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|Bos Glb Hldgs Daily Update: Bos Glb Hldgs is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BOS. The last closing price for Bos Glb Hldgs was 3.75p.|
Bos Glb Hldgs has a 4 week average price of 4.03p and a 12 week average price of 5.30p.
The 1 year high share price is 23.97p while the 1 year low share price is currently 3.25p.
There are currently 0 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 218,588 shares. The market capitalisation of Bos Glb Hldgs is £0.
|le mass du pap: Steve Davies, analyst at Numis, advises taking advantage of the spike in the share price to top-slice holdings, pointing out that instances of major manufacturers buying retail businesses are rare.
"We wonder how the Boots and Superdrugs of this world would feel about stocking L'Oreal products on their shelves if the French company also owned one of their high-street rivals," Davies said.
This is not a viable comment. I cannot imagine that 'the Boots and Superdrugs of this world' will stop stocking L'Oreal products(the worlds biggest cosmetics/toiletries manufacturer)just because L'Oreal have their own shops. It's absurd. L'Oreal products account for a large proportion of their revenue so it would clearly be a case of shooting oneself in the foot. Also we do not know if L'Oreal plan to keep the stores. They may sell off the property to the likes of Starbucks,Costa Coffee or MacDonalds and just keep the core formulation and development section to produce the products which will then expand the range on the very same shelves of Boots and Superdrug. One thing is for sure, the Body Shop brand/image/ethic is exactly the kind of thing that L'Oreal would like to add to their intentionally expanding portfolio of products.|
|alexbear: I have the RNS release too:
23 February 2006
23 February 2006
RESPONSE TO RECENT PRESS SPECULATION
L'Oreal notes the recent movement in Body Shop International Plc's ("Body Shop")
share price. L'Oreal's management is continually evaluating a wide range of
strategic alternatives that may add value to its shareholders including a
possible offer for Body Shop. Any offer, if made, is likely to be solely in cash.
However, no decision has been made regarding any offer, L'Oreal's Board has not
been consulted and no approach has been made to Body Shop.|
|smarm: 2georgie - more liquidity is good for the share price and at least we know they're not doing it because the company is going belly up. Share price up.
In fact, the shares went up when they sold earlier in the year.
Year Ending EPS.. P/E. PEG EPS Growth Dividend Dividend Yield
02-03-2001 5.00p 32.05 n/a n/a 5.70p 3.56%
02-03-2002 2.80p 57.23 n/a -44.00% 5.70p 3.56%
01-03-2003 7.50p 21.37 0.13 +167.86% 5.70p 3.56%
28-02-2004 10.70p 14.98 0.35 +42.67% 5.70p 3.56%
Year Ending EPS... P/E. PEG EPS Growth Dividend Dividend Yield
28-02-2005 13.40p 11.96 0.82 +14.66% 5.80p 3.77%
28-02-2006 14.70p 10.90 1.04 +10.53% 5.90p 3.84%
28-02-2007 15.05p 10.65 1.56 +6.81% n/a 0.00%
Profit & Sales Forecasts
Year Ending Profits (£m) Sales (£m) Sales/Share Price/Sales per share
28-02-2005 27.85 394.81 £1.90 0.84
28-02-2006 30.56 418.44 £2.01 0.80
28-02-2007 31.29 445.51 £2.14 0.75|
|ramblerman: Why is the price rising? Should have thought that was pretty obvious. Those with the right contacts have probably had a sneak preview of Friday's trading statement. Hope this is the reason because they should go even higher on Friday. I have seen this so often for other companies, whenever an announcement is due there is usually a noticeable change in the share price a day or two beforehand. Often a gentle creep up or down.|
|appollo: just noticed these today with the results and the chart. FT was lukewarm on them back in January highlighting the lack of sales growth. Assume that the 100 million investment will boost growth if done right which will possibly make brokers reconsider body shop potential and get a subsequent share price re-rating|
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