were hit by winter snow storms which kept British and French shoppers at home. Shares in Kingfisher, which trades as B&Q and Screwfix in Britain and Castorama and Brico Depot in France, fell by as much as 3.5 percent on Thursday immediately following the results. March's Siberian blast, dubbed the "Beast from the East" in Britain, hit sales of weather-related categories and forced the temporary closure of 40 B&Q stores and 74 Screwfix outlets.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Kingfisher DIY sales feel chill from Europe's blizzards

    Kingfisher (Frankfurt: 812861 - news) , Europe's second largest home improvement retailer, said its quarterly sales were hit by winter snow storms which kept British and French shoppers at home. Shares in Kingfisher, which trades as B&Q and Screwfix in Britain and Castorama and Brico Depot in France, fell by as much as 3.5 percent on Thursday immediately following the results. March's Siberian blast, dubbed the "Beast from the East" in Britain, hit sales of weather-related categories and forced the temporary closure of 40 B&Q stores and 74 Screwfix outlets.

  • Reuters - UK Focus2 months ago

    Kingfisher quarterly sales dented by March cold snap

    Kingfisher (Frankfurt: 812861 - news) , Europe's second largest home improvement retailer, said on Thursday sales in its latest quarter were dented by unusually adverse weather conditions in March which impacted shopper footfall. Kingfisher said in France, where it trades as Castorama and Brico Depot, like-for-like sales were down 3.9 percent, broadly in line with analysts' expectations.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Travis Perkins flags weak UK home improvement market

    Travis Perkins (Frankfurt: 893509 - news) , Britain's biggest supplier of building materials, highlighted a weak home improvement market on Friday but said it would meet expectations for 2018 if there was no further deterioration in market conditions. The group said like-for-like sales in its consumer division - the Wickes chain - fell 4.6 percent in the first quarter of the year. "Wickes suffered from a declining UK DIY (Do-It-Yourself) market reflecting weak consumer sentiment," it said.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    British fashion house Burberry appoints new chairman

    British fashion house Burberry on Friday appointed Gerry Murphy, currently chairman of Tate & Lyle, as its new chairman, completing a series of changes at the top of the company in the past year. Murphy, who is also chairman of Blackstone Group International Partners LLP, Blackstone (NYSE: BX - news) 's principal European entity, will take up the role after Burberry's annual shareholder meeting on July 12. Burberry, famed for its trench coats and trademark check in camel, red and black, has recently seen the departure of Christopher Bailey, the designer who turned it into a global brand and later became CEO, as well as the appointment last year of new CEO Marco Gobbetti as it seeks to kick-start sales growth.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    Ted Baker cautious after bad weather hits spring trading

    "The recent unseasonal weather across Europe and the East Coast of America has had an impact on the early part of trading for Spring/Summer," the company said. Ted Baker cautious outlook adds to the gloom surrounding Britain's retail sector, where updates from home improvement retailer Kingfisher (Frankfurt: 812861 - news) and floor covering seller Carpertright's this week showed that discretionary consumer spending is under pressure.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Trade war worries weigh on European shares ahead of Fed

    By Kit Rees LONDON (Reuters) - European shares slid on Wednesday as worries over a possible trade war dented sentiment and investors awaited the conclusion of a U.S. Federal Reserve meeting for signals ...

  • FTSE retreats as more drama hits UK retail
    Reuters4 months ago

    FTSE retreats as more drama hits UK retail

    British shares fell to a new 15-month low on Wednesday as Kingfisher (KGF.L) and Moss Bros (MOSB.L) piled more bad news on a UK retail industry reeling from the surge in e-commerce. Any end to the sustained squeeze on UK household incomes was not showing through in the retail industry on Wednesday, however. Formal clothing chain Moss Bros lost nearly a quarter of its market value after a profit warning it blamed on supply chain problems and fewer customers in its stores.

  • Reuters - UK Focus4 months ago

    FTSE retreats as more drama hits UK retail

    British shares fell to a new 15-month low on Wednesday as Kingfisher and Moss Bros piled more bad news on a UK retail industry reeling from the surge in e-commerce. Share declines accelerated after data ...

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