|Last Trade:||Buy 3,664 at 222.80p|
|Day's Range||221.20p - 225.50p|
|52wk Range:||202.70p - 366.00p|
|Shares in Issue:||2,110m|
Recent Trades History Kingfisher (KGF)
|Buy/Sell||Volume||Trade Prc||Trade Type||Trade Time|
|17:11:38 - 23-Jan-19|
|Buy*||1,047,615||222.80||17:09:16 - 23-Jan-19|
|Buy*||2,122||223.633||17:24:16 - 23-Jan-19|
|Sell*||1,508||222.064||17:24:14 - 23-Jan-19|
|Buy*||2,176||224.001||17:23:38 - 23-Jan-19|
|Sell*||668,358||222.199||17:23:05 - 23-Jan-19|
|Buy*||276,740||223.406||17:20:52 - 23-Jan-19|
|Buy*||6,821||224.85||17:13:53 - 23-Jan-19|
|Sell*||11,717||222.145||17:04:27 - 23-Jan-19|
|Buy*||8,672||223.153||17:07:28 - 23-Jan-19|
Share Price History for Kingfisher
|23rd Jan 2019 (Wed)||222.00||225.50||221.20||222.10||11,541,438|
|22nd Jan 2019 (Tue)||217.50||226.00||217.50||217.70||6,667,428|
|21st Jan 2019 (Mon)||221.90||222.40||215.80||226.80||6,384,267|
|18th Jan 2019 (Fri)||221.50||230.20||221.50||224.90||2,342,666|
|17th Jan 2019 (Thu)||222.60||225.50||221.00||225.10||4,183,091|
|16th Jan 2019 (Wed)||220.00||228.00||220.00||221.30||4,802,869|
|15th Jan 2019 (Tue)||224.20||226.80||219.00||224.00||7,588,119|
|14th Jan 2019 (Mon)||223.80||226.20||221.70||226.20||4,764,188|
|11th Jan 2019 (Fri)||228.70||228.70||220.50||227.50||8,206,628|
|10th Jan 2019 (Thu)||224.70||230.00||223.40||230.60||5,812,321|
|9th Jan 2019 (Wed)||226.90||232.50||225.60||224.80||6,343,715|
|8th Jan 2019 (Tue)||225.90||228.60||221.50||220.40||10,386,498|
|7th Jan 2019 (Mon)||216.00||221.00||215.10||215.40||6,906,206|
|2nd Jan 2019 (Wed)||205.20||210.00||202.70||207.50||8,380,250|
|1st Jan 2019 (Tue)||0.00||0.00||0.00||207.50||0|
|31st Dec 2018 (Mon)||207.00||208.20||206.60||207.50||1,892,663|
|28th Dec 2018 (Fri)||205.20||210.10||205.10||205.40||4,658,270|
|27th Dec 2018 (Thu)||210.60||210.90||203.60||207.30||5,089,282|
|26th Dec 2018 (Wed)||0.00||0.00||0.00||207.30||0|
|25th Dec 2018 (Tue)||0.00||0.00||0.00||207.30||0|
|24th Dec 2018 (Mon)||206.50||210.60||206.20||207.30||1,079,958|
Kingfisher PLC is the parent company of a large group of businesses specialising in home improvements and DIY brands and businesses. It is the leading European retail group for home improvement and the third largest for home improvement globally. Kingfisher PLC trades internationally and domestically, generating over half of its revenue from overseas markets, but still maintaining its position as market leader for home improvement stores in the UK.
Kingfisher PLC operates in eight countries in Asia and Europe, with a view to expanding into South America and has over 800 retail outlets. Its biggest and most popular brands are B&Q, Castorama, Brico Dépôt, and Screwfix. Kingfisher also holds a significant amount of shares (almost a quarter) in Hornbach, a German DIY retailer, which formed a strategic alliance between the two companies in 2001.
Kingfisher's history as a company began in 1989 when Woolworth Holdings which was responsible for Woolworths, B&Q, Comet, Charlie Browns, Superdrug, and Chartwell Land, became Kingfisher PLC. Kingfisher continued to expand with their first international offices opening in Hong Kong in 1994.
Most recently, in 2008, Kingfisher has celebrated Screwfix opening its thousandth trade counter (Epsom, Surrey) and is continuing to pursue its aims and long term goals to improve and maintain its share scheme and to cut costs within the business. This will aim to ensure the sustainability of profit for shareholders and the company while still providing customers with a fair product price.
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News - Wednesday, September 20, 2017
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