Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Bonmarche LSE:BON London Ordinary Share GB00BF8H6F45 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 126.50p 123.00p 130.00p - - - 0 06:31:37
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 190.1 5.8 9.2 13.8 63.27

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2018-01-16 15:36:21128.701,1791,517.37O
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Bonmarche Daily Update: Bonmarche is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BON. The last closing price for Bonmarche was 126.50p.
Bonmarche has a 4 week average price of 114.50p and a 12 week average price of 88p.
The 1 year high share price is 138.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 71p.
There are currently 50,018,150 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 59,056 shares. The market capitalisation of Bonmarche is £63,272,959.75.
firtashia: High volume traded today as well as yesterday, presumably nervous holders taking profits ahead of the impending trading statement. I notice though that the share price of several clothing retailers have been given a fillip by NXT's trading statement today. Might be an opportunity to add here.
eastbourne1982: Share price drifting back already which is what has happened previously after decent updates. This should be taken out by private equity imho. An offer of £1.50ish would probably seal the deal, that gives a market cap of around 75 million with cash in the bank of circa 15 million, with yearly profits of circa 8 - 12 million that looks like quite a tempting proposition for any interested parties.
walbrock82: Bonmarche interim results look interesting. Here are a few things for investors to digest: 1). Basic EPS of 6.8 pence more than doubles last year. But the business is weighted towards the second-half. For example, last year Basic EPS was 9.2 pence and its made up of 3.1 pence (H1) and 6.1 pence (H2). H2 contributes 64% of EPS. So, if you apply the same ratio, then this year EPS could be as high as 20 pence! Although I like to take a prudent estimate of 14 pence to 17 pence. 2). The majority of Bonmarche trade receivables is made up if prepayments. When you look at their 2017’s annual report, trade receivables were £1.8m while prepayments were £13.3m (made up of prepaying business rates of £9.4m). A high level of prepayments is a sign it is not struggling to pay rates and rent. 3). Their cash balance is growing. With a market cap. of £49m and a growing EPS makes their share price on a multiple of 8 times earnings, according to brokers’ forecast before interim results. My forecast for Bonmarche EPS is 16 pence or 6.3 times PER. That is too low for a retailer with a growing EPS! Expect a re-rating. In the next 6 months, you should expect the share price to grow by 50% to £1.35 and if the recovery continues than £2 per share in 18 months isn’t out of the question. For more Bonmarche analysis, click
eastbourne1982: Net cash position is excellent, turnaround is happening, these look far too cheap, share price should be 30 - 60% higher.
duncan doughnut: I'm on CR's chatroom 2breakout. What's not to like? The share price off 60%, a huge yield too. Net cash, sales growing again, a new CEO who was buyer at George and a promise of 30% growth in the coming year. The final dividend alone in June is 4.6p or 4.5% and very well covered by earnings. You should never have left.
duncan doughnut: "Kate Calvert, analyst at Investec, said: "In the context of a difficult industry backdrop, Bonmarche has delivered a solid fourth quarter... It is still early days in the turnaround with delivery likely to offer material share price upside."
boraki: HTTPS:// "profit warning coming" dlku 21 Apr '17 - 15:31 - 285 of 286 Has it gone worse from 2 days ago :-)
imranawan: I agree with your points Eastbourne but sold out for a 10%ish loss on Friday morning for the following reasons: a) Trading normalised after they issued the profit warning in December, for a short period which they alluded to in the January update b) However, in the statement they issued on Friday they alluded to trading being challenging again, and said they were much more cautious for 2017 and their outlook. As a result I believe earnings forecasts have been downgraded by 7% for 2017. I know the sector is facing challenges as Next reiterated in their recent announcedment but there could be other underlying reasons I guess. c) Given the downgraded earnings forecasts, the share price is likely to drift down probably a little lower in the medium term, and people will now wait until the full year results, and examine the outlook statement closely. d) When the new CEO starts I suspect she may well kitchen sink stuff, to set expectations low, albeit they are already low. e) Even the current valuation is undemanding, if they do issue another profit warning the share price will tank. The market at the current time is unforgiving. Just look at GMD - in a completly different retail space, but they've issued two profit warnings and the share price has been decimated. f) SHOE for example warned on profits last April, and the share price bounced has been mixed. They paid a nice special and regular divi, but again their outlook was cautious. Again I sold out for a modest profit in SHOE. I believe they're due to issue a trading update, and may well surprise on the upside, but I wanted to protect my capital. g) I'd rather be invested in companies in the current market where they are able to grow earnings and as a consequence there is likely to be some appreciation in the share price. The current market tends to reward shares with a clear and demonstrable growth. I acknowledge some of these aren't cheap but you have to pay up for growth companies in the current market. h) Given the current challenges in the retail space there are other retail plays in the market. Next has fallen 25-30% since the start of the year, and is a higher quality business on a fairly modest rating now. DEB is also cheaper. I hope you and other holders in BON do well, but I lack confidence in the underlying company so have sold out. In my short investing experience, I tend to follow my instincts.
imranawan: I sold out this morning for a 10%ish loss, as after reflecting on the statement, and their cautious outlook on the 2017 FY, I don't think the share price will make much headway in the foreseeable future. Amy annoyed as in hindsight I should have sold out on the small bounce in the share price last week, especially the recent statement made by NXT. Given the weakness in the sector and NXT reporting that 2016 will be challenging I think BON will definitely find the next 12 months tough. GLAH.
deanroberthunt: Bargain retailer getting battered Budget retailer Bonmarche (LSE: BON) has not enjoyed as solid a performance as Vodafone in midweek trading, however. In fact the company’s share price was last seen tanking 28% following the release of disappointing trading numbers, sending the stock to record lows in the process. Bonmarche announced that “trading conditions during December, particularly since ‘Black Friday’ on 27 November, have been very challenging.” The business had stressed the need for a return to more normal conditions in last month’s half-year results as critical to it meeting its full-year expectations. But with market pressures persisting, the retailer now expects pre-tax profit to clock in at between £10.5m and £12m in the year to March 2015, down from £12.4m last year. And Bonmarche provided a double-whammy to investors by announcing that chief executive Beth Borthwick, the architect of the retailer’s improvement after it exited administration, is set to depart the company in favour of fashion giant Karen Millen. While Bonmarche’s multi-channel development and solid product investment could still provide rich rewards in the long term, I believe investors should perhaps sit on the sidelines for the moment as questions over the firm’s direction — not to mention the impact of worsening market conditions — could keep shares locked in freefall.
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