FinancialsGeneral Financial
  • Price (GBX)857.50
  • Today's Change-21.50 / -2.45%
  • Shares traded285.86k
  • 1 Year change0.18%
  • Beta0.4249
Data delayed at least 15 minutes, as of Feb 25 2020 16:35 GMT.
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Consensus recommendation

  • 13-Feb-20
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Share price forecast

The 13 analysts offering 12 month price targets for Shaftesbury plc have a median target of 900.00, with a high estimate of 1,000.00 and a low estimate of 580.00. The median estimate represents a 2.39% increase from the last price of 879.00.


In 2019, Shaftesbury PLC reported a dividend of 0.15 GBP, which represents a 35.84% decrease from last year. The 13 analysts covering the company expect dividends of 0.18 GBP for the upcoming fiscal year, an increase of 23.41%.
Div growth (TTM)-35.84%
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Earnings history & estimates

Shaftesbury plc reported annual 2019 earnings of 0.182 per share on Nov 26, 2019.
The next earnings announcement from Shaftesbury plc is expected the week of Nov 24, 2020.
Average growth rate-5.56%
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Revenue history & estimates

Shaftesbury PLC had revenues for the full year 2019 of 126.90m. This was 3.93% above the prior year's results.
Average growth rate+6.51%
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