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Old UK homes an opportunity for Bunnings

Old houses in Britain and Ireland are a key reason home improvement giant Bunnings expects its UK expansion to be a success.

Bunnings UK and Ireland managing director PJ Davis said 56 per cent of England's homes were more than 50 years old, presenting a big opportunity for the company as owners looked to renovate.

"What really attracted us to the market is not only the Brits' love of gardening but particularly the housing stock being so old," Mr Davis told an investor briefing.

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Share Price

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BN30 Index

Index = 100 as of 4 Jan 2016
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Total Shareholder Return as at 28/02/17

1 year TSR5 year TSR
164thMonadelphous Group117%-4%
325thProgrammed Maintenance Services43%3%
455thWesfarmers14%13%
512thAutomotive Holdings Group4%17%
656thSeven West Media-24%-22%
694 WA (and selected non WA) listed companies ranked by 1 year TSR relative to other companies with similar revenue
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Share Transactions

27/02/17
$11k Bought
21/02/17
$1.3m Sold
20/02/17
$0 Other
Total value as at the date of the transaction
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Revenue

1st-Wesfarmers$66,085.0m
2nd-Automotive Holdings Group$5,625.5m
3rd-Programmed Maintenance Services$2,213.5m
4th-Seven West Media$1,726.7m
5th↓Monadelphous Group$1,371.6m
222 listed industrial companies ranked by revenue.
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Remuneration from Wesfarmers

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5thJohn Durkan$5.288m
7thGuy Russo$4.038m
Ranked by total remuneration from all listed WA companies

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