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BOOT Insider Trading (Henry Boot)

Insider Ownership Percentage: N/A
Insider Buying (Last 12 Months): £137,244
Insider Selling (Last 12 Months): GBX 0

Henry Boot Insider Trading History Chart

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Henry Boot Share Price & Price History

Current Price: GBX 284
Price Change: Price Increase of +1 (0.35%)
As of 01/17/2022 05:29 PM ET

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Henry Boot Insider Trading History

Transaction DateInsider NameTitleBuy/SellNumber of SharesAverage Share PriceTotal TransactionShares Held After TransactionDetails
11/17/2021Timothy Andrew RobertsInsiderBuy35,500GBX 278£98,690
5/5/2021Timothy Andrew RobertsInsiderBuy7,200GBX 272£19,584
4/6/2021Timothy Andrew RobertsInsiderBuy7,000GBX 271£18,970
11/9/2020Timothy Andrew RobertsInsiderBuy41,067GBX 243£99,792.81
7/24/2020Gerald JenningsInsiderBuy8,250GBX 241£19,882.50
7/8/2020Darren LittlewoodInsiderBuy8,488GBX 243£20,625.84
5/26/2020Timothy Andrew RobertsInsiderBuy65,000GBX 235£152,750
5/22/2020Peter MawsonInsiderBuy3,200GBX 226£7,232
1/29/2020John T SutcliffeInsiderSell1,362GBX 329£4,480.98
9/19/2019Darren LittlewoodInsiderBuy5,000GBX 238£11,900
6/20/2019Darren LittlewoodInsiderBuy527GBX 250£1,317.50
6/6/2019John T SutcliffeInsiderSell30,000GBX 251£75,300
4/18/2019John T SutcliffeInsiderSell15,360GBX 273£41,932.80
4/8/2019Darren LittlewoodInsiderSell7,579GBX 264£20,008.56
1/18/2019Jonathan James SykesInsiderBuy125,000GBX 247£308,750
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SEC Filings (Institutional Ownership Changes) for Henry Boot (LON:BOOT)

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Henry Boot PLC engages in the property investment and development activities in the United Kingdom. It operates through three segments: Property Investment and Development, Land Promotion, and Construction. The company develops commercial properties and family homes. It is also involved in acquiring, promoting, developing, and trading in land. In addition, the company engages in the construction and civil engineering activities; hires and sells construction equipment; and operates and maintains A69 trunk road between Carlisle and Newcastle upon Tyne. As of December 31, 2020, it had land interests in 16,607 acres. Henry Boot PLC was founded in 1886 and is headquartered in Sheffield, the United Kingdom.
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Today's Range

Now: GBX 284
Low: 278.53
High: 284.29

50 Day Range

MA: GBX 276.36
Low: 265
High: 287

52 Week Range

Now: GBX 284
Low: 252
High: 295

Volume

16,840 shs

Average Volume

233,803 shs

Market Capitalization

£378.57 million

P/E Ratio

15.19

Dividend Yield

2.02%

Beta

N/A

Who are the company insiders with the largest holdings of Henry Boot?

Henry Boot's top insider shareholders include:
  1. Darren Littlewood (Insider)
  2. Gerald Jennings (Insider)
  3. John T Sutcliffe (Insider)
  4. Peter Mawson (Insider)
  5. Timothy Andrew Roberts (Insider)
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