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Nightingales Keep on Singing in Berkeley's Squares

Hello Share Mashers. My favourite housebuilder Berkeley Group (BKG) has released some chirpy full-year figures. The group’s house sales were well up on last time, though selling prices and costs ate into earnings. Never mind, profit before tax still rose 6.4% to £551.5 million. And as long as profits keep on rising, despite all the headwinds blowing around these days, share kickers like us should be happy.


A Nightingale Could Soon Sing in Berkeley Squares If the Share Price Catches Up

Hello, Share Swiggers. As mentioned before, I’m a current fan of housebuilders and of Berkeley Group (BKG) in particular. Because though house prices continue to surge in most parts of the country, shares in builders haven’t fared as well as the average FTSE 250 company over the last year. In fact, they have underperformed the market by 10%.

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