Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Begbies Traynor Group LSE:BEG London Ordinary Share GB00B0305S97 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 50.50p 50.50p 53.00p 50.50p 50.50p 50.50p 32,462.00 16:35:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 50.1 0.6 0.3 168.3 53.64

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23/2/2017
10:00
US Bank cards see a 9% rise in defaults in one month. I would imagine the hit to bank balance sheets could be significant if it is not just a blip. Of course, this was yesterday's bad news and markets just ignored it again. Http://financialregnews.com/default-rates-bank-cards-jumped-january/
aleman
20/2/2017
08:58
Today's reports of troubles at Bovis, Hayward Tyler and Interserve suggest UK bad news is spreading out of retail and consumer into (larger?) companies throughout the market.
aleman
19/2/2017
17:11
US looks to be deteriorating. Https://www.caseyresearch.com/articles/if-this-trend-continues-a-full-fledged-credit-crisis-is-inevitable
aleman
16/2/2017
13:01
US auto loan delinquencies rise sharply in Q3 and Q4 to reach highest since 2009. (Chart says it all.) The average amount borrowed is up 25% over that period. Https://www.ft.com/content/0f17d002-f3c1-11e6-8758-6876151821a6
aleman
16/2/2017
08:04
50.5p bid. There will always be a lot of sellers at a number like 50p. It looks like it could nearly be behind us now.
aleman
15/2/2017
22:56
Http://www.standard.co.uk/business/nationwide-fears-grow-over-rising-defaults-on-loans-a3463576.html Britain’s biggest building society has dramatically upped its provision for bad debts over fears that borrowers are poised to start defaulting on loans.
aleman
11/2/2017
19:58
Individuals' CCJs were up 14.9% in value and 39.5% in number in Q4. All of 2016 was up 24% in number so the granting of CCJ's would appear to have accelerated significantly in Q4 - even more so for just December when they were up 45.1%. Https://www.trustonline.org.uk/press
aleman
11/2/2017
15:09
Https://www.theguardian.com/money/2017/feb/10/are-car-loans-driving-us-towards-the-next-financial-crash Https://www.theguardian.com/money/2017/feb/06/sharp-rise-in-county-court-judgments-against-consumers
aleman
09/2/2017
12:57
A record number of East Anglian companies are getting into financial distress. Despite banks going easy on them so far, insolvency numbers are likely to increase in 2017. Http://www.edp24.co.uk/business/insolvency_may_hit_more_of_region_s_firms_in_2017_1_4882859 Business rate increases to drive up Scottish insolvencies Http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/business/business-news/business-advisor-warns-business-rate-9778501
aleman
09/2/2017
08:04
There's been an endless list of small and medium-sized companies missing forecasts or issuing weak guidance in the US in the last 24 hours - probably well over 50. It seems to be deteriorating week by week over there. Check it out: Http://seekingalpha.com/market-news
aleman
08/2/2017
18:01
US gasoline sales plummet, indicating recession? Http://seekingalpha.com/news/3241527-goldman-mulls-collapse-gasoline-demand
aleman
08/2/2017
09:14
Begbies join the Association of Short Term Lenders. Http://bridgingandcommercial.co.uk/article-desc-11517_Begbies%20Traynor%20joins%20ASTL
aleman
07/2/2017
13:24
UK coming under more budgetary pressure as economy slows? Https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-02-07/u-k-faces-more-austerity-as-brexit-weighs-on-deficit-ifs-says
aleman
07/2/2017
10:15
And the disadvantages of the weaker £? There is no such thing as a free lunch. I hope you are right but warnings from UKMail, DX., BT, Verizon and ATT suggest problems in mail and telecoms, which tend to reflect the wider economy. In the US, Amazon and Master Card have reduced guidance and there has been a growing stream of profit warnings. UK transport fuel sales recently flattened off after strong growth. Add in rising defaults, rising interest rates, new BTL restrictinos, rising import costs and rising taxes (car tax) in the next few months and things look set to weaken significantly in the next couple of quarters. Credit card debt can't keep growing at 11%, especially if rates rise to cover the increasing defaults. Political uncertainty is eating away at the recent strength in consumer confidence. The reports posted earlier on this thread suggest the corner has turned on both personal and corporate insolvencies. Zopa's default rates have already nearly reached the highs of the last recession and Secure Trust Bank have withdrawn from unsecured lending due to increasing default risk, as they did last in 2007. It's generally credit cycles that drive things and they are going the wrong way.The expansion of subprime lending seems to be over as increasing write-offs there are starting to show up in bank numbers.
aleman
07/2/2017
09:59
The J Curve indicates that the benefits of a weaker pound take 9 months to flow through. In the short term buying patterns are largely stuck and take time to adjust. So in a few months exports should really take off together with domestic substitution for exports.
bonio10000
07/2/2017
09:47
Ernst and Young's report is subtitled "The Calm Before the Storm". It notes a steady number of profit warnings despite the benefit of a weaker pound and warns of worse likely to come and cites reasons why. Http://www.ey.com/Publication/vwLUAssets/ey-uk-profit-warnings-q4-2016/$FILE/EY-UK-profit-warnings-Q4-2016.pdf
aleman
31/1/2017
16:56
Only just checked back to the Q3 number of 248916. That means that companies in distress rose a hefty 11.1% on the quarter.
aleman
30/1/2017
07:32
http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/begbies-traynor-BEG/share-news/Begbies-Traynor-Group-PLC-Latest-Red-Flag-Alert-Re/73720251 According to Begbies Traynor's Red Flag Alert research for Q4 2016, which monitors the financial health of UK companies, 276,518 businesses were experiencing 'Significant' financial distress at the end of 2016; an increase of 3% compared to the same period last year (Q4 2015: 268,898 companies). On an annualised basis, the last time that 'Significant' distress fell year on year was in Q3 2013.
aleman
28/1/2017
11:58
Can anybody see a trend here? The link below is the US but the UK has been showing similar trends, if a few months behind. (The B of E reported rising corporate and personal defaults in its last Credit Conditions Survey, while government numbers show personal insolvency rates bottomed as early as Q2 2015. The cost of credit is rising to cover the rising risk-free rate (Treasuries and Gilts) AND the increasing risk of defaults - that is where provides are not pulling out of the market altogether, like Secure Trust Bank did recently. Consumer credit is getting more expensive and scarcer and secured credit will probably do the same soon. Http://www.transunioninsights.com/IIR/?utmsource=blog-2017forecast The 2017 points in each graph are estimates. Forecasters are notorious for underestimating downturns and often not even seeeing recessions coming at all, despite the lessons of history and plenty of current evidence.
aleman
27/1/2017
13:47
Personal insolvencies up 13% in 2016 Http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/news/article-4163432/Insolvencies-13-households-battle-rising-costs.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490 Corporate insolvencies start to rise. Http://startups.co.uk/businesses-going-bust-as-insolvency-rises-in-2016/
aleman
25/1/2017
17:00
UK unemployment forecasted to rise in 2017. (Remember that the Claimant Count has already been on a rising trend since last February.) Http://www.bournemouthecho.co.uk/news/national/15040455.UK_faces_slow_growth_and_rising_unemployment_due_to_Brexit__think_tank_warns/
aleman
25/1/2017
16:34
This is the US but the UK has been exhibitting similar trends in debt defaults starting to rise again in Q3 and Q4 last year. It shouldn't be long before the first UK bank misses forecasts for its debt write-offs. Http://seekingalpha.com/news/3237356-credit-trends-concern-santander-consumer-misses Rising car repossessions should lead to lower used car prices and fewer new cars sold in 2017.
aleman
22/1/2017
13:20
And another present for Trump: Default rate on US mortgage backed securities accelerates in December. Http://info.trepp.com/trepptalk/us-cmbs-delinquency-rate-jumps-again-in-december I know this seems less relevant to BEG but the US and UK seem to be following a similar trend of accelerating deterioration in credit conditions.
aleman
22/1/2017
11:52
This seems quite a good summary of this Christmas's UK selling patterns (Note the very high returns rate on women's fashions): Https://trendwalk.net/2016/12/26/christmas-2016-or-how-we-really-screwed-up-a-profitable-shopping-season/ More downward spin on the economy? Https://www.accountancyage.com/2017/01/19/business-confidence-drops-to-second-lowest-level-since-2011/ And corporate finances seem to be deteriorating. Http://www.moorestephens.co.uk/news-views/january-2017/uk-based-oil-and-gas-sector-insolvencies Http://economia.icaew.com/en/news/january-2017/insolvency-numbers-in-the-uk-rise-after-brexit-vote Http://www.out-law.com/en/articles/2016/october/wage-burdens-pushing-up-risk-of-financial-distress-for-businesses/ So financial distress appears to be rising in oil and gas, engineering, manufacturing, recruitment, estate agencies, property, construction, retailing, food supply, and bars and restaurants. I presume we can add the car industry when higher car taxes hit and loan rates rise to cover slightly higher interest rates and significantly higher default rates. Otherwise, technical/tax changes in property, minimum wage increases and oil price rises seem to be the biggest factors - but I fancy the media mainly blame it on Brexit and Trump.
aleman
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