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Kingfisher Share Price (KGF)

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Price 309.00on 20-04-2018 at 16:30:00
Change 3.80 1.25%
Buy 308.50
Sell 308.30
Buy / Sell KGF Shares
Last Trade: Sell 1,747 at 304.995p
Day's Volume: 10,900,400
Last Close: 305.20p
Open: 306.00p
ISIN: GB0033195214
Day's Range 304.70p - 309.00p
52wk Range: 285.30p - 369.80p
Market Capitalisation: £6,662m
VWAP: 306.613p
Shares in Issue: 2,156m

Recent Trades History Kingfisher (KGF)

Buy/Sell Volume Trade Prc Trade Type Trade Time
Delayed publication
17:08:30 - 20-Apr-18
Delayed publication
17:14:26 - 20-Apr-18
Sell*32,068306.0012:35:04 - 20-Apr-18
Buy*47,495308.98618:38:18 - 20-Apr-18
Sell*56,043306.97917:43:39 - 20-Apr-18
Sell*1,986306.41617:39:08 - 20-Apr-18
Sell*44,608307.28817:36:42 - 20-Apr-18
Sell*17,700308.16717:26:41 - 20-Apr-18
Sell*115,541307.42517:23:01 - 20-Apr-18
Sell*1,696306.04317:19:59 - 20-Apr-18

Share Price History for Kingfisher

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Date Open High Low Close Volume
6th Apr 2018 (Fri)296.00296.20292.50296.307,064,932
5th Apr 2018 (Thu)295.00296.30293.70290.904,730,649
4th Apr 2018 (Wed)288.50292.30287.900.009,092,487
3rd Apr 2018 (Tue)290.40291.40287.40292.507,767,989
2nd Apr 2018 (Mon)
30th Mar 2018 (Fri)289.20295.50289.20290.503,287,540
29th Mar 2018 (Thu)289.20295.50289.20290.503,287,540
28th Mar 2018 (Wed)287.50290.60285.80289.0013,756,063
27th Mar 2018 (Tue)291.30291.30285.40288.209,816,232
26th Mar 2018 (Mon)297.80297.80287.80296.7012,468,472
23rd Mar 2018 (Fri)290.50297.70287.40292.7015,754,689
22nd Mar 2018 (Thu)299.80299.80291.00301.6021,421,456
21st Mar 2018 (Wed)319.00321.50301.00337.7035,473,359
20th Mar 2018 (Tue)339.10339.90335.90337.5015,769,929

KGF - Kingfisher Investor Summary

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.

News about Kingfisher (KGF)

FTSE 100 Ends Year on Record High

News - Friday, December 29, 2017

The FTSE 100 ended 2017 on a new record high this week, as the shortened last day of trading before the end of the year holiday saw the index set an intraday record of 7,697.62. The UK’s leading index climbed to 7,687.77 for a closing high, which puts it up by 3.9 percent since the beginning of December, and up by 7.6 percent over the course of the year. Meanwhile, the mid-cap FTSE 250 gained 14.65 percent over the year....

Pound Gains and FTSE Struggles

News - Wednesday, September 20, 2017

The pound gained value on Wednesday, and this news weighed heavily on the FTSE 100, which was already weak after some unexpectedly positive retail data for the month of August left investors preparing for an interest rate hike from the Bank of England, which may come as early as November....

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