PSMMF - Persimmon Plc

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Avg. volume1,279
Market cap10.39B
Beta0.16
PE ratio (TTM)10.27
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield3.21 (9.70%)
Ex-dividend date2018-06-14
1y target estN/A
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  • Reuters13 days ago

    Persimmon reports revenue rise as house prices inch up

    Mortgage lender Nationwide said last month that British house prices rose at their slowest annual rate in five years in June and look set to remain subdued due to modest economic growth and squeezed household budgets. Persimmon said forward sales had also risen 5 percent compared to a year ago to 1.68 billion pounds. Total revenue rose to 1.84 billion pounds from 1.75 billion pounds in the six months ended June 30.

  • Reuters - UK Focus13 days ago

    Persimmon reports revenue rise as house prices inch up

    Britain's second largest homebuilder Persimmon Plc reported a 5 percent rise in first half revenue on Thursday, fuelled by improved house sales and a 1.2 percent rise in average prices. Persimmon, which ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus13 days ago

    Persimmon's revenue rises 5 pct on higher sales, prices

    Britain's second largest homebuilder Persimmon Plc reported a 5 percent rise in first half revenue on Thursday, fuelled by improved house sales and a 1.2 percent rise in average prices. Total revenue rose ...

  • Does Persimmon Plc’s (LON:PSN) Recent Track Record Look Strong?
    Simply Wall St.24 days ago

    Does Persimmon Plc’s (LON:PSN) Recent Track Record Look Strong?

    When Persimmon Plc (LON:PSN) announced its most recent earnings (31 December 2017), I did two things: looked at its past earnings track record, then look at what is happening inRead More...

  • Are these 5.5%+ FTSE 100 dividend yields beautiful bargains or value traps?
    Fool.co.uklast month

    Are these 5.5%+ FTSE 100 dividend yields beautiful bargains or value traps?

    Royston Wild looks at two cheap FTSE 100 (INDEXFTSE: UKX) dividend shares and asks, are they too good to be true?

  • With 25.84% Earnings Growth, Did Persimmon Plc (LON:PSN) Outperform The Industry?
    Simply Wall St.2 months ago

    With 25.84% Earnings Growth, Did Persimmon Plc (LON:PSN) Outperform The Industry?

    Investors with a long-term horizong may find it valuable to assess Persimmon Plc’s (LSE:PSN) earnings trend over time and against its industry benchmark as opposed to simply looking at aRead More...

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Shareholders narrowly approve UK builder Persimmon's management pay plan

    Of the votes cast, 51.5 percent were in favour of Persimmon's Advisory Remuneration Report and 48.5 percent against, the company said in a statement. Persimmon introduced a long-term incentive plan in 2012 that could have seen the firm's top management, including Chief Executive Jeff Fairburn, make a profit of more than 200 million pounds on share options. Following widespread criticism, that scheme was scaled back in February with changes made to the 2012 plan's entitlements for CEO Fairburn, finance chief Mike Killoran and managing director Dave Jenkinson.

  • Reuters - UK Focus3 months ago

    Shareholders narrowly approve UK builder Persimmon's management pay plan

    Persimmon (Frankfurt: 882058 - news) shareholders voted narrowly in favour of the housebuilder's controversial pay scheme for senior bosses at the British firm's annual general meeting on Wednesday. Of the votes cast, 51.5 percent were in favour of Persimmon's Advisory Remuneration Report and 48.5 percent against, the company said in a statement. Persimmon introduced a long-term incentive plan in 2012 that could have seen the firm's top management, including Chief (Taiwan OTC: 3345.TWO - news) Executive Jeff Fairburn, make a profit of more than 200 million pounds ($279 million) on share options.

  • Is Persimmon pay fury built on shaky foundations?
    Sky News3 months ago

    Is Persimmon pay fury built on shaky foundations?

    There was disgust when, at the end of last year, it emerged that the chief executive, chief financial officer and managing director of Persimmon (Frankfurt: 882058 - news) , the UK's largest housebuilder, were in line for multi-million pound pay-outs related to long-term incentive schemes. The company's chairman and the head of the remuneration committee resigned after admitting the scheme was badly designed and should have included a cap on bonuses - while Jeff Fairburn, the CEO, said he would give away part of his expected £100m pay-out to charity following an outcry from politicians. The issue is likely to flare up again when, the week after next, Persimmon holds its annual meeting.

  • Reuters4 months ago

    Persimmon names Roger Devlin as new chairman

    LONDON (Reuters) - Persimmon (PSN.L), Britain's second-biggest builder, on Thursday named Roger Devlin as its new chairman, hoping he will help the company move on after a row over an executive incentive ...

  • Persimmon lands Devlin as new chair after £110m pay row
    Sky News4 months ago

    Persimmon lands Devlin as new chair after £110m pay row

    Persimmon (Frankfurt: 882058 - news) , the UK's second-biggest housebuilder, will appoint a City heavyweight as its new chairman on Thursday as it aims to put a huge executive pay row behind it. Sky News has learnt that Roger Devlin, who was recently named as the new chairman of bookmaker William Hill (Frankfurt: 633847 - news) ‎, will take on the same role at Persimmon.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    Britain's FTSE little changed as Sky soars on Comcast bid

    Comcast's bid for pay-TV group Sky and strong results from housebuilder Persimmon helped keep Britain's FTSE 100 on an even keel on Tuesday, as investors digested the first public comments from new Federal ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    Persimmon sees profit rise by a quarter after building more homes

    Persimmon (Frankfurt: 882058 - news) , Britain's second-largest builder, saw its annual profit rise by a quarter as it built more homes and lifted selling prices, sending its shares surging more than 10 percent. Its results, announced on Tuesday, boosted shares of other British housebuilders, including market leader Barratt and Taylor Wimpey (LSE: TW.L - news) , and helped take the focus off a management bonus plan that Persimmon scaled back after criticism from some shareholders. Persimmon, which built 6 percent more homes across Britain last year, said its underlying pre-tax profit rose 25 percent to 977 million pounds ($1.4 billion), marginally beating market expectations.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    Comcast's Sky bid bolsters FTSE ahead of Fed comments

    Comcast (Swiss: CMCSA.SW - news) 's bid for pay-TV group Sky and strong results from housebuilder Persimmon kept Britain's FTSE 100 in positive territory on Tuesday, as investors awaited the first public comments from Jerome Powell as chairman of the Federal Reserve. Traders will watch closely to see whether Powell continues on the gradual monetary rate path pursued by his predecessor Janet Yellen, or whether he will take a more hawkish approach.

  • Bloomberg5 months ago

    A $1 Billion Real Estate Bonus Suffers a Small Blow

    The rewards for Persimmon's senior leaders are excessive, even after concessions.

  • Persimmon reins in management bonus scheme after criticism
    Reuters5 months ago

    Persimmon reins in management bonus scheme after criticism

    The company's chairman and the head of its pay committee quit last year, under fire from British media and some investors for failing to reform the scheme. Excessive corporate pay has attracted public anger since the financial crisis and Prime Minister Theresa May has denounced as irrational and unhealthy the yawning gap between the amounts paid to bosses and average workers. Persimmon, Britain's second-biggest housebuilder, introduced a long-term incentive plan in 2012 that gave share options to management which they are able to sell once the company has returned a set level of cash and dividends to investors.

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    UK builder Persimmon reins in management bonus scheme after criticism

    British housebuilder Persimmon has scaled back potential rewards under its management bonus plan following widespread criticism of a scheme that could have netted bosses more than 200 million pounds ($279 million) from share options. The company's chairman and the head of its pay committee quit last year, under fire from British media and some investors for failing to reform the scheme. Excessive corporate pay has attracted public anger since the financial crisis and Prime Minister Theresa May has denounced as irrational and unhealthy the yawning gap between the amounts paid to bosses and average workers.

  • Persimmon bosses agree £51m cuts to bonuses after outcry
    Sky News5 months ago

    Persimmon bosses agree £51m cuts to bonuses after outcry

    Executives at housebuilder Persimmon (Frankfurt: 882058 - news) have agreed to £51m worth of cuts to their bonuses after an outcry over the expected bonanza. The construction giant has come under increasing pressure over the plans which would have seen chief executive Jeff Fairburn receive £100m via a share option scheme. Persimmon has come under persistent pressure after the value of the executives' bonuses was seen to have been inflated by the Government's Help To Buy scheme.

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