News: Persimmon PLC (PSN.L)

PSN.L on London Stock Exchange

1,302.00GBp
11:37am EDT
Price Change (% chg)

56.00p (+4.49%)
Prev Close
1,246.00p
Open
1,258.00p
Day's High
1,306.00p
Day's Low
1,253.00p
Volume
1,356,020
Avg. Vol
1,429,659
52-wk High
1,428.75p
52-wk Low
988.19p

Search Stocks
Select another date:

Wed, Jul 2 2014

Demand for homes lifts Persimmon's first half revenue 33 pct

LONDON, July 2 - British housebuilder Persimmon Plc said its revenue rose a third in the first half, boosted by high demand for its new properties across its sites in England, Scotland and Wales.

BRIEF-Persimmon Group's strong first half lifts revenue 33 pct

* Trading during first six months of this year has been strong

British house builders fall on BoE's tighter lending remit

LONDON, June 13 - Shares in Britain's house builders, including Barratt Developments and Persimmon slipped on Friday after finance minister George Osborne said he would give the Bank of England stronger powers to curb mortgage lending.

UPDATE 1-Persimmon says housing demand picking up across Britain

LONDON, April 16 - British housebuilder Persimmon said demand for new houses continued to strengthen, helped by government intervention to help first-time buyers.

British housebuilders Persimmon, Telford boosted by strong market

LONDON, April 16 - British housebuilders Persimmon and Telford Homes said the market for new homes continued to strengthen, underpinned by better availability of mortgages and demand from buyers outstripping supply.

BRIEF-Persimmon leads housebuilder rally after Britain extends housing scheme

March 17 - Persimmon * Shares in Persimmon lead rise in housebuilding stocks, open 3 percent

Persimmon accelerates shareholder payout as profit jumps

LONDON, Feb 25 - British housebuilder Persimmon posted a 49 percent jump in full-year pretax profit, in line with analyst expectations, and said the strong recovery in housing demand would help it accelerate plans to return cash to shareholders.

English housing starts at highest level since 2007 - government data

LONDON, Feb 20 - Construction started on more new homes in England last year than at any point since 2007, government data showed on Thursday, suggesting rising house prices and incentives to promote home-building are having some impact on supply.

Select another date:

Press Releases

Search Stocks