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Ferguson FY Pretax Profit Rises, Sees "Further Good Progress" In Year Ahead
Ferguson Says To Demerge UK Operations, CEO To Step Down
Ferguson Says Pecuniary Amount Allocated To Tranche Of Buyback Programme Is 130 Mln Stg
Ferguson PLC is a distributor of plumbing and heating products. The Company operates through seven business units: Blended Branches, Waterworks standalone, HVAC standalone, Industrial standalone, Fire and Fabrication, Facilities Supply standalone and B2C e-commerce. Blended Branches provides plumbing and sanitary products. Waterworks standalone distributes Pipes, Valves and Fittings (PVF) and related water management products. HVAC standalone distributes heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment and parts. Industrial standalone supplies PVF and industrial maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) solutions. Fire and Fabrication fabricates and supplies fire protection products, fire protection systems and bespoke fabrication services. Facilities Supply standalone provides products, services and solutions to enable maintenance of commercial facilities. B2C e-commerce sells home improvement products to consumers and trade customers through online stores.
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Plumbing parts distributor Ferguson Plc on Tuesday posted a 7% rise in full-year profit, benefiting from better margins and cost cuts.
* Shares rise as much as 3.7% to highest in almost a year (Adds shares, analyst comments, context on performance)
British plumbing products company Ferguson Plc on Tuesday revealed plans to separate its UK operations and said Chief Executive Officer John Martin will step down in November this year.
Nelson Peltz's Trian Fund Management LP has urged Ferguson Plc <FERG.L> to sell its UK business, Sky News reported on Sunday, a month after the activist fund built up a 6% stake in the plumbing products distributor.
Nelson Peltz's Trian Fund Management LP has urged Ferguson Plc to sell its UK business, Sky News reported on Sunday, a month after the activist fund built up a 6% stake in the plumbing products distributor.
Activist fund Trian Fund Management LP said it has built up a 6% stake in Ferguson Plc, disclosing the investment days after the British plumbing products company reported disappointing results and slowing growth in its biggest market.
Nelson Peltz's Trian Fund Management LP has acquired a stake of about 6% in plumbing products distributor Ferguson Plc, calling the British company an "attractive" investment that trades at a discount to peers in the United States.
** Shares of British plumbing products distributor Ferguson Plc fell 6.2% to 5016p, slipping to the bottom of the blue-chip index
** Shares of Ferguson Plc, the world's largest supplier of heating and plumbing equipment, fall 4% to hit bottom of FTSE blue-chip index
British plumbing products distributor Ferguson Plc's on Monday reported third-quarter revenue that fell short of estimates as growth slowed in the United States, its largest market.
British plumbing products distributor Ferguson Plc on Wednesday appointed Geoff Drabble as chairman to succeed Gareth Davis, who has held the role for almost nine years.
British plumbing products distributor Ferguson Plc said trading profit will likely be at the lower end of analyst expectations this year, with a slowing U.S. economy set to dent growth in its dominant market.
Ferguson Plc's half-year ongoing trading profit rose about 7.7 percent and the company said on Tuesday it expected trading profit for the year to be towards the lower end of analyst expectations.
UK-based Ferguson Plc's <FERG.L> first-quarter profit rose 9.9 percent, led by stronger demand in the United States and as the world's largest heating and plumbing equipment supplier kept a tight lid on expenses.
UK-based Ferguson Plc's first-quarter profit rose 9.9 percent, led by stronger demand in the United States and as the world's largest heating and plumbing equipment supplier kept a tight lid on expenses.
* Shares down 5 pct (Adds CEO and analysts comments, updates shares)
Heating and plumbing products supplier Ferguson Plc reported on Tuesday a 15.3 percent rise in full-year trading profit, helped by strong demand from U.S. industrial markets.
Ferguson Plc <FERG.L> said on Tuesday it posted a 17.1 percent rise in quarterly profit, as the world's largest distributor of plumbing and heating products benefited from robust demand in U.S. residential and commercial markets.
Ferguson Plc, the world's largest distributor of plumbing and heating products, on Tuesday posted a 17.1 percent rise in quarterly profit, helped by solid demand from U.S. residential markets.
Heating and plumbing products supplier Ferguson Plc on Tuesday reported a rise in first-half profit, as strength in its main U.S. market offset tough trading conditions in the UK.
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