SPI.L - Spire Healthcare Group plc

LSE - LSE Delayed price. Currency in GBp
122.70
-0.50 (-0.41%)
As of 2:33PM BST. Market open.
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Previous close123.20
Open123.10
Bid122.40 x 74000
Ask122.90 x 6300
Day's range122.20 - 126.57
52-week range96.15 - 259.20
Volume129,203
Avg. volume629,953
Market cap492.126M
Beta (3Y monthly)2.02
PE ratio (TTM)43.82
EPS (TTM)2.80
Earnings date16 Sep 2019
Forward dividend & yield0.04 (2.84%)
Ex-dividend date2019-05-30
1y target est152.82
  • Reuters4 months ago

    Hospital chain Spire's profit plunges on fewer NHS referrals

    Budget cuts at Britain's National Health Service has led to fewer referrals to big private healthcare providers. To cope with the loss in referrals, Spire said in September it would reduce capital spending and focus on self-paying patients. "We are taking a measured approach to 2019, which will be a year of consolidation," Chief Executive Officer Justin Ash said.

  • Reuters5 months ago

    Spire Healthcare shares tumble after it cuts financial year profit view

    (Reuters) - Shares of Spire Healthcare Group Plc (SPI.L) fell 12 percent on Tuesday, after Britain's second-largest healthcare firm cut its core earnings forecast for the full year. The company, which ...

  • Reuters - UK Focus5 months ago

    Spire Healthcare shares tumble after it cuts FY profit view

    Shares of Spire Healthcare Group Plc fell 12 percent on Tuesday, after Britain's second-largest healthcare firm cut its core earnings forecast for the full year. The company, which operates 39 hospitals ...

  • Reuters6 months ago

    Brexit-sensitive British stocks wilt as worries return after PM vote

    Britain's Brexit-sensitive domestic stocks fell on Thursday as investors decided Prime Minister Theresa May's victory in a leadership challenge clarified little in the country's protracted divorce from the European Union. The mid-cap FTSE 250 index (.FTMC) ended the day down 0.8 percent, giving up early gains as worries that a disorderly Brexit would hurt the economy returned. Weak results from retailers Sports Direct and Bonmarche also dragged the market down, denting investors' appetite for stocks sensitive to slowing consumer spending.

  • Reuters - UK Focus6 months ago

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  • Reuters - UK Focus7 months ago

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  • Reuters - UK Focus7 months ago

    Mediclinic to cuts Swiss capex, open more outpatient surgery units

    Mediclinic International (LSE: MDC.L - news) Plc plans to reduce capex for its Swiss business, open more outpatient surgery units and medical centres in order to mitigate regulatory challenges in Switzerland's healthcare market. A constituent of London's FTSE 100 index with a secondary listing in Johannesburg, Mediclinic has faced stricter regulations this year in Switzerland that have hobbled growth and put pressure on margins.

  • Reuters - UK Focus7 months ago

    Germany's Bonitas and Median to join run of health services deals -sources

    Germany's fragmented healthcare services sector is poised to continue its recent consolidation with imminent sales of Bonitas Holding and Median Kliniken, sources close to the matter said. France's LVL Medical has put home care provider Bonitas up for sale with the help of investment bank Rothschild, three sources told Reuters, adding that Triton, Nordic Capital, Advent and GHO Capital have been shortlisted as potential buyers with an expected valuation of 250-300 million euros ($283 million to $340 million). Private equity investor Waterland, meanwhile, has shortlisted suitors in an auction for Median Kliniken, Germany's largest private-sector chain of post-acute care clinics, three other sources said.

  • Reuters9 months ago

    BMI Healthcare agrees financial restructuring deal

    Hospital Topco, the parent company of the landlords for 35 of BMI Healthcare's hospitals, as well as stakeholders and lenders, agreed to a deal which would bring BMI's operations and 35 hospitals back under common ownership, BMI said. BMI Healthcare and other private hospital operators have been bogged down by costly rent agreements signed before the 2008 financial crisis, which made businesses vulnerable to a fixed annual increase in rents. Apart from rising rents, healthcare firms have also had to deal with fewer referrals from Britain's publicly funded National Health Service (NHS) and weaker private medical insurance demand.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 months ago

    Britain's BMI Healthcare agrees financial restructuring deal

    Oct (Shenzhen: 000069.SZ - news) 1 (Reuters) - Britain's largest private healthcare group, BMI Healthcare, said on Monday it had agreed a deal with its creditors and landlords that would include recapitalising the business. Hospital Topco, the parent company of the landlords for 35 of BMI Healthcare's hospitals, as well as stakeholders and lenders, agreed to a deal which would bring BMI's operations and 35 hospitals back under common ownership, BMI said. BMI Healthcare and other private hospital operators have been bogged down by costly rent agreements signed before the 2008 financial crisis, which made businesses vulnerable to a fixed annual increase in rents.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 months ago

    UPDATE 2-Spire profit sinks on "unprecedented" NHS cutbacks (Sept. 18)

    Core earnings at UK private hospital operator Spire Healthcare Group sank 21 percent in the first half of 2018, driven by belt-tightening at the National Health Service that cut referrals to its big private providers. Shares (Berlin: DI6.BE - news) of Britain's largest independent hospital group by revenue dropped 12 percent to an all-time low 148.6 pence after the report, which also predicted full-year core earnings would fall by up to a fifth, to 120-125 million pounds.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 months ago

    FTSE steadies after US tariff decision; tobacco stocks weigh

    The UK's top share index steadied in morning trade on Tuesday, weighed down by losses among tobacco stocks, although investors took in their stride Washington's decision to go ahead with 10 percent tariffs ...

  • Spire profit sinks on 'unprecedented' NHS cutbacks
    Reuters9 months ago

    Spire profit sinks on 'unprecedented' NHS cutbacks

    Shares of Britain's largest independent hospital group dropped 12 percent to an all-time low 148.6 pence after the report, which also predicted full-year core earnings would fall by up to a fifth, to 120-125 million pounds. Spire, BMI Healthcare and Nuffield Health have helped the NHS cope with pressures on services in recent years, but their earnings and revenue have taken a hit as the NHS prioritises emergency cases and makes cuts elsewhere, focusing on essential health services. Spire shares have now fallen 40 percent this year.

  • Reuters - UK Focus9 months ago

    Spire profit sinks on "unprecedented" NHS cutbacks

    Core earnings at UK private hospital operator Spire Healthcare Group sank 21 percent in the first half of 2018, driven by belt-tightening at the National Health Service that cut referrals to its big private providers. Shares (Berlin: DI6.BE - news) of Britain's largest independent hospital group dropped 12 percent to an all-time low 148.6 pence after the report, which also predicted full-year core earnings would fall by up to a fifth, to 120-125 million pounds. Spire (Stuttgart: SIZ.SG - news) , BMI Healthcare and Nuffield Health have helped the NHS cope with pressures on services in recent years, but their earnings and revenue have taken a hit as the NHS prioritises emergency cases and makes cuts elsewhere, focusing on essential health services.

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 months ago

    BUZZ-Spire Healthcare: falls after Berenberg double-downgrade

    ** Spire Healthcare down 5 pct after Berenberg cuts to "sell" from "buy" ** Shares hit record low on Monday after co warned of sharply lower full-year core earnings on fewer referrals ...

  • Reuters10 months ago

    European shares dip as HSBC disappoints, trade fears linger on

    By Helen Reid LONDON (Reuters) - European shares dipped on Monday in choppy trading as HSBC, Europe's biggest bank, disappointed investors, while doubts over a planned $87 billion tie-up with Praxair sank ...

  • FTSE supported by oil stocks; HSBC eases
    Reuters10 months ago

    FTSE supported by oil stocks; HSBC eases

    Britain's top share index ticked higher on Monday as energy stocks tracked rising oil prices, while HSBC fell after its earnings update failed to impress. The FTSE 100 (.FTSE) ended the session up 0.1 percent at 7,663.78 points, also supported by a further fall in the pound on worries over Britain's exit from the EU, although the index remained within the tight range of recent weeks. HSBC (HSBA.L) fell 1 percent following mixed results.

  • Reuters - UK Focus10 months ago

    Britain's FTSE supported by oil stocks; HSBC eases

    Britain's top share index ticked higher on Monday as energy stocks tracked rising oil prices, while HSBC fell after its earnings update failed to impress. The FTSE 100 ended the session up 0.1 percent ...

  • Reuters10 months ago

    Lower NHS referrals dent Spire Healthcare's profit view, shares sink

    Spire generates a third of its revenue from work carried out on behalf of the NHS, which has been operating with an about 1 billion pound ($1.3 billion) deficit and a shortage of beds and staff. Companies such as Spire, BMI Healthcare and Nuffield Health have helped the NHS cope with the shortage, but their earnings and revenue have taken a hit as the NHS prioritises emergency cases and makes cuts elsewhere, focusing on essential health services. Spire shares were down 22 percent at 193 pence at 1040 GMT on London's FTSE 250 (.FTSE) index.

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