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Balfour Beatty, Carillion, Galliford Try, Interserve, Kier and Morgan Sindall share prices rise

The share prices of the biggest listed contractors in the UK have all risen, after the Conservative Party moved to the brink of forming a majority government this morning.

Balfour Beatty’s share price had risen by almost 3.5 per cent just before 10am this morning.

Balfour Beatty share price election

Carillion’s share price had risen by more than 2 per cent.

carillion share price election

This week, Construction News revealed that both senior management at the UK’s biggest contractors, and respondents to an online poll on cnplus.co.uk were backing the Conservatives by an overwhelming margin.

It reflected earlier polls by CN which showed senior management at major UK contractors believed the Conersvative Party would be the best for the industry.

Positive sentiment in early trading in the City reflected that mood.

Kier’s share price rose by around 3.3 per cent before 10am.

kier share price election

Morgan Sindall had risen by just over 1 per cent.

Morgan Sindall share price election

Interserve’s share price was up by more than 3 per cent.

interserve share price election

Galliford Try’s share price had also risen by 3.15 per cent just before 10am.

Galliford Try share price election

 

 

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