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SIG plc is a United Kingdom-based distributor of building products in Europe. The Company is engaged in the supply of specialist products to construction and related markets. It operates in two segments: UK & Ireland and Mainland Europe. It focuses its activities into approximately three product sectors: Insulation and Energy... (more)


Beta: 1.46
Market Cap(Mil.): £647.06
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 591.46
Dividend: 1.83
Yield (%): --


  SHI.L Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): -- 31.19 24.68
EPS (TTM): -0.20 -- --
ROI: -14.22 4.72 10.65
ROE: -20.06 6.15 12.63

UPDATE 1-SIG to sell assets, names new CEO to lead turnaround

* Shares jump almost 9 percent (Adds details, analyst comments)

Mar 14 2017

BRIEF-Engie: GRTgaz to buy Elengy, deal will cut Engie's debt

* ENGIE, Societe d'Infrastructures Gazieres (held by CNP Assurances and Caisse des Dépôts) and GRTgaz signed preliminary memorandum of understanding for the acquisition of Elengy (a wholly-owned subsidiary of ENGIE operating LNG terminals) at 100% by GRTgaz (the French natural gas transmission operator, owned 75% by ENGIE and 25% by SIG).

Jan 16 2017

UPDATE 2-UK building materials firm SIG warns on profit, CEO goes

* Shares plunge as much as 24 pct to four year low (Adds analyst comments, details, updates shares)

Nov 11 2016

Building materials supplier SIG sees fall in FY underlying pretax profit

Nov 11 Building materials supplier SIG Plc said it expects full year underlying pretax profit to be lower than last year's, hurt by softer trading conditions and intensified competition in the UK market after Britain's vote to leave the European Union.

Nov 11 2016

BRIEF-McCarthy & Stone says CFO Nick Maddock to step down

* Nick Maddock, who has served as group's chief financial officer (CFO) since September 2011, has decided to leave business to take up position of CFO at SIG Plc

Oct 11 2016

Housebuilder McCarthy & Stone says trading more stable after Brexit dip

Oct 11 McCarthy & Stone Plc, Britain's biggest builder of retirement homes, said business had returned to more normal levels in the five weeks since the end of August, after a slowdown following Britain's vote to leave the European Union.

Oct 11 2016

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