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Tameside MBC Re Greater Manchester Pension Fund Discloses 6.94% Stake In Sig Plc As Of Jan 9 - Filing
SIG Sees FY Underlying Pretax Profit At About 42 Mln Stg
SIG CEO Takes Leave Of Absence Due To A Family Illness
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 Management; Exteriors, and Interiors. It supplies insulation products in Europe, which include structural insulation, technical insulation, construction accessories, fixings and dry lining. It supplies roofing products in the United Kingdom, which include tiles, slates, membranes and battens for pitched roofs; single-ply flat roofing systems; plastic building products, including fascias, soffits and guttering, and room-in-roof panel systems. It supplies interior fit out products in Europe, which include dry lining, doorsets, floor coverings and washrooms. Its subsidiaries include SIG Finance Limited, SIG Dormant Number 4 Limited and SIG Fixings Limited.
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Andrew J. Allner
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Nicholas William Maddock
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director, IR Contact Officer
Richard Charles Monro
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SIG Plc <SHI.L> shares tumbled as much 26% on Thursday as the building materials supplier warned on 2019 profit for the second time in three months, after December sales were hit by a long-running weakness in European construction markets.
UK stocks rebounded on Thursday as chances of a full-blown crisis in the Middle East waned, but shares of SIG, Marks and Spencer and Card Factory missed out on the recovery after the companies warned of a hit to their annual performance.
Building materials supplier SIG Plc on Thursday cautioned that its annual profit would be significantly lower as steps taken to offset weak construction markets in the UK and Germany would take longer than expected to bear fruit.
Oil majors led a rebound in London's FTSE 100 on Monday as investors hoped for a U.S.-China trade deal, while a sell-off in the construction sector after a profit warning from SIG and scepticism over the chances of a Brexit deal knocked midcaps.
Building materials supplier SIG Plc <SHI.L> warned on Monday about significantly lower profits due to a weakening economic outlook in Britain and Germany, driving its shares down as much as 26% and rattling nerves across the construction industry.
Building materials supplier SIG Plc said on Monday it expects significantly lower annual profit in its specialist distribution and roofing merchanting businesses as it battles further deterioration in construction activity in key markets.
London's blue-chip shares dipped on Friday with losses led by oil majors and Diageo after a double rating downgrade, while investors were cautious ahead of key U.S. jobs data that would give further clarity on the health of the world's biggest economy.
Building materials supplier SIG Plc <SHI.L> on Friday sounded another warning for Britain's construction industry as it blamed a marked deterioration in activity for lower first half like-for-like sales, sending its shares down as much as 12%.The construction industry in...
SIG Plc reported a fall in sales for the first four months of the year as it battled an increasingly challenging construction market in Britain, although the building materials supplier clung onto its annual profit expectations.
SIG Plc said on Wednesday that like-for-like sales fell more than 9 percent in Britain for the first four months of the year, troubled by an increasingly challenging construction market.
British building materials supplier SIG's cost-saving efforts helped it post a 25 percent jump in full-year profit, lifting its share price by 11 percent on Friday, although it warned sales could continue to fall in 2019.
Building materials supplier SIG Plc forecast lower like-for-like sales for the first half of the year, as it struggles with sluggish construction markets in UK, France and Germany.
Building materials supplier SIG Plc <SHI.L> on Tuesday reported a 1.4 percent fall in group revenue from continuing operations for the year, hit by a slowdown in construction markets in UK, France and Germany.
Building material supplier SIG Plc on Tuesday reported a 1.4 percent fall in group revenue from continuing operations for the year, hit by a slowdown in construction markets in UK, France and Germany.
Construction materials supplier SIG Plc <SHI.L> on Friday reported a 21.8 percent fall in first-half underlying pre-tax profit as builders delayed projects because of Britain's long, icy winter.
British construction materials supplier SIG Plc on Friday reported a 21.8 percent fall in first-half underlying pre-tax profit as builders delayed projects because of Britain's long icy winter.
Britain's SIG Plc <SHI.L> on Wednesday named Ernst & Young LLP as its external auditor, days after UK's accounting watchdog began an investigation into Deloitte LLP's audit of the building products group.
British building products supplier SIG Plc said on Wednesday it appointed Ernst & Young LLP as its external auditor, a week after UK's accounting watchdog began an investigation into Deloitte LLP's audit of the company's two financial statements.
UK's accounting watchdog said on Thursday it began an investigation into Deloitte LLP's audit of two annual financial statements of SIG Plc <SHI.L> and is focusing on the audit of cash and supplier rebates.
UK's accounting watchdog said on Thursday it began an investigation into Deloitte LLP's audit of two annual financial statements of SIG Plc, a distributor of specialist building products in Europe.
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