MJ Gleeson PLC


MJ Gleeson PLC

Consumer GoodsHousehold Goods
  • Price (GBX)724.00
  • Today's Change8.00 / 1.12%
  • Shares traded32.47k
  • 1 Year change+10.03%
  • Beta1.5007
Data delayed at least 20 minutes, as of Nov 30 2021 16:35 GMT.
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Consensus recommendation

  • 17-Dec-20
  • 16-Sep-21
  • 14-Oct-21
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Share price forecast

The 4 analysts offering 12 month price targets for MJ Gleeson PLC have a median target of 1,025.00, with a high estimate of 1,200.00 and a low estimate of 910.00. The median estimate represents a 43.16% increase from the last price of 716.00.


In 2021, MJ Gleeson PLC reported a dividend of 0.15 GBP. The 4 analysts covering the company expect dividends of 0.17 GBP for the upcoming fiscal year, an increase of 10.00%.
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Earnings history & estimates

MJ Gleeson PLC reported annual 2021 earnings of 58.07 per share on Sep 14, 2021.
Average growth rate+129.24%
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Revenue history & estimates

MJ Gleeson plc had revenues for the full year 2021 of 288.58m. This was 96.07% above the prior year's results.
Average growth rate+26.16%
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