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Todays buy and sell prices

The price at which you can buy a share or investment. It is usually higher than the bid (sell) price. It’s the price you are being offered. Offer 241.40p
The price at which you can sell a share or investment. It is lower than the offer (buy) price. Bid 239.00p
The difference between the bid and offer prices expressed as a percentage. When you buy shares you pay a higher price than you get when you sell them. The difference between these prices is the profit made by the market maker who puts the deals together. Spread 0.99

Todays trading

Range The lowest and the highest price a share has reached in the trading day. 237.60p-241.60p
The lowest and the highest price a share has reached in the trading day. Volume 747,179.00
The lowest and the highest price a share has reached in the trading day. Todays open 239.80p
At the end of the trading day there is an official closing price for every share. The previous session’s close is used as the base to calculate the following day’s price changes. Previous close 239.20p

Yearly summary

The highest and lowest prices the shares have traded at over a rolling 52-week period. It gives you a good indication of how the share price is performing now relative to its recent past performance. 52wk range 143.10p-242.40p

Fundamentals and health

A measure of the companys worth on the stock market. We display the previous closing share price multiplied by the number of shares in issue. Market capitalisation £979.72
The number of shares a company has in circulation, in millions. Shares in issue 409.58
The main valuation used by investors and a way of gauging whether a companys share price is cheap or expensive compared to competitors. You get PE by dividing the share price by the earnings per share (EPS). Our figure is last basic unadjusted - reported - annual EPS / current share price x 100. Companies also quote adjusted EPS figures to remove the effect of one-off exceptional figures from the profit figures. There is debate among investors as to whether this should be used. We use basic EPS – the purest figure. PE ratio 51.6
PEG ratio n/a
An important ratio for showing how much profit after tax and other deductions (net profit) is actually being earned per share. You divide the net profit by the number of shares in issue. Expressed in pence per share. Looking at whether the EPS is rising or falling over time is one of the most important indicators of whether a company is really making money for its shareholders. Our figure is undiluted, meaning it is not adjusted for exceptional costs. EPS -6.80p
Earnings per share growth illustrates the growth of earning per share over the last two reporting periods. It helps investors identify stocks that are increasing or decreasing in profitability. A minus sign indicates negative growth. EPS growth -78
Return on capital employed measures a companys profitability in relation to how much capital is invested in the business. Generally, the higher the figure the better but with all these ratios it is best to compare companies from the same sector. A high double digit figure may mean a company has an advantage over its competitors because of a unique product but an oil company, for example, will have higher capital outlay than an online retailer. Our formula: [Pre-tax profit / (total assets – short-term liabilities)] * 100 ROCE -3.97
Also known as the acid test ratio, its a quick guide to how well a company can pay its short-term debts. Above 1 is considered healthy. A ratio of 1.5 would mean the company has £1.50 of liquid (accessible) assets to cover each £1 of debt (current liabilities). Formula: Current assets minus inventory / current liabilities. Quick ratio 0.80
Indicates whether a company can convert assets into cash to pay its debts within the next 12 months. It is calculated as current assets / current liabilities for the same period but will display as 0 for companies such as banks that dont distinguish between short and long-term liabilities. Current ratio 1.45
The amount of money a company paid to a shareholder for each share they own over the past 12 months, expressed in pence. Total dividends per share 1.60p
The dividends paid per share over the past 12 months (interim plus final) as a percentage of the share price. Our figure includes recurring special dividends. Dividend yield 0.8
The number of times the dividend could have been paid out from net profits. It is a good indicator of the companys ability to pay the dividend and its level of generosity. Formula: earnings per share / dividends per share. More than 2 is considered healthy, less than 1.5 may hint that a dividend is at risk of being cut. Dividend cover 2.5
Dividend per share growth -50

Ibstock Fundamentals

Ibstock Plc is a brick making business. The company was founded in 1899 at Ibstock in Leicestershire as a coal mining business and bought Redlands brick manufacturing business in 1996. A majority stake in the business was acquired by CRH in 1998 with the balance of the shares being bought by CRH in October 2011. The business was then acquired by Bain Capital as part of a management buyout in February 2015. It was the subject of an initial public offering in October 2015.

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Ibstock Latest trades

Latest trades

Date Time Price Amount Value Type Buy / sell
31/08/2021 16:52:04 239p 16,426 £39,258.14 O Sell
31/08/2021 16:44:02 239p 16,426 £39,258.14 O Sell
31/08/2021 16:37:04 240p 61,030 £146,472.00 O Buy
31/08/2021 16:35:00 239p 173,616 £414,942.24 UT Sell
31/08/2021 16:29:05 240p 411 £986.40 AT Sell

Analysis

Buy Sell Unknown
Quantity 408 406 26
Volume 367,664 352,822 26,693
Value £882,645 £845,320 £64,064

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Ibstock Director dealings

Trade date Director Volume / Price Trade value Trade type
No director deals found.

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Ibstock Broker views

Date Broker Recomm. Old target price New target price Notes
20/07/2021 JP Morgan Cazenove neutral 226.00p 230.00p reiteration

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